Understanding Sacred Knowledge

Understanding sacred knowledge

[When translating], [isolate thoughts] with square brackets []

To The Karaites,

Select the Hebrew language and read the Torah. You will understand clearly what has happened to The Bible. It will stand out clearly.

Father – [abyh אביה] pronounced [Ahb’-yh]

Genesis 1.1 [יי] [Targum Onkelos] [is Ayya אייא] – [Sacred Father] [אב קדוש] (ab kadush)[Aramaic] [Aya] pronounced iya as in Eliya

[Ayh איה] from [Ayya אייא] – Our Sacred Father and Creator

Exodus 3.14 [AHYH ] [Ahyah pronounced Ay’ah] – [Our Father’s] [ancient Name] (silent h) [means Sacred]

It is NOT Ahiyah or Ahayah which is what you will find in language search engines by pronunciation

איה אבא קדוש אב קדוש
[Ayya] [Sacred Father] [אב קדוש] [Ab kadush]Only Ahyah pronounced Ay’ah is our Ayya(Ayh)

Ahyah (ay’ah) is who He is, that is His Name, the /y/ is a slight palatal approximant. Ayya (ayh) iyah as in Eliya, the /y/ is more pronounced, is what He is “Sacred Father”. The /ah/ sound is from ru’ah which means spirit. It is not the /aw/ sound as in /yaw/. Ay’ah literally means Father Spirit (Spirit Father)

Eventually, [the word] [G0d] in English [will be replaced with Ayh] [derived from Ayya]. Ayh has all of the meaning of [the word] [G0d] and more, being [derived from Ayya] [which means] [Sacred Father].

Example of a perfect scripture

Genesis 1.1[In the beginning בראשית], [Ayh איה] [created ברא] [the sky השמים] [and the land והארץ]

בראשית 1.1 בראשית ברא איה את השמים והארץ

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Aramaic (Aramaya Aram-aya) [Land of] [Our Sacred Father] in Aramaic

Aramaic (Armyt Aram-yt) in Hebrew”[The seeds][of conflict][were sewn][in the roots][of language]”[Especially], [conflict] [with Abyh]
[How to] [know for sure]. [Where there is] [no mercy], [there is] [no Abyh]. Love [without] mercy is nothing

Only by [the sacred spirit] [of Our Abyh] [will you know] [if the mercy is real] [or something else]

[Remember][Ayh loves you].

[The Blessing of אָהּיָהּ] [Ahyah] (Ay’ah)

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If you ever see a bad translation on this website don’t worry about it. It’s just a visual hack. It’s fine.

Help from The Son of Ayh

Yeshua knew all these things would happen with language and gave us The Lord’s Prayer without using The Name of Ayh so that I would know that something was going on with Divine Names and Titles in The Bible. The Name of Our Father is Ahyah. Any other name mentioned on this website is historical research that must be preserved along with my research findings.

The Lord’s Prayer

Matthew 6.9-13[Our Father] which art [in Heaven]
Let [Your Name] be treated(יטופל) as [sacred]
[Thy Kingdom come], [Thy will be done]
[On Earth] [as it is in Heaven]
[Give us this day] [our daily bread]
[And forgive us] [our trespasses]
[As we forgive those] [who trespass against us]
[Do not let us succumb] to temptation
[But deliver us] from [evil]
[For yours] [is the Kingdom]
[The power] and [the glory] [forever]
[In the Name of] [Yeshua]
ܐܡܝܢ‎ āmēyn(אמן)

Our Father which art in Heaven
Sacred be Thy Name
Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done
On Earth, as it is in Heaven
Give us this day our daily bread
And forgive us our trespasses
As we forgive those who trespass against us
Do not let us succumb to temptation
But deliver us from evil
For yours is the Kingdom
The power and the glory forever
In the Name of Yeshua
ܐܡܝܢ‎ āmēyn(אמן)

Halaluyah and Halaluayh

Etymology of Praise and love Ahyah and Praise and love Ayh הללויה

For music

הלל Hillay [PDF] praise

לאלו lalu love

Halā-lu-yah’ (ha-lā -loo’-yah) Praise Ahyah



Halā-lu-ayh ( ha-lā -loo’-ay’-ah) Praise Ayh See the page titled Understanding Sacred Knowledge to learn about Ayh (Sacred Father and Creator) in The Bible, derived from Ayya (Sacred Father). See the page titled Understanding Sacred Knowledge to learn about Ayh (Sacred Father and Creator). In The Bible, derived from Ayya (Sacred Father) the word that replaces Elohim at Genesis 1:1. Elohim is an insertion in The Torah.

Our Father’s Name is Ahyah (Ay’ah) and He is Our Ayh (Ay’ah) slight emphasis on the yodh /y/, which is a palatal approximant.


Name and meaning/definition of Lalu

Lalu etymology and origin found in Gujarati, Hindu, Indian, Malayalam

Lalu means: Lovely; Beloved; Dear One; Love; Red Colour; Similar to Lal

https://www.definitions.net/translate/lalu [PDF]

https://thenamesdictionary.com/name-meanings/55746/name-meaning-of-lalu [PDF]

Negative etymology

Reason it is not hallaluyah [PDF]

Deconstructing Hallelujah (constructed by Hillel – Satan)

It is Ah-l-lu-yah (Praise Yah!).  It’s a rather complicated construct. The / Ἁ / is a soft alpha creating the /ah/ sound. The /ά/ is of longer duration (aa) also creating the /ah/ sound. Ἁλληλουϊά suffix is wrong, should begin with a /y/ not an /i/ in the Greek Scriptures translated to English, not translated Halleluyah or Halleluia. Hallel is from Hillel, the name of Satan revealed by the Meshikhi on the page titled The Roman Jehovah. Note  it also contains /el/ (El is The Supreme god of The Cannanites).  In The Hebrew Scriptures it is הללויה‎, Halā-lu-yah’ (ha-lā -loo’-yah) Praise Ahyah!


There is also much confusion about Hebrew phonics, particularly the /ah/ sound and the /aw/ sound, explained in detail at Meshikhi.org on the Welcome page.

There is also another danger with pronouncing it Halliluyah.

lilu or lilû is a masculine Akkadian word for a spirit, related to Alû, demon. It is disputed whether, if at all, the Akkadian word lilu, or cognates, is related to the Hebrew word lilith in Isaiah 34:14, which is thought to be a night bird by some modern scholars such as Judit M. Blair.[1] The Babylonian concept of lilu may be more strongly related to the later Talmudic concept of Lilith (female) and lilin (female).


Laylu as in the original lyric of the song “My Jesus” is also not to use. Search for the word on this page.

https://biblearchaeology.org/research/contemporary-issues/2575-new-find-jerusalems-oldest-hebrew-inscription [PDF]

Hala is also not to use.

https://www.biblestudytools.com/lexicons/hebrew/nas/hala.html [PDF]


Etymology of Praise Ayh

Strong’s #01984 Halal

uyah in Hebrew [PDF]

ואיה wayh