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English Words with the Creator's Name "IEUE" [Yehweh] in Them

Here's an alphabetical list of English words and/or names which contain the Creator's name IEUE in them—in it's Latin (IEVE) and/or a Middle English (JEWE) form. There are many additional words based on these (e.g. believer is based on believe) but they have not been included:

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Added by Jane E Lythgoe on January 18, 2012 at 17:00 — No Comments


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Yehwists Are Innovators

Yehwists are innovators—a minority, but are the first to take hold of a new idea.

According to Everett Rogers a communication scholar, sociologist, writer, and teacher—out of any group of people there are the:

Innovators 2.5%- Always first to take hold a…

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Added by Jane E Lythgoe on January 11, 2012 at 16:30 — No Comments


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Biblical References to the Place of Safety and the Way of Escape (C White) [Recommended Article]

BIBLICAL References to the Place of Safety and the Way of Escape by C White is one of the most comprehensive lists of Biblical references to Petra being the Place of…

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Added by Jane E Lythgoe on January 10, 2012 at 15:30 — No Comments


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Promised Protection – Secret Rapture or Place of Safety? (David C Pack) [Recommended Booklet & Videos]

"Millions believe in a secret RAPTURE, when Jesus will unexpectedly take Christians to heaven. Is this what the Bible teaches? God does promise protection—a place of safety. Is this a literal place, located somewhere on Earth—or in heaven? And can we know? Horrific prophecies will soon be fulfilled. Great numbers…

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Added by Jane E Lythgoe on January 10, 2012 at 14:30 — No Comments


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The Word "CHURch" Evolved Out of the Ancient Hebrew Word "KUR" (Examine)

The word "church" is far less pagan than many Messianics teach. Sixty seven percent or two thirds of its letters (4 out of 6: "c-h-u-r") come straight from the Ancient Hebrew word "KUR" [koor] which simply means "examine". The Modern English word "church" came from the Old English word "cirice"; which came from the West Germanic word "kirika"; which came…

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Added by Jane E Lythgoe on January 8, 2012 at 14:00 — 1 Comment


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European Words Derived from the Name BaNIMIN (Benjamin)

Throughout European history the BaNI IMINI [banee eemeenee] (Benjamites) have been infamous for being wolf-like killers and looters—as well as wolf-slayers. This is reflected in words in at least five major European languages; these words have the letter "a" between the letters "b" and "n" indicating that the "e" in the Modern Jewish Hebrew name "Ben" is erroneous. The…

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Added by Jane E Lythgoe on January 6, 2012 at 8:30 — 2 Comments


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Ancient Hebrew Weddings

Ancient Hebrew weddings may have included the following: 1) The blowing of the SHaPUR (shofar), 2) PaXIM (many colours/distinction/individuality) in tartan (plaid) garments and decorations, 3) A CHUPE (chuppah/canopy), 4) TSITSIT (fringes) and blue PaTILIM (bands) above (in height) ("up-on"—not within) the fringes all along each of four hems (not four enlarged tassels) of the garments, 5) ID IMINU…

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Added by Jane E Lythgoe on December 15, 2011 at 21:00 — 4 Comments


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Book Review - The Scriptures (Bible Version) by the ISR ✮✮✮✩✩

The Scriptures (TS) Bible version is an English Messianic literal translation. This translation differs significantly from most common English translations in that it has restored the original book order of the Hebrew Scriptures—and has used the Modern Jewish Hebrew letters יהוה for the Father's Name throughout. It also uses an almost accurate (five letter) name…

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Added by Jane E Lythgoe on December 5, 2011 at 8:30 — 2 Comments


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The "Joshua" Names - References to the Older-Testament Name "Joshua" (or Similar) in the Masoretic Jewish Hebrew Westminster Leningrad Codex

After "Joshua" the son of NUN died, we see up to 10 more men and one place recorded in the Masoretic Jewish Hebrew Westminster Lengingrad Codex (WLC)—each with the same name as one or the other of the two shortest versions (out…

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Added by Jane E Lythgoe on October 31, 2010 at 23:30 — No Comments


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The Jerusalem Post: "Zionist Christians Might be from Israel’s ‘Ten Lost tribes’"

The Jerusalem Post—the State of Israel's best-selling English daily newspaper, and most-read English website—reported in their October 2010 special monthly edition dedicated to "Christian lovers of Zion" that, "Zionist Christians might be from Israel’s ‘Ten Lost tribes’". The author of the article uses scripture verses from both Testaments to prove that there is a geneaological…

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Added by Jane E Lythgoe on October 31, 2010 at 14:30 — No Comments


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The Meaning of IUM CHaPaRIM (Yom Kippur) in Ancient Hebrew - "Day of Top-Coverings for Sin"

The Ancient Hebrew phrase "IUM CHaPaRIM" [eeh-oom chapah-reem] (incorrectly known as "Yom Kipurim", "Yom Ha-Kipurim" or "Yom Kippur") means "Day [12 hours] (of) Top-Coverings for Sin".

