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Jesus, Name Above All Names

Name of Jesus, Above all names.

Part 2—-Name of Jesus above all names
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SIXTEEN NAMES OF BLASPHEMY

On the Cross the name of Jesus was:

Paleo-Hebrew
Iehsha(s), “pronounced Jehshas: “Jee-shus” (written in Paleo-Hebrew letter symbols from Yesha Strong’s #3468 meaning salvation; see also Matthew 1:21 where Gabriel gives a meaning of the name of Jesus);

Greek
Iesous, “pronounced Jesus” (A Jewish name written in Greek letter symbols. Should be pronounced as a Jewish name not a Greek name. There is no “sh” sounding in Greek so Iehshas became phonetically Ieh-sous. or Jeh-sous);

Latin
Iesus, “pronounced Jesus” (written in Latin letter symbols. Should be pronounced as a Jewish name not a Latin name. Here the consonant J sound becomes promienent and the I and Y vowel sounds not used).

The following is a list of 16 substitute names for Jesus. All of these are intended to be blasphemous. It is from these fake names used to avoid saying the name of Jesus that we must concern ourselves. Just because a book claims the name of Jesus is derived from any of these invented names does not make it true. Thus, lexicon books like
1.) Strong’s;
2.) Gesenius;
3.) Thayers,
4.)Brown-Driver-Briggs;
take their Aramaic/Chaldea/Hebrew word meaning and definitions from Jews. It is to be noted that all four of these were believers in the tetragrammaton and were part of the YHVH/YHWH/Jehovah name cult claiming it was the sacred name of God. In all their learned information about languages and word origins they knew but concealed the names of blasphemy as if the name of Jesus actually came from Yeshu, Yeshua, Jeshua, Joshua, and Yehoshua.

After the Apostles died and the first Christians were all dead, the rabbis were very clever to seed the knowledge base of Christians with substitute names from Babylonian Aramaic that have evil meanings.

When a person throws down the name of Jesus and takes up any of these blasphemous Aramaic or Yiddish names, they are led to believe they have received a revelation of the true ancient Hebrew name of Jesus. In doing so, they recant the name of Jesus, curse it, cast it down, and adopt one of these 16 blasphemous replacement names which was exactly the plan of the rabbis.

To lift up the name of Jesus above all names we must escape from Babylonian Aramaic control of our minds. We must purge these 16 fake blasphemous names from our lips. We must restore the name of Jesus as the name above all names. We must return to the name of Jesus as written upon the Cross. Please note that none of the following 16 names of blasphemy were upon the Cross:

1) Yeshu (May his name and memory be blotted out. The greatest curse in the Jewish language).
2) Jeshu (May his name and memory be blotted out. The greatest curse in the Jewish language).
3) Jeshua (A diminutive of #1: May his name and memory be blotted out).
4) Yeshua (A diminutive of #1: May his name and memory be blotted out. But to deceive the nations claimed in their explanations written by rabbis and monks to be derived from Yehoshua or Joshua).
5) Yesua (A diminutive of #1: May his name and memory be blotted out).
6) Yahshua (First invented by occult mystics adding the “shin” into YHVH as YH-S-VH).
7) Yahshuah (Same as above, adding the final h which is pronounced without it as above).
8) Isa (A diminutive of Esau, according to Islamic scholar Ahmed Deedat. Jews claim the soul of Esau came into Jesus).
9) Yashu (It is a diminutive of #1: An Islamic substitute pronunciation for the name of Jesus).
10) Jeschu (A diminutive of #1, found in the Toldoth, written by an adversarial rabbi).
11) Peloni (Jewish “that man” referring to Jesus but refusing to pronounce his real name).
12) Elil (Jewish same as “evil”: for vanity and fool).
13) Nabal (Jewish for fool).
14) Ben Pantera, Ben Panthera, Ben Pandera, Ben Pandira (Jews say this to avoid pronouncing the name of Jesus. Ben means “son” and Pandera or Pandira is claimed to be the name of the Roman soldier with whom Mary committed prostitution. By saying “Ben-Pandera” they are saying Jesus was born of a whore during menstruation and thus “ben naddah” born of uncleanness or fornication).
15) Yoshke (Yiddish originally “Yoshke Pantera”, with “Yoshke a diminutive of Joshua. But Yoshke is used as a substitute to indicate the Jews have no place for him and considered unimportant: because Joshua means deliverer).
16) Archer (Called “Ben Archer” (son of Panthera whose occupation was an archer for the Roman army).

