The Secret of Moses and Jesus

Gepubliceerd op 26 nov. 2012

There is a special connection between God, Moses, and Jesus. Moses was given the true name of God Exodus 3:14 as Ehyeh. This is combined in Jehses or Yehsha. Y and J, ses and sus are interchangable and sound alike.

The name “Moses” strikes us as the identity of one of the greatest men in ancient monotheistic history. His name is known by little children in the story of the mother and father who hid their little son to keep the wicked Pharaoh from having him aborted, killed at birth. They hid him in the flags (bulrushes). Now the name flags is another name for papyrus papyrus (pap-irus) with the “us” having some connection with that which grows in water.

As can be seen to the left, the Egyptian word for water is “mu.” And when the daughter of Pharoah took Moses out of the water she called him in the Egyptian language “MOUSES” or as later Grecianized “Moseus” and finally as “Moses.” We are told by ancient authorities that the name Moses means just as I have described with “Mo” meaning “water” and “Uses” meaning he who is saved by water. Moseus is more accurately Museus when we convert the Mo back to Mu. If we drop the “M” and replace this with a “J” we would have Juseus and this is remarkable since Moses prophecied that another would come like unto him and he the people were to follow or be destroyed. We can see that “Mo” is accurately taken from the Egyptian “mu” and we shall make all the authorities who claim expertise in ancient linguistics to deny that “uses” is the correct ancient articulation of “ses or sus.” I will here quote one of the recognized ancient authorities on the antiquity of the Jews:

“Hereupon it was that Thermuthis (Pharoah’s daughter) imposed this name Mouses upon him, from what had happened when he was put into the river; for the Egyptians call water by the name of Mo, and such as are saved out of it, by the name of Uses: so by putting these two words together, they imposed this name upon him. And he was, by the confession of all, according to God’s prediction, as well for his greatness of mind as for his contempt of difficulties, the best of all the Hebrews, for Abraham was his ancestor of the seventh generation” (Josephus, Antiquities, Book II, Chapter 9, Paragraph 6).

It it obvious to any person of rational mind that we have here a great testimony to the name of Jesus that it did not derive from the name of any pagan god but its parts and its meaning come from a far ancient antiquity. When it is properly understood that “Je” is the abbreviation of “YEH” or “JEH” the sacred name of God at the burning bush, and that “Uses or Usus” (these are the same), we have in the name of Jesus a very powerful new identity as the “GOD WHO SAVES BY WATER.” So the name of Jesus in a shortened meaning would be simply Saviour! In the very name of Jesus we have the authority of our New Testament water baptism in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins (Acts 2:38).

Ehyeh his True and Only Name
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VxheU…

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Israel – The Pyramid of Time
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ty-Daj…

Yahweh – The Name of a Pagan God
http://www.jesus-messiah.com/studies/…

YHWH – Tetragramaton, Adonai, Jehovah used in Witchcraft
http://www.sacred-texts.com/grim/bcm/…

22 Guess Names from the Tetragrammaton: Yahueh Iahueh
Yahuah Iahuah Yahevahe Iahevahe Yohwah Iohwah Yohweh
Iohweh Yahwah Iahuwah Iahwe Yahwe Iehwah Yehweh Iehweh
Yahweh Iahweh Yehwah Iahwah Yahohewah Iahohewah Jove
Yahuwah Iahwah Yahveh Yehveh Yahohevah Jehovah iehovah

Freemasons admits Jehovah, YHWH, is core of their tradition
http://www.freemasons-freemasonry.com…
http://crossbearer-brian.tripod.com/i…

Jeh-Hovah: the suffix “hovah” is No. 1943 in Strong’s Hebrew Dictionary and has the meaning of “ruin, mischief.” It is another form of No. 1942, ‘havvah’, which is translated “calamity, iniquity, mischief, mischievous (thing), naughtiness, naughty, noisome, perverse thing, substance, very wickedness.” Put the two (Je + hovah) together and you get “God of ruin, mischief, calamity, perversion, and wickedness”. And don’t forget ‘noisome’ — which means it stinks! Jehovah is The God of Evil!

