Jehovah Demystified

Jehovah Demystified

Join me on my journey as I create a Divine Name using the Bible only. There is a certain logic and flow to this page, so I am leaving it as is for posterity. This is the Karaite way of doing things based on the Torah only as the supreme authority.

First a bit about language.

The j sound in English is an example of a palatal consonant, while the y sound in English (akin to the j sound in many other languages) is an example of a palatal approximant.
In the former case (palatal consonant), the tongue is raised and flattened to touch the palate while in the latter case (palatal approximant) it does not touch the palate completely, allowing air to flow between the palate and the tongue.

While the modern Latin script has the letter j, Latin itself did not use j to start with and did not have a well-defined palatal consonant sound. Words like Iapheth, Iesus, Ieremiah, etc. were meant to be pronounced starting with a palatal approximant. In due course, due to natural phonological evolution, they began to be pronounced with a palatal consonant in certain Roman colonies. This gave rise to the need for distinction between the two sounds in writing. The letter j, which was really special cursive form of i became the symbol for this distinct new sound.

Yodh is always a “j” pronounced as a “y”. It is a palatal approximant in language.

But it confuses people to no end.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yodh subheading “Pronunciation”.

Although technically correct, the use of the letter J when translating Hebrew is to be discouraged as people will invariably pronounce it as a palatal consonant or as a “J” sound, thus changing the name of God.

Jehovah is never pronouned with a palatial consonant /j/ sound, it always pronounced with a palatal approximant /y/ sound.

The voiced palatal approximant is a type of consonant used in many spoken languages. The symbol in the International Phonetic Alphabet that represents this sound is ⟨j⟩. The equivalent X-SAMPA symbol is j, and in the Americanist phonetic notation it is ⟨y⟩.

יֱהֹוָה Yehowah

Pronunciation Yĕ-hō’-wah

Ancient Name of God

יֱהֹוָה Yehovah

Pronunciation Yĕ-hō’-vah

Modern Period Name of God

יֱהֹשֻׁעַ Yehoshua

Pronunciation Yĕ-hō’-shu-wah

Name of The Son of God in Heaven

יֱשֻׁוּעַ Yeshua (Greek Ιησούς )

Pronunciation Hebrew Yĕ’-shu-a / Galilean Aramaic Yĕ’-shu-uh

Name of The Son of God while on Earth, pray in the Name of Yeshua

The Beginning of The Journey

יֱהֹוָה Yehowah

יֱהֹשֻׁעַ Yehoshua

See how much Yeho looks the same in both names?

Yehoshua’ at transliterate.com

“Yehoshua” (Ye-ho’-shu-wah) is the Lord’s Hebrew name because not only does it confirm the vowel placement in the Divine Name, phonetically it actually contains the entire divine name Yehowah. Could there be a greater honor or a greater name? No wonder the Bible says The Son of God was given a name above any other name!

God sent his name from Heaven with his Son so we would never forget it again.

Philippians 2:9 Wherefore God also hath highly exalted him, and given him a name which is above every name: ~King James Version

Yehoshua brought God’s love and God’s Name to us.

I was stunned to realize it.

Yehoshua

It is the Name above every name because it has the full Name of God, Yehowah, in it phonetically when transliterated.

Always end prayer “in the Name of Yeshua, amen”. Remember that Yeshua was the Name of the Lord on Earth when He told His disciples, “ask anything in my Name and I will do it”. (literally from Aramaic word for word, “Agree ask Name I act I”) Yeshua is also scriptural from the Greek Scriptures. But always remember that the Lord’s Name in Heaven is Yehoshua and pronounced Yehoshuwah.

or is it?

Native Hebrew speakers actually pronounce it with three syllables Yō’-shu-a which makes it lose it’s meaning, and this is the problem.

יֱהֹ Yeho in theophoric names stands for “Yehowah”. Yehoshua means “Yehowah is Salvation”. Which is logical if you think about it. Yehoshua would agree with the correct translation as follows.

Isaiah 43:11 revision “I, even I, am Yehowah; and there is no one saving without me”.

Theophoric means “derived from God’s Name”, not “part of God’s Name”.

