Wake UP America!
- The Name of God and the Ancient Hebrew - Yahawah



WAKE UP! AMERICA

The Existential Threat Is Real!




STOP! ISLAMIZATION OF AMERICA


STOP!
Submission – Surrender
of AMERICA


Allah
Ilah
Qur'an
Hadith
Sunnah
Ummah
Muhammad
Political Islam
Stealth Jihad
Dar-al-Islam
Dar-al-Harb
Submission
Shahada
Dhimmi
Taqiyya
Ibadah
Sharia
Kaaba
Jizya
Jihad
Hajj


STOP! ISLAM
KEEP AMERICA FREE!

FREE!-DOM
and
ISLAM!-IZATION
aka
SUBMISSION – SURRENDER”
can
NOT!
co-exist


EXAMPLE: POLITICAL RESPONSE
Political Free! Thinking
and
Political Islam [submission – surrender] Thinking
can
NOT!
co-exist


In a FREE! United States of America
Free
Submission
by
“We The People”
to the
amendment
process
and
U. S. Constitution Law
can
NOT!
co-exist
with
Forced
Submission – Surrender
to
Sharia
Fundamentalist
Supremacist
Totalitarian
Islamic
Law


In a FREE! America with Elected Representatives
Fundamentalist
Supremacist
Totalitarian
Islamic Sharia
will
SUBMIT
to
U.S. Constitution Law
of
“WE the People”


EXAMPLE: ATHEIST RESPONSE
Scientific Evidence Free Thinking
and
Religious Supremacist Islam
can
NOT!
co-exist


In a FREE! World Community
The
Belief
of
NO! Belief
CAN!
co-exist
with the
Belief
of
Muslims
about
Muhammad
and
Allah


In a Supremacist Islamic Ummah
(International Ummah = International Commune)
The
Belief
of
Muhammad
about
Allah
can
NOT!
co-exist
with the
Belief
of
NO! Belief


EXAMPLE: THEIST RESPONSE
Scientific Evidence & Religious Free Thinking
and
Supremacist Islam
can
NOT!
co-exist


In a FREE! World Community
The
Belief
of
Yahawashai (Joshua : Jesus) (יהושע) yhwsh : yhw-sh
about
the
ONLY Creator God whose ancient Hebrew name is Yahawah (יהוה) yhwh : yhw-h
CAN!
co-exist
with the
Belief
of
Muhammad
about
his chosen god ALLAH who is not the ONLY Creator


In a Supremacist Islamic Ummah
(International Ummah = International Commune)
The
Belief
of
Muhammad
about
his chosen god ALLAH who is not the ONLY Creator
can
NOT!
co-exist
with the
Belief
of
Yahawashai (Joshua : Jesus) (יהושע) yhwsh
about
the
ONLY Creator God whose ancient Hebrew name is Yahawah (יהוה) yhwh


In a FREE! World Community
The
Creative Intelligent DNA Designer God
of
Adam => Noah => Abraham => Isaac => Jacob (Israel) => Judah => Boaz => David
=> Yahawashai (Jesus)
CAN!
co-exist
with the
crescent moon god
of
Muhammad


In a Supremacist Islamic Ummah
(International Ummah = International Commune)
The
crescent moon god
of
Muhammad
can
NOT!
co-exist
with the
Creative Intelligent SEED / BLOOD / DNA Designer God
of
Adam => Noah => Abraham => Isaac => Jacob (Israel) => Judah => Boaz => David
=> Yahawashai (Jesus)


In any FREE! Speech World Community
On any FREE! Speech Public Square Soapbox
Loyalty
to
Allah
and
Muhammad
can
NOT!
co-exist
with
loyalty
to
Yahawah (יהוה : yhwh)
and his ONLY unique (one of a kind) generated Seed / Son
Yahawashai (יהושע : yhwsh)

The
SWORD
of
Death
will
SUBMIT!
to the
2 edged SWORD
(Heb. 4:12)
of the
WORD
of
Life

Allah
and
Muhammad
will
SUBMIT!
to
Yahawashai (יהושע : yhwsh) Iesous/Joshua/Jesus
The ONLY Seed/Jewish Son/Prophet of the ONLY Creator/Intelligent DNA Designer
Yahawah (יהוה : yhwh)



It Is Written
In The Book : In The Body

1 Emmanuel

God Is With Us
1 Genesis 1 Paternity 1 Maternity 1 Lineage 1 Heritage

1 Seed
1 DNA
1 Blood
1 Life
1 Body
1 Union

Abraham - Sarah - Isaac YES!
Abraham - Hagar - Ishmael NO!

