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Yah

Hebrew Name of G-d is Yah and it was known to be the name of G-d since Moses’s exodus from Egypt and by the way what was the name of Egyptian Moon God? He was called Yah.

Yah  equals to Iah or Ieue as it is said in Hebrew. One Egyptian papyrus says:

 "I am Moon God Yah among the Gods, I do not fail". When christians praise their G-d they use the word "Helelu-Yah", which means "O Yah the Shining One" . The word "Helel" means "Shining One".

The Hebrew word for Moon itself is "Yah-re-ach" meaning "Crescent Moon"(H3394) And ‘Yareach’ is Hebrew name for none other than the Canaanite deity Yarikh!

This Egyptian deity called Yah  was once personified through the crescent moon, worshiped in humanoid form.

The word Jerico or Yah-richo in Hebrew means  Moon City. So they prayed to Moon God.

Strong Lexicon gives a very interesting meaning for Yareach:  Yah (Moon) Re (Sun) Ank( Light).

If Moon God ‘Iah’ is not the same as Hebrew YAH then try explaining why so many Hebrew names end like:

Ab-iah , Ahaz-iah, Amar-iah, Ana-iah, Azaz-iah, Bena-iah, Bit-iah, El-iah, Hilk-iah, Hezek-iah, Isa-iah, Jecon-iah, Jerem-iah, Jos-iah etc.

World renowned Egyptologist, E.A. Wallis Budge, defined the Egyptian glyph "Aah" (Yah) as a moon deity in his Egyptian hieroglyphic dictionary and equated it directly to the Hebraic word Yareach ירח 

George Hart, in his "A Dictionary of Egyptian Gods and Goddesses" believes that these foreigners in Egypt may have associated Yah with the Akkadian moon-god, Sin, who had an important temple at Harran in north Syria. Like Thoth, Sin was a god of Wisdom, but his other epithets included "Brother of the Earth", Father of the Sun, Father of Gods, as well as others.


E.A. Wallis Budge Hieroglyphic Dictionary Vol. I. p.29b

The oldest Egyptian deity Osiris (Asar) is personified with the moon as ‘Asar-Aah’ who the Hyksos revered as YHWH after their expulsion from Egypt by the Nubian 18th dynasty after ruling it for over 100 years.

Among ancient references, we do seem to find in the Papyrus of Ani several references to the god, though here, his name has been translated as:
In Chapter 2:

"A spell to come forth by day and live after dying. Words spoken by the Osiris Ani:
O One, bright as the moon-god Iah; O One, shining as Iah

Even in the Theban royal families the name of the god Yah was incorporated into their names. The daughter of the 17th Dynasty king, Tao I, was Yah-hotep, meaning "Yah is content".


Ancient Artifacts Of Moon G-d Yarikh at Tel Hazor in Israel

The name of the next and last ruler of the 17th Dynasty, Kamose, may have also been derived from Yah. His name means "the bull is born", and this might be the Egyptian equivalent of the epithet applied to Sin describing him as a "young bull...with strong horns (i.e. the tips of the crescent moon). Also another interpretation of the name of the founder of the 18th Dynasty, Ahmose, is Yahmose, which would mean "Yah is born".

In the tomb of Tuthmosis III of the 18th Dynasty there is a scene where the king is accompanied by his mother and three queens, including Sit-Yah, the "daughter of the Moon-god".

Even in Indian tales of Mahabharat we find  variant of Yah/Iah  as Ila. In versions in which Ila is born a girl, she is changed to a boy by divine grace soon after her birth. After mistakenly entering a sacred grove as an adult, Ila is either cursed to change his/her gender every month or cursed to become a woman. As a woman, Ilā married Budha, the god of the planet Mercury (son of the moon-god), and bore him a son called Pururavas, the father of the Lunar Dynasty.

The Linga Purana and Mahabharata emphasize the sex change of Ila to be a deliberate act of  God Shiva to start the Lunar Dynasty. Ilā gave birth to Pururavas, who grew to become the first king of the Lunar Dynasty.


Yahweh and his Asherah

 

Ehyeh Asher ehyeh - Ja sam koji jesam

Ehyeh Asher ehyeh ( hebrejski : אהיה אשר אהיה ) je prvi od tri odgovora danih Mojsiju kad je pita za ime Božje, u Knjizi Izlaska . King James verzija Biblije prevodi hebrejski kao " Ja sam koji jesam " i koristi ga kao vlastito ime za Boga.


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