Other short forms are found as a component of theophoric Hebrew names in the Bible: jô- or jehô- (29 names) and -jāhû or -jāh (127 jnames). A form of jāhû/jehô appears in the name Elioenai (Elj(eh)oenai) in 1Ch 3:23–24; 4:36; 7:8; Ezr 22:22, 27; Neh 12:41.

Yah is the contracted or poetic form of Yehowah

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tetragrammaton

When translating Hebrew to English the /j/ in Jah is a voiced palatal approximant, pronounced as a /y/.

The voiced palatal approximant is a type of consonant used in many spoken languages. The symbol in the International Phonetic Alphabet that represents this sound is ⟨j⟩. The equivalent X-SAMPA symbol is j, and in the Americanist phonetic notation it is ⟨y⟩.

Yah is the poetic or contracted form of the Divine Name.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voiced_palatal_approximant

Q. About when did the Hebrew ‘waw’ begin to be taken as ‘vav’?

A. The historic pronunciation of this letter (a voiced bilabial) is /waw/, a pronunciation attested in various Semitic languages (ancient and modern). Moreover, even the Masoretes (600 C.E.–1000 C.E.) arguably pronounced this letter as /waw/ (not /vav/). The common pronunciation of this letter today as /vav/ (rather than /waw/) is a reflection of conventions in the modern period, primarily those hailing from Germanic language practices (notice, for example, that the German letter /w/ is pronounced as an English /v/, not as an English /w/; thus, the German word “Wasser” [water] is pronounced /vasser/ in German). In sum, the tradition of pronouncing this letter as /waw/ is historically more accurate (and so it is found in many grammars of biblical Hebrew, including Thomas Lambdin’s). The convention of pronouncing it as /vav/ is also acceptable, but this pronunciation does hail from the modern period.

Christopher Rollston, “Ancient Hebrew”, n.p. [cited 27 Mar 2021]. Online: https://www.bibleodyssey.org:443/en/tools/ask-a-scholar/ancient-hebrew

Hebrew יֱהֹוָה Yĕ-ho’-wäh

The Hebraic poetry as evidence of the correct utterance of the Tetragrammaton

based on an article by Navah at TORM

One of the strongest evidences of the correct pronunciation of the Tetragrammaton יֱהֹוָה Yehowah can be found in the Hebraic poetry. We need to know that unlike the western poetry which heavily relies on rhyming at the end of verses, the Hebraic poetry uses a different type of rhymes called Hebrew puns.

When Hebraic poetry is used in connection with the Name, it comes to hint us of the correct pronunciation.

Now, let us find how the Tetragrammaton is used with the Hebraic poetry in Eze 1:3. We read in Hebrew:

הָיֹ֣ה הָיָ֣ה דְבַר־֠ יֱהֹוָה

hay-oh hay-ah da-var Yehowah

There was surely the word of YHWH

This wording seems unnecessary; it could have been said and it came to pass which in Hebrew is וַיְהִ֥י and is a common expression of the same idea. But in Eze 1:3 the rhyming of two forms of the Hebrew verb hay-ah היה, hay-oh hay-ah, with Yehowah is very Hebraic and forms a beautiful pun.

This rhyming would not work with “Yahweh”.

Another evidence is found in Exo 9:3, where a similar rhyming appears:

יַד־ יֱהֹוָה הֹויָ֗ה

yad Yehowah hoy-ah

The hand of YHWH is

Again, this wording and rhyming seem unnecessary, but it is used for a purpose. It is obvious that the Creator has rhymed the verb hay-ah with His Name Yehowah. The word hoy-ah (feminine form) in Exo 9:3 rhymes with the masculine form of ha-vah, הוה.

But probably the most compelling evidence in Hebraic poetry can be found in the following verses of Isaiah and Revelation:

I am the First and I am the Last, besides Me there is no Elohim. (Isa 44:6)

Favor to you and peace from Him who is and who was and who is coming, (Rev 1:4)

I am the ‘Aleph’ and the ‘Tav’, Beginning and End,” says Yehowah who is and who was and who is to come, the Almighty. (Rev 1:8)

יֱהֹוָה אַשֶׁר הַיָה וְהוֶֹה וְיָבוֹא

Yehowah ah-sher ha-yah v’ho-veh v’ya-vo

Yehowah who exists, and existed, and shall come

It is Yehowah Elohim who speaks of Himself through the Messiah to Yochanan the Apostle (see Rev 1:1). We cannot find a better Hebrew word play than this example.

