Pronouncing the Sacred Name Yhwh, “as written”, withough adding the uninspired vowel points!
Very important to remember that “A NAME
IS A SOUND” and if we change the SOUND, by adding the uninspired vowels, we falsify the name, by changing the
sound of it!
When we pronounce the sacred name “as written”, without adding to it, we get a totally different sound/name than if we add more uninspired vowels!
The sacred name Yhwh is the most important subject in the world, because there is salvation, healing, deliverance, and prosperity, etc in it, and his name is magnified above his word, Psalms 138:2. Ask yourself this question, why does the “YH” carry the “Yuh sound” in all of the names of the prophets and others, which has the Father’s name in them??? Also the sound of the name in Hallelujah, that was handed down to us from our ancestors, which means praise Yuh. Names like Elijah, pronounced Eli-Yuh the prophet, which means, “my God is Yuhwuh”, same as Hallelujah, which means “praise Yuh”. Hallelu means praise, and Yuh is the short form of his name YHWH.
Did you know that the scripture teaches that we are wonderfully made, Psalms 139:14, therefore most of us can remember sounds or names that are important to us, like the name of our Creator, or even the name of our spouse.
Even though we can receive information in many ways, “hearing” is the more ordinary and natural way of receiving information!
Ask yourself the question, can and should the sacred name be pronounced as written, Yhwh, without adding any outside uninspired vowels into it, which absolutely changes the original sound/name of Yhwh to a different sound/name, or should we simply pronounce the name as written, Yhwh, prounced Yuhwuh, and getting a natural involuntary “u” sound between the Yh and Wh, making the sound/name Yuhwuh.
Again, if we read the inspired Yh as written, we get an involuntary “u” sound between the Y and h, making the sound of Yuh, as in hallelujah (Hallelu Yuh), which means praise Yuh.
choose to add an uninspired “a” or “e” between the Y and h,
that was placed in there by men who followed
the tradition not to say the sacred name, we get a totally
different sound/name, remember a name is a sound, and we do not
want to give glory to another name.
The evidence shows that this is where the names Yah, as in Yahweh, and Yeh, as in Yehovah comes from.
I believe we are unwittingly falsifying the original sound/name by adding the uninspired vowels, because when we do, it changes the sound/name, from the original sound, that Moses heard, which he captured with four letters, NOT six or seven, when adding the uninspired vowels to the inspired four vowels, changing the sound, and therefore changing the name!
The sound of the Yh in the prophets names and the word Hallelu Yuh that was handed down to us from our ancestors, is very compelling evidence, but is not our strongest point, our strongest point is the inspired 4 vowel, which makes the sound of the sacred name Yuhwuh, when read as written, without adding anything to it, and it is a fact that the uninspired vowels will change that sacred sound/name, when added to it.
You can look up Jehovah in the encyclopedia, and it explains how the vowels from Adonai/master were never intended to be added to the name Yhwh, but to remind the reader not to read the Yhwh as written, because they said it is too holy, hundreds of years later, in the 1500 ders, a man named Peter Gaddis did it any way, probably not understanding what the vowel points were there for in the first place!
What about evidence?
There is absolutely no evidence to support the name Yahweh or Jehovah and the very foundation of what evidence that some claim, is based on the uninspired vowel points of Adonai being added up into the inspired four letter sacred name, thereby changing the sacred sound and in turn changing the sacred name! What evidence is that?
That is the only evidence they have, which is not evidence at all, because it is based on man made uninspired vowel points added to the inspired Yhwh which alters the sound of the sacred sound that Yhwh originally makes when pronounced as written.
Again, there is absolutely no credible evidence to support the pronunciation of Yahweh or Jehovah because BOTH rely on the added uninspired man made vowel points!
When reading the whole article, I present positive proof that “BEFORE” the uninspired vowels were added into the sacred name of Yhwh, the sound of the name of our Creator was pronounced as written, “Yuhwuh”, as in Hallelu Yuh, which is the sacred sound that went into all the earth and was handed down to us from our ancestors!
Another way the sound of the sacred name was preserved and handed down to us other than in the word Hallelu Yuh, which Hallelu means praise and “Yuh” is the name of the one who is to be praised, and the Yh is found in many biblical names, and is pronounced Yuh in Hebrew.
The sound that the Yh originally made, Yh begins the short form of Yhwh, is preserved in many of the prophets names like Eli-Jah which means my God is Yuh-Wuh, and is pronounced Eli-Yuh in Hebrew. The name Judah, is actually Yuh-hoo-daw in Hebrew, and is another one of the more glaring proofs of the sound that the YH originally carried, “before” the uninspired vowel letter “a’ was forced in-between the Y and H.
Why would anyone want to add the uninspired vowels to the inspired sacred four letter name of Yhwh, which already consisted of four vowels, and change the sound of the sacred name of Yhwh (Yuh wuh) to Yahweh or Jehovah???
I have never been presented with any conclusive proof of the Yahweh or Jehovah pronunciation.
Again , when we add an uninspired “e” between the Y and H, we get a Yee sound as in Jehovah and when we add an uninspired “a” in between the Y and H, we get a Yah sound, as in Yahweh, but when pronouncing it as it was originally written, we will get an involuntary “u” sound as in hallelu Yuh, the sound that went into all the earth back then, and is all the earth today. (Exodus 9:16 and Romans 9:17).
Again, there is absolutely no conclusive evidence to support the name Yahweh or Jehovah as being the sacred sound or sacred name. If I have missed it, I would like to see or hear it. Hallelu Ye or Isaia Ye was never handed down to us.
Whether deliberate, in order to keep us from saying the name, or through an honest mistake, we have been lied to.
