In an article I published here in this column, titled, True Descendants of Ab-ram are in Ghana; An Analysis on Biblical Slavery Establishes, it was established that some true descendants of the biblical Ab-Ram (Abraham), the holy friend and servant of the Creator, are today living in Ghana.
And only recently too, while battling with studies in Ghabaray, (ancient or paleo Hebrew), I stumbled upon some irrefutable evidence establishing beyond any shadow of doubt that one can indeed find in Ghana some true descendants of holy father Ab-Ram living there even though Ghanaians are ignorant of this truth about their own holy descent!
This evidence is based on my discovery in Ghana of the true name of the Creator, in Ghabaray, and the names of the sons and grandsons of father Ab-Ram being used there, among even some of the ordinary people, without Ghanaians knowing of the sacred and holy nature of these names so they may accord them some reverence!!
All these names that are discovered are still almost intact in pure Ghabaray language, which is over 4,000 years old!
Now, Ghabaray, which is also known as Lashawan Qadash (aka holy tongue), is sadly no longer spoken among Ghanaians today, and not to even talk about it being spoken among any others of mankind too, because of the fulfillment of the Word of the Most High One to this effect—that this language would cease to be spoken someday on Earth but would resurrect and sometime again be spoken among His chosen people!
You may want to refer to Tsafan-YA'OH (Zephaniah) 3:9 of the Christian Bible to read concerning a promise of the Creator on the future return of Ghabaray to be spoken by His people on Earth.
Without doubt, Ghabaray is the only language the Creator ever speaks either to Himself or to anyone of His people or anything of His Creation at all, inclusive of trees and rocks in order to demand their obedience!!
Therefore, Ghabaray is the language the Creator spoke to effect Creation and thus the original language of the written scriptures too!
So then, these names in Ghabaray that are found in Ghana are of great value and importance, since the names of people uniquely determine who a people are and also establish a direct relationship or oneness between any group of people living communally or in one geographic region who are seen to bear same or similar names.
Also, names can be used to trace people to their places and times of origin, going as far back in time as possible to when these people came to exist on Earth.
Since, undoubtedly, the true name of the Most High One that was ever known on Earth is the bona fide property of only the house of YA'OH-Shar-AL, (that is, Israel), who are the known descendants of Ab-Ram, this name of the Creator and those of some important persons of the house of YA'OH-Shar-AL were normally found to exist in such proximity to each other that wherever one was found the other too was seen close by or even within the other.
So then, if the name of the Creator in Ghabaray can be found intrinsically woven into any personal names of any people on Earth today, this will strongly establish and confirm the fact that such people belong to or relate with the Creator in a unique and special way!!
But of course, this fact does not apply to such unholy non-Ghabaray personal names like Godson, Godwin, etc., which are rooted in an unholy Canaanite language, English, and thus also relate to the unholy pagan deity called God in order to establish him as the one who owns the people bearing such names.
From the little I have learned about how the descendants of Ab-Ram named their male children when born, it was common for them to incorporate the true full name of Most High One into the child's personal name, as either a prefix or suffix to it.
Such sacred personal names of male children of the house of YA'OH-Shar-AL which have the holy name of the Most High One incorporated into them are known among biblical scholars as theophoric names. And I have come to learn that as many as 139 of such names have existed in history!!
This number covers names that have so far been discovered or unearthed from studies of Ghabaray to have been used in the past but might have become lost to antiquity and thus are no longer in use today.
However, these names would have been clearly visible in the Tanakh, if it were never translated from Ghabaray into the Gay (Gentile) languages of the Earth without authorization by Most High One.
So then, if the Tanakh had been kept intact in its original state in Ghabaray, and was never translated, firstly, into the LXX or Septuagint, then the Vulgate, then the KJV, and others, all these many theophoric names would have been preserved intact in it.
And then, no one would ever have been misled to think of today's Caucasian Jews, none of whose names are in Ghabaray at all (but who only have some of their names in Modern Hebrew) and not to talk about them not having any theophoric names as their own, which are necessary for them to prove they are descendants of Ab-Ram.
Let me state here and now that the true name of the Most High One in Ghabaray is YA'OH: A name which connotes every imaginable holy and perfect attribute of the Creator and therefore defies any specific or concise meaning; but whose meaning could fill a trillion encyclopedias.
Unfortunately, I am unable in this short article to teach how this name of the Most High One was obtained from studies in Ghabaray today, as unearthed from the debris of antiquity which had for long covered it, and so, I plead with readers that they may for now accept it as it is, and that they too may do their research in order get to this same revelation of name.