YES! From Yahawah (
יהוה : yhwh) to
=> Adam => Noah => Abraham => Isaac => Jacob => Judah => Boaz => David
=> Yahawashai (יהושע : yhwsh) (Iesous : Joshua : Jesus)

NO! From Allah to
=> Abraham => Ishmael => Muhammad
Yahawashai (יהושע) said he is the "only begotten [Seed] Son"Resurrection – Life

Muhammad is still dead and buried in his grave
Yahawashai (
יהושע) will remain alive forever

Muhammad
The dead and buried messenger of Allah will
SUBMIT
to
Yahawashai (יהושע : yhwsh) Iesous/Joshua/Jesus
The ONLY living life giver Seed, Son, Prophet of Yahawah (יהוה : yhwh)
Allah
and
Muhammad
will
SUBMIT
to
Yahawashai
(יהושע : yhwsh)
He Exists To Save : He Is Savior : He Will Be Savior

Son of Yahawah
(יהוה : yhwh)
He Exists : He Is : He Will Be
The ONLY Creative Intelligent SEED and DNA and BLOOD Designer God
of
=> Adam => Noah => Abraham => Isaac => Jacob (Israel)
=> Judah => Boaz => David => Yahawashai (Jesus)




Wikipedia for
Hebrew Non-Scholars



[h-y-h : hayah : ahyah : I Exist or I Am]

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I Am that I Am (אֶהְיֶה אֲשֶׁר אֶהְיֶה, ʾehyeh ʾašer ʾehyeh …) … the response God used in the Hebrew Bible when Moses asked for his name (Exodus 3:14).


Hayah means "existed" or "was" in Hebrew; "ehyeh" is the first person singular imperfect form and is usually translated in English Bibles as "I will be" (or "I shall be"), for example, at Exodus 3:12.








Ehyeh asher ehyeh literally translates as "I Will Be What I Will Be", … However, in most English Bibles, this phrase is rendered as I am that I am."


Ehyeh-Asher-Ehyeh … is one of the Seven Names of God ….



Ehyeh is considered … to be a first-person derivation of the Tetragrammaton [(יהוה) yhwh], … Yahweh.

The word Ehyeh … used by God to identify himself in the Burning Bush …

[…]

In appearance, it is possible to render YHWH (יהוה) as an archaic third person singular imperfect form of the verb hayah (אהיה) "to be" meaning, therefore, "He is".


It is notably distinct from the root El, which can be used as a simple noun to refer to the creator deity in general, as in Elohim, meaning simply "God" (or gods).


This interpretation agrees with the meaning of the name given in Exodus 3:14, where God is represented as speaking, and hence as using the first person — ehyeh "I am".

Other scholars regard the triconsonantal root of hawah (הוה) as a more likely origin for the name Yahweh (יהוה).


Hebrew:
ehyeh asher ehyeh
I Am that I Am’

Greek:
ego eimi ho on
I am the BEING

In the Hellenistic Greek literature of the Jewish Diaspora the phrase "Ehyeh asher ehyeh" was rendered in Greek "ego eimi ho on", "I am the BEING".


Septuagint: Exodus 3:14:

And God said unto Moses, I am HE WHO IS (ho on): and he said, Thus shalt thou say unto the children of Israel, HE WHO IS (ho on) hath sent me unto you.


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Wikipedia for Hebrew Non-Scholars

[YHWH]

h-w-h : hawah : yhwh : He Exists : He Is

The name of God in Judaism used most often in the Hebrew Bible is the four-letter name (יהוה) YHWH, also known as the Tetragrammaton.

The Tetragrammaton appears 6,828 times in the Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia edition of the Hebrew Masoretic Text.

The Hebrew letters are (right to left) Yodh, He, Waw and He (יהוה).

YHWH is an archaic third person singular imperfect of the verb "to be" (meaning, therefore, "He is").


The name ceased to be pronounced in Second Temple Judaism, by the 3rd century BCE.

The prohibition against verbalizing the name did not apply to the forms of the name within theophoric names (the prefixes yeho-, yo-, and the suffixes -yahu, -yah) and their pronunciation remains in use.