Jer 16:19 says,
“O LORD (Yuhwuh), my strength, and my fortress, and my refuge in the day of affliction, the “Gentiles” was
shall come unto thee from the ends of the earth, and shall say, Surely our fathers have “inherited lies”, vanity,
and things wherein there is “no profit”.
Jer 16:20 Shall a man make gods unto himself, and they are no gods?
Jer 16:21 Therefore, behold, I will this once cause them to know, I will cause them to know mine hand and my might; and they shall “know that my name is The LORD (Yuhwuh).”
NOTICE how that the inherited lies, is connected with not knowing the correct name, which he will eventually cause us to know!
Notice also that he
will cause them to know that his name is “Y h w h”, NOT
Y a h w e h, Y e h o w a h, or any other name with more than four letters!
His name has been forgotten, Jeremiah 23:27.
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Rom 10:9 “That if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus (Yhwh), and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved…..
Rom 10:17 “So then faith cometh by “hearing”, and
“hearing” by the word of God.
Rom 10:18 But I say, Have they not “heard”? Yes verily, their “sound” went into all the earth, and their words unto the ends of the world.” (Read Roman’s 10:9-18 and see the connection between the name (Yhwh) in verse 9 and the sound in verse 18)
The above is speaking of “hearing” and calling upon Yhwh in the flesh of his son!!!
Even though we can receive information in other ways, “hearing” is the more ordinary and natural way of receiving information. Especially during the biblical times when there was no printing presses.
People “heard” the sound of the sacred name that was declared throughout the whole earth (Ex-9:16), and handed that sound/name down to us, from generation to generation.
Even though most people have forgotten what hallelu-Yuh even means, they are still saying or “sounding” it the way it was passed down to us, in all languages, from our ancestors. This is no coincidence.
The “sound” of the sacred name is recorded in many of the prophets like Eli-Yuh, which means my God is Yuhwuh. Who could ever forget the sound of his name, a man that could shut up the heavens that it rain not?
Also names like Yuh hoo daw (Judah), which means praisers of Yuh wuh, the tribe that the Messiah is from, which sounds are also handed down to us in the Hebrew.
We receive this information by “hearing”, which is far more reliable than the uninspired vowels that men, who followed the tradition not to say the sacred name, added into the inspired four vowels of the sacred name, changing the sacred sound of it.
It is an undeniable fact, that adding an “a” or “e” to the sacred name will change the sacred sound away from the sound it will make if pronounced as written.
Mal 3:16 says,
“Then they that feared the LORD (YHWH) spake often one to another: and the LORD (YHWH) hearkened, and heard it, and
a “book of remembrance” was written before him “for them” that feared the LORD (YHWH), and that “thought
upon his name”.
Mal 3:17 And they shall be mine, saith the LORD (YHWH) of hosts, in that day when I make up my jewels; and I will spare them, as a man spareth his own son that serveth him.”
(How would you like to be in that book of remembrance?)
Psa 91:14 “Because he hath set his love upon me, therefore will
I deliver him: I will set him on high, “because” he hath “known my name”.
Psa 91:15 He (he that knows name) shall call upon me, and I will “answer him”: I will be with him in trouble; I will “deliver him”, and honour him.
Psa 91:16 With long life will I satisfy him, and shew him my salvation.”
It is said that the above promises are referring to the Messiah, but I believe they are also extended to all the children of YHWH that “know his name” to call on it.
And he will also be with us in time of trouble; And He will also deliver us, “because” we know his right name to call on it for deliverance, Joel 2:32.
We have scripture showing that these promises can apply to us also, who live Godly in the Messiah and “call on his name”. But how can we call on his name if we don’t really believe and know it? (Romans 10:13-14)
There is salvation, healing, deliverance, prosperity etc in the name Yhwh.
There is a way to conclusively prove what “sound” the Father’s name carried “BEFORE” the uninspired man made vowel points were added to change the sound, which we can do, because the short form of his name is recorded in many of his prophets name, long “before” the man made vowel points were added, like Elijah (Yuh), which means my God is “Yuh” and is pronounced Eli-Yuh in the Hebrew, and also in the international praise of Hallelu Yuh, which means praise Yuh, and is in all the earth and goes all the way back to Exodus, see (Ex-9:16 and Romans 9:17!
The sound of Hallelujah is handed down to us from our ancestors and is said the same throughout the whole earth.
The Father’s name is in the name Elijah (Eli Yuh), the YH (Jah) in Elijah’s name in Hebrew is definitely sounded or is pronounced “Yuh”, same as in Hallelu Yuh, which is the sacred sound that is handed down unchanged to us today from our ancestors.
Even though we have the “jah” in Hallelu jah and the jah in Eli jah, it is the YH and is still sounded and pronounced “YuH”, with a natural involuntary “u” vowel sound which comes naturally when pronouncing or sounding the YH (try it).
I prefer the natural occurring “u” sound far above the forced man made vowels “a” or “e”, that were added into the inspired YHWH by men who followed the tradition not to say or sound the sacred name YHWH as it was originally written, and try to cause us to do the same, which happens if we follow the tradition of these men, and it could possibly make our worship vain (calling on the wrong sound/name), if we are following the comments of men not to say the right name, and by doing so, calling on a different name/sound all together.
Remember, it is undeniable that a name is a sound, and if we change the sound, we change the name, and no one knew this any better than the men who added the vowels into the original YHWH, for that very purpose!
When placing the uninspired “a” or “e” between the Y and H, it creates the Yah or Yeh sound, and if this was the right sound/name, these men would have been going against their own tradition of not to say the sacred name, which is NOT in keeping with their tradition not to vocalize it.
