Chapter 15


Exodus 23:20-24 reads: "Here I am sending an angel ahead of you to keep you on the road and to bring you into the place that I have prepared. Watch yourself because of him and obey his voice. Do not behave rebelliously against him, for he will not pardon your transgression; because MY NAME IS WITHIN HIM. However, if you strictly obey his voice and really do all that I shall speak, then I shall certainly be hostile to your enemies and harass those who harass you. For my angel will go ahead of you and will indeed bring you to the Amorites and the Hittites and the Perizzites and the Canaanites, the Hivites and the Jebusites and I shall certainly efface them. You must not bow down to their gods or be induced to serve them, and you must not make anything like their works, but I will without fail throw them down ..."[capitals and underlining by the author].

This angel is the pre-human Jesus, the Michael, the archangel before IOUO. God's name IOUO is within him! Even after his resurrection God's name IOUO is within him! All what Jesus is saying, actually is said by IOUO! We have to obey to Jesus in any case. Because the name IOUO is within him, Jesus is extraordinarily holy, no other creature is as holy as him. To be rebellious against this name is unforgivable. When therefore Jesus is saying that we must sanctify God's name, we are not allowed to choose our own way no matter how high our ministry for Christianity is entitled.

You shall not make anything like the works of the Baal-worshippers! When we introduce "Baal" or "Adonai" or "Lord" into the name of God, then we did make something like their works.

Also the name of Jesus bears the name of God in it. Jesus = Yehoshua = "IOUO is salvation". In Adamic Jesus' name likely must be pronounced IOUShE. According to the Hebrew New Testament, however, it is IShUE. IOUShE is the same as the Hebrew EJUOI meaning Joshua. In the Greek New Testament Jesus = Joshua = so ; Sometimes Joshua is written in Hebrew EUJUOI. The Hebrew New Testament, however, writes for Jesus EUJI.(41)

Jesus' name was upon the title on the torture stake, or better: on the execution stake, too, that hang above Jesus' head when dying: "Jesus the Nazarene the King of the Jews". It was written in Hebrew, Greek and Latin. This, too, points to the name of God in many respects:

1.The word "Jesus" contained the name of God.


2.The word "Jews" is derived from the word "Judah"

Judah is in Hebrew      O D U O I

             O   U O I

Here is striking that this name contains the whole Tetragrammaton only interrupted by a Daleth. This is no coincidence of course. The name "Judah" points therefore to the name of God IOUO in an indirect way, though the word "Judah" is not derived from the Tetragrammaton! Judah thus is the only personal name that contains the "whole" Tetragrammaton, though in a hidden way. How fitting for the leading tribe of Israel, the people of IOUO! How fitting that Jesus comes from the tribe of Judah. According to John 19:19 of the New Testament in Hebrew the Hebrew inscription on the title was: mIDUOIO kLm IrCNO EUJI. The three letters UOI from Jews point indirectly to IOUO. It could have been possible, however, that the inscription was: mIDUOIO kLM IRENO EJUOI because Jesus=Joshua. Here appears the Trigrammaton and in a hidden way also the full Tetragrammaton interrupted only by Shin and Ayin.


3.In Greek (42) there was written in John 19:19: so Nacwrao Basile tn oudawn.


4. All vowels except the Eta of the words "Jesus the" when read one after the other result in Iouo. That points directly to IOUO, a further proof of this pronunciation! But also the word "Jews" contains a transcription of the three Hebrew characters UOI into Iou , another proof for the pronunciation IOUO. Compare chapter 12 of this book.


5.  Like the Hebrew we don't have an inspired document of the Latin inscription, either. According to the Vulgate it was: Iesus Nazarenus rex Iudaeorum. But the use of the Latin language in this holy matter gives a hint, that there is some relation between the pagan God IVPITER and IOVO = IOUO, who is indicated upon the title indirectly. The use of the Latin language points to the fact that IOUO wanted a future revealing of his name in a Latin writing. IVPITER is the IV-father and the Latin word for Jesus is I ESVS containing both vowels of the IV, and the Latin word for Jews is starting with IV, too: IVDAEORVM.


6.  The end of the Greek inscription namely the word Jews is interesting, too: oudawn. The ou together with the w again form in a hidden way the name of God ouw or OUW = IOUO.


We see, there were many indications and hints to the name of God upon the title. It is no wonder, because the main target of attack for the Devil was not Jesus Christ but his heavenly father IOUO. Actually it was IOUO who ought to hang on the stake! It is the same principle as it was shown to Samuel in 1 Samuel 8:7: "It is not you that they have rejected but it is I".

We see how much Jesus' name and God's name are joined to each other, so we can imagine how Jesus' heart is burning when the sanctification and the pronunciation of IOUO's name are concerned.



(41) Hebrew ( Delitsch ) Separate NT, by the Bible Society in Israel, OJDH TIRB.

(42) See Kingdom Interlinear Translation of the Greek Scriptures, p. 522, the underlying text is of Westcott and Hort.


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