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The Meaning of PaXaCH (Passover) in Ancient Hebrew - "Hopping" [In Progress]

The word for Passover (H6453) in Ancient Hebrew is PaXaCH—not Pesach. It means hopping, or the "edge (of an object) being grabbed (by) a leg". "IEUE's PaXaCH" is therefore "IEUE's hopping" over the children of ISHaRaAL when He hopped over the houses in MaTSaRIM (Egypt) sparing them from the deathly plague that smote the Egyptians; and—most importantly—when He hopped over the penalty of the sins of mankind by providing the ultimate and final redemptive Lamb—IEUESHUO: who showed us how to observe PaXaCH today.

Why the Word for Passover is "PaXaCH" not "Pesach"

The word PaXaCH is referenced by Strong with numbers H6452 and H6453.

H6452
פּסח
pâsach
paw-sakh'
A primitive root; to hop, that is, (figuratively) skip over (or spare); by implication to hesitate; also (literally) to limp, to dance: - halt, become lame, leap, pass over.

H6453
פּסח
pesach
peh'-sakh
From H6452; a pretermission, that is, exemption; used only technically of the Jewish Passover (the festival or the victim): - passover (offering).

These two Strong's entries have the exact same root Hebrew letters. These words are only different because they have different Massoritic vowel pointings. Ancient Hebrew had no vowel pointings. Therefore the word for passover in ancient Hebrew would have been only based on three letters, with a default "a" in between them. The three root letters in the word PaXaCH are - PA (peh), XaN (samech) and CHaTS (chet).

The letter "e" in pesach is a vowel that was pointed by corrupt Massorites. The default vowel between two consonants should just be an "a" in ancient Hebrew.

The letter "s" in "pesach" is incorrect also because ancient Hebrew had no letter "s". Ancient Hebrew's closest sounds were SH, TS and KS.

SH was the sound of the letter "SHaN" (ancient Hebrew), transliterally equivalent to "shin" (modern Jewish Hebrew). TS was the sound of the letter "TSaD", transliterally equivalent to "tsadeh".

KS or X was the sound of the letter "XaN" (ancient Hebrew), and is transliterally equivalent to "samech". X is the original sound of the letter (now called) samech. This can be proven by the similarities of the ISHaRaALite alphabets as shown in the chart called, "Evolution of the English Alphabet Chart". Find the modern (Jewish) Hebrew letter samech on this chart, then along that same line you will see that the samech is equivalent to a Greek XI (letter name) or English X (letter shape).

As discussed elsewhere in Yehweh Not Yahweh, not all of the modern (Jewish) Hebrew letters accurately represent ancient Hebrew. This is one of these cases. This is because compared to all other living SHaMitic alphabets - 1) The majority of the descendants of ISHaRaAL (Jacob) went on to use the English and Greek alphabets, 2) The Greek alphabet is older than the modern square-script Hebrew alphabet, the Aramaic Syriac alphabet and the Arabic alphabet. English evolved out of Ancient Greek, 3) The English and Greek alphabets have been used over a larger geographical area both today and throughout history, and 4) There are many more artifacts with the Greek and English alphabets on them.

Modern Hebrew should therefore be called Modern Jewish Hebrew, since the Jews do not have a monopoly on this language. All alphabets and languages that have evolved from ancient Hebrew, and that have been in used by ISHaRaALites can help us speak ancient Hebrew. The people of ISHaRaAL (all 13 tribes) have the job of spreading IEUE's message and always have done, not just the IEUEDIM (Jews).

PaXaCH Means "Edge (of an Object) Being Grabbed by a Leg"

Again, the word PaXaCH is referenced by Strong with numbers H6452 and H6453.

H6452
פּסח
pâsach
paw-sakh'
A primitive root; to hop, that is, (figuratively) skip over (or spare); by implication to hesitate; also (literally) to limp, to dance: - halt, become lame, leap, pass over.

H6453
פּסח
pesach
peh'-sakh
From H6452; a pretermission, that is, exemption; used only technically of the Jewish Passover (the festival or the victim): - passover (offering).

The primary meaning of PaXaCH from Strong is "to hop". This matches the definition of the word from the Ancient Hebrew Lexicon of the Bible for H6452 -

PSHh - Strongs #6452: AHLB#: 2618 (V) - Hop: To hop from one place or another. Also to be lame as one who hops on one leg. [freq. 7] (vf: Paal, Niphal, Piel) |kjv: pass over, halt, lame, leap| {str: 6452}

If we break down the meaning of each letter we can see how this meaning of "hop" most likely comes from. Overall we could get "edge (of an object) being grabbed (by) a leg".


