Gallio  was the proconsul of Achaia who, when confronted with these same facts, said in the Holy Scriptures:


'Since this involves arguments about words and names and your own law, settle the matter yourselves. I will have none of it!' - Acts 18:15 Holy Scriptures


If he remained unbelieving, I'll give you one guess where he is spending his eternity now!  But the words and names he ignored are still here!  Don't you imitate him! Be wise, learned and an honest seeker of truth!

I.  What's in a name?

A name represents all the qualities and total personality of the person behind it! Don't be contented with cheap substitutes, aliases and nicknames; refer and call to Him by His one and only true Name: YÁOHU UL!

'If there is a prophet among you, or one who claims to foretell the future by dreams, and if his predictions come true but He says, 'Come, let us worship the idols of the other nations,' do not listen to him. Because YÁOHU UL is testing you to find out whether or not you really love Him with all your heart and soul. You must never worship any idol but YÁOHU UL; obey only His commands and cling to Him!' - Deuteronomy 13:1-4, Holy Scriptures.

The person of YÁOHU ULHIM, his authority and his name are one in Hebrew and we should be careful not to detach the name from his person. A person's name reveals his character, his faithfulness, his justice and even the remembrance of that person. An unseen person cannot be identified by our visual perception. An unseen person can only be identified by His Name. Likewise our Heavenly Father YÁOHU ABIHUL must also be identified by His Name. You need to realise that the Words, ULHIM, UL and KING, are merely titles and not names.


a.   Theophoric names


Theophoric names are exceedingly common in the Ancient Near East and Mesopotamia, where the personal name of an individual included the name of a god in whose care the individual is entrusted. The practice, called in onomastics theophory, refers to this naming convention of adding a god's name (or the local equivalent of the generic term for god) to an individual's proper name.  "theophoric" or "theophorous" name, derived from a Greek word meaning"bearing [derived from] a god."7


Some Theophoric names of Differrent Culture/Religion


The gods’ name being attached to the name of person and places were used to induce a deity/god to place a person and places under his or her protection and dedicated them to their idol, god and diety.  Among the names that have developed with their god and the worshippers:


Isis (Egyptian goddess) or



or Thoth



(Canaanites and Bablylon}


ZEUS ( Theo, Dios, Diaz) (Greek)




Isi-doros, Isi-dotos, Isi-genes

Ra, Re,Ramose

Amenemhat, Amenemmes, Amenhotep and Amenophis, Akhenaten, Akhenaton,

Tahutimes, Thothmes, Thutmose, Tuthmosis and Thutmosis,


Ishbaal – son of Saul/man of Baal

Baal, master; lord; 

Baalah,  a spouse

Baal-gad, idol of fortune

Baal-hanan, Baal is gracious

Baali, my idol

Baalim, idols; masters

Baalis, a rejoicing; a proud lord

Baal-peor, master of the opening

Baal-zebub, god of fly

Ba`al Adir

Theophilus,  Theodore, Theo-genes, Theo-dotos, Theo-doros, Theo-kles,  Dorotheus , Theo-doulos

Zeus Kroniōn (descendant of Cronus), Zeús or Zdeús (Greek Ζεύς) or Dias (Greek Δίας) ("divine king")


Places / things

Devoted to Zeus

Ephesus, Parnassus, Pegasus, Tarsus, Olympus, Said Port, Suez Canal

Pedro, Peter, Paul, Pablo,  Ma., Maria Victoria, Marialita, Ma. Theresa.

Saint Mercurius, Saint Saturninus, Saint Hermes).

Julius Alexander

Marcus, Proclus, Anna and Maria

Christian, Christy,

Christopher (Christ Bearer) Christo-doulos (‘servant of Christ’

"Abd" (= slave or servant) added to a name of Allah. These names  pronounced as "Abdul-" or "Abdal-" or "Abdil-"

Abdul Kabier  

Abdul Maalik






Jupiter ( Dio or Jo, Dyeu) (Roman-Latin)

GOTT (German)

EL (Semitic and Canaanites Name)


(Modern Hebrew)




Dio, Diaz,






Dio-kles, Dio-kleia


Gottesmann, Gottfried, Gottlieb, Gottschalk, Gotha, Göttingen,

 Gottenheim Gottmadingen

Gottfried von Strasburg.

Gotthard of Hildesheim 








El Shaddai













Khuda Hafiz

Khuda Verdi



Khuda Khair





Y Á O H U  - this is My Shúam (name) FOREVER by which I am to be called and remembered

from generation to generation!  Shuamos (Exodus) 3:13-15


And YÁOHU ULHIM  shall be King over all the earth: in that day shall YÁOHU ULHIM  be ONE,

and HIS Shúam (name) ONE .  Zochar-YAOHU (Zechariah) 14:9 


Please try to assess this information and study the word of warnings following the question in Proverbs 30:4 to


“Add thou not unto his words, lest he reprove thee, and thou be found a liar.” (vs. 6).


Obviously finding His true name from the English translation meant we have to find out why His NAME  was TRANSLATED into several different English words. Were these “extra” words from heaven? Or were they from men? 


The prophet Yarmi-YAOHU (Jeremiah) tells us, "My people will know My Name". He further states at 23:27, "They think the dreams they tell one another will make My people forget My Name, just as their fathers forgot My Name through BAAL (LORD)."


Altering His Name in any way is as the sacrifice of Cain - we cannot make up our own method of worship nor call upon whatever name we feel we wish to call Him. "Well, isn't that special" -- is not what He is likely to say when we meet Him face-to-face. As teachers, we are held to a higher standard than to condone traditions that sound more like pretzel logic than anything else. Either His Name is YAOHU, or it's BAAL (LORD)


Yarmi-YAOHU declared at 16:19, "To you the nations will come from the ends of the Earth and say, 'our fathers have inherited nothing but falsehood, futility, and things of no profit.'" Yaoshua-YAOHU (Isaiah) 28:15 says, "We have made a lie our refuge, and falsehood our hiding place." The Name of YAOHU UL is a strong tower of refuge, and those who are righteous run to it.


Here we see religious leaders and fathers teaching the people a name for the Creator that was really a pagan deity’s name! The text says they will call Him Baal.  We’ve been taught to call Him our Lord. Is this the same error? For more details the amazing text in Hosea 2:16:


And it shall be at that day, saith the LORD, that thou shalt call me Ishi, and shalt call me no more Baali.  Hoshea  2:16


If you read this verse in the KJV, the word Baali” has an optional rendering in the margin. It says “My lord.” More accurately, this text could be written,


And it shall be at the day, saith YAOHU, that thou shalt call me my husband, and shalt call me no more my lord.


This shows in the day when His people are preparing to marry Him (the word “Ishi” means “My husband”), YAOHU Ulhim  is going to correct the deception of His name so His people will no longer call Him by a pagan deity’s name.


Many may not realize the damage this does to the truth. If you are talking to someone of a different religion about your “god” or “lord” then they will apply what you say about your deity to their “god” or “lord” since the same word is for both. This dilemma of using a common name (which is handed down to us from pagan sources) for all deities, and not using the true name of the Eternal Creator is remedied if we obey YAOHU Ulhim’s instructions. He commands us not even to mention the name of other deities:


And make no mention of the name of other gods (elohim), neither let it be heard out of thy mouth.    Shuamós (Exodus). 23:13


I am YAOHU: that is my name: and my glory will I not give to another, neither my praise to graven images. Yaoshua-YAOHU ( Isaiah) 42:8






The one Hebrew word and name that is truly the eternal name YAOHU (YHVH) ULHIM  is translated into different English words: GOD, LORD, ADONAI, HA-SHEM, EL, ELOHIM, JEHOVAH, YAHWEH and DIOS (DEUS, DYEUS, DIO, ZEUS).

