Jesus Chant byJonathan Goldman
The sacred Hebrew name for Jesus is composed of consonants only–YHSVH–and is pronounced “Yod (or “Yud”) Hey Shin Vav Hey” .
YHVH– the sacred name for God in Hebrew (Yod Hey Vav Hey); sometimes the “Vav” is pronounced as a “Wah”. Christians commonly pronounce it ‘Yah way.’ The Latin version is Jehovah…The Hebrew letter Shin represents the ‘eternal flame,’ ‘third mother letter,’ and ‘root of fire’ ” and when inserted in the middle of the name for God, “represents the energy of spirit descended into matter”, and gives us the Hebrew name for Jesus–YHSVH (Yod Hey Shin Vav Hey). If you pronounce the Vav as “Wah” you get “Yud-Hey-Shin-Wah-Hey”–commonly pronounced “Yesh-u-ah”.
This Divine Name of YHSVH also represents the Intelligent Spirit entering into the Elements and is the 5-fold name of the Divine. The Divine name from the Old Testament is the 4-fold name, known as the Tetragrammeton; YHVH. This is Divine power expressed through the elements of fire, water, air, and earth that create the fabrics of time, space, and matter. The 5-fold name, YHSVH, utilizes the addition of pure Spirit into the Elements, giving life. YHSVH is seen as the ‘Godman’ or the Divine life in matter…