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c. Early Theologians' Use: Early Theologians Who Used the Name Yehweh


Part I: The Father's Name Is Best Transcribed into Modern English as Yehweh - Not Yahweh

c. Early Theologians' Use: Early Theologians Who Used the Name Yehweh

Early Theologians Who Have Used the Name Yehweh in History


Josephus 37 to ~100AD

Josephus, also known as Yosef Ben Matityahu (Joseph, son of Matthias), who became known, in his capacity as a Roman citizen, as Titus Flavius Josephus, was a 1st-century Jewish historian and apologist of priestly and royal ancestry who survived and recorded the Destruction of Jerusalem in 70. His works give an important insight into first-century Judaism.

He confirmed the tetragrammaton had four vowels by stating in his observations of the High Priest in the first century AD that,

“A mitre also of fine linen encompassed his head, which was tied by a blue ribbon, about which there was another golden crown, in which was engraven the sacred name [of God]: it consists of four vowels
(Wars of the Jews (Chapter V, section 7).

The four vowels are also verified, per Josephus, because he said that ancient historians familiar with Zerubbabeland others, saw these four vowels with their own eyes.


Petrus Alphonsi

Petrus Alphonsi 1062-1110

Also known as Peter Alfonsi; born Moses Sepharadi, was a Jewish Spanish writer and astronomer, and polemicist, who converted to Christianity. He was educated in Arabic and Hebrew and was interested in science, particularly astronomy. He used diagrams of the trinity and tetragrammaton using the Name IEUE. (IEUE is not a trinity, but this still adds evidence that IEUE was in use by early theologians).

Source:Wikipedia Image:Tetragrammaton-Trinity-diagram-12thC.jpg


Source: St Johns College, Cambridge University

Joachim of Fiore

Joachim of Fiore (c. 1135 - 1202) Used the Name "IEUE" [Yehweh] for the Tetragrammaton

Joachim of Fiore (aka "Joachim of Flora" and "Gioacchino da Fiore" [in Italian]) (c. 1135 – March 30, 1202)—was an Italian mystic, a theologian and an esoterist. He used the old English Name, "IEUE" for the tetragrammaton in his diagrams of the trinity [we do not believe in the trinity—but that we can still learn from his work]. "His famous Trinitarian 'IEUE' interlaced circles diagram was influenced by the different 3-circles Tetragrammaton-Trinity diagram of Petrus Alphonsi, and in turn led to the use of the Borromean rings as a symbol of the Christian Trinity (and possibly also influenced the development of the Shield of the Trinity diagram). (Wikipedia: Joachim of Fiore). His diagrams are kept in the Bodleian Library, University of Oxford, England, UK—and have the reference number, "MS CCC 255A f.7v.". Below is the highest resolution image we could find of his, "IEUE" diagram from the University of Virginia [Retrieved 2013-06-02]...Continue 


Henry VI

Henry VI of England and His Heralds ~1460

Henry VI of England and his heralds used this heraldic arms attributed to St. Michael (the archangel). The heraldic arms has IEUE at the centre. In subsequent centuries the word IEUE was replaced with Deus. It was a type of diagram called the Shield of the Trinity.


Source: Wikipedia Image: Arms-of-St-Michael


The Godhead- There Is No Trinity (and the Messiah Is Not God)

Messiah Is Not God

The godhead—there is no Trinity and the Messiah is not God. The Messiah is 100% man and 0% God (the Father)—and did not pre-exist before His birth...Continue


Part I: The Father's Name Is Best Transcribed into Modern English as Yehweh - Not Yahweh

a. Euro Ancient Hebrew: Ancient Hebrew Was More Like English and Greek - than Jewish Hebrew, Syriac Aramaic and Arabic

i. The English and Greek Alphabets Are Semitic-Israelite Alphabets

ii. The Jews Are Not the Only Israelites - the Lost Tribes Settled in the West

iii. The English Alphabet Is the Most Similar to the Ancient Hebrew Alphabet

iv. English and Greek Are the Most Alive Semitic Languages Today

b. Hiero Ancient Hebrew: Ancient Hebrew Was Pictographic

i. There Are 22 Picture-Letters (Pictographs) in the Ancient Hebrew Alphabet

ii. The Ancient Hebrew Alphabet Was the First Alphabet On Earth

iii. Ancient Hebrew Inscriptions Have Been Found In - But Aren't From - Egypt

iv. The Ancient Hebrew Culture Defined the Ancient Hebrew Pictographs

v. All Hebrew Words Have Meanings Derived from their Pictographs

vi. The Pictographic Meaning of the Father's Name Is "He Secures-Breathing"

vii. Speaking Ancient Hebrew Is Easy - Compared to Modern Jewish Hebrew

c. Early Theologians' Use: Early Theologians Who Used the Name Yehweh

d. Late Theologians' Use: Modern Theologians Using the Name Yehweh

e. Anti-Yehweh Conspiracies: Conspiracies Against the Name Yehweh


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