The Truth About The Book of Hebrews
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The Truth About The First Antichrist Apostle Paul
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a1gC-Z…
http://paulproblem.faithweb.com/acove…
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The Truth About Death and Resurrection
http://near-death.com/experiences/ori…
http://reluctant-messenger.com/reinca…
http://reluctant-messenger.com/reinca…

666 Massive Calculations
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Music: Dead Can Dance – Ephemare Upon the Faded

3 thoughts on “The Secret of Moses and Jesus

  1. Ehyeh Asher Ehyeh – True Name of God (HYH EHYH) Ehieh El-Shaddai

    Gepubliceerd op 2 dec. 2012
    The name of God revealed to Moses was HYH (EhYeh) meaning I Am that I Am. This is the full volume of the sacred names article that exposes Yah, the Egyptian moon god and the witchcraft star Tetragrammaton. God is not a trinity or a five sided star. These are graven images of idolatry.

    EHYEH is his True and only Name

    Yahweh – The Name of a Pagan God
    http://www.jesus-messiah.com/studies/
    http://jesus-messiah.com/studies/sacr

    Wheel of Fortune
    http://jesus-messiah.com/apologetics/

    Lemuria MU the Motherland the Great Flood

    There is overwhelming historic evidence that Yahweh was a pagan name, not the name of God. Exodus 6:3 God says by his true name he was not known to Abraham, yet in all modern translations it’s the same name that appears in Genesis. The name Ehyeh was given to Moses in Exodus 3:14.

    YHWH – Tetragramaton, Adonai, Jehovah used in Witchcraft
    http://www.sacred-texts.com/grim/bcm/

    22 Guess Names from the Tetragrammaton: Yahueh Iahueh
    Yahuah Iahuah Yahevahe Iahevahe Yohwah Iohwah Yohweh
    Iohweh Yahwah Iahuwah Iahwe Yahwe Iehwah Yehweh Iehweh
    Yahweh Iahweh Yehwah Iahwah Yahohewah Iahohewah Jove
    Yahuwah Iahwah Yahveh Yehveh Yahohevah Jehovah iehovah

    Freemasons admits Jehovah, YHWH, is core of their tradition
    http://www.freemasons-freemasonry.com
    http://crossbearer-brian.tripod.com/i

    Jeh-Hovah: the suffix “hovah” is No. 1943 in Strong’s Hebrew Dictionary and has the meaning of “ruin, mischief.” It is another form of No. 1942, ‘havvah’, which is translated “calamity, iniquity, mischief, mischievous (thing), naughtiness, naughty, noisome, perverse thing, substance, very wickedness.” Put the two (Je + hovah) together and you get “God of ruin, mischief, calamity, perversion, and wickedness”. And don’t forget ‘noisome’ — which means it stinks! Jehovah is The God of Evil!

    The Truth About The Book of Hebrews
    http://www.judaismvschristianity.com/

    The Truth About The Apostle Paul

    http://paulproblem.faithweb.com/acove
    http://www.judaismvschristianity.com/

    The Truth About Death and Resurrection
    http://near-death.com/experiences/ori
    http://reluctant-messenger.com/reinca
    http://reluctant-messenger.com/reinca

    Music by Klaus Schulze

  2. Yahweh, which had always been symbolized by the golden calf of the Bedouin tribes.(P1056:5, 96:4.3)

    The Urantia Book — Part III. The History Of Urantia
    PAPER 96: Section 4.
    The Proclamation Of Yahweh

    http://hebrewdivinenames.webs.com/yahweh.htm
    http://www.theoquest.com/ubcenter/ubook/96-4.cfm
    P1056:3, 96:4.1 The evolution and elevation of the Mosaic teaching has influenced almost one half of all the world, and still does even in the twentieth century. While Moses comprehended the more advanced Egyptian religious philosophy, the Bedouin slaves knew little about such teachings, but they had never entirely forgotten the god of Mount Horeb, whom their ancestors had called Yahweh.