Let’s start and provide some references as bases and sources of our studies.  The Catholic Encyclopedia  with the imprimatur of Archbishop Rev. John M. Farlen provides some definitions and descriptions of false names of false creators:  According to many scholars and researchers of this encylopedia the:

Etymology  of  the  Word  "GOD"


(Anglo-Saxon “God”; German “Gott; akin to Persian “khoda; Hindu “khooda).  God can variously be defined as:


·         the proper name of the one Supreme and Infinite Personal Being, the Creator and Ruler of the universe, to whom man owes obedience and worship;


·         the common or generic name of the several supposed beings to whom, in polytheistic religions, Divine attributes are ascribed and Divine worship rendered;


·         the name sometimes applied to an idol as the image or dwelling-place of a god.


The root-meaning of the name (from Gothic root gheu; Sanskrit hub or emu, "to invoke or to sacrifice to") is either "the one invoked" or "the one sacrificed to." From different Indo-Germanic roots (div, "to shine" or "give light"; thes in thessasthai "to implore") come the Indo-Iranian deva, Sanskrit dyaus (gen. divas), Latin deus, Greek theos, Irish and Gaelic dia, all of which are generic names; also Greek Zeus (gen. Dios, Latin Jupiter (jovpater), Old Teutonic Tiu or Tiw (surviving in Tuesday), Latin Janus, Diana, and other proper names of pagan deities. The common name most widely used in Semitic occurs as 'el in Hebrew, 'ilu in Babylonian, 'ilah in Arabic, etc.; and though scholars are not agreed on the point, the root-meaning most probably is "the strong or mighty one."


The  Webster's 1913 Dictionary for “Deity”


\De"i*ty\, n.; pl. {Deities}. [OE. deite, F. d['e]it['e], fr. L. deitas, fr. deus a god; akin to divus divine, Jupiter, gen. Jovis, Jupiter, dies day, Gr. di^os divine, Zey`s, gen. Dio`s, Zeus, Skr. d[=e]va divine, as a noun, god, daiva divine, dy[=o] sky, day, hence, the sky personified as a god, and to the first syllable of E. Tuesday, Gael. & Ir. dia God, W. duw. Cf. {Divine}, {Journey}, {Journal}, {Tuesday}.]


The Encyclopedia Judaica, Volume 7, page 680, also gave us some historical background of

how the name of the Eternal Creator was erased, replaced and renamed.

YHWH. The personal name of the God of Israel is written in the Hebrew Bible with the four consonants YHWH and is referred to as the "Tetragrammaton.'' At least until the destruction of the first Temple in 586 b.c.e. this name was regularly pronounced with its proper vowels, as is clear from the *Lachish Letters, written shortly before that date. But at least by the third century B.C.E. the pronunciation of the name YHWH was avoided, and Adonai, "the Lord,'' was substituted for it, as is evidenced by the use of the Greek word Kyrios, "Lord'' for YHWH in the Septuagint, the translation of the Hebrew Scriptures that was begun by Greek-speaking Jews in that century. Where the combined form `Adonai YHWH occurs in the Bible, this was read as 'Adonai 'Elohim, "Lord God.'' In the early Middle Ages, when the consonantal text of the Bible was supplied with vowel points to facilitate its correct traditional reading, the vowel points for 'Adonai with one variation__a sheva with the first yod of YHWH instead of the hataf-patah under the aleph of 'Adonai__were used for YHWH, thus producing the form YeHoWaH. When Christian scholars of Europe first began to study Hebrew, they did not understand what this really meant, and they introduced the hybrid name "Jehovah.'' In order to avoid pronouncing even the sacred name 'Adonai for YHWH, the custom was later introduced of saying simply in Hebrew ha-shem (or Aramaic Shema-', "the Name'') even in such an expression as "Blessed be he that cometh in the name of YHWH'' (Ps. 118:26). The avoidance of pronouncing the name YHWH is generally ascribed to a sense of reverence. More precisely, it was caused by a misunderstanding of the Third Commandment (Ex. 20:7; Deut. 5:11) as meaning "Thou shalt not take the name of YHWH thy God in vain,'' whereas it really means "You shall not swear falsely by the name of YHWH your God'' (JPS)

The replacements these religious and sectarian groups long ago mistakenly used, to replace the original Names and titles with, were adapted from surrounding pagan, cultic, primitive, Greek and Latin communities, which then referred to popular idols among them! 

Likewise in our prayers and worship! It is seriously forbidden in the Holy Scriptures to even mention the names of idols in one's lips: 'Be sure to obey all of these instructions; and remember - never mention the name of any idol!' - Exodus 23:13



  1.   Why not call the Creator plainly as GOD or god?

The origin of this word is the root word: 'KHUDA' - which was an ancient (skull) idol of the Persians and Babylonians. This can also be easily checked out by checking out the name of the cultic idol 'Baal Gad' mentioned in the Holy Scriptures several times.

Strong’s Hebrew Lexicon  #1171 Baal Gad, bah’al gawd; from 1168 and 1409; Baal of Fortune: Baal Gad, a place in Syria:- Baal-gad.

Another word given (German “Gott” for God) as a clue in the Holy Writ is the retained word 'gol-GOT-tha' - which means 'place of the skull.' The Hebrew word 'got' refers to the skeletal remains of the human head, commonly used by mediums and witches!  Also in English we pronounced ‘got’ to mean ‘goat’. So when anyone prays to “God” or 'god' - you now know whom he is really, actually praying to.

By tradition, men have adopted a proper name of an idol to be used as a generic or common name for supernatural beings; like using a famous name brand, and making it the common name for other similar products. Examples: Calling chewing gum 'CHICLET' or calling cameras as 'KODAKS' or toothpastes as 'COLGATE' and so on . This method surely is tricky licentious adaptation, which is very dangerous because it leads to idolatry, whether one realizes it or not!

So we must bless, praise, extol and worship His One and only Holy Name: ‘YÁO-HOO' (YHVH) - and not `KHUDA.', not ‘GOD’, not German ‘GOTT” Not what you presumptuously think but what you say with your lips. Life and death are in power of the tongue (language you speak). By our mouths, our confessions are made unto salvation!


You get in contact and really communicate with whom you call upon. You may believe that you are in contact with your friend but if you dial the wrong cellphone number, watch out!



2.   Why not call the Creator plainly as LORD or Lord ?


The Name YÁOHU (YHVH) has been substituted in our translations of the Scriptures with the  title "LORD" or “Lord” some 6,823 times. The form, YÁOHU (YHVH), has also been substituted 48 times with "Lord", and only in one place was it retained as: Yah, in Ps. 68:4 (Jah, in the KJV). Further, wherever we read "GOD" in capital letters, that too is a substitute for YÁOHU (YHVH)   ". This title, "lord", is applied to all heathen deities, if the word "god" is not used for them. In most cases "lord" and "god" are used interchangeably for pagan idols. For instance, Hare Krishna is popularly known as "Lord", and nowadays we hear much about "Lord Maitreya". In 1 Cor. 8:5 Paul says, "There are many gods and many lords". So, who then, do we worship?

