I’ve since realized through my studies that these are also blasphemous iterations.
The iterations of all the “Sacred Names” are endless. But scripture is very specific about this one.
IMMANUEL IS THE NAME OF THE MESSIAH *Who knows, at this rate I’ll find out something new tomorrow…
I’ve been going through a kind of personal pretentious “sacred namer” phase and I need to apologize for it. Having spent a lot of time recently researching the many different flavors and translations of scripture and gospel I am forced to admit that finding the perfect semblance of scriptural works is no easy task and ends up being a fluid situation out of necessity. We have some scholars who are all about the Talmud, though I’m not one of them. A scholar, nor a fan of Talmudist commentary with its Babylonian origins. From my perspective, all I’m looking for is ORIGINAL, ORIGINAL, ORIGINAL. I want as close to the raw, initially intended translation as possible.
So while I’ve been blasting out the name Yahushah all over the place of late, I must now admit that I am a bit embarrassed. Further research has exposed ANY & ALL iterations of Yah or Yeshua as nothing but more Babylonian misdirection.
“Yeshua” is a Talmudist name that supposedly means “to blot out the Messiahs name”. So all these Yah iterations of the Messiahs true name are WRONG, as well as Yeshua or Yahushua or Yahua. They are simply more of the same false Anti-Christ names peddled by Babylonia Talmudic Kabbalistic teachings.
I have been arrogantly forcing the Yahushah translation as the true name of the Messiah, and Yahuah as the true name of the father. Yet recent research has asserted this to be nonsense. Read the following excerpt and article below. The true name is Immanuel.
But the particular use of which version of the 4 letter name of G-d they chose to use is even more concerning and shows once again…..he doesn’t know a lick of Hebrew. He calls G-d “Yahuah” in this Bible, now the word “Huah” in Hebrew means “destruction, mischief, trickery, and ruin” according to Hebrew dictionaries. So, we are combining the 2 letter name used in Isaiah (Yah) with the word “Huah” thus he is saying “G-d is full of mischief, trickery and ruin.” This is beyond blasphemy. And the origin of this name actually comes from a 1970s hippie sex cult known as The Source. Hindu mystics told James Baker (later Father Yod, then later Yahoah) that the 4 letter name of G-d is pronounced “Yahuah”. So this bad theology was made popular by this sex cult leader and was used in their numerous records they put out, that caught the attention of a guy named Lew White in his headshop and music store. But he decided to put a new spin on it, to make it appear more kosher. He claims if you take the דָ out of the word יְהוּדָה then you get the proper rendering of the 4 letter name of G-d. Well sorry Lew, Hebrew does not work like that, if you subtract a letter in the middle of a word the nikkudot does not stay the same. Lets also consider the fact that Hebrew is considered “Lashon Kodesh” (The Holy Tongue), Hashem created the word through the Hebrew language, Jews and Christian both agree on this theology. So you mean to tell me, that a created entity (יְהוּדָה) if you subtract part of it’s creation you get G-d? How does that make any sense whatsoever? That is a lowering of the ideal of G-d to a very low level.
He does the same thing with the Messiah adding a ה to the name of the Messiah, making it Yahusha which would be the equivalent of me typing djkfhsjsfkjfhs in English saying that was the name of the Messiah. Plus, every single ancient manuscript such as the Khabouris Codex, the Yonan Codex, as well as modern codexes such as the Old Syriac, the DuTillet etc all have יֵשׁוּעַ which does not include a ה.
YESHUA NOT MESSIAH’S NAME
(Dr. Jorge Mata-Torres)
Chosen of Israel Author & Publisher
The Yeshua Deception
Having clearly established that the Son of God’s name is IMMANUEL (here) and that God’s name is EL (here), we now have further established that YHWH is a pagan name attributed to Baal thus any application or portion of this name such as Yehoshua or Yeshua attributed to the Son of God is clearly false.
Jesus (English/Spanish) is Yeshu (Hebrew) which is a curse to “blot out” His name
Yeshu (ישו in the Hebrew alphabet) is the name of an individual or individuals mentioned in Rabbinic literature. Modern scholarship generally considers the name Yeshu in the Talmud to be a reference to Jesus in the Talmud. The name Yeshu is also used in other sources before and after the completion of the Babylonian Talmud.
According to the Babylonian Talmud (Sanhedrin 43a) the name is generally believed to be an acronym for י = Yimaḥ ש = Shĕmo ו = Wezikhro = meaning, May his name and memory be stricken out. The oldest works in which references to Yeshu occur are the Tosefta and the Talmud, although some scholars consider the references to Yeshu to be post-Talmudic additions.
