The New We Only Love subheading has the updated information. The rest of the site is what led up to it. There are many profound truths about Our Father in Heaven and His Son on this website.
It is obvious that the Tetragrammaton can be interpreted in many different ways, none of them are bad and we can learn a lot from them. It is testimony that when God gave His Name in the form of the Tetragrammaton, it would be profound evidence of His mastery as the creator of language. The best interpretation though is that the pronunciation is based on God’s primary character attribute of love. Our Father in Heaven has revealed everything to us progressively over time.
Some of the Divine Names formed are related to false gods, others are simply educated attempts at understanding Our Father’s Name. Particularily problematic is the name Yahavah, it has many associations with it. When you translate Aramaic Alaha to Hebrew it means goddess. This you will learn and more as you read.
Here is a summary of the final “language keys” and phonics.
‘Ahvah is the Name of Our Father from Hebrew Yahvah, the /y/ is silent.
Zechariah 14:9 And ‘Ahvah will be King over all the earth; on that day ‘Ahvah will be the only one, and His Name the only one.~NASB
Ahvvah is the Name of Our Father from Greek.
Romans 8:15 So you have not received a spirit that makes you fearful slaves. Instead, you received Our Father’s Spirit when he adopted you as his own children. Now we call him, “Ahvvah, Father.”
Ahv Hebrew אהב Greek Α[h]β
We call Him Ahv, not God. Ahv is the ancient root word meaning Father.
אָהּיָה Aihyah (Ay’ah)
Exodus 3:14 Aihyah is pronounced iyah as in Eliyah. The /y/ is a slight palatal approximant as in the word “eye”. We use this Name out loud when we need Him to help us. “Aihyah help me, in the Name of Yeshua”.
Exodus 3:14 And God said unto Moses, Aihyah asher Aihyah and he said, Thus shalt thou say unto the children of Israel, Aihyah hath sent me unto you.
See the page Ehyeh asher Ehyeh Understood to learn more.
The Hebrew word Meshikhi use at Genesis 1:1 that means Ahv
אבקדוש in Hebrew means Sacred Father (ahv-kadus)
Αβκαδός are the phonics in Greek for Sacred Father (ahv-kados) so far
Avkadus are the phonics in English for Sacred Father (ahv-kadus)
Meshikhi Update: at this time I am considering the war waged by Satan using language, Divine Names and titles. For this reason, we will use key scriptures from the Aramaic Scriptures only if they match what we know from the Hebrew and Greek Scriptures. We are also aware with reference to the Aramaic Scriptures that Satan may try to pull more rabbits out of his hat.
I had many reasons for using Ahv instead of God. One reason is that so no one would ever forget His Name again. Another reason, was that it is the ancient root that means “Father”. Yet another reason is sex and symbolism in written language. I know and I know that some people have a problem with the letter /o/ in the word God. So here we are. Theos is referring to Our Father in Heaven, so it’s no problem to say Ahv. When you read the Bible, do not be worried about the letter /o/. We have taken back language and all of it’s sounds as originally created by Our Father in Heaven and there is no need for anyone to have a superstition about it. Yeshua brought Our Father’s Name from Heaven and gave it to the disciples. It has always been there in the Bible, hidden in plain sight. You will read about it completely and be able to recreate it yourself step by step with instructions and to understand it completely.
All glory to Our Father in Heaven ‘Ahvah for these revelations and insights into the Bible and His Name. And without Yeshua, and having faith in Yeshua, none of this would even be possible.
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