Dead Sea Scrolls

God’s full name discovered!

The latest Dead Sea Scrolls with the amazing discovery of God’s name Yauhuah.

Dead Sea Scrolls 300 B.C.E. – 100 C.E.

יא וּהוּה Yauhuah (pronounced yau’-hua’)

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Dead Sea Scrolls Deciphered

The video says they believe that the scroll was encoded for some reason. I believe that reason was to communicate God’s name secretly for some reason. Perhaps between a group of believers only. Now it has been found.

YHUH Tetragrammaton is Confirmed
Reverse Translation: English Yauhuah to Yiddish יאַוהואַה to Hebrew יהוה

God’s name in the Greek Scriptures

The Hebrew Tetragrammaton representing the name of God is conspicuously absent from the Greek Scriptures.

There are theophoric references to Ihiah in the word Halleluiah and in the name of the Son of God in Greek Ihsoun.

Ihsou Christ and Ihsous Christ both mean “your Ihiah’s Christ”

Ihiah is from Exodus 3:14 and means “God Almighty”. It is how Abraham, Isaac and Jacob used to refer to God (Exodus 6:3).

In Hebrew it is Ihyah. It has been rendered Iah in the Bible as in Halleluiah. Yah is connected to YHWH of Shomron and his Ashera.

Yauhuah and Esou – A Father and His Son

yau’-hua’ and e’-sou’

We must never forget the great love that Yauhuah showed for us.

He sent his first created Son, Michael, who willingly offered himself
as the needed sacrifice for our sins.

It is this Son who was given the name that is above every other name, Esou, and God transferred his life to the Earth.

Listen carefully. It was not an order, Michael wanted to do it. Imagine the love of a Father and his Firstborn Son, and this Son stepping forward and saying “Here I am, send me.” and read this:

John 3:16 “For God loved the world so much that he gave his only-begotten Son, Michael, so that everyone exercising faith in him might not be destroyed but have everlasting life.

This is fear inspiring love, a fierce love and undeniable love.

1 John 4:8 God is love.

This same Son, restored to heavenly glory, now rules as a loving King, with authority to end wickedness and to carry out his Father’s original purpose for the earth. He is the example of what a created being should be and reflects his Father’s love perfectly.

This is the message I wanted to convey to you along with this discovery.

We are able to be reconciled to God only by means of this sacrifice. This is because the only thing that removes sin completely is the shed blood of Esou. To be reconciled with God means to have a relationship with him as our Father, God and Friend.

It would be a wonderful gift to God to say, thank you Father, for giving us Esou and for giving us your name.

Pronouncing Yauhuah

In the case of the Hebrew Tetragrammaton יחוח , the “vav” represents the letter “u”.

It was a vicious translation game, because everyone was using YHWH as the standard and not YHUH. The only vocalization of YHWH possible is yahweh. And if you translate yahweh to Hebrew it’s yahwah, but if you use YHWH it can only be pronounced yahweh. yahweh and not Yauhuah the true God. Amazing. Only the oral tradition of the Rabbi’s kept the pronunciation yau’-hua’ alive. We owe them a great debt of gratitude.

Moabite Stone c. 870 B.C.E.

Line 18 of the Moabite Stone, God’s Name as represented by the Tetragrammaton YHUH (Yauhuah) not YHWH (Yahweh).

Exclusive Devotion to Yauhuah

You must worship Yauhuah only. Deuteronomy 4:24 If you follow any other god or use any other name in worship you are worshipping powerful angels who were removed from Heaven.  But they are not Almighty like Yauhuah. They may seem like God to you but they are not him. Turn to Yauhuah and you will be saved. Esou is a worshipper of Yauhuah and does not want to be worshipped. Matthew 16:16

Ihyah (God Almighty)

Ἰηιαη > Ihiah > Ihyah

The name Our Father in the heavens has provided in the Greek Scriptures is Ihyah (pronounced i’-ah) which means “God Almighty” (Exodus 3:14, Exodus 6:3). At Revelation Chapter 19 it is found in the word Halleluiah! His Son’s name in Greek Ἰησοῦν Ihsoun (E’-sou’) contains the theophoric element Ih which stands for Ihyah.

Exodus 3:14 So God said to Moses: “I am Ihyah who is called Ea” And he added: “This is what you are to say to the Israelites, ‘Ihyah has sent me to you.’”

Exodus 6:3 And I used to appear to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob as God Almighty, but with regard to my name Yauhuah I did not make myself known to them.