Let us investigate this most common substitute for the Name YÁOHU (YHVH), namely, "Lord". What is its etymology? Dictionaries tell us that it originated from the Old English hlaford, which in turn came from hlaf-weard = loaf-keeper. This may be true, but you do have to strectch your imagination to see a connection between "lord" and hlaf-weard. Nevertheless, even if we do accept it, I would like to propose that, in accordance with the spirit of syncretism, i.e. making your deity acceptable to others, we can readily see how the worshippers of three pagan deities with names similar to "lord", were accommodated by means of compromise. These three pagan deities were Larth, Loride and Lordo. The Church, which evolved after Constantine fused the Messianic Faith with Sun-worship, was enthusiastic to win as many followers as they could, even if it meant compromise or assimilation. Let us do some research on these three (3) idols:

(a) LARTH: There was an Etruscan house deity whose name was Lar, which signified "Lord", also known as Larth, who later on became very popular in Rome and became known as Lares (plural), because as idol statues they were usually in pairs. This deity was invoked together with Janus, Jupiter, Mars, Quirinus and Bellona. The Greek equivalent of this name was Heros, which was another name for Zeus. A feminine form was known as Lara, who was the beloved of Mercury, the Sun-deity. Another name for Zeus was Larissaeus, which also was another name for Apollo. Zeus was also known as Larasios or Lariseus, while Larasios was also a surname of Helios. Typical of the syncretism and polytheism of those days, we read of emperor Alexander Severus (222 - 235 C.E.) who "had images of Abraham, Christ and Alexander the Great among his household Lares. These Lares are to be found in the East as well, seen in niches in Hindu houses. However, what is the analogy between Larth (Lar) and Lord? Firstly, all sources agree, that this Lar or Larth means: Lord. Secondly, it is well documented that "the" and "d" were virtually interchangeably used, varying from nation to nation. Thirdly, in Old English and Middle English it was common to find the "o" and "a" interchangeably used too. In the Middle English Dictionary, editor S.M. Kuhn, we read that lord was earlier spelt lard; that lor became lord; that lor was spelt lar in Old English (meaning: the action or process of teaching or preaching); that Lore-fader was also spelt Larfaderr or Larefadir or larfadir (meaning:teacher); that lorspel was lar-spel in Old English (meaning: that which is taught in religion); and that lor-theu was previously also spelt lar-theow, lardewe, lardewen, lauerd, lordeau (meaning: teacher or spiritual or theological teacher). Thus we can easily see the ease of identifying Lard, Lord, Larth, Lor, Lar, Lortheu, Lartheow, Lardewe with one another. In fact, it is easier to trace the origin of "Lord" according to this well documented evidence, rather than the commonly held belief that it originated from hlaf-weard.

(b) LORIDE: Thor was the well-known Teutonic war-deity. he was also known as a Sun-diety. His surname was Hlorridhi,  or Loride,  The latter also taken to be Thor's son, who had a wife with the name "Gloria". This Loride could easily have been contracted to the form "Lord", or perhaps it could only have served to establish religious syncretism with Larth, and Lortheu, and Lard, and Lordeau, and Lord.

(c) LORDO: Lordo, or Lordon, was another deity or daimon, the daimon of "lodosis", the curvature of the spine or body, which also had a sensual meaning.

If all this evidence is considered, once can resolve that, apart from the various names which contributed toward the assimilation or syncretism, the most likely origin of the word "Lord" seems to come from Larth (Lard) and Lor-theu (lardewe, lordeau, laured). Thus, although the word "Lord" is not so clearly related to, or originated from, frank Sun-worship, we have enough evidence to trace its roots back to idolatrous worship in the form of Loride, being a surname for Thor (the Sun), and also Lortheu or Lardewe or lordeau (connected with theos or deos or deva), as well as Larth or Lar which was somehow linked with Mercury (the Sun-deity) and Zeus, the Sky-deity who later on became the Sun-deity.

As a confirmation of the conclusion to which we came, we afterwards discovered the following findings of the scholar of English names, Robert Ferguson, in his Surnames as a Science. On pp. 157 and 189 he emphatically states that "Lord" could not have had its origin from hlaford, which was said to come from hlaf-weard. Like us, he states that the origin of "Lord" is from lar lore, and Loride.

What then, should we use instead of "Lord"? The Archaic Hebrew words "Mokhiul" for king, “Odmaor” or “Odmorul” for Ruler are exact rendering of the Hebrew recognizing the kingship and rulership . For our Savior or His Father we can use UL means Eternal Powerful Creator (Please see the redemptive names). The latter word is used in many places in the Old Testament of the New International Version. If we love the Name of YÁOHU (YHVH), as is expected from us (Ps. 69:32, Ps. 119:132, Isa. 56:6), can we be content with this word "Lord" which man has dared to substitute His Name with? Can we say with Daoud (David) in Ps. 5:11, "But let all those rejoice who put their trust in You... Let those also who love Your Name, be joyful in You." The Mighty One's end-time prophecy of Isa. 56:6-7 could mean a blessing, or an exclusion to us, "Also the sons of the foreigner, who joined themselves to YÁOHU (YHVH),  to serve Him, and to love the name of YÁOHU (YHVH), to be His servants -everyone who keeps from defiling the Sabbath, and holds fast My Covenant - even them I will bring to My Separated Mountain, and make them joyful in My house of prayer." Again, He prophecies about this time in HOSHUA (Hosea) 2:16-17, "And it shall be, in the day," says YÁOHU (YHVH), 'That you will ... no longer call Me: My Baal; for I will take from her mouth the names of the Baals, and they shall be remembered by their name no more.'" The prophecy of Zafna-YAOHU(Zephaniah). 3:9 must be fulfilled, "For then I will restore to the peoples a pure language (Hebrew), that they all may call on the Name of YÁOHU (YHVH),  to serve Him with one accord.".

b. the lying scribes AND TRANSLATORS have written

their scriptures for BAAL (LORD and KURIOS)

Ba`al - the Hebrew name of Greek Despotes, Latin Domine, Spanish Señor, and English “Lord” and “Master”.  It means controller, owner, possessor, binding husband.  YÁOHU Ulhim does not want us to call Him this (Hosea 2:16).


"And it shall be in that Day, declares  YÁOHU, you shall call Me 'Iyshiy [my husband, per Schofield], and you will no longer call Me Ba`liy [my Lord, per Schofield], and I will remove the names of the B`aliym [Lords] from her mouth and they will no longer be remembered by their name" Hosea 2:16-17


Strong’s Greek 2962. kurios koo'-ree-os from kuros (supremacy); supreme in authority, i.e. (as noun) controller; by implication, Master (as a respectful title):-- God, Lord, master, Sir.



3.       Why not call the Creator plainly as EL, EL SHADDAI, ELOHIM?


It's incorrect. A simple research into the true person of 'El' in Babylonian and Chaldee mythology, will reveal that 'El' was a very popular pagan idol in the early history of these people. He (El) was an idol associated with incest, lust, immorality and treachery. The word 'Shaddai' refers to seducing spirits of the wicked realm. Using this title activates seducing spirits with the immoral characteristics of 'El' - luring many people into slavery to pagan idolatry. Even witches know this and use this specific title in their incantations, faith healing sessions, and satanic worship.

The correct title of the true Creator YÁOHU UL, based on archaic Hebrew, is 'UL SHUA-ODÁI' - which literally means 'the All-Powerful Eternal Creator Whose Salvation is Sufficient' - that is, YÁOHU UL, the True One.

Remember that there is a fine line between genuine and bogus money bills. You can't find a fake three-dollar bill. The counterfeit is almost similar to the authentic, discernible only through cursory and thorough verification. Much more so when it comes to unseen, supernatural spirit beings. Be very careful, because it's your whole life here and in the afterlife that's at stake.