The Jewish Publication Society translation of 1917, in online versions, uses (יהוה) YHWH once at Exodus 6:3.
(The alternative words and spelling are highlighted green)

Alternative Words & Spelling

AHYH ašer AHYH
and
YHWH

[h-y-h : hayah : ahyah : I Exist or I Am]

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I Am that (is who) I Am (אֶהְיֶה אֲשֶׁר אֶהְיֶה, ahyah ašer ahyah) … the response God used in the Hebrew Bible when Moses asked for his name (Exodus 3:14).

Hayah means "existed" or "was "or "to be" in Hebrew; " "ahayah" is the first person singular imperfect form and is usually translated in English Bibles as "I will be" (or "I shall be"), for example, at Exodus 3:12.

[See Exodus 3:12, 14; 4:12, 15; 6:7.
The Hebrew word (אֶהְיֶה : hyh : ahayah) in these five verses is Strong's # 1961, translated as I will be with ... in Ex. 3:12 and I Am (or I Exist) in Ex. 3:14.]

Ahayah asher ahayah literally translates as "I Will Be What I Will Be",…or "I Exist as I Exist". However, in most English Bibles, this phrase is rendered as I am that I am."

Ahayah-Asher-Ahayah … is one of the seven names of God …. [Ahayah – I Am – is one of many titles, not a name]

Ahayah is considered … to be a first-person derivation of the Tetragrammaton [(יהוה) yhwh], … Yahawah.

The word Ahayah … used by God to identify himself in the burning bush

[…]

In appearance, it is possible to render YHWH (יהוה) as an archaic third person singular imperfect form of the verb hayah (אהיה) "to be" meaning, therefore, "He is" or "He Exists".

It is notably distinct from the root El, which can be used as a simple noun to refer to the creator deity in general, as in Elohim, meaning simply "God" (or gods) ("mighty one" or "strong one").

This interpretation agrees with the meaning of the name given in Exodus 3:14, where God is represented as speaking, and hence as using the first person — ahayah "I am" or "I Exist".

Other scholars regard the triconsonantal root of hawah (הוה) as a more likely origin for the name Yahweh (יהוה) or Yahawah (יהוה : yhwh).

Hebrew:
ahayah asher ahayah
I Am that I Am’ or 'I Exist as 'I Exist'
Greek:
ego eimi ho on
I am the BEING or I am the ONE

In the Hellenistic Greek literature of the Jewish Diaspora the phrase "ahayah asher ahayah" was rendered in Greek "ego eimi ho on", "I am the BEING" or "I am the ONE".

Septuagint: Exodus 3:14:

And God said unto Moses, I am HE WHO IS (ho on) or I am He Who Exists (ho on): and he said, Thus shalt thou say unto the children of Israel, HE WHO IS (ho on) or I Who Exist (ho on) hath sent me unto you.

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Wikipedia for Hebrew Non-Scholars

YHWH

h-w-h : hawah : yhyah : He Exists : I Am

The name of God in Judaism used most often in the Hebrew Bible is the four-letter name (יהוה) YHWH [Yahawah], also known as the Tetragrammaton.

The Tetragrammaton appears 6,828 times in the Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia edition of the Hebrew Masoretic Text.

The Hebrew letters are (right to left) Yodh, He, Waw and He (יהוה).

YHWH is an archaic third person singular imperfect of the verb "to be" (meaning, therefore, "He is" or "He Exists" or "He Will Be").

The name ceased to be pronounced in Second Temple Judaism, by the 3rd century BCE.

The prohibition against verbalizing the name did not apply to the forms of the name within theophoric names (the prefixes yeho-, yo-, and the suffixes -yahu, -yah) and their pronunciation remains in use.

The Jewish Publication Society (JPS) translation of 1917, in online versions, uses the ancient Hebrew form (יהוה) YHWH [yahawah : Yahawah] once at Exodus 6:3.
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1- Hebrew Greek English Transliteration Interlinear – Genesis to Deuteronomy

2- Hebrew Greek English Transliteration Interlinear – Genesis to Deuteronomy

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Exodus 3:14
I Exist : I Am : I Will Be
1st person singular imperfect

AHYH
ahyh
Ahayah

alef-he-yod-he
a-h-y-h
-אֶ-הְ-יֶ-ה-

(אֶהְיֶה)
(/אֶ/הְ/יֶ/ה/)
(with vowel marks)

