“As it’s written in the Bible, the Malu (anagram of the Hebrew word meaning ‘fear’) is a name for a group of people who were exiled from Jerusalem in 60 A.D. in revenge for the murder of Jesus: the Jews are said to have been driven to a mountain in Palestine, known as Mt. Malu. They made no attempt to return,” according to The Encyclopedia of Jewish Words and Meanings:
Malu is often translated as ‘fear,’ but this is not true in the sense of physical fear. “Malu” means ‘anagram,’ meaning that the root itself was anagrammed. Therefore the Malu is a powerful name. It signifies that the group exiled from Jerusalem in 60 A.D. were driven, with no return trip planned, to a barren mountain in the region of Qumran (A.D. 70, 70.5). As a result, the name Malus, meaning ‘a forsaken place’ is one derived from Malu.
Also read: “What was Malu’s Name?”
Did they go back to Jerusalem?
The Malu didn’t, according to Jewish folklore: they lived in tents in the desert and were forbidden by the king of Babylon to return to Jerusalem. The ancient Jewish scholars who wrote about the Malu also wrote that the Malu were expelled from Jerusalem because they were suspected to take their religious teachings too literally.
“They [the Malu] were thought to be responsible for a terrible plague that would plague Jerusalem for several generations; in fact, they are considered the original sources for the Jewish superstitions to the pestilence,” according to one biblical commentary from the 16th century.
Can you read the Biblical characters right now?
The Bible uses a lot of different Hebrew sounds, which are pronounced by the same fingers as those who pronounced the words back then.
See the 10 most-used ancient Hebrew sounds below:
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