Appendix

This list of selected Hebrew names is based on the Hebrew name for Name, Yahweh, or a singular form for Name, El, or both. Name [Life or God] says, “Do not fear (yirah), for I have redeemed you. I have called you by your [new] name. You [are] Mine.”[89] Name first spoke this to Israel. We receive our new names written on a symbolic white stone, “a new name written on the stone that no one knows except he who receives it.”[90] Until then, we are using substitute names to practice Word’s principle of loving the enemies of conscience, for it puts our focus on their essence not their physical presence.

Life also spoke the el-elohe-name to Israel first. It moved him to name an altar with it, an altar symbolizing recognition of full or partial blindness, and thus using his own name in it, calling it “El-Elohe-Israel.”[91] This is at the core of word-vision, for El, being a singular form for Name, is joined to Elohe, short for Elohim, a plural form for Him, and to Israel, the name of an individual and a nation-name. In one conjoined name, El-Elohe-Israel, Name joins Israel’s multi-light-forms to His own in Word.

Word shows us the principle at work in the conjoined name by teaching us to love “Yahweh (Name) your God (Elohim) with all your heart…[and] your neighbor as yourself. I [am] Yahweh (Name).”[92] Interpreted, love your neighbor as though they were you, it means we love them, make them more important, by loving Name through them as though they were us. So, if you choose Jehu for your name, your conjoined name is El-Elohe-Jehu, the structure of the principle in all your word-visions – to love Name through everyone this way.

All of us have a conjoined name whether or not we are aware of it or have chosen a substitute for it. Thus, word-vision, and all of our communication for that matter, exists between our el-elohe-names. Life talks to itself, and we are part of it, not all of it.


End Notes



5.   If we add a fifth, Japan, for example, there are four sets with each having a three-way relationship. The first set could be between Israel and Palestine and between the United States, Iran and Japan; the second between the United States and Palestine and between Iran, Israel and Japan; the third between Iran and Palestine and between Israel, the United States and Japan; and the fourth between Japan and Palestine and between Iran, Israel and the United States.

Keeping the three-way, four-way and so on in the second part of sets allows for the clarity of aligned or opposing baseline perception between any two to expand depth through the rest. The other pairs in our example, such as between Iran and United States, are in the three-way relationships but can be formed as a pair in their set to form the baseline. Considering how nation-names permeate each other, establishing sets is quite automatic unless we are blind to permeation.


6.  Whether symbolic or not, the measurement of an angel is that of a man,[96] and one measurement of the former illuminates the entire earth.[97] It explains how the world can be in everyone’s national conscience. 


7. With its some forty translations into English, the Greek word poieó should be translated one way in word-vision, ‘to form’. It is another word for the process of envisioning, as its counterpart asah in Hebrew. 


[89] Isaiah 43:1 

[90] Revelation 2:17 

[91] Genesis 33:20 

[92] Deuteronomy 6:5; Leviticus 19:18

[96] Revelation 21:17

[97] Revelation 18:1

References

Genesis

       7:1 [44]

       10:6 [39]

       18:32 [46]

       33:1, 3, 10, 20 [38]

       33:20 [25]

       33:20 [91]

 

Exodus 

21:22–25 [70]


Leviticus

19:18 [92]

20:22 [51]

      

Deuteronomy

       6:5 [92]

       12:31 [49]

 

Psalms

       18:26 [8]

       18:26 [43]

       19:9 [4]

       19:9 [66]

       35:12–14 [52]

       89:19 [42]

       89:19 [63]

       107:20 [30]

       107:20 [61]

       138:2 [36] 

 

Isaiah

       11:2 [13]

       11:3–4 [5]

       26:8 [9] 

       26:8 [87]

       33:6 [12]

       33:6 [67]

       43:1 [89]

 

Lamentations 

4:20 [29] 


Ezekiel

       1:22 [16]

       1:22 [60]

       8:2 [17]

       8:2 [59]

       10:9, 13 [35]

 

 


Matthew

       1:1–17 [21]

       1:1–17 [57]

       1:18 [74]

       3:15 [45]

       5:39 [54]

       6:23–24 [68]

       6:24 [69]

      7:3–5 [56.2]

  7:6 [56.3]

  11:30 [86]

       23:32, 36 [19]

       25:31–46 [80]

 

Luke

       1:39–44 [73]

       6:35 [62]

       7:47 [48]

       11:34–36 [18]

       11:34–35 [53]

       16:9 [66]

       16:11 [67]

       21:24 [65]

       22:15 [10]

       23:24 [64]

 

John

       1:9, 4 [72]

       1:14 [7]

       5:19 [31]

       5:47 [81]

       6:63 [75]

       7:24 [41]

       8:58 [15]

       10:38 [2]

 

Romans 

1:26–27 [77]

       1:28 [56.1], [76]

       8:2 [71]


1 Corinthians 

15:44 [84] 


2 Corinthians

       2:15 [6]

       2:15 [56] 

       10:5 [1]


Galatians 

4:14 [78]

       4:14–15 [79]

 

 

 


Ephesians

1:23 [24]

       5:28 [88]


Philippians

1:9 [85] 

 

Colossians

       2:12 [14]

       3:11 [22]

       3:23 [83]

 

2 Thessalonians

2:9, 10 [40]


1 Timothy

       3:16 [20]

       3:16 [58]

       4:7 [28] 

 

Hebrews

1:3 [82]


James

       4:1 [11]

       4:7 [55]

 

2 Peter 

1:2 [33]

 

1 John

       3:7 [50]

       4:7–8 [37]

       4:18 [3]

       4:18 [68]


Revelation

       2:17 [90]

       11:8 [47]

       15:5 [32]

       18:1 [97]

       19:13 [23]  

       21:16, 18 [34]

       21:21 [27]  

       21:12 [26]  

       21:16, 18 [34] 

       21:17 [96]

       21:21 [27]