“If” adding the “a” and “e” vowels were correct, which causes us to say Yahweh or Jehovah, they would have vowel pointed the name with something besides the “a” or “e”, in order to keep us from sounding it right!
if we depend on either of these added vowels, adding them into the
sacred name, changing the sacred sound,
we will not have the same sound/name that Moses captured with
only four letters (which were vowels themselves, according to
Josephus who lived back then, (The War of the Jews, Book 5. 5.
Elijah or Eliah = “my God is YHWH.
Notice that these men (who followed the tradition not to say the sacred name) vowel points an “a” vowel to go between the Y and H, to make you sound Yah, instead of YH (Yuh), BUT this was done “AFTER” the sound of the sacred name “Yuh” was well established in Eli-Yuh the prophet’s name, and that sound will never change in the Hebrew language because the sound of his name was and is so well known.
Remember, this man Elijah (Eli-Yuh) was very great in the earth, and could even shut up the heavens that it rain not. Who could ever forget the sound of his name so quickly? Remember, the sound of the Creator’s name YH/Yuh was well recorded in Eli-Yuh’s name “BEFORE” the added vowels came along, and therefore the added vowels had no affect on the Yuh “sound” of the YH in his name.
here to hear it correctly pronounced or sounded in Hebrew,
without the man made vowel “a” added to it. Remember
that when anyone pronounces the jah, or the Yh, as Yeh or Yah,
it is because of the influence of the uninspired vowels that
were added to the sacred name YHWH by the Mazarite Jews, look
up where the name Jehovah comes from in Encyclopedia etc.
You can clearly hear the Yuh sound, same as in Hallelu Yuh and other names with iah or jah in them!
Remember Elijah’s name in Hebrew was so well-established “BEFORE” the added vowels, and therefore the vowel points could not change that which was already established.
How wise is our All Mighty Creator to do that, record his name in the names of so many, that it will continue as long as the sun?
Psa 72:17 “His name shall endure for ever: his name shall be “continued” as long as the sun: and men shall be blessed in him: all nations shall call him blessed.”
His name is “continued” through his children, sons and daughters who are in the family of YHWH.
He actually recorded the sound of his name in such a way that is even better than the best of any man made tape recorder that can be, manipulated, stolen, rotten, etc, and the recorded sound is absolutely more reliable than written letters that is salted with vowels that are added not just by men, but by religious men who strictly followed a strict tradition not to say the sacred name, who well knew that a name is a sound and can be changed by adding only one vowel, which they did in order to keep people from reading the original name of YH-WH.
Names like Jecon-iah also has the Father’s name in them, as many of the prophets and others whose name ends or begins in iah or jah, which is pronounced YH (Yuh), “BEFORE” the uninspired vowels were added by men who followed the tradition not to say or sound the sacred name of YH (Yuh) as in hallelujah or the YHWH (Yuh Wuh) when the YHWH is sounded as written, by anyone who can read. Just sound those letters that are equal to the Hebrew letters, without adding any vowels, and the right vowels will come automatically!
These uninspired men forced an “a” or “e” between the Y and H to make some pronounce Yah, as in Yahweh or Yahwah and the “e” to make others say Yeh as in Jehovah or Yehowah etc, because of their tradition. Ask yourself which camp you are in, the Yahweh or Jehovah?
equals or means “Jehovah (YHWH) will establish” (according to Strong) and the iah (YH) on the end is clearly pronounced
“Yuh”, same as in the international praise Hallelujah, sounded “Hallelu Yuh”. Hallelu means praise,
and “YuH” is the name of the one to be praised, it’s that simple!
Click below to hear the iah (YH) of Jeconiah’s name pronounced in Hebrew.
Another man’s name that has the Father’s name/sound in it is “Judah”, which = “praised Yuh Wuh”, which sound goes all the way back to Gen-29:35, which is also “BEFORE” the man made vowel point system was added, and the YH sound in it is also “Yuh”, as in Hallelu Yuh and Eli Yuh etc.
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I believe the reason that the wise and prudent scholars can’t agree and have not been able to conclusively prove one way or the other, is because they are not tracing the “sacred sound” back far enough, “before the added vowels”, and trusting in YHWH, but instead, they are trusting in the arm of flesh and putting confidence in man, Psalms 118:8, running after the letters instead of the sacred sound, remember a name is a sound! We are fearfully and wonderfully made and can hand down a sound better than any recorder.
The YH in Joshua also makes the Yuh sound, as in Hallelu Yuh, etc.
Joshua equals Yuh ho shua which means YHWH saved.
From H3068 and H3467; Jehovah-saved; Jehoshua (that is, Joshua), the Jewish leader:
Click here to hear it pronounced in Hebrew
Even the name of the city Jerusalem is brought over sound for sound, because names are transliterated, not translated!
Even though there’s an e (:) between the “Y” and “R” in Jerusalem, the Hebrew “yod” (Y in English), still Carries the Yuh R sound, not a Ye sound because it is the name of a city, Jerusalem, and is transLITERated, not translated, the literal sound for sound of the letters!
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When you remove the man made vowels or vowel points from other names , like Joshua, Isaiah, Jerusalem, etc, it still has the same sounds, and if we pull the added vowels back out of the sacred name, it should also still sound the same, and it will if we sound the YHWH as written!
If the sacred sound of the sacred name YHWH is Jehovah or Yahweh and we we pull the man made added vowels from the YHWH, it should still make the sound of Yahweh or Jehovah, but it don’t, it makes the YuH WuH sound, with the natural involuntary “u” sound!
Now if the sacred name/sound is YuH WuH, and when we pull the natural involuntary “u” vowels out of the YHWH, it still makes the same sound when pronouncing the YHWH, just like other names because the natural involuntary “u” vowel sound comes back every time.
