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Old 02-01-2012, 12:49 PM   #41
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Originally Posted by charlesb View Post
The Jews never pronounced YHWH as too holy to speak, so to say that Jove was pronounced by the name of the Jewish God in untrue.


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The fictitious Jewish "God" "Yaweh/Jehova's" name was inserted, replacing the names of many Gentile/Pagan Gods. "Jehova" is fictitious. The name "Jehova" was stolen from the Roman God "Jove." "The pious Dr. Parkhurst. . . proves, from the authority of Diodorus Siculus, Varro, St. Augustine, etc., that the Iao, Jehova, or ieue, or ie of the Jews was the Jove of the Latins and Etruscans..." "YHWH/IEUE was additionally the Egyptian Sun God Ra: Ra was the father in heaven, who has the title of 'Huhi' the eternal, from which the Hebrews derived the name 'Ihuh.'" "Jewish mystical tradition viewed the original Jehova as an androgyne, his/her name compounded as Jah (jod) and the pre-hebraic name of Eve, Havah, or Hawah, rendered he-vau-he in Hebrew letters. The four letters together made the sacred Tetragrammaton, YHWH, the secret name of God..."ยน We can also see where the antagonistic story of Zeus (Jove) and Prometheus was used to promote the concept of a rebellious God who was condemned and ostracized for bringing knowledge to humanity
Pronounce "Jove" as according to rule of Classical Latin, its Pronounces YAHWEH

The Term "Joshua" becomes "Iesus" in Latin,
But you turn "Iove" into hebrew it becomes "Yahweh"
V / W / U are Interchangeable

Even the term "Yahuwah", its still Jove
and even "Jehovah"
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