Why Moses Wrote JEsus in the Old Testament
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The name of the creator is circled.
- Reading from right to left, the first letter looks like Z with a line through it. It could have the sound of J, I or E. It was considered as a "vowel" because it could have the sounds of I or E, even though it also had the J sound when combined with another vowel sound.
- The next letter looks like a backward E or F. It had the E or EH sound.
- The next letter almost looks like Y but the top portion of the letter looks like a backward C instead of a pointed Y. In fact, the letter C was sometimes backwards in ancient writings & also was used to represent a sound similar to the S sound. In some scrolls, it looks more like a U on the top instead of a backward C. In other scrolls it looks like a S on top of the stick. So whether it looked like a S, backward C or U, in all cases there are curves. This is not a Y like we use today in English & also not the Yud they use in Assyrian Aramaic. If we look at all 4 letters of the divine name & render this letter as only a U sound without any consonant sound, then we would have 4 vowel sounds together which would be impossible to speak as a name. The fact is that some letters represented both vowel & consonant sounds, such as is true with the first letter. Language & how to write was constantly evolving & continues to evolve even to this day. In ancient times, they were having a problem determining how to write sounds such as this sound of the S sound in combo with the U sound. Therefore it sometimes looked like a U and sometimes looked like a S.
- Then, the final letter is the backward E again.
= So in conclusion, we have the 4 letters "JEUE" or "JESE" but the truth is that the 3rd letter would need to be represented by 2 letters for us modern day speakers. Thus in our modern way of writing, it would be "JESUE".
JEUE/JESE is the original 4 letters written for the Creator's Name. Remember that the 3rd letter has both a S & U sound. (JEUE/JESU is pronounced with 2 syllables. The 1st syllable sounds like the plural of the letter G, as in saying the sentence "Google has 2 letter G's". But would not be correct to write the letter G in this name, but it has the sound. The 2nd syllable continues & confirms the S sound of the plural of the G sound, and then moves onto the U sound of the word "us" without the final S. Thus we have the total sound of "G's-u" without a long U, but rather with a short u sound.)
All 4 letters of JEUE were considered "vowels", even the J because the Jot/Jota/iota character could be used to have either the J sound, or the E or i sound, depending on the other sounds within the word. Since it was connected with 3 other vowels, it must have the J sound, that's the rule of language. (Source. This source is showing the rules of the Latin language which most truth seekers would be very weary of. But the fact is that Latin is just a form of Greek, which is a form of Paleo Hebrew. Latin is not demonic. It's just an ancient language. The rule of J applied to Latin, Greek & Paleo Hebrew.) The U was also a semi-vowel having both the short u vowel sound & consonant S sound. But all 4 letters were considered vowels since they had the connection of possible vowel sounds in certain cases. Y name followers claim there were NO vowels in Hebrew. But how could you write, read or speak without vowels??? That's nonsense! Archaeological discoveries of coins, etc prove that there were vowels. The well respected historian, Josephus, who lived in the time of Jesus, said that the priest of the first temple wore the name of GOD on their headbands & that it was 4 vowels! Source: "War of the Jews" 5.5.7. by Flavius Josephus. Josephus was the son of a priest & extremely well educated & would have known such things. But it would be illogical to think that we could pronounce the holy name as 4 vowel sounds, even though it was written with 4 vowels. We must have consonant sounds in a word/name. It also would not make any sense to pronounce JEUE with a consonant sound at the beginning followed by 3 vowels without having another consonant sound. In this particular structure of letters, we really need 2 consonant sounds. So we must pronounce the U/S with both the U and S sounds. Thus we have the name of JESUE, NOT pronounced "JE-SUE" but rather "JE's-u" or "G's-u". Remember that the u is short, not long, and is the same short u sound in "us".
The problem with Y name followers is that they try to force every Assyrian so called "Hebrew" pronunciation upon every Paleo-Hebrew letter, which is impossible to accurately do, because Paleo-Hebrew and Aramaic are 2 distinct, mostly unrelated languages, as shown in the charts on this page. As I have proven, it is more accurate to place ancient Greek pronunciations upon Paleo-Hebrew.