Another explanation given is that the name “Yeshu” is actually an acronym for the formula (ימח שמו וזכרו(נו (Y’mach Sh’mo V’Zichro(no)) meaning “may his name and memory be obliterated”. The earliest known example of this theory comes from medieval Toldoth Yeshu narratives. This has led to the accusation, first voiced by the anti-Judaist writer Johann Andreas Eisenmenger in his Entdecktes Judenthum, that “Yeshu” was always such a deliberately insulting term for Jesus.
The term Yeshu was used in Hebrew texts in the Middle Ages then through Rahabi Ezekiel (1750) and Elias Soloweyczyk (1869) who identified Jesus with the character of the Toledoth Yeshu narratives. Likewise Yeshu Ha-Notzri is the modern Hebrew equivalent for “Jesus the Nazarene” though in Christian texts the spellings Yeshua (i.e. “Joshua”) and Yeshua Ha-Notzri are preferred, as per the Hebrew New Testaments of Franz Delitzsch (BFBS 1875) and Isaac Salkinsohn (TBS 1886).
Kjaer-Hansen, notes that many Jewish writers have assumed that “Yeshu” is a correct Hebrew name for Jesus and have used it without intending any disparagement,but advises against its usage due to its probable origin as a derogatory term.
In China, the Messiah is called “Yesu” – NOT realizing it actually means “May His name be obliterated”
Babylonian Talmudic Jews now have unsuspecting “Christian” Gentiles worldwide and Chinese declaring “may the Messiah’s name be obliterated” which it almost has been (See “God’s True Names” here).
Strong’s ConcordanceYehoshua: “the LORD is salvation,” Moses’ successor, also the name of a number of Isr.
Original Word: יְהוֹשׁ֫וּעַ
Part of Speech: proper name, masculine; proper name, of a location; proper name
Phonetic Spelling: (yeh-ho-shoo’-ah)
Short Definition: JoshuaNAS Exhaustive Concordance
Jehoshua, Jehoshuah, Joshua
see HEBREW Yhovah
see HEBREW yasha’
see HEBREW Howshea’
see HEBREW Yeshuwa’
The Messiah’s name CANNOT be Yeshua
Yeshua: a high priest after the Bab. captivity
Original Word: יֵשׁ֫וּעַ
Part of Speech: Proper Name Masculine
Phonetic Spelling: (yay-shoo’-ah)
Short Definition: Jeshua
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance
(Aramaic) corresponding to Yeshuwa’ — Jeshua.
see HEBREW Yeshuwa’
Forms and Transliterations
וְיֵשׁ֣וּעַ וישוע veyeShua wə·yê·šū·a‘ wəyêšūa
Not only does “Yehoshua, Yeshua and Yeshu do not pass the 11 point IMMANUEL criteria, you can clearly see that its origin is either a common name or taken from a high priest after the Babylonian captivity and furthermore it originates from the pagan YAHWEH name thus implying that the pagan god YHWH is salvation which is clearly false.
YEHOSHUA (YESHUA) is the Name of the False Christ / Messiah Soon to Appear
Etymologies of the origin of Iesous from Strong’s 2424 which allegedly comes from “Yehoshua” meaning “Yahweh saves” or “Yahweh is salvation” Strong’s 3091, but this cannot be since we have discovered the Father’s true name is NOT Yahweh but rather AHAYAH. Therefore, the Messiah’s name CANNOT be Yehoshua nor it’s abreviated Yeshua(h).
This is very important because Rabbinic Jew Yitzak Kaduri (see Prophetic Testimony click here) claimed the Mashiach (Messiah) would be named Yehoshua (Yeshua) and would appear soon after the death of Ariel Sharon. Most recently, Rabbi Chaim Kanievsky is urging Jews to return to Israel claims the Mashiach return is imminent (see here). This is the false Anti-Christ, Anti-Mashiach who MUST come before the true Messiah. So be forewarned – if this “Messiah” goes by the name “Yehoshua” or “Yeshua” this is not the Nazarene who died for our sins and is the Son of the living God the Father who must come AFTER the Tribulation – not before or during it. You will find that Babylonian Talmudic Jews are deep into the Kabbalistic Gematria that they use in bible codes to proclaim the Messiah’s arrival. The Son of God addresses the Jews below:
“I have come in My Father’s name, and you do not receive Me; if another comes in his own name, you will receive him. 44“How can you believe, when you receive glory from one another and you do not seek the glory that is from the one and only God? John 5:43-44
“You are of your father the devil, and you want to do the desires of your father. He was a murderer from the beginning, and does not stand in the truth because there is no truth in him. Whenever he speaks a lie, he speaks from his own nature, for he is a liar and the father of lies. John 8:44
There’s even evidence that the Jesus figure could very well have been an especially enlightened Gnostic who was
exposing the false god Yahweh and all the false religious clap trap of the day for which he was put to death.