(אהיה)
(/א/ה/י/ה/)
(without vowel marks)

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Exodus 3:14

way·yō·mer
וַיֹּ֤אמֶר
said

ĕ·lō·hîm
אֱלֹהִים֙
God

el-
אֶל־
to

mō·šeh,
מֹשֶׁ֔ה
Moses

eh·yeh
אֶֽהְיֶ֖ה
I Am : I Exist : I Will Be
[1st person singular]

ă·šer
אֲשֶׁ֣ר
Who

eh·yeh;
אֶֽהְיֶ֑ה
I Am : I Exist : I Will Be
[1st person singular]

way·yō·mer,
וַיֹּ֗אמֶר
said

kōh
כֹּ֤ה
Thus

ṯō·mar
תֹאמַר֙
shall say

liḇ·nê
לִבְנֵ֣י
to the sons

yiś·rā·’êl,
יִשְׂרָאֵ֔ל
of Israel

eh·yeh
אֶֽהְיֶ֖ה
I Exist : I Am : I Will Be
[1st person singular]

šə·lā·ḥa·nî
שְׁלָחַ֥נִי
has sent

ă·lê·ḵem.
אֲלֵיכֶֽם׃
about


Exodus 3:15
He Exists : He Is : He Will Be
3rd person singular imperfect

YHWH
yhwh
Yahawah

yod-he-waw-he
y-h-w-h
-יְ-ה-וָ֞-ה-

(יְהוָ֞ה)
(/יְ/ה/וָ֞/ה/)
(with vowel marks)

(יהוה)
(/י/ה/ו/ה/)
(without vowel marks)

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Exodus 3:15

way·yō·mer
וַיֹּאמֶר֩
said

ō·wḏ
ע֨וֹד
Furthermore [again, also]

ĕ·lō·hîm
אֱלֹהִ֜ים
God

el-
אֶל־
to

mō·šeh,
מֹשֶׁ֗ה
Moses

kōh-
כֹּֽה־
Thus [this also]

ṯō·mar
תֹאמַר֮
shall say

el-
אֶל־
to

bə·nê
בְּנֵ֣י
the sons

yiś·rā·’êl
יִשְׂרָאֵל֒
of Israel

ya·ha·wah
יְהוָ֞ה
He Exists : He Is : He Will Be
[3rd person singular]

[The English bibles mistranslate yhwh as LORD or Lord instead of the He Exists : He Is : He Will Be]

ĕ·lō·hê
אֱלֹהֵ֣י
the God

ă·ḇō·ṯê·ḵem,
אֲבֹתֵיכֶ֗ם
of your fathers

ĕ·lō·hê
אֱלֹהֵ֨י
the God

aḇ·rā·hām
אַבְרָהָ֜ם
of Abraham

ĕ·lō·hê
אֱלֹהֵ֥י
the God

yiṣ·ḥāq
יִצְחָ֛ק
of Isaac

wê·lō·hê
וֵאלֹהֵ֥י
and the God

ya·‘ă·qōḇ
יַעֲקֹ֖ב
of Jacob

šə·lā·ḥa·nî
שְׁלָחַ֣נִי
has sent

ă·lê·ḵem;
אֲלֵיכֶ֑ם
to

zeh-
זֶה־
This
[Yahawah He Exists : He Is : He Will Be]

šə·mî
שְּׁמִ֣י
is my name
[Yahawah – not Allah]

lə·‘ō·lām,
לְעֹלָ֔ם
Forever

wə·zeh
וְזֶ֥ה
and this

ziḵ·rî
זִכְרִ֖י
is my memorial-name

["memorial" : remember me!]
["memorial" : remember me!]
["memorial" : remember me!]

lə·ḏōr
לְדֹ֥ר
to all
[Remember to teach children to teach children to teach children to teach...]

dōr.
דֹּֽר׃
generations

[Teach children that the ancient Hebrew name of the ONLY creator God is Yahawah (יהוה : yhwh)
He Exists : He Is : He Will Be.]


Yahawashai (יהושע), our Jewish blood brother, is the LAST and ONLY prophet who came in the name of his Father whose self proclaimed Hebrew name is Yahawah (יהוה – yhwh), our ONLY papa.