The blessing of Yehowah at Numbers 6:24-26.

יְבָרֶכְךָ יֱהֹוָה, וְיִשְׁמְרֶךָ‎

yevahREHkheKHA Yehowah vayeesh mehRHEkha

May Yehowah bless you and keep you

יָאֵר יֱהֹוָה פָּנָיו אֵלֶיךָ, וִיחֻנֶּךָּ‎

yaerr Yehowah pahNAV ehLEkha, vee-khoo-NEKA

May Yehowah make His face shine unto you, and be gracious to you

יִשָּׂא יֱהֹוָה פָּנָיו אֵלֶיךָ, וְיָשֵׂם לְךָ שָׁלוֹם‎

Yeesa Yehowah pahNAV ehLEkha, vayyaSEM layKHA shalom

May Yehowah lift up His face unto you, and give you peace

Praise Yah!

Note the spelling of ahavah in Hebrew אהבה (ahavah) Note that it is a /v/ or vav, not a /w/ or waw.

But when you translate יָהָוָה it does sound like ahavah because of the modern period translation of the /w/ or waw.

hovah – Strong’s Concordance H1943 hovah ruin or mischief

sus – swine or bearded pig (Merriam-Webster online dictionary)

So we see what happened. A carefully crafted English version of God’s Name and the Name of the Son of God by Satan.

The Name of God cannot contain a negative element.

Strong’s Concordance H1943 hovah ruin or mischief

Strong’s Concordance #183 avah to wish for:–covet, (greatly) desire, be desirous, long, lust (after)

but avah also means Strong’s Concordance #184 to sign with a seal or mark

What does it all mean?

The Name Yahavah is a beautiful thing. But it hails from the modern period or the experts are wrong and the /w/ or waw originally sounded like a /v/. Considering they are wrong about most things concerning the Divine Name, placing emphasis on the wrong syllables, I wouldn’t be surprised.

The Name Yahweh doesn’t work at all with the Hebrew rhyming of the Bible and is only a “guess” by Hebrews scholars.

The Name Yehowah has no catches associated with it. With Yehowah a /w/ is a /w/.

The Divine Name I created

What you have to ask yourself is this. God is Our Father and God is love and He always signs His masterpieces in some way.

In addition to ahavah (love), the Name Yahavah also contains Yah (the poetic or contracted form of the Divine Name), havah (to breathe, to be – in the sense of existence), av (Father) and avah (to sign, mark, describe with a mark).

Strong’s #H1933 Definition

הָוָא hâvâʼ, haw-vaw’; or הָוָה hâvâh; a primitive root (compare H184, H1961) supposed to mean properly, to breathe; to be (in the sense of existence)https://www.blueletterbible.org/lang/lexicon/lexicon.cfm?t=kjv&strongs=h1933

  • havah without vowels is hvh הוה
  • The letter yodh (י) added to the beginning identifies the subject of the verb as third person as in yhvh יהוה
  • Look again at Strong’s definition above הָוָה hâvâh
  • Now compare havah הָוָה and Yahavah יָהָוָה

YHVH is to be translated Yahavah. It is a reminder 6728 times in the Bible that God is Our Father and God is love.

See the page “Yahavah” to learn more.

Is it even remotely possible that God’s name is not Yahavah?

What are the chances of the Name Yahavah just “happening” and not being made?

Now, let us find how the Tetragrammaton is used with the Hebraic poetry in Eze 1:3. We read in Hebrew:

הָיֹ֣ה הָיָ֣ה דְבַר־֠יָהָוָה

hay-oh hay-ah da-var Yahavah

There was surely the word of YHVH

This wording seems unnecessary; it could have been said and it came to pass which in Hebrew is וַיְהִ֥י and is a common expression of the same idea. But in Eze 1:3 the rhyming of two forms of the Hebrew verb hay-ah היה, hay-oh hay-ah, with Yahavah is very Hebraic and forms a beautiful pun.

