In the Bible it says that at one time all men spoke the same tongue and then God confused the languages. This is an example of what the original dialect was like. Multiple meanings were transmitted simultaneously. This is the first documented coherent transaction of its kind. If it sounds foreign that's because it is. It does not come from the minds of men. It goes on around us all every day.... We must learn to listen.
It is important to read the following quickly without breaks between the words. this is an account of a conversation between a German immigrant with a heavy accent and a man from Brooklyn. as told by the immigrant. It will be required that you understand some unconventional words to get this. ( the word "sed" is pronounced said and is Spanish for "thirst" ) and "toof" is tooth like a three year old might say it, meaning to chew or to eat (this is food four thought). DAT is an acronym for "Digital Audio Tape". "Naut" is the Greek word for sailor. "psy" is used to mean "something to do with psychology or psychic powers." The italicized letter "x" is the Greek letter "Chi" pronounced like kite without the "te" and is meant as an unknown value (it is also a statistical function). "Irie" (as it is used here) is Rastafarian slang and is used to give good or positive connotation. Sow (like sew or so) is as in to sow your wild oats... not a female pig. "Beak" is to mouth or to speak. The abbreviation "ed" means an educational phrase, comment, word, or sentence.
To make this easier to decipher I will write what each sentence should sound like in green under the "subtext" . Phrases in red are to help emphasize something that may be questionable.
May God Be with yew
I ones meta man
(I once met a man)(German accent)
Eye scene hymn from a cross thus treat
(I seen him from across the street)(German accent)
He whir chilling neck stew egg roux puff guise
(He were chilling next to a group of guys)(German accent)
Eye wok'd overt two hymn and ice "sed" "Nice tome eat yew" "may eyes peek two yew forum ohm Ent"?
(I walked over to him and I said, nice to meet you. May I speak to you for a moment)(German accent)
He's "ed" "nigh stew meat chew too"
(He said nice to meat you too)(Brooklyn Accent)
An die new wee whir on thus aim level (die being singular form for dice)
(And I knew we were on the same level)(German accent)
Eyes "ed" two hymn "half view scene aim eye an peer amid"?
(I said to him, have you seen a Mayan Pyramid)(German accent)
"Of core "psy" halve"
(Of course I have)(Brooklyn accent)
"Half ewe herd a metro gnome clique"
(Have you heard a metronome click)(German accent)
"Eye halve herd, that two"
(I have heard that too)(Brooklyn accent)
"Eye half two as cue why ewe arse a yin this"
(I have to ask you why you are sayin' this) (Brooklyn accent)
"arghh yew of raid"?
(Are you afraid)(German accent)
He re-spawn did bi say yin "Aye will knot be affrayed"
(He responded by sayin I will not be afraid)(Brooklyn accent)
Sow eye "sed" back two hymn "well eye wood Ent want toof writin yew"
(So I said to him, well I wouldn't want to frighten you)(German accent)
"Dew yew halve ape rob limb?"
(Do you have a problem)(Brooklyn accent)
"Sow youth ink yore Incan Troll?"
(So you think you're in control)(Brooklyn accent)
"Beak us yore naut"
(Because you're not)(Brooklyn accent)
"Irie" spawn did bi say yin "Sow yew thing "X" (Chi) half Ents pent a law tough energy yon this sow farm an?"
(I responded by sayin, "So you think I haven't spent a lot of energy on this so far man)(German accent)
Eye "sed" look Eye L'view
(I said, look, I love you)(German accent)
Isle of yew and ewe and you
(I love you and you and you)(German accent)
Eye sim plea L'view moor then isle of lie fits Elf
(I simply love you more than I love life its self) (German accent)
Aye did Ent want toof writin hymn
(I didn't want to frighten him) (German accent)
PEACE BE WITH YOU, EVERY ONE