The “u” vowel sound is built or baked in and when pronouncing the YHWH, it comes in automatically!
Again, the above is also consistent with the sacred sound/name in the word Hallelujah (Yuh) that is handed down to us from our ancestors, which means praise Yuh!
They are not being consistent with the transliterated YH sound!
Joshu wuh and Joshu Way
If they were hiding the sound of the sacred name, by putting the E or “A” between the Y and H, what was the sound they was hiding “without” the “E” and “A”, or “before” they added the “E” or “A”???
In other words, is there no way of knowing what the YHWH sounded before the man-made vowels???
In other words, what sound would the YHWH have made without adding an “a” or “e” vowel to the sacred sound/name which already consisted of four vowel?
What sound was the inspired YHWH making by itself, that the uninspired men wanted to hide, by adding more vowels to change or hide the true original inspired sound?
I believe most modern day scholars know that putting an “e” between the YH in order to make a Yeh sound, is not correct, because it never carries that sound in any of the prophets names or the word hallelujah, how can we trust that putting an “a” between the YH in other places to make the sound of Yah is correct either?
People do not say Hallelu Yee, or Eli-Yee etc.
After all, the same men that followed the tradition not to say (or sound) the sacred name of the YH in the long form (YHWH), by adding an e between the Y and H, were the same men who added an a between the Y and H in the prophets names and other places!
Even if we can not accept the handed down sound of Yuh, with the natural involuntary “u” sound verses the forced man made “a” or “e” sound, which is added by men who would not even vocalize the name, because of their tradition, it is still a far better choice to go with the Yuh sound and the YHWH and sound it as written.
Why go with Yuh? First and foremost, is because that is what is written and that is the unmistakable sound it makes when we read it, and we have many witness to this sacred sound of Yuh that has been handed down to us unchanged, from our ancestors. The name was declared throughout the whole earth, and handed down to us from generation to generation in Hallelu Yuh. It is an international praise, and said the same in all major languages throughout the whole earth, Chinese, Russian, English, German etc. Hallelu means praise and Yuh is the name of the one to be praised.
Many new comers to the sacred name movement are told to say Hallelu YAH, but that is not the name that they previously used and neither did all their ancestors. They correctly said Hallelu Yuh, and the same with the prophets names that has been handed down, having the YH (Yuh) sound in their name.
Just read the YHWH and sound it as written, same as you do with all the other words and names of prophets and cities etc.
Just like the city Jerusalem with out the vowels
Y r s l m
City of Bethlehem
B thl h m
The name Judah
Y d h
To the Church in Philadelphia
Rev 3:7 And to the angel of the church in Philadelphia write; These things saith he that is holy, he that is true, he that hath the key of David, he that openeth, and no man shutteth; and shutteth, and no man openeth;
Rev 3:8 I know thy works: behold, I have set before thee an open door, and no man can shut it: for thou hast a little strength, and hast kept my word, and “hast not denied my name (sound)”.
These men that followed the tradition not to say the sacred name, placed an “e” between the Y and H in the full form of the name YHWH approximately 7,000 times, causing the “Yeh” sound as in Yehovah.
These same men placed an “a” between the Y and H in the short form of the sacred name approximately 50 times, causing it to make a “Yah” sound, as in Yahweh or Yahwah or Yahway, which ever.
You would think that later day scholars would choose the “Yeh” sound above the Yah sound, because of the long form of the name and it written that way so many more times than the short form.
I believe that many of the scholars could not bring themselves to choose the “Yeh” sound, even though you have so many more “Yehs” (app 7,000), in the YHWH, than the Yahs, and they could have made this choice because they knew that none of the prophets names ever made the “Yeh” sound, and they knew the prophets has the YH sound in their name!
And neither did any of them sing Hallelu Yeh in the assembly.
Therefore they went with the Yah sound, possibly because they didn’t know the sacred name already consisted of four vowels, and didn’t need any more.
If we can’t trust the “e” between the Y and H in YHWH (over 6,000), how can we trust the “a” between the Y and H (50 times)?
The same men that followed the tradition not say the sacred name also added the “a” between the Y and H, which no more right than the added “e” !
יָהּ The “T” looking mark under the YH equals an “a” vowel between the Y and H, making a Yah sound as his name. If Yah truly was the sound of the name in Psalms 68:4 and the prophets names etc, why did they vowel point it correctly, and thus or therefore causing the reader to pronounce the sacred name correctly, when the tradition they followed forbids this???
The same thing in many of the prophets names like Isaiah יְשַׁעְיָה
Which means YHWH has saved or YHWH saves. Again, why give away the sound of the sacred name, which goes against their tradition?
When we do not add more vowels to the sacred name, and pronounce it as written, the name YH is sounded Yuh as in Hallelu Yuh, Eli-Yuh, and IsaYuh etc.
The ancient Paleo Hebrew has no vowel points, and to my knowledge, there has never been any artifacts uncovered with vowel points and neither does the Dead Sea Scrolls writings have vowel points.
Before the vowel points, they just sounded the YHWH as written, and what ever needed vowel came automatically.
The uninspired vowels can also change words to mean something different than what is written, making the user of these vowels the interpreters of scripture with their own private interpretations.
Peter reminds us that the scripture of old came to us without the vowel points, which can be “manipulated” by the will of man, and thereby creating a private interpretation.
2Pe 1:20 says, “Knowing
this first, that no prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation.
2Pe 1:21 For the prophecy came not in old time by the will of man: but holy men of God spake as they were moved by the Holy Ghost.”
There are many scriptures that teaches that we are to sing praise to his name, as in Hallelu Yuh, or praise YH (Yuh), and that way it will be handed down from our ancestors through song.