This rhyming would not work with “Yahweh”.

Another evidence is found in Exo 9:3, where a similar rhyming appears:

יַד־יָהָוָה הֹויָ֗ה

yad Yahavah hoy-ah

The hand of YHVH is

Again, this wording and rhyming seem unnecessary, but it is used for a purpose. It is obvious that the Creator has rhymed the verb hay-ah with His Name Yahavah. The word hoy-ah (feminine form) in Exo 9:3 rhymes with the masculine form of ha-vah, הוה.

But probably the most compelling evidence in Hebraic poetry can be found in the following verses of Isaiah and Revelation:

I am the First and I am the Last, besides Me there is no Elohim. (Isa 44:6)

Favor to you and peace from Him who is and who was and who is coming, (Rev 1:4)

I am the ‘Aleph’ and the ‘Tav’, Beginning and End,” says Yahavah who is and who was and who is to come, the Almighty. (Rev 1:8)

יָהָוָה אַשֶׁר הַיָה וְהוֶֹה וְיָבוֹא

Yahavah ah-sher ha-yah v’ho-veh v’ya-vo

Yahavah who exists, and existed, and shall come

It is Yahavah Elohim who speaks of Himself through the Messiah to Yochanan the Apostle (see Rev 1:1). We cannot find a better Hebrew word play than this example.

The blessing of Yahavah at Numbers 6:24-26 is especially beautiful with the Name Yahavah

יְבָרֶכְךָ יָהָוָה, וְיִשְׁמְרֶךָ‎

yevahREHkheKHA Yahavah vayeesh mehRHEkha

May Yahavah bless you and keep you

יָאֵר יָהָוָה פָּנָיו אֵלֶיךָ, וִיחֻנֶּךָּ‎

yaerr Yahavah pahNAV ehLEkha, vee-khoo-NEKA

May Yahavah make His face shine unto you, and be gracious to you

יִשָּׂא יָהָוָה פָּנָיו אֵלֶיךָ, וְיָשֵׂם לְךָ שָׁלוֹם‎

Yeesa Yahavah pahNAV ehLEkha, vayyaSEM layKHA shalom

May Yahavah lift up His face unto you, and give you peace

Praise Yah!

I wanted God’s Name not to have any negative elements in it. So I put the Hebrew word for love into a translation engine and found out it sounded like ahavah. I added the yodh. And the rest is history. Was it The Sacred Spirit? Or did I create Yahavah myself. Is it the most ancient and Holy Name of God?

I can’t help but wonder, because I also created the version of Yehoshua that looks a lot like the Name Yehowah and even contains the Name Yehowah if you spell it out phonetically and seems to confirm the vowel placement by the letter /e/ for the Divine Name. Based purely on the Bible only and the knowledge available about it including theophoric names, God’s Name would have to be Yehowah (YHWH) and the Yehoshua would have to be pronounced Yehoshuwah. It makes the Name of God unforgettable if it is pronounced that way. And it proves conclusively and without a doubt that the third letter of the Hebrew Tetragrammaton is a /w/ or waw. It is a voiced bilabial as in Yehoshua ( Yĕ-hō’-shu-wah). Say the Names Yehowah, Yehoshua and Yeshua. You will note that in each case your upper and lower lips will form the voiced bilabial or /w/ shape and sound.

I did not set out to create contention, or to do anything bad. I only wanted God’s Name with me to give me strength as I fought for my spiritual life.

Do blaspheme any Name associated with the Hebrew Tetragrammaton, no matter what you believe God’s True Name to be.

And now the fantastical truth about Yehoshua. Why is there an /o/ in His Name? Hebrew was written without vowels. Let’s see how it looks without the /o/.

Yehshua.

Now you see. Now you know how things are.

How to say it the right way, flowing, musical, lyrical as Hebrew should be.

In Hebrew YHWH is God’s Name. Say it. Yehwah (Yĕh-wah) (has to be an /a/ to create Yah)

In Hebrew יֱהשֻׁעַ Yehshua ( Yĕh’-shu-wäh) is the Son of God. It means Yehwah is Salvation. This is how the Name of The Son of God is inscribed in Heaven.

