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This is Chapter 4 of the Book of Love, by Yahchanan

The Sacred Name: YHWH

In the last chapter I showed you that YHWH wants everyone to know and use His name. We know that is a Hebrew name, so we might turn to the Israelites to teach us how to pronounce it. Maybe in our innocence we thought we would zero in on the proper way to pronounce: YHWH? Maybe you thought those people had good intentions? But no! Jews go to extremes to avoid and/or mispronounce YHWH's name.

The leaders of the cult called Judaism are among the most despicable people on Earth. They know exactly how to bring Yahshua back to Earth as king (Matthew 23:39), but they adamantly refuse to do it. They do not want him here. None of yesterday's misery on the earth needed to occur. All of the misery of the last thousand years did not need to happen. The Jews could have kept Yahshua here while he was here. Ever since then they have had the ability to bring him back, to conquer the Satan. But Judaism worships the Satan, the Lord God, him they want here. They do not want Yahshua and YHWH to be here. So they will not teach us the correct way to pronounce: YHWH. And we can use that fact to great advantage, For we know whatever they teach us is wrong.

I have come up with some good evidence showing YHWH should be said: ya-h-wa-h. Or: y-ah-w-ah. Really the same either way.

Most convert the Hebrew Tetragrammaton into modern English letters like this: YHWH. But I have seen how it was transliterated into the older King's English as: IOWA. That would have been pronounced: yah-wah. IOWA/YHWH was the deity of the people for whom the USA state of Iowa is named. Yes! You can look at a modern map of the world and find the name of YHWH on it.

I do not know Hebrew, but I have read a lot about it. I understand the favorite vowel for a heh is the a pronounced: ah (like the a in: father). This would be true whether the vowel follows or precedes the consonant. Preferably it would precede the consonant, providing an 'ah' sound.

Now also they usually say the yod is pronounced like the y in: yes. But in reality, as best as I have discovered, the yod was almost always pronounced as: yah. In English that sound requires two vowels: y-ah. So if we put the yod preceding a heh, YH, the final sound is: yah. They both want the ah between them. Is that correct so far?

So I am usually told the waw is pronounced: oo (like in: choose). And that is true, but in reality, as best as I have discovered, the waw was almost always pronounced as: wah. In English two vowel sounds are required: oo-ah. So if the waw precedes a heh, WH, do they not produce the sound: wah? They both want the ah between them if you were vowel-pointing.


Regarding three-syllable: Frequently Hebrew names begin or end with YHU (yod-heh-waw). If I am correct about the waw being pronounced 'wah' (not: oo) then YHU is: yah-wah! For example, in the name: Yahuchanan. Many say: yah-oo-chan-n. I think it should be pronounced: yah-wah-chan-n.

I think I am not saying yah-wah as a two-syllable word. I think it is four letters, and each one should be pronounced. Flavius Josephus (Yusef son of MatithYahu) said in Greek YHWH is pronounced with four vowels, no consonants. I think the same is true in English. It is just that the yod and the heh go together so well, and then the waw and the heh go together just as easily. So it ends up sounding as two syllables.

I once met a nice lady who was born and raised in Israel. When we talked about her language, she said the first thing for an American to understand is that in Hebrew there are NO silent letters. Each letter is to be pronounced. Then she criticized my language for silent letters and crazy spelling. For example the name Bnoit is pronounced: ben-wah.

Contrary to that, I have read on the web that the final heh was usually dropped from YHWH (and other names) since it is a barely audible exhale anyway. Supposedly, that is how YHWH turned into YHW (YHU). YHW should sound identical to YHWH.

The Jews refuse to pronounce YHWH correctly. Dropping the end to get Yahoo (y-h-u) therefore seems wrong. The U stands for a waw letter, so YHU should be pronounced: yah-waw. To mis-pronounce it they say: ya-hu. They know and hereby admit the yod is pronounced: yah. Then they hack the rest. If you insist on three syllables, and put the center letters together, you could pronounce it as Ya'hu'ah and try to convince me it is: ya-hoo-ah. Sure. As long as there is only one 'oo' sound. Say it quickly and it becomes Yahwah with a slightly different accenting.