Also, it is improper and wrong to use the title 'Elohim'. Why? Because the word 'Elohim' is just the plural of the word 'El' - the dangers of which have just been discussed above. The correct and accurate title is 'ULHÍM' in archaic Hebrew. This is pronounced: 'ool-heem' - accented on the second syllable.

This mistranslation into 'Elohim' of the original 'ULHÍM' was one of the mishaps which was revealed in  Yarmi-YAOHU (Jeremiah) 8:8, of the Tanakh or Hebrew Scriptures. You can easily check these out in any encyclopedia, Bible concordance, Hebrew-Chaldee dictionary, and other similar reference as shown below.

Other References:


1.       ELOHIM - in Unger's Bible Dictionary -  In Canaan there was a tendency to employ the plural forms of deities Ashtoreth (Ashtoroth), Asherah (Asherim), Anath (Anathoth) to summarize all the various manifestations of this deity. In like fashion the Canaanite plural Elohim (``gods'') was adopted by the Hebrews to express all the excellencies and attributes of the one true God.


2.       The Interpreter's Bible Dictionary, under DEMON, DEMONOLOGY, Volume 1, page 817, tells us what ELOHIM really are:  A. IN THE OT. 1. Daimonism. a. Daimon. The Hebrew equivalent of "demon'' (daimon) in the original sense is simply la (el) or myhla (elo-hîm ), commonly rendered "god.''


3.       EL - Unger's Bible Dictionary also says EL is the father of the gods! Baal was the son of El in the Canaanite pantheon! The word Elohim was adopted by the Hebrews! YIsrayl accepted a word that signified Canaanite deities of worship: gods.


4.       ‘El’: (International Standard Bible Encyclopedia) In the group of Semitic languages, the most common word for Deity is El (‘el’), represented by the Babylonian ilu and the Arabic ‘Allah’.  It is found throughout the Old Testament, but more often in Job and Psalms than in all the other books. It occurs seldom in the historical books, and not at all in Leviticus.   The same variety of derivations is attributed to it as to ELOHIM, most probable of which is the Hebrew root word ‘ul’, meaning, “to be strong.” Brown, Driver, and Briggs, Hebrew and English Lexicon of the Old Testament interprets ‘ul’ as meaning “to be in front,” from which came ‘ayil’, “ram” the one in front of the flock, and ‘elah’, “the prominent.”


5.       Strong’s Hebrew: #410 'elowahh (el‑o'‑ah; rarely (shortened) 'eloahh (el‑o'‑ah); probably prolonged (emphat.) from 410; a deity or the Deity:KJV‑‑God, god. See 430.


4.   Why not call the Creator plainly as Ha-Shem  or Adonai ?

The root words of these are idolatrous, to wit: 'Shem' - from the root word 'Shemiramis' the Babylonian goddess 'Adonai - from the root word 'Adonis' - the ancient Phoenician-Greek idol of male fertility, notorious for phallic worship.

Check for yourselves! You must really know who you worship and call upon with your mouths. What you say is what you get! Remember that Shemiramis is the mother-wife of Tammuz in Babylonian-Assyrian mythology and primitive, pagan cults.

In ancient pagan communities, sun worship was very prevalent. And 'Shem-esh' was the idol which represented the sun. YÁOHU UL seriously forbids the worship of the sun, the moon and the stars, in KOZOQIÚL (Ezekiel) 8:16-18, Tanakh or Hebrew Holy Scriptures (Biblia Hebraica). We must worship the True Eternal Creator, and not His mere creatures nor creation, no matter how alluring they may seem to be. Neither should anyone worship nature itself.

Has it not been prophesied in the Holy Scriptures that, in the last days, people will base their faith on myths and doctrines of demons? Watch out for ha-satan is the 'god' of this world and he is the deceiver of mankind. He has to deceive in order to be worshiped, for how else could he cunningly get people to worship him? Only by deception!

a.       Why did these scribes replace the Tetragram with ha-Shem and Adonai?


In their Talmud they ordered the reader to refrain from pronouncing the SHUAM (Name) and to say Adonai instead. Their command was for the Name to be hidden and to be kept secret especially to the gentiles. It seems that the priests where accustomed to pronounce the Name in the Temple but kept it secret outside the Temple. The high priest regularly called out the TETRAGRAM on the Day of Atonement but after the death of Simeon the Just in +/- 290 BC, they ceased to do it. When our Messiah came He used the Father’s Name often for example LUK 4:18 . "The spirit of YAOHU (YHVH) is upon me" as He quoted Yaoshua-YAOHU (Isaiah) 61. It was said that He spoke with much authority i.e. using the TETRAGRAM. With the destruction of the second temple in 70 AD the verbal use of the TETRAGRAM finally and completely ceased in the temple. Although the Name was retained in the scriptures it was verbally substituted with Adonai. Subsequently even Adonai was replaced by HA-SHEM (THE NAME) We know that this was done for the YAOHU-dim (Jews) fear of profaning THE NAME, although we know that using THE NAME and calling on THE NAME is absolutely scriptural. More precisely the avoidance of THE NAME was caused by a misunderstanding of the 3rd commandment that really means you shall not bring THE NAME to naught.



5.    Why not call the Creator plainly as JEHOVAH ?


If it were so, then the Messiah, Who came in His Father's Name, as the Holy Scriptures say, will have to be called 'JEHOSHUA.' But there is no letter 'J' in either the Hebrew, Latin and Greek languages!  The Letter “J” was only invented and used 500 years ago and probably used by Martin Luther in his translation of the Bible to the German Language. This cannot be the original Name of the Messiah! Besides, if it were 'Jehovah,' then the prophets' names in the Holy Scriptures should have been translated as follows:



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would have been translated


by its translators, assuming their methods were reliable.

Not only are they cacophonous (unpleasant to hear) for the YAOHU-di (Jewish) people to listen to, but also, they are impossible words in the Hebrew language, again, because there is no letter 'J' in this heavenly language!

The word 'jehovah' was concocted or invented long ago by transposing the vowels of the word 'adonai' into the 'YHVH' - the tetragramma. In ancient Phoenician-Babylonian cultic communities, the idol 'Adonis' was most popular among the pagan masses, and it was from the name of this idol that the word 'Adonai' was taken from. The vowels of the word 'Adonai' were transposed into the tetragramma (YHVH) and the resultant word was 'jehovah.' Even the word 'Adonai' was not in the original Hebrew Holy Scriptures (Tanakh). This was also an adulteration, an addition.

A clear example of the method that was used in adulterating the tetragramma is this: say you have the word 'germany' and among the consonants of this word, you transpose the vowel sounds of another word, say 'uruguay' and you will have the new word: 'gurmunuay'! Silly isn't it? The same way, that's how silly the concocted word 'jehovah' is!

The real meaning of the word 'yehovah' is destruction, desolation, perdition (remember there is no letter 'j' in Hebrew, both archaic and modern). A simple research into the meanings and etymologies of these words will clearly reveal this.

The latinized word 'jehovah' is nothing but a fiction of man's devices and sleight, and truly not the original name of our unique Creator, YÁOHU UL. The reason for the adulteration? Presumably so that the heathen may not blaspheme the original Name of the Most High, YÁOHU UL.

The Encyclopedia Judaica, Volume 7, page 680 says…

…When Christian scholars of Europe first began to study Hebrew, they did not understand what this really meant, and they introduced the hybrid name "Jehovah.''

