(Updated 4/26/2013) – “Thou shalt have no other Elohim but Me” [Exod. xx. 3]. “Yahweh, He is the Elohim, Yahweh, He is the Elohim” [1 Kings xviii. 39]. “They are no Elohim, but the work of men’s hands” [2 Kings xix. 18].
The name of the Hebrew national god of the Iron Age kingdoms of Israel and Judah is Yahweh (Jahveh, Jehovah or Iehoua pronounced “yohweh” or /ˈjɑːweɪ/ or /ˈjɑːhweɪ/; Hebrew: יהוה) and In the Hebrew Bible, Yahweh is written as יהוה (YHWH). In the book of Jonah, the name Yahweh (Lord) is mentioned 22 times, , Elohim or El (God) 13 times, and the combination Lord God four times for a total of 39 references. The meaning of El in the Hebrew Scriptures is the singular form of the word God and Elohim is the noun plural version. Rabbinic Judaism teaches that the Tetragrammaton (י-ה-ו-ה), YHWH, is the ineffable and actual name of God, and as such is not read aloud in the Shema but is traditionally replaced with אדני, Adonai (“Lord”). The Gospel of Mark 12:29-30 mentions that Jesus of Nazereth considered the beginning exhortation of the Shema to be the first of his two greatest commandments: “The first of all the commandments is, Hear, O Israel; The Lord our God is one Lord: And thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind, and with all thy strength: this is the first commandment.” (KJV).
The royal court and temple of Israel had promoted Yahweh as God of the entire cosmos, 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.
In Greek, Yahweh (Jehovah) is no other person than Adonis (Adonai in Hebrew) who in Greek mythology, is the god of beauty and desire, and is a central figure in various mystery religions. The Greek Ἄδωνις (Greek pronunciation: [ˈadɔːnis]), Adōnis was a borrowing from the Semitic word adon, “lord” who I had established above is Adonai or Yahweh the God of Israel and Judah. The Syrian Adonis is Gauas or Aos, to Egyptian Osiris, to the Semitic Tammuz and Baal Hadad, to the Etruscan Atunis and the Phrygian Attis, all of whom are deities of rebirth and vegetation.
Adonai, the name for both Deity and to man is used approximately 449 times in the Old Testament and 315 times in conjunction with Yahweh. In modern Judaism, the name Yahweh is replaced with the word Adonai, meaning Lord. This fact you can easily find on Wikipedia. Similar names that mean the same thing as Adonai , Adoni or Adonis you will find under such spellings as:
The following are forms, substantive and in combination, of certain names of the Supreme Being—the primary forms in each case being, so far as known, not yet determined.
(1.) Iene, Iehu, Ieuo, Iaou, Iao, Aoh, Ao, Ai, Oa, Iah, la. Ie, Io, In, low, Ion, Iaore, Iehovah, love, En, Ue, Ya. Yao, Ha, He, Ho, Hn, Bud-Hu, Brum-Hn, Iu-Pater, Ia-Pheth, Ia-Petns, Zeus, Zeuth, Deus, Deu, Ia-chus, Ba-Ia-chus or Bacchus, AlTJe, Elel-Eu, Elel-Eus, Io-BeU Adon-Ai, Elo-Ah, AU-Ah.
(2.) Al, El, E, 01, UL Bal, Bel, Baal, Beel, Bfl, Bol, Bui. Pul, Abel, Abello, Apollo, Ath-EL Sal, Sel, Sol, Sul, Al-Eu, Elel-Eu, ElelEus, Eloah, Allah, Helios, (Elohim) (Atim, Elim).
(3.) God, Od, Gott, Goth, Gothin, Cot, Cotta, Khoda, Chudai. Gaid (Gaid-El), Gad, Ad, Adad, Cuth, Cush, Gath, Ath, Aith, Guth, Gud, Gude, Gudan, Guodan, Wodan, Woden, Odin, (Gododin), Edin, Eden, Edon, Ed, Weden, Wedne, Aden, Gaden, Dan, Titan, Danaus, Dianus^ Ianus, Adonai, Adonis, Poseidon, Othin, Oth, Ouvin, On, Oud, Weda, Gautama, Pagod, Bod, Bud. Buth, Budh, Budha, Budhu, Boodh, Bhood, Buddin, Boutta, Poota, Poth, Pot, Fo, Foo, Fohi.
In the last section is included the name of Titan, so renowned in ancient tradition, and which would be pronounced Tetan or Dedan, evidently meaning De-Dan = the God Dan, Eden, or Odin. Teutones is no doubt a form of the same expression— denoting the worshippers of the Deu or God Odin. Edon, it may be remarked, forms part of Caledonia.
