"The Children of the Law of One Basic
Meta-Physics of Science-Magic" continued...
“Right, I’m sorry, I got off on the letters and numerology thing.”
“You asked about why different names for God within the same religion.
This is one that was changed through time, translation, and misinterpretation,
to many variations of the original, including, within several religions.
Consider the similarities: Yahweh, Ya-Ho-Wah-Ho (YHWH), Ya-Ho-Wa, and Je-Ho-Vah,
to name a few (Jehovah and Yahweh stuck pretty well). YHVH is also
sometimes referred to as "the tetragrammaton" in magic and metaphysic
circles. The first part, which was the positive polarity or “father”
part of the name of God, was Yod, yes? See the similarity there even - Yod,
God, Yod, God - not to hard to change through time and even pronunciation.”
“Yes, someone with a lisp or speech impediment could have started a whole new
name of God to fight over.”
“Ah... yes, I suppose that could be.
The ancient teachings say that ‘He who can pronounce this name properly opens
the gates of heaven’. This saying is vastly misunderstood. But
even now, in some major religions it is forbidden to even attempt to pronounce
“In the early days of ‘religion’, certain ‘priests’ or high priests in
power positions, who wanted more power, didn't want the common people to know
this great key. They wanted people to need to go to the priests and turn
to the religion for their understanding of God and spiritual matters.”
“Hey - how else are you going to make a buck and control everyone???”
“Exactly. This gave them great power and control, so they hid the name,
changed the name, or made it forbidden to say by anyone other than the ‘high
I later asked Zain more about it, and he not only explained the details of the
name, but taught me how to chant it as a meditation. It created major
changes in my consciousness.
“The symbolism and structure of Yod-He-Vau-He is simple, yet deeply profound.
And when its few simple elements combine, they give birth to the entire
complexity of life. In part, YHVH represents that perfect simple pattern
we spoke of earlier - the atom or solar system. It also speaks of human
procreation, and stellar/planetary procreation. The first part, “Yod”,
represents the positive (+), “Sun”, “light”, “the Father”
principles. The first “He” represents the “negative”, not in the
sense of “bad” or “evil”, but in the sense of (-), negative polarity,
pure darkness like that of the void of space, the receptive, the Mother
principles. “Vau” is the meeting of Yod and He; the place of
interplay, intercourse, and combining of the first two principles. It is
its own principle, and the place of conception of, and the birth of, the second
“He” (again, pronounced “hay”). The second “He” is the
offspring of Yod and He, the result of their interaction, their subsequent
creation. The second “He” has the same attributes as its Father,
the Yod, in that it actually IS a Yod in its own macro or microcosmic realm.
The second “He” is on a vibrational plane an octave apart. The second
“He” begins the cycle (Yod-He-Vau-He) again, but AS THE YOD in micro-cosm or
macro-cosm, and its polarity is reversed from its “father” YOD.
Interestingly, the “father” principle, Yod, was distorted through
translation over time from “Yod” into “God”, which is also often given a
“father” principle connotation.”