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Old 15-12-2015, 02:28 PM
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<<Which also means Yahweh?>>

Nope - this does not, as Yahweh is another deity (or rather an emanation of the ALL) in the Hebrew Pantheon of Gods.

In the Tree of Life there are 10 spheres, (Sephirot / realms/ heavens / dimensions)

Each of the heavens has its own order of angels, ruling archangel, deity (or emanation of God) and associated symbols.

In Kether the ruling archangel is Metatron and the deity is "Eheyeh"
In Chockmah the ruling archangel is Ratziel and the Deity is "YHWH"
In Binah the ruling archangel is Tzafkiel and the deity is YHWH ELohim...etc etc etc.

These aspects of God are also imprinted on us at soul level in the Microcosm.

Nice what Miss Hepburn added as well.

What we are really after is a vibration, an energy.
It is difficult for us to correctly pronounce the god name since its correct vibration was lost over time. Other names come close. We are after the energy and vibration the name represents, and with our limited capacity it is not easy.

I love doing this as an exercise, whereby I intone (vibrate) the sacred names, and experience the energy and vibration it releases. It is one way of becoming familiar with the deity and its energy/vibration.
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I've been thinking about what you said. I thought the Jews only had ONE GOD??

There can't be lots of different Jewish deities.
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Old 08-01-2016, 06:28 PM
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I just found on an English-Hebrew translator on the internet that the English "I" in Hebrew is How does one say that in English?

First off, אני is pronounced "ah-nee."

Second, it also means "I am," because there is no present tense form for "is" or "are" or "am" in either Biblical or modern Hebrew. What is often translated as "I am that I am" is, in Hebrew scripture, written in the future tense.

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Old 08-01-2016, 06:36 PM
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It is a long story.....apparently Jehovah is a mispronounciation of Yahweh. It is very complicated and I've been over this before in my head, but some reminders would help.

Hebrew scripture is written without vowels.

When vowel signs were developed, the vowel signs for Adonai were placed into the tetragramaton as reminder to substitute that term when reading aloud YHWH. When you add those vowels to YHWH you get "Yehovah" which was never the name of G-d, which led to the erroneous Christian translation of "Jehovah."

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Which also means Yahweh?

No, though the phrase and the name are related. YHWH is a third person singular form of "to be."

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Old 22-01-2016, 03:37 AM
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Thankyou Peter....
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Old 22-01-2016, 08:28 AM
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I've been thinking about what you said. I thought the Jews only had ONE GOD??

There can't be lots of different Jewish deities.


There is only One true Elohim, but He emanates in many different forms, yet they are all Him and from Him. Prayers are all directed to Adonai, the L-RD. That is what I have learned so far.
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Hebrew scripture is written without vowels.

When vowel signs were developed, the vowel signs for Adonai were placed into the tetragramaton as reminder to substitute that term when reading aloud YHWH. When you add those vowels to YHWH you get "Yehovah" which was never the name of G-d, which led to the erroneous Christian translation of "Jehovah."

L'shalom,

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You may have missed the vowel letters or vowel consonants if you will. Yodh,Waw,Hei this would've been the transition stage before the vowel signs were added. The so called name YHWH is spelt without vowels because of the different dialects back then. One dialect which is also Phoenecian is YaHaWaHa which is funny because in my language Waha means mouth. According to the so called Scriptures when this God figure gave Moses the so called name AlefHei YodhHei the dialect that is now accepted as Hebrew is EH YeH and is translated as I am that I am, or even I am that I will be and to me is I and I which can be AlefTaw. The dialect that I prefer is AHIYAH. It's again funny because Ahi in my language is Fire/Light, so since there are cultures that refer to Yah as Great Spirit I prefer to look at that supposed name YAH as the unexplained energy.
What I really want to ask you is using the now hebrew language could you translate the word Maori that would be MemAlefWawReishYodh, the Waw is a Vowel consonant. In my language Maori simply means Ordinary Man/Woman/People.
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There is only One true Elohim, but He emanates in many different forms, yet they are all Him and from Him. Prayers are all directed to Adonai, the L-RD. That is what I have learned so far.
Its interesting that you say this because the word Elohim in some groups is considered pagan in origin, Im guessing that's why Elohim is translated as God,gods,godesses,witches,judges,priests,angels and others.
There's this thought process that says that YhWH is the ineffable name of God. The only reason it would be ineffable would be when a Vain person of sorts uses it,(was that a sign?) on another extreme we have a biblical commandment saying not to use names of other gods in my presence and if we looked hard enough we would find that the Authority that now runs that place now called Israel uses names of other gods in their Calendar. Maybe this means that the presence is not there. Be careful on your path my brother/sister.
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Old 05-08-2016, 01:05 PM
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This is truly a confusing concept for humanity, which I can understand.

To start with

YES, there is ONE God / One creater of all - The ALL that IS.

But the ALL does not have a single name known in our dimension.
According to the Ancient Mystery teachings, the ALL always was, has no beginning or end.

The All wanted a vantage point from which He/She could Observe itself.
The ALL is ineffable and All MIND. Genderless containing all genders at the same time.

So in order for a proper Vantage Point to work, the ALL first created a container that could hold itself. This was to be the Multiverse, a Multidimensional Universe with 10 Dimensions.

For each Dimension the ALL created a ruling Archangel, an Order of residing Angels, all to assist the ALL in its descent down into the lower dimensions, and back up to the Higher Dimensions.

Some say the first attempt at this container failed, and a second attempt was made at this creation.

So the ALL, after making this Multiverse began its own descent into the 10 Dimensional Multiverse. In each Dimension a Deity was left, an Aspect of the All, each with its own Divine Name and Attributes.

One of the Dimensions was the realm / Sphere of Chokmah (Study the Kabbalah / Sepher Yetzirah to understand this! Check it out on Google).

In the realm of Chokmah the Divine Aspect (aka Emanation of the ALL) is known by the Name of YHVH. In the Highest realm, called Kether, the Divine Name of the Deity / Emanation of the ALL is known by the name EHEYEH.

So here are the Divine Names in each realm:

1 - Kether - Eheyeh
2 - Chokman - YHVH (Masculine)
3 - Binah - YHVH Elohim (Feminine)
4 - Chesed - EL
5 - Geburah - EL GIBOR
6 - Tipheret - YHVH Eloah ve Da-ath
7 - Netzach - YHVH Tzabaot
8 - Hod - Elohim
9 - Yesod - Shaddai El Chai
10 - Adonai Ha Aretz

All deities within this Multiverse are often referred to as Gods
But at the same time how does man in a state of ignorance refer to beings from space? How often in ancient cultures do we see references to gods who came from the sky?

As long as we understand all Deities are simply emanations / Aspects of the ALL, and we ourselves are Souls, the Divine Fragments of the ALL.
Therefor all of the Archangels Angels, demons etc are subject unto us. They are to help us with our Ascent.

When the ALL descended and passed through Tipheret the ALL became the many and the SOULS were formed as the ALL fragmented into billions upon billions of fragments. This was a very painful process as we who once knew the safety and comfort of the state of One-ness, became separated. We still carry within us this pain.

Our goal is to return to the state of Oneness in Kether.
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