Monday, 25 January 2021
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Hello!
I have seen that the name of black lodge "boss" is written as Jahve, other times I have seen it written as Javhe.
Which one is correct?
Also I understand that Jehova is god's name in Jewish scriptures (Jewish bible?), which was written mistakenly (on purpose) as Jahve. Is that correct?
If there is no difference between Javhe and Jahve why is it written differently? Here (https://glorian.org/books/the-revolution-of-beelzebub/beelzebub-and-his-revolution) we see it is written as Javhe. Doing simple google search as "Javhe" does not find any "normal" results, but doing search as "Jahve" found a lot of "normal" results (such as depiction him in Jewish texts, as Jehova). Could this be a typo?
Thanks!
1 year ago
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#23948
Accepted Answer
The English transliteration (Jahve or Javhe) from the Hebrew Iod-Hei-Vau-Hei does not matter. Either way is pronounced more or less the same.

Yahweh or Jahve is an adulteration of יהוה Jehovah, Iod-Chavah. This was an intentional move from the black lodge to confuse people and to help humanity collectively worship an archdemon.

For thirty years I sought God. But when I looked carefully I found that in reality God was the seeker and I the sought. -Bayazid al-Bastami

1 year ago
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#23948
Accepted Answer
The English transliteration (Jahve or Javhe) from the Hebrew Iod-Hei-Vau-Hei does not matter. Either way is pronounced more or less the same.

Yahweh or Jahve is an adulteration of יהוה Jehovah, Iod-Chavah. This was an intentional move from the black lodge to confuse people and to help humanity collectively worship an archdemon.

For thirty years I sought God. But when I looked carefully I found that in reality God was the seeker and I the sought. -Bayazid al-Bastami

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