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    Under the word "moon" we find this entry: --"Three names of the moon were used by the Hebrews: Y-A-R-EAH, paleness; LEBONAH, white; and HODESH (renewing) new moon" (p 206). We focus our attention of the name "Y-A-R-EAH" which is the same as YA-HR-EAH and Y-A-HW-EH, the first "H" after the letter "a" being dropped in the English transliteration and also dropped from more modern Hebrew translations. Strongs renders the word "moon" in Genesis 37:9 from the Hebrew as "YAREACH #3394". This shows a clear attempt at corrupting a word to make it appear to be a different word and not lead a person to see a connection between Y-A-HR-E-AH the moon god and the guess name Y-A-HW-EH! Anyone with a keen eye can see that Y-A-R-EAH and Y-A-HW-EH are identical except for the slight "r" sound twisted into a "W"! What do we have here? We have a solid proof that the name of the ancient name of the moon god is the same name now said to be the true name of God. Y-A-HW-EH and its tetragrammaton Y-H-W-H or Y-H-V-H is not the name of the true God but the name of the moon god! The Jews have perverted the name of God and replaced it with the name of the moon god!

    What is a Y-a-hw-ist? They are all moon god worshipers! A Y-a-hw-eh believer is any person who believes Y-H-W-H (the tetragrammaton name of B-a-al) pronounced Y-a-hw-eh, is the name of God. Y-a-hw-eh is a guess name and is NOT THE NAME OF THE TRUE GOD. Y-a-hw-eh as it is spelled IS NOT A HEBREW NAME for God!

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    The above can be just said in ignorance to try and pu down the name in a futile attempt, However, let us look further, shall we do.
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    now since around 1567 when Genebrardus invented the guess name "I-a-h-v-e, J-a-h-v-e" (Chronographia, Paris, 1567 (ed. Paris, 1600, p. 79 seq). How did Genebrardus invent this new guess name? Actually he borrowed from Clement of Alexandria (a Platoist Gnostic early Catholic) the Greek spelling I-A-O-V-E (Z-e-u-s), which is universally known as J-O-V-E (Roman J-u-p-i-t-e-r), and converted J-A-O-V-E to Y-A-O-V-E adding the H and dropping the O, hence Y-A-H-V-E! Y-a-h-v-e then is none other than Z-e-u-s or J-u-p-i-t-e-r!
    For acceptance of his new invention and to support his new guess name, he went to the Samaritians (enemies of God and Israel) and borrowed IABE from their Bible. This he converted to Y-A-B-E and finally converting the B to a V he arrived at YAVE, adding the H, since this letter is silent he fabricated YAHVE. He felt secure Yah was correct since this appeared in Psalms 68:4 as I-a-h. He was unaware that I-a-h was a pregnant pagan Egyptian falsehood replacing the original I-e-h (Y-e-h or J-e-h) as first given by Moses and incorporated in the new name he gave to Oshea. It was after the death of Genebrardus that other Yahwist dropped the letter V and a double U (UU) or as now a W was added forming Y-A-HW-E-H. This hybrid rival name was proposed as the name of God, claiming that Iehovah or Jehovah as found in the Masoretic text was false. so they have adopted this Gnostic-Greek-Samaritian Y-A-HV-E guess name.

    Y-a-h is not the name of God I do not care if it is in Psalms 68:4 as J-a-h. David did not write Chapter 68, or who knows MAYBE he did. It was written many years after David,perhaps, and perhaps after the return from the exile. Verse 29 speaks of the Temple, something not built until after David's death.

    In Psalms 68:4, J-a-h is said to "ride upon the heavens." This language is spoke after the manner of the moon and the sun which are said to ride across the heavens in their daily circuit. We are unsure how this corruption came into the Word of God, if i is, but it is not verified in any other text of Scripture. This text is not a revelation text. If the name is to be authentic then it MUST be corrected to "J-E-H" as Moses fixed this very name to Oshea in Numbers 13:16. In no manner of form can "J-a-h" be a correct name form. All the ridiculous modifications using second and third person plural corruptions cannot be used to validate this error. God, whose name is "J-E-H" when fixed to the name of Oshea can never be made into the Egyptian moon god whose name was "I-a-h or Y-a-h" which many Y-a-h-w-ist claim is the correct rendering of "J-a-h."

    There are other false words put into the Bible to deceive and to substitute truth with falsehood. Even the name of Moses is different than that which it was in the original. Modern forms of the name of Moses further detach and remove it from any connection or identity with its ancient pronunciation. The pagan name of "Y-a-h" is the Egyptian moon god and all the Jewish scribes and Law-keeping reprobates will never overcome that fact.

    While many think the name "I-a-h or Y-a-h" is a sacred name for the true God, the history of it goes back to Egypt. It is not the name of God and it is not an abbreviation of the alleged name Y-a-h-w-e-h.


    "Y-a-h" is the Egyptian moon god and "Sh-u(a)" is the Egyptian sky god(this is for you I-e-s-o-u-s believers):

    Y-a-h is also the goat god with whom also is associated the moon. There is now available a great amount of information on Y-a-h, Y-a-hw-eh, J-e-ho-v-ah, Y-a-h-sh-ua
    just go to www.ancient-egypt.com and look under religions
    Y-a-h" is the Egyptian name of T-o-th as the moon god. And "Sh-u" is the Egyptian sky god of the heavens.

