True SOUND of the Sacred Name of God
The YH and Masoretic Vowels
Chapter 2: Transliteration
Chapter 3: Pure Truth from The Written Word of God
Chapter 4: Hebrew has Vowels
Chapter 6: Conclusive Evidence of the Name Yuh
CHAPTER 7: SOUND of the Name
Chapter 8: The Vaw or the Wah SOUND.
Chapter 9: What are our options
concerning the SOUND of the sacred name of God?
Chapter 1: The YH and Masoretic Vowels
The first two letters of the Sacred Name of God is, YH, pronounced Yuh, as in
HalluYuh, NOT Yah, but some say the YH makes a Yah sound, but if that were true, why add an uninspired A vowel between the
Y and H, if the sound is already a Yah sound???
The following showes that the SOUND of the first two letters of the name of God, YH, is pronounced Yuh, as in Hallelu
“Yuh”, not Yah or Yeh.
1. There’s absolutely no A or E vowels between the YH in the original Hebrew, making the names Jehovah and Yahweh scripturally
If people would look up every scripture on “the name
YHWH” and see how important it is and how the Scripture teaches that his name is even above his word (Psalm 138:2),
and we know that the word magnifies his name above everything in scripture, and in the last days whosoever calls on it shall
be saved, Joel 2:32 and Acts 2:21, they would be more able to see why the devil does not want the true SOUND of his name out.
He put the SOUND of his name in the prophets’ names, where it can never
be lost. The SOUND of his name is still with us today, in the prophets’ names, and the word Hallelu Yuh, and is not
lost. There is none so deaf as he that refuses to hear, and none so blind as he that refuses to see.
How could we forget the SOUND of God’s name that is in the name of Elijah (Eli Yuh), who shut
up the heavens, who’s name means my God is YH (Yuh), NOT Yah or Yeh.
The SOUND of God’s name that is in Elijah’s name, was already establish “before” the Masoretic
vowels, and therefore the SOUND of his name was not affected by them, and that’s why we say Eli Yuh the prophet.
The same with all biblical names with the name of God in their names, the SOUND
of his name is there and will always be.
We have a Scriptural right to say
his name is YH, pronounced Yuh, but they do not have a Scriptural right to say it’s anything else, because there’s
no “a” or “e” vowels between the YH, anywhere in the original Hebrew, for the names Jehovah and Yahweh!
We will show how the Masoretic vowels were added later, but not by the Masoretes.
The Masoretes added vowels from Adonai and Elohim, AROUND the sacred name to remind the reader not to read the sacred name
Yuh, but to say a substitute names like Adonai or Elohim, but not the name YH or YHWH, and someone later, not understanding
that, added the uninspired Masoretic vowels to the sacred name, which the Masoretes would never do, as some suggest. As a
matter of fact, they had their chance to add it over 7,049 times and never did.
This article shows there is a way to know 100% sure what the “SOUND” of the name of God is, no guessing,
speculating, assuming, conjecture etc, which has been going on for many years now.
It’s so easy, we can easily find out what his name SOUNDS like, and simply repeat it. His name is in all of the
prophets’ names and their names are handed down to us, just like his name in Hallelu Yuh.
We actually know what his name SOUNDS like, because of the fact that he put it in his prophets’
names, and it is handed down to us, to never be lost or forgotten.
It is clearly
written in other names too, like Yhoshua, pronounced Yuh shua or Yhoshua
H3091 (Strong) says,
From H3068 and H3467; Jehovah-saved;
Jehoshua (that is, Joshua), the Jewish leader: - Jehoshua, Jehoshuah, Joshua. Compare H1954, H3442.
Notice in the original Hebrew, the E vowel is not a part of the name, there’s no E between
the YH in Hebrew! יְהוֹשׁוּעַ
Once we hear the SOUND of the name of God, we then know what it is, because
a name is a SOUND!
Whatever the SOUND of his name is, that’s his name,
and nothing else matters. There’s nothing else to even consider, no other options.
To debate all that other stuff that is contrary to the SOUND of his name in the prophets’ names
is immaterial and irrelevant, the debate is over, once we believe what our ears have been hearing all our lives since birth.
We can read and research all that different scholars have written on the name,
most of which cannot be understood and has not been proven, and they don’t even agree among themselves, or we can simply
believe the SOUND of his name that we hear every day, that even a country boy like me can understand and be saved.
All of us can understand the SOUND of a name, so don’t let them talk you
out of it, pretending that they know something you don’t.
The SOUND of
his name is in the prophets’ names and that SOUND is the same today, yesterday, and forever, and is a memorial to all
generations, Exodus 3:15. The names Yahweh and Jehovah has never been memorialized and handed down to us like his name Yuh,
that went into all the earth in Hallelu Yuh has.
It may surprise
you to know that everyone reading this article already knows the true name of God, they just don’t realize it yet, partly
because of all the confusion brought on by the wise and prudent scholars, which something is hid from, Luke 10:21, and Matthew
Again, a name is a SOUND and different names have different
SOUNDS to distinguish one from another.
The name YH or YHWH means the SELF
EXISTING one, or the one who causes everything that “is”, “to be”, he just says “be”,
and it is.
None can claim they “self” existed, and therefore
he alone can claim the name YHWH, which distinguishes him from all other so-called Gods etc.
Therefore, if we SOUND or add an “a” or “e” vowel between the YH, of his
name, we are actually creating a different name and different SOUND, making void the original name of God, bringing it to
naught, and giving glory for what God has done, and who he is, to a totally different name, a name that is not the name of
the one who alone self exists! The SOUND of no other name under heaven other than Yuh, represents The Self Existing One, The
Creator of heaven and earth.
Isaiah 42:8 says, “I am the
LORD: that is my name: and my glory will I not give to another, neither my praise to graven images.”
We are in trouble if we give glory
and credit to another name, instead of the name that all glory and honor belongs to.
Let me get this out-of-the-way. Some are saying that Abraham,
Isaac, and Jacob did not know the name YHWH, which is also a mistake.
Abraham Issac, and Jacob knew God’s name YHWH
Genesis 15:2 says,
2 “And “Abram” said, Lord “GOD” (YHWH),
what wilt thou give me, seeing I go childless, and the steward of my house is this Eliezer of Damascus?”
7 “And he said unto him, I am the “LORD” that brought
thee out of Ur of the Chaldees, to give thee this land to inherit it.”
And “Abraham” called the name of that place Jehovahjireh:
as it is said to this day, In the mount of the “LORD” it shall be seen. Genesis 22:14
Abrham knew his friends name, and
so did Isaac and Jacob!
Gen 27:20 “And “Isaac” said unto his son, How is it that thou hast found it so quickly, my
son? And he said, Because the “LORD “thy” God” brought it to me.”
Gen 28:16 “And “Jacob”
awaked out of his sleep, and “he said”, Surely the “LORD” is in this place.”
How do we then harmonize this next
“And I appeared unto Abraham, unto Isaac, and unto Jacob, by the name of God Almighty, but by my name JEHOVAH
“was” I not known to them. Exodus 6:3
First of all it does not say “I “was not” known to them, but
“was” I not known to them???
The word “was” I not known” is asking a question, and therefore a question mark
belongs after the question!
It obviously should read, “And I appeared unto Abraham, unto Isaac, and unto Jacob, by the
name of God Almighty, but by my name JEHOVAH (YHWH) “was” I not known to them? Sorta a rhetorical question.
Israelite children are named after the SOUND of the God of Israel and the sound
of that name is Yuh as in Hallelu Yuh, which name went into all the earth as Yuh!
If people want to find out what the sound of the name of the
true God of Israel is, just look and see what the SOUND of the name of God is, that they are naming their children after!
If the name
of God that is in their children’s names, makes the sound of Yuh, then that is the name of the God of Israel, NOT Yah
All the nations were religious but they were calling on names that did not represent the Self Existing One, some worshiped
Baal, etc, just like today, all denominations are religious, but all do-not call on the true name of the God of Israel, for
he alone made the heavens.
His name Yuh went into all the earth in Hallelu Yuh. If the SOUND of the name of the God of Israel
was sounded Yah, as in Yahweh or Yeh, as in Jehovah, that SOUND would have come forth at some point in scripture, the SOUND
of those names certainly don’t show up in the name of Mount Moriah or in any of the names of the Israelites children.
1 Kings 18:24
 “And call ye on the “name” of your
gods, and I will call on the “name” of the LORD: and the God that answereth by fire, let him be God. And all the
people answered and said, It is well spoken.”
I know of no evidence, where the SOUND of the name Yahweh or Jehovah was ever
in the mouth of Israelites, and if that was the sound of the name of their God, you would think it would show up somewhere
I challenge anyone to show one place where those sounds were ever in their mouth, they certainly did not name Mount
Moriah, or their children by the sound of those names, or that sound would still be present today, but it is the Yuh sound
that is present in their names, which is the same sound of his name that went into all the earth in Hallelu Yuh.
It was not only natural, but was a common thing for different nations to name
their children after the sound of the name of their God, and Israel was no exception.
When Daniel and the three Hebrew children were in captivity,
their names were changed from Hebrew names, to other names like Baal.
Two of the children had the name “iah” (Yuh), at the end of their
names, which is the name of God, and Daniel and the other child has the title God (El) in their names. Names are important.
name was changed to Belteshazzar, after their God Baal and the other three Hebrew children’s names were changed from
their Hebrew names, which contained the name of their God iah (Yuh) etc.
All Israelites are called children, but it appears from Daniel
1:3-4, that these 4 Hebrews from the tribe of Judah, were very young men and were really considered children of the children
of Israel, and were named after the the name of the God of Israel.