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YES!
(יהוה) ben (יהושע)
YES!
Yahawashai (יהושע) ben (Son of) Yahawah (יהוה)
YES!
Yahawashai ben Yahawah


ONLY Yahawah Can STOP Islamization of America
ONLY Yahawah Can STOP Submission – Surrender of America

ONLY Yahawah is the God (mighty one) of Israel

Exodus 3:15
"...The LORD [yhwh : Yahawah], the God of your fathers...
this is My name forever,
my memorial name generation to generation."

Numbers 6:27
"Thus they shall [invoke, link, put] unite My name [Yahawah]
with the people of Israel, and
I [Yahawah] will bless them.

Exodus 15:3
"...the LORD [yhwh: Yahawah] is His name.

Ahyah Yahawah Elohi Israel El Shaddai [u] Akbar
I AM HE who IS the Strength of Israel THE Almighty who is Greater

Baruch Hashem Adonai YHWH Elohi Israel
Bless Name Master YaHaWaH Mighty One Israel
Bless the Name of the Master HE IS the Mighty One of Israel


The Name of God and the Ancient Hebrew
( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yOfg8R3Ngvs )

The Ancient Hebrew Name of the Father is Yahawah (
יהוה : yhwh : y-h-w-h)
The last h of yhwh sounds like the last h in uh or huh

The Ancient Hebrew Name of the Son is Yahawashai (
יהושע : yhwsh‘ : y-h-w-sh-‘)
The transliteration mark // in yhwsh is the letter ayin and sounds like i (eye)

This 1 hour 50 minute video is an excellent exposition about the Exodus 3:15 name of God, Yahawah, the ancient Hebrew name of the ONLY creator God. The name of the ONLY creator God of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob (Israel), Judah, Boaz, David, Solomon, etc., is Yahawah (יהוה : yhwh : y-h-w-h : ya ha wa h).

Chaazawan, the creator and narrator of the video, explores the ancient Hebrew dialect and the pronunciation of Yahawah (יהוה : yhwh). He clearly explains that the spelling and pronunciation of God's name was not Jehovah or Yahweh, it was Yahawah before the introduction of the matres lectiones (consonants used as vowels: -alef, y-yod, h-he, w-waw). The matres lectiones were introduced about 1200 hundreds years before the nikkud (vowel points and dashes) were introduced by Jewish scholars, the Masoretes, to teach what they thought was the correct pronunciation of Hebrew words, including the name of God and how his name should be written so that his name would not be spoken.

Chaazawan's video clarifies the pronunciation of Hebrew words without vowels before four consonants were used as vowels and before the nikkud (dots, dashes and diacritical marks) were invented to identify which vowels are to be added to the consonants. He convincingly clarifies that the pronunciation vocalized by the nikkud developed by Jewish scholars, the Masoretes, who developed vowel points and marks around the 900s CE and which followed the pronunciation vocalized by the matres lectionis, the four consonants that were used as vowels after the Jews were defeated by Babylon in the 580s BCE.

The name of
the Father and his Son are alliterative, similar spelling and similar sound. The Father's third person singular Hebrew name Yahawah (
יהוה : yhwh) means He Exists or He Is or He Will Be and his Son's third person singular Hebrew name Yahawashai (יהושע : yhwsh) means He Exists As Savior or He Is Savior or He Is Salvation or He Is Saves or He Will Save.

Transliterated from Hebrew to English, the name of the Father is Yahawah : yhw...h and the name of his Son is Yahawashai : yhw...sh. With the a(ah) vowel sound the similarity is obvious:

Father
(יהוה : yhwh : Yahawah)
yhw...h : yahawa...h : Yahawa...h
He Exists – He Is – He Will Be

Son
(יהושע : yhwsh‘ : Yahawashai)
yhw...sh / yahawa...sha / Yahawa...shai
He Exists as Savior – He Is Saves – He Will Be Savior

The a(ah) vowel and sound gives the pronunciation of the consonants yhwh and yhwsh a distinct dialect which is different from the newer and current dialect that is noticeable with the inclusion of other vowels, for example o in Yahowah, u in Yahuah, e in Yahweh, etc.

Read about matres lectionis at The Free Dictionary:
(http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/matres+lectionis)
"Most commonly, yod indicates i or e, while waw indicates o or u. Aleph was not systematically developed as a mater lectionis in Hebrew, but it is occasionally used to indicate an a vowel. (However, a silent aleph — indicating an original glottal stop consonant sound which has become silent in Hebrew pronunciation — can occur after almost any vowel.) At the end of a word, He can also be used to indicate that a vowel a should be pronounced."