Why should a heh (h) be pronounced: who (hu)? Why should it be pronounced hoe (ho) in the middle and ay (ae) at the end of a word? Seems more consistent if the heh is always just an exhale, no pronunciation. Otherwise YHW can not equal YHWH.

So if the final heh was almost inaudible, it means its sound was in the waw before it. If the waw is pronounced wah, there's the heh already if the heh is just an exhale. But if the heh is an ay (as in: bay, hay) sound, for it to be almost inaudible the waw had to be pronounced way (as in weigh, oo-ay). If the waw is only an oo sound, it cannot contain either version of the heh sound. This suggests the waw contains two vowel sounds in both Greek and English.

Name the Hebrew letters: YHWH, yod heh wah heh. Pronounce the letters YHWH one at a time: ya-h-wa-h. Or, if you prefer: y-ah-w-ah. Seems pretty simple.

But I am not trying for dogmatic teacher. I am only a seeker, looking for the reality. I cannot say what it was, because I was not there. We know the pronunciation changed often, and still does. They kept mis-pronouncing it on purpose.

A number of techniques are used to mis-pronounce a name. Changing the vowel sounds is easy. Sometimes they add a vowel in the middle, which adds an extra syllable. Sometimes they turn the name around and say it backwards. Maybe all these things. For example you heard of: Easter. The modern ee-s-t-r is a mispronunciation. Once upon a time that was: es-t-r. Turn it around: r-t-es. Add a syllable: r-t(em)-es. Now you have: Artemis. Artemis is Easter.

For another example you might have heard of the constellation called: Orion the Hunter. In Babylon that constellation was: Nimrod the Hunter. It went something like this: Nimrod turned around is: Dormin. Add a syllable, that becomes: Dorian. And so we get: Orion.

Someone was trying to convince me YHWH was pronounced a certain way. Yes, I agree! It was. There are also people who prove it was pronounced their way, or that way, or some other way. They are all correct! I agree with you all. Yes it was pronounced all those different ways. We have now shown there were many pronunciations of YHWH among the Hebrews themselves. That is the problem! Why would there be so many? Deliberate mis-pronunciation of a deity's name was very common in those days.

So yes, I agree with you, it was pronounced those ways, among other ways. And it still is! No doubt you have an Orthodox Jewish Bible? Notice some crazy things here, please. We see this version refuses to print the name of: YHWH.
OJB Gen 29:35 And she conceived again, and bore ben; and she said, Now will odeh (I praise) Hashem; therefore she called shmo Yehudah; and stopped giving birth.
I am sure his name was not Yehudah, it was YHWdah (maybe ya-h-waw-dah). They lie, because they removed the name of YHWH from the scriptures. Perhaps there is no greater sin under the sun than that sin. After they refuse to name or print the name of YHWH, they do use the name Yehudah in the same sentence. Does that not prove beyond reasonable doubt Yehudah is not the correct name? Sure, it has the same letters, YHW, but the pronunciation has been changed until it is not the same word. Instead of yah-wah-dah it is now ye-who-dah. And they do not print the letters so you can choose your own way, they print the pronunciation they want you to use.

If Yehudah is correct, then why do they use Hashem, instead of YHWH? Hashem means: theName. Whenever they put Hashem the true scripture actually has the name: YHWH! The official Jewish bible REMOVED the name of YHWH completely! The name Yehudah does NOT contain the name of YHWH.
OJB John 18:5 They said in reply, Yehoshua, the one from Natzeret.
Did the OJB mis-pronounce YHWshua into a useless name with different meaning? Since they freely use Yehoshua (ye-hoe-shoe-ah) then that must NOT be the correct name! Am I wrong? Are the people who publish OJB terrible sinners? I think so. Are those who deliberately changed the pronunciation of YHWH into something else terrible sinners? I think so. Maybe it is ya-h-waw-sh-wah?

Most likely his name is YHWHshua, ya-h-wa-h-sh-oo-a. This is because in Hebrew all letters should be pronounced. Correct question is not how YHWH was pronounced, or is, but rather, how it should be pronounced.

