The Father's Name
The word IEUE is the most accurate transliteration of our Creator's one and only (proper noun) Name (יהוה, H3068), in any language that uses the letters I, E and U — not YHWH.
Transliteration should not be confused with transcription. Transliteration is mapping letters via letter shape similarities (graphology) and historical links. On the other hand transcription is mapping the sounds of living languages to letters (which is best done via transliteration). Transcriptions are often found in dictionary entries straight after a word. They can be basic (spelled) or can have strange signs (usually the IPA [International Phonetic Alphabet]). For example, welcome can be transcribed as [wel-kuhm] (spelled), or [/ˈwɛlkəm/] (IPA). Square brackets "[ ]" are used to distinguish word pronunciation (as well as editorial comments) [both kinds have been employed on this website]. A word does not always have the same transliteration as transcription; and sometimes words cannot always be easily expressed as 100% transliteral or 100% transcriptional. (On this site all transcriptions are of a British accent, specifically the sound that's used in the very south of England: the Received Pronunciation [RP] [also called the Queen's (or King's) English, Oxford English, or BBC English].)
YHWH is almost a half accurate transliteration of the tetragrammaton; the Y and W sounds (but not shapes) are accurate, but not the H sound or shape.
The letter Y is partly accurate because its sound evolved out of the sound of the Old English letter I said as [eeh]; and has more of an Ancient Hebrew sound in most words than the letter I itself does today which can also be pronounced as: [ih], as in 'live'; [eeh], as in 'ancient'; or [ai], as in 'kind'. Also the Y shape resembles the Ancient Hebrew hand and arm pictographic letter named ID [eed] (that the letter yod came from) turned 90 degrees anti-clockwise but with the hand enlarged and the upper arm removed. However the letter Y is not as old as the letter I. Also the Y shape is identical to, evolved out of and looks more like (compared to the hand and arm pictograph ID) the Ancient Hebrew tent peg pictograph named UU [ooh ooh]; which has a totally different U [ooh] sound. In addition the I shape looks more like the Ancient Hebrew hand and arm pictograph named ID because the I shape is less like the Ancient Hebrew tent peg pictograph named UU. Moreover the transliteral equivalent of the letter I is said as [eeh] in all four other major modern SHaMitic* alphabets: Greek (iota), Modern Jewish Hebrew (yod(h)/yud(h)), Syriac Aramaic (yod) and Arabic (ya). So the letter Y is not a consonant like we are taught in school—but a (simple) vowel; and there has been a conspiracy against this letter. (Yacht = [ee-ot], Yellow = [ee-eh-low], Yesterday = [ee-est-er-day].) The letter I is the best English transliteration (shape and historic match) of the Ancient Hebrew letter named ID [eed]: which is said as [eeh] in a word, and which is now called yod(h) or yud(h) in Modern Jewish Hebrew.
[*the letters capitalised in the word "SHaMitic" are the transliterations of the Ancient Hebrew root-letters of the English word Semitic that is based on H8035 (ika [incorrectly known as] Shem); in similar fashion to the way many other Hebrew words are presented on this website]
Yes, the English and Greek alphabets are SHaMitic and we shall endeavour to prove that to you! The scripTUREs solidly support this.
Like the letter Y, the letter W is partly accurate because its sound evolved out of the sound of the Old English letter U said as [ooh]; and has more of an Ancient Hebrew sound in most words than the letter U itself does today which can also be pronounced as the short [uh] as in but. Also the W shape resembles the upper half of the shape (VV) of the two-letter pictographic name of the Ancient Hebrew tent-peg letter UU [ooh ooh] (that the letter waw/vav came from). However the letter W is not as old as the letter U. In addition the U shape looks more like the Ancient Hebrew tent peg pictograph named UU than the W (double U) shape. Moreover the transliteral equivalents of the letters U and W are said as [ooh] in all four other major modern SHaMitic alphabets: Greek (upsilon), Modern Jewish Hebrew (waw/vav), Syriac Aramaic (waw) and Arabic (waw). So the letter W is not a consonant like we are taught in school, but a (simple) vowel; and there has been a conspiracy against this letter as well. (What = [oo-ot], Where = [oo-ere], When = [oo-en], Why = [oo-ai].) The letter U is the best transliteration (shape and historic match) of the Ancient Hebrew letter named UU said as [ooh] in a word, but with a letter name said as [ooh ooh]: which is now called waw or vav in Modern Jewish Hebrew.
However the letter H which is said to be the best Latin transliteration of the Modern Jewish Hebrew letter named "he" or "heh: is not accurate at all—it should be an E. This is because compared to all other living SHaMitic alphabets (Modern Jewish Hebrew, Aramaic Syriac and Arabic)—
1) The majority of the descendants of ISHaRaAL (ika Israel or Jacob) went on to use the English, Latin and Greek alphabets.
