2 edition of Substitutes for the Tetragrammaton found in the catalog.
Substitutes for the Tetragrammaton
Lauterbach, Jacob Zallel
Written in English
Offprint from, Proceedings of the American Academy for Jewish Research. 1930/31.
|Statement||Jacob Z. Lauterbach.|
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|Number of Pages||29|
The word tetragrammaton, meaning "four letters", is often used as the technical term to refer to this Hebrew word. In early Judaism, the word was used as the Lord's name. However, by the time of the Temple's destruction in 70 A.D., the word was considered too holy to pronounce. The Jewish Mishnah (a book of early Jewish traditions) even states. According to scholars, no copies of the Septuagint dated before the mid-2nd century CE/AD substitutes the Tetragrammaton (Yahweh's name) with 'Kyrios' (the Greek word Lord)." Therefore, the practice of substituting "Kyrios" or "Lord" for God's name did not begin until the second century, long after the death of Jesus and his apostles.
Mi Yodeya is a question and answer site for those who base their lives on Jewish law and tradition and anyone interested in learning more. It only takes a minute to sign up. Why is the Tetragrammaton vowelized in Siddurim and in Sefarim? Ask Question Asked 8 years, Tetragrammaton in Non-Jewish Books. Theologians call it the tetragrammaton. 1 In this article I will discuss its etymology, various opinions about its significance, and its translation in several ancient and modern versions. Our starting point is the Bible’s own explanation of the meaning of the tetragrammaton in the third chapter of the Book .
Commentaries on the Tetragrammaton (Three Books of Occult Philosophy , bk. 2, ch. 7, English translation of , p. ) proofs of what we have stated, and demonstrate that the word Jehovah, if Masonry adheres to it, will ever remain as a substitute, never be identical with the lost mirific name. This is so well known to the. The Tetragrammaton and the New Testament "The Tetragrammaton and the Christian Greek Scriptures "The use of kyrios in the Synoptic Gospels is also a designation of God in quotations from the LXX or as a substitute for the name of God, and in the common profane sense of owner or master." p. Author: Heinz Schmitz.
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2 The usual substitute was Adonai (cf. Pesahim 50a and Rashi to Sotah 38a, s. l'l':n. Sometimes the word, r'nm, "The Name," was used (M.
Yoma 1. c.). There must, however, have been many other substitutes used for the Tetragrammaton. On the substitute 'D' in M. Sanhedrin VII, 5. Tetragrammaton is a book for Kabbalists, ritual occultists, and anyone fascinated by the magic of the Bible. If you want to understand the deepest secrets of God, get Tetragrammaton.
The Amazon Book Review Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and more. Read it now. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a /5(6). Before going further, however, it will be of interest to look at the meaning of the word Tetragrammaton  itself.
The Greek word tetra is used as a prefix designating the number four. We find this word at Luke where it refers to Herod as a district ruler or tetrarch as noted in the New World Translation Reference Edition footnotes. The divine name in the Hebrew letters used after the Babylonian exile The divine name, represented by the four Hebrew consonants יהוה, appears nearly 7, times in the Hebrew Scriptures.
This translation renders those four letters, known as the Tetragrammaton, “Jehovah.”. Liberation: The Tetragrammaton, The Ancient And Sacred Name Of God [Yod, Father] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Liberation: The Tetragrammaton, The Ancient And Sacred Name Of God5/5(4). In this remarkable book the Sacred Name is spelled 'Iehovah' in ALL instances save one, where it is spelled Jehovah" (Firpo W.
Carr, Search for the Sacred Name, pps. Max Reisel writes that "vocalization of the Tetragrammaton must ORIGINALLY have been YeHuaH or YaHuaH" (The Mysterious Name of Y.H.W.H., Page 74). According to scholars, no copies of the Septuagint dated before the mid-2nd century CE/AD substitutes the Tetragrammaton (Yahweh's name) with "Kyrios" (the Greek word Lord)." [LINK] "Lord" being "Adoni" in Hebrew.
More, it undermines any notion of the Tetragrammaton’s vowels being a ketiv-kere, for every other Masoretic ketiv-kere substitutes the kere-vowels unchanged, even when the result is an impossible fit to the ketiv-consonants.
