The Greek alphabet is derived straight from the Phoenician / Hebrew alphabet


Is the Heavenly Fathers name spelled YaHuWaH, YaHUaH, YHUH, YHWH, YHVH, YeHoVaH, or JeHoVaH?


Historical research and FACTS tells us that the scriptures is a Hebrew (ABaRiY / Negro) book about the Hebrew people, their culture, their lineage and their ALaHiYM YaHuWaH who gave them an outline on how to live. This book has been translated down through several languages, finally to the English known as “a bastard / mutt"  language (a combination of many various tongues / languages). When you look up “Jesus” in the dictionary (online, in a library or its etymology) it will tell you that its word origins is as follows; “Late Latin IESUS (properly pronounced as three syllables) which is from Greek IESOUS, which is an attempt to render into Greek the Aramaic proper name Jeshua (Hebrew YaShuWA) "Jah is salvation," the later form of Hebrew Yĕhowshuwa H3091” (properly spelled YaHuWShuWA). So this tells us that the scriptures where translated from Phoenician / Hebrew to Aramaic, to Greek, to Latin, then finally to English.


The English alphabet is derived from the Latin alphabet, which origins are NOT from the Phoenician / Hebrew alphabet, but in fact from the Greek alphabet. Since the Greek alphabet is derived straight from the Phoenician / Hebrew alphabet, the Greeks recognized that the Phoenician “W” or ו “Waw” in Hebrew, was used as two letters (double letter). The first instance was used as a consonant (which in Greek was called the “Digamma” and looked like a capitol “F”), and the second instance was as the vowel “U”, (which in the Greek is called the “Upsilon” and looked like a capitol “γ”). So we learn that the Greeks didn't recognize the “W” or the “waw” to be a “V”.


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Down through the centuries the Digamma would undergo various changes, and the shape would also change from the "F" to a "C". The Hebrew letter “Waw” is the equivalent for the Greek letter “Upsilon” and not only did the Romans later removed the “tail” from the Greek Upsilon (“γ”) to make it look like the letter “V”, so did the Jews. The Jews changed the Waw (W) to Vav (V), but in recent times, they have also changed the Hebrew letter beyt ב  (B) to vav (V) as well. Therefore, Abraham becomes Avraham, and Yacob becomes Yacov, Tel Abib becomes Tel Aviv, and everyone gets confused. We also discovered that the Jewish Rabbis began to place a ban on using the sacred name of the Creator, hence the name of Y-H-W-H had NOT been pronounced for many centuries. This is why we ALWAYS stress that me MUST go back to the pure origins of the scriptures to find the truth. If NOT, people (including Christians) will proudly call on false names for the Heavenly Father and his son and believe they are 100% correct!  

Encyclopedia Britannica Dictionary Fifth Edition VOL XVI

Published Dec 31, 1817


In the 1600’s, King James hired the Masorites (Hebrew Scribes) to transcribe the Hebrew Scriptures into English. The Masorites inserted English vowel points (Niqqud H5348) into the name Y-H-V-H ( יְהֹוָה ) back in the 10th Century, and this is how they came up with YeHoVaH in the Lenningrad Codex (the oldest Hebrew Manuscript with vowels). But the vee sound or the Hebrew letter Vav was originally pronounced as a Waw.” At the end of the names of prophets, the first three letters to the Father’s name is seen as “YaHuW.”

Examples are:

Isaiah = YaShaYaHuW

Jeremiah = YaRaMiYaHuW

Elijah = ALiYaHuW

Nathaniel = NaTaNYaHuW


In Modern Hebrew, a new grammatical rule was invented known as the "pre-tonal shortening rule" which states that when the Heavenly Father’s name comes at the beginning of a name, it changes from “YaHuW to a “YeHoW.” This “pretonal shortening rule” did NOT exist in the days when YaHuWaH revealed himself to MaShaH (Moses) and the Prophets. Hence, the names of the prophets would’ve been spelled differently in Ancient Hebrew than they are today in Modern Hebrew. 

Examples are seen as follows:

Joshua = Yehoshuwa = YaHuWShuWA (ancient Hebrew)

Jonathan = Yehonathan = YaHuWNaThaN (ancient Hebrew)

Jehovah = Yehovah = YaHuWaH (ancient Hebrew)


Remember in order to get truth we must go back to the pure source before all the changes and modern renditions. Research will also tell us that the letter “V” DOES comes from the “Waw” which is the Phoenician / Hebrew language. The first real distinction between the letters “U” and “V” (after the Greeks) is recorded in a Gothic script from 1386, where the “V” preceded “U”. By the mid-16th century, the “V” form was used to represent the consonant and “U” the vowel sound, giving us the modern letter “U”. Capital “U” was not accepted as a distinct letter until many years later. We understand that ALL semitic (ety def:) languages (Phoenician, Hebrew, Aramaic, Arabic, Ethiopic, etc) have origins and have three things in common, the original pure vowel sounds of a, i and u. So since we have learned that "W" was before the "V" and the "U" can ONLY come from the "W" (which is a double letter), this leaves us to only one conclusion regarding the correct spelling of the Heavenly Fathers true name!






The Origin Of The Hebrew WaW

ACh Micheal (From Followers Of The Way) breaks down the origins of the ABaRiY (Hebrew / Negro) people, the letter 'WaW" and correct spelling of the true QaDaSh name of the Heavenly Father