Of all these 16 substitute names, it is the name of Jesus as written in Paleo-Hebrew, Greek, and Latin that is the focus. There is a concerted effort to blot out the name of Jesus from the earth. There is no attempt to blot out the 16 cursed blasphemous names of:

Yeshu
Jeshu
Jeshua
Yeshua
Yesua
Yahshua
Yahshuah
Isa/Esau
Yashu
Jeschu
Peloni
Elil
Nabal
Ben Pantera
Yoshke
Ben Archer

Everyone of the so-called “sacred name” cults have been deceived to accept one or more of the blasphemous names (now you understand Revelation 17:3 how the woman is full of names of blasphemy. This is in reference to the evil substitute names given to Jesus).

I want now to give a delineation of the name of Jesus from Latin because that is the source of the English letters for the name Jesus.

First, it is said by the sacred name cults that there was no letter symbol for our letter “J” until the 17th century. What they omit on purpose to admit is that the sound of the letter symbol J has existed all the way back to ancient Egypt, over 5,000 years (see Part 3 with alphabet images showing the letter J sound in ancient symbols). They also conveniently omit is that different languages had a letter symbol for the sound of the letter J. The symbol in these languages may not have looked like the letter J, but there was a symbol and sound of the letter J in many languages. It is then false of them to say the name of Jesus could not be the name of Jesus because there was no letter J back in the days of Jesus.

Lets take this fight back to them. These claim the name of Yeshua and Yahshua are the correct Hebrew names for Jesus. Let’s examine this claim using their logic. If there was no glyph symbol for the letter J in Hebrew, was there glyph symbols for the letters Y, E, S, H,U,A, or Y, A, H, S, H, U, A in their Hebrew?

No, in their Hebrew which is really Babylonian Aramaic, none of these letters as they write them in English existed. In fact, these letters did not exist in Paleo-Hebrew either. When I confronted the Yahweh cults in my several debates from 1993-1997 they responded with this argument:

“We admit Pastor Reckart is correct, none of these English letters existed in Hebrew. But, we do have sounds for these letters in Hebrew. And there is no sound for the letter J in Hebrew.”

Now that I won the argument that the lack of existence of a letter symbol does not mean the sound did not exist, I had only to show how the letter J sound did exist.

I then laid out the fact that the letter J was created from the letter I. All that was done was put a small hook on the bottom. This made the letter J. Now why did the person who made the letter J do this with the letter I and not some other letter? Or for that fact, why was there not some totally new letter that was not descended from any of the other 25 letters in the alphabet? Obviously, the new letter J and its connection to the letter I means there is more information.

The fact is, the English letter I came to us from the Latin letter I. And this letter contained two letter sounds, that of the vowel  I and the consonant J.

The letters I and J are two different kinds of sounds. The letter I has a vowel sound. The letter J is a consonant. So the rule of grammar is very simple here. When the letter I was to be pronounced as a vowel the letter was followed by a consonant. The letter I as a vowel was not followed by a vowel.

If the letter I was followed by a vowel then the I had the J consonant sound. In this instance the letter I stood for both a vowel sound and a consonant sound. It is called a semi-vowel. Some claim the letter I should have the Y sound instead of the J sound. This is illogical and not true. This means the letter I would have both of the vowel sounds of I and Y since Y is also a vowel. There is no need for the letter I to have the vowel sound of the letter Y. It makes no sense and is therefore an illogical claim.

