☛ vi. The Pictographic Meaning of the Father's Name Is, "He Secures-Breathing"
The Name IEUE Means "He Secures-Breathing"
IEUE means: "He Secures-Breathing" or "He Hooked-on-Breathing".
I-EUE is actually a phrase-Name of two words.
The first letter and word consisting of the single letter named ID [eed] (incorrectly known as yod) (said as [eeh] in a word) means "He" (as in the English he, she or me): in this case.
The second (three-letter-child-root) word best transliterated into English as EUE (not HWH) consisting of the letters named EA-UU-EA [eh-ah—ooh-ooh—eh-ah] (incorrectly known as heh-yod-heh) said as [eh-ooh-eh] as a word—means "secures-breathing" or "hooked-on-breathing".
The meaning of the word EUE is based on the Ancient Hebrew root-word system which is built from one letter to two (parent-root) to three (child-root). It is not built on the meaning of individual letters running left to right in a linear fashion, as many Westerners have inclined to do. Ancient Hebrew root-words have either two words (parent roots) or three words (child roots). Parent roots are based on two individual letter meanings combined, and child roots are based on parent roots (just like children come from parents in a family—I-EUE is all for family!).
The base letter of the child-root-word EUE is the "man-with-arms-raised (from looking and gasping at a great sight)" picture letter transliterated in English as E (named EA and said as [eh]). E means "breath": in this instance.
Then, the parent-root-word transliterated in English as EE (double EA) means "breathing".
Finally, if we then place the tent-peg picture letter which transliterates into English as U (named UU [ooh-ooh]—not vav/waw): said as [ooh] in a word which can mean "hook" or "secure"—between the two letter E's (at their heart/core/middle) we get EUE. This is a child-root-word which means "hooked-on-breathing" or "secures-breathing".
The phrase A-EIE [ah-eh-eeh-eh / ah-eh-yeh] ASHaR [ashar] A-EIE [ah-eh-eeh-eh / ah-eh-yeh] (incorrectly known as "ehyeh asher ehyeh" in Modern Jewish Hebrew) in SHaMUT Exodus 3:14 is an explanation up to the NameI-EUE. AEIE ASHaR AEIE means "I work-at-breathing that I work-at-breathing". If a creature works at breathing (respires) they "exist" or "am". MaSHE (Moses) had a speech impediment (stutter) and he had difficulty breathing (that is the main problem for most stutterers), and so he did not have the confidence to speak before Pharaoh. Therefore I-EUE reassured MaSHE by telling MaSHE that I-EUE "secured breathing". Other beings (humans) in the Bible have said A-EIE (I-exist) (H1961) about themselves, so A-EIE is only a title of Our Father and not I-EUE's memorial Name forever.
[Key: (co) = primal concrete meaning, (ac) = functional action meaning, (ab) = personified abstract meaning—all Ancient Hebrew letters (pictographs), words and phrases have three meanings, depending on the context.]
I (co) = HAND AND ARM
I (ac1) = WORKING
I (ac2) = THROWING
I (ac3) = WORSHIPPING
I (ab1) = WORKER, IT, (noun)
I (ab2) = HE (pronoun)
I (ab3) = WORSHIPPER (noun)
E (co1) = MAN WITH ARMS RAISED
E (co2) = A BREATH IN (INHALATION), A BREATH OUT (EXHALATION) (noun)
E (co3) = A SIGH (noun)
E (co4) = A LOOK (noun)
E (co5) = A REACH FOR HEAVEN (noun)
E (co6) = A REVELATION (noun)
E (ac1) = BREATHING IN (INHALING) or BREATHING OUT (EXHALING), TO BREATHE IN (TO INHALE) or TO BREATHE OUT (TO EXHALE)
E (ac2) = SIGHING, TO SIGH
E (ac3) = LOOKING, TO LOOK, LOOK (noun) [including "LOOK!"], THE
E (ac4) = REVEALING, TO REVEAL
E (ac5) = REACHING FOR HEAVEN, TO REACH FOR HEAVEN, (verb)
E (ab1) = SIGNALLING PRAYER
E (ab2) = SIGNALLING VICTORY
E (ab3) = SIGNALLING SOS
EE (co) = BREATHING
EUE (co) = HOOKED-ON BREATHING (H1933, H 1934, AHLB#: 1097 J-V)
EUE (ac) = SECURES BREATHING (H1933, H 1934, AHLB#: 1097 J-V)
EUE (ab1) = ACT OF IEUE!, WOAH! (H1929, AHLB#: 1097 A-N-m; H1930, AHLB#: 1098 A-N-m)
EUE (ab2) = DISASTER FROM IEUE (H1942, 1943, 1962, AHLB#: 1098 A-N-fl)
IEUE (ab-co) = HE HOOKED-ON BREATHING
IEUE (ab-ac) = HE SECURES BREATHING (H3068)
IEUE (ab-ab) = HE ACTS
A (co) = OX-HEAD
A (ac1) = STRENGTHENED
A (ac2) = POWERING
A (ac3) = LEADING
A (ab1) = LEADER
A (ab2) = I
EIE (co) = WORK AT BREATHING (H1961, AHLB#: 1097 M-V)
EIE (ac) = BE, IS, EXIST (H1961, AHLB#: 1097 M-V)
EIE (ab) = AM (H1961)
AEIE (ab-co) = I WORK-AT-BREATHING (H1961, AHLB#: 1097 M-V)
AEIE (ab-ab) = I BE, I AM (H1961, AHLB#: 1097 M-V)
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Only Vowels Are Breathed
The meaning of an Ancient Hebrew picture-letter (also called a glyph or a pictograph) can also tell us whether the letter was a vowel or consonant even. The letter "E" in the name IEUE is a vowel. A vowel is only breathed. The ancient man with arms raised picture-letter named "EA", transliterated into English as "E" and said as [eh], (equivalent to the Modern Jewish Hebrew letter named "he"), primarily means "breath" (or sigh, as at a strong [awesome] sight). Therefore the letter was breathed. In fact IEUE's whole name is breathed "ee-eh-oo-eh". There are four vowels and no consonants. It's full of life and breath. He gives us eternal life, since He is the Eternal One, so His Name must be breathed.