2) The Greek family of alphabets is older than the Aramaic family of alphabets: and the English and Latin alphabets evolved from the Paleo Greek alphabet. This alphabet is about 200 years older than the Paleo (first) Aramaic alphabet, which the square script Hebrew (Modern Jewish) alphabet evolved from (as well as the Aramaic Syriac and Arabic alphabets). Also the English and Latin alphabets evolved out of the Paleo Greek alphabet, with a third less alphabets in between, than between Paleo Aramaic and Square Script Hebrew; this has given much less room for divergence with respect to pronunciation with time in the Paleo-Greek to English evolutionary line.
3) The English, Latin and Greek alphabets have been used over a larger geographical area both today, and throughout history.
4) There are many more artifacts with the Greek, Latin and English alphabets on them.
Therefore the letter H in the word YHWH denies that the lost tribes of ISHaRaAL exist. It denies that both houses have a role to play in restoration of the clean lip in the rebuilding of TSIUN. The identity of the all the tribes reveals the Sacred Name. When the tribes know who they are, they can know what to call their Creator, as well as know who He is—because His Name describes His character!
Again, the IEUDIM (ika Jews) are not the only ISHaRaALites (ika Israelites), and the lost tribes did not disappear off the face of the Earth never to be seen again.
Yes, the IEUDIM have preserved most Ancient Hebrew written words by providing Modern Jewish Hebrew written transliterations, and have preserved some of the pronunciation of the original language they were entrusted with (Romans 3:2). However—being entrusted with something does not mean a people will necessarily honour that expectation, and the alphabets of the Northern House also have a very large role to play. In fact, the English, Latin and Greek alphabets evolved out of the Ancient Hebrew alphabet, just as modern square-script Hebrew alphabet did. So all five major SHaMitic alphabets can help us decode the pronunciation of the tetragrammaton.
One of the biggest scams of all time is that Ancient Hebrew had no vowel-letters! Almost certainly, it did not have vowels written between every two (true) consonants (as there was an unwritten deafult a, and not vowel points—check any Ancient, Paleo, Middle or early Modern Hebrew script—the points are not there!). However, Ancient Hebrew had vowel-letters. In fact each and every letter of the tetragrammaton is a vowel: and the word YHWH only has two vowels—Y and W.
To add to this, the ancient pictographic letter (called CHaTS in Ancient Hebrew) which was the origin of the English letter H means divide in Ancient Hebrew; so when we write YHWH (or YHVH of IHUH), we are calling our Creator: "He Hooked-on-HH", "He Hooked-on-Thicket-Fence", "He Thorn", "He Secures-HH", "He Secures-Thicket-Fence", or "He Angel-of-Satan" (2 Corinthians 12:7)! In sharp contrast IEUE in Ancient Hebrew means "He Secures-Breathing" indicating life-giving—not division and suffering from a sharp point!
The word "Yeh-weh" is a more of a (English) transcription than a transliteration. The E's are completely accurate transliterations. However it's Y and W are only part accurate transliterations, and the H's are only there to sound the English E's correctly. In this case the H's are silent as always in a Modern English transcription (sound match, and not throaty H's like in [the Eastern] Modern Jewish Hebrew, Aramaic Syriac and Arabic ([ch]/[kh]/[hh]).
The Son's Name
The Son's Name means "IEUE Saves" and is best transliterated in English (and other languages with I, E, U, SH for the [sh] sound and O) as IEUESHUO (except for the [sh] which is a transcription); or best transliterated (completely) into Old and Middle English as IEUEʃUO—the letter ʃ (named "esh") was a single letter for the [sh] sound. The Name IEUESHUO is often found in scripture with the title 'E (the) MaSHICH (ika Messiah)'. Overall the English transcription would be spelled as [Yeh-weh-shooh-oh eh Mah-sheech], with an Eastern [ch / kh / hh] at the end. In other European languages this would be different.
Scripturally supported: ancient pictographic Two-House Hebrew, theologians, and exposed conspiracies reveal the most accurate Names of the Creator and His Son. The Ancient Hebrew letters that comprise the Names of the Creator (in Modern Jewish Hebrew יהוה; in English: IEUE) and His Son (in Modern Jewish Hebrew יהושוע/יהוהשוע ;in English: IEUEʃUO/IEUʃUO) have been the most attacked by XaTHaN (ika Satan) over the entire course of history. These letters are equivalent to the English letters: I [eeh], E [eh], U [ooh], ʃ [sh] and O [oh]. He did not need to alter the all of the scriptures—only the letters that save us!
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