The Galilean accent for the letter Ayin is “uh” so it would have been pronounced יֱשֻׁוּעַ Ye’shu-uh locally. The night of Yeshua’s trial, Peter’s accent gave him away as a Galilean.

These are profound truths of God. The Name Yehwah and Yehshua are in harmony in Hebrew.

The Yeh in Yehshua and The contraction Yah from Yehwah are both evidence that this correct.

יֱהוָה Yehwah

יֵהשֻׁעַ Yehshua

In the Greek Scriptures Ιησούς translates to Yeshua יֱשֻׁוּעַ this is scriptural.

In Hebrew יֱהשֻׁעַ Yehshua ( Yĕh’-shu-wäh) is the Son of God. It’s not Yehoshua. There is no letter /o/.

In Galilean Aramaic Yeshua is pronounced yĕ’-shu-uh

The Galilean accent for the letter Ayin is “uh” so it would have been pronounced יֵשׁוּעַ Ye’shu-uh locally. The night of Yeshua’s trial, Peter’s accent gave him away as a Galilean Matthew 26:73 and Mark 14:70.

In the Holy Aramaic Scriptures (Eastern Dialect) ܝܫܘܥ (Yohd, Shin, Waw, Ayin) translates to Yshwa (Ye’-shu-uh)

Always end prayer “in the Name of Yeshua, amen.

Yeshua identified Himself as the Messiah because He always read the Scriptures and put it all together with His perfect brain and mind. With a soul that could not fail and His love for everything about God, He knew always that God was with Him. As a Follower of The Messiah it is what ultimately I wanted to do, follow His example and know what to do. The Scriptures were the ultimate truth for me too.

The reason I know what I know. I prayed to God, as I always do and always have. And He is unequivically real and a person, nothing abstract. A person, but perfect and infinite in power and every other quality and with parallel ability as a parallel being.

Everything I’ve said is scriptural and is a basis for believing. And everything I am about to tell you is the truth of God and how I found Him out to be God.

Remember always that the Bible is God’s Word, alive, and exerts power, dividing between soul and spirit and His Word will not return to Him without reults.

For me this absolution. For me this is freedom of responsibility to any person alive. I have done my due diligence and used my God given reasoning power and thinking ability on this website, to the ultimate degree.

But it is my personal experience, more than anyone currently living, that makes me the foremost authority on the subject of God’s true identity.

I know you’ve guessed it already, but here it is. When you pray and you do not receive any kind of answer at all, you are not communicating with God, there is something wrong, so the answer is no. Whatever it is, is not to do, or at least not to do at that time. This I know from intense and personal experience for 57 years.

This is how I found God out and saw His wisdom and power and glory with me and then I called upon His Name and was glorified by Him.

The entire website takes an hour or less to read. Choose your God O Israel.

Sex and Symbolism in language is dangerous when associated with God and His Name as represented by the Tetragrammaton.

Origin of the letter “O” in Jehovah. Yima’s “ ring ” for creating life, or the womb or woman (the man who has the womb), creating the name IHOH, a false God of the Roman religion that incorporated Christianity. In some Roman Colonies the /i/ in IHOH was replace with a /j/ creating JHOH.

There is no other reason to use an /o/ in the Name of The Most Holy God. It is not in the Torah and I am True Karaite and will not bow down to JHOH.

Although imperfect, The Rise, Decline and Fall of the Roman Religion by By James B. Hannay 257 Pages, Published 1996 ISBN ISBN 0-7873-0369-0, does have merit and I credit him for looking at everything in existence to find out the problem with religion.

The Rise, Decline and Fall of the Roman Religion

https://archive.org/details/in.ernet.dli.2015.228878

Yima

https://iranicaonline.org/articles/jamsid-i

In semitic language Abwun means “Merciful Father” not “Womb Father”.

http://augustinecollective.org/mercy-of-the-womb/

All glory to God for this understanding and His great mercy to deliver His people from Satan.

Furthermore, we will not associate Yeshua with the name Yehoshua. No “O” associated with Him either.

Now you will understand holiness.