They were so many Israelite parents that named their children after the SOUND
of the name of Israel’s God which has the YH in their names, and in EVERY one of them it is SOUNDED Yuh. Therefore the
name of the God of Israel is Yuh!
Chapter 2: Transliteration
There’s a difference between “Translate” and “Trans-literate”.
Translate is to tell the “meaning” of a word in another language,
while transliterate is to tell the “SOUND” of names of people and cities etc.
Names of people and Cities do not change from language to language, but stays the same in every language, same as his
name in Hallelu Yuh, said the same in every language and dialect on earth.
It is especially important to know these fundamental FACTS about Transliteration.
The Transliterated “SOUND” of our English letters, YHWH, is equivalent to the “SOUND”
of the Hebrew letters Yod He Waw He, and when the Yod He Waw He is pronounced by a Hebrew speaking child, the SOUND is Yuh
Wuh, and when the YHWH is pronounced by an English-speaking child, the SOUND is also Yuh Wuh! That’s what Transliteration
The Hebrew letter Yod has the same exact SOUND as our English
letter Y, and the Hebrew letter HE has the same SOUND as our English letter H, and the Hebrew letter Wah, has the same SOUND
as our English W.
If Moses spoke English and heard the SOUND of God’s
name, he would have written YHWH, and pronounced it Yuh Wuh, exactly like we do today. He captured the SOUND with letters,
and published it, Deuteronomy 32:3.
It’s the same with the Transliterated
name of the city Hong Kong, or the “name” of anything for that matter.
Take Chinese children that are learning to read and have them pronounce the Chinese letters for Hong Kong, and they
will say Hong Kong, and have English speaking children pronounce the equivalent English letters for Hong Kong, and they will
say the same SOUND, Hong Kong.
When the “SOUND” of
a single letter from one alphabet is brought over to another language and finding a letter in that language that makes the
same SOUND, that is transliteration, and when you do several alphabet letters of a name, the name will “SOUND”
the same in BOTH languages!
Once we find out what the SOUND of
the transliterated name of God is, we simply pronounce it as written, we don’t try to figure out what “else”
to add to the already Transliterated “SOUND”, that’s already taken care of in the transliteration process!!!!!!
Once we transliterate the sound of the name of a city like Hong Kong, Bethlehem,
Nazareth, or any name, into English, we then simply say it, we don’t try to figure what else to add to the already transliterated
SOUND, and this is especially true with the SOUND of the name YHWH, pronounced Yuh wuh!!!
Again, Transliteration is taking the SOUND of one letter of an alphabet and bringing it over into another language
by finding a letter of that alphabet that makes the same SOUND of the letter that its being transliterated from, its SOUND
The Hebrew letters Yod He Waw He, makes the same exact SOUND
as our English letters YHWH, which is pronounced Yuh Wuh in both languages. This fact alone should settle what the SOUND of
his name is. Other languages have alphabet letters that can make the exact same SOUND as the Yod He Waw He.
That’s why, names of people and cities like Hong Kong, China or New York and YHWH, is pronounced
the same everywhere in the world, same as Hallelu Yuh, and also the prophets’ names with the same YUH SOUND in their
The SOUND of YHWH is NOT Jehovah or Yahweh, its Yuh Wuh! Are
Whatever SOUND that the Hebrew alphabet letters, Yod He Waw
He makes in the Hebrew alphabet, the SOUND of these letters is transliterated into other languages by finding which letters
of their alphabet, makes the same SOUND as the Hebrew Yod He Waw He letters. In English, it is our YHWH that makes the same
SOUND, and then all we have to do is Pronounce it, but someone chose to add uninspired vowels to the name even after the SOUND
is Transliterated, changing the original SOUND, and a name is a SOUND, and when we change the original SOUND, we change the
original name, and gave glory and praise to a totally different name that does not represent our Great God.
Once Transliterated it reads Yuh Wuh, and this is what SOUND that Moses heard
God say his name is in Exodus 3:15, and that SOUND is his name and a memorial to ALL generations. The Devil don’t want
people to know it.
We get a slight U vowel SOUND, which is an involuntary SOUND,
that comes naturally when pronouncing the consonants or vowels of YH-WH.
In both the Old and New Testament, Bethlehem is called Bethlehem, and is Bethlehem in every language and dialect, on
earth, Hebrew, Greek, Aramaic, English, Russian, Chinese, German, and every language in the world, because the SOUND of names
are Transliterated SOUND for SOUND from one language to another, just like the SOUND of the name YHWH. That’s how his
name in Hallelu Yuh is SOUNDED the same in every language in the world. His name is Yuh. You may write it Yah or iah, but
it is still SOUNDED Yuh, as in Isaiah/IsaYuh, Jeremiah/JeremiYuh, etc!
Once the Hebrew letters, that Moses used to write down the SOUND of the name of God that he heard, Exodus 3:15, has
been “Transliterated”, not “Translated”, into another alphabet, it is then ready to be pronounced,
and we will get the same SOUND of the sacred name that Moses heard and wrote down, in our own language!
Even if they try to get around this fundamental fact about Transliteration, they still have the fact
that his name is SOUNDED Yuh in all his prophets’ names, and there’s no way to change or get around that SOUND,
which is still with us today, same as Hallelu Yuh.
Chapter 3: Pure Truth from The Written Word of God
When we accept the word, as written, it “does not” have an “a” or “e”
vowels between the YH of his name, which is needed to make the SOUND of Yah and Yeh, and THIS ALONE is positive proof that
his name can’t be Yahweh or Jehovah!
You cannot have the name Yahweh
or Jehovah without adding an “a” or “e” between the YH, and if none exists in the original written
Hebrew, both names are not the name of the Almighty self-existing one! That is an absolute. These names are actually founded
on the added uninspired Masoretes vowels. Is that what we want???
Where did the
added “a” and “e” vowels between the YH come from, if they were not originally in the written Hebrew
They were obviously added at a later date by someone who mistakenly
thought the Masoretic vowels were to show the pronunciation of the name but were actually added under the name to remind the
reader not to read the name YHWH (Yuh Wuh), but to say Adonai (master) or Elohim (God) instead, because they followed the
tradition not to say the sacred name because it is too Holy. Look up the name Jehovah, for more information.
The unmolested YH, makes the Yuh SOUND, as in Hallelujah, pronounced Hallelu Yuh, and is also pronounced
the same in in every language and dialect on earth. This is no coincidence, it is caused by “Transliteration”,
of his name Yuh.
Chapter 4: Hebrew has Vowels
Now for those who have been told that the Hebrew has no vowels, is not true, but even if it were
true, it would still not change the SOUND of his name because we get involuntary vowels SOUND that comes naturally when trying
to sound the consonants, just like the slight U SOUND when pronouncing the YH-(Yuh).
Much of the error of the scholars is founded on the assumption that the Hebrew does not have vowels, which is just
NOT TRUE and if we can prove it is not true, their whole argument is worthless, because that’s their excuse for adding
extra vowels to the already Transliterated 4 letter name, called the
The Hebrew Yod He Waw He serves as vowels and consonants; they are called Semivowels.
This you can easily verify for yourself.
The encyclopedia says,
Matres lectionis (from Latin "mothers
of reading", singular form: mater lectionis, from Hebrew: אֵם
קְרִיאָה ʾem kəriʾa) are consonants that are used
to indicate a vowel, primarily in the writing down of Semitic languages such as Arabic, Hebrew and Syriac. The letters that
do this in Hebrew are “aleph א, he ה, waw
ו and yod י,” and
in Arabic, the matres lectionis (though they are much less often referred to thus) are ʾalif ا, wāw و and yāʾ ي. “The 'yod and waw in particular are more often vowels than they are consonants.”
The original value of the matres lectionis corresponds closely to what is called in modern linguistics
glides or “semivowels.” See https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mater_lectionis
They used to teach in school that the vowels are AEIOU, sometimes
Y and W too. Yes, even in English the Y and W can be vowels.
If the Hebrew has vowels, “and it does”, their whole argument falls,
because that is their excuse for adding either the A or E vowel to the sacred name to make it say Yahweh or Jehovah!
If what they
are saying the SOUND of his name MIGHT be, does not match the SOUND that we are HEARING, what should We do?
What should we believe, the SOUND
that our ears are hearing, or the words their mouths are saying?
Some men love flattering titles, they want to be called Doctor etc, but doctors
lie for different reasons, look at dr. Fauci.
Job said, in Job 32:21-22 KJV
me not, I pray you, accept any man's person, neither let me give “flattering titles” unto man.  For I know
not to give “flattering titles”; in so doing my maker would soon take me away.”
The Dead Sea Scrolls and other
ancient writings never had these added vowels and didn’t need them to say what they had to say.
Josephus, a Hebrew scholar who
actually saw the name of God on the head gear of the high priest, “says” it consists of “four vowels”.
The War of the Jews, Book 5. 5. 7.
Again, it does NOT matter whether the YHWH consists of 4 vowels, consonants, or semivowels, the SOUND
of the name is what it is, and when it is transliterated, it has the Yuh SOUND, and it is also the Yuh SOUND that it makes
in the Prophets names, and the word Hallelu Yuh, it does not change the SOUND one bit, because even when we try sounding consonants,
we get an involuntary vowel sound!
As mentioned above, the Yod He and Wah are used as vowels and consonants, and the Yod and Wah is
“more often used as vowels than consonants”, and if we add another A or E vowel between the YH, we have “Two
vowels together” and we are taught in school that “When two vowels go walking, the first one does the TALKING.”
The first one is the Yod vowel, which makes the Yuh SOUND.