The Hebrew Names Version refuses to give the name of: YHWH! Putrid. They go to great lengths to use Hebrew names except when that name contains the name of: YHWH. So we know the names they use do not contain the name of: YHWH. It is just like the OJB.
HNV John {18:5} They answered him, "Yeshua of Nazareth."
Do you have a Complete Jewish Bible? Surely they would tell us the truth? But look, they also refuse to print YHWH's name! They also removed it completely, and replaced it with: MyLord.
CJB Genesis 29:35 This time I will praise ADONAI.

CJB John 18:5 "Yeshua from Natzeret," they answered.
The name of YHWH will not be found anywhere in the CJB, the HNV, or the OJB. These books are written by people intimately familiar with modern and ancient Hebrew language, and with the scriptures. So these books are a study on the wrong ways to pronounce His name. Yahshua contains the name of YHWH. Yeshua does not contain the name of YHWH. Neither does: Yehoshua, Y'shua, Y'hudah, Judah, nor Yehudah. We see that yes, these are ways the correct name is deliberately mis-pronounced until it is a different word. It is not just me who says this, the leaders of Judaism willingly prove it to you. What better authority do you have? Searching through these versions will reveal many spellings which do not contain the name: YHWH. They will not tell you the correct way, but they will tell you many incorrect ways.

I suspect they know exactly how to say it correctly, and that way is the only way they DO NOT use or print! There are certain things a Jew will never tell a Gentile. Most important of those things is the correct pronunciation of: YHWH. That is the result of their stupid: ineffable name doctrine.

You heard of Prime Minister Netanyahu? 'Round here they say: net-an-yah-who. So the yah-who (ya-hoo) is incorrect. Perhaps the Prime Minister himself pronounces it yahoo, because his parents did, and on back in time. It looks to me as it should be pronounced net-an-yah-waw if you want to include the name of: YHWH. The reason Jews are called Yahoo's is because that is how they themselves mis-pronounce the YHU which is a common thing in their names.

The Jews decided YHWH is too precious to pronounce, so they hid His name from the rest of mankind. They are too greedy and selfish to share. They said we'd pronounce it wrong, and that would be a sin. So they deliberately pronounced it wrong, partly so we would not know the correct way, then stopped saying it altogether. Instead they pray to: Adonai El. They claim they are still praying to YHWH, but YHWH says they are not. The identity of Adonai El was determined before there was a Hebrew language. It is the Semitic way of saying: En.lil (En = Adonai = Lord; Lil = 'El = God). When the Jews threw away YHWH and His name, and embraced God instead, what did YHWH think about it? One of His answers is in Jeremiah 2:5-13.
Yeremyah 2:11 Has a nation ever changed its god? Yet my people have exchanged their splendor [YHWH] for what is worthless [God].
I criticized OJB, CJB, and HNV because I have no authority or knowledge greater than most of you. My knowledge of Hebrew is miniscule, and my knowledge of Greek is almost nothing. So I refer you to the leaders of the experts. By using the easy logic I showed you, you should quickly determine Yochanan and Yeshua do not contain the name: YHWH. These people were named: Yahchanan and Yahshua. It was horrible sinner Jews who refuse to use their correct names. Why should you go along with them to despise YHWH, and deny His name?

If my criticism of OJB is correct, notice OJB is where they use the form: Yehoshua. Seems to me, since they so obviously refuse the name of YHWH, the name Yehoshua does not contain YHWH, so it is incorrect. In Yehoshua the name of YHWH is deliberately mis-pronounced by the leaders of Judaism and the Hebrew language until it is not the name of YHWH anymore!

Yes, I know Yehoshua and Yeshua are and were widely used. That does not make them correct! If you are talking to a man whose parents named him Yeshua, and he introduces himself as Yeshua, then that is the correct way to talk to that man. True, there were and are people named Yeshua and Yochanan by their parents, all sinners. The fire is waiting for them. Why should you jump into it also?

Yes, I know about theophoric names. What about the numerous people who purposely mis-pronounced their deity's names? This was very common thousands of years ago, and it still is. Are we looking to them to teach us anything? All they teach us is the wrong way.