But then, just as many have over centuries accepted without questioning the Canaanite name “God” which was given to mankind as being the name of the Most High One, I suggest that they do the same in the name YA'OH too!!
The first theophoric name in Ghabaray uncovered from the scriptures, incidentally, happens to be the name of the first-born son of Ab-Ram. He was called YA'OH-Shmai-AL (aka Ishmael, as has sadly been over-hyped in the Christian English Bible). Its meaning in English is, YA'OH is He who hears. Note that the YA'OH component of this name, YA'OH-Shmai-AL is a prefix to the name.
The second theophoric name is also incidentally the name of the second son of Ab-Ram. This name is YA'OH-Tsakhak in pure Ghabaray.
This pure and holy name has however been heavily corrupted in the Christian Bible to Isaac and which I can confidently say is meaningless, since it does not come from any root word in English but is so derived as an imitation of the Ghabaray sound for only the Tsakhak part of this theophoric name.
On the other hand, the meaning in English of the Ghabaray name YA'OH-Tsakhak, is “YA'OH-Laughs”. This meaning is derived from the understanding of Barashayth (Genesis) 17:17 whereby it was YA'OH, who, at the end of the day that laughed when Sarah brought forth a son for Ab-Ram just as YA'OH said she would, and not Sarah who had the last laugh!!
You see, because the LXX translators were scared of the holy name, YA'OH, of the Most High One, simply because they, being of the Gay (Gentile) house of Kanaan (or Canaanites), neither owned the name YA'OH nor did this name own them, they stayed away from courting any trouble to themselves by not doing anything to the YA'OH component in YA'OH-Tsakhak, in not trying to translate it.
They therefore completely detached it from the name YA'H-Tsakhak, so as to have only the Tsakhak part remaining which they then rendered in such a way for it to later-on become the meaningless Isaac of English translators, which they gave to their readers of the KJV and other versions of the Christian English Bible.
Now, history has it that the birth of YA'OH-Tsakhak was around 1897BCE and so this birth must have taken place about 4,117 years ago from today in 2020CE!
So then, it would have just been ordinarily impossible to find in Ghana, these 4,117 many years later, a prosperous businessman of my father's age at the time when I was in college, who would have been called Yaw Tsika despite all the pressures put on the Ghanaian culture, linguistics, and its vernacular grammar by English literature, if this Yaw Tsika was not indeed the same name as YA'OH-Tsakhak and therefore a direct ancestor of Ab-Ram, and thus establish this pure-blooded Ghanaian as being a pure-blooded YA'OH-Shar-ALay (Israelite) too, as a matter of cause!!
My great find and proof of Yaw Tsika ever living in Ghana as a probable descendant of the biblical YA'OH-Tsakhak, of the holy seed of Ab-Ram, very much delighted and spurred me on to further look for more typically local Ghanaian names which could lead me to further establish the fact, beyond the obvious truths of the Trans-Atlantic slave trade which I presented as evidence in my previous article and also I referred to earlier in this article, that Ghana is without doubt a colony of people who descend from Ab-Ram and that this same Ab-Ram was indeed our holy father and the one same best friend of the Creator as revealed in the scriptures!
My third theophoric name is the name of one of the twin sons of YA'OH-Tsakhak (aka Isaac) who was called YA'OH-Ghakab (aka Jacob of the Christian Bible) and whose fraternal twin brother was called Ghasho (aka Esau as coined by Canaanite English translators).
The meaning of YA'OH-Ghakab is YA'OH supplants since, at the end of the day, it was YA'OH who supplanted YA'OH-Ghakab ahead of his elder twin brother Ghasho.
Now, from the historical record, the birth of these twins was around 1800BCE and thus some 4,000 years ago today in 2020CE.
So then, if after all these 4,000 long years we can find a man in Ghana today going by the pure and unadulterated local Ghanaian name, Yao Geker, then there must be a very high likelihood or probability that this Yao Geker man and those of his ancestral lineage before him could only be descendants of YA'OH-Ghakab and thus of YA'OH-Tsakhak and of Ab-Ram too, the slight variations in the spelling of the names Yao Geker and YA'OH-Ghakab notwithstanding!!
You see, the Ghanaian culture has been heavily Europeanized ever since the arrival of Europeans in the Gold Coast (which is today's Ghana)! Also, because of the dialectical differences or slight variation in the tribal languages in Ghana, it is therefore not farfetched to say that what once stood as YA'OH among them could and has indeed now become YAW or YAO as is seen to be the case here in the one same expanse of land now called Ghana.
Now, a name is first and foremost a sound belonging to a particular culture and is meant to be properly uttered for it to elicit an appropriate attention and the proper response, and yet may be written down in letters so that how it may be uttered and may never be easily forgotten!!
