Resources are listed by Language, and then broken down into four categories:
Reading resources are those that have the writing in the classic Hebrew or Greek in raw form without any translation or transliteration.
Where possible, I provide a link to resources that provide high resolution photographs of ancient documents that contain the classic Hebrew or Greek (currently only Greek as I haven't found an ancient Torah high resolution resource yet), as I personally prefer working from these documents purely as much as possible to reduce errors in the relay of the information.Dictionary Resources
Anything that has to do with the meanings of the words.Grammar
Grammar resources are those that deal with how the writings you read work, and how to read them, and determine which of many possible definitions a word has is the right pick (often you end up with just getting to narrow things down to a set of words that refer to the same concept).Fonts
>Hebrew, Greek, and more similar resources on ILPSpiritual:
a set of neurological processes dealing with value placement, empathy, and sympathy through the associative truncation of relative identity, and which has reached a value set capable of being described as reverent to the individual, and from which existential experience and reflection is capable explicitly.