Furthermore, we will not celebrate Easter. It is gross disrespect for the cross to associate the fertility goddess with The Lord’s Day, the resurrection of Yeshua, thus we do not desecrate The Lord’s Day with rabbit symbols or eggs. The Lord’s Day is Sacred to us, the Meshikhi. The anniversary of the Resurrection of Yeshua this year 2021 was March 31 at about 3pm Jerusalem local time or 8am Eastern Standard Time. I thank God that it did not coincide with Easter.

Be more reverent for the cross than for anything. This is from God.

We worship God in spirit and truth according to the Bible, nothing else. It is unlikely that the Son of God would not have God’s Name in His Name. I tried everything and still no spiritual relief. Until finally, I decided to break it down using the Karaite method of thinking and tested it to the maximum degree.

There were only two choices left, Yahwah and Yehwah. And there are no vowels in the Torah. Yehshua (Yeshua) being the deciding factor). The vowel placement of the /e/ in the greek transliteration of Yeshua is the only way we can prove the first vowel of God’s Name and also the voiced Bilabial /w/ sound in Yeshua. This is logical and the only way we can arrive at God’s Name with a certainty.

Therefore, as beautiful as the Name is that I created we can not be sentimental about it and it can no longer be used. God will always be “av” (father) to the Meshikhi and we always know that God is love (ahavah).

But from now on and into eternity Yehwah is the God of The Meshikhi and if Yeshua would not have come to Earth not only would we not be able to live forever, but we would never be certain about the lost Name of God that people forgot. The scripture says of Yeshua at Colossians 2:3 in whom are hidden all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge. This is a profound truth.

Philippians 2:9 Wherefore God also hath highly exalted him, and given him a name which is above every name: ~King James Version

Holy Holy Holy is יֱהוָה Yehwah God the Almighty and

יֱשָׁוַע Yeshawa (while on Earth) יֵהשָׁוַע Yehshawa (in Heaven) is the Name of The Holy One of God

shua (shoo’ah) is a semetic curse word

So we must return once more to the Torah.

Yeshawa (Yeh’shaw-wah) is the Son of God

Job 30:24 from Torah שוע shwa (shawa)

https://biblehub.com/hebrew/7768.htm shawa

https://biblehub.com/hebrew/7769.htm shua

Yehwah YHVH (Yeh’wah) is the Name of God

Yeshawa (Yeh’-shaw-wah) is the Son of God

Yeshawa (Yeh’-shaw-wuh) Galilean Aramaic accent

So far, so good. We’ve cleaned up the Name of God of the blasphemes done to it.

Now finish it and finish off Satan and His designs.

The Divine Names

יֵהָוָה Yehawah (Yeh’-ha-wah) is God Almighty

יֱשָׁוַע Yeshawa (while on Earth) יֵהשָׁוַע Yehshawa (in Heaven) is the Name of The Holy One of God, The Son of God, Our Messiah.

And now you may be assured that you are worshiping God with spirit and truth.

Date Revelation completed for Meshikhi March 5, 2021, 7:05 Jerusalem local time.

Re: The Karaites

Karaites do indeed believe in the coming of the Messiah. In 15th-century Turkey, their Sage Eliahu ben Moshe Bashyazi laid down ten “principles of faith” which look remarkably like the Rambam’s 13 principles, the ikkarim. The tenth is:

God does not despise those living in exile. On the contrary, He desires to purify them through their sufferings, and they may hope for His help every day and for redemption by Him through the Messiah of the seed of David.

The Messiah is foretold in the Torah, when Balaam said:

A star will go forth from Jacob, a staff will arise from Israel… [Num. 24:17-18]

We are not a part of Karaite Judaism. The Messiah is the end of the Law (Romans 10:4).

For more about this read the page about The Mosaic Law.

Using Karaite methodology led to one thing only. We lost Yahavah and we lost Yeshua.

YHVH is to be translated Yahavah. It is a reminder 6728 times in the Bible that God is Our Father and God is love. Let them curse using the Name Yeshua, we don’t care, we don’t do it. What does the Name of God mean without love in it? What does the Name of God mean without av (father) in it? Not as much. Hebrew is beautiful with a vav or /v/ and so is the Name of God. And we know how to pronounce things more than any experts. And the words flow like music and are not difficult to pronounce.

