The Judeo-Christian Name of God

The term tetragrammaton refers to the Hebrew name of God, given in Latin as YHWH.

It is derived from a verb that means "to be" ("To be so as to become", "I am that I am"), and is considered in Judaism to be a proper name of the God of Israel used in the Torah.

While YHWH is the usual transliteration in English academic studies, the alternatives YHVH, JHVH and JHWH are also used. The most widely accepted pronunciation of the Tetragrammaton (YHWH) is Yahweh, though Jehovah is used in many Bibles, but in few modern ones. 

In Hebrew, the name of God is 4 letters and those letters correspond to:

Torah I H V H
Paeagan Fire Water Air Earth
Man Father Mother Son Daughter
Life Mature Male Mature Female Young Male Young Female
Tarot Wands Cups Swords Coins
Action Create Preserve Destroy Redeem
Science Repulsion Prime Singular Attraction Composite Plural
Mind Fear Thought Love Ideas
Inter One Mind One Thing Meditation Transformation

God is one thing. God is one mind. It includes you and everything else. 

IHVH Transliterates to "I am that I am." Say those words to yourself and embrace your holy and humble nature.

This is the Juedo-Christian understanding of God, hidden in texts reshaped for the mode of politics and war.

If we can reclaim the concept that for the entire 5773 year history of the Jewish faith, the concept of God is simple: You, me and everything else.


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