There are many cases in which two vowels “go walking,” including
ai, au, ea, ee, ei, ie, oa, eo, oi, oo, ou, and ui. And when a pair of vowels appears in a word, it is the first vowel that
“does that talking,” as represented in words like green, sea, hair, coat, clean, rain, peach, and onion etc. Side
note: Notice the “i” in onion is still pronounced with the Y sound (onYuon), and it is doing the talking.
If Josephus saw 4 vowels, then the Y and W would do the talking and say Yuh Wuh, according to the linguistic walking talking
We know that whether this linguistic rule is always true or not, it is true in this case, BECAUSE of the Yuh SOUND
that the two walking vowels in iah (YAH) makes in the Prophets names ending in iah, like Isaiah, Jeremiah, Nehemiah, Zechariah,
Obadiah, etc which is SOUNDED Yuh, and the A is silent, because Y is the first vowel, followed by the A vowel and therefore
does the talking and is pronounced Yuh, proving they were following the rule!
If this rule was not being followed, the name of God, “iah”,
at the end of the prophets names, WOULD NOT be pronounced Yuh, but we know and hear that it is, and we can believe our own
His name, that is in the Prophets names, makes the Yuh SOUND, not a Yah sound!
All the prophets’ names ending in the Father’s
name, spelt iah or jah, is ALWAYS pronounced with the Yuh sound, and the A is silent BECAUSE the Y is talking, which is pronounced
Yuh, therefore they obviously followed the walking together rule.
The Yuh SOUND is doing the TALKING, but are people listening?
Here are just a few of the many
names with the Father’s name, Yuh, in their names, ending in iah and jah, understanding the i and j is a Y in Hebrew
which could be a Yah sound UNLESS the Y is used as a vowel, and then it makes the Yuh SOUND because we have TWO vowels walking
together, and the first one does the TALKING, which is pronounced Yuh, and the Yuh SOUND of his name in the prophets names
positively proves the Y is a vowel, or it would make the Yah sound in the prophets names, but it does NOT, it makes the Yuh
SOUND. Please listen.
The names ending in iah and jah, but still makes the Yuh SOUND, because the Y is a vowel, followed by another vowel,
and the Y/Yuh SOUND is doing the talking.
Isa“iah”, which means Yuh has saved, Jerem“iah”, which means Yuh will rise,
Nehem “iah”, which means consolation of Yuh, Obadiah, which means serving Yuh, Eli “jah”, which means,
my God is Yuh, Hallelu “jah”, which means praise Yuh, etc, and there is many more, and not even one is pronounced
Yah or Yey, but ALWAYS Yuh!
There are too many biblical names to mention, which has the Father’s name in their names, names
ending in “iah”, but here is a website that has all of them listed, and their meanings, which meaning is Yuh this
or Yuh that. https://www.behindthename.com/names/pattern/*iah
If all the biblical names of the prophets names, having the Father’s name
in theirs, the “iah” making the Yuh SOUND, which is actually “Yah” instead of “iah”, but
is pronounced or SOUNDED Yuh, then Psalm 68:4 actually says his name is Yah also, and would be pronounced or SOUNDED Yuh,
the same as the “iah”, which is Yuh, because the Y vowel is walking with an A vowel, just like in “iah”,
and the first vowel does the talking, just like in “iah”, and therefore Psalm 68:4 is pronounced Yuh also, not
Psa 68:4 Sing unto “God”, sing praises to his “name”: “extol” him that rideth
upon the heavens by his “name JAH”, and rejoice before him.”
Exo 15:2 says, “The LORD is my strength and song, and he is become my salvation: he is my God, and I will
prepare him an habitation; my father's God, and I will exalt him.”
His name in Psalm 68:4 is pronounced Yuh, just like the iah
at the end of the prophet’s names, the added A vowel is silent just like it is in the iah.
The same is true with the vowels
WE together, the Hebrew Waw (W) does the talking and is pronounced Wuh, not Weh as in YahWeh, or YahWay, but Yuh, as in Hallelu
Therefore, even if Yahweh is written one way, it is still pronounced Yuh Wuh, because in Hebrew, the Y and W are more
often vowels than consonants, and even in the English language, the Y and W can be used as vowels, and the second added A
vowel is silent, because of the linguistic two vowels together rule.
If his name is not Yuh, then there’s no way to conclusively prove what
it is, and we cannot trust anyone who adds an uninspired A or E vowel into the sacred Name YH and the YHWH, when it’s
not in scripture. They are actually adding to the word of God, when they do this.
If all the short forms of the name YH, like Psalm 68:4 has
an A vowel added between the YH, and the long form YHWH has an E vowel between the YH, which is it???
Does it make sense that the SOUND
of the YH in the short form be Yah, and the SOUND of the YH in the long form be Yeh?
That is confusion, and God is not the author of confusion.
If they would
just leave the name YH alone, it will make the SOUND Yuh, as in Hallelu Yuh, the name that went into all the Earth and the
Yuh SOUND that is in the names of all his prophets, and it is also Transliterated Yuh. What more proof can we asked for?
This is the
most provable doctrine in the whole Bible. We can only hope to have this much conclusive evidence to prove all our other doctrines.
It is absolutely
amazing how we have missed this all these years, when it is been right in front of us all the time.
What a coincidence it is, by leaving
the YH alone, we get the exact same SOUND of Yuh that is in the prophets’ names and the exact same SOUND of his name
Yuh in Hallelujah, the name that went into all the earth, not to mention the exact same Yuh SOUND we get when the YH is Transliterated.
that someone wants to have control over us and tell us to believe them instead of our own eyes and ears.
Psalm 68:4 says, “Sing unto
“God”, sing praises to his “name”: “extol” him that rideth upon the heavens by his “name”
JAH, and rejoice before him.”
Exo 15:2 Says, “The LORD
is my strength and song, and he is become my salvation (Yeshua): he is my God, and I will prepare him an habitation; my father's
God, and I will “exalt” him.”
Side note: the capitals LORD in
Exodus 15: 2 is actually “YH”, NOT YHWH, and is this way 44 times as I know of, but notice the similarity between
Exodus 15:2 and Psalm 68:4 concerning exalting his name YH.
appears that our God YH has become our salvation, and I believe this happened when he was made flesh, John 1:1-14 and 1st
Timothy 3:16 etc. I'm getting a bit off tracked but you can find me on YouTube by typing in brother Arnold Bowen.
Which is it, is the SOUND of the name YH, pronounced Yuh, Yah or Yeh?
be but one, and the transliteration of the YH is sounded Yuh, and that’s the sound that the prophet Moses heard, and
he wrote it down. The MessYuh himself says that we are fools to be slow to believe ALL that the prophets have spoken Luke
 “Then he said unto them, “O fools”,
and slow of heart to believe “all” that the prophets have spoken: Moses is a prophet and he published the sacred
name Yuh Wuh, according to the Transliteration of what Moses wrote that his name is.
Side note: Not only does the Hebrew have vowels sounds, these
Semi vowels dates back to the 13th century BC According to Sass (5), already in the Middle Kingdom there were some cases of
matres lectionis, i.e. consonant graphemes which were used to transcribe “vowels” in foreign words, namely in
Punic (Jensen 290, Naveh 62), Aramaic, and “Hebrew” (ה, ו, י; sometimes even aleph א; Naveh 62). Naveh (ibid.) notes that the earliest Aramaic and “Hebrew” documents “already used
matres lectionis”. Some scholars argue that the Greeks must therefore have borrowed their alphabet from the Arameans.
“However, the practice has older roots”, as the Semitic cuneiform alphabet of Ugarit (13th century BC) already
had matres lectionis (Naveh 138)” see under Origins and Development at
Chapter 5: Stolen Identity
The following facts eliminate any possibility for his name being pronounced Yahweh or Jehovah. Neither of those names
represent the self-existing God Almighty.
Fact 1: In Hebrew, there’s
absolutely no “a” or “e” vowel between the YH, which are the vowels needed for the SOUND of the names
Yah or Yeh, which kills any chance that his name might be Yahweh or Jehovah. I challenge anyone to show just one place where
the A or E vowels are present between the YH, in the written Hebrew Scriptures, and I will hush. Ask yourself, where did these
added uninspired vowels come from if they were not in their original Hebrew text?
Fact 2: Those names have to have an “a” or “e” vowel added between the YH, in order to make
the Yah or Yeh, SOUND, as in Yahweh or Jehovah, and there is none, they were added to the text, at a later date.
Fact 3: NOWHERE in the written word of God does an “a” or “e”
vowel exist between the YH, which exposes the names Jehovah and Yahweh as not being the name of God. They show names to not
represent the name of God.
Fact 4: The Hebrew Yod He makes the
Yuh SOUND in Hebrew and when that SOUND is transliterated into other languages, SOUND for SOUND, it makes the SAME sound and
is pronounced Yuh, in EVERY language, same as the Hebrew Yuh. This is true with the sound of the names of Hebrew cities like
Bethlehem and Nazareth etc. Its said the same all over the world, and that is what transliteration of names is, and the name
YHWH that Moses heard is no different, Moses published it.
FACTS absolutely eliminate the possibility of ANY other name than the original name YH, pronounced Yuh, and this is why we
hear Hallelu Yuh in all the earth, NOT Hallelu Yeh or Yah.
I do not argue
that the Masoretic vowels weren’t added to the sacred name at a later date, which changed the SOUND/name, but that doesn’t
make it legitimate, “because to this day”, there is “no A or E vowels that exist between the YH”,
they are added in an unlawful manner only, and the written Hebrew is still free form them today.
