Justin Taylor | Genesology


Aleph Tav IAO

"The beginning, and the end."

Stay with me on this and I’m sure you’ll find it to be very interesting.

There are three letters “I,” “A” and “W” spelled out, or either as a word, i.e. IAW and WAI. One of the reasons for the juxtaposition of these three letters derives from an ancient Hebrew/Egyptian God name “IAO,” which is pronounced “Iaho.” The common expression for God, “Jah” is thought to derive from this IAO.

The variant of IAO, i.e. IAW also has another meaning. The greek letters, “I” Iota, “A” Alpha and “W” Omega, can be interpreted as “I AM the Alpha and the Omega” ... or yet another way of saying GOD. When Christ is quoted as saying, “I AM Alpha and Omega,” it means that He is the Word (Logos) that is hidden within each letter. More on this, is coming.

I am Aleph, א, and Tav, ת, the beginning and the end.

The Aleph, א, is the first character in the Hebrew alphabet and represents God, the One, the First, and the beginning.

The Tav, ת, is the last character in the Hebrew alphabet and represents a sacred enclosure or place, the most important of which is the Holy of Holies or the temple, which represent the presence of the Lord. It also represents the eternal circle of Life ... the never ending Spirit. (Ring of Saturn, snake eating its tail, etc.)

The connections between the Word, the Alphabet, and Everything are inherent in the symbol of Alpha/Omega (and the corresponding Hebrew Aleph/Tav).

Using the famous aleph tav (את), the plain meaning is the grammatical, where the aleph tav (את), tells us that God created the heavens and the earth. On an allegorical and metaphysical level, God created the aleph bet and then used the created aleph bet to ‘speak’ the world into existence. (Aleph-bet = alphabet)

The Ancient Egyptian God “Hu” was also said to have spoken the world into existence (Hu-man). The IAO is also sometimes transliterated as IEW, or with the advent of the letter "J" in English, it becomes JEW. This is not to mean Hebrew. particularly. This is an illuminated person having studied, meditated, and reach the Inner connection between Spirit and Flesh. Hence, the missed deeper meaning of a JEW being a chosen one of God, by having become one with God.

Just a thought ...

~Justin Taylor, ORDM.