See also The Jewish Study Bible (JSB) introduction of the book of Job. The JSB features the JPS Hebrew-English TANAKH translation (Jewish Publication Society).
"The story [of Job] is set in the time of the Hebrew patriarchs. ... And, as noted above, the only ancient Near Eastern precedent for the testing of Job is the trial of Abraham, the 'Akedah.

"In order to evoke that ancient milieu, the poetry of Job is replete with archaic words and forms and 'defective' spelling (a tendency to omit the
matres lecionis -- letters written to indicate vowels -- which in the later stages of Hebrew are used more and more)."


Charles William Wall

Read more about the matres lectiones in the book by Charles William Wall. The book is in the public domain and a free download of the entire book in different formats is available at Archive.org.

Proofs of the Interpolation of the Vowel-Letters in the Text of the Hebrew Bible
and
Grounds Thence Derived for a Revision of its Authorized English Version

This is the Archive.org url for the Proofs download page.

This is the Archive.org url for the pdf download link.
or
This is the Archive.org url for the b&w pdf download link.

This is the Archive.org url for the .epub download link.

This is the Archive.org url for the djvu.txt download link.
or

The matres lectiones introduced into the Hebrew language the use of the Hebrew consonants aleph, yod, he, waw as vowels (the four consonants of yhwh are yod, he, waw, he) during the time of the exile of Judah (the southern kingdom after the division of united Israel) to Babylon. The matres lectionis were used at least until the nikkud (vowel dots and dashes) were introduced around 800 years after the birth – resurrection – ascension of Yahawashai (Jesus).

The Free Dictionary: has excellent and succinct info about the nikkud and the masora.

Chaazawan's point in his video stated simply is that before vowel dots and dashes were introduced around the 900s CE and before consonants were used as vowels about 500 BCE before the birth of Yahawashai (Jesus), at the time of Moses, about 1400 years before the birth of Yahawashai (Jesus), the ancient Hebrew consonants were pronounced with the natural a(ah) sound, with the ayin (/ע/ transliterated as //) being the exception with an i (eye) sound. The video starts with example of both the ancient Hebrew forms and the modern Hebrew forms and focuses on the modern Hebrew forms, for example, the Hebrew names of God and his Son (יהוה and יהושע).

The a(ah) vowel and sound indicates a unique and very simple dialect that is easier to learn than using the consonants yod, hey, waw, aleph as vowel letters. Also, the a(ah) vowel and sound is so much easier to learn than the current practice introduced by the Masoretes of putting the nikkud above or below or to the left of consonants, so that the waw, for example, is pronounced as an o or u, or e depending on where the single dot is placed, above the waw, to the left of the waw or below the waw.

A dialect is simply a dialect. It is not right, it is not wrong. Yahawah is the ancient Hebrew dialect, spelling and pronunciation, and Yahweh is the newer dialect, spelling and pronunciation. It may be old, it may be new, and, well, it is simply a dialect.


Yahawah (יהוה : yhwh)

The1999/2000 JPS Hebrew-English TANAKH (Jerusalem Publication Society) translation of Exodus 3:11-14 and Exodus 6:3 has a footnote for Exodus 6:3 about not pronouncing God's "divine name" (Yahawah : יהוה : yhwh – which means He Exists or He Is or He Will Be) and also translating God's name as LORD (adonay which means master).

Exodus 6:3
I appeared to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob as El Shaddai, but I did not make Myself known to them by My name יהוה a [yhwh : yahawah : Yahawah].

a This divine name is traditionally not pronounced; instead, Adonai, "(the) LORD [master]," is regularly substituted for it.

See also Exodus 3:12, 14; 4:12, 15; 6:7.

The Hebrew word in Ex. 3:12 (אֶהְיֶה : ahayah) is Strong's # 1961, translated in English bibles as "I will be with..." in Ex: 3:12; 4:12, 15 and Ex. 6:7, and "I Am" or "I Exist" in Exodus 3:14.

