Yahuah vs. Yahweh
In order to understand YHUH or Yahuah you must first understand exactly what the Hebrew language is and what it is not.
The original Old Testament/Torah was composed in Biblical Hebrew, also called Classical Hebrew, which is the archaic form of the Hebrew language in which the Hebrew Bible which is the Old Testament/Torah were written. Most people do not know what archaic Hebrew is, so lets get this out of the way first.
Archaic Biblical Hebrew is a language used in Biblical times from the 12th to the 9th century BC. Archaic Hebrew is also called Old Hebrew or Paleo-Hebrew. (Paleo means the earliest use of the language.)
So the question is what is Paleo-Hebrew? The Paleo-Hebrew alphabet is identical to the Phoenician alphabet. It was used as the main vehicle for writing the Hebrew language by the Israelites, both Jews and Samaritans.
The common ancestor of Hebrew and Phoenician is the Canaanite alphabet system, and the first alphabet distinct from Egyptian. Archaic Biblical Hebrew is the alphabet of the Canaanite language which in turn was refined into the Phoenician alphabet.
First of all the name Canaanite refers to the Land of Canaan which is modern day Israel.
Now the Phoenicians are the same people as the Canaanites. The Greeks called the people of Canaan, Phoenicians, so the Old Testament/Torah was written in the language of the Phoenicians/Canaanites which today is call Hebrew.
Modern Hebrew is the present day “square” form of the Hebrew alphabet and is actually a stylized form of the Aramaic script and it is not Hebrew. Used after Jews Babylonian captivity.
The Old Testament/Torah was written in the Phoenician alphabet script which is called the Archaic Biblical Hebrew which is called the Paleo-Hebrew alphabet.
The vowel points are Modern Hebrew, which came after the Hebrew Babylonian captivity period, when they took on the Aramaic, then Modern Hebrew. In Ancient Paleo Hebrew, the original language as the name was given, there are no vowel points, each letter makes its own sound and gives us a transliterated letter. You can look at an original Hebrew alphabet chart to see what the Hebrew letter produce as a sound. YHUH (Paleo Hebrew), which U transliterates as the U (ooh) sound, giving us YAHUAH! HalleluYAH!!!
THE NAME ABOVE EVERY NAME!
“What is His Name, and what is His Son’s Name, If you know it!” …This powerful scripture found in Proverbs 30:4 is a beautiful invitation to search out the only Name ever given by the Most High: I AM
” יהוה = YHUH “
First written in Paleo Hebrew as YHUH, then in Modern Babylonian influenced Hebrew as YHWH/YHVH, transliterated in Paleo hebrew as YAHUAH, also known in Modern Babylonian Hebrew as Yahuwah, Yahuweh, Yahuveh and even Yahweh or Yahwah, plus Yahovah and others, under the Babylonian influenced Modern Hebrew language, which adds vowel points and gives us the letter (W), there is no letter (W) or (W) sound in original Hebrew; Also no e, j, i, o, and v letters or sounds don’t exist in Ancient Hebrew Hieroglyphics.
The Name used for the Father throughout Paleo Hebrew scriptures is YHUH (Yahuah) (6820 times), which is typically concealed from the modern reader of the Bible; virtually all standard translations today render YHUH as the Lord or God – they have changed the Name of YHUH, Yahuah into “the Lord” and Alahym (Elohim) into “God”.
It’s been within the past century, Paleo-Hebrew has been really rediscovered. The impact of this discovery has not yet been fully felt and the lost script is the original, the one in which the Ten Commandments were written by the finger of Yahuah and the one in which Moses wrote the original Torah! Paleo-Hebrew was basically completely abandoned around the time of the destruction of the Second Temple in the year 70 AD. Except for the inscriptions on a few ancient Jewish coins, no other remnant of Paleo-Hebrew really remained…
Around the year 1800 BC, Egyptian hieroglyphics had inspired Phoenicians living and working in Egypt to develop Proto-Canaanite, a phonetic alphabet. Proto-Canaanite then evolved as Paleo-Hebrew and was the script used by all the peoples of the Middle East, including the Phoenicians, the Canaanites, the Moabites, and also the Hebrews.
Archeologists have unearthed Paleo-Hebrew inscriptions on stone and pottery dating as far back as the twelfth century BC…
Around the year 800 BC, Paleo-Hebrew letters became reworked in Babylon and the surrounding region and evolved as the native Aramaic script. Around 275 years later (circa 525 BC) the Jews in Babylon refined the native Aramaic letters and developed Ashuri, the script recognized today as Modern Hebrew…
Throughout the Second Temple period, Ashuri was the dominant script used for all holy and secular purposes. However, Paleo-Hebrew was not entirely forgotten and appeared on some coins of the period (the use of Paleo-Hebrew letters on these coins is of great significance)…
But in the 20th century, everything changed! Archeologists began discovering buried artifacts inscribed with Paleo-Hebrew letters dating back to the times of King David and earlier! And then the Dead Sea Scrolls were found with several examples of Paleo-Hebrew text! The ancient Hebrew alphabet has basically been resurrected from the dead…