Both ABaRaM (Abram) and SHaRI (Sarai) both had the letter named EA, said as [eh] added to their names. They had become parents finally and hence contributors to many more LIVES. The name ABaRaM (H87) turned into ABaREM (H85) and the name SHaRI (H8297) turned into SHaRE (H8283). CHUE (Eve) the "mother of the living" has an E at the end of he name. Her name means "half [that] secures breath". The letter E represents IEUE's LIFE and SPIRIT.
Vowels Are More Secure
The Creator deliberately used four breathed vowels so we could know his Name. If he had used even just one consonant, the combinations, like the number of a safe’s possible combinations would be humungous. To say that Hebrew has no vowel-letters and that Y, H, and W (from YHWH) are all consonants would mean we could never know the pronunciation, since the range of vowels in between each consonant would produce a very large number of possibilities. (Besides, "Y" isn't even a consonant, it's pronounced as “ee”, like a Greek iota, "I", is today, and always has been. And "W" isn't a consonant either, it's pronounced as "ooh".)
IHUH/YHWH/YHVH Means "He Angel-of-Satan"
This meaning of the letter named "EA" (E) proves that there is no H/CH/HH/KH sound in the Father's Name. An "H" (hard or soft) is produced by closing the back of the throat — it is not a vowel, and is not breathed.
Therefore when people use a variant of the tetragrammaton involving the "H" (hard/guttoral or soft/non guttoral), they are denying that the Creator secures breathing, and also that the Northern House exists. The English language lacks guttorals, but non-ancient Jewish Hebrew overdoes them.
Instead they 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)!
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IAUE/YAWE/YAVE Means "He Compels-Desire"
IAUE/YAWE/YAVE [eeh-ah-ooh-eh/Yah-weh] means: "He Hooked-on-AE", "He Hooked-on-Sighing-in-Desire", "He Desires", "He Secures-AE", "He Secures-Sighing-in-Desire", "He Secures-Desire", "He Points-Out-What-is-Desired', or "He Compels-Desire" - Not "He Secures-Breathing".
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Ancient Hebrew Had Consonant-Letters AND Vowel-Letters
Ancient Hebrew Did Have Vowel-Letters - and They Were Unchangeable
The Ancient Hebrew alphabet did have unchangeable, secure and non-quiescent vowel-letters. There were five, named: AL [al], EA [eh-ah], ID [eed], ON [on], and UU [ooh-ooh]. They were pictographic and were derived from real-life everyday objects that surrounded Ancient Hebrew nomadic peoples: 1) AL was an ox-head, 2) EA was a man with arms raised, 3) ID was a hand and arm, 4) ON was an eye, and 5) was a tent peg. These letters correspond exactly to the English vowel-letters: A [ah], E [eh], I [ee], O [oh], and U [oo] - as well as basic vowel-letters of numerous major modern alphabets. Many of these alphabets evolved out of the "mother" Ancient Hebrew alphabet - including English. The unchangeable vowel-letters also correspond to the Modern Jewish Hebrew letters named: aleph, heh, yod, waw and ayin. However, the sounds of these letters are very quiescent (changeable), making them: nightmarishly complicated to learn, inconsistent, nonsensical, schizophrenic and actually mad. It's almost certain they've been corrupted - and that evil elite scribes have made a complete mess of perfectly plain and simple vowel-letters...Continue
Ancient Hebrew - The First Text Language
In ancient times writing materials like clay, leather, papyrus etc were scarce. They did not have the luxurious resources that we have today. Ancient Hebrew people never wasted letters: which is why they wrote two consonants together. They used the default "a" principle: meaning they voiced an [ah] sound between any two consonants. Ancient Hebrew is like SMS language/text talk on mobile phones [more in preparation].
☛ vi. The Pictographic Meaning of the Father's Name Is "He Secures-Breathing"