My argument is logical and simple. The answers are provided by Hebrew linguistics experts who know Hebrew better than you and I put together. We know Yahshua Messiah came in the name of YHWH, Matthew 23:39, etc. His name was not: Yeshua nor Yehoshua. What do you get if you remove the shin from Yahshua? Yah-wah! What do you get if you add a shin in the middle of Yahwah? Yah-sh-wah is Yahshua.

I don't know how you can deny the conclusion? Yehowa is not: YHWH!

Regarding the pronunciation of YHWH as: yah-wah. Those who say yah rarely add the wah, they almost always put something else there. Like: yah-way (Yahweh). Those who do use the wah at the end rarely use the yah in the beginning. Like: ye-ho-wa. Those who do use the yah at the beginning and the wah at the end usually put something in the middle. Like: yah-who-wah. Or: yah-hoe-wah. None of those examples contain the name of: YHWH. The one pronunciation they keep avoiding, and yet keep circling around, is: ya-h-wa-h!

Let us say I make a list of all the pronunciations of Yahshua I can find. So if I put a plus mark in front of the pronunciations given by those who use and promote the name YHWH, and a minus mark in front of the pronunciations given by those who deny the name of YHWH, what is left? The two sides follow a general pattern. One side never gives the pronunciation yah-shua, but they accept almost anything else. The other side frequently gives yah-shua or something similar.

My own bible says Jehovah does not in any way represent the true pronunciation of: YHWH. Yes, there is a photo of it at Abomination about halfway down the page. They also explain how the 3-syllable form came from the combination of the four-letter YHWH with the three vowels of Adonai. That is where the form Yehowa comes from. This is widely-known. It was an innocent mistake, Reymundus Martini did not realize he was reading a lie. He figured the Jews had good intentions and would tell the truth.

You probably noticed the majority of the world's non-Jew scholars have settled on the Yahweh pronunciation (yah-way). They know Yeho is a deliberate mispronunciation, and yah is the correct way to pronounce the YH part. They are close, but the Jews keep leading us astray. They claim when the letter heh is at the end of a word it represents the long-a sound, like in: hay, way. So they came up with the yah-way sound. Is that a mistake? Why do most people pronounce the two H's differently?

Funny how many other words end in the letter heh and also with the sound ah, not the sound ay. What about: Yehowah? What about: Eliyah? What about: HYH? HWH? What about: TRH torah? AXRH is the goddess Asherah (Easter), the heh at the end is pronounced: ah. Noah is spelled: nun heh, NH. There is an oh vowel associated with the letter: nun. The oh vowel is after the n/nun consonant, so there is no real reason the heh has to have a vowel attached to the front of it. It wouldn't need any vowel at all. But there it is. The heh is pronounced: ah (a as in father). Shanah (year) is: shin nun heh. The heh is: ah. Messiah is spelled: Masih. There is a vowel before the h-heh letter, yet the ah vowel is always pronounced before the h-heh anyway. Do you need another hundred examples?

What exactly is the true Name of the Creator? Since this name is so important, we need to know! There is still much confusion, no one knows for certain how it is pronounced - proving the efficiency of the lies of Hillel (En.lil = Hill'el = Hell'El = god of hell = Lucifer = satan). The exact pronunciation of YHWH is supposedly lost. The exact original pronunciation is not the most important thing, it is the word itself. English is pronounced differently from Britian to the USA, and from the country to the inner-city slums, yet it is the same words. Written Hebrew changed from ancient, to paleo, to modern square styles, and pronunciation varied as well. While one would desire to use the original pronunciation, at the very least we can use the original name.

I will guess and hope that Yahwah will forgive us all for pronouncing His name wrong. For we can be pretty sure, we all pronounce it wrong. He probably accepts: Yahweh, Yahwah, etc, if He knows we are doing the best we can, are trying to do right, and are not mocking Him. However, I am quite sure He does not accept: LORD, God, etc; as a name - because He said so.
Exodus 3:15 YHWH .... is my Name forever, and thus I am to be remembered throughout all generations.
Generally the Name is considered to be: YHWH, Yahwah (pronounced Yah-wah). And the son: Yahushua (pronounced Yah-sh-wah), which means: Yahwah is Salvation. And so that is how I use them, although I do not insist those are the absolutely correct pronunciations. Besides that I have never heard anyone speaking the ancient Hebrew, so it is probably impossible to get the sounds just correct. For example we do not know if they made a growling sound while talking, or not.

