I like to look at the primordial language this way: Several approaches that make sense can be true, why?
First I like to add that I learned that the yod is the premordial 'letter' in the hebrew alphabet, while
- The yod is the smallest of all and present in all letters. We can draw a line above in the hebrew alfabet (above = divine) and here the yod or the upper part of the yod is present. In most other alphabets we draw the line at the bottom. It is interesting to see the Chinese alphabet reads from top to bottom, connects up with below, in that way.
- Our brain is made like a yod, but without the part raising up, that part we can add here on earth (as we are doing here )
- The yod, the hand, the yad, is with which Jewish people in religion point at the Torah. So there must be knowledge about, why else the yad?
- Maybe this knowledge: The Torah can be seen as 1:4 like our hands have 1 tumb opposite of 4 fingers, designed to work with easily this way. And Genesis and the next four parts are designed this way too. How? Ex. 1:8 mentions a new king raised up in Egypt, which Joseph did not know. Plus maybe because Moses is not mentioned in Genesis but only in the next four books, but this I add myself
Why do I think several approaches are true: because it concerns the Torah which is covered by the Tetragrammon*. And we know what the Tetagrammon means: all the vowels are connected to every letter of the four letters of it. We can't speak it out, so much is present. And because of the feminine aspect of the Tetragrammon (it ends with a heh) I think the Hebrew can be linked to nature very well as Anita also explains (nature as matter, mater, matter, mother and adamah ends with a heh).
* How do we see the Torah covered by the Tetragrammon? You can find it explained in detail here