The Tetragrammaton: Name of Four Letters
Thus will I magnify
myself, and sanctify myself; and I will be known in the eyes of many nations,
and they shall know that I am the LORD.
Ezekiel 38:23 (Spoke 4, Cycle 2)
The great name of God, , Yod Heh Vav Heh,
the Tetragrammaton, the Name of Four Letters, is often represented by pius Jews
by writing the letter Dalet in its place to avoid any possible violation
of its sanctity. This is a small reflection of supernatural integration
of this Divine Name, the Letter Dalet, and
the Number 4. Using modular notation, we arrive
at the following representation the numerical weight of the Tetragrammaton:
(YHVH) = 26 = 4 + 22 = 42 =
This equation also shows that Cell 26 resides on Cycle 2 of Spoke 4. It corresponds to the
Book of Ezekiel, which was designed by God around the phrase "know that I am the LORD."
The graph below shows the distribution of this phrase throughout the entire Bible. The peak
corresponds to Ezekiel on Spoke 4, where 82% of all occurrences are found.
Using the numerical value of the Tetragrammaton, we can interpret the assertion as
"know that I am 26" and we can see how God supernaturally marked Book 26
and set it apart from all others to glorify His Holy Name.
This same phenomenon is seen in the Gospel of John on Spoke 21 where the
Divine Name I AM, which has the value 21,
is maximized. The fact that there
are multiple KeyLinks between John and Isaiah 43 based on this Divine Name amplifies the
profound significance of this correlation.
Yet this is but the beginning of the divine integration. The Lord made His assertion that
we would know that He is YHVH, the Tetragrammaton, the name of Four Letters,
on Spoke 4. We have a double integration with both the Number 26 and the Number 4. And beyond
all this, the Number 4 and the Letter Dalet are deeply integrated with the concept "to know" as
it is written in Genesis 4, which opens with the words: "And Adam knew Eve his wife."
This is discussed in the article on Genesis 4.
It is generally true that biblical names describe the character of the individual in view. This is particularly
true of God's Names, which are one of the primary ways He has recvealed His Nature to us.
When God declared:
I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end, saith the Lord,
which is, and which was, and which is to come, the Almighty.
In Hebrew, the three tenses represented in this verse are written as:
|There was||There is||The will be|
| (Hayah)|| (Havah)|| (Yahi)|
Drawing from just these three tenses, we discover the eternal name of God, the
Tetragrammaton, (YHVH), meaning * HE WHO IS * WAS * WILL BE *.
This name is discussed further in the Gematria Reference under the Number 543. Scripture reveals the personal name of
the Eternal God as conveying the idea of
essential being, which is the same meaning conveyed in his sign Aleph Tav (cf. GR 401) and its
Greek equivalent Alpha Omega = 801 = The Creator.