Psa 91:14 “Because he hath set his love upon me, therefore will I deliver
him: I will set him on high, “because” he hath known my name.
Psa 91:15 He shall call upon me, and I will answer him: I will be with him in trouble; I will “deliver him”, and honour him.
Psa 91:16 With long life will I satisfy him, and shew him my salvation.”
I believe that scripture can be correctly interpreted from scripture along, without the extra vowels that were added by men.
It is like they are saying that the name/sound can not be known apart from the added vowels!
There is a reason that scholars cannot agree on the sound of the sacred name, which is actually a sacred sound, even though they have been studying this very subject for hundreds of years, and are still not 100% sure of the sound/name, even though the scripture teaches we can know 100% for sure what the sound/name is.
People don’t realize it, but they subconsciously believe that if the vowels had never been added, no one would ever have a chance of knowing the sound of the sacred name, “from scripture along”, but the truth is the opposite. With the added vowels, no one can possibly know, because none of us lived back then, and all they can do is make the best GUESS they can, from their studies, but it is still just a GUESS, and no one can ever be for sure, using the man made vowel point method!
What evidence do we have for Yah?
Is there any audible evidence recorded for Yah?
One thing the scholars have proven, after hundreds of years of diligent study, is that they can not conclusively prove the sound of the sacred name by the method they are using, or they would all agree, instead of saying there is no way of knowing for sure, which is actually contrary to scripture, which conclusively teaches that his people will know his name!
What in the world would we do without the uninspired vowels that they added, would anyone ever know the sacred name, that the scripture teaches we can know???
“We have tradition and “sounds handed down unchanged” from The All Mighty to the patriarchs to the present day.”
Some things we are commanded to teach to our children and children’s children, such as the law which specifically says to praise YHWH, or to Hallelu (praise) YH (Yuh).
Deu 4:10 Specially the day that thou stoodest before the LORD thy God in Horeb, when the LORD said unto me, Gather me the people together, and I will make them hear my words, that they may learn to fear me all the days that they shall live upon the earth, and that “they may teach their children”
The different choices between the Yeh, the Yah, and the Yuh sound is that two of them
has an uninspired “e” and “a” vowel sound forced between the Y and H, by a group of uninspired men
called Masoretes which added them to the inspired Hebrew text, thus changing the name/sound.
This causes the reader to make a different sound than they would normally have made when reading the unadulterated inspired YH as written by the inspired prophet Moses and other holy men that were also moved by the Holy Spirit.
Remember, they observed the tradition that the sacred sound of the sacred name was too Holy to pronounce, so don’t think it strange that they would change the true sound of the YH (Yuh) to Yeh or Yah, by placing one of their vowels between the Y and H (vowels), changing the original sound and in turn, changing the name!
There is a reason why the scholars today have not conclusively proven the sound of the sacred name, and therefore they have simply made their best guess from their studies, and when all is said and done, it is still just a GUESS. This problem goes away when we follow the “sound” of the sacred name that is handed down to us from generation to generation from our ancestors.
The scholars have been studying and debating this for hundreds of years, and not one of them, that I know of, claims to know 100% for sure. How could they know, because ones GUESS is as good as another one’s. There is absolutely positively no way that they could know for sure, when using an uninspired vowel point system!
One of the reason is because they are looking in the wrong place, and working from a false premise that the sacred four letters needed some outside help in how to pronounce the sacred name.
Remember, these same men that added these vowel points followed the tradition of not saying the sacred name and therefore they would add a vowel between the Y and H, and the W and H, to make you say or sound something different, thinking they are doing good by protecting the sound, which is actually the sacred name, because the sacred name is a sacred sound!
They should be looking for the sound that the sacred four letter name YHWH makes without without adding more letters!
Noticed that I gave you two of the options, the Yeh, and the Yah, which has the uninspired vowels between the YH and between the WH, but what about the unadulterated YH or Yuh sound?
There is a super big (major) HUGE difference between the Yeh, and the Yah sound which you get when reading the man-made vowels into the text, and the Yuh sound that comes naturally when just reading the unadulterated YH, without any added man made vowels!
You will automatically get an involuntary vowel sound when sounding the inspired YH (Yuh), like the sound of the Father’s name In Hallelujah, which is handed down to us from our ancestors. You DO NOT add the “u” sound or anything to the inspired word, it is built in with the YH and WH, and it will come out when pronouncing or sounding the YH or WH as it was written by Moses, and that without any outside vowels, and the sacred sound will be just as fresh and clear as the day Moses captured the sound of the sacred name (Exodus 3:15) with the four letters that equals our English YHWH letters and it is sounded (Yuh Wuh) when sound the inspired letters without adding to them, and when you put it in front of BABES that ay learning to read, they will say the same thing, and then you will hear the right sound for yourself.
Mathew 21:16 says, “Out of the mouth of BABES and sucklings thou hast perfected praise?” And there’s another scripture that teaches that somethings are hid from the wise and prudent (Possibly scholars), and revealed unto BABES, Mathew 11:25.
The Hallelu means praise, and the Yuh is the sound of his Mighty name YH, Psalms 68:4!
In order to find the truth, we must find and accept the facts, and that in itself is a fact.
# 1. In order to change a name, you must change the sound, because a name is a sound, that is a fact.
It is also a fact that the same people who added the vowels points to the inspired word, are the same people who followed the tradition not to say the sacred name, therefore they would add vowel points in order to change the sound of the sacred name to make you say something else. And when you change the sound of a name, you change the name, no matter how slightly you change it. Remember a name is a sound!
These people’s tradition taught the sacred name was too Holly and too sacred for people to say, which is contrary to the scripture.
