Hebrew Roots Research Reveals:

There is no letter W in Hebrew

We often spell ESAU as it is spelled in Hebrew (AYIN-SHIN-UAU),

but some prefer to spell it “ESAW” - as if it has a letter W.

Notice how there's no change in the way it is pronounced either way one prefers to write it today. Many teachers use the “W” unnecessarily in transliterating many words, using both "U" and "W" as we see in the spelling “YAHUWAH.”  All that is needed is the letter “U” and drop the new letter "W"  - leaving a simpler spelling “YAHUAH.” There's no difference in the way either is pronounced, but the added letter "double-U" (W) influences a reader to believe the letter "W" is in the word. The original language of mankind was Eberith (speech of Eber). The written script of this language is suffering today by revisions believed to be authentic, but are being promoted widely by new websites on the Internet.

Some show you a "modern Hebrew" script, but it was brought back from Babel, and is Aramith. Others mingle Egyptian characters into charts they made up based on cave drawings made by Hyksos slaves at Serabit ha'Khadem. The cave was nearby a temple dedicated to Hathor, the Egyptian "mistress of turquoise."

Notice how the Greek letter upsilon was adopted directly from

the Hebrew letter in the illustration below:


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Ockham’s razor will help reduce problems if we apply it to this situation.

This forms the basis for the lyrical alterations made below:

All You Need Is U


G                      D/F#                   Em

There's no double-U  that can't be “U” . . .


G                              D/F#                  Em

There’s nothing wrong with “U”    --  but double-U ; . . .


D7/A               G                      D/F#               D7/A                  

Nothing more to say, but you can learn to say the Name . . .        


D7/A      D7 (bass drops from D, C, B, . . .)

With “U” . . .




G          A7       D7

All you need is  “U”


G          A7       D7

All you need is “U”


G          B7       Em        G/D (G6, D bass)

All you need is “U”  . . .  “U”


C      D7      G

“U” is all you need




Mal 3:16-18:

 "Then shall those who fear Yahuah speak to one another, and Yahuah listen and hear, and a book of remembrance be written before Him, of those who fear Yahuah, and those who think upon His Name.

'And they shall be Mine,' said Yahuah Tsabaoth, 'on the day that I prepare a treasured possession. And I shall spare them as a man spares his own son who serves him.

Then you shall again see the difference between the righteous and the wrong, between one who serves Alahim and one who does not serve Him.'"







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written by Lew White