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These strange symbols pronounced 'Yod' 'Heh' 'Vav' 'Heh' represent God's name. Each row shows how the name has been represented through the ages in the Hebrew language. The symbols are known as the Tetragrammaton, which is a Greek word (τετραγράμματον) and mean the four letters.

The name of God appears in the original Hebrew language of the Old Testament, about seven thousand times. It also appears one thousand times in the New Testament. Despite this, there is not a single mention of the name in modern translations of the Bible. Why is that?

For more than two thousand years Bible scholars have struggled with the name of God because they did not know how to pronounce it.

Some say; "LORD," while others say, "GOD." Those are Titles of the Divine, but they are not his name. Is it Jehovah? No, it is not. What about Yahweh? That is also not his name. You are about to find out for the first time and the name of God follows after the image.

The name of God represented by the symbols in the image is pronounced:

Yêυêh

Click the following sound file to hear how the Divine name is pronounced.

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The rest of the world may struggle with knowing the true name of God. The Hebrews on the other hand, have always known the name of the Divine.  Get your copy of the book and read how the Hebrews have preserved the Divine name to this present day.  Read the amazing story of the true descendants of the ancient Israelites who fled to Africa following the Babylonian conqest of their land and how they have survived in Africa to this present day and preserved their ancient customs and the Divine name. 

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