The Importance of the Aleph and the Tav

by | Dec 31, 2021

That’s Gen 1:1 in the Hebrew text. Here is the king Jimmy translation.

“In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.”

Genesis 1:1 KJV

Now you may not have noticed but the two letters I have highlighted in the Hebrew are missing from the King James. In fact they are missing from virtually every English translation of the bible. They are the Aleph and Tav. The first and last letters of the Hebrew alphabet or the Alpha and Omega in the Greek. Sound familiar? Here’s why.

“I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending, saith the Lord, which is, and which was, and which is to come, the Almighty.”

Revelation 1:8 KJV

This is what Strong’s has to say about them.

There is one English translation that contains the Aleph Tav and that is the Eth CEPHER by Dr Stephen Pidgeon. This is what he has to say about it in the preface to the Eth CEPHER.

The Aleph Tav תא

One Ivriyt word which has escaped translation in all English texts, is the word “eth”, which is spelled in the Ivriyt as Aleph Tav ( תא .( The Aleph א is the ox head, the symbol of strength and is often construed as a crown of leadership, and the Tav (an ex or cross) ת means the mark, or sign, or covenant. It is our election, therefore, to include all of the Aleph Tavs that show up in the text in the Tanakh, including the presence of the Aleph Tav תא) Ivriyt translation from the Greek Textus Receptus) in the text in the Brit Chadashah without benefit of direct translation.

Now to me it looks like they might refer to the alphabet. Here is another verse to consider.

In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with תא Elohiym, and Elohiym was the Word.

Yochanon (John) 1:1

So, a possible translation of the Hebrew could be. “In the beginning Elohim created the alphabet the heaven and the earth.” Now before you start screaming blasphemy and telling me how I’m not a scholar let’s keep reading.

And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Ruach Elohiym moved upon the face of the waters. And Elohiym said, Let there be light: and there was light.

BERE’SHIYTH 1:2-3 את CEPHER

So, Elohim said let there be light. How did he say anything if he hadn’t already created words? Now I would like to direct your attention to a thing called Sonolunimescence: or a star in a jar. You can google it for more information. A scientist named Seth Putterman wrote an interesting paper on the processes. Apparently if you fill a test tube with water and send certain frequencies through it you can create light. So, using sound and water we can create light.

And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Ruach Elohiym moved upon the face of the waters. And Elohiym said, Let there be light: and there was light.

BERE’SHIYTH 1:2-3 את CEPHER

Here is the big question. Who made Who? It’s the chicken and the egg problem. What sets our Elohim apart from all other Elohim?

 And Elohiym said unto El-Mosheh, Ehayah Asher Ehayah: and he said, Thus shall you say unto the children of Yashar’el, Ehayah has sent me unto you. And Elohiym said moreover unto ElMosheh, Thus shall you say unto the children of Yashar’el, Yahuah Elohai of your fathers, the Elohai of Avraham, the Elohai of Yitschaq, and the Elohai of Ya`aqov, has sent me unto you: this is my name forever, and this is my mention unto all generations.

SHEMOTH 3:14-15 את CEPHER

I Am That I Am.

Another possible translation of this could be. I Will Be What I Will to Be.

IN the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with את Elohiym, and Elohiym was the Word. The same was in the beginning with את Elohiym. All things were made by him; and without him was not anything made that was made.

YOCHANON 1:1-3 את CEPHER

“All” things. All means all. Therefore what sets our Elohim apart from all other Elohim is that he created Himself.

I am the א) Aleph) and the ת) Tav), the beginning and the ending, says Yahuah Elohiym, which is, and which was, and which is to come, Yahuah Tseva’oth.

CHIZAYON 1:8-8 את CEPHER

And so, I am not suggesting he is sound. Or the alphabet. The Aleph is the beginning and the Tav is the end and he is both of these and everything in between. In the beginning was the Word. That word is Logos in the Greek or in the Hebrew it would be Torah.

The English language is insufficient to express the meaning of the word Torah. To me it not only means the Word or the Law or the instructions. It means all of those things. And so when he created himself he created something beyond what we can conceive. Something we cannot create.

Sound. Word. Instructions. Law. Existence. Torah

Torah is the boundaries within which existence is possible. If we reach outside of Torah, we reach outside of what makes existence possible. Sin brings death. Sin is transgressions of the Torah. Clearly Yah did not create us to be a bunch of puppets or we would not have free will. Therefore, Heaven is not a place where we can not sin. Heaven is a place where we all choose not to sin. Where we all abide in the sound of His Word which is the Instruction of the Law. Where we no longer worship through tradition the light which is part of creation. Where we all worship in truth YAHUAH.

YAHDA YAHUAH YAHUSHA

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