P
Ancient Hebrew letter name = PA ("pah")
Modern (Jewish) Hebrew letter name = peh
Picture = open mouth
Meaning of letter = blow, scatter, edge
In this word the letter means = edge (of the earth/ground/an object a person or animal stands on)

a
used as a default linking letter between any two consonants (consonants are NOT AL/aleph, EA/heh, ID/yod, ON/ayin or UU/vav) in all ancient Hebrew words, or between a consonant and an AL/aleph - for example in the word "ISHaRaAL" (except when a vowel-letter follows the AL as in the name SHAUL). Corrupt Massoritic vowel pointings are not used to determine this "a" sound although "a" (pathach) is a common vowel point between Jewish Hebrew letters, which helps prove that "a" was originally the default vowel.

X
Ancient Hebrew letter name = XaN ("ksan")
Modern (Jewish) Hebrew letter name = samech
Picture = thorn
Meaning of letter = grab, hate, protect
In this word the letter means = being grabbed/grabbing

a
used as a default linking letter between any two consonants (consonants are NOT AL/aleph, EA/heh, ID/yod, ON/ayin or UU/vav) in all ancient Hebrew words, or between a consonant and an AL/aleph - for example in the word "ISHaRaAL" (except when a vowel-letter follows the AL as in the name SHAUL). Corrupt Massoritic vowel pointings are not used to determine this "a" sound although "a" (pathach) is a common vowel point between Jewish Hebrew letters, which helps prove that "a" was originally the default vowel.

CH/KH/HH
Ancient Hebrew letter name = CHaTS
Modern (Jewish) Hebrew letter name = chet
Picture = tent wall
Meaning of letter = outside, divide, half
In this word the letter means = half of two legs (a leg)

How to OBSERVE PaXaCH Today

[More to come]

MEAT and Bitter Herbs are NO LONGER COMPULSORY

The ultimate and final redemptive Lamb, IEUESHUO was provided about 2000 years ago: enabling IEUE to hop over (forgive) the sins of mankind.

IEUESHUO was the final anti-type, or fulfillment of the type and shadow of the previous lamb sacrifices. All of the lambs sacrificed for the first PaXaCH in Egypt, Levitical consecration and the daily offering were done away with because they were merely types and shadows of the ultimate Lamb that came:

TS 98 OBaRIM (Hebrews) AH 10:12 But He [IEUESHUO], having offered one slaughter offering for sins for all time,

So eating lamb, goat or bitter herbs is not compulsory now despite what Exodus 12:8 (below) says:

CLV Ex 12:8 Then they will eat the flesh on this night, roasted with fire, and with unleavened cakes; over bitter herbs shall they eat it.

This is because IEUESHUO told us how to observe PaXaCH on the 13th night before the 14th afternoon on which He was impaled. This meal he had was not a PaXaCH meal, because He was the Passover lamb that year. There was only one lamb that was sacrificed in the (Hebrew) year IEUESHUO died—IEUESHUO. He could not show the taught-ones how to do passover if he was being eaten!

During this meal they ate bread and drank wine. There is no mention of them eating meat—even though it says the taught ones prepared a meal for PaXaCH. Preparation can mean the preparation of any food! IEUESHUO died on the afternoon (ORaB) (which is mistranslated as evening) of the 14th at approximately 03:00 pm (the ninth hour). For proof see my article entitled, "The Passover Sacrifice was Slaughtered Within the Grandest Afternoon—not During Dusk or the Early Night" (http://ieue.org/profiles/blogs/the-passover-sacrifice-was).

There was no point in them all slaying a lamb or goat that year since that would make two sacrifices, which is unnecessary. Only one was needed, and no more sacrifices for "salvation" will be required (the sacrifices in ICHaZaQaAL [Ezekiel] are for restorative reconciliation [gifts to IEUE: while there is still sinners (mortals) on Earth]], not for salvation - there are two types of sacrifices that have ever needed to be done: one is atonement for salvation, the other is atonement for restoration ([some call this reconciliation]).

To eat meat under compulsion is to insult IEUESHUO's massive sacrifice.

Yes, we are commanded to observe (which means remember) the PaXaCH forever, but it does not say we need to sacrifice a lamb forever. IEUESHUO taught us the new way to remember his sacrifice. "To take, eat, drink - in remembrance of me".

All set-apart days are only there for us to REMEMBER what IEUE has done to save us in the past, and reflect on how IEUE says He will restore the Earth in the future. Everything in these days about us becoming reconciled into fellowship with IEUE. One day, after the 7000 years of cleansing we will and the Earth will be clean enough for IEUE to dwell on Earth Himself!

So these are not just religious days, with dos and don'ts - they are a MAP of IEUE's restoration plan for the Earth. This is exactly what IEUESHUO is referring to when he told the Pharisees not to ignore the weightier matters of the law:

CLV Mt 23:23 "Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! for you are taking tithes from the mint and the dill and the cumin, and leave the weightier matters of the law, *judging and *mercy and *faith. Now these it was binding for you to do, and not leave those.

One of our members Gordon Hayes has started up a discussion called Was the "Last Supper" A Passover Meal? with some more information on the type of meal IEUESHUO ate with His followers.

Article Last Updated Apr 04, 2015.


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