Many alternate spellings exist on the internet as people try to transcription transliterate: The Name. It seems as if the most enlightened always try to spell it in such a way as to have it pronounced: Ya-h-wa-h. On this site I recommend that pronunciation. Here are some of the other spellings you can search for: YHVH, Yahveh, Yahvah, Yahuweh, Yahuwah, Yahuah, Yahowah, Yahuyah. Note that usually these are all pronounced nearly the same, but some are adding a third syllable in the middle.

Nowadays most people say the proper pronunciation of YHWH is lost. And so now there are gobs of people trying to figure out how to say it. They look for root words, and older prounciations of letters (e.g. vav used to be waw, and the heh is guttural). I would like to make a suggestion, and maybe I will solve the riddle. Flavius Josephus said TheName was pronounced as four vowels and no consonants. But here is a funny thing, the written Hebrew language did not officially have vowels. So how do you write four vowels? You use consonants as vowels. Since everyone knows what you are doing (after all, this is the most important phrase in the language), and how to pronounce them, it was no problem.

And this appears to give us the correct pronunciation. Four vowels means four syllables. You must say each syllable. If we see ABCD we say: ay-bee-see-dee. If we say it quickly it sounds like a word. When they saw YHWH in the scripture they said: yah-heh-waw-heh. They would have been accustomed to saying it many times a day, so slur it together quickly, and it becomes: ya-h-wa-h. Four vowels and four syllables. The H's are not silent, they comprise syllables. Slur together yod-heh-waw-heh while distinctly pronouncing all four syllables - (y-ah-oo-ah) - and there you have it !!

Anyway, it is not horrendously important. The important things are to have Yahwah in your heart, obey His commandments, and say His name, even if it is not pronounced perfectly. After all, can we really expect a million Yisrayahites over a thousand years to have all pronounced the name exactly the same every time? No. And how about your name? Does everyone in your country say it exactly the same? Yet you most likely accept all the minor variations as being your name. Certainly we all want to say it the way YHWH wants us to say it. But I am sure He will forgive us if we say it a bit 'wrong', seeing as we don't have anyone to teach us the correct way.

I don't see anyone denying the Tetragrammaton, YHWH. The problem is how to pronounce it. There are different ways of vowel-pointing between the consonants. Forget them, they are wrong. There are NO extra vowels to point! Worse, the vowels they usually use are the vowels from: Adonai. There are four letters: Y, H, W, H. They do not have vowels between them because they are the vowels. The letters are pronunced: yah-heh-waw-heh. Ya-H-Wa-H. Or Y-aH-W-aH, take your pick. Yahwah.

Hey, yeah, everyone is trying to properly transliterate Yahwah's name, but there is no one to tell us the way Yahwah wants us to say it. So we all try our best. See, we all have a way to pronounce it, but how do we tell you how we do it? You can not hear these words I am writing.

Some say to emphasize the first heh, and pronounce it different, as: Yah-who-wah. But I believe that is way too much emphasis. They just added a syllable. Shouldn't it just be an exhale sound? Not the whole word 'who'? The word 'who' contains a vowel sound which should not be there. I believe many are putting way too much emphasis on the "who" part. I know many spell it Yahowah or similar and say: yah-who-wah. I personally think they just pronounced two waw's. It sounds to me like they just said: YH-HW-WH.

Okay, the waw can and maybe should be a 'oo' or 'uu', which is just what we get by putting a 'w' (double-u) before the final 'h'. And then guess what? We have now ended up with four vowels. Each consonant becomes a vowel. In Greek YHWH is pronounced with four vowels and zero consonants, just as Josephus said. So it seems to me YHWH is pronounced Y-Ah-U-Ah. If the 'A' is pronounced as the 'A' in father, it includes the 'H' sound. Yahwah.

