The meaning of Hallelujah (hall’lu-Yah) is based on the Hebrew words הָלַל, or Halal (Halel) and Jah. Halal means “to shine or giving off of light by celestial bodies. Jah means “The Lord or quite simply, Jupiter.” Hence, the meaning of Hallelujah is “The Shining Light of Jupiter”.
Halal would be the equivalent to the Latin word corresponding to the Greek word for Phosphorus, which is “Lucifer.” Phosphorus (Greek Φωσφόρος Phōsphoros), a name meaning “Light-Bringer”, and is the Morning Star. The Latin word lucifer, corresponding to, was used as a name for the morning star and thus appeared in the Vulgate translation of the Hebrew word הֵילֵל (helel).
Jah is also known as Yahweh, Jehovah, Adonai, YHWH and ha-shem. It was the royal court and temple of Israel who had promoted Yahweh as God of the entire cos-mos (order of the universe), possessing all the positive qualities previously attributed to the other gods and goddesses.
In modern Judaism, the name Yahweh is replaced with the word Adonai, meaning Lord, and most scholars believe “Jehovah” to be a late (ca. 1100 CE) hybrid form derived by combining the Latin letters JHVH, with the vowels of Adonai. Adonai — often translated as “LORD”, it is read in place of YHWH; Samaritans say Shema, which is Aramaic for “the [Divine] Name” and is the exact equivalent of the Hebrew “ha-Shem“, which Rabbinic Jews substitute for “Adonai” in a non-liturgical context such as everyday speech.
Hallelujah, O Father Sky-God and the Father God of the Heavens, Jupiter and its fallen angel who gave the world light, Lucifer. (Halal or quite simply, Phosphorus)
God said, Let there be light; he willed it, and at once there was light. Oh, the power of the word of God! (Genesis 1:3) “And the four-and-twenty elders, and the four living creatures fell down and worshiped God that sitteth upon the throne, saying,