"On the Origins of the Alphabet" is the very first paper that I published. In it, I link the 22 Phoenician letters to the constellations of the zodiac. I am grateful to Professor Victor Mair at the Univ. of Pennsylvania for the opportunity to have it published in Sino-Platonic Papers (SPP). Since then, I've accumulated much more evidence and refined my theory. The follow-up papers to this were "On the Origins of the Alphabet: New Evidence," and then "On the Origins of the Alphabet: The Rapallo Alphazodiac" (go to www.sino-platonic.org to download my papers for free -- SPP 196, SPP 219, SPP 246, SPP 263, SPP 296, and SPP 328). My new paper, "On the Origins of the Alphabet: The Cycle of Emmer Wheat and Seed/Word Selection within the Proto-Sinaitic/Phoenician/Hebrew Alphazodiac and the Chinese Lunar Zodiac", provides new evidence and will unify all of my previous work (including my two papers on the Foundation of Myth). My new paper, Issue 328, links the alphabet to not only ancient Egyptian celestial diagrams, but links it back to the older Mesopotamian celestial diagrams and their link to the vital cycle of Emmer Wheat.