We are Meshikhi. That is what we are. Praise Yahavah and honour Yeshua and be no part of the world as Yeshua said. That includes the world’s religion. We are a faith and we have faith, and we only love people and we love God and His Son and put faith in His Sacrifice. That is who we are.

Our Faith is founded on The Hebrew Scriptures and The Khaburis Manuscript in Aramaic. The Khaburis Manuscript is 65 years older than the oldest Greek text and revealed to us the truth about the physical resurrection of the Messiah and about worship. These are sacred to us. The Holy Aramaic Scriptures take precedence over the Greek Scriptures for us. What about Yshw? Yeshua certainly has a voiced bilabial in it and is the natural way of saying the Name, which is key. We are not Hebrews Scholars, neither were the apostles.

Acts 4:13 Now as they observed the confidence of Peter and John and understood that they were uneducated and untrained men, they were amazed, and began to recognize them as having been with Yeshua.

Only have faith and ignore the false gods and names for God that have emerged and will emerge with some of the things I have mentioned.

This entire website is a product of God’s help. Overwhelming evidence about everything about God and His Son.

Choose your God, O Israel.

Yahavah is God. Yeshua is Lord.

You need more.

The Khaburis codex was obtained by Norman Malek-Yonan and attorney Dan MacDougald in 1966 for $25,000. It “was purchased from the library of an ancient Assyrian monastery atop one of the mountains of Assyria, near the River Habbor, or in Aramaic, Khabur, hence the name ‘Khaburis’.” It’s not Khaboris or Khabouris. We won’t an “O” in that one either, for the reasons already stated.

Holy is not the word we use for God, once again, we will use the Torah and transliterate it properly at transliterate.com

קידוש (kidush) m Sanctified

https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/%D7%A7%D7%99%D7%93%D7%95%D7%A9#Hebrew

qdwsh transliterate.com

Isaiah 6:3 And one would call to the other, “Sanctified, Sanctified, Sanctified Yahavah Tzeva’ot! The whole earth is filled with His glory!”

These are sacred truths.

Just say, “Our Father in Heaven” as Yeshua instructed. Do not say God at all. Alaha is the correct way to say what Our Father is in Aramaic and is what the Messiah called Him.

In Hebrew it is אלהים transliterated ‘lhym

The first letter is silent.

lehayim (le-hay-im) is a Jewish toast

https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/lehayim

https://www.collinsdictionary.com/dictionary/english/lehaim

It’s something unknown in the world. lehayim is a toast in the Jewish language that means “to life!”. But they really don’t know what it truly represents or what they are saying.

Genesis 1:1 In the beginning Lehaim created the Heavens and the Earth.

You see the problem with using Lehaim. Just say Alaha for now.

In conversation just say, Yahavah is the Name of Our Father in Heaven, the one you call “God”. In Aramaic it is Alaha, in Hebrew it is Lehaim.

Do not say Elohim. We do not worship “El”. And we are not associated with the “O” with reference to Our Father in Heaven. And Our Father is one person only, not plural.

Deuteronomy 6:4,5

4 Hear Israel, Yahavah our Lehaim. Yahavah is one.
5 And you shall love Yahavah your Lehaim with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength.

Now. Choose your Lehaim , O Israel.

Lord

In Hebrew Yeshua is Adon (Lord) or Adoni (my Lord) , In Aramaic Yeshua is Maran (Lord).

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adon

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adoni_(disambiguation)

Only Yeshua is Adon, in Hebrew the word referring to Lehaim is “Master”, not Lord.

We only have one Lord, Yeshua. (See the Page “Yeshua” for a more detailed explanation)

Psalms 110:1 a Psalm of David “Yahavah said to Adoni” (referring to Yeshua) sit at my right

Acts 2:34 clarifies “Yahavah said to Yeshua”

Now you can read this website and have faith that we know what we are talking about. It is from God. Yes, this page was complicated and there are a lot of terms to understand. Most importantly, Yahavah is Our Father in Heaven and Yeshua is His Son, Yeshua is Lord. You don’t have to know everything, if someone asks that’s all you have to say. You can let this website do the work if you want to. But we must tell people, it is scriptural, even if it is only telling them to visit weonlylove.org if they want to know something or if you are impelled by love to do so. (Romans 10:9,10). It’s that easy.