But I know there are others who spell it Yahowah and pronounce it: y-ah-oo-ah. I think that is the most correct pronunciation we can come up with, but their spelling is misleading. So, if I say yah-wah, is that any different than saying: y-ah-oo-ah? Don't they really sound the same? So if I write Yahwah, and someone else writes Yahowah, maybe we are saying it the same, and maybe we are not. Someone else spells Yahowah and says: ee-ah-oh-ah. That has a tinge of Greek influence on the first letter (yod), and a changed sound: oh instead of oo. See how hard it is to convey these things?

See, I don't say it the same every time. So if there is only one way to say it, then sometimes I am wrong (if not all the time). Does that make me a sinner? I don't even say my own name the same way every time. Did Abraham say YHWH the same every time? Did he say it the same as David said it? We know Moshe had burnt lips from the charcoal (Yashar 70:1-31), so at the burning bush he told Yahwah he doesn't speak well. Yahwah said there's your brother, he speaks well. So did Moshe and Aaron say YHWH exactly the same? Very doubtful. But there was no doubt they were saying the same thing. The important thing is that we ARE saying it! Every way of pronouncing the name of Yahwah is better than not even trying.

Soon the Two Witnesses of Yahwah will come to educate us better. When they get here, believe everything they say!

It seems to be a fact some of the Greeks transliterated His name as correctly as their language allowed, as: IAUE (ee-ah-w-eh or ee-ah-wa-h); four vowels, zero consonants. Some of the others wrote it with three letters, IAU. Since the waw is pronounced wah, IAU is pronounced: ee-ah-wah. Greek does not have the y sound so they use the ee sound of the letter iota-i.

Further evidence is found on the so-called 'Nimroud obelisk', where 'Jehu, the son of Omri', is written 'Yahua-abil-Khumree'. Jehu is a translation corruption of the Hebrew name, pronounced: Yah-oo-ah.

The people of the time prayed to El (Zeus), who was the Canaanite prime deity, and Abraham called on the Name of: An (Yahwah). Why do you think Yahwah picked Abraham? Do you realize Abraham personally knew Noah, and actually lived in Noah's house with Noah? Obviously, Noah knew the EXACT name of our Creator.

The only defense in using the words el or elohim in relation to Yahwah is the fact that el is contained in many names, such as Dani'el, Gabri'el, Isra'el, etc. Still, I prefer to stay away from el just in case, so there is no confusion. The generic term 'el' can refer to: one of the gods. Or even to: people (such as Nimrod). But Yahwah is the: Most High. The Almighty. So it does not seem okay to use 'el' or 'god'. Jews were adamant about removing Yahwah's Name wherever it existed. They also went through an episode of naming things after Baal, as well as El, a mistake they learned from the Canaanites. There is evidence at Ebla Syria the Elohist scribes changed those names to remove Yahwah's Name from: Dani'yah, Gabri'yah, Yisra'yah, etc.

The Israelites freely use the name El to refer to Yahwah. They also freely use El in names of people and places, such as Isra'el. Since we know they refuse to use the Name of the Creator, but they do use El, then El is NOT His NAME!! The name they refuse to use, Yahwah, IS His NAME!! The so-called "ineffable name doctrine" does not apply to El, Eloah, Elohim, God, Adonai, Lord, therefore those are not names of Yahwah.

So on this website I will usually change 'el to 'yah (arbitrarily, whether it is right or wrong - I have no divine inspiration, because I am a sinner). For example: Dani'yah-Dani'el; Micha'yah-Micha'el; Yisra'yah-Yisra'el; etc. On my LINKS page is a page named Hebrew to English where you can look up any unfamiliar names and words to see the word you are familiar with. This is all done with the equivalent English letters.

The Jews insist on calling their deity: Adonai. Which means: Lord. They went so far as to change the scriptures! By doing this they refresh the Canaanite mistake. This was so prevalent that christians still, to this day, completely remove the name of Yahwah from their so-called "holy" bible, and even call Him: Lord. Where did Adonai come from, and what does it mean? The son of Nimrod was: Tammuz. Tammuz was later considered to be the re-incarnation of Nimrod, and then re-named Nimrod. But long before Moshe Tammuz was also called Adonis, and apparently this is where Adonai comes from. Adonis and Adonai are said to be the same word in different languages. So the Jews are apparently praying to and worshipping Tammuz instead of Yahwah. This great sin is referred to by Ezekial 8:13-14. Tammuz/Nimrod Jr was everyone's 'Lord', and he was/is a god.

