I believe God to be the all, the seven, the three, and one person: God the father. How can jews argue against us for being polytheists when they themselves have ideas like ¨God is all¨, and the ¨shekinah¨ - where all are a part of God! That was what Jesus meant when he said he is God`s son!
Ehyeh Asher Ehyeh is a name of God in the Bible, and the first time God in singular reveals himself by name to Moses at the burning bush. It´s translated into “I am that I am”, or more often “I am”. It is pronounced ¨Ahayah¨
It is also the highest name of God in the kabbalah. Google up Kether. It says Ehyeh. The jews have several names for God, all in it´s own right, and order, as you see in the sephiroth. God is too big to be under one name, as he is omnipotent, and omnipresent.
Ehyeh = I am. Asher is not Marduk or Ashur, but Ashera, the queen of Heaven. In other words, THAT, is referring to the universe we are inside of. The I Am that I AM is the life within the THAT, which is female (shekinah). What it really says is:
1) GOD, the first I AM
2) That, Material Universe, space, akasha
3) Second I AM, all Creations, God within Creations (The body is the Temple of the Lord) As with Yahweh. God is a human.
This also makes sense when J-hovah/hawah means J/God hawah/Eve/Goddess. YHWH stacked downwards also forms a human; as did the Temple of Solomon.
In the tetragrammaton: YHWH symbolizes all that is!
The name YHWH is utterly exceptional in many ways, including the fact that we don't know how to pronounce it (if it contains of only vowels, it may have sounded like: AAEEIIOOUU!!). The ancient Hebrew text consisted only of consonants, since the Hebrew alphabet had no written vowels. Vowel sings were invented by the Jewish Masoretic scholars in the sixth century Israel and later; inspired by the Yiddish community of askenazi jews in Europe. Thus: We are uncertain if there was an E, J or I. That the jews have used vowels in their daily language is highly likely, jews confirm this, and yet why did they so much later invent dots in their alphabet to add vowels to consonants? Because there was no E, J or I in any language. Still it has been long supposed that YHWH was derived from the verb that is used to make I AM, namely היה (haya), meaning to be or to become, or rather from an older, and arcaic form, and rare synonym of haya, namely הוה, hawa, hence y-hawa or yahwah. Yahwah sounds similar to haya and hawa. The y means God. Yet Hawah is the mystical name for Eve.
Yahweh Elohim is a singular plural! Yahweh is singular, and means ¨I am¨. Elohim is plural. Yahweh Elohim = Yahweh of the Elohim. The stars. He is the God ABOVE the Gods. The ruler of the Elohim/Stars/Archons. Another jewish word for God is Ahayah meaning ¨I am that I am.¨ The mainframe so to speak of whom ALL ¨Gods¨, and YOU are a part of! God the all. That was what Abrahamism was about in the beginning. Bringing all worship of creation towards a singular Creator. They took the Sons of El – the Elohim of ancient Canaan, and renamed them angEL`s. IsRaEl= Isis is the moon and venus. These are Elohim`s: Ra is the Sun and Jupiter. El is Saturn. I personally believe God is the God above all Gods. The Mazzaroth, as discovered by Rav Sha`Ul was the very CORE of Jewish belief: That God is God seated in the midst of the Zodiac/Mazzaroth. God of the all. As we operate with a flat Earth: we are at least certain there are 7 orbital sattelites aside from this one. God`s spirit is described as 7 flames both in the old, and new testament. That`s why we light the 7 candles of the menorah – the Jewish lampstand.
Revelation 4:5, see also 5:6. ¨And proceeding from the throne were lightnings and thunders and voices; and seven lamps of fire, which are the seven spirits of God, were burning before the throne.¨
So how can the Jews not believe in the Holy Trinity? It is an ancient concept older than Judaism. But is it true, and is it biblical? Isn`t it pagan?
In the same way that I have two hands, and one head; God is both father and son like as in f.i Hinduism. Jews often say ¨all is God¨, but cannot understand that it implies God has a son. While it would philosophically argue that he also has a daughter.
There is no proof for the trinity in the Bible however. The Holy Spirit is the spirit of God, who is the mainframe of the seven fires mentioned above. Jesus is God`s son just like you are: Like how we are all part of God.
Still I believe in the shemah. ¨Hear oh Israel! God is one!¨
But that is when looking towards the beginning of the universe. Heaven. When all was, and is one in Him. Seen from an earthly perspective: There is both 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9.
I am dualists in that there is God vs Evil, but see God as almighty still as his holiness is reflected in the minor being the Devil being an aspect of his righteousness. If there was no devil: God would not be just, and he would not be a Holy God. How can God be Holy if there is no evil? We see dualism throughout creation said the angler fish when he stared into his mate`s eyeball wondering why he wasn`t even made according to sacred geometry… This is the solution the the philosophical problem of evil. The reason why this world is the most perfect of all worlds; because God is perfect. How? Evil exists for God to be Holy, Judge, Good etc. It should be self-explanatory.
I worship God as one. But also worship him as 3! I believe in the Holy Trinity because it is reflected throughout creation, and is proven through intimate relationship to divine. Some people unbiblically state the Holy Ghost is a person. If something exists; even as an idea; then it`s relatively, or certainly real. F.i like mother, father and son. Or God, angels and mankind. Or source, love and light.
BUT! We are still ¨only¨ monotheists in that we only worship God the father Yahweh Elohim either through worshipping Him directly, or worshipping him through worshipping his highest son, or his Holy Ghost (spirits), or by venerating the beauty of each others and creation, for we always seek to give glory to The Creator for all things.