The ancient source was not an American and his words were written in ancient Hebrew instead of modern American English. In order to view his beliefscape we must discover the ancient belief models connected to the ancient Hebrew words. Once we create the source’s beliefscape we will be able to compare it to our beliefscapes and see if they are the same or different. Beliefscapes make invisible beliefs visible. They create transparency.
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The English words above, however, reveal my beliefscape. They are not the words of ancient source’s beliefscape. To see it we must view his words andconnect his belief models to them.
Most beliefscapes are created from written documents instead of paintings or pictures.