The Hebrew Scriptures feature the Hebrew Tetragrammaton YHUH (Yauhuah) from The Dead Sea Scrolls. The Tetragrammaton is conspicuously absent in the Greek Scriptures, reminding us not to combine elements of the Hebrew system of worship with Christianity (Mark 2:22).  Ihyah is God Almighty and no one else. If you want to explain it to someone, just say that his personal name is Yauhuah but his ancient name that he was called is Ihyah.

3 Basic truths

  • God’s personal name is likely Yauhuah because of where it was found in the Dead Sea Scrolls
  • God chose not to use the name Yauhuah in the Greek Scriptures
  • God chose Ihyah to represent himself in his Son’s name, which is the main reason it is being emphasized at this time
  • likely Ἰηιαη in Greek

Praise Ihyah! Praise Ihyah! Amen! Amen!

We now know that God’s personal name in the Hebrew Scriptures is Yauhuah and that his Ancient Name that he uses in the Greek Scriptures is Ihyah. It’s nice to understand so we can tell others. But always remember that when praying he wants us to address him as “Our Father in the heavens”. Matthew 6:9 Isn’t that beautiful?

Esou (The Son of God)

Ἰη-σοῦν > Ihsoun > Esou

Esou’s name in Greek Ἰη-σοῦ/Ἰη-σοῦς and Ἰη-σοῦν

Matthew 1:1

Greek: Ἰη-σοῦ and Ἰη-σοῦς

Simple Meaning: literally “Ihyah you” – Your Ihyah/Thine Ihyah

Matthew 1:1 Βίβλος Book γενέσεως of originἸησοῦ of your IhyahΧριστοῦ Christυἱοῦ sonΔαυεὶδ of Davidυἱοῦ son᾿Αβραάμ. of Abraham.

Obviously with the knowledge of Ihyah, the trinity is proven false.

Matthew 1:21,25

Greek: Ἰη-σοῦν (Esou)

Simple Meaning: “Ihyah’s Son“.

Coptic esou from ⲉⲥⲱⲟⲩ(sheep) ⲉⲥⲱ (lamb) or ⲉⲥⲟⲩ (price)

Simple Meaning: “lamb”

Yiddish יִהשׂוֹוּ Ihsou

Simple Meaning: Isaac

Book of Matthew Chapter 1 Complete

Matthew 1:1 The book of the history of your Ihyah Christ, son of David, son of Abraham:

Matthew 1:21 She will give birth to a son, and you are to name him Esou {Ihsoun – Ihyah’s Son}, for he will save his people from their sins.”

Matthew 1:25 But he did not have sexual relations with her until she gave birth to a son, and he named him Esou {Ihsoun – Ihyah’s Son}.

This is a sacred secret. The DNA of spirit people and human DNA are compatible. First God removed one of Mary’s eggs and removed the imperfection inherited from Adam and Eve. Then he converted Michael’s DNA to human DNA. There is a difference between human bodies of flesh and spirit bodies. Other than that there was no change. This was an invitro operation of the highest order. God used both sets of DNA instructions, combined them and transferred the embryo to Mary’s womb. This is how Esou was born as a perfect human only with both his own genetic characteristics and those of Mary and her human lineage. At Esou’s baptism, God anointed him with holy spirit and restored his eons of memories and he became The Lord, Esou Christ.

Esou is called “The Last Adam” because he replaces Adam.

You will love reading about his perfect life story, from his creation until Satan’s destruction.

The ransom sacrifice of Esou is the only way to be reconciled to God. That is because the only thing that removes sin completely is the shed blood of Esou. To be reconciled to God means to have a relationship with him as our Father, God and Friend. Beloved ones, it is this easy to understand all the important things in life.

To understand the massive trinity religion, and it’s modern trinune formulation, you must understand, the Messiah’s human body was a sacrifice and was destroyed by God by disintegrating it.  God then resurrected him with a spirit body.  The fleshly bodies that he materialized were not identical from one appearance to the next.  Even Esou’s close friends recognized him only by what he said or did.​ For example, Mary recognized the way he spoke to her.  The modern triune religion claims Esou’s dead body started to breathe again.  That is not so.  The dead body is the ransom sacrifice.  He could never reclaim it if he wanted to offer the value of it as a sacrifice to replace Adam.  That is also one of the reasons he is called “The Last Adam”.  That perfect dead body is the reason we have the opportunity to live.   The body was dead for parts of 3 days and was not allowed to see corruption.  It was a perfect sacrifice.  Also the Bible says that flesh and blood cannot inherit God’s Kingdom, so he would not have been able to enter Heaven with the same body of flesh. (1 Corinthians 15:50).  These are scriptural truths.