Here is an illustration:

The Latin name Iulius begins with the vowel “I” followed by the vowel “u”. How does one pronounce the vowel I with the vowel U? There is no possible way. But with the rule of grammar, that if the I is followed by a vowel it is to be sounded as a “J” we can then write Iulius in English as Julius. By giving the letter I its consonant sound we have the sound of the letter J. So, in Latin the letter I stood for the two sounds of the I vowel and the J consonant.

Now, let’s apply this methodology to the Latin name IESUS.

I is followed by the vowel “E.” How would we say the letters “I” and “E” (Ie)? There is no valid way unless we give the letter “I” a totally new sound of “E”. Then the name IESUS would become EESUS and pronounced EE-soos. But is it correct to give the letter “I” the “E” sound? No it is not correct. Why do it with the name IESUS and not with Iulius? We would not have Julius but instead Eulius and pronounced e-u-lius. This is not only absurd it is illogical.

Let me bring to you something astonishing.

The Italian language descends to us from Latin. We know the Latin name of Jesus is spelled Iesus. So how did this Latin name transfer to Italian?

The Italian name for Iesus is Gesu. In this name Gesu the final “s” is not needed for masculinity or syntax. Let me illustrate this.

In Latin Iulius is transliterated Julius as the masculine.

In Latin if we remove the final “s” to have the feminine of Iulius which is Iulia which is Julia. So in the Latin language the final “s” denotes masculinity. In Italian there is no need for the final “s” so we have Gesu. If the final “s” was necessary it would be spelled Gesus.

But what is astonishing in the Italian Gesu is the pronunciation “Je-su”. Yes, the letter G has the J letter sound. Why? Because when the name Gesu superseded the Latin Iesus, the sound once known to exist in the letter I was separated into the letter symbol G. This was done because at the time Italian came into existence there was no letter symbol J. The letter G stood for the J letter sound. This is the proof of two things:

1) the letter I as in Iulius and in Iesus had two pronunciations of a vowel and a consonant;
2) the letter I did contain the consonant sound of the letter J.

It is to be admitted here that the letter G is also a consonant and stood behind the vowel letter I and in Italian would be separated out into the consonant G sound. Translators could not use the letter J when the early English bibles were translated because at that date there was no need to separate the vowel sound of I from the consonant sound of J standing behind the letter. They did not use the Italian G letter because they were not translating from Italian but from Greek.

Consider the following names in Latin and then in English:

Gesu —-Jesus
Gasparo —-Jasper
Gennaro—-Januarius (January)
Gerolamo—-Jerome
Gessica—-Jessica
Giacomo—-James
Gioacchino—-Joahchin
Gioele—-Joel
Giordano—-Jordan
Giosue—-Joshua
Giuseppe—-Joseph
Isaia—-Isaiah
Iulia—-Julia
Iulius—Julius

Then the name “Iesha—-Jesha” meaning one who is alive.

It is indeed interesting that in Latin and Italian Iesha or Jesha has its Paleo-Hebrew counterpart in the name “Iesha or Yesha” (Strong’s #3468): deliverance, rescue, salvation, and safety. All which in Italian is rendered “one who is alive.” There is a possibility the Italian Iesha or Jesha in meaning “one who is alive” is reference to Jesus after the resurrection. So if to say: Iesha was to also refer to Iesus and Jesus. This cannot be ruled out.

I will here digress to the Muslim “Isa” as the name of Jesus in that religion. According to Ahmed Deedat, a world known apologist for Islam, Isa is from Esau. This is a unique use of Esau for Jesus in a very clever way. How would Mohammed come up with Isa as the name of Jesus when in the time of his life (570-632AD—62 years of age), no Christians used this name?

This name has no connection to the Aramaic name Yehoshua. It has no connection to the Hebrew word “yesha.” It has no connection to the Latin Iesus or the Greek Iesous. Where did Isa come from if as Ahmed Deedat claims it came from Esau?