Canaan, the Land of Canaan, and the Canaanites existed long before Yisrayah came along. Remember that Moshe told the Yisrayahites to go into the promised land, kill every inhabitant, and completely destroy their religion. Yahwah said He hates everything about their religion. He said if the Yisrayahites leave any of the Canaanites alive they would be as a snare to the Yisrayahites, to drag them down to hell. And that is exactly what happened.
Exodus 23:32 You will make no covenant with them, nor with their gods [elohim]. 33 They will not dwell in your land, unless they make you sin against me. For if you serve their gods, it will surely be a snare to you.

Psalm 106:34 They did not destroy the peoples, as Yahwah commanded them, 35 but mingled themselves with the nations, learned their works, 36 and served their idols, which became a snare to them.
The silly Yisrayahites kept a few of the Canaanites as slaves. They destroyed the nation and national identity of the Canaanites. But by leaving a few of them alive, the Yisrayahites eventually fell to the temptation of being like them. The Yisrayahites learned and adopted parts of the Canaanite language, and parts of their religion. After the meeting of the Yisrayahites and the Canaanites, the Canaanites were destroyed. There was no nation left to adopt the Hebrew language! Therefore, it can only be that the Yisrayahites adopted the Canaanite language and religion, not the other way around.

It is easy to see in the history. Before the Promised Land, the Yisrayahites called on Yahwah by His Name. After that, they adopted the Canaanite practice of referring to deities only by title. Worse, they used the same titles the Canaanites used for Zeus, instead of the titles which Yahwah accepts (such as: Heavenly Father). The few remaining Canaanites became slaves, and lost their national identity. The only way (it seems to me) for El to be a Canaanite word is for it to have been so before the Yisrayahites showed up.

When the Yisrayahites went into the promised land they were told to NOT do like the Canaanites who were being destroyed because of their sins. It was the Canaanite practice of not naming the deity out loud which became the snare to the Yisrayahites when they adopted it:
Deuteronomy 12:30-31 Take heed to yourself that you not be snared by following them, after they are destroyed from before you. Do not enquire after their gods, saying: How did these nations serve their deities? Even so, I will do likewise. You will not do so to Yahwah your Father.

Leviticus 21:23 And you will not walk in the customs of the nations which I cast out before you: for they did all these things, and therefore I abhorred them.
The Jehovah's Witnesses were also lead astray by the Israelites. You see, in the Torah the Elohist scribes were not able to completely remove the name: YHWH. But they insisted that one should not say the Name aloud, or even think it! They got this idea from the Canaanites. So, what they did, was to put "pronunciation marks" (vowel points) of Adonai on the Name. These marks changed the Name into three syllables and changed the vowels. They were there to remind all Hebrew people that when reading the scriptures, you need to say/think "a-don-eye" instead of "Y-H-W-H". Adonai has three syllables, and Yahwah has four. They still, to this day, believe their deity will be insulted if they call Him by His Name: Yahwah. Many years later, some well-intentioned folks were trying to learn what the scriptures actually say, and realized that you SHOULD say Yahwah's Name if you want Him to listen to you. But they saw those false pronunciation marks, and thought it should be pronounced with three syllables: ye-ho-vah. They also fell for the Romanized: Je; instead of the correct: Yah. And so they were deceived into thinking the true Name is: Jehovah. And nowadays the Jehovah Witnesses elite recognize and admit they are teaching the wrong name, but they refuse to change the teaching.