Zen Gardner 09/21/2015
See how Gardner’s comment above connects with the following excerpt from Biblical Heritage Center:
El, god of Israel –Yahweh, god of Judah
By Dr. L. M. Barré
Due to a failure to distinguish between myth and history, biblical interpreters have implicitly accepted the view that Elism was an old form of Yahwism because the Elohist (Ex 3:13-15) and the Priestly Writer (Ex 6:2-3) declared it so. Actually, but a moment’s reflection will show that El and Yahweh are not the same god. It is easily demonstrated that Yahwism and Elism were distinct religions, differing in more ways than they were alike.
The earliest Yahwistic traditions reveal that Yahweh was a bedouin war god from the deserts of Edom and of the surrounding regions. His essentially warlike characteristics are demonstated by his name, by cultic celebrations of his mighty deeds, and by his ark.
With regard to the Tetragrammaton,I think that the the strongest interpretation of the name regards “Yahweh” as an abbreviation of his official, longer name, “Yahweh Sabaoth.” It means, “he musters armies.” Yahweh’s name identifies this god as primarily the military commander of his people.
In Ex 15:3, Yahweh’s name itself is defined in terms of war:
Yahweh is a warrior
Yahweh is his NAME
The cultic celebration of Yahweh from the Song of Deborah also portrays him as a warrior:
Yahweh, when you set out from Seir
As you trod the land of Edom,
Earth shook, the heavens quaked,
The clouds dissolved into water.
The mountains melted before Yahweh,
Before Yahweh, the god of Israel.This dramatic description portrays Yahweh as a warrior on the move, whose might is so great that earth shakes at his step, the heavens quake, and the mountains melt before his march.
Talmudic Jewish Rabbis Proclaiming the Imminent Arrival of the (False) Messiah
The Messiah’s Hebrew Name: “Yeshua” Or “Yahshua”?
by Dr. Daniel Botkin
Dr. Daniel Botkin explains the Hebrew linguistics of the names “Yeshua” and “Yahshua” and how “Yahshua” is a mistransliteration by Sacred Name advocates to fit an erroneous interpretation of John 5:43 and how “Yeshua” is far more accurate. He also clearly establishes the fact that the English name “Jesus” has absolutely no pagan connection and is simply a derivation of “Yesous,” the Greek transliteration of “Yeshua.” Most important, Dr. Botkin addresses that slander and criticism surrounding the name controversy in entirely non-Scriptural and not glorifying to the Holy One of Israel.
The Messiah’s Hebrew name is usually transliterated as either Yeshua or Yahshua. Under normal circumstances I would not bother to write an article about something as trivial as the difference between the vowel sounds “e” and “ah.” There is a need to address the subject, though, because some people who use the Yahshua form say untrue things about those who use the Yeshua form. The opponents of the Yeshua form claim that this pronunciation is the result of a Jewish conspiracy to hide the Savior’s true name. Those who call the Messiah Yeshua are accused of perpetuating a Jewish conspiracy and “denying His name” or “degrading Him” by their use of the Yeshua form. If you have never read or heard these outlandish accusations, you probably will eventually. From time to time I receive personal letters to this effect.
The proponents of the Yahshua form claim that the Messiah’s name was the same as Joshua’s, written [vwhy or [wvwhy (Strong’s #3091). The only problem is that neither of these Hebrew spellings of Joshua’s name can possibly be pronounced “Yahshua.” The third letter in Joshua’s name (reading from right to left) is the letter vav (w) and a vav cannot be silent. The letter vav must be pronounced as either a “v” or an “o” or an “u.” (In the case of Joshua, it takes an “o” sound, giving us “Ye-ho-SHU-a.” Strong’s confirms this pronunciation.) For a name to be pronounced “Yahshua,” it would have to be spelled [wv–hy, and no such name exists anywhere in the Hebrew Bible. You don’t have to just take my word for it, though. Dr. Danny Ben-Gigi says of the Yahshua form that “there is no such name in Hebrew” and that “people invented it to fit their theology.” Dr. Ben-Gigi is an Israeli and the former head of Hebrew programs at Arizona State University. He is the author of the book First Steps in Hebrew Prayers, and he designed and produced the “Living Israeli Hebrew” language-learning course. Dr. David Bivin, a Christian, says that the Yahshua form “is rooted in a misunderstanding.” Dr. Bivin is a renowned Hebrew scholar and teacher and author of Fluent Biblical Hebrew.