Chapter 6: Conclusive Evidence of the Name Yuh
The long form of his name is written in Hebrew approximately 7,000 times as יְהוּדָה
and NOT once can we find an “a” or “e” vowel between the Hebrew Yod and He,
which equals our English YH (Yuh) SOUND, and it’s no coincidence that the Masoretic scribes NEVER added either of these
two vowels into the sacred name YH, neither in the short form 49 times, nor the long form approximately 7,000 times, they
respected the name too much to do such a thing.
Hebrew is read from right to left, so notice that the Hebrew Yod He, (YH) is not touched
by the Uninspired Masoretic Vowel and therefore is not part of the sacred name, and never will be!!!
It’s just not there, and people should stop wishing it in there, when they write or speak.
If these vowels, for the name Yahweh or Jehovah, is not between the YH in the
written word of God, what more Proof do we need than that???
need ANY more proof than the written word itself, but we can add a major proof to the written word, and that is the SOUND
of his name, the YH (Yuh) which is written in the prophets’ names, without the added vowels, and is ALWAYS pronounced
Yuh, same as Hallelu Yuh!
Names like “Yuh” hoo daw
Which means praise Yuh. Notice there’s no vowel dots in the sacred name.
We see the two dots (:) “under” the Yod and He, but never in the
name itself, because it is not a part of the original name, the vowel dots (:) were added to the name later.
Some suggest that the Masoretes added the vowels to the sacred name, but I find no evidence of this.
They had approximately 7,049 times in scripture to add them, and NEVER did. The vowels were obviously added later.
Isa Yuh, which means Yuh has saved יְשַׁעְיָה
Notice this time God’s name in Hebrew, the Yod He, is at the other end
or far left, and STILL does not have an “a” vowel between the YH, proving it doesn’t belong in the name
of God. What’s the matter with people?
Nehemiah, which means council of
YH, pronounced Nehemi Yuh נְחֶמְיָה
Again, the Yod He is at the end of the name, and still no “a” vowel between the Yod and He, proving it
is not in the original written word of God, which kills any possibility of the imposter name Yah, which is not the self-existing
I could go on all day with biblical names that has God’s
name in their names, like Nehemiah, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Elijah, Obadiah (עֹבַדְיָה)
and all biblical names ending in
iah or jah is YH, with no added vowels between the YH, and is pronounced Yuh, which is the SOUND of the sacred name of God,
just like in Hallelujah, which “jah” is also pronounced Yuh in every language and dialect in all the earth, and
always makes the Yuh SOUND, because that is his name.
name, that is in all these prophets’ names, never has the uninspired Masoretic vowels between the Yod and He, and to
pollute their names with the uninspired vowels, it makes those names illegitimate also, because of the added vowels, and when
we pull the uninspired A and E vowels back out from between the YH, the SOUND changes back and the names are legitimate again!
The original name YH is Pure, and unpolluted with these uninspired vowels, and
makes the SOUND Yuh in all the earth!!! HalleluYuh
this, there’s absolutely no where in the “written” word of God, where the sacred name has an “a”
or “e” vowel between the YH, neither in the shortened form YH, or the long form YHWH.
It can be conclusively proven that there is neither an “a” or “e” vowel between
the original YH, simply by looking at the Hebrew YHWH, and the Masoretic vowel points, it makes the names Yahweh and Jehovah
scripturally IMPOSSIBLE, and ending the debate!
If the “a” and “e”
vowels do not exist anywhere in the written Hebrew, I ask you, who has the right or authority to add them, which drastically
changes the word of God, by creating another name, and claiming that he is the self-existing one and giving praise to another
name who did not create the heavens and earth, and is not the self-existing one?
Some things are hidden in simplicity. All we have to do is believe the SOUND of the name of God that we’ve actually
been hearing every time we hear it in the names of his Prophets names, because the SOUND of “his name” is recorded
in “their names”, and is handed down to us, the same as the SOUND of his name in Hallelu Yuh is handed down to
Not once is there an “a” or “e” SOUND
between the YH, of God’s name or any of the prophets’ names, and we ALWAYS get an involuntary U SOUND when pronouncing
the YH of his name that is in the prophets’ names or when pronouncing the original YH, without the added vowels. And
if you don’t believe me, get an unbiased child and place the YH before them, and they will pronounce it perfectly.
Matthew 21:16 says, “out of the mouth of babes he shall “perfect”
A babe will tell the truth, just as our ancestors have told
us the truth about the SOUND of his name in Hallelu Yuh, which means praise Yuh, NOT Yah or Yeh.
The same is true with the SOUND of God’s name that’s in his Prophets names, and is handed
down to us today, same as Hallelu Yuh, is handed down, through SOUND.
say Isa Yeh, Jeremi Yeh, Nehemi Yeh, or Hallelu Yeh or Yah. The SOUNDS of those names were never handed down to us from our
ancestors, nor the SOUND of them ever been in the prophets’ names, or ever memorialized!
Some people who don’t want to accept all this conclusive evidence, start taking about things
like people having different accents, as if that makes his name not be Yuh Wuh.
First of all, people have different accents, no matter what his name is, that does not change what their name
is, why would it be any different with the name YHWH?
The SOUND of
his name transcends or bypasses any accents. Anyone can hear the SOUND of a name, even a foreign name, and they can mimic
or repeat the SOUND that they heard. Accents does not change his name from being what it is, this is just a smokescreen to
try to get us away from the SOUND of his name that is in all the prophets’ names.
CHAPTER 7: SOUND of the Name
Hearing is the most common way
of communicating something to someone, and Faith comes by hearing the word of God.
The letters of any alphabet are not holy, but the SOUND that they cause us to make when pronouncing them is!
Again, once we hear what the SOUND of the name of God is, we then know his name
and can share it with others by SOUND, because a name is a SOUND.
I am going
to tell you what SOUND I heard my ancestors saying in church and you can tell me if you heard the same SOUND.
When saying hallelujah in church, I heard the SOUND Yuh, not Yah or Yeh. The
SOUND Yuh was handed down to my family and my wife’s family from our ancestors, through the word Hallelujah, pronounced
Hallelu Yuh, and it is pronounced the same in every language and dialect all over the world today, just as he planned it to
be, Romans 9:17 says,
“For the “scripture” saith unto Pharaoh,
even for this same purpose have I raised thee up, that I might shew my power in thee, and that my name might be “declared”
throughout all the earth.”
Romans “9:16” is taken
from Exodus “9:16”, which says the same thing.
name is “still” in all the earth in the word Hallelujah, Pronounced Hallelu Yuh. Why is this so hard to see? We
hear it with our own ears!
A name is a SOUND, and do we really
believe that he raised Pharos up to declare his name in all the earth with a different SOUND other than Yuh, or do we think
he declared a SOUND that needs an A or E between the original YH, which was later brought about by the uninspired Masoretic
Remember, we do not say Hallelu “Yeh”, but
Hallelu “Yuh”, which is the same SOUND that his name makes in his prophets’ names also!
He made the SOUND of his name known to us through the prophets’ names and the word Hallelu
Yuh, and the adversary is constantly attacking it.
We should no
longer stand still for such an assault on the word of God, and the SOUND of his name.
The name of God is so important for salvation, healing, etc., and knowing his name has to do with him showing mercy
Exodus 33:19 says,
 “And he said, I will make all my goodness pass before thee, and I will “proclaim” the name of
the LORD before thee; and will be gracious to whom I will be gracious and will “shew mercy” on whom I will shew
He tells Moses that he is going to “proclaim”
his name to him, and out of the same breath says I will have mercy on whom I will have mercy, showing that knowing how to
pronounce his name has to do with mercy.
We know that YHWH “pronounced”
his name to Moses and as a matter of fact one of the Hebrew definitions for “proclaim” is to “pronounce”,
i.e. his name, which had to do with showing mercy on Moses. There’s no question that God correctly “pronounced”
his name to Moses and Moses wrote it down, and the transliteration of what he wrote is Pronounced Yuh Wuh. He did not want
his name miss pronounced throughout all the earth, and that is why everybody says hallelujah (Yuh) the same way in every language.
Complete Jewish Bible, actually says pronounce, it says,
“He replied, “I will cause all my goodness to pass before you, and in your presence I
will “pronounce” the name of Adonai. Moreover, I show favor to whomever I will, and I display mercy to whomever
The Good News Translation says,
“The Lord answered, “I will make all my splendor pass before you and in your presence
I will “pronounce” my sacred name. I am the Lord, and I show compassion and pity on those I choose.”
Exodus 33:19 - https://www.biblegateway.com/passage?search=Exodus%2033:19&version=GNT
Exodus 33:19 - https://www.biblegateway.com/passage?search=Exodus%2033:19&version=CJB
What name has been proclaimed/pronounced the “same” throughout all
the earth except Yuh, which is in Hallelu Yuh?
God had mercy on Moses by “pronouncing”
his name to him, and once we know how to pronounce his name, then we can call upon it and he will answer us, and save us.
Joel 2:32 and Acts 2:21 says that in the last days God says that whoever calls
on his name will be saved.
Paul says in Romans 10:13-14,
 “For whosoever shall call upon the name of the LORD (Yuh Wuh) shall
be saved.  “How then shall they call on him in whom they have not believed?” and how shall they believe in
him of whom they have not “heard”? and how shall they “hear” without a preacher?”
Acts 10:43 says
 “To him give all the prophets witness, that “through his name” whosoever believeth in him shall
receive remission of sins.”
You can read more about the History
of the Aramaic Language
Which shows how Aramaic is a group of languages “or “dialects” of Semitic origin. It was spoken throughout
the Assyrian and Babylonian Empires.” And how the Messiah himself spoke Aramaic.
Peter’s speech gave him away as being “”one of “them”, referring to the Messiah’s
crew, because of his dialect. Adam Clark says on Matthew 26:73
speech - Thy manner of speech, η λαλια σου, that “dialect”
of thine – “his accent being different” from that of Jerusalem.”
