I AM THAT I AM = AHAYAH ASHER AHAYAH


(Moses asks the Most High, what shall he say to the children of Israel when he goes to them and say “The God of your fathers hath sent me unto you” and the Most High said “I AM THAT I AM: and he said, Thus shalt thou say unto the children of Israel, I AM hath sent me unto you.” The Father true name is AHAYAH ASHER AHAYAH in Hebrew (AHAYAH= I AM)

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As we see in the Above picture we see the Most High true name. In English (left), That is not the correct spelling of it in English. There are no e soundings in the Ancient Hebrew alphabet, so it can’t be spelled Ehyeh Asher Ehyeh. it is spelled AHAYAH ASHER AHAYAH, . In Hebrew (right) its AHAYAH ASHER AHAYAH.

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14 Responses to I AM THAT I AM = AHAYAH ASHER AHAYAH

  1. newyorktex says:

    please explain this from the Strongs concordance: ayah-Ayah – the screamer ie a hawk, kite, vulture. (I think that I will say Our Father, because I speak English, not Hebrew.) There seems tobe a big argument about the correct name of the most high. Also, I couldn’t find Ashayah nor Ehyeh in the concordance, but I found ayah and Ayah. I found (3470) Yshayah (there is an e spelled next to the letter Y but my keyboard doesn’t have that optionto make the e raised up to the Y. but the meaning is the name of seven Isr.- Isaiah.

  2. there seems to be sooooo much debate over the true name of the Most High,everyboby claims they have conclusive proof using the Hebrew language that the name of the most high is this or that.The two most common being Ahayah or Yahweh.I have read, and watched countless utube vidioes on this topic, but still not 100% sure His name is Ahayah Asher Ahayah.

  3. Rhys Burgess says:

    I believe the name of The Most High to be ‘Ahayah’ [Ahayah Asher Ahayah] as God spoke to Moses in the tongue of the time, which we call ‘paleo-Hebrew’ (proto-H).

    From my understanding of p-Hebrew, ‘I am’ is quite literally ‘Ah-HaYah’ – I cannot find anywhere, where ‘I am’ translates to ‘adonai’, ‘elohim’ or JHVH/YHWH – those names, when broken down, are actually TITLES.

    ‘YHWH’ = Yah/Jah – god(s), Power(s) [Plural], Hawa/Howa – to ‘usurp’, ‘take’ [by force], so; Jehova/Yahowa actually means ‘to become God’ or to ‘take power’ if I understand correctly – sounds like Satan to me, he does, after all – want to sit in the Northern most point, in place of The Most High God.

    ‘YHWH’ is the god of the pre-abrahamic semites – he (it) is a pagan deity, paralleled by Moloch, and Baal; summarised by ‘Baphomet’ – Satan. ‘YHWH’ is a name that is taken from Judaic/Talmudic Kabbalah magic, known as the ‘tetragrammaton’. Definitely not the name of the Uncreated creator, God [Ahayah] – his Son’s name is ‘Yashaya’ which translates to ‘My saviour’.

    Blessed is He who comes IN THE NAME OF THE LORD.

    From my basic understanding, Ahayah is the root of Yashaya – So The Son quite literally came IN THE NAME of THE FATHER 😀

    Glory be to God in the highest! Hallelujah! Hosanna in the Highest! 🙂

    • Shalam! All Praises be to Ahayah Bahasham Yashiya. Please be advise that the word “Hallelujah” is also incorrect to use. Please do your own research to seek the truth.

      Exodus 23:13 And in all that I have said unto you be circumspect: and make no mention of the name of other gods, neither let it be heard out of thy mouth.

      When the scriptures were translated, first into Greek, then into Latin, and from there into English, the translators have changed the name of the Almighty Ahayah, to the name LORD, and changed the name of the Messiah, his son, from Yashiya, to the incorrect name of Jesus Christ. They also added the name Amen, so that people unknowingly end up worshiping a false God.

      Luke 11:2 And he said unto them, When ye pray, say, Our Father which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done, as in heaven, so in earth. Give us day by day our daily bread. And forgive us our sins; for we also forgive every one that is indebted to us. And lead us not into temptation; but deliver us from evil.

      Matthew 6:9 After this manner therefore pray ye: Our Father which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name. [ his name is Ahayah] Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done in earth, as in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors.

      And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil: For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever. (Amen?)

      In Matthew, they added the word Amen to the end. The word Amen in my opinion should not be added to the end of any prayer, because this is a name of an Egyptian god, meaning ‘the hidden’.

      This deity of Egypt is mentioned in Nahum 3:8 as populous of No. And in Jeremiah 46:25 as multitude of No. In the Strong’s Concordance in Hebrew #527 as amown populous and multitude. And #528 Amown an Egyptian god, originally the local god of Thebes, later head of the Egyptian pantheon.

      Torah

      In the Torah, which is the first five books of the Old Testament or Tanakh, the word Amen appears 14 times each at the end of curses no where else. Numbers 5:22, Deuteronomy 27:15-26)

      It was never used at an end of a prayer, this tradition is brought about in the Rabbinical Jewish Talmud, which also prohibits the people from using the true name of the Almighty Ahayah, and told to substitute it with the word adonay instead and then the people are told to use the word Amen at the end of a prayer. Which is what most Christian churches also do, and the Muslims and most of the secret societies.

      By adding this word to the end of a prayer it would sound like you are praying to the Egyptian deity Amen. Also known as Amen-Ra. Which means Amen the sun god.

      Remember we are to use the true names, and no other, Ahayah the Father, and Yashiya for his son.

      Shalam!

  4. Thank you for that…..you have the clearest explanation of both the Messiahs’ name and that of the Father Almighty l have read to date. Saying this l do not take away anything from all those who have researched, studied and have taken both time and effort to share their findings. l like many others want to know the Real Truth and the proper names to address prayer to. I don’t like people addressing me as “hey you” thus l want to address my prayer to the Saviour and the Father in proper context. Once again Sir, thankyou

  5. j bleu says:

    I read an article that God’s real name is ……….. YAHAWAH (the creator of all) and YAHAWASHI (the messiah). How do I know which name is the real name. According tp the article this names was derived from the ancient Hebrew text.

    Please Help

  6. Shalam, you’re welcome, all Praises be to Ahayah Bahasham Yashiya.

  7. Brian Fisher says:

    Why would someone remove the creators name from the old testament or original 5 books?

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