And as YAW and YAO or YA'OH, though different in writing to the tribes in Ghana, are nonetheless the same in sound when uttered across all dialects of Ghana, so may Ghanaians pay due reverence to YA'OH, the name of their Maker in Ghabaray, without them even knowing it?
I foresee holy and good days of renaissance and revival ahead for Ghana in all of these revelations on the holy ancestry of Ghanaians and of their holy Deity, YA'OH!
It is obvious from the foregoing that theophoric names often turn out to be borne by persons who are fully owned by the Creator from the inception of their births and are thus always people who are consecrated to render Him service till their death!
You see, the YA'OH component in all theophoric names gives the indication of the one who owns the person who bears the name as being YA'OH the Creator!!
And so, theophoric names are commonly the names of zakanym (elders or family heads), malakym (kings), nabaym (prophets) and kahanym (priests) all of who are people who are always chosen by YA'OH to represent Him as leaders only in the nation of YA'OH-Shar-AL.
It seems to me, when YA'OH changed the name of YA'OH-Ghakab after the latter's sterling performance in a night-time wrestling match with a holy malak (angel) to YA'OH-Shar-AL, that YA'OH was working toward owning forever, not only the person whose name He changed but also all of his offspring who He would establish as citizens of one nation and as the perpetual owners of all the lands of Kanaan He would aid them to conquer!!
And so has the name YA'OH-Shar-AL become synonymous with holy lands, the holy people of these lands who are the children of this holy man whose name YA'OH changed, with him as their father and head over this nation; all under YA'OH!
Note that the AL in YA'OH-Shar-AL stands for ALA'AYM which is one of the many titles of the Most High One and is known as God by Canaanite Englishmen, and hence the name YA'OH-Shar-AL is firmly secured within the name YA'OH and the title ALA'AYM of the Most High One as a sign of eternal ownership by Him.
From my elementary studies of Ghabaray, I have come across a few male names which look similar to some male names in Ghana and also male gender Ghabaray words that look the same as typical male Ghanaian names, which I'd like to share with readers of this article.
The first is the Ghabaray male name Abaym, pronounced with an 'i' in place of the 'y' in it, and which means Fathers in the majestic plural, even though Abaym is in the third person singular pronoun.
Note that Abaym is neither the Abijah of the KJV nor Abiyam as in other versions of the Christian Bible.
The name Abaym sounds very much the same as the Ghanaian male name Abaam of the Sefwi and Abam of the Fante people!
This close relationship in these male names, in Ghabaray and Ghanaian vernacular, has stirred me into thinking whether any man bearing any of the typical local Ghanaian names of Abaam or Abam found living in Ghana may after all, not be a descendant of king Abaym of the royal house of YA'OH-Shar-AL and also of Ab-Ram!!
The second is the Ghabaray word Amarthay which is almost the same in appearance to the male Ghanaian name Amartey of the Ga people of the Greater Accra Region of Ghana. Interestingly, this Ga name, Amartey, sounds very much like the Ghabaray word Amarthay.
Now, Amarthay is composed of the verb Amar (which means, say or spoke) which is then suffixed by the first person personal singular masculine pronoun thay (I). So then, the Ghabaray word Amar-thay means I spoke.
And since the Ga people of Ghana have many of their long-standing cultural practices, such as their 'eighth-day circumcision' of their male child which is in line with Thorah instruction and their yearly celebration of their Homowo Festival almost in line with that of the biblical Pasakh (Passover) of the house of YA'OH-Shar-AL, it seems to me that any man in Ghana of the Ga tribe who bears the name Amartey is undoubtedly a descendant of Ab-Ram and thus a pure-blooded YA'OH-Shar-Alay, and that the entire Ga tribe of Ghana too must be descendants of Ab-Ram!
Wonderfully, at the [email protected] Parade at the Independence Square in Accra in 2017CE, as a very handsome and noble-looking Nunmo Nii Gbelefo III of the Osu Traditional Area stood facing East to pour libation and pray in the Ga language with he and all beside him dressed in immaculate white, one heard the women among those assembled around him intermittently back his prayer with the utterances of YA'OH, YA'OH, while clapping their hands in holy invocation of the presence of the Most High One!!
You may want to view this inspiring and special prayer on YouTube video via the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j03APoyv5X4, timing from the 37:50th--43:50th minute of the video.
Thirdly and finally, let us consider a Ghanaian name given to only twins but to both sexes across the entire country. This name is written in Ghanaian vernacular as, Atta, and pronounced just as it is written in all over Ghana.
I have the strong feeling that Atta is derived from the first and last of the 22 consonant-only alphabets of the Ghabaray-script, whose first letter of its alphabet is pronounced as, 'A-a', and the last as, 'Th-a'.