They for the most part were successful in this, but there was one thing they could not do, and that was change the sound that had already went into all the earth through the word hallelujah (Yuh) and through the sound of the Father’s name that he placed in many of his prophets and others.
Example: they added an “e” vowel into the original inspired YH sound of the Father’s name in the name YH hoo daw to make later day scholars sound something different, because of the tradition they had to not to say the sacred name (why wouldn’t they?), but the original sound of the tribe of YH hoo daw, without this added vowel had already been established BEFORE, same as the sound of hallelujah today, and many unto this day still pronounce YH (Yuh) hoo daw from the original sound/name YH (Yuh) as in HalleluYuh! The ones that don’t, add the man made vowels to a name that already consisted of four vowels, according to Josephus who lived back then. (The War of the Jews, Book 5. 5. 7.)
I believe this is why the All Wise Father put the sound of his name in the prophets, and Hallelujah (Yuh) etc and handed it down to us from our ancestors, because a sound is much more reliable than changeable vowel pointed letters!
Vowels can be deceitful
How do we explain why some pronounce or sound the YH in YH hoo daw as Yuh, same as in Hallelu Yuh, and some sound the YH as Ye, Ye hoo daw as in Yehovah?
Remember it is very important to understand that whatever sound the YH makes without added vowels, is the Father’s name. Is it Yeh, Yah, or Yuh?
I personally don’t believe his name is YEH, or Yah, but that’s the sound you have when you add these uninspired vowel points. But if you leave it alone, a babe will pronounce it Yuh as in hallelujah, the sound that was handed down to us from our ancestors, and is an international praise to YH/Yuh!
What is wrong with pronouncing it as written by the inspired prophet Moses and others?
I believe the reason for the two pronunciations is that some added to the scripture, the uninspired vowels when reading, and obviously some stayed with the sound of the tribe of YH hoo daw and Hallelujah that was handed down to them from their ancestors. Obviously the ones that stayed with the original sound, paid no attention to the man made vowels, because they knew it was wrong and they trusted and stayed with the sound of the the name of YH hoo daw that was handed down to them from the tribe of YH hoo daw.
I know of no other logical explanation, and any child learning to read will make the same exact sound today when seeing the YH, Yuh, in YH hoo daw if you do not add the e or any other letter, but it you add the “e”, it is a whole new ballgame, they will pronounce it also.
The inspired YH did not need a vowel added to make it say Yeh or an a to make it say Yah, which I believe to be a corruption of the Father’s name, his name is Yuh as in Hallelu Yuh which means praise YUH, which the YH sounds when being pronounced as written!
I guess the bottom line is whether or not you believe that the added vowels should be applied to the four letter sacred name, which already consist of four vowels, according to a scholar named Josephus, who lived during the time that the temple was still standing. (The War of the Jews, Book 5. 5. 7.)
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The name YH (Yuh) in all the earth
A name is a sound. When we are in search of the “true name”, we are really in search of the “true sound”, because a name is a sound, and we actually have the sound as it was handed down to us from our ancestors, which sound/name is YH (Yuh) as in Hallelu YH or YH (Yuh) hoo daw.
We must not add more man made vowels to the sacred sound that the four letter name makes, which will change the sacred sound/name that the inspired Moses captured with only four vowels when he heard it and wrote it down.
We must pronounce or make the sacred sound/name AS WRITTEN by Moses, and the YH will make the sound of YH, as in Hallelu YH (Yuh), and the WH will make the sound of WH, as in Joshua. Joshua or Jehoshua = “Jehovah (YHWH) is salvation” H3091 in Strong’s, or Isaiah or Jesaiah or Jeshaiah = “Jehovah (YHWH) has saved” H3470 in Strong’s, both having the WH sound for salvation in them.
YHWH wanted his name declared throughout all the earth (Ex-9:16 and Rom-9:17), but was he able to accomplish what he wanted, and how did he accomplish it???
Is his name still in all the earth today, and if not, where did it go, or did the All Mighty fail to get it into all the earth???
I believe he did get his name into all the earth and the sound of his name is still in all the earth in Hallelu YH (Yuh), because that means praise YH, which is his name (Psalms 68:4), and is said the same in every church service throughout the whole earth and in every language on earth. It is the sound YH, that makes his name, not YAH.
Not only in Hallelu YH, is the Fathers name/sound, but it is in many of the prophets and righteous men in the Bible. Men like YH (Yuh) hoo daw (Judah) H3063 in Strong’s, which means YH praised, Gen-29:35.
If the sound of the sacred name was handed down to us in Hallelu YH, why would we change the sound of Hallelu YH to Hallelu YAH?
Again, if we are commanded to say Hallelu YH, why change the sound of that name to YAH, by adding more vowels to the inspired name YHWH, through Moses, wrote down?
Bottom line is that the sound of the creator’s name of YH which is in many of the prophets name, like YH hoo daw (Judah) H3063 in Strong’s, which means YH praised, Gen-29:35, and it always carries the sound of the name of God as YH (Yuh), and NEVER YAH!
Also the phrase “praise ye the LORD/YH”, which equals Hallelu YH, also carries the sound of YH which is handed down to us from our ancestors as YH (Yuh), not YAH, same as the YH in YH hoo daw, or YH (Yuh) hoo daw. Remember a name is a sound, and the sound of the Father’s name is handed down to us from our ancestors as YH (Yuh), NOT Yah, no matter what the wise and prudent scholars say.
What matters is what YHWH through the inspired prophet Moses says!
We must pronounce the sacred name as written, no more and no less!
There’s no denying that the sound of the Fathers name in the prophets names and Hallelu Yh is the Yuh sound, and there’s no way around it, and even the little children that is learning to read, will sound it that way!