I do not know of a single individual that knows Hebrew well enough to actually read it and understand it and converse in it who uses the Yahshua form.
Please do not misunderstand. A person does not need to know Hebrew and Greek linguistics in order to be spiritual. However, if a person is going to take it upon himself to instruct others about subjects of a linguistic and Hebraic nature, he should know the Hebrew language and he should know some basics about linguistics. This is especially true if he is going to use his Hebrew-based linguistic teachings to accuse his brethren of being part of a “Jewish conspiracy” to “deny the true name of the Messiah.”
To people who actually know Hebrew – people like Dr. Ben-Gigi, Dr. Bivin, and others – it is very obvious that those who insist on the Yahshua form know very little about the Hebrew language. The only Hebrew that most of these self-appointed scholars know is what they can learn from a Strong’s Concordance. Strong’s is a great study tool and a fine place to start, but it is not a means by which a person can learn the Hebrew language.
The English form Jesus is derived from the New Testament Greek name Ihsouß, pronounced “Yesous.” According to Strong’s, Yesous (Strong’s #2424) is “of Hebrew origin” and can be traced back to Joshua’s Hebrew name, Yehoshua (#3091, [wvwhy). But how do we get the Greek Yesous from the Hebrew Yehoshua? Someone armed with nothing more than a Strong’s Concordance may have difficulty answering that question. Someone who reads the Bible in Hebrew, though, knows that the name Joshua sometimes appears in its shortened form, Yeshua ([wvy) in Neh. 8:17 it is apparent even in English: “Jeshua the son of Nun.” (The letter J was pronounced like a Y in Old English.) Strong does not tell the reader that the Greek Yesous is actually transliterated from this shortened Hebrew form, Yeshua, and not directly from the longer form Yehoshua. The process from “Yehoshua” to “Jesus” looks like this:
Hebrew Yehoshua à Hebrew Yeshua
Hebrew Yeshua à Greek Yesous
Greek Yesous à English Jesus
There is no “sh” sound in Greek, which accounts for the middle “s” sound in Yesous. The “s” at the end of the Greek name is a grammatical necessity, to make the word declinable.
In Neh. 8:17, Joshua’s name is 100% identical to the name which today’s Messianic Jews use for the Messiah, Yeshua ([wvy). Strong’s confirms this pronunciation, and tells us that there were ten Israelites in the Bible who bore this name (#3442). Therefore the shortening of Yehoshua to Yeshua predates the Christian era by at least 500 years, and cannot be the result of a Jewish conspiracy to hide the Savior’s true name. To claim that the shortened form Yeshua is the result of a Jewish conspiracy is to ignore the facts of history and the facts of the Hebrew Scriptures. The form Yeshua existed for several hundred years before the Messiah was even born. Even in the pre-Christian Septuagint, we see the Greek form IHSOUS (Yesous) in the title of the Book of Joshua. (This is also proof that Yesous has no connection to the pagan god Zeus.)
So where did the transliteration Yahshua come from? This form of the name can be traced back to the beginnings of the Sacred Name movement, a movement that grew out of the Church of God, 7th Day, in the late 1930s. I have in my files an article entitled, “A Brief History of the Name Movement in America” by L.D. Snow, a Sacred Name believer. According to this article, “John Briggs and Paul Penn were the FIRST to pronounce and use the name Yahshua” (emphasis Snow’s). This was in 1936 and in 1937, the article states. No information is given about how Briggs and Penn came up with this (mis)translation.
Later Sacred Name literature appeals to the Messiah’s statement in John 5:43 as “proof” of the Yahshua form: “I am come in My Father’s name,” He said. In the minds of Sacred Name believers, this means that “Yah,” a shortened form of Yahweh, must appear in the name of the Son. However, the Messiah did not say “My name contains My Father’s name” or “My Father’s name must appear inside My name” or any such statement. He said absolutely nothing here about His own name. The only “name” mentioned here was the Father’s name. He said, “I am come in My Father’s name,” which simply means that He was coming by His Father’s authority, on His Father’s behalf. If we take Yeshua’s statement “I am come in My Father’s name” to mean that His own name must contain the Father’s name, then we ourselves cannot do anything “in the Father’s name” unless our own personal name happens to contain the syllable “Yah.” The folly of this interpretation is also evident if the same line of reasoning is applied to the rest of Yeshua’s statement: “…if another shall come in his own name, him ye will receive.” If the logic of Sacred Name believers is applied to this half of the verse, it would be saying “a person’s name must contain his own name,” which is meaningless. If, on the other hand, “in his own name” means “by his own authority,” then the statement makes sense.