Further, every other ketiv-kere is noted in the codex margin, while no such thing ever appears with the Tetragrammaton. Then, as a tradition of non-pronunciation of the names developed, alternatives for the tetragrammaton appeared, such as Adonai, Kurios and Theos.
 The 4Q, a Greek fragment of Leviticus () discovered in the Dead Sea scrolls (Qumran) has ιαω ("Iao"), the Greek form of the Hebrew trigrammaton YHW. . Tetragrammaton is a Greek word meaning “Word of Four Letters,” and refers to the Hebraic Name of God, hwhy, which is commonly known in the West as name has always been held in supreme regard by kabbalists as a Name of great power and symbolic meaning.
The letters of this Name have been attributed to the four elements, the four suits of the Tarot, the four worlds of. ii The Tetragrammaton and the Christian Greek Scriptures ever increasing availability of biblical information, we must re-examine the same question of the Tetragrammaton's presence in the Christian Scriptures.
This book explores the fascinating world of ancient second and third century documents, though it was written for the. tetragrammaton. these included writing the tetragrammaton in hebrew letters in an otherwise Greek text, replacing it with some Greek substitute, or even leaving a blank space in the text.
Substitutes included kurios, the Greek letters ΠΙΠΙ (PiPi—because they File Size: KB. Although there is no firm consensus on the actual pronouncement or spelling of the Tetragrammaton YHVH, there are several representations or transliterations in use by theologians and Bible students.
Some of the more popular forms are YAHVEH, YAHWEH and Jehovah. A comprehensive list of the various usages that abound. Name of God in the NT, the Under the above heading appeared an article in the March issue of Biblical Archaeology Review. The article was written by George Howard, Associate Professor of Religion and Hebrew at the University of Georgia.
His primary thesis is that the earliest Gospels, although written in Greek, used the Hebrew Tetragrammaton. The Tetragrammaton and the LXX. Ineffable Name] I have sinned," and from this developed the custom of using Ha-Shem for Adonai, which is in itself a substitute for the Tetragrammaton"  From the book The Tetragrammaton and the Christian Greek Scriptures.
vowels for the Hebrew word, Adonai, to the Tetragrammaton as a way to alert the reader or prevent the reader from reading the Tetragrammaton precisely. Masoretic [măsˊərĕtˊĭk] TEXT.† The standard text of the Hebrew Bible and the basis of printed Hebrew Old Testaments (abbreviated MT).
Main Idea: consonants first, then vowels of Size: KB. using the Tetragrammaton, with the possible exception of the Book of Tobit, which Joseph A.
Fitzmyer, Florentino García Martínez, and others have suggested breaks this rule.2 The basis for these claims is use of the tetrapuncta in one of the Qumran Aramaic copies of Tobit (4QpapToba [4Q]), a.
The book of Acts confirms this as well. Yet, there is another similar event in II Kings, please look below. 2Ki He removed the high places, and brake the images, and cut down the groves, and brake in pieces the brasen serpent that Moses had made: for unto those days the children of Israel did burn incense to it: and he called it Nehushtan.
The tetragrammaton (from Greek τετραγράμματον, meaning "four letters")   is the Hebrew theonym יהוה, commonly transliterated into Latin letters as is one of the names of the God of Israel used in the Hebrew Bible.
While YHWH is the most common transliteration of the tetragrammaton in English academic studies, the alternatives YHVH, JHVH and JHWH are also used. Therefore, given the aforementioned understanding that the Tetragrammaton was (and still is) used as a substitute for uttering the true name of God, then the substitute for the Masters Word in the symbolic degrees almost certainly alludes to the Tetragrammaton.
Q. What is the Tetragrammaton? A. The Tetragrammaton represents the four Hebrew letters of the Creator’s Name. The word itself is from the Greek tετραγράμματον, meaning “[consisting of] four letters,” which are yod-hey-waw-hey. These letters are unique in the Hebrew language, as they not only represent consonants, but also vowels.THE KEY TO OCCULT THEOGONY Tetragrammaton is the Key to Occult Theogony v., 19 April Page 3 of 14 4 That “Its [Shekinah’s] male form is the figure of man seen on the mysterious throne in the vision of Ezekiel.”1 I am afraid none of the above statements are correct.
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