Paul The Apostle Warned Us
Teachers love to condemn our beloved brother Paul because they misunderstand him, but also because Paul exposes false teachings. He warned us about those who cause disputes over false doctrines, words, myths, and senseless talk. They apply foreign languages to Hebrew words they think they are hearing, and build on these to suggest conspiracies. When we do this we caste confusion on the Hebrew language. Foreign letters like J and W are the most widely used by teachers, and yet neither of these letters even existed until well after the printing press was invented (15th century). The comparison of the Egyptian moon deity Aah, or the foreign name Iao to the Hebrew word spelled yod-hay-uau-hay (Yahuah) is a phonetic misdirection, unlike the obvious phonetic equivalence of Ishtar and Easter. Clement of Alexandria was a headmaster of the Didascalia at Alexandria and he had inherited the lies of the other circus fathers; however his transliteration of yod-hay-uau-hay in Greek (IAOUE) is the best possible using the Greek alphabet’s limitations. The form YAHWEH is a modern misdirection based in the Jewish encyclopedia, picked up by all other encyclopedias and dictionaries. The form “JEHOVAH” contains another form of vowel manipulation set in motion by the Masoretes (Karaites), whose name means “tradition.” This Masoretic sect invented the niqqud marks which inserted suggested vowels to divert the reader from accurately pronouncing the Name, Yahuah. Yahu became YEHO, and the KJV picked this up in the form JEHOvah. The V in “JehoVah” is the Latin shape for the letter U. We are mis-reading the letter V; we are also mispronouncing the J, because it was sounded as the letter “Y” in the 16th and 17th centuries. Overcoming these obstacles means we have to restore a pure lip, taking away the damages done by men as far back as the 7th century CE.
Read 1 Timothy 1:1-7 as it concerns false teachers who lack understanding while they strongly affirm what they know nothing about. For more detail on letters and Hebrew roots: www.fossilizedcustoms.com/lexomorphosis.html
For more on the origin of crescents and sighted-moon behavior: http://www.fossilizedcustoms.com/sightedmoonorigins.html