Why is the Yahshua form used by no one but Sacred Name believers and people who have been influenced by Sacred Name believers? Probably because no such name exists in the Hebrew Bible and, to my knowledge, no such name exists in any extra-Biblical Hebrew literature. It appears that Dr. Ben-Gigi is correct when he says that people invented the name Yahshua to fit their theology.
I have read a lot of literature from writers who seek to expose the “errors” of those who refer to the Messiah as Yeshua. The only thing these writers actually expose is their lack of knowledge. I could give several examples of statements which are absolutely ridiculous. I do not have the space in this publication to give all the examples I have in my files, and I do not wish to embarrass sincere people for their honest but misguided efforts. There are some examples, though, that grossly misrepresent the facts, and some of these examples need to be exposed.
In one popular booklet published by a well-known Sacred Name organization, the anonymous author makes this statement: “Most reference works agree with Kittel’s Theological Dictionary of the NT statement on page 284, which states that the name Yahoshua was shortened after the exile to the short form Yahshua.” This statement makes it sound like Kittel uses the forms Yahoshua and Yahshua. I went to the library and looked at this page in Kittel’s. The words Yahoshua and Yahshua do not appear even one time on this page. This can be verified by going to a library and looking up this page. (It’s in Volume III.) If your library does not have Kittel’s, I can send a photocopy of this page to any skeptics.
This same Sacred Name organization which misrepresents Kittel’s also misrepresented a Jewish author. In a magazine article written by this organization’s main leader, a lengthy segment is quoted from a book published by KTAV, a Jewish publishing house. When copying this quotation for his magazine article, this Sacred Name author freely used Yahshua, making it appear tat the Jewish author used that transliteration in his book. I got the book from the library, though, and discovered that “Yahshua” did not appear in the book. I wrote to this Sacred Name leader asking for an explanation. I told him that unless he had some other explanation, I could conclude one of three things: either he deliberately misrepresented the facts, or he did it accidentally, or the book I got from the library was a different version from his, in which case I would owe him an apology. My letter was sent September 1, 1997, and I am still waiting for a reply. I will not embarrass this man by mentioning his name or the name of his ministry. It is not my intention to embarrass anyone.
I am not writing this article to persuade people to quit saying “Yahshua.” If people want to continue using a mistransliteration that was erroneously contrived by early Sacred Name pioneers who didn’t know Hebrew, it really doesn’t matter to me. I don’t that the substitution of an “ah” sound for an “e” sound matters much to the Lord, either. What does matter, though, is the spreading of false accusations against Messianic Jews and others who called the Messiah “Yeshua.”
Paul warned Timothy about “doting about questions and strifes of words, whereof cometh envy, strife, railings, evil surmising [suspicions]” (1 Tim. 6:4). Unfortunately, this is an accurate description of what goes on among many people in the Sacred Name movement. Personally, I would rather fellowship with non-contentious people who call the Messiah “Jesus” than with contentious people who insist that everyone call Him “Yahshua.”
 Love Song to the Messiah newsletter, March 1999, p. 1.
 “The Fallacy of Sacred Name Bibles,” Jerusalem Perspective Nov.-Dec. 1991, p. 12.
 These teachers very heavily rely on Strong’s Concordance, yet when Strong proves them wrong, as he does with the pronunciation of Yehoshua, they insist that Strong’s rendering is erroneous! I have a Sacred Name publication which actually claims that Strong wrote down incorrect pronunciations because “his understanding of the Name was lacking.” Anyone who wants to disprove this ludicrous assertion can simply look at Joshua’s name in a Hebrew Bible and see that Strong used the very same vowel marks that are used in the Bible.
 There is some debate over whether or not the Jews’ final shortening of Jesus’ name to Yeshu (wvy) was a deliberate attempt to avoid acknowledging Yeshua of Nazareth as Savior.
 This article first appeared in a publication called The Eliyah Messenger in May-June 1966, and was reprinted in 1975 in World Today Analyzed, a publication of the Assembly of Yahvah in Tahlequah, OK.
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