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Offline Stewart James  
#1 Posted : Saturday, November 16, 2019 7:38:16 AM(UTC)
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I am sure that most of you here on this forum will know of all the Yada Yah shows and where to find all the earliest shows!

A few weeks ago I came across this resource that I did not know of in my two and a half years experience with Yada Yah. I have set out a task of saving all these in due course and I thought, well, if I did not know, maybe a few others might not, so why not share what I have found to make it easier for those who wish to listen in?

It may be the case that some have already shared this and it became lost in time, even so, I think it's worth repeating if indeed this is so!

In this link, it takes you back to the earliest recordings online ready for download at your leisure and there are 62 pages and 50 shows on each page, so enjoy in your own time.

My plan is to download 50 shows per week just in case the internet goes down!

Shalowm!

https://www.yadayah.audio/?page=62
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#2 Posted : Monday, November 18, 2019 4:03:09 PM(UTC)
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It would also be great if the audio content could somehow be searched in those shows, but I don't know if that's possible automatically. For example, I recall that in one of the last ten shows, Yada mentioned that "Yahuwd" was a combination of "Yahowah" and "Dowd". Since then, I have wondered - we have consistently seen "Yahuwd" written and pronounced as if this is one of the cases where the Wa is pronounced like a long U in English, rather than like an O. And it further occurs to me that if the word were actually pronounced "Yahowd", it would be much more obvious that the word indeed is a combination of "Yahowah" and His favorite Son "Dowd". The only thing I can think of that would argue for pronouncing the Wa like a long U in this case is that the Babylonians, during the Israelites' captivity in Babylon, taunted them by calling them "yahoos".
Ha Shem? I'm kind of fond of Ha Shemp, Ha Larry, and Ha Moe myself. And the earlier shorts with Ha Curly.
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#3 Posted : Friday, November 22, 2019 11:39:06 PM(UTC)
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I have a friend who lives close to me in Thailand, no more thant 30 km away! Last Shabat he came to visit me for about 1 hour and we had a discussion about Dowd - and how it became David due to diacritical markings. He was engaged and interested - then he came up with Ahhhh Dahuwd (Dahuud) I am not sure about the exact pronounciation, but his rendition sounded like Daa Huuwd or Daa hoood! He is a national from Yisra'el and speaks modern Hebrew and has been very helpful to me! I love to talk with him and we have shared many interesting things in Hebrew. It's quite amazing that what he was confirming was the corruption of Hebrew words and language due to the Masorettes and the diacritical markings which changed sounds and meanings.

Just loving all the discoveries, little by little!Cool

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#4 Posted : Monday, November 25, 2019 8:10:58 PM(UTC)
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Well that's a possibility I hadn't thought of - that native speakers pronounce the Wa in DWD's name as one of the cases where it's pronounced like a U. If they have indeed maintained the correct pronunciation of his name through all those generations, that's another way that YHWD is indeed a combination of YHWH and DWD. I guess we'll know which one it is for sure when we hear Yahowah speaks His name and that of His favorite son.
Ha Shem? I'm kind of fond of Ha Shemp, Ha Larry, and Ha Moe myself. And the earlier shorts with Ha Curly.
Offline Stewart James  
#5 Posted : Saturday, November 30, 2019 1:19:43 AM(UTC)
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I have studied the names of the Yahuwd to some degree and as a part of that study I know we are incredibly close to the absolute correct name spelling and pronunciation!

From my perspective I am border line with two versions of the true name which all stem from our knowledge and understanding of the Wah sound. Some pronounce the Wah as "O" others as "U". You can understand as I do that O can sound like U also, especially when you use two O's as in OO it sounds like a long U - OOOOO.

Is a double U really a UU or double V VV W? Is a BMW really a BMVV? My point is pronouncing what is meant to be the sound can vary according to local dialect and language use! You can notice wordlwide how people pronounce words sounding different to one another, then writing them down as you hear them can be different entirely!Then again what has been written down is read and uttered as words again, perhaps with a different sound according to what the reader interprets from the script!

Everywhere you can be sure the short name for Yah is Yah, then the O or U is dependent on the sounding of the Wah - Yah "U" or Yah "O" and the Wah afterwards is pretty easy!

So then you can find Yahuwah or Yahowah.

The case for Yahuwah, which could also be pronounced as Yahoowah, would be the Yahuwd, or Yahuwdym, Dahuwd and other evidences you can see.

However Yah always refers to Himself existing "Hayah" as light, so with light being "Owr" in Hebrew, I can hardly consider it wrong to speak of or write the correct name as Yahowah, which includes Yah's form of existence. Yah is Hayah existing as light!

Of course we hear also many speak of and pronounce Yah's name as Yahweh!

Any of these selections surely would be infinitely better than the corrupted "lord", so for me personally I use Yahowah, until I am told any differnt by Yah Himself!

So when you understand also that Yahowsha spoke of coming in His Fathers name, you should clearly see that Yahowsha makes perfect sense! Jesus is a complete corrution and hides Yahowah's name!

This is my rationale, correct or not, I would happily debate if it meant getting even closer to the truth!

Shalowm!
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