And so, when the first and last alphabets in Ghabaray are put together they become A-aTh-a. But since the 'A' of the first alphabet in Ghabaray is never written, because it is not a consonant and also because a double 'a' vowel sound does not exist in Ghabaray, we have this word simply as aTha which I believe has become corrupted as Atta in today's Ghanaian parlance and further corrupted as Arthur in English usage.
Interestingly, the Greeks have alpha as their first alphabet and omega as the last. From this, the Christian bible derives the name Alpha&Omega for the deity God of its Christian believers who these believers boast as being the first and the last in everything in HaShamaym (the Heavens) and HaArats (the Earth).
The sacredness which Christian believers attach to the Christian bible generally, and thus the name Alpha&Omega in this bible, in particular, might have been learned from the sacredness that is due to aTha, the First and the Last in holy Ghabaray thought and He who alone works wonders in producing [identical] twins in one birth by calling or speaking them into being, as being indeed the only first and last in everything!
Before concluding this article, I'd like to say a few things about the Ghabaray language in general and draw my readers' attention to a specific single quote in almost pure Ghabaray found in even the Christian Bible!!
I suppose readers of the Christian Bible, particularly Ghanaians, may not as yet appreciate what a beautiful and holy language Ghabaray is in relation to their local vernacular languages and what value the significance of that single quote of Ghabaray in the Christian Bible should mean to Ghanaians!!
And so, before my conclusion of this article, I'd like to draw attention to how Ghanaian languages relate to Ghabaray directly and strongly!
Now, as has already been said here in this article, every word in Ghabaray is composed of 22 single and in a few instances, two, consonant letters or alphabets that form the language. So then, Ghabaray is a consonant-only script.
However, Ghabaray does not have any Jay or Jah sound in it by which names such as JESUS, Jew, James, John, Jeremiah, Jonah, etc., of the Christian Bible may be generated.
Also, Ghabaray is written and read from one's right-hand side to the left and has no punctuation marks since it is a language that is spoken by YA'OH, who, for obvious reasons, never needs to take a breath when speaking!!
To be able to read this consonant-only script of Ghabaray, the reader must utter every consonant letter as if with an inherent short 'a' vowel within it; as in La, Ba, Cha, Ka, Da, etc., for all of its 22 single or two consonants forming its alphabets.
In reality, however, Ghabaray can never be written in a combination of caps and small letters (as in all Canaanite languages such as English) but only in small letters!! So then, I pray readers may not be misled by my last line of the preceding paragraph into thinking of written Ghabaray to exist both in caps and small letters!
The following table comprises 22 single or two consonant letters of the English alphabet in combination with short 'a' vowel letters in order to capture how each of all the 22 alphabets of Ghabaray must sound when uttered; while another table that shows how the actual Ghabaray alphabets look like is also attached at the end of the article for the benefit of readers.
Note that, the table below is read from top to bottom and from the right to the left while the one at the end of this article explains itself:
In the Christian Bible book of Matthew, chapter 27 and verse 46, we read the words Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani?
Now, this is supposed to be in the purest of the Ghabaray language if these words were indeed ever uttered by one who is indeed the son of the Most High One as is claimed by many people to have been! And if this be so, should his utterance not have rather been, alay alay lama sabachthanay.
This stint of Ghabaray in the New Testament of the Christian Bible, if it is indeed real, will seem to me to be the most logical words to have come out of the mouth of one who is today believed to have been the son of the Most High One who had some time ago come from Shamaym (Heavens) to Earth to die to save mankind from sin.
This brief statement in Ghabaray too should be deemed a strong supposition that this son of the Most High One indeed once came physically to Earth.
And so, all who await the so-called promised return of this son must do so while in readiness to hear him speak to them in Ghabaray should he indeed ever return to Earth!
For how would any son of the Most High One speak to his own Father in any other language beside the only one language which this Father speaks, has always spoken from time immemorial and what He spoke in creating the universe?
This record of a cry in pure Ghabaray to the Father by a son in pain gives me some measure of assurance that, indeed, a son of the Most High One once visited our Earth.
This record also gives me the strong revelation as it relates to Ghabaray in the Ghanaian cultural landscape and to this cry of a Savior in pain at the point of death must be very comforting to my fellow Ghanaians in this Savior being one of their own indeed!!
In all of this, if we had the entire Tanakh still in Ghabaray, we would still have had all the titles or names of books, names of their writers, names of places, feasts, etc., in Ghabaray for easy comparison with any authentic local names in use among Ghanaians today, just as has been done with YA'OH and YAW or YAO in earlier parts of this article, to determine the true origin of any people who bear or use them as being of the house of Ab-Ram and thus of the house of YA'OH-Shar-AL.
