Ihyah asher Ihyah

אִהיָה Ihyah

Ihyah asher Ihyah

Exodus 3:14 And God said unto Moses, Ihyah asher Ihyah and he said, Thus shalt thou say unto the children of Israel, Aihyah hath sent me unto you.

Meaning of Ihyah asher Ihyah. “I am Ihyah (eeyah) who is called Ea (ee-ah)”. In other words, “I am Ihyah and they are calling me Ea”.

In the Beth Mardutha The Syriac Institute word search for Aramaic words, ya is translated “ia” (ee-ah).

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Yah pronounced Ihyah (eeyah)?

Main articles: Jah and Theophory in the Bible

The abbreviated form Jah (/dʒɑː/)[40] or Yah (/jɑː/ (listen); יהּ, Yah) appears in the Psalms[41] and Isaiah.[42] It is a common element in Hebrew theophoric names such as Elijah and also appears in the forms yahu (“Jeremiah“), yeho (“Joshua“), and yo (“John“, ultimately from the biblical “Yohanan” and Jonathan, “God gives”. It also appears 24 times in the Psalms as a part of Hallelujah (“Praise Jah”).[43]

The one who would supplant Ihyah

And here is the associated one who would supplant Y’shu.

The big question. Is this the actual scenario? Ihyah and Y’shu vs Ea and Eshu?