From my book, "Black skin royal identity" I have determined that the name of our God is hidden in code and many other things also. https://www.createspace.com/7117579
EXTRACT, The words, “AND”, GOD AND LORD
The word "and" in the Bible can be read as, "and, even or also". Sometimes the word "and" will make no sense until you realise that sometimes it should have been translated as "even" but was left encoded. Once you realise this simple trick being used by the translators, a greater portion of the Bible makes sense immediately. Incidentally, I still believe that the "King James Authorised 1611" version is still the best English version available today.
The other trick used to throw us off track was to encode the name of the Hebrew people's deity, such that it is hidden in plain sight. The two words used to describe our deity most frequently are: Lord and God. Sometimes it’s even used together as "Lord God". Neither of these are proper names, but they were introduced by the encoders who explain, "Because His name is so holy, wherever it appears, we will replace it with the words Lord or God to maintain its reverence".
The problem with this approach is that over time we have forgotten how to call out Deity by His name and the designation used by the translators has stuck, but can be applied to any "lord" or "god" and this has become the problem when challenged by other religions.
Muslims will often say to a Christian, "You believe in God, I believe in God, we believe in the same god, Yes?" To which I respond with an emphatic, "No!" Being surprised, they question further, and I will then say? "We do not believe in the same God. You believe in Allah, and I believe in Elohim (The Hebrew formal name for their God). Do you serve Elohim or Allah? Inevitably they will say, "Allah!". But when the word, "god" is used, it muddies the waters of understanding and many believers will easily say, "We all believe in one god don't we?" and proceed to equate Elohim with Buddha, Krishna, or Allah.
Do you see how that works? If you don't know the name of the deity (god) you worship, anyone can persuade you that you serve the same God and seek to indoctrinate you in their ways. However the God of the Hebrews is called Elohim when you address Him formally and Yah when you address Him informationrmally.
Look at the term God, once again, there are many "gods" but the name of our God is Elohim. This term distinguishes Him as His Royal majesty and the one and only of His Kind. It also identifies that, "Elohim and Yah" (I explain shortly) are one and the same (which we shall go on to prove later).
Having said that, He is also Lord. But you may say, "There are also many lords". If you said that, you are absolutely right. But there is only one King of kings and one Lord of lords and He has a name (Revelations 1:8).
The interesting thing about the word, "Lord" is that there is a long form and a shortened form for it and there is a trick the encoders used that has allowed them to hide the identity of the, "Lord" and the fact that the "Lord of the Old Testament must also be the same, Lord in the New Testament" also.
The letter, “J”
Though it’s well hidden, it is not lost. For when a believer or Hebrew says Hallelujah it is the same as saying, "Praise ye Yah"! Not Jah, not YHWH, YHVH or Jehovah (introduced by an Italian monk named Raymundus Martini in the 11th Century).
Not Yahveh or Yahweh introduced by the so called Jews through their control of publishing, for which there is little evidence except the word of the so called Jews. But Yah (the shortened form and Yahousah the long form) Psalm 68:4 “Sing unto God, sing praises to his name: extol him that rideth upon the heavens by his name Jah, and rejoice before him.” So because the letter, “J” was not invented at the time this scripture was written/ spoken, the true rendition of, “Jah” is “Yah”.
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