Galatinus, Petrus,  Born Pietro Columna Galatinus (1460-1540 CE). He was an Italian theologian and Christian Qabbalist. Galatinus was confessor to Pope Leo X. He was a Franciscan friar. Galatinus is well known for a writing in 1518, titled De Arcanis Catholicae Vertatis (Universal Truths), which dealt with Christian mysticism and Qabbalah, which inspired many Christian Qabbalists. In that work, he is credited with being the first to use the mistaken spelling of “Jehovah.”  This work was published by Gershom Soncino.



6.       Why not call the Creator plainly as DIOS, DYEUS, THEOS, DEUS ?


The words ‘DIOS, Dios, Dio, Deiwos, Dyeus, Deus, Theos, josh and zeus all refer to the same unseen spirit-being, in the supernatural realm, that is regardless of spelling, since the sounds produced call on the same idol spirit-being.  Please see the Catholic Encyclopedia about the “Etymology of the word GOD” where the proper names of pagan deities were mentioned.

The root-meaning of the name (from Gothic root gheu; Sanskrit hub or emu, "to invoke or to sacrifice to") is either "the one invoked" or "the one sacrificed to." From different Indo-Germanic roots (div, "to shine" or "give light"; thes in thessasthai "to implore") come the Indo-Iranian deva, Sanskrit dyaus (gen. divas), Latin deus, Greek theos, Irish and Gaelic dia, all of which are generic names; also Greek Zeus (gen. Dios, Latin Jupiter (jovpater), Old Teutonic Tiu or Tiw (surviving in Tuesday), Latin Janus, Diana, and other proper names of pagan deities. The common name most widely used in Semitic occurs as 'el in Hebrew, 'ilu in Babylonian, 'ilah in Arabic, etc.; and though scholars are not agreed on the point, the root-meaning most probably is "the strong or mighty one."

Like the Indo-Iranian deva where the name ‘devil’ came from and Greek Zeus (gen. Dios, Latin Jupiter (jovpater) means Dios is ZEUS, the God the Father of the Greece.  The name DIOS is the translation of the word GOD in Philippine  (Filipino) Language.  Filipinos and Espanol are always invoking the name of Zeus in all their prayers. These names are equivalent to the other names of pagan deities like “Janus’, ‘Diana”, etc.


7.  Is it enough to call on the Creator as 'Our Father or Our Heavenly Father only?


No, It’s not correct. The word Father or Heavenly Father are just titles in different languages with different religion.  Because they are many false creators named and called upon after these titles, .we need to discuss their sources in Wiki –Encyclopedia and other books.



The most ancient name of the sky god is the word "Deiwos" later on becoming "Deus" in Latin, "Div" in Iranian, "Deva" in Sanskrit, Dyaus Pitar, etc. The development of the Indo-European pantheon of gods have a common origin for the supreme power, Zeus for Greeks, Jupiter (Jove) for Latins, Dyaus for the Vedic tribes.  

FROM ZEUS-PATER TO JU-PITER: The name Zeus-Dyaus or Deus was not only used in Pre-Hellenic Greece, but as far away as Iran and India, to describe the sky god and father of immortality. Referred to by name in myths and strange rumors, no public temple was officially designated to his worship in Athens until about 600 B.C. 

When the Hebrew tribes finally arrived on the scene, the universal name Zeus-Dyaus was shortened without difficulty into Ju-daea or Ju-da. While there is no "J" letter in the Hebrew alphabet, the Romans effortlessly transformed
Zeus into their Latin "Ju," and Pater into "Piter." The name "Deus" (or Dios) is still used to describe God in modern New Testament translations to German, Spanish, Italian, and other European languages. But since the rise of the Ottoman Empire, there has been an aggressive campaign to dissociate Judaic and Christian cultures from Hellenistic influences.

According to the Book of Introduction to Zoroastrianism under Evil gods and demons  stated that   daêwas” related to deiwos are demons:   

The agents of the Evil Spirit are the old (Indo-Iranian) gods, the daêwas, or demons (OPers. daiva, OInd. deva).  These are the old Indo-Iranian (and Indo-European) celestial gods, who were demoted in Iran, where they were assigned to the world governed by the Lie.  In the myth, their demotion was caused by their making the wrong choices.1[30]


Dyaus Pita


In vedic religion, Dyaus Pita is the Sky Father, husband of Prthivi and father of Agni and Indra (RV 4.17.4).


His origins can be traced to the Indo-European sky god *Dyeus, who is also reflected as Zeus in Greek mythology, Jupiter (from Latin Iove pater, "father-god") in Roman mythology, Div in Slavic mythology and Tyr in Norse mythology.


Sharing a fate similar to nordic Tyr's, already in the Rig Veda, Dyaus Pita is all but featureless, appearing in hymns 1.89, 1.90, 1.164, 1.191 and 4.1 in simple invocations.


In RV 1.89.4b, Pita Dyaus "Father Sky" appears alongside Mata Prthivi "Mother Earth".


Details of the myth are sketchy, but Indra seems to have killed his father (RV 4.18.12). Thomas Oberlies tentatively identifies Asura and Dyaus in pre-vedic religion (both appear as Indra's father, but Asura is never associated with Prthivi, so there is a possibility of two conflicting myths).


Sky father


The sky father is a recurring theme in pagan and neopagan mythology. The sky father is the complement of the earth mother and appears in some creation myths, many of which are European or ancient Near Eastern. Other cultures have quite different myths; Egyptian mythology features a sky mother and an earthly dying and reviving god of vegetation. Shinto gives precedence to a sun goddess. A sky father also relates to a solar deity, a god identified with the sun.


In Maori mythology, Ranginui was the sky father. In this story, the sky father and earth mother Papatuanuku, embraced and had divine children.


In China, the Abrahamic god is sometimes called the Sky Father or Heavenly Father.




English Meaning


Dyaus pitar

Sky Father,

Indo-European *

Dyeus Phter

sky/god the father


Tyr fater

God the Father

Roman - Latin

Iove pater, Iuppiter



Diespiter and Iovis pater)

God the Father


Dius Fidius

God the Father


Zeus Pitar

Sky God or God the Father


Zeus Pitar / Jupiter/ Dyeus Pitar

DIOS AMA (Mother)


The Catholic Encyclopedia described that    Ama (Or Amma.)  is a Semitic term meaning mother, adopted by the Copts and the Greeks as a title of honour applied to religious and ladies of high rank. In Coptic inscriptions, according to Leclercq, it is given to both of these categories of personages. The Greeks seem to have used it generally in the same sense as the Latin abbatissa or abbess.


When we pray,  the Messiah said “


Manaim –YAOHU (Matthew) 6:9  After this manner therefore pray ye. YÁOHU ABí (Our Father) who art in heaven, sanctified  be thy name.


Call unto His original SHUAM (name) and YÁOHU Abí will answer you. BE HOL SHUAM (in the name) ODMORUL (Ruler of Rulers), MOLKHIUL (King of Kings) YAOHUSHUA hol-MEHUSHKHAY. AMNAO.


The Strong and Gesenius Hebrew Lexicon Dictionaries warned everyone that they should not call upon or even mention the  sound and word Fater, Phter, Piter, Pitar, Pitrah, peter, peh'-ter, or pitrah {pit-raw'} in their worship and prayers?. 


  6363 peter peh'-ter or pitrah {pit-raw'}; from 6362; a fissure, i.e. (concretely) firstling (as opening the matrix):--firstling, openeth, such as open.   (Exodus 13:12)


BECAUSE the Hebrew sounds and words peter peh'-ter or pitrah {pit-raw'}; means “FEMALE SEX ORGAN”.  What a blasphemy!   The Heathen Babylon and Roman Empire  had been calling and praying above to the female sex organ. They had been mentioning the names of Jupiter, Dieuspiter, Zeus Pater = All means “God the Father”. Ha-Satan is also called “Father” in YAOHU-khanam (John) 8:44.   


