God Is What?

By Julie Snyder


The English version of the Bible references the God of this universe. However, you are about to learn God is much more than the English translation reveals. So what is the God that creates the many universes, together with the galaxies, stars, suns, planets, and multitudes of life that inhabit the many dimensions within the Godliness? Billions of people have come to envision God through their religious teachings. They are told of a singular being, usually male in nature, which resides over creation. However, a truth of the highest importance has eluded man's awareness.

So, let's begin with the most common name used in the Western world when referring to the Creator-the name, "God." This one name is used to describe an all-knowing male entity that created our universe and rules over everything within it. The name, "God," is used every day by millions of people. But where did this name come from? More importantly, is the name, "God," ever referenced in the Bible's ancient Hebrew texts? Astonishingly, the name, "God," is nowhere to be found in the Torah. And while this may be surprising, it is true. The name, "God," appears only in subsequent Biblical translations. Before we can move forward and understand the Godliness that has escaped our understanding, mankind must first look back to know how and where we went off track.

The name, "God," is a metaphor and is not the authentic name given for the Godliness...by the Godliness. While accepted for ages, the time has come for mankind to deeply realize the name, "God," is a man-given name for the Creator and, thereby, fails to reflect the authentic Hebrew names given for the Godliness-by the Godliness. Also of extreme importance, the name, "God," is absent of code and lacks additional insight into that which it attempts to define.

While the Creator is most always referred to as "God," it is time the authentic Hebrew names for the Creator are brought to light. Furthermore, before we can have a close relationship with the Godliness, we must revisit and bring to light the names the Divine chose to call itself. If the Creator has defined its reality through these names, mankind must know enlightenment prevails within the names the Creator specifically chose to name itself. We understand many of you are learning this for the first time and, more than likely, you are saying, "What? 'God' is not God's name? This can't be true!"

Before we can have a close relationship with the Godliness, we must revisit and bring to light the names the Divine chose to call itself. Furthermore, if the Creator has defined its reality through these names, mankind must know enlightenment prevails within the names the Creator specifically chose to name itself.

For this reason alone, we revisit the original and authentic Hebrew names given for the Creator within the Torah. These names are where the code lives and where deep insight into the Godliness is found. There is much to be said for a name and the secrets they hold.




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