Dialects don’t change the name of God, but if it did, surely the Messiah knew how to pronounce the name and he
spoke in the same Aramaic dialect as Peter, and that is why I say that the name of God is said the same in every language
and dialect under heaven, same as Hallelu Yuh, and Yuh in the prophets’ names, is said the same.
Just because they were speaking about the wonderful works of God, in different dialects, does not
mean that each dialect had a different name for God. Remember, a name is a SOUND, and names are transliterated SOUND for SOUND
and therefore the name of God is transliterated into every dialect and will make the same SOUND in each dialect or language.
We have the pure YH in scripture, with no vowels between it, which makes the
Yuh SOUND as in Hallelu Yuh, and if we add an “a” between the YH, it makes a Yah SOUND, like in Yahweh, and if
we add an E between the YH, it makes a Yeh SOUND as in Yehovah, but being left alone as written, it makes a Yuh SOUND as
it does in the names of the prophets etc, and that is no coincidence.
No one on earth
has the authority to add anything to the word of God, back then or now. And when we remove the added “a” and “e”
vowels from the sacred name of God, the “SOUND” of his name goes back from the Yah and Yeh SOUND, to its original
Yuh SOUND, as in Hallelu Yuh, and that is an absolute.
don’t realize that they are believing in and accepting the uninspired “a” or “e” vowels that
were illegally added to the original word of God, as the word of God, or they would not partake in it themselves, every time
they say Jehovah or Yahweh.
Nowhere in the Hebrew Scriptures can
we find the Masoretic vowels ever added to the YH or YHWH, the addition of these unauthorized vowels was added at a later
date, and even now, every time someone verbally says Jehovah or Yahweh, they are following the tradition of these men.
Now someone could prove me wrong, if they could produce one place where the
written Hebrew has an “a” or “e” vowel added between the YH or the YHWH of his name, I will hold my
If it’s not in there, why continue in the tradition
of putting it in there?
Example, if the YH, which is pronounced Yuh, had an “e”
vowel between the YH, which it doesn’t, the name of God that is in the prophets’ names would make the SOUND of
Yeh, as in Yehovah, instead of Yuh, and everyone would be saying Hallelu “Yeh” in the churches, instead of Hallelu
Yuh, and Isai Yeh, instead of Isai Yuh, and Eli Yeh instead of Eli Yuh, etc.
The bottom line is that the SOUND of the sacred name of God is in the Prophets names and is pronounced Yuh, and there
is nothing no one can do to change the SOUND of the name of God that is in the prophet’s names, which is Yuh, NOT Yah
It is already settled in heaven, and he will not change it
for me or anyone else.
There’s no way for anyone to get around this irrefutable
evidence of the SOUND of the name of God in the prophet’s names and that is how he protected the SOUND of his name and
handed it down to us through the SOUND of his name which is in the prophets’ names, and that way it can never be lost.
Many are searching to know how to pronounce the name of God, and it’s
Once we hear the SOUND of God’s name, by hearing it
in the prophets’ names and the word Hallelu Yuh, and the SOUND for SOUND transliteration, then we can turn around and
pronounce it, it’s that simple.
We hear the SOUND of God’s
name in the names of his prophets, like Nehemiah, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Elijah, and all biblical names ending in iah or jah are
pronounced Yuh, which is the SOUND of the sacred name of God, just like in Hallelujah, which “iah” is also pronounced
Yuh in every language in all the earth.
The reason all these prophets’
names and many more biblical names that has the name of God in their names, all makes the same Yuh SOUND, is because that
is the SOUND of the name of God, that he put in their names!
and “e” vowels don’t belong in there and were NEVER a part of the sacred name, and by deductive reasoning,
we know they were added later.
Nowhere in the written word of
God, can we find one place where the Masoretes Jews put the “a” or “e” vowel into the YH, or the YHWH!
Therefore, you can place the YH or YHWH in front of a child, they will pronounce
it “perfectly”, because he says in Matthew 21:16 that he has perfected praise out of the mouth of babes. The babes
were saying the forbidden name.
 “And said unto him,
Hearest thou what these say? And Jesus saith unto them, Yea; have ye never read, Out of the mouth of babes and sucklings thou
hast “perfected” praise?” A child will pronounce it perfectly.
Remember, once we hear the SOUND of the name of God, there’s no reason we can’t then turn around and pronounce
it, and we hear the SOUND of his name in the prophets’ names, and it is the Yuh SOUND, NOT the Yah or Yeh SOUND, so
pronounce it. His name is Yuh Wuh.
We do not say Hallelu Yeh or Yah,
but Hallelu Yuh, because the uninspired “e” and “a” was not part of the original name Yuh, but began
to be added later, and we should not keep doing it, because no one has the authority to add to God’s word, then or now.
Some struggle to make a case that the Masoretes put the vowel points into the
name, to make the sacred name SOUND Yah or Yeh, instead of the original Yuh SOUND, if so, then why didn’t it work, we
still say IsaYuh, etc?
His name that is in the prophet’s
names still make the same Yuh SOUND, not Yeh. It doesn’t say Nehemi Yeh, but Nehemi Yuh, nor Jeremi Yeh, instead of
Jeremi Yuh, and Hallelu Yeh, instead of Hallelu Yuh, therefore if the Masoretes put the vowels to make everyone say Yah or
Yeh, it did not work, because we still say IsaYuh etc. The vowels were added AROUND the sacred name to remind the reader not
to read the name, but say Adonai or Elohim instead.
We have scholars
with the name YH (Yuh) in their names like Jerem(iah), Nehem(iah), etc, who believes the pronunciation SOUND of God’s
name is (Jeh)ovah, yet they still keep the SOUND of God’s name (Yuh) that is in their name, they don’t claim the
name Nehemi Yuh to be pronounced Nehemi Gee or Yeh, as in Jehovah, they leave the YH/Yuh SOUND in their name alone, but change
the SOUND of the YH in God’s name to Jeh or some other SOUND, and protect the Yuh SOUND in their own names.
If they are going to change the SOUND of the YH in God’s name, to YEH
or Yah, why don’t they also change the Yuh SOUND of the YH in their own names to a Yeh or Yah SOUND, like they do his,
and also say Hallelu Yeh? You cannot have it both ways.
And why don’t
little children and everyone pronounce the YH, as Yeh, instead of Yuh when the Transliterated name is placed before them?
I believe anyone who continues to pollute his holy name, in the same way they
did, by adding uninspired Vowels, are just as guilty as the ones that started it in the first place!
He that makes a lie will have their part in the lake of fire, according to Revelation 21:8.
The very introduction to this article proves what the “SOUND” of
the name of God is, without reading anything else.
When the wise
and prudent scholar get through arguing whether it’s the “a” or “e” vowel that should be placed
between the original YH, (which is neither) they admit that they really don’t know for sure, because no one was alive
Who says that any Masoretic vowels needs to be placed between
the original YH in the first place?
When using the SOUND approach,
you would not have had to live back then, to know the SOUND of his name, all we need to know is the SOUND of his name now,
We do not have to try to wade through all the confusion of
the wise and prudent scholars, and all the speculation, conjecture, assumptions, and the guessing as to which of the uninspired
vowels they should place between the inspired YH, to obtain the pronunciation of the name of God, when we have the SOUND that
his name makes, right before our own big ears, and after all their guessing is over, it is still their best guess, and I want
no part of it, especially when we have the SOUND of his name recorded in the Prophets names and the word Hallelujah (Yuh)
to go by, not to mention the Transliteration of the name itself.
To say no one
knows his name shows how biblically illiterate they are, because the Bible teaches that his people will know his name, and
everyone who calls on it in the last days will be saved. How can we call on his name if we don’t know it?
He put the SOUND of His name in the Prophets’ names, and whatever SOUND
his name makes in their names, that is the same SOUND that Moses heard and is handed down to us today, by knowing the prophets
names, and nothing has changed, the SOUND that the name of God makes in all the prophets names is Yuh, as in Hallelu Yuh,
Isai Yuh, Jeremi Yuh, Eli Yuh, Yuh hoo daw, Nehemi Yuh, etc, it’s the SOUND of his name that we are listening for, and
all the confusion in the world can NOT change that. We are looking for the SOUND of his name, not Masoretes vowels to add
to the word of God.
Example, the tribe of Judah is a very large tribe of people,
and there’s no way for all of them to forget the “SOUND” of the head of their tribes name, which is Yuh
hoo daw in Hebrew, and means praise YH (Yuh), and the YH is ALWAYS pronounced Yuh, and if you don’t believe it, place
the YH before any unbiased child or English professor, and they will say Yuh every time. Transliteration is the reason Hallelujah,
pronounced Hallelu Yuh is said the same way all over the world.
Here is the
Hebrew for the name Judah, which is actually pronounced Yuh hoo daw, without the added E vowel.
From H3034; celebrated; Jehudah (or Judah), the name of five Israelites; also
of the tribe descended from the first, and of its territory: - Judah.”
Unlike English, Hebrew reads from right to left, and you can see for yourself the inspired name YH written in Hebrew
letters, with the created Masoretic vowels dangling around it, just waiting for someone to later add them to the inspired
scriptures, which they eventually did, but with God’s Infinite wisdom, they cannot get away with it because of the Yuh
SOUND that the YH makes, and always made in the many biblical names, which has his name in them, so that the SOUND of his
name can never be lost or forgotten. יְהוּדָה His name will endure as long as the sun. Psalm 72:17.
Noticed that the Hebrew Yod He, is not touched by the Uninspired Vowel and therefore
is not part of the sacred name!
