Sacred Words of Yeshua

Understanding Yeshua’s Words on the Cross.

HEBREW WORDS INVOLVED.

Go to Bing Translator

Put in the word Eliyah in English

Translate to Hebrew

Result אליהו

Psalms 22:1

אֵ֭לִי

Note these three letters are the same as in Eliyah.

But we don’t know the vowels or phonics.

First remove the vowels.

אלי

אֶליִ Produces Eli phonetically as in Eliyah, but with a short /e/. But it can’t be el as in El, Supreme god of the Caananites.

אִליִ produces Eli with a long /e/ which is correct as in the Name Eliyah with a long /e/.

Ahvvah, Father is Eli, but I’m positive people would forget Ahv if they dont’t use vowels and phonics and these words in English are not preserved somewhere forever.

GREEK WORDS INVOLVED

Go to https://stevemorse.org/greek/grk2eng.html

Enter Θεέ into the text entry field and press the spacebar on your keyboard.

Result THe pronounced thay

Go to Bing Translator and translate Θεέ to Hebrew

Result אלוהים

So we know how to make the long /e/ sound so far.

אִלוהים to produce eeloheem phonetically but it must be singular masculine.

אִלוהֱים produces eelohyme (y is a long /i/ sound) but I wonder I wonder about the /o/ with reference to sex and symbolism in language.

then again the word used for Abraham’s son in Hebrew sounds like Benno.

Now that these things are understood we may find the actual meaning of the word at Genesis 1:1 used for Our Sacred Father in Heaven.

אִלָוהֱים Produces eelah-o-hyme (y is a long /i/ sound)

Elah

אִלָוהֱ produces Aloe (Israel) in Bing Translator

ים in English means Sea, so we are back to the Sea Monster mentioned in the Bible possibly an insertion.

אִלוהי Produces Divine.

Possibly the last letter in the word is an insertion. Our Sacred Father’s Name cannot contain El or Sea. That is absolute.

So we go back to אִלוהֱים which translates to “My god” and is pronounced ee-lo-hyme’.

Therefore Eli, Eli “means” My Ahv, my Ahv

Eli, Eli, why have you forsaken me?

This is what is what Yeshua was saying.

From now on Eli in Hebrew means My Ahv.

We will not accept a word in Hebrew with El or Sea in it in the pronunciation or part of the word in Hebrew at Genesis 1:1. We have Eli Eli for now for Yeshua’s words.

The word to use in English at Genesis 1:1 is Ahv.

We may accept Eli pronounced ee-li (long /i/) but
but there is much translation work to do and we know that Yeshua was referring to Ahv, Our Sacred Father.

The above is more evidence that whatever happened historically was directed at Divines Names using translation and phonics to undermine the Bible, Our Sacred Father and His Son, Yeshua The Messiah.

Here’s the situation. We are taking back language and every sound and every syllable that has been commandeered by Satan, including the letter /o/. We will not be superstitious or stupid or fall for anything that he has done to language at all. Please return for more information as we complete some phonics that need to be done.

When we are done, we will have the correct vowels and phonics for ancient Hebrew and a perfect Bible in English. The Greek language has been incorrectly translated at key points and for key words and phrases, which we will correct as I corrected the Messiah’s prayer, so that everything makes perfect sense and is logical to people’s reasoning power and thinking ability.

The phonics for ancient Hebrew are accomplished by putting English phonics into bing Translator and selecting French to Hebrew. This can be done, but will require the will of people to recognize what I have said so far is true.

“Eli, Eli, why have you forsaken me?” means “My Ahv, my Ahv, why have you forsaken me”? in Hebrew in fulfillment of Psalms 22:1. Yeshua did not lose faith for one moment, but was fulfilling each prophecy about Him perfectly. We will work out the Greek, it’s no problem, but for now it’s Hebrew and English for the authoritative meaning. For now Yeshua is the Messiah and the Son of Ahv.

Yeshua brought many precious and sacred things to us. And we have them in English. They are about Our Sacred Father in Heaven.

Eli, Eli – My Ahv, my Ahv
Ahvva, The Name of Our Sacred Father
and the key to Our Life in The Messiah’s Prayer.

Our Father in Heaven.

Ahv is Father, His absolute title.

אִליִ produces Eli with a long /e/ which is correct as in the Name Eliyah with a long /e/.

Matthew 27:46 About three in the afternoon Yeshua cried out in a loud voice, “Eli, Eli, lema sabachthani?” (which means “My Ahv, my Ahv, why have you forsaken me?”).

Matthew 27:47 When some of those standing there heard this, they said, “He’s calling Eliyah.”

Go to https://stevemorse.org/greek/eng2grk.html

Enter Eli into the text entry field and press the spacebar on your keyboard.

Result Ελι

EPSILON lambda iota

April 25, 2021 8:57am Yeshua’s words on The Cross are the final say on this matter.

Therefore Eliyah means My Ahv is Yah.

Found some more hidden Sea Monster traps of language while I was researching.

Genesis 1:1 Torah אלהים is singular masculine, The first letter is silent. אלהים means Ahv.

הָ Ya Behold Ea Ya (The Sea Monster)
יַה Ya
יֱה Ya
יְה Ya
יֽה Ea
י׀ה Ya
י־ה Y-Ha pronounced Yah?