You see, the preponderance of the short 'a' vowel in all book titles of the Tanakh and the names of their writers, names of malakym (kings), nabaym (prophets), kahanym (priests), zakanym (elders or family heads), etc., would have led to the obvious link between Ghanaian names of people and places and thus confirm Ghanaians names as emanating from the Tanakh.
Thus, Ghanaians would have long ago seen themselves to have indeed descended from the house of Ab-Ram and thus of the house of YA'OH-Shar-AL too!!
Check out such names of books of the Tanakh as Barashayth (Genesis), Shamat (Exodus), Bayakra (Leviticus), Bamadbar (Numbers) and Dabaraym (Deuteronomy) and names of such holy people as Mashah (Moses), Shalamah (Solomon), Yashai-YA'OH (Isaiah), Yaram-YA'OH (Jeremiah), Tsafan-YA'OH (Zephaniah) and Zachar-YA'OH (Zechariah) who wrote some of the books of the Tanakh.
Check out furthermore such names of malakym (kings) of the house of YA'OH-Shar-AL as Akhaz (not Ahaz as in the Christian Bible), YA'OH-Ram (and not Joram or Jehoram of the Christian Bible), Khazak-YA'OH or Yakhazak-YA'OH (and not Hezekiah of the Christian Bible).
In all of these, please, note the preponderance of the short 'a' vowel sound over all other sounds in these names. Now, go further to compare this finding concerning the short 'a' vowel in Gbabaray names (and words) in the Tanakh with such original local Ghanaian names (and words) that exist across the length and breadth of Ghana and tell me why you don't accept the Ghanaian vernacular is pure Ghabaray!!
In southern Ghana, we have such typical local Ghanaian names (and words) as: Asanka, Amankwa, Abankwa, Asamang, Asankrangwa, Dabanka, Dankwa, Kantanka, Mama Tanaa, Gyataba, Gyata, Banda, Danta, all of which look similar to the type of holy Ghabaray words recorded in Matthew 27:46 of the Christian Bible!
In the northern part of Ghana, the homelands of Atta Nangtagma, Haruna Atta, Abanga Asampana, Zakpa Sakara, etc., we have such tribal groupings as Dagara, Wala, Sisala, Vagla, Frafra, Chamba, Dagbanba, Kpankpanba or others from among whom people were captured as slaves in times past and held in slave posts in today's Paga, Sandama, Salaga and Wa to fuel the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade between West Africa and the then New World of the Americas.
And as is commonly known today, the majority of slaves who were transported to the sugar-cane plantations in the Americas came from the northern parts of Ghana whose tribal groupings included Dagara, Wala, Sisala, Vagla, Frafra, Chamba, Dagbanba, Kpankpanba and the names of their villages and towns like Paga, Sandama, Sankana, Sabarla, Nanga, Salaga, Wa and Larabanga, etc., and the personal names of their people comprising Bara, Nangta, Tangana, Tabang, Tangama, Sakara, Atanga, Akamba, Asampana, Ayamga, Abanga, Sangtah, all of which names are deeply rooted in Ghabaray phonetics.
Beyond the borders of Northern Ghana and their tribal groupings exist other Ghabaraym people as the Wangara, Zambarama, Bamwara and others who also suffered the slavery of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade and must thus be kinsmen of Ghanaians of common ancestry and destiny as the house of Ab-Ram.
From all the foregoing, it must be obvious where Ghanaians have originated from and who their ancestors have been; with the Canaanite Bible of Christians bearing vivid testimony to these facts. And so, be not deceived by the lies of Ashkenazi and Sephardim Jews who claim descent from the house of Ab-Ram and of YA'OH-Shar-AL (Israel).
And so, if you are living in Ghana and have been brainwashed into believing the blonde-haired Caucasian idol of name JESUS CHRIST, do not further be made stupid and a fool into believing that whenever you are on your way to church on Sunday and you met any Caucasian man or woman, just return home for having met your God and Creator who has answered your prayers!!
My dear Black brothers and descendants of the house of YA'OH-Shar-AL who are begotten out of the loins of holy Ab-Ram, I commit you into the hands of YA'OH the True Creator till I come your way with another episode of this column. I pray the peace of YA'OH upon you: Shalawam.
The writer, NngmingBongle Bapuohyele aka Tabal-YA'OH Ban Ab-YA'OH, is a Thorah-Based Life-Coach of HaBaYTh YA'OH-Shar-AL (GH) and Author. His Email Contact Address is: [email protected]
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