Call and Pray  ONLY to the Father’s Name YAOHU ABIHUL HODSHUA  THE ORIGINAL NAME is the BEST!


8.    Why is the Creator's real Name not 'Yahweh' as many religious people have been led to believe?

To call the Creator 'Yahweh' will not be in harmony with other scriptural evidences, especially taking into account that the Jewish people are called 'YAOHÚ-dim' (misspelled by Jewish scribes as "Yehudim" to not say YAOHÚ ) - being the people who are called by His Name. Meaning that this group of chosen people, as a whole, bears the magnificent Name of the Creator, as revealed in the Holy Scriptures.

If the Maker's Name were 'Yahweh' - as many erroneously presume It to be, then the people who are called by His Name will have to be referred to as 'Yahwehdim' - which is untrue and cacophonous, aside from being contrary to facts currently observable. In the racial name of this chosen people, in their own native language, the true Creator's Name is easily discernible, when religious traditions and misconceptions are deleted from one's mind, in order to accurately pinpoint the true Name of our Creator, thus knowing Who the authentic Person is behind that genuine Name

Why do most use the transliteration YAHWEH?


Not to be critical, but ultimately this is because the Jewish Encyclopedia endorses this pronunciation. Remember, our brothers in Rabbinical Judaism subscribe to the teachings of the TALMUD, and this prohibits the utterance of the Name. The orthodox YAOHUDIM (Jews) will let the information only go so far; "YAHWEH" is as close as they want anyone to really get.


9.  Is it correct to call on the Creator as 'Allah'?


No, it's absolutely wrong. The word 'allah' refers to the Arabian moon idol in the ancient Middle East. That's why it's not surprising to discern the occult meanings of the quarter moon symbol with the star used by those who call on this Arabian moon idol.


To say "Allah" is the same as saying "God" just the same as if one said "Gott" in German, or in French "dieu", in Italian "dio," in Spanish "Dios," in Portuguese "Deus," in Farsi "Khuda," in Hebrew "Eloah," in Aramaic "Alah," and yes in Arabic "Allah.” The myth that "Allah" is some "other" god, is a myth of the Catholic crusaders dating back to the middle ages. This myth is based in religious and ethnic hatred, and not one iota of fact.


10.     And MANY More HEATHEN GODS and IDOLS.


Do not mention their names in worship and prayers for they are abominable to YAOHU Ulhim.  Example of these occultic Christian terms are AMEN – (god of Egypt),  MARIA (Mother of Zeus – RHEA)., 


To summarize up to this point :


Always check it out! You'll avoid the subtle traps and hidden deceptions of the enemy. Don't just go along with the crowd. Wide is the way that leads to destruction and many go thereat! Even birds first examine anything for possible food, before picking and swallowing, and surely you are wiser than birds. Be truly wise. So check them out before you acknowledge and receive God, god, gott, jehovah, Yahweh, LORD, lord, adon, Baal, shemiramis, el, elohim. Allah, panginoon and so on. It's your eternal soul at risk!


To the true, chosen, elect and faithful ones, no evidence is necessary; but to those who refuse to believe, no evidence is enough! There are none so blind as those who decide not to see! The Tanakh or Hebrew Scriptures clearly point to YAOHÚSHUA hol-MEHUSHKHÁY as the promised Messiah! But you belong to the chosen generation, a royal priesthood, a holy nation! So now you believe!

Sincere, maybe, but sincerely mistaken! It's not surprising if many truly sincere souls are now languishing in 'sheol' (or hell) for lack of knowledge then. 'My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge!' - Hosea 4:6, Hebrew Holy Scriptures.

In His foreknowledge, YÁOHU UL had foreseen that His Name will be blasphemed by some evil men, and that was the reason why He prescribed a severe penalty for anyone blaspheming, mocking or insulting His Most Awesome Name, YÁOHU UL:


'And whoever blasphemes the Name of YÁOHU UL shall surely be put to death, and all the congregation shall certainly stone him, the stranger as well as him who is born in the land. When he blasphemes the Name of YÁOHU, he shall be put to death!' - Leviticus 24:16, Tanakh.

As far as YÁOHU UL is concerned, that is enough deterrent for all against committing such a crime. No need to devise substitutions of names to add to what YÁOHU UL has deemed sufficient.

Presumptuous ways and ideas to help our Most High in administering His Kingdom often lead to confusion. The revealed words of YÁOHU UL are sufficient to run his government with justice and righteousness! No need for man's innovative alterations! Do not add to nor subtract from what were originally written in the Holy Scriptures, much more alter, erase, delete or rename! You now decide which is truly blasphemous in YÁOHU UL's sight.

So let us now get back to using His original Name in true solemnity and with utmost reverence!

The mere fact that this tetragramma was written more than 6,000 times in the Hebrew Scriptures or Tanakh implies that the Most High - YÁOHU UL - has deemed it proper that those who read the Holy Scriptures will always refer to Him by His one and only Name, thereby acknowledging Him as the Person behind the Holy Scriptures or the Book! This is My Name forever by which I am to be remembered from generation to generation - YÁOHU UL!  Just as the gift without the giver is bare, so are the Holy Scriptures without the Resource Person behind it!

What does it profit anyone if he gains the whole world but suffers the loss of his own soul? What does it profit anyone if he wins out every argument and debate but suffers eternal perdition and torment? The way to heaven is not by winning out in arguments and debates. The only way is YAOHÚSHUA.

Let's now put back the true Author, YÁOHU UL, back to where He properly and rightfully belongs in the Tanakh or the Holy Scriptures! Am-nów!


 Napakarami raw pangalan ang Makapangyarihang Maykapal.  Kaya tinawag na lang ito nang nakararami sa iisang katawagan


Sino Sila? Saan ito Nagmula?

 Napakaraming katwiran ang dinadahilan ng mga paganong kristiano tulad ng paulit-ulit na tanong “Di ba lahat naman ng uri ng relihiyon, pagsamba at panalangin ay papunta lahat sa kanya sa itaas kahi’t anong pangalan? Di ba iisa lang ang Maykapal at Makapangyarihan sa Langit at lupa?  Ang mga katwirang ito ay HINDI inaayunan ng Biblia at ni YAOHU (HWHY) ULHIM ang totoong Makapangyarihang Maykapal ng Israel (Hebrew)! Mula’t mula pa noong sinaunang panahon ang lahat ay may kanya-kanyang katawagan na pangalan ng kani-kanilang mga dios (idolo) sa iba’t ibang lugar ayon sa Mikas 4:5 Sapagka’t ang lahat na bayan ay magsisilakad bawa't isa sa pangalan ng kanikaniyang dios: at tayo'y magsisilakad sa pangalan ng YAOHU nating Ulhim magpakailan kailan man. Pinatunayan rin ni Shaul  sa I Corinto 8:5 Sapagka't bagama't mayroong mga tinatawag na mga dios, maging sa langit o maging sa lupa; gaya nang may maraming mga dios at maraming mga panginoon;


Paano ba tinatawag ng bawa’t tao o relihiyon ang kanilang makapangyarihang noong hindi pa nalikha at ginagamit ang mga wikang English, Tagalog o Español? Kaya wala pa ang katagang LORD, GOD, PANGINOON, DIOS!