Even though God’s name is
known in many prophets’ name, it says,
 “In Judah (Yuh hoo daw)
is “God known”: “his name” is great in Israel.” Psalm 76:1.
When we listen to the SOUND that the YH made when God preserved or recorded it in many Hebrew names like Yuh hoo daw
(which means worship or praise Yuh. (Judah), and also many of the prophets with the same YH in their names, carries the exact
same SOUND that the YH makes today, and that SOUND is Yuh.
When the YH
is placed before an unbiased child or anyone, for pronouncing, they will say Yuh, the same Yuh SOUND that was handed down
to all the earth in the word Hallelujah, which is pronounced Hallelu Yuh, all making the same SOUND of the YH, as being Yuh
in EVERY case, which conclusively proves God’s name is SOUNDED Yuh, NOT Yah or Yeh! There’s no other option.
Having this clear “SOUND” evidence, it is undeniable that his name
makes no other SOUND other than Yuh, as it did then, and as it does today, what else can it be?
Why deny the obvious and add an uninspired “A” or “E” vowel which changes
the SOUND from the original Yuh SOUND, to Yah or Yeh SOUND, which is not the SOUND of the self-existing one?
The Yah or Yeh SOUND was never handed down to us from our ancestors, we don’t say Hallelu Yeh
or Hallelu Yah, but Hallelu Yuh.
Remember that a name is a SOUND,
and when we deny the SOUND, we deny his name, and Revelation speaks of those that have not denied his name shall enter.
Nowhere in the written Hebrew text is the Masoretic vowels ever connected to
the sacred name! They were put there to remind the reader not to say the name, not to later be added to it.
There’s absolutely no evidence that the Masoretes intended that the vowels
were ever to become a part of the sacred name, or they would have put it into the Tetragrammaton themselves. As a matter of
fact, the evidence shows that they NEVER touched the name with these vowels. All one has to do is look at the YH and the YHWH
in the Hebrew, and you can see that this is true, by deductive reasoning making it so obvious that someone added an uninspired
“a” or “e” to the name, at a later date, which changed the SOUND of the original name, making it void,
and giving God’s glory to another name.
It’s Jeremi Yuh, NOT Jeremi
Yeh. Its Eli Yuh, NOT Eli Yeh, its Nehemi Yuh, NOT Nehemi Yeh, etc.
the uninspired vowels were added to the name by someone at a later date, and we should NOT follow them or their tradition.
The truth will make us free.
Psalm 91:14 -15 says,
“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.” 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.”
How would you like to claim those promises because you know his name?
The most common or ordinary way of communicating something is by “hearing”. They did not have printing
presses and faith comes by hearing.
Romans 10:13 and 17-18 says, Romans
 “For whosoever shall call upon the name of “the
Lord” (Yuh wuh) shall be saved.” .....
 “So then faith cometh by “hearing”, and “hearing”
by the word of God.  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.”
will help you understand.
What if the short form of his name
was Tom instead of Yuh, and the long-form Tommy, and we read about how the Almighty Tom done this and that and also the Prophets
names had the name Tom in their names, would you say that the name of God was Tom?
What if Psalm 68:4 said, “Sing unto God, sing praises to “his name”: extol him that rideth upon the
heavens by his “name Tom, and rejoice before him.”
We would have
no scriptural choice but the say his name is Tom, the short form of Tommy.
What if it said Eli Tom, which would mean my God is Tom, instead of Eli Yuh which means my God is Yuh, we would say
the name of God is Tom.
What if it said “Tom” hoo daw, which would mean
praise Tom, instead of Yuh hoo daw, which means praise Yuh.
the SOUND that tells us his name because a name is a SOUND, and it is not lost!
Psalm 72:17 says,
“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.”
Psalm 135:17 says,
name, O LORD, endureth for ever; and thy memorial, O LORD, throughout all generations.”
The transliteration of the sacred name tells us how to pronounce it, and also reveals what that SOUND
is, in all languages and dialects on earth.
When Judah’s mother named
him in Genesis 29:35, there were no Masoretic vowel points to deal with, nor in the Dead Sea Scrolls etc.
Again, He put the SOUND of His name in the Prophets names, and whatever SOUND his name made in their
names, that same SOUND is his name, and is handed down to us today, by knowing their names.
By knowing the “SOUND” of his name, that is in their names, we conclusively know the
SOUND of his name, and nothing can change that.
Again, the tribe of Judah is a
large tribe of people, and there’s no way for all of them to forget the “SOUND” of the name of the head
of their tribe, which is YH (Yuh) hoo daw in Hebrew, and means praise YH, and the YH is ALWAYS pronounced Yuh, NOT Yah or
Here is the Hebrew for the name Judah.
From H3034; celebrated; Jehudah (or Judah), the name of five Israelites; also,
of the tribe descended from the first, and of its territory: - Judah.”
Unlike English, Hebrew reads from right to left, and you can see for yourself the inspired name YH in Hebrew letters,
with the created vowel hanging around it, just waiting for someone to add them to the inspired scriptures, which they eventually
did, but with God’s Infinite wisdom, they cannot get away with it because of the Yuh SOUND that the YH makes and has
always made in the many biblical names. יְהוּדָה
Noticed that in Hebrew, the Yod He, is never touched by the Uninspired Vowel
and therefore it is not part of the sacred name. The uninspired “a” and “e” vowels were later shoved
between the Y and H and the YHWH, which changed the original SOUND from Yuh, to Yah or Yeh, which is breaking the third commandment
by falsifying it!
In other words, the “a” or “e” vowels
are hanging underneath or around the sacred name, but it’s not a part of the name, that came along later, when someone
came along, not understanding the vowels were there to remind the readers not to read the sacred name, but instead, say Adonai
or something else.
Nowhere in the “written word” of God does the
YH or YHWH have one of these uninspired vowels between them, and this is something you can verify for yourself by looking
at the Hebrew.
What conclusive evidence is there for the SOUND of the YH
or YHWH ever making a Yeh or Yah SOUND???
The bottom line is the A and the
E vowels are solely based upon the Masoretic vowels that someone later added into the sacred text, changing the SOUND of the
When these, created, Masoretic vowels were later added to
the Tetragrammaton, we now have a new SOUND, namely the Yah and Yeh SOUND, versus the original SOUND of Yuh, that the YH makes
without them, and is still SOUNDED Yuh in Hallelu Yuh and the prophets’ names, all over the world.
The Hebrew letters Yod He Waw He, when Transliterated into other languages like English etc, and
in English, the Hebrew Yod He Waw He is equivalent to the SOUND of our English YHWH. Now all we have to do is get an unbiased
child or anyone for that matter, to SOUND, or pronounce it, and we will have the same SOUND of the name that Moses heard,
Exodus 3:15, and which he captured with his alphabet Yod He Waw He, which equals our YHWH SOUND!
I am pointing you back to the original SOUND that the name of God made, before someone added the
uninspired “a” or “e” vowel to it.
uses the short form of the name of God in everyday conversation, and it has LORD in all capitals where the YH is.
“The LORD (YH) is my strength and song, and he is become my salvation:
he is “my God”, and I will prepare him an habitation; my father's God, and I will “exalt” him.”
for H3068, and meaning the same; Jah, the sacred name: - Jah, the Lord, most vehement. Cp. names in “-iah,” “-jah.”
Total KJV occurrences: 49
We have inherited lies, and we need to be different, a peculiar people, and use his true name that we’ve heard
all our lives with our own ears, or should we just go along with the lies that we are told?
Jeremiah 16:19-21 says, “O LORD, my strength, and my fortress, and my refuge in the day of
affliction, the Gentiles 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. Shall a man make gods unto himself, and they are no gods?
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.”
We would think the word Hallelujah would change a little bit in some of the many languages throughout
the whole earth, but it appears to have started off as hallelujah and is still hallelujah today the same SOUND in all the
earth, this is a miracle in itself.
When God said he raised pharaoh
up so that his name would be declared throughout all the earth,
the odds of someone picking a Yuh SOUND that is said the same in all the earth, and that same Yuh SOUND just happen to be
in all the Prophets names, and the same Yuh SOUND just happens to mean God this or God that, and the same Yuh SOUND just happens
to match the SOUND of the Hebrew transliteration of the Hebrew Yod He Waw He (Tetragrammaton).
And how could the Yuh SOUND not be the SOUND of the name of God?
How can a totally different SOUND, created by using uninspired vowels and adding them into the scriptures
be his name instead of the name Yuh?
They were saying hallelujah in
China and in Russia, Europe, and all over the world they were saying the same SOUND hallelujah and it hasn’t changed
yet and will not change in none of these countries. How is that possible?
Hallelujah is not a resent SOUND it goes on back past horse and buggy days, it goes back past cowboy days, back to
When we deny the SOUND of his name, the name that we’ve
been hearing all our lives since birth, is to deny the SOUND that the Transliterated Hebrew letters Yod He Waw He makes, which
SOUND is equivalent to the SOUND of our English letters YHWH, which produces the SOUND of Yuh Wuh, when pronounced by an unbiased
person, and this is an undeniable fact, and the SOUND that the Yod He Waw He makes, is the name of our God, which also is
an undeniable FACTS!
It is the SOUND that went into all the earth with the word
Hallelu, which means praise and Yuh is his Holly name. Hallelu Yuh.
his name is also to deny the SOUND of his name, Yuh, that he put in the names of all his prophets, which we’ve been
hearing and saying, especially the Hebrew speaking people.
How can we
deny the SOUND of his name, Yuh, that we’ve been hearing and saying all our lives, which SOUND is handed down to us
from our ancestors? How can we deny it when we’ve already heard it? To deny it is to deny life itself.