Now be confident that God’s short Name is Yah and that Yeshua is The Messiah and NOT G-d.

Yeshua is Lord, Proof

This is literally what what said by the disciples in the account on the sea.

ܘܩܪܒܘ ܬܠܡܝܕܘܗܝ ܐܥܝܪܘܗܝ ܘܐܡܪܝܢ ܠܗ ܡܪܢ ܦܨܢ ܐܒܕܝܢ ܚܢܢ
Matthew 8:25 and His Disciples approached Him, woke Him, and said unto Him, “ Ya to bring near , deliver us, we are perishing!” (the Holy Aramaic Scriptures)

bring near ܘܩܪܒܘ

https://sedra.bethmardutho.org/lexeme/search

and see for yourself.

The disciples were actually saying in Aramaic “Approach Ya” or “bring Ya near”, deliver us, we are perishing!” They wanted Yeshua to pray to Alaha for them.

Ya is the short form of Yahavah, the lost Name of Alaha.

Ya is found in theophoric names in The Holy Aramaic Scriptures.

Matthew 27:49 ܐܠܝܐ Alya (a-ly’-a) meaning (Aliya) referring to Eliyah

Note that it is only “ya” NOT “yah” in Aramaic. It is not a contraction. What this means is that Eliyah in Hebrew has the Hebrew short Name Yah in it, while in Aramaic it has the short name Ya in it.

That means that Yah is not a contraction in theophoric names but actually part of God’s Name, the first syllable. Yah.

Ultimate proof of this.

There is only one verse by Jeremiah in Aramaic in the book of Jeremiah. It is a message intended for me from God Himself. Aramaic is the language where we find the true pronunciation of the name of God.

https://hermeneutics.stackexchange.com/questions/4940/why-is-jer-1011-written-in-aramaic

Jeremiah 10:11 (NASB)
11 Thus you shall say to them, “The gods that did not make the heavens and the earth will perish from the earth and from under the heavens.”

Matthew 2:17 in Aramaic literally word for word

ܗܝܕܝܢ ܐܬܡܠܝ ܡܕܡ ܕܐܬܐܡܪ ܒܝܕ ܐܪܡܝܐ ܢܒܝܐ ܕܐܡܪ

Then complete affair affirm by means of Aramya (Jermiah) prophet say.

ܐܪܡܝܐ armya

root word ܪܡܝ to be exulted

Therefore the name Aramya means Ya to be exulted.

ܐ݇ܣܘܼܪܵܝܵܐ : 1) an inhabitant of Ancient Mesopotamia (Assyrian, Babylonian and Persian Empires) ; 2) a Middle-Eastern Sureth / Syriac / Aramaic-speaking christian ; 3) an Assyrian (also spelled
ܐܸܣܛܘܼܟ݂ܣܵܐ : 1) a component , an article / an item (?) ; 2) essence , origin , principle ; 3) JAAS : a trend , a characteristic / a feature

ܐܵܪܵܡܵܝܵܐ : masculine : aramaean , pertaining to (the high lands of) Ancient Aram (ancient name for Syria) , living on high lands / highland , highlander ; 2) Lishani ; = ܐܲܪܡܵܝܵܐ : pagan , internationalist , cosmopolitan (?) see ܬܹܒܹܝܠܵܝܵܐ ; feminine :

Therefore we are abandoning the Greek Scriptures in favour of The Holy Aramaic Scriptures.

And since we have proven that God’s Name is Yahavah and nothing else.

יָהָוָה Yahavah (Yah’-ha-vah’) and יֱשֻעַ Yeshua (Ye’-shu-wah)

יָהָוָה Yahavah is Lehaim

יֱשֻעַ Yeshua

is the Son of Lehaim

I hope you have enjoyed this lesson in creating a Divine Name. We enjoyed bringing it to you. Now please go to the home page. It has been updated with the actual information.

With love.

Here is the only correct way to render Yahweh. This information is unprecedented.

Yahueh יָהוֶּה

Just kidding! It doesn’t work with the Hebrew rhyming, poetry or puns in the Bible. Just proving it can be manufactured in Hebrew if you’re a smart cookie.