Author Topic: What is the truth behind the word "halleluyah" is it occultish or godly praise?  (Read 2152 times)

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For quite some time when i learned that the word in question if turned around was ya allah hu, i started to wonder if there was a dilliberate attempt to use god's name for naferious reasons by jews or christians or by who ever that invented that word.

I decided to do some digging, i alreaady knew that those who are occult use words and sounds to do their wicked deeds. But i wanted to know if this was an attack on islam. From what i learned from these 2 sources, it seems that the very words that christians and jews use without having knowledge are used for magic, but those who do "WORK IN LORD'S NAME" are indeed as their own bible accounts wont be saved. Because what they are doing is they are doing magic.

Please brother osama help me understand these 2 sources i found, also these sources show that the tetagramento or also known as star of david is indeed satanic, because people in history used them for that purpose. Also i sadebed to report that there are words that are mentioned that are even used in main stream media that are indeed magical words so we need to be really careful of what we watch or try to say.

http://ahayahyashiya.blogspot.com/2014/04/hallelujah-are-you-actually-praising.html?m=1

http://reocities.com/Athens/Forum/1611/name41.html


I just want to understand what the true origin of that word is from, are christians tricketed into using occultish words.

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Iono why my keyboard messed up "also wanted" to "sabebad" or watever, anyways, would like your insight on this topic.

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Srry if i phraised it as attack on islam, what i meant was a misconception by some muslims. When i learned about that it seemed that some muslims were trying to find the name allah in bible and thought this might be it. But i feel there is something really mysterious anout that word that christians say and it doesnt seem like something that would be exactly connected to god almighty.  Like this brother tried to prove this word is indeed refering to allah. But i question the entire word itself, because i know that those who do occultish deeds play around with words and their pronounciations.

http://www.hipforums.com/forum/topic/133187-alleluia-allahs-name-in-the-bible-textually-literally-photostat-eids-gift-to-y/

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Asalam ul laykum brothers, brother Osama I would like if you answer this post for me. I want to know the truth behind the word halleluyah( hallelujah, alleluja, etc..)

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as you know there is a saying that iblis reads the quran in the opposite direction, thus many muslims believe that hallelujah or halleluyah or alleluyah is saying ya allah hu, in the opposite direction. I wonder if this was done intentionally because this word halleluyah which Christian call the highest praise did not exist in early churches infact it is a modern creation. Going back only few centuries.

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The more I do research on this matter I get different historical accounts that say the same thing that the word Yah or Jah does not mean god, but it is a name of a Babylonian idol, or others say that it is actually praising Satan. Also, there were pastors from the time of George F. Handel, who were opposed of god's word being used in such ways. Another thing to note is that the European Elite's supported this action, which makes me wonder if this corruption actually benefits them some how.

http://ahayahyashiya.blogspot.com/2014/04/hallelujah-are-you-actually-praising.html

http://whyapostolic.com/html/halleluyah-more-facts.html

http://www.christianitytoday.com/history/people/musiciansartistsandwriters/george-frideric-handel.html

I also wanted to see if this corruption also had connection with other corruptions in the Christian history, such as the Frankist Movement and Illuminati. Both who seeked to destroy Christianity and Catholic Church, what is interesting to note is that everything was happening in a time line.

1726 - Frankist Movement
1746 - George F. Handel started his piece the Messiah and started the word "halleluyah"
1760s - Adam Weishaupt created Illuminati with financial support from the Rothschild

It could be possible that in the 1700s Christianity lost it's spirituality through continuous attack from satan and other forces that wanted to use it for their nefarious purpose. It is not to say that they ever had the correct Christianity in the first place since during Emporer Constantine time their was much theological war. but it seems that it was in 1700s where Christianity became an entity that shaitan would use for his means.

So I believe the word halleluyah could definatly be for praising the idol Yah: http://yahwehism.com/yah.html

So in truth I believe it is just a coincidence that the very word that Christians were tricked to use to praise an idol apparently by some people seems that turn around says ya allah hu. Usually, I am not among the people who believes in coincidences, but the more I research it doesn't seem likely even one bit that this word was made to be used against us or to be used to incite hate against us, unknowingly by the reciters, and known only by the creator of the word.