Noong wala pa nga ang mga wikang English, Español at Tagalog, ang bawa’t lugar, kultura at relihiyon sa mundo ay mayroon ng kanya-kanyang katawagan o pangalan sa kani-kanilang makapangyarihan (huwad na maykapal) dios na pinaniniwalaan na nakatira sa langit.  Halimbawa:

Ang makapangyarihan sa (dios ng mga) Akkadian ay si Marduk;

Ang makapangyarihan sa (dios ng mga) Ammonite ay si Moloch;

Ang makapangyarihan sa (dios ng mga) Canaanites ay si EL;

Ang makapangyarihan sa (dios ng mga) Sanskrits ay si Dyaus

Ang makapangyarihan sa (dios ng mga) Egipto  ay si Ammon;

Ang makapangyarihan sa (dios ng mga) Hindu ay si Pramatra;

Ang makapangyarihan sa (dios ng mga) Moabite ay is Baal-peor;

Ang makapangyarihan sa (dios ng mga) Philistia ay si Baalzebub

Ang makapangyarihan sa Babilonia ay si Bel-Merodach;

Ang makapangyarihan sa (dios ng mga) Judaism ay si  Adonai;

Ang makapangyarihan sa (dios ng mga) Griego  ay si Zeus;

Ang makapangyarihan sa (dios ng mga) Romano ay si Jupiter;

Ang makapangyarihan sa (dios ng mga) Arabic/Muslim ay si Allah;

Ang makapangyarihan sa (dios ng mga) Aleman ay si Gott;

Hanggang lumabas na ang bago at iba’t ibang wika at paraan ng pagsulat tulad ng Instik, English,  Español at Pilipino.  Kaya  

Ang makapangyarihan sa (dios ng mga) Buddist ay si Budha;

Ang makapangyarihan sa (dios ng mga) Pilipino ay si Bathala

Ang makapangyarihan sa Danish, Norwegian at Swedish ay Gudd;

Ang makapangyarihan sa English at Amerikano ay GOD;

Ang makapangyarihan sa (dios ng mga) Portuguese ay Deus;

Ang makapangyarihan sa (dios ng mga) French ay Dieu;

Ang makapangyarihan sa (dios ng mga) Italyano ay Dio;

Ang makapangyarihan sa (dios ng mga) Scotch at Iris ay Dia;

Ang makapangyarihan sa (dios ng mga) Welsh ay Dew;

Ang makapangyarihan sa (dios ng mga) Español ay Dios; Kaya 

Ang pinaka- makapangyarihan sa (dios ng mga) Kristiyano ay si…

Panginoong  DIOS, Lord GOD ?!

O Baka naman ang pangalan ng kanilang dios (god) ay:

Ang Makapangyarihan sa (dios ng mga) Yahwist na si Yahweh; o

Ang Makapangyarihan sa Jehovah Witnesses na si Jehova;  o

Ang Makapangyarihan sa mga El Shaddai, El Shalom;

Pero sigurado ang makapangyarihan sa (dios ng mga) maraming mga Kristiyano ay si Panginoong DIOS o Lord GOD!

Dahil laging mong maririnig silang bumabanggit ng ‘praise god’, ‘praise the lord’, ‘purihn ang dios’, ‘purihin ang panginoon’.  Halata Ba? Sila ba ang ating tinutumbok?  Tiyak ko lahat ng relihiyon ay tumatawag na sa mga katagang ito.

Kakaiba di ba? Lahat ng paganong relihiyon at pananampalataya ay may tiyak at sariling pangalan ang kanilang sinasamba. Subali’t ang karamihang Kristiyano ay basta na lang tumatawag sa  Panginoon  DIOS o Lord GOD,  na di man lang nila nakikilala o nababanggit ang kanyang totoong Ngalan. Dahil hindi nila nalalaman ang bigkas nito, kinasanayan tuloy nila na tumawag na gamit na lamang ang pangalan ng mga idolo na hiniram mula sa mga paganong relihiyon at dios na nabanggit sa itaas.


Magsimula tayo sa Katolikong (English) Encyclopedia na may imprimatur ni Archbishop Rev. John M. Farlen, ang unang relihiyon sa Pilipinas na kinaringgan ng mga pangalan nito. Ayon sa matatalinong iskolar at tagasaliksik  ang: 

Etymology  of  the  Word  "God"


(Anglo-Saxon “God”; German “Gott; akin to Persian “khoda; Hindu “khooda).  God can variously be defined as:


·         the proper name of the one Supreme and Infinite Personal Being, the Creator and Ruler of the universe, to whom man owes obedience and worship;

·         the common or generic name of the several supposed beings to whom, in polytheistic religions, Divine attributes are ascribed and Divine worship rendered;

·         the name sometimes applied to an idol as the image or dwelling-place of a god.


The root-meaning of the name (from Gothic root gheu; Sanskrit hub or emu, "to invoke or to sacrifice to") is either "the one invoked" or "the one sacrificed to." From different Indo-Germanic roots (div, "to shine" or "give light"; thes in thessasthai "to implore") come the Indo-Iranian deva, Sanskrit dyaus (gen. divas), Latin deus, Greek theos, Irish and Gaelic dia, all of which are generic names; also Greek Zeus (gen. Dios, Latin Jupiter (jovpater), Old Teutonic Tiu or Tiw (surviving in Tuesday), Latin Janus, Diana, and other proper names of pagan deities. The common name most widely used in Semitic occurs as 'el in Hebrew, 'ilu in Babylonian, 'ilah in Arabic, etc.; and though scholars are not agreed on the point, the root-meaning most probably is "the strong or mighty one."


and Webster's 1913 Dictionary for “Diety”


\De"i*ty\, n.; pl. {Deities}. [OE. deite, F. d['e]it['e], fr. L. deitas, fr. deus a god; akin to divus divine, Jupiter, gen. Jovis, Jupiter, dies day, Gr. di^os divine, Zey`s, gen. Dio`s, Zeus, Skr. d[=e]va divine, as a noun, god, daiva divine, dy[=o] sky, day, hence, the sky personified as a god, and to the first syllable of E. Tuesday, Gael. & Ir. dia God, W. duw. Cf. {Divine}, {Journey}, {Journal}, {Tuesday}.]

Kung mamasdan nating mabuti ang mga kahulugan gamit ang mga dictionary at encyclopedia sa itaas, madali natin makikita na ang mga salitang “God, god, Gott, Khuda, Diety, Divine, Dyeus, Deus, di^os, Dio’s, Dios, el, ilah, Zeus, Theos, Jupiter, Zey’s, Deva, Daiva, Div, Dies, Tiu, Tiw, Janus, Diana, pagan dieties ay MAGKAKAHULUGAN at ibinilang na mga paganong dios sa iba’t ibang lugar o kultura.  Bigyan nating puna ang mga iilan dito.
Ang Katawagang ‘GOD’


Ang English ng salitang ‘GOD’ o ‘god’ kasama na dito ang ‘Diety o Divine’ ay ginagamit na mga dios ng mga Kristianong Romano, protestante at ibang relihiyon sa iba’t ibang panig ng mundo. Ayon sa mga magagaling na linguist, tagasaliksik (researchers), encyclopedia at mga dictionaries, ang isa sa pinagkunan ng salitang ‘GOD’ o ‘'god' ay ang salitang 'KHUDA'– na isang sinaunang idolo (bungong sinasamba) ng mga   Persians at Babylonians. Ang katulad nito ay gaya ng  katawagan ng mga Aleman (German) sa kanilang dios na “Gott” hanggang sa ngayon na makikita sa Banal na Kasulatan ang  'gol-GOT-tha' – (Mateo 27:33) na ang ibig sabihin ay ' ang  dako ng bungo (place of the skull).'  Ang salitang 'got' (simbolo ng kamatayan) ay tumutukoy sa matigas na bahagi ng ulo na tumatakip sa utak ng tao na kadalasang ginagamit ng mga nakikipag-usap sa mga masasamang espiritu at ng mga mangkukulam! Kung ang isang tao ay nanalangin sa 'god' o ‘GOD’ – alam n’yo na kung kanino tumatawag at nakikipag-usap.


