YHWH – Ya Huwa – Yahuwa

YHWH (English Letters)
Yod, He, Waw, He (Hebrew Letters)

Known as the Tetragrammaton.

The consonants for this secret and sacred name for God are known but not the vowels. In secret societies or Priesthoods this type of thing was/is often done to keep information out of the hands of the “uninitiated.” The information would be passed down verbally and then the consents would be taken out, but someone who has heard it before can figure it out.

H, hw r y td

See, no vowels but you can figure out what I just said.  “Hi, how are you today?”

With our modern science we are just able to prove that sound and vibrations and certain tones can do amazing things. Some are even looking into the possibility of using sound to heal.

New York Times Article on Sound Healing

Well, none of this is new information.

Knowing and using this secret and sacred name of God could (can) create great energy and power. But it is only after knowing how it is pronounced and what it means.

This secret or sacred name of God became so secret and sacred that the actual pronunciation was lost.

Some say it is Jehovah, but we know that can’t be true because there is no J in Hebrew or any of the other Ancient languages.

Some say it is Yahweh.

Look up Yahweh, within the definition they admit they aren’t sure if it is right and admit they don’t know the vowels.

Yah·weh
noun
a form of the Hebrew name of God used in the Bible. The name came to be regarded by Jews ( c. 300 BC) as too sacred to be spoken, and the vowel sounds are uncertain.

The more digging you do, you’ll realize that the academics and the religious have no idea how to pronounce it or what it means.

Well, let’s put our language and etymology hat on (I am not fluent in any language besides English so you can use Google along with me). You *can not* understand the scriptures if you only read them in English. You also can not understand the scriptures if you don’t recognize the previous books and scrolls it was based on and taken from. But that’s another topic for another day…

There’s a lot of background in understanding language, we also need to understand sister or related languages.

Hebrew and Arabic are sister languages. I’ll let you do your own research on that. Don’t believe anything I say, please check it out.

Let’s look at Ya.

Ya

So Google Translate tells us Ya means Oh in Arabic.

The next part, HWH is correctly pronounced Huwa. This word means He in ancient languages and is a reference to God. The sufis in Islam have kept this pronunciation but lost the Yod.

Hu or Huwa (Arabic: هُوَ meaning“He”) is a name for God in Sufism. Literally, Hebrew and Arabic for the English Third person and is used in Sufism to avoid attributation of a grammatical gender to Allah. In Sufism Hu or Huwa is the pronoun used with Allah or God, and is used as a name of God.

So the literal translation would be Oh He. Putting it all together we get “Oh he who is who he is.”

For those well familiar with the Bible, this might sound familiar except just said in the third person instead of the first person. That verse is:

Exodus 3:14
KJV
And God said unto Moses, I AM THAT I AM: and he said, Thus shalt thou say unto the children of Israel, I AM hath sent me unto you.

I usually use the King James Version when quoting the Bible but for the important part of this verse this version is better:

Exodus 3:16
New International Bible
God said to Moses, “I AM WHO I AM. This is what you are to say to the Israelites: ‘I AM has sent me to you.'”

If you look at the Transliteration of this verse you’ll see that the word used for God is Elohim.

Transliteration of Exodus 3

Okay, so we’ve figured out that Ya Huwa or Yahuwa means “Oh he who is who he is”, and now we can see that that comes from Exodus 3:14 when Elohim said to Moses “I am who I am.”

If we read and study and follow the breadcrumbs, even the most sacred secret is usually right in front of our yes.

Alright, so just what did Elohim mean when He said “I am who I am?” It is pretty simple really, what you see is what you get. But guess what, when we learn to fully know and accept ourselves, we will also be able to say “I am who I am.”

Following the breadcrumbs, can this be supported anywhere else in the Bible?

Psalms 82:6
KJV
I have said, Ye are gods; and all of you are children of the most High.

Just for the fun of it, if you look into the transliteration of this verse the same word Elohim is used except previously Elohim was “God” now Elohim is “gods.” First thing we need to realize is there is no lower case or capital letters in Hebrew. So Elohim is the same as ELOHIM is the same as elohim.

Transliteration of Psalms 82

One more stop…

John 10:33-34
KJV
33 The Jews answered him, saying, For a good work we stone thee not; but for blasphemy; and because that thou, being a man, makest thyself God.
34 Jesus answered them, Is it not written in your law, I said, Ye are gods?

If we look into the Greek we see the word Jesus used the word Theoi, which is the plural for God. They try to play tricks again and say Jesus said gods instead of Gods. Simply not true.

In this verse in the New Testament Jesus is quoting the Psalms to show that it isn’t just he whois a God, all of them have the ability to be Gods.

And now if we tie it all together, the way we become Gods is to be able to fully accept and say “I am who I am” by learning to truly know ourselves and fully accepting who we are.

Now go chant Ya Huwa and know that with every utterance of sound and with every meditative breath, you are on your path to Godhood/Goddesshood. In fact, you are already there you just don’t realize it.

For those who want to continue on with their research, Google “Hu Egyptian God.”

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