Esou Matthew 1:25 Interlinear

The Aramaic (i-su), Hebrew Y’su, Greek (Ihsou/n) and Latin (Iesu/m) are in agreement about the pronunciation Esou

Aramaic 25 ܘܠܳܐ ܚܰܟ݂ܡܳܗ ܥܕ݂ܰܡܳܐ ܕ݁ܺܝܠܶܕ݂ܬ݂ܶܗ ܠܰܒ݂ܪܳܗ ܒ݁ܽܘܟ݂ܪܳܐ ܘܰܩܪܳܬ݂ ܫܡܶܗ ܝܶܫܽܘܥ܂

Hebrew 25 ולא חכמה עדמא דילדתה לברה בוכרא וקרת שמה ישו܂

Greek 25 καὶ and οὐκ notἐγίνωσκεν he was knowingαὐτὴν herἕως untilοὗ whenἔτεκεν she gave birth toυἱόν· son;καὶ andἐκάλεσεν he calledτὸ theὄνομα nameαὐτοῦ of him EsouἸησοῦν. .

Latin 25 et non cognoscebat eam donec peperit filium suum primogenitum et vocavit nomen eius Iesum

Yeshua – Greek to Hebrew, not the other way around


Our Lord’s Name is Y’su ישו

Hebrew and Aramaic are read from right to left and the first letter in the name ישוע (Yeshua) is the letter yodh (י).


The translation went as ‘phonic’ as possible and since Greek had no equivalent to the Hebrew letter yodh (י) or the sound, they went with the closest sound in Greek they had, a modified iota (I) in the form of Ἰη

The Semitic letter Yodh (י) originally came from the Phoenicians, which gave rise to the Greek Iota (Ι), Latin I, J, Cyrillic І.

When Y’su’s name was being translated, they used the capital letter iota with an eta η with it to raise the sound. Ἰη made the phonic sound closest to the Hebrew yodh (י).

The next letter was ש‎ shin [ʃ] and this letter was replaced with σ sigma [s].

Hebrew Shin
Hebrew Shin

This made the sound יש to Ἰησ which sounds in English as yesh or ye’s

The next letter sound was the Hebrew Waw (vav) ו, this in Greek was sounded as οῦ

Hebrew Waw/Vav
Hebrew Waw/Vav

The diphthongal [a] vowel of Masoretic Yehoshua` or Yeshua` would not have been present in Hebrew/Aramaic pronunciation during this period, and some scholars believe some dialects dropped the pharyngeal sound of the final letter ע `ayin [ʕ], which in any case had no counterpart in ancient Greek.

ע – hebrew letter ayin
ע – hebrew letter ayin

This made the translation of the Messiah’s name from the Greek Ἰησοῦ (Iēsou) to Hebrew ישו (Yesu)

A masculine singular ending ς [-s] was added in the nominative case, in order to allow the name to be inflected for case (nominative, accusative, etc.) in the grammar of the Greek language. Basically, the ending s in Jesus was added when it was translated into Greek to indicate “Yesu” was male.

The Greek writings of Philo of Alexandria and Josephus frequently mention this name. It also occurs in the Greek New Testament at Acts 7:45 and Hebrews 4:8, referring to Joshua son of Nun.

So historically we have sound evidence that the Messiah’s name is Y’su in English.

Y’su , not Yeshua

The translation of the Hebrew name Yeshua to English is “Yesu” at this point, not Yesus. 

However just as Yehohshua is pronounced Y’hoshua by native Hebrew speakers, the same applies to Yeshua.  The “e” is a sh’va.   Y’shua and the final letter ע `ayin [ʕ], which in any case had no counterpart in ancient Greek, so it is Y’su (Esou).

Greek Scripture Translation

Our online Bible has been annotated the Lord (Ihiah) and Esou (Ihsou-) to help you see the relationship between the two people.

Ἰηιαη (God Almighty) and Ἰησοῦν (The Son of God)

Ἰηιαη > Ihiah – God Almighty > iEiah (pronounced ‘i-ah in Aramaic ܝܲܗ )

Ἰησοῦν > Ih-soun – Ihiah’s Son > iEsoun (pronounced ‘i-su in Aramaic ܝܫܘܥ)

Other Translations

Ἰησοῦ /Ἰησοῦς > Your Ihiah/Thine Ihiah > example Matthew 1:1 Your Ihiah Christ

The theophoric ih and iah both stand for Ihiah.

Hebrew: Ihyah pronounced i-ah

Hebrew: Y’su pronounced i-su

Only the ancient name Ihiah is used in the Greek Scriptures in Halleluiah and in the name of God’s Son.