There is also reason to believe that they might have even remembered the S sound both in the middle and at the end!
The rule of the Greek language, (which actually is the Paleo-Hebrew language because history shows that the Greeks adopted their language from the Hebrews) is that you add the S sound at the end of JEUE/JESE to show that it's a male masculine word. Thus we have "JESUS".
Even if you disagree, please at least take the time to finish reading this article because I'm going to give you solid, undeniable proof about the origins of the Y names of Yeshua, Yahweh, YHWH, Yahshua, etc.
Exodus 3:14 The Name At The Burning BushThe other main scripture all of us refer to in the discussion of sacred names or concerning the Name of the Creator is Exodus 3:14 which in the KJV says
And God said unto Moses, I Am That I Am: and he said, Thus shalt thou say unto the children of Israel, I Am hath sent me unto you.
According to Strong's Concordance (a dictionary of the bible), which is actually a concordance of the Babylonian Aramaic Language (when referring to the Old Testament), the words "I AM That I AM" comes from H1961 H1961: "hayah hayah". However in the true Hebrew scriptures of Exo.3:14, it actually said:
"EHJEH ASHER EHJEH". (Pronounced I-JE Asher I-JE)
The following image shows what it would look like in Paleo-Hebrew. Note: This is not an image of an actual scroll, but rather is just an example of how it would have been written.
The most important part of this sentence is "EHJEH". So I will explain each letter. In this image, you see 3 words. The 1st word & 3rd word is "EHJEH". Reading from right to left, in the 1st & last word, the last letter is looks like a capital letter A on it's side, pointing left. Most of the time, that is actually the letter A. But not always. Thousands of years ago, the sounds of both E and A were interchangeable. And there was more than one possible letter/character for the e/E sounds. The next letter, working to the left, looks like a backward F with an extra line, or perhaps like the letter E backwards with an extra long handle. It had the possible sounds of E or EH. The next letter looks like Z with a line through it. But it's the ancient Jota/Jot/Jud that had the sounds of J, I and E. All of these letters depend how what letter and sound is associated next to it. In this case, it has the J sound because of its association with the over vowels in this word. And then the final letter is the backward F/E looking character again. Therefore we have "EHJEH". It's pronounced like the 2 letters "I, G", but the letter G is not an accurate way to write the word/sentence. But it has the sound of the w letters of I and G. GOD was saying "I AM JE", which is the more accurate way to write this sentence. But HE did not use the word "AM" in the middle. HE did NOT say "I AM" because thousands of years ago, they did NOT use so many words in a sentence. They spoke very short sentences, with few words. HE said "I JE", which means "I am JE". Now, placing this phrase into the entire 3 word sentence, we have:
"EHJEH ASHER EHJEH" It's hard to translate into just 3 or 4 English words. It means
"I am JEH (the h is silent so it's pronounced JE, the same sound in JEsus) the beginning, currently self-existing, and eternally existing, JEH".
HE wasn't saying that HIS Name was "EHJEH ASHER EHJEH", but rather HE was speaking a sentence that basically says
"I am JE the beginning, currently self-existing, and eternally existing, JE"
or in other words, HE was saying
"I am JE, The Alpha & the Omega, the beginning and the end, the eternal".
He said that HIS Name is JE as in JE-sus, JE with us, GOD with us.
Considering All Sources:Considering EHJEH "I (am) JE" in Exodus 3:14,
and "JEUE/JESE/JESUS" in Exo.6:3 and most other places in the bible,
and "Jesus" abbreviated as just "JE" in many early New Testaments,
and the name of "Jesus" in early New Testaments,
the conclusion must be that the creator's name in both the Old Testament & New Testament, in Paleo Hebrew, Greek & English is "JESUS". His name does not change in different languages, because HE is the creator of all the Earth and all races. It is wrong to try to change the pronunciation of the divine name. His name is HOLY & should not be changed to a different pronunciation in any language. Jesus is his Hebrew name. We respect his Hebrew name & have no need to alter it.