It is to be remembered that the Jews considered Esau to be wicked and committed heinous sins such as idolatry, adultery, and bloodshed. Rabbi Simeon b. Yohai said “Esau hated Jacob.” The inference here in associating Jesus to Esau is to lay the claim that as Esau hated Jacob so Jesus hated the nation Israel by not submitting himself to temple authority and the Jewish religion. There can be no mistake here where Mohammed got his Isa name. It has no other source to come from except Jewish rabbis. What is shocking to me, is that Muslims to this day do not know they were duped They were given a derived name, a deliberate false name, and a cursed name. For Ahmed Deedat to admit Isa came from Esau is to see at least for him, the name of Jesus as Isa has an evil connotation.

I want to say this here: God would not give his Son the name Esau. Nor would any Jew for that matter. Why then would we expect Joseph and Mary to have done it? The name Jesus came to earth in the lips and tongue of the angel Gabriel. It came from heaven. It is utterly evil to claim the name of Jesus was Esau and by this allege he was an Edomite.

In my research over the past 40 years, I have come to discover that Yehoshua, Yeshua, Jeshua, Yashu, and many other fake names for Jesus came from Babylonian Aramaic.

Let me say it here again: Babylonian Aramaic is not Biblical Hebrew although many claim it is. Biblical Hebrew as known by all the Old Testament prophets and writers was Paleo-Hebrew. It is not reasonable that Jesus would have a Babylonian name. To say his name is any of the previous names identified in #1 through #16 is to give Jesus a blasphemous name.

About the name Yoshke Pandera: Rabbi Gutman Lock, like many abbreviated the cursed name to just Yoshke. Again, where is this name even remotely possible to have been on the Cross in Paleo-Hebrew, Greek, or Latin? You can search all the Aramaic/Chaldean/Hebrew lexicons ever written by Jews of Gentiles and never find this name. Joshke is a blasphemous name and although it sounds Hebrewish, it is in fact a name of no language. It does not appear in any Jewish or Christian writings for over 1800 years and only in the revival of radical orthodox Jewry over the past eight hundred years does it come out of the darkness of secret Judaism.

Yoshke is Yiddish-Teitsch” (Jewish German). Therefore the name Yoshke has a German beginning. When a person uses this name they, like Rabbi Lock will usually say:

“That man you call Yoshke” (yosh-key). But in saying “that man” among Jews they would speak of Jesus as “Peloni Yoshke.” Peloni Yoshke means: “that man Yoshke.” It is intended to speak of Yoshke as a man of blasphemy, being a man who made himself God.
Being a false prophet.
Being born of fornication by a harlot mother.
As Yoshke he is nothing to Jews.
Therefore his real name they have blotted out is nothing.
He is the one who disrespected the temple and the Sanhedrin.
He used magic and placed the tetragrammaton in an incision of his skin and later removed it to pronounce it to perform miracles.
He is the man in the Toldoth Jesu who got into a fight with Judas. They both levitated into the air whereupon Judas who was losing pissed on Jesus defiling him. Both then falling to the ground.
This Jesus was incarnated with the spirit of Esau.

His true name as written upon the Cross must be blotted out using whatever fake and false name anyone can invent.

If you love the name of Jesus, you will teach the truth to those you know. Make copies of this study and give it out free so others will lift up the name of Jesus above all names just as it was glorified upon the Cross.

Paleo-Hebrew
Iehsha(s), “pronounced Jehshas: “Jee-shus” (written in Paleo-Hebrew letter symbols);

Greek
Iesous, “pronounced Jesus” (A Jewish name written in Greek letter symbols. Should be pronounced as a Jewish name not a Greek name);

Latin
Iesus, “pronounced Jesus” (written in Latin letter symbols. Should be pronounced as a Jewish name not a Latin name).

JESUS, one name above all names
Acts 4:12

Bishop Reckart
A man God made
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See Part 3 and the images of languages having the J letter sound

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December 6, 2016 - Posted by | Apostolic Messianic

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