The Original Maya Language of the Historical Jesus

According to the book “An Overview Of The Mayan World” by Professor Gualberto Zapata Alonzo, the following paragraph is a passage from the original print in Spanish:

“When Christ was crucified his last words were HELI LAMAH ZABAC TANI. These words do not exist in any language of the old or new world other than Maya. In Maya, the ritual idiom of Christ (a historically proven fact), each of the words has a significance, claims Magaloni”.
The phrase formed with all words joined is magnificently coherent in Maya, and worthy of the crucified Master. In the Spanish-Maya dictionary of Ticul, a city in the Yucatan Peninsula, the significance of these words can be found:

HELI, now already
LAMAH, to sub-merge or immerse oneself
SABAC, smoke vapor steam, or pre-dawn
TANI, in front or in the presence of

The phrase, thus organized and translated corresponds to the following: ‘Now I immerse myself in the pre-dawn of your presence’.

We asked Lord Pakal Ahau for clarification and confirmation of this reference from his Maya studies. He also referred us to the works of Gnostic Samael Aun Weor and his writings in The Secret Doctrine of Anahuac, where he quotes the same meaning with the phrase: ‘Hili Lama Zabac Tani’ and the translated meaning: ‘I now merge in the pre- dawn of your presence’.

For further verification, Lord Pakal Ahau revised thoroughly the FAMSI Combined Dictionary– Concordance of the Yucatecan Mayan Language by David Bolles (2001) and extracted the Maya words as follows:

Hele; heley: now, today, at this moment (in Spanish, ahora, hoy, en este momento)
Lamah: submerge, immerse (in Spanish, sumir, hundir)
Sa(?)-Bac: verb root: to pour, to spill from a vessel (in Spanish, vertir, derramar)
Tanhen: in front (in Spanish, lo que está delante)

Lord Pakal Ahau organized the words with the following revised translation: ‘And now, I immerse myself and spill (my blood or my fear?) from the vessel that is in front ( of my Father?).’

NOTES FROM THE EDITOR:  The above explanation was made to clarify our Maya research. Neither the Pakalian Group of Mexico nor Lord Pakal Ahau endorse any personal religion or current religious congregations that achieve profitable ends in the name of any personal God, however, we encourage an open dialogue about spiritual leadership if the communication is aimed to improve society and lives of individuals of any origin.

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