These top-coverings on the lid of the Ark of the Covenant (Mercy Seat) used to be with animal blood every year and just for the remembrance…

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Added by Jane E Lythgoe on September 18, 2010 at 13:00 — 1 Comment


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The Names of the Books of the Bible in Ancient Hebrew [In Progress]

Here is a list (in progress) of the English transliterations of the Ancient Hebrew names of the books of the scripTUREs (Bible). It includes the 66 majorly accepted books, and will endeavour to include other likely-inspired books. Also it has suggested three letter and/or digit abbreviations for each book. The first 66 books are in the same order as the order of the books in…

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Added by Jane E Lythgoe on August 14, 2010 at 16:00 — 1 Comment


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The Meaning of ISHaRaAL (Israel) in Ancient Hebrew - "AL (God) [Is] Straight"

The word for "Israel", the man and nation, in Ancient Hebrew is ISHaRaAL. It is pronounced as [eesharah-al]. It means "AL (God) is straight". This name was given to IOQaB (Jacob) because he, like and for IEUE ALEIM, remained like a cord—straight, upright and righteous after striving with both ALEIM and humans. ISHaRaAL is a phrase name of three words which are: I (He), SHaR (cord),…

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Added by Jane E Lythgoe on August 14, 2010 at 3:00 — No Comments


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The Passover Sacrifice Was Slaughtered Within the Grandest Afternoon - Not During Twilight or Dusk

IEUE told the people of ISHaRaAL through MaSHE (Moses) to sacrifice a lamb or goat within the grandest afternoon (after noon and before sunset)—not during post-sunset…

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Added by Jane E Lythgoe on March 26, 2010 at 23:30 — No Comments


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OBaRISH - A Fusion Font of Ancient Hebrew (OBaRIT) and English

OBaRISH [obareesh] is a free transliteral and partly transcriptional fusion font of Ancient Hebrew (Ancient OBaRIT [obareet]) and English. It shows how the English…

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Added by Jane E Lythgoe on March 8, 2010 at 0:00 — No Comments


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The Average Number of Letters per Word in the English Language is 4.5 - because of the Name IEUE [Yehweh]

The average number of letters per word in the English language is 4.5. "In ordinary English text there are on the average about 4.5 letters per word" (Robinson Pierce, J. (1980).
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Added by Jane E Lythgoe on February 28, 2010 at 20:00 — No Comments


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Shakespeare Called Jews "IEWEs" [Yehwehs]

William Shakespeare called Jews "IEWEs" over 400 years ago. In his first printing of his work entitled "The Merchant of Venice" published 1600 CE, he said, "[I]n converting IEWES to Christians, you raise the price of pork". He also named a main character Shylock the Jew, "Shylocke the IEWE". Shakespeare spoke Early Modern English. The letter W in Modern, Middle and Old English was…

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Added by Jane E Lythgoe on January 22, 2010 at 2:00 — No Comments


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The Word "Genesis" Evolved Out of the Ancient Hebrew Phrase "GINE ISHISH" (Old Garden)

The Latin word genesis originally meant "old garden". It evolved out of the Ancient Hebrew phrase "GINE ISHISH" [geen-eh eesh-eesh] for "old garden". Latin and English are ISHaRaALite (Israelite), OBaRI (Hebrew), and SHaMitic (Semitic) languages. This garden was the oldest garden of all—the garden of ODaN (Eden). The word genesis later meant birth in Latin because…

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Added by Jane E Lythgoe on January 22, 2010 at 1:00 — 2 Comments


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Torah-Voice.Org: Each Tribe Back to Its Boundaries Pre-Trib

There are at least four pages by Maggid ben Yoseif from torah-voice.org that tend to indicate that each tribe of the wise remnant alive in this generation will return to its original boundaries before they flee together to ADUM, MUAB and OMUN (Jordan and the Negev) to escape from the…

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Added by Jane E Lythgoe on October 17, 2009 at 22:00 — No Comments

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