Ang Katawagang ‘Dyēus’ at “Diety’

Kalakip ng mga kahulugan sa itaas, ang katawagang Dyēus at salitang ‘Diety’ ay binuo at pangunahing makapangyarihang idolo ng Proto-Indo-European pantheon (o alamat). Ito ay makapangyarihang idolo ng  “liwanag ng langit” (daylit sky) at ang kanyang kapangyarihan ay sumasalamin sa kapangyarihan ng isang ama o hari sa lipunan. Kaya ang Dyēus ay tinatawag ng Dyeu Phter, pangkaraniwang kahulugan ay ‘amang sumasalangit’ o ‘dios ama’ ( Sky  o  Heavenly Father). Bilang Dios Ama (Latin Jupiter (jovpater)), siya ay may asawa na si Pltvi Mhter, “Ina ng Lupa" (Earth Mother).

Kalaunan ang mga katawagang Dyēus (DIOS, DEUS, ZEUS) ay pinalaganap ng mga Romano-Griego-Latin kung saan nag- ugat  at  naugnay  ang  mga  pangalan at katawagang gaya  ng mga sumusunod (reference: Encylopedias):


·       Griegong Zeus Pater (o Dias)  - Zeus Kroniōn (Lahi o anak ni Cronus), or simpleng Zeús o Zdeús (Greek Ζεύς) or Dias (Greek Δίας) ("Dios na Hari) ang pinuno at ama ng mga dios, dios sa langit at kulog ng Griegong Mitolohiya.

·       Romanong Jupiter ( Jovis Pater o "Father Jove")  o Dios Ama (ang hugis ‘v’ ng Romano ay katumbas ng letrang ‘u” gaya ng ‘Iesvs’, ‘Romvlos’ binibigkas na ‘u’)

·       Lating Deus–(deus pater sa Vulgate, Judas 1:1 “Dios Ama”)

Sa mga pangalan ng idolong ito kumalat ang katawagang  ‘dios ama’, ‘Amang Dios’, ‘Zeus Ama’, ‘Jovis Ama’, ‘Father God’, ‘God the Father’, ‘Papa’, ‘Padre’, na pinalaganap ng mga Romano-Latin–Griego sa ngalang Zeus (bigkas: ‘dyzooce’) – (gen. Dios, Latin Jupiter (jovpater) ) dios ama ng mga dios ng mga Griego, kung saan nagmula ang tawag na ‘Theos  (bigkas ‘deus = God) kung saan hinango ang “theology”, “theocracy”, ‘Theophilus”.

Ano naman ang Katawagang Panginoon o LORD?

Ayon sa Hosea 2:16-17 At mangyayari sa araw na yaon, sabi ng HWHY (hindi Panginoon), na tatawagin mo akong Ishi, at hindi mo na ako tatawaging Baali. Sapagka't aking aalisin ang mga pangalan ng mga Baal sa kaniyang bibig, at siya'y hindi na babanggitin pa sa pamamagitan ng kanilang pangalan.

Ayon sa  Strong’s  Hebrew  Dictionary  ang  salitang  Baalim ” ay :

SH#1168 ba’al, bah’al; the same as 1167; Baal, a Phoenician deity:-Baal, (plur.) Baalim . Sa SH#1167 isa sa kahulugan ng Baal ay “LORD” o “Panginoon”.  Sa footnote ng Scoffield Bible at King James Bible  ang kahulugan ng salitang ‘Baalim’ ay  ‘Aking Panginoon’ o ‘ my LORD’. Halimbawa nito ay ang Baal-Zebub = Lord (of the) Fly (SH#954 Beelzeboul, beh-el-zeb-ool’; of Chald. Or. ..; dung-god; Beelzebul, a name of Satan: - Beelzebub.)


Kung ang bawa’t kahulugan sa itaas ay ating pagsasamahin, SINO ang laging TINATAWAG, SINASAMBA, PINAPAPAPURIHAN ng mga Kristiano at mga paganong relihiyon?  Walang iba kundi ang DIOS na tinatawag nating malaki, makulog at matandang boses na walang iba kundi si ZEUS o JUPITER ng mga Griego at Romano o Dyeus ng mga Persia at Babylonia na ‘KHUDA’ (‘Bungo’). Ang Panginoon = PANGINOON =BAAL naman ang araw-araw na pinapahayag hanggang sa araw ng paghuhukom (Mateo 7:21-22).

KAYA KAIBIGAN! ITIGIL NA ANG PAGSAMBIT NG ! Purihin ang PANGINOON / Praise the LORD (= Purihin si / Praise BAAL!); Purihin ang  DIOS (=Purihin si ZEUS,  JUPITER, DYEUS, DIV!); Praise GOD (= KHUDA  and  GOTT– The Ancient Skull (Bungo))!

Halos 99% ng salin ng Biblia ay binago ang NGALAN ng TOTOONG MAYKAPAL na si HWHY (tamang bigkas Yaw-Hoo‘ ayon sa Brown Brigg’s and Strong’s Hebrews Lexicon Dictionaries). Ang Tetragrammaton na ito ay naisulat ng 6,823 beses sa mga naunang Kasulatan na PINALITAN ng mga Eskriba (Jeremias 8:8) at Tagasalin ng Biblia ng mga titulong Adonai, Ha-Shem, Elohim, Kurios, Theos at Dios, DIOS,  God,  GOD, Panginoon, Lord, LORD na napag-aralan natin na katawagang nagmula sa mga  idolo (dios) ng mga pagano na sina Baal, Zeus, Jupiter, Dyeus, Deva o Div (kung saan nagmula ang tawag na ‘devil’ sa English). Naging kaugalian na ang pagtawag dito ng mga Romano (Latin), Griego,  English, Español  hanggang ang mga Pilipino ay tumatawag na rin ng DIOS o GOD at hindi na ang tagalog na ‘BATHALA’ (sky god).

Kamatayan at buhay ay nasa kapangyarihan ng dila; at ang nagsisiibig sa kaniya ay magsisikain ng kaniyang bunga. (Kawikaan 18:21) Kaya MAHIGPIT na ipinagbabawal sa Biblia na banggitin man lamang ang pangalan ng mga huwad na maykapal (o 'lo-ulhim') sa ating mga labi; unawain po natin ang- Exodo 23:13 'Pakatiyakin mong tuparin ang lahat ng mga tuntuning ito; at pakatatandaan mo, huwag mong babanggitin ang pangalan ng  anomang idolo sa iyong mga labi!'  at Exodo 34:14  'Huwag kayong sasamba sa ibang mga idolo o huwad na maykapal. Sapagkat si YAOHU (HWHY) na inyong UL (o Maykapal), na ang Kanyang Pangalan ay 'YAOHU-QAN-AO' ay Mapanibughuing UL' . BAKIT? Dahil ang huwad na maykapal (o 'lo-ulhim' ) sa likod nito ay ang Satanas/Satyr/Diablo na dios ng sanglibutan (I Corinto 4:4) 

YAOHÚSHUA (‘yaw-hoo-shua’) - ang iisa, wagas, totoo, orihinal at tunay na Pangalan ng Hebreong Messias ng Israel! Ang MANUNUBOS!