    For you J-e-s-u-s believers When you glue Y-a-h & Sh-u together to form "Y-ah-sh-u(a)" you have an Egyptian moon god as the sky or heaven god.
    Observer of Old. Vexing all. Trusting none. seeking in all.

  • #2
    Not so simply reasoned.

    E V O F,

    Isaiah's three verses of text using YH

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    2 Behold, God is my salvation; I will trust, and not be afraid: for the YH YHWH is my strength and my song; he also is become my salvation. Isa. 12: 2

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    4 Trust ye in ('b' --> in) YHWH for ever: for ('b' --> in) YH is everlasting strength: Isa. 26: 4

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    11 I said, I shall not see YH, even YH, in the land of the living: I shall behold man no more with the inhabitants of the world. Isa. 38: 11

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    ...Are you sure that it is the {JEWS) that you want to accuse? You do that so easily. It is Isaiah here, that uses the letters, YH {Yowd Hey} above to refer to his Eloheem. He absolutely isn't refering to the moon. A word in Hebrew can have many meanings, just as a word in English can. We could take the word allah (A.L.H) as an example. It can be pronounced in several ways and can mean different things.

    Pronounciations;

    aw-law, ay-law, aw-law, ay-law, el-aw, al-law, ale'-leh, eloahh

    Meanings;

    invocation, adjure, imprecation{curse}, oak{or strong tree}, El, or "these or those"

    ...When Isaiah writes, "YaH", he absolutly isn't refering to a moon god. And you shouldn't accuse all JEWs of how an author chooses to use his language. The JEWish people haven't perverted the name of GD and replaced it with the name of a moon-god. Yah and El are perfectly exceptable ways to refer to both, "YHWH" and "Eloheem". The habit of shortening words also exists in the Hebrew language as it does in other languages. So also Judah, that is, "YaHudaH", becomes JEW to many people.

    ...Hebrew doesn't transliterate into any other language without problems. Decisions always must be made to convey an author's meaning. What the translator writes is not necessarily what the author writes, nor can it be. YH only refers to YHWH {EL}, used by themselves and has no other meanings by themselves in a Hebrew lexicon. These letters by themselves never mean "moon". We can add many different letters to the Hebrew letters of YH {Yowd, Hey} and come up with all sorts of false meanings. But it is a fools art to do so. The preface YH usually refers to either the JEWish people, or to GD when other letters are added to them. Yareach begins YR {Yowd Reysh} and not YH. This shows your creativity in the word stretch that you are implying. But plainly there is no fit or reason in your implication.

    ...The Egyptians do not have letters that represent "sounds" in their language. That means that "YaH" is strickly Hebrew.

    ....Michael

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    • #3
      Shalom,

      I agree with Thummin.

      "YH" (Yah) is used 46 times in scripture.

      twice by Moses: Ex. 15:2 & 17:16

      Twice by Isaiah as Thummin shows

      And 42 times by David... or whoever u think wrote psalms.

      shalom,
      d'
      "At that day
      shall a man look to his Maker,
      and his eyes shall have respect
      to the Holy One of Israel."
      Isaiah 17:7

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      • #4
        Shalom evr,

        PS. (smile)

        U may also want to consider the many names that "end" in "yh".

        Such as;

        EliYah. (Yah is El/God)
        Jeremiah: (Yah has appointed)
        Isaiah: (Yah saves)

        etc.

        Shalom,
        d'
        "At that day
        shall a man look to his Maker,
        and his eyes shall have respect
        to the Holy One of Israel."
        Isaiah 17:7

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        • #5
          To the goddess and the tool

          of letters i do not speak. it is of pronounciation

          I do not disagree with YOD HEY, but I do DISAGREE with YOD- pattah/qamats- HEY
          This is of the moon god I-A-H, pronounced the same way as the "jewish" god Yod pattah/qamats- hey

          And "Desacred untencil burried under greek mud", the spelling of hebrew certainly evolves over time- did you not know that?
          the same exact name can change so much over time aswell- that it also affects the pronounciation too.
          The name of God would not change, neither in pronounciation or spelling- it cant- because he cannot change as it says in all monothiestis religious texts.

          IS the name Y-a-h or Y-segol-H , etc.
          IT MIGHT JUST be YOD- segol- Hey, because this is the only other alternative pronuciation we see in BIBLE-
          so there must have been some egyptianoid israelites amoung the scribes and thought, "maybe the moon god and our god is the same god" and thus, led Israel astray.
          Observer of Old. Vexing all. Trusting none. seeking in all.

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          • #6
            Two less pen strokes! {YH, YHWH?}

            EverVexingOfOld,

            19 And lest thou lift up thine eyes unto heaven, and when thou seest the sun, and the moon, and the stars, even all the host of heaven, shouldest be driven to worship them, and serve them, which YHWH thy God hath divided unto all nations under the whole heaven. Deut. 4: 19

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            ...To except what you are saying, we must allow that no one knew of any relationship between the Name of YaH, their GD, and an Egyptian moon GD. It is obvious that no follower of the faith of Moses would deliberately use the name of another god, as the Name of their own GD. These authors would have known of any such relationship. So I cannot embrace your argument.

            ....Michael

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            • #7
              check it out

              an intresting site this is
              http://ggms.com/asherah/tnt.htm
              according to my taste it is not
              however, intresting it is

              the shabbatai
              Observer of Old. Vexing all. Trusting none. seeking in all.

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              • #8
                Interesting,

                ...but not to my taste either.

                ....Michael

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