Yet some will deny it because of the so-called wise and prudent scholars, but this old country boy
is going to stick with what his ears are actually hearing, and not with what some scholars are saying.
When I hear the sound of the Father’s name Yuh, which is in the names of his Prophets, and
in Hallelu Yuh, I clearly hear a distinct Yuh sound.
Should we deny
the sound of his name Yuh, the SOUND that the YH makes, the SOUND that we are hearing, and go with the sound of one of the
names that some scholars are saying?
I can’t help but hearing
the sound of his name that the YH makes, as being Yuh, not Yah or Yeh, and I can’t deny it.
Give me that old time religion
The Vaw or the Wah SOUND.
As of now, the author believes the
V SOUND is influenced by the German language.
Even among the Hebrew speaking
people, there is a big debate going on over the original SOUND of the V and W. Why is this?
Before the Hebrew people were scattered to Germany etc, there was no problem, they were all
on the same page concerning the pronunciation of the name.
If the original
SOUND was a V SOUND, there would be no debate, because the ones who didn’t go to Germany would still have the V SOUND
same as the ones who did. But if the original SOUND was a W SOUND, I can see how those that went to Germany would eventually
adapt to the German language, which has a V SOUND instead of the W SOUND and then the problem begins.
Again, if it was originally a V SOUND, then the ones who didn’t scatter to Germany would still
have the V SOUND, just like the ones who did, and then there’s nothing to debate, because everyone is still on the V
The goal of the Mesorites was to add vowels around the sacred
name to make everyone say Adonai instead of the true sacred name Yuh Wuh and then someone come along and put the vowels into
the name itself to make them say Yahweh or Jehovah instead of the true sacred name Yuh Wuh. It appears that both methods are
The second group of people following the tradition not to say the sacred name, which possibly could have been more
zealous men of the Masoretes, or another group, took a different approach by adding vowels between the YH, having people say
Yahweh or Jehovah instead of the true name YHWH, pronounced Yuh Wuh, protecting anyone from blaspheming, and it worked and
is still working today, and that in itself is amazing when it is so obvious that the SOUND of sacred name is Yuh Wuh, and
everyone knows there’s no vowels in Hebrew between the YH, except most Gentiles. Now we have the orthodox Jews saying
Adonai instead of the name Yuh Wuh, and all the other nations (Gentiles) saying Yahweh or Jehovah, instead of the true name
It appears that these Jews, knowing that they could not get the Gentiles to follow Jewish tradition and say Adonai,
so with these uninspired vowels, they created the names Yahweh and Jehovah for them to say instead of the sacred name Yuh
The second group used a different approach to accomplish the same thing. The added vowels to the name YH (Yuh) changed
the SOUND of it to a totally different name, namely Jehovah or Yahweh, thus they were protecting the True SOUND of the name
Yuh Wuh, from the Gentiles who did not know enough about the Hebrew language, to know that there are no vowels between the
YH, for the names Jehovah and Yahweh, and it is still working today.
Remember, they were protecting the true SOUND of the name of God, by having
the Jews saying Adonai, and the Gentiles saying Yahweh or Jehovah.
The bogus names Yahweh and Jehovah are just another way to
keep people from saying the true sacred name YHWH as written by Moses.
As long as they keep people saying Adonai, Yahweh, or Jehovah,
they are keeping them from saying the sacred name Yuh Wuh, which is their goal. People today are not servants of Yuh Wuh,
but unwittingly servants of the Jews, and
do not even know it.
people came out of using the name Jesus, when they found out it was erroneous and that there was no letter J, for the name
Let’s pray they do the same with the names Jehovah and Yahweh, when they find out that there’s no letter
A or E between the YH in the written Hebrew language, making these names illegitimate, because of the created Masoretes vowels
being added between the YH.
What are our options concerning
the SOUND of the sacred name of God?
The SOUND of his name is real evidence and is the best witness as to what his name is, not what other
people say it is, by using a lot of speculating, guessing, conjecture, hearsay, assumptions, etc, but using SOUND, which is
We have three major SOUND we are looking at, concerning the YH, Yuh, Yah, and Yeh. What could cause someone to skip
over the original YH/Yuh SOUND as in Hallelu Yuh, the name of God, that went into all the earth, and pick the Yeh or Yah SOUND
that some man may or may not have said or written, that his name might be???
James Adair, who lived among the American Indians for many
years and wrote a book on them, how he believes they are Israelites and says they say his name is YOHEWAH and makes a compelling
case that the American Indians are descendants of the Israelites, but even if he is right, that does not conclusively prove
that they are SOUNDING his name right and that he is hearing it right. Nothing conclusive.
The SOUND I hear them chanting is Yuh Yuh Yuh Wuh Yuh Yuh
Yuh Wuh, my point is who are we to believe, nearly all these reports SOUND believable?
I believe he wanted his name pronounced correctly throughout
all the earth and he pronounced it correctly to Moses, and Moses wrote it down, and the transliteration of the name that he
wrote down is Yuh Wuh, which anyone can easily verified in a few minutes, if there are people around to ask to sound the YHWH
Using the sound of our English YHWH letters, it can not make any other sound other than Yuh Wuh, when sounding these
The same is true with the sound of the Hebrew letters Yod He Waw He, it can only make the Yuh Wuh sound.
There are many
options to choose from, because people come up with many different SOUNDS for the name of God, and they all have their reasons
for their beliefs, but they all can’t be right and could all be wrong.
Most of them study and go into ancient manuscripts etc and
try to see what the SOUND of God’s name is, but they cannot even agree among themselves, therefore, after we study each
one of their arguments, should we just pick the one that makes the best argument?
Some argue that Greek writings reveals the sacred name, like
IABE was pronounced Yahweh, but we do not know for sure these letters are even right, must less how they were being pronounced
and can we really trust it, especially when people have been hiding the name?
In our English Bibles His name is written iah at the end of
many biblical names, but is pronounced Yuh, as in hallelujah, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Nehemiah, Obadiah, etc, not Yah!
says his name is Yah, which is the same as the iah, and it should be pronounced Yuh also.
(KJV) “Sing unto “God”, sing praises to his “name”: extol him that rideth upon
the heavens by “his name “JAH”, and rejoice before him.”
People argue that his name is this or that, after he repeatedly tells us his name through the SOUND of his name that
is in the names of his Prophets, and that SOUND of his name is Yuh that went into all the earth.
How would you feel if someone insisted
on calling you something different than what you keep telling them what your name is?
That is very disrespectful, especially when he tells us so
many times, what his name is, in the prophets’ names and Hallelu Yuh, not to mention the transliteration of the Tetragrammaton,
which is Yuh Wuh.
Deuteronomy 32:3 KJV says,
 “Because I will “publish
the name” of the “LORD”: ascribe ye greatness unto our God.”
We must believe the prophet Moses or be fools.
 “Then he said unto them, “O fools”,
and slow of heart to believe “all” that the prophets have spoken:”
The Messiah calls them fools for being slow to believe all
that the prophets have spoken, which would include the prophet Moses.
Luke 16:31 KJV says,
he said unto him, If they “hear not Moses” and the prophets, neither will they be persuaded, though one rose from
The Messiah teaches that we are to believe the writings of Moses
John 5:47 says,
 “But if ye believe not his “writings”, how shall ye believe my words?”
My point is that God told the prophet
Moses what the SOUND of his name is, and the prophet Moses wrote it down, so he could publish it, and because of tradition
of men, people have a problem believing what Moses wrote down.
I believe the 4 Hebrew letters, Yod He Waw He, that he wrote down, which
is equals to the SOUND of our YHWH, when transliterated, and is pronounced Yuh Wuh, as in Hallelu Yuh is the correct SOUND
of his name, because it is the same sound of his name that is in the names of his prophets!
We must believe the writings
of Moses, and he didn’t write a name that the sound can’t be specifically published, and leave the door open for
everyone to add what vowels they want to add to the name he already wrote, to make the name sound what they think it should
I do not believe the Greek A, in IABE, must make a hard A SOUND for the name Yah! As a matter of fact, his name Yuh,
that is in ALL the many biblical names ending in “iah” or “jah” makes the Yuh SOUND, with a soft U,
as in Hallelujah (Hallelu Yuh), the SOUND of his name that went into all the earth, not a hard A SOUND.
The SOUND we hear in ALL biblical
names with the name of God in their names, like Isaiah, Jeremiah, Obadiah, Elijah, Nehemiah, and many more cannot all be wrong.
None of the
many many SOUNDS of names that they come up with are in harmony with the SOUND of his name Yuh that went into all the earth,
and is said the same in every language, yet they choose the SOUND of one of those many names above the SOUND of his true name
that went into all the earth, and that SOUND is Yuh.
We can reject and deny that SOUND if we like, but a name is a SOUND and when
we deny and reject the SOUND, we deny and reject his name.
The A between the YH in the prophets’ names still makes the Yuh SOUND
and if we pull it out, it still makes the Yuh SOUND in all the names ending in iah and jah, because his name is Yuh. A name
is not just some written letters, but a SOUND.
We must find out the SOUND of his name before we can know what his name is.
Here are some well-known facts.
1. We know
the SOUND of the Transliterated Yod He is equivalent to our YH and is pronounced Yuh, as in Hallelu Yuh.
2. We know the SOUND of the YH
in all the prophets’ names is also pronounced Yuh.
3. We know the SOUND of his name that went into all the earth is also pronounced
Yuh, because that is his name, and when he pronounced his name to Moses, it would not be any different.
4. We know that in light of the
conclusive evidence above, his name is Yuh.
5. We “do not know” if what people have been telling us is 100% true. I could list a
bunch of stuff that we don’t know, but I won’t right now.
