In 2500BC there was no Greek empire or nation. In 2500BC there was no Persian empire or nation. This leaves us with the Hittite and Egyptian as the only existing kingdoms or nations of people. And, in both the Hittite and Egyptian kingdoms there is a ya, yah, god. The Yah god in Egypt with which the Jews had contact is the moon god.Der Name Jahweh besteht aus eine Kurzform JH und einer Langform HWH. Im alt-arabischen Dialekt bedeutet die Langform "fallen".
Ya is the name of a god added to several Hittite kings: Tudhali-ya I (1700BC), Tudhali-ya II, Tudhali-ya III, Tudhali-ya IV, and Tudhali-ya V. These all lived before Abraham. What is interesting is the names: Tud-haliyah can be the very same as Tud-hallelyah or Tud-hallelijah. His name would then mean, praise the Ya god of Tud, or the Ya god of Tud is to be praised.
As I was doing my research into the gods of the Hittites it was discovered that they were conquered by the Assyrians. The Assyrians are the people of Assyria or Syria. The Names Syria and Assyria are connected to Ashur the son of Shem. Ashur is the same as Assyr or Asuriya and Suriya. Now Assyria is the same as Assyr and Ashur. But here is the point of our attention: at some point in time the name of the god Ya was added to this name to form Assyr-ia or Assyr-ya, which is the same as Assyryah. We may then see that Assyria is the same as Assyrya and also Assyryah, even Assyrjah. This indicates that this ya god was identified as the god of Ashur . Thus when the name of Ashur is transliterated into Assyria we have an entire nation of people who became the Assyrians whose god was Ya. The name of this yah god has been in the name of Syria from ancient times. We see then that Syr-ia is none other than the same as Ashur-ia and this links the Ya god to a time many centuries before there was an Abraham or Israel. And in this regard why is Israel ending in "el" a contraction from Elohim and not ending in "ya" as in Israya, or Israia? Since God himself changed Jacob's name to Israel, would he not refer to himself as "Ya" if indeed this was his name?
So then, when Jewish and Gentile scholars claim Ya was a foreign deity from outside the Babylonian pantheon of gods, we can see easily the source(s) of this deity at least among the ancient Hittites and Egyptians, transferred to Assyria then into Babylon and then among the Jews. It is false to claim the god Ya was a foreign deity transferred to the Hittites, Assyrias, and Babylonians from Israel.
(Quelle: Pastor Reckart)
Die Langform wird meist von der Verbwurzel הוה HWH abgeleitet. Im Altarabischen heisst dieses Verb „fallen“; Exegeten des 19. Jahrhunderts deuteten den Namen daher kausativ mit „der Fällende“ und bezogen ihn auf eine Gewittergottheit. (Quelle: Wiki)Die echte Bedeutung von Jahweh kann man im Nachhinein nur unsicher definieren. Rein theoretisch kann man ein "Gefallener Gott" konstruieren ???