There were other forms and combinations of these names of the Supreme Being;
The reason why we have all these various names and spellings, is because many of these interpretations have been passed down to us in different languages or cultures, and you will find that in some languages they simply do not use the same letters or words as they do in other cultures. For example, the Hebrew “Y” translated in Latin and Greek is “I”, and in the English/German “J.” Latin which was the language of the Romans did not have a “J”, nor did English until after 1630 A.D., and this is why in certain printings of the original King James Bible, God’s name is spelled “Iehoua.” Since the Ancient Romans did not use the letter J to write Jupiter, they instead wrote it as”Iu” from “Iupiter”, which simply means “Father God” in Latin. The English name Jove came later to Rome as an anglicization of the Iu” from “Iupiter,”
All these various interpretations over the course of hi-story and in different languages start to bury the truth in a heap of foreign words that act like the Egyptian sand over time. The confusion of tongues (confusio linguarum) is the initial fragmentation of human languages described in the Book of Genesis 11:1–9, as a result of the construction of the Tower of Babel. This event we can witness in Genesis 10:5,”Of these were the isles of the nations divided in their lands, every one after his tongue, after their families, in their nations.” Now it is our jobs to break out the scholarly shovels of discernment and reason, in order to dig these truths out from the dark and in order to bring it back to the light on the surface, from behind the veil of Isis.
In modern Christianity, the planet Jupiter is called Pater/Peter by the Greeks and Romans, because he is said to be the father of gods and men, and this is why ancient astrologers have always associated Jupiter with the birth of kings and Venus with fertility. Today in the religion of Christianity, the planet Jupiter or Yahweh is represented by the Christian savior Jesus who is really Je-Zeus or Jupiter, and is the true morning star spoken of in the bible. This past Christmas 2012, without a doubt, the brightest star in the sky was actually not a star at all, but the O Father Sky-God and the Father God of the Heavens, Yahweh, the planet Jupiter.
These facts that I stated above can be easily verified if you research ancient mythology for the past few thousand years. Jupiter was always known as the King planet, Father of the Sky, Father of the Gods and Lord of Heaven. In Sumerian texts, Jupiter is called mulu babber – “bright sun-like star”, and is also called Nibiru (Neberu) which simply means “ferry boat or to cross.” In Ancient Egypt, Jupiter was represented by the God Osiris, and to the Greeks Jupiter was called Zeus. The Romans used the Latin Zeu pater (Dyēus-pətēr, meaning “O Father Sky-God”, or “O Father Day-God” or “O, father Zeus”) who we now know as Jove, or Jupiter Ammon- since we have incorporated J into the English language.
Jupiter is simply the son of the Sun and God of all Gods in the AS ABOVE, in which on the SO BELOW, the supreme Pontiff in Rome are styled as the rulers of the lower world, AKA Earth. This is where we get the name Saint Peter in Roman Catholicism, and this is why Christ made Peter his vicar and pastor. A vicar is an “earthly representative of God or Christ” but also used in sense of “person acting as parish priest in place of a real person.”
1B. C. 164, the temple was restored to the worship of Jahveh, after three years of use for the worship of Jupiter.
My God, I will sing thy glory!
Praise Yahweh, for he is good,
For his grace endures forever.”
If you would like to know how important Yahweh, or Saint Peter (the planet Jupiter) is in religion, please look no further than the bible such as in James 1:27 where it is said; “Pure religion and undefiled before YHWH and the Father is this, to visit the fatherless and widows in their affliction, and to keep himself unspotted from the world, ‘ or in Isaiah 44:6; “Thus saith YHWH the King of Israel, and his redeemer YHWH of hosts; I am the first, and I am the last; and beside me there is no El.”
In this current sixth age in which we are in the 2013th year, the ancient worship of Yahweh or Jupiter has been replaced with the worship of an imposter Goddess named Ishtar or Isis in order to place humanity under her veil to hide the truth and light. The star of Isis is called the Dog Star Sirius, and her star is known to be brightest in the summer months. It is during this time that Sirius is known for its scorching characteristics, that when it is witnessed in the summer sky, she will bring on the dog days of summer where virtually little vegetation grows in the desert and many simply die.
Homer, in the Iliad, describes the approach of Achilles toward Troy in these words:
Sirius rises late in the dark, liquid sky
On summer nights, star of stars,
Orion’s Dog they call it, brightest
Of all, but an evil portent, bringing heat
And fevers to suffering humanity.
This fact can be confirmed in the fifth century Elephantine papyri that states, “even in exile and beyond the worship of a female deity endured.” The texts were written by a group of Jews living at Elephantine near the Nubian border, whose religion has been described as “nearly identical to Iron Age II Judahite religion”. The papyri describe the Jews as worshiping Anat-Yahu (or AnatYahu). Anat-Yahu is described as either the wife(or paredra, sacred consort) of Yahweh or as a hypostatized aspect of Yahweh.
The wife of Yahweh, who we now know is really Jupiter, is the planet Venus. Jupiter is known as a masculine planet and Venus the feminine. In the ancient Egyptian religion Yahweh or Jupiter is the God Osiris and his wife is Isis. The planet Venus is symbolized by the Goddess Ishtar who later became Isis, and then in Roman Catholicism as the Virgin Mary and also her fertility cult that we now celebrate as Easter. Jupiter later was concealed under the code name of Jesus (Je-Zeus) in Christianity who was allegorically crucified on December 25 during the winter solstice, that we now celebrate as Christmas. The same time that as I stated above, the brightest star in the sky this past Christmas 2012 was not a star at all, but the Father God of the Heavens, Yahweh, the planet Jupiter.
“Give thanks unto Yahweh, for he is good,
His mercy endures forever!
It is better to trust in Yahweh than men,
Better in Yahweh than princes.
Blessed is he who comes in the name of Yahweh!
We greet them from Yahweh’s house.
God Yahweh gives us light;
Bind the festive offering with cords to the altar.
Thou art my God, I will praise thee!
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