There will be many religious people that will come to him in that day asking
if they were using the right name saying, Lord Lord did we not do this and that in your name? And he will say to them depart
from me you that work in equity, I never knew you, Matthew 7:22.
Some of the many RELIGIOUS people, in Matthew 7:22 could be Yahweh and Jehovah
people along with the Jesus people etc and everyone who rejects the sacred SOUND of his name Yuh Wuh.
We don’t want our loved ones
or ourselves to be in that number.
Let’s put the shoe on the
other foot for a minute.
What if the sound of his name, that is in all the prophets names, was a Yeh or Yah sound, as Eli Yeh or Yah, Isa Yeh
or Yah, Jeremi Yeh or Yah, Nehemi Yeh or Yah, and Hallelu Yeh or Yah, etc, wouldn’t we then say that that is the sound
of his name, or would we then say the sound is Yuh, even if Yuh was not the sound we hear in the prophets names?
And on top
of that, what if the Transliteration of the sound of the YH, was Yeh or Yah, would we insist on calling him Yuh, even if Yuh
was not the sound of the transliteration?
Certainly not, we would correctly say that the sound of his name is Yeh or Yah, because that’s
the sound we hear, not Yuh, a sound that we did not hear. Why can’t we do the same with the Yuh sound that we hear,
because that’s the sound of the name that we are hearing?
Is it because of tradition or something that we have been told by people that
we think are smarter than us, that we can’t accept what we are hearing with our own ears?
As I said, this book conclusively proves what the “SOUND” of the name of God is.
We have proven that when we’ve found the SOUND of his name, we’ve
actually found his name, because a name is a SOUND, and then we can share the SOUND/NAME with others.
By taking this approach to finding
the true name of God, the “SOUND” approach, which is different from the wise and prudent scholars’ approach,
who tried to find his name by using the uninspired vowels from the Masoretic text, we can conclusively prove what his name
is, and everyone who calls on it will be saved, Joel 2:32.
The new approach is to find the true SOUND of the sacred name, and when we do,
we’ve found the true name of God, because a name is a SOUND.
I’ve never heard God’s name make any other SOUND than the SOUND
Yuh, as it is SOUNDED in the names of his prophets, and in the name Hallelu Yuh, and the Yuh sound that the YH makes when
transliterated into English.
This book has conclusively shown what the SOUND of God’s name is. As I said, some things are
hidden in simplicity.
Again, we hear with our own ears, the distinct SOUND of his name “Yuh”, that is in the prophets’
names, and we now see with our own eyes that there’s no A or E vowel between the YH in the written Hebrew language,
which A or E vowel is absolutely necessary for the name of Jehovah and Yahweh, and if its not there, it makes the names Jehovah
and Yahweh scripturally IMPOSSIBLE, which I have shown.
We simply believe, like a little child, and a little child has no problem pronouncing
the YHWH as Yuh Wuh, which is the correct Transliteration of the Hebrew Yod He Waw He, and we must humble ourselves and become
as a little child to be saved, Matthew 18:3.
Hope that this book has got you to thinking that if we don’t add an A or E vowel between the
YH, the YH will then make a Yuh SOUND, as in Hallelu Yuh, which is the name of God that went into all the earth, in the word
Hallelu Yuh, and is pronounced the same in every language.
And also makes the Yuh SOUND of the name of God that is in the prophets’
names, names like Isa Yuh, Jeremi Yuh, Eli Yuh, Yuh hoo daw, etc. and that this is no coincidence, because YH (Yuh) is his
name, and is obviously SOUNDED Yuh, not Yah or Yeh.
The last option is, we can ignore all of this conclusive evidence and take it
up with him on judgment day and explain to him why we chose to continue using the sound of other names like YahWeh and Jehovah,
when there’s no A or E vowel between the YH in the original Hebrew text, for the SOUND of either of these names.
is freedom”, he said you shall know the truth and the truth will make you free, and we are now free from calling on
names that does not represent the name of our God.
We are free and no longer give glory, honor, and praise to a totally different
name, with a totally different SOUND, other than the SOUND of the name of our God and Saviour, Yuh Wuh. Hallelu Yuh.
Due to the
extreme urgency of getting this book out, I am publishing it with the intent to have my pastor brother Matthew Janzen edit
it, and add more specific information, which will conclusively prove what has already been conclusively proven in this book,
if that is possible.
I wanted to talk a little more about The Ugarit Text, which
Brother Matthew can do in the next book. The Ugarit Text is among the oldest writings ever found, and in them, it says the
son of God’s name is Y - W, which is pronounced Yuh Wuh, same as YH-WH, which is pronounced Yuh-Wuh etc.
In the Ugarit
Text, the YW is written with only 2 letters, YW, but makes the same identical SOUND as the Hebrew YH-WH, that is found in
the Hebrew text.
Abraham owned all the land of Canaan, Gen 17:8, and the name of Abraham’s God is YHWH, which they pronounced
with only 2 letters, YW.
His name is written YW, YHW, YHWH, and YH, psalm 68:4, all are pronounced, Yuh, or Yuh-wuh.
The Ugaritic text is “KTU
1.1 IV 14: which says,
sm . bny . yw . ilt
My point in bringing up this ancient historical evidence, showing that the SOUND of the name of God
was present in the land that God gave to Abraham and was pronounced Yuh Wuh. Anyone interested can see the chapter that Brother
Matthew Janzen will add, along with much more information, in the next addition.
A name is a sound and he raised up pharaoh that the sound
of his name would be declared throughout all the earth which was done with the word Hallelujah.
If a name is a sound, where did his name go to, did it evaporate, where is it
Does knowing his name really matter?
Laying aside all the many scriptures
that says if we call on his name we will be saved etc., I find the following two scriptures interesting.
Psalm 79:6 says,
 “Pour out thy wrath upon the heathen that have not known thee, and upon the “kingdoms” that have
not called upon thy name.”
 “Pour out thy fury upon the heathen that know thee
not, and upon the “families that “call not” on thy name”: for they have eaten up Jacob, and devoured
him, and consumed him, and have made his habitation desolate.”
Remember, TRUTH is FREEDOM, and once we know it, our lives will never be the same, we
will be new creatures in the Messiah,. HalleluYuh.
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God gave me this message of the true SOUND of his name for the people, and be it far from me that I would make gain
off this truth.
Not I or anyone will make any money off any of my books, freely I received and freely I give.
pay the printing and shipping cost, I have paid for the publishing, Etc, out of my pocket. If anyone cannot afford the price
of the book, let me know and I will get it to you.
Again, I do not change anything, not because it is worthless, but because it
is priceless, and it was given to me for you, and not for me to make any money.
We the people do not need any scholars or anyone to tell us
what the SOUND of the name of God is. It is self evident that his name is Yuh, as in Hallelu Yuh, the name that went into
all the earth, and is said the same in every language. We hold the following truths as self-evident.
It is self evident that a name
is a SOUND, and we know what SOUND that we have been hearing with our on ears, all our lives.
We hear the SOUND of his name
Yuh that went into all the earth in Hallelu Yuh. Hallelu means praise and Yuh is his name that is to be praised, NOT Yah or
Yeh, but Yuh.
We here with our own ears, that same SOUND of his name Yuh, in the Prophets names, like Isaiah Jeremiah, Nehemiah,
Obadiah, Elijah, etc. All these and many more biblical names have one thing in common, which is the SOUND of the name of their
God, Yuh, as in Hallelu Yuh, in their names, and that’s because the Israelites named their children after the SOUND
of the name of the God of Israel, which is Yuh.
Eli Yuh means my God is Yuh, IsaYuh means Yuh has saved, etc, and if Yuh was
not the SOUND of God’s name, they would never have put the SOUND of that name in their children’s names.
In other words,
through his name being in the prophets names, and Hallelu Yuh, which means praise Yuh, God has been telling us his name, all
these years, and no one has been listening until now, mainly because of the so-called wise and prudent scholars, saying that
the sound of his name is something else.
If his name was SOUNDED Yah or Yeh, instead of Yuh, then that SOUND would have emerged in scripture
instead of Yuh, and we would be saying Isa Yeh instead of Isa Yuh, and Hallelu Yeh, instead of Hallelu Yuh etc, and Mount
Mor-iah would have been name Mount MorYeh instead of Mount MorYuh etc.
It is self evident what we see with our own eyes, that there
is no A or E vowel inbetween the Y and H in Hebrew, for the name Yahweh or Jehovah, making those names Scripturally IMPOSSIBLE!
It is self
evident that the SOUND of his name is Yuh Wuh, when we see the Hebrew letters Yod He Waw He
Transliterated into our English letters YHWH, which makes the same SOUND of Yuh Wuh. If you don’t
believe it try to SOUND the YHWH any other way, or have a unbiased child do it for you.
When I hear the SOUND of the Father’s name which is
in the names of his Prophets, and in Hallelu Yuh, I clearly hear a distinct Yuh SOUND.
Should we deny the SOUND of the name that we are hearing,
and go with the SOUND of one of the names that some scholars are saying it might be?
I don’t apologize, but I can’t help but hear the
SOUND of his name as being Yuh, not Yah or Yeh, and will not lie about it, to myself, or anyone else.
By his grace and mercy, I have
been listening and realizing that the SOUND of God’s name is Yuh, NOT Yah or Yeh, for over 20 years, and shame on me
for not publishing it before now, I repent.
Moses said, “I will publish (proclaim) the name YHWH”, Deuteronomy
32:3, and I don’t believe Moses waited over 20 years to do so. Of course I began proclaiming it back then, but not with
the zeal and assurance as I do now, after conclusively proving the SOUND of his name can be nothing else but Yuh.