Black Spirituality Religion : Missing Yahweh

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  1. river

    river Watch Her Flow MEMBER

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    I've been told that the word Elohim is used in Genesis 1 and Yahweh is used in the second chapter. Yet when I look at the chapters in the interlinear bible (at Crosswalk.com) using Strongs numbeers Elohim is used in both cases. I know that the definitions in the interlinear bible are heavily influenced by the doctrinal persuasion of those who put it together. But this involves an actual word not it's definition. so where in the bible do I find the word Yahweh?
     
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    Dual Karnayn Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Many words were used in Genesis to describe the Supreme God....like Al-Adoni and Al-Shaddi.

    Yaweh didn't come into full use until the book of Exodus when Musa met Allah on Mt.Sinai.

    The term Yaweh wasn't a name but PART of a name.

    Yaweh simply means "i am".....but "i am" what?

    The title was actually Yaweh Elah "I Am Elah", but it was purposely mistranslated.
     
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    Hey Partnah Dual

    And what was the purpose for which it was mistranslatated? This question is not meant to be a challenge. Just for the sake of furthering this discussion.
     
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    Dual Karnayn Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    River

    Hello love....




    They purposely mistranslated the original words because they sounded too much like Arabic....and would eventually lead the reader to Islam.

    Really.

    The 99 attributes (titles) of Allah are similar to the titles used in the Hebrew/Aramaic version of the Old Testament.

    Many of the practices such as praying towards Jerusalem, eating bloodless meat, praying several times a day...

    Even how the Israelites and Jesus greeted people: Salome Alaikim

    Elohim is plural of the deities called "Elah".

    In Arabic the deities are called "Ilah" or Ilahim".

    The Elohim (council of deities) in the Bible would lead one to the Exhalted Assembly of the Koran.

    The similarities would be so striking that they would eventually lead most Christians and other Bible believers to Islam.
     
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    Lead most Christians to Islam? Whoa, I don't think.

    I think the mis-translation of much within the Scriptures has to do more with them not wanting us to know the Most High's actual Name; they rather keep us in the dark, that we'd not call upon the Name of our Father, who has been with us from of old.

    Since He does have a Name, a certain and specific Name, having everyone believe titles are His Name would mean less call upon our KING, and more live their life in folly. But if one knows there's much work to be put into faith, if not by their hands, but in the spirit, they'd know not to just settle on everything they receive at face value, but research what they must.

    The Son put in great works for us all, in His fulfilling the law, His sacrifice for our own iniquity in His body, His being in the belly of the earth 3 days and 3 nights, and being resurrected from the dead the 3rd day, proving to His followers, He had come to redeem us by faith. Believe that. And know, we can do the same for our King if only we believe. ;)
     
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    Hi River!

    Yahweh is actually another name for the GODDESS in Canaan -- pillaged/stolen by the so-Called Jews who were a people with no name or history that stole the legacy of KmT and its surrounding black civilizations.

    Source: "When God Was A Woman" by Merlin Stone
     
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    Peace Destee Family, The American Standard Version of 1901 A.D. uses the term JEHOVAH, Zephaniah 3:9, while the King James version uses LORD, Genesis 2:5, and the revised Standard Version uses LORD, Genesis 2:15, the Sacred Scriptures, Bethel Edition uses YAHWEH, Genesis 17:1, the Seventh Day Adventist Bible Commentary uses LORD GOD, Genesis 3:21... and the list goes on... Peace
     
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    Merlin Stone is bias in a lot of her writings. She's a feminist-lesbian who sees all male deities as female because of her desire for all to have been created by women. She's no different then white men trying to make black deities white for their own personal agenda, but there is nothing substantiated in her writings based on this subject and being subjected to history without any validity. Yahweh was not a Goddess and according to the ancient Kanaanite's he was married to the Goddess Ashterah. This was documented long before the advent of the so-called Jews.

    Egyptians: Yah is short for Yahweh - in the bible he specifically stated that he came from the land of Egypt (Hosea 13:4).

    According to the ancient Kemetic text Yah/Iah/Lah - was a moon deity and you can verify this information by reading the Osiris Ani 2:18 and 18:2.

    According to the Gnostic - Yahweh was none other then the killer name Cain who killed his brother Abel aka Elohym.

    You have to remember that there were 4 authors of the scriptures E, Y/J, D, P - in the Old Testament. You will never find Yahweh or Elohim mentioned in the New Testament because Theo/Zues and Jesus/Yashua are introduced into the equation.

    The contradiction is that Yahweh was not introduced until Exodus chapter 6 but according to that chapter none of the forefather of the scriptures knew him by that name yet the name is being used in Genesis 2. There is no justification for such a blatant contradiction unless you are aware of the fact that there were several authors who put these stories together and not the man they said wrote it (Moshe/Moses).
     
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    that's right knowledge...i have the glyph in the mdw nrt that show this what my brother just spoke on the name
    Yahweh.. this is one of the reason why i would like to built with u lol once i get the max post number up to DM you.. i will pick your brain up lol.. I am a student of the african mystery spirituality system of our ancestor and always willing to learn from elders all the them.... Ankh em hetep!(Live in Peace)
     
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