Many of those Yisrayahites who claim to believe Yahushua was the Messiyah have changed His Name also. They call Him: Yeshua, Y'shua, or Jashua. They do this because they still cling to the Canaanite belief that one should not speak the name of one's deity. They secretly admit His true name is: Yahushua. But calling Him Yeshua or Y'shua loses the meaning of the name. Yahushua means: Yahwah is salvation. Or: Yahwah saves. Without the 'Yah' the power of the Name is gone. It no longer refers to Yahwah. Yeshua means: some god named Ye is salvation. So in reality, Yeshua means nothing. The Jews know this, so they say it is okay to pronounce it that way. Messiyah's Name is: Yahushua ben Yahusef. Meaning: Yahushua son of Yahusef (remember, there is no 'J' in Hebrew, so His Name is not: Jesus. And His father's name was not: Joseph). So even till this day, in the 21st century, the Jews and christians are still refusing to say the Name of our Creator: Yah.
Remember Yeshayah: (Isaiah) 29:13 and with their mouth and with their lips they honor me, but have removed their heart far from me.
By using Yeshua, Yehoshua, or Y'shua, instead of Yahshua (His real Name) these people are lying to you! They are telling a lie. They are oftentimes also lying to themselves. They want you to think they are holy because you hear 'holy' things come from their lips, but Yeshayah told you the truth. Using these so-called 'abbreviations' instead of TheName is blasphemy! You should flee from such people. They are pretending to honor Yahwah, but instead they are bringing His Name to nothingness by refusing to teach or use it.

The true name of the Messiah when transcription transliterated into English is: YHWHshua (Yahushua). That is a contraction of words: YHWH saves. Since the contraction ends up with two 'waw's, the first becomes silent. So we get the pronunciation of: Yah-sh-oo-ah. This is the same as: Yahwah with the shin (sh) in the center.

When you do research regarding the name Jesus, you find websites which go through contortions to try to prove the Greek god Iesous (Jesus) is derived from the Hebrew: Yeshua. This is a terrible cover-up, and a horrible lie. Every true scholar knows that a name is transcription transliterated from one language to another. That means it is supposed to sound the same in each language. The Romanized English transliteration of Yahshua is: Joshua. Jesus is a completely different name.

Note that the Greek Iesous (Iesus in Latin) is NOT a "rendition" nor a transliteration of Yeshua, as some claim it is. That is christian propaganda. Furthermore, Yeshua itself is NOT a correct rendition nor variation of Yahushua. Yeshua, Y'shua, Yehoshua, and the like come from the Israelite refusal to teach or even say the name of Yahwah. Yahushua said He came in his Father's Name - Yahwah. Yahushua means Yahwah-saves. The short version of Yahwah's Name is Yah. The Israelites removed Yah from Yahshua. The Israelites even removed Yah from: Yisrayah. That is why we see: Israel, Yeshua, etc. Then everyone thereafter says: Well, if it is good enough for the Jews, we will do it too!

Two thousand years ago when the new Messianics went out into the world to teach about Yahshua son of the Almighty YHWH, most of them refused to say the name. So they said: Yeshua son of God. They were talking to Greeks who already had an Almighty God named: Zeus. So they said: Yes, we know of him. You call him what you want, and we'll call him what we've been calling him all along. Have you ever noticed how Greek men's names usually end in: s? So the real name of Zeus would be Zeu, with the 's' denoting masculinity (Ju in Latin, where Jupiter means: Zeu is Father). Notice the vague similarity between Zeu and Yahu if it is mispronounced: Yahoo. Some Messianics preached about the Almighty Father Yahoo, and probably the Greeks simply pronounced it the way they always had, Zeu. The biggest problem is that most of the Jews would have removed Yah and said: Yeshua son of God. To the Greek, that is: Iesus son of Zeus.

Another travesty committed by the scribes is the changing of the names of the prophets, places, and so forth. The 'yahu' part at the end of the name is removed and replaced with 'iah' or 'el'. 'iah' might sound similar, but obviously it is different. Consider the term: halleluyah. The scribes couldn't change the pronunciation of it right away, because it rhymes in a song, and folks would know something was up. So at first they just changed the spelling. Years later people would look at the new spelling and say: it should be pronounced this other way. That is because they have forgotten the meaning of the word. They have also removed the 'Yahu' from the beginnings of all the names, usually replaced with 'Ja' or 'Je'. And so the Name of Yahwah was removed from scriptures, and from people's conciousness. And the meanings of the words and names became lost. Every xmas billions of people are singing 'halleluiah' without knowing what they are doing! They have been lied to by the modern scribes. Yes, Satan has deceived the whole world!!

We are to worship and pray to Yahwah our Creator and Heavenly Father,

in the Name of Yahushua our Messiyah and Savior.

With their Names !!

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