Exodus 3:11-15
11 But Moses said to God, "Who am I that I should go to Pharaoh and free the Israelites from Egypt?"
12 And He said, "I will be [אֶהְיֶה : ehyeh or ahayah first person singular] with you: that shall be your sign that it was I who sent you. And when you have freed the people from Egypt, you shall worship God at this mountain."
13 Moses said to God, "When I come to the Israelites and say to them, 'The God of your fathers has sent me to you,' and they ask me, 'What is His name?' what shall I say to them?"
14 And God said to Moses, "Ehyeh-Asher-Ehyeh [אֶהְיֶה אֲשֶׁר אֶהְיֶה : or ahyah ašer ahyah – I Am Who I Am]." He continued, "Thus shall you say to the Israelites, 'Ehyeh [or Ahyah – first person singular – I Am] has sent me to you.'"
15 And God said further to Moses, "Thus shall you speak to the Israelites: The LORD [Heb is יהוה : yhwh : Yahawah – I Exist, I Am – third person singular], the God of your fathers, the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob has sent me to you: this shall be My [third person singular] name forever, this my appellation for all eternity.

The ancient language pictographs, which were followed by the ancient Hebrew letter forms followed by the modern Hebrew letter forms (יהוה) were only consonants. The ancient Hebrew with which Moses was familiar did not use vowels, and vowels were not used until a vowel letter system was introduced and four consonants, alef, yod, he, and waw (the matres lectionis – "mothers of learning"), were used as vowels. This first vowel letter system was followed about 1,200 years later with a vowel letter system (the nikkud) that introduced the use of dots and marks to indicate how consonants would be vocalized as vowels.

Adding the a(ah) vowel sound to yhwh produces Yahawah, the ancient Hebrew dialect pronunciation with only one a(ah) vowel sound. That is different from the modern Hebrew dialect that is influenced by the addition of vowel points and diacritical marks with multiple vowel sounds, a, e, i, o, u. Yahawashai (yhwsh') with four a(ah) vowel sounds is the ancient Hebrew dialect, and Yehoshua (Joshua in English), which has three more vowels e, o, u, is the new dialect.

Around 350 BCE four consonants (alef, yod, he, waw) were used as vowel letters until around 800 years after Yahawashai's (Jesus) resurrection when the nikkud, the masoretic vowel points, were added to the Hebrew consonants. The reason that Hebrew words in the tanakh, the Jewish bible, use vowel points and marks to spell and pronounce the actual Hebrew word forms, for example God's name (יהוה : yhwh : yod he waw he) with a, e, i, o, u vowels, is because the Jewish Masoretes who finished developing the nikkud vowel points to be added to Hebrew consonants in the 10th century CE marked the consonants with vowel sounds in imitation of the matres lectionis vowel sounds with which the Jewish people were familiar and had used for centuries.

An Example

The waw (w) is the third letter in God's name (יה - ו - ה : yhwh : yod he waw he). The waw by itself, without one vowel point, has the natural voice sound a(ah), w(ah), wa. Put a vowel point on top of the waw and it is pronounced o. Put a vowel point at the center to the left of the waw to pronounce it with the u sound. Put a vowel point below the waw and it has an e sound. Now, put the waw letter after the first he (ה) letter and the he can be pronounced three ways. One, with the dot above the waw the two letters together, he waw, are pronounced ho. Two, with the dot to the left of the waw the two letters together, he waw, are pronounced hu. Three, with the dot below the waw the two letters together, he waw, are pronounced he. So, the two letters together, he waw, can be pronounced as either ho, hu, he.

Since Moses did not use vowel letters and the masoretic vowel points were not part of God's ancient Hebrew name as Moses spelled it and pronounced it, a valid conclusion is that the natural pronunciation of the two letters together, he waw, can be pronounced ha. Here's a question: if today we use the vowel letter system to write God's name, what determines the waw letter is to be vocalized as an o, u, or e and even an a? According to the matres lectionis vowel system the letter waw, when it's used as a vowel, it can produce any of the vowel sounds.

So, before consonants were used as vowels (the matres lectionis vowel letter system) and before vowel points were invented (the masoretic vowel letter system), what dialect was spoken by Moses and Joshua?

The dialect implicit in the natural pronunciation of God's name is with the natural voice a(ah) vowel sound since no vowels were written with the consonants until the matres lectionis were invented. This means that all four letters of God's name (יהוה : yhwh : y-h-w-h : yod he waw he), with only the natural voice a(ah) vowel sound, are to be spelled ya ha wa h and pronounced Yahawah. The a(ah) vowel sound is not added to the last h, which sounds like the last h in uh or huh.