    P1056:4, 96:4.2 Moses had heard of the teachings of Machiventa Melchizedek from both his father and his mother, their commonness of religious belief being the explanation for the unusual union between a woman of royal blood and a man from a captive race. Moses’ father-in-law was a Kenite worshiper of El Elyon, but the emancipator’s parents were believers in El Shaddai. Moses thus was educated an El Shaddaist; through the influence of his father-in-law he became an El Elyonist; and by the time of the Hebrew encampment about Mount Sinai after the flight from Egypt, he had formulated a new and enlarged concept of Deity (derived from all his former beliefs), which he wisely decided to proclaim to his people as an expanded concept of their olden tribal god, Yahweh.

    P1056:5, 96:4.3 Moses had endeavored to teach these Bedouins the idea of El Elyon, but before leaving Egypt, he had become convinced they would never fully comprehend this doctrine. Therefore he deliberately determined upon the compromise adoption of their tribal god of the desert as the one and only god of his followers. Moses did not specifically teach that other peoples and nations might not have other gods, but he did resolutely maintain that Yahweh was over and above all, especially to the Hebrews. But always was he plagued by the awkward predicament of trying to present his new and higher idea of Deity to these ignorant slaves under the guise of the ancient term Yahweh, which had always been symbolized by the golden calf of the Bedouin tribes.

    P1056:6, 96:4.4 The fact that Yahweh was the god of the fleeing Hebrews explains why they tarried so long before the holy mountain of Sinai, and why they there received the Ten Commandments which Moses promulgated in the name of Yahweh, the god of Horeb. During this lengthy sojourn before Sinai the religious ceremonials of the newly evolving Hebrew worship were further perfected.

    P1057:1, 96:4.5 It does not appear that Moses would ever have succeeded in the establishment of his somewhat advanced ceremonial worship and in keeping his followers intact for a quarter of a century had it not been for the violent eruption of Horeb during the third week of their worshipful sojourn at its base. “The mountain of Yahweh was consumed in fire, and the smoke ascended like the smoke of a furnace, and the whole mountain quaked greatly.” In view of this cataclysm it is not surprising that Moses could impress upon his brethren the teaching that their God was “mighty, terrible, a devouring fire, fearful, and all-powerful.”

    P1057:2, 96:4.6 Moses proclaimed that Yahweh was the Lord God of Israel, who had singled out the Hebrews as his chosen people; he was building a new nation, and he wisely nationalized his religious teachings, telling his followers that Yahweh was a hard taskmaster, a “jealous God.” But nonetheless he sought to enlarge their concept of divinity when he taught them that Yahweh was the “God of the spirits of all flesh,” and when he said, “The eternal God is your refuge, and underneath are the everlasting arms.” Moses taught that Yahweh was a covenant-keeping God; that he “will not forsake you, neither destroy you, nor forget the covenant of your fathers because the Lord loves you and will not forget the oath by which he swore to your fathers.”

    P1057:3, 96:4.7 Moses made a heroic effort to uplift Yahweh to the dignity of a supreme Deity when he presented him as the “God of truth and without iniquity, just and right in all his ways.” And yet, despite this exalted teaching, the limited understanding of his followers made it necessary to speak of God as being in man’s image, as being subject to fits of anger, wrath, and severity, even that he was vengeful and easily influenced by man’s conduct.

    P1057:4, 96:4.8 Under the teachings of Moses this tribal nature god, Yahweh, became the Lord God of Israel, who followed them through the wilderness and even into exile, where he presently was conceived of as the God of all peoples. The later captivity that enslaved the Jews in Babylon finally liberated the evolving concept of Yahweh to assume the monotheistic role of the God of all nations.

    P1057:5, 96:4.9 The most unique and amazing feature of the religious history of the Hebrews concerns this continuous evolution of the concept of Deity from the primitive god of Mount Horeb up through the teachings of their successive spiritual leaders to the high level of development depicted in the Deity doctrines of the Isaiahs, who proclaimed that magnificent concept of the loving and merciful Creator Father.

    http://www.urantia.org/nl/het-urantia-boek/verhandeling-96-jahweh-de-god-der-hebreeers

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