How to pronounce the sacred name YHWH.
We must first confess that a name is a sound, and if we change that sound, we change that name, even if we slightly change it, it is still changed.
Some things are hidden in simplicity. We must sound the name *as written* by the inspired Moses (Exodus 3:15), its that simple.
A name is a sound, and all you have to do is sound the four Enghish letters YHWH which equals the sound of the four Hebrew letter name, yod he wah he, and you will have the same sound that Moses captured with the four Hebrew letters of his alphbet. The yod is a y sound in Hebrew and the Hebrew letter he is a h sound, and YH in English.
People throughout the whole earth were commanded to praise the “self existing one” by the name YH, which means “self exist”, and only one being can claim this name whose name alone is YHWH (Psalms 83:18), and he alone self exists, and he accomplished this through the phrase Hallelu YH! Hallelu meaning praise, and YH is the name, or sound to be praised, NOT Yah.
After showing his great power through the mighty acts when bringing the children of Israel out of Egypt so that the sound of that name would never be lost even to this day, through the word Hallelujah/HalleluYH.
I can see how that the name YH (Psalms 68:4), is throughout all the earth in the sound of Hallelujah, and is sounded the same in every language on earth, even to this day. Even though it is written Hallelujah, the “jah” still makes the YH sound, not the jah or YAH sound, even unto this day in every language on earth.
How could this have possibly happened???
It is a miracle. In Exodus 9:16, speaking of Pharaoh, It says, “And in very deed for this cause have I raised thee up, for to shew in thee my power; and that my name (sound) may be declared (speak, talk, tell), throughout all the earth.” The apostle Paul repeat this verse again in Romans 9:17, and I believe that is how Hallelujah is in all the earth today, and it still carries the YH sound of his name in every language, and the sound of the YH is still correct in all the earth!
I believe he succeeded and got the sound of his name into all the earth and it is still there, and the correct sound is said the same in every language, and that’s no coincidence!
And the sound hasn’t changed from YH to YAH.
Think about this, the parents of the children in every language on earth and millions of people in each language, has passed the same sound of the name (YH) which is in Hallelujah down to their children from the time of leaving Egypt (app 6,000 years ago) to this very day, and to my knowledge, not one of the many many languages on earth has dared to change the sacred sound of the YH to YAH, they never missed a beat.
The name YHWH in the short form YH is written at least 49 times, and in
Psalm 102:18-19 KJVS, and seems to be saying that people in the future will be saying HalleluYH, it says,
 “This shall be written for the generation to come: and the people which shall be created shall “praise the Lord” (or HalleluYH).  For he hath looked down from the height of his sanctuary; from heaven did the LORD (YHWH) behold the earth; …”
The word “Lord” in the above is the name YH and the phrase “praise the Lord”, sounds like it could be saying that future people (who are in spiritual bondage) will be saying HalleluYH when gathered together in church, verse 20 – 22, like they are doing today. Of course most don’t even know what they are saying. Hallelu means praise, and the YH is the one to praise or Hallelu.
You can take the sound of the sacred name which is stored in letters, which sound can later be pulled out and heard by others, and the sound would be as plain, clear, and fresh as if the name was just spoken to them. Remember a name is a sound!
The sound of the sacred name was actually recorded and the recorded sound is handed down to us today by the YH in many of the prophets and other righteous men’s name, and the word Hallelujah/HalleluYH.
Again, there’s absolutely no way that the sound of the YH could have ever gotten lost, because the sound of the name is recorded throughout all the earth in the name Hallelujah, and in many of the prophets names.
The Bible says that we are fearfully and wonderfully made, and our minds can record and store such an important sound of our creator’s name and hand it down from generation to generation.
It would take a miracle for thousands upon thousands of proud people to forget the sound of their tribal family name (Judah which means praise YH, and which has the sound of YH in it), and imagine a child, that hears the sound of their name called out thousands of times when growing up, to forget their name, and if they did, the parents would remind them, same as the thousands of a tribe would remind someone of the family tribal name if they somehow could forget it.
The sound of the name YHWH was stored in tables of stone, writing with the finger of YHWH himself, in the Ten Commandments.
The reason the YH sound, or shortened form of the name YHWH was stored in the names of many of the prophets, was to make sure it would never be lost, because the sound of their names were heard every day for years and correctly handed down to us and thereby by naming their children after them it would be impossible to loose the sound/name.
The name Judah says it all, and it has the sacred name stored in it, which name means praise YH and the YH is pronounced YH, not YAH.
Gen 29:35 “And she conceived again, and bare a son: and she said, Now will I “praise the LORD” (YHWH): therefore she called his name “Judah”; and left bearing.”
From H3034; celebrated; Jehudah (or Judah), the name of five Israelites; also of the tribe descended from the first, and of its territory: – Judah.
Total KJV occurrences: 820 times.”
Remember the Hebrew is read from right to left and the יְה (YH) is on the right side of the Hebrew name but English is read from left to right, YH- hoo-daw, and we don’t need those two little dots under the “Y”, telling us to add an “e” between the Y and H.
Who could ever forget the sound of the sacred name that is stored in the tribe that our Savior comes from, the tribe whose name means praise YH, (YH- hoo-daw)?
https://forvo.com/languages/he/is a website that will pronounce names in Hebrew.
Four vowels were used to make the sacred name!!!
When the four letters of the sacred name is transliterated, literally brought over sound for sound into English letters, NOT translated, we simply sound the sacred name as written by Moses.
Who says that we have to supply more vowels letters to the sacred four letter name (which all ready consist of four vowels), and what vowels should we add to the sacred name that Moses wrote down with only four letters?
While we are at it, why not throw in a few consonants also?
It makes sense to me, to just find out what sound those four letters carries, and just pronounce it as written by Moses, whose job it was to capture the sound, which he did, with only four letters, no more, and no less.
It doesn’t even matter whether the four letters are vowels or consonants, but what matters is what sounds they make all by themselves, as written by Moses. It is not our job to edit God’s word or his name, but to believe what is written, as written.
Again a name is a sound, and the short form of the sacred name (YH) is preserved in many of the prophets names, also in the word Hallelujah, and is pronounced Hallelu YH, not YAH. The name Isaiah, Jeremiah, Nehemiah, and many other names, and the iah, and jah, equals the Hebrew YH sound. The “i” was originally a “y” which can be verified in the World Book Encyclopedia etc, and you do not need the vowel “a” in between the “i” and “h”, which makes the YH sound of the sacred name, and you do not need an “a” between the “WH” either.
It appears to me that the bottom line is that each of the four letters that make up the sacred name of the Almighty carriers a certain sound which should not be polluted with any other vowels or consonants letters that changes that sound! It could be that simple. Remember that a name is a sound, and when you change the sound, you change the name.
If you have any problem sounding the YH, just get a child that is learning to read, and listen to them, for out of the mouth of “babes”, he shall prefect praise, because he hid some things from the wise and prudent, and revealed it unto “babes”
Remember also that Moses was a very educated man in Egypt, who was tough to read and write and was more than able to capture the sacred sound of the sacred name with only four letters, No More and No Less, each carrying a specific sound.
Anyone else could have done the same thing as Moses, as long as they knew what sound the letters of their alphabet carried and could read and write, they would have captured the exact same sound of the sacred name by using the same four letters.
Those of us who can read and write can also repeat the process, making the same sound that Moses made, with the sound of the same four letters, when we know the equivalent of what sound the four letters of their alphabet makes in our alphabet. We do not have to change the sound or add extra letters, only know what sound the the same letters carry in our alphabet, and then pronounce or sound it, and that same sound that is preserved in those four letters, will be just as fresh and clear as the day Moses captured it and preserved it with those four letters, much like preserving fresh organic vegetables from the garden, and opening the gar in the winter, and it is as fresh and good as it was in the spring, HalleluYH.
Remember a name is a sound, and I don’t understand how these 4 ancient Hebrew letters, which were used to capture the full sound of something so important as the sacred name, could ever change. The four letters still makes the same sound, or how else can anyone know for sure the sound of the sacred name???
Psa 72:17 says, “His name (name is a sound) shall endure for ever: his name shall be continued
as long as the sun: and men shall be blessed in him: all nations shall call him blessed.
Psa 72:18 Blessed be the LORD (YHWH) God, the God of Israel, who only doeth wondrous things.
Psa 72:19 And blessed be his glorious name (sound) for ever: and let the whole earth be filled with his glory; Amen, and Amen.”
Someone could deliberately add to the sacred 4 letter name, and change the sound of it, bringing that name to nought, and thereby creating another name or sound, otherwise the name will remain the same forever, as long as no one messes with the letters that makes the sound. Just leave it alone.
I can see how that someone can take his name in “vain” by crashing it or falsifying it by changing the sound. The Egyptian picture hieroglyphics of the word “vain” shows crashing or falsifying something, desolate, vain, vanity, false, lying lies, and this could be what happened when they try hiding the name by adding more vowel points to the name to change the sound, which already consisted of four vowels, and thereby crashing or falsifying it by changing the sound, and thereby changing the name itself. And the scripture says in exodus 20:7,
“Thou shalt not take the name LORD (YHWH) thy God in vain; for the LORD (YHWH) will not hold him guiltless that taketh his name in vain.” See also Deuteronomy 5:11
Once someone learns to read, by learning what sound each letter of their alphabet carried, they would be able to write letters to someone else, and describe events and relate the sound of names etc to another person who spoke the same language. Or why even learn to read and write?
Moses said in Deu 32:3 “I will publish the name LORD (YHWH): ascribe ye greatness unto our God.”
Moses would write down what he heard, without any vowel points, and if he were to publish a news paper, I wonder could someone else who could read, understand what he was saying, and even understand the sound of names of people, cities, and the name of The All Mighty?
I would think that when the Ancient Paleo Hebrew writing was changed to modern block Hebrew writing, the sound of the alphabet letters never changed, only the style of writing, for convenience, much like cursive writing versus printing.
If every language in the world were to bring the sound of the Hebrew letters over into their language and pronounce the letters as written, it seems that they would produce the same sound, much like Hallelujah (HalleluYH), no matter if written in Chinese, etc. They would not necessarily Know what the sound means, unless it was the sound of a familiar city etc, but it seems they would have the correct sound in their language, even if they did not know the meaning.
Perhaps that is why YHWH, in exodus 3:14, told Moses to tell them that the one who causes “to be” (I AM) or the “self existing one” has sent me, giving them some insight into what the sound of the name YHWH means, the name that he was about to reveal in Exodus 3:15.
Even if our English letters of YHWH were carried over to Chinese letters or back to the Hebrew equivalent letters, it seems to me that their children in each language would pronounce or sound it the same way that our children would pronounce or sound it.
Perhaps YHWH never intended to have vowel points in the first place, because the Hebrew has it’s own vowels, which scholars were not aware of for years, or perhaps Moses would have had them on top of the three vowels that make up the sacred name, but they were added by men. At any rate, if they had not been added, we would not be having this discussion, and EVERYONE would be saying the name the same, because they would be making the same sound sounding the vowels or consonants in their language. If the sacred name consisted of four vowels, as Josephus said (The War of the Jews, Book 5. 5. 7.), why add more vowels to it, and change the sound???