The Christian Singings



As a final part of this work, we deliver the vocalization practices of the ancient Christians, as well as the 72 names of God, which were chanted from time immemorial by the Hebrews...

Indeed, among the many things that have been hidden from us in these two millennia, are the special vocalizations and songs that were originally practiced, following the rabbinic tradition, which was in accordance with the traditions of the near and far East, of Greece and Egypt.

Modern science little by little confirms what Jewish and Christian sages have been telling us since ancient times.

For example, that everything is created by the Word, as it was from the beginning...

That the Elohim sing, and everything vibrates, and thus the cosmos is fertilized: matter and energy in total balance, at rest during the Cosmic Night...

The sound waves of the song spread victoriously in the Dawn of Creation —or Dawn of the Cosmic Day, the Hindus would say— like a "great explosion" (Big Bang) of light and life... Blessed be the Universal Spirit of Life!

Currently, we use the Verb, sound, musical and sound notes in general, even to make food, since microwave ovens work precisely with sound, with low intensity notes.

Although we use the vibrant sound, we do not know its true essence, just as Einstein told us about electricity... And we are still ignorant!

The vibration of the musical notes makes the silica or sand take geometric shapes, on a membrane that covers the mouth of a decanting vessel —a common experiment years ago in the physics laboratory— and changes the geometry of its shape, depending on the note that they give the tuning forks.

With certain vibratory, sonorous notes, the mold is cleaned from the metal, etc., etc.

And of course, the thunder of the cannon breaks the windows or glass of the houses.

As the Greeks also said, the throne of Zeus (Theos, Deus, God) roars as he throws his rays of Justice into this traitorous world...

Likewise, the ancient sages also taught us that the notes of certain Sacred Names make us vibrate appropriately to prepare the body and the psyche for the superior energies of the Christ, so that we are not founded by overload, such as the resistance of a light bulb or light bulb.

That is why there are from the beginning those songs that accompany the rites, from Neolithic caves to modern cathedrals.

And so too, with beautiful notes the ancient rabbis healed, pronouncing the 72 Sacred Names of the Kabbalah, the so-called "72 Names of God."

In modern terms, we can say that they are "healing mantras", and depending on the vowels they have, action can be exercised on the body.

In general, all those "words of power" —"magic words" would say some— or "songs of power", or simply "mantras" would say the Hindus, little by little they prepare our body to receive the Mysteries, the super-electricity of Christ and his sacred Light...

They also balance our health, give us vigor and energy, and awaken in us certain faculties —already known to the rabbis, as well as the early Christians— and which have been widely studied and experienced in both the Near and Far East.

But selfishness is "very beautiful", and this knowledge, along with others that the gatekeepers —the gatekeepers— have thrown into oblivion, was spared by them, so to date they neither enter nor allow entry...

Come on, if the Anointed Stone of Jacob was discarded —and now it is the head of the corner in the Pauline Church— the least are the sacred songs, the Kabbalistic mantras, that the Hebrews brought from their pilgrimage through ancient Mesopotamia...

Thus, since ancient times, it was customary to sing the Sacred Names with different tones, until finding the particular tonality, the one that made it vibrate correctly, in order to venerate and adore the Divinity, and in sublime mystical experiences, to be partakers of his Mercy...

And both the Hebrew Kabbalah and the Greek Gematria taught that in order to incarnate a Divinal Cosmic Energy in a person, his body should have a suitable "vibration", an appropriate vibratory receptacle.

But not only in the arduous disciplines —which give the proper cleaning and note to receive the effluvia of the Christ— must the body and mind be prepared, but also the names of the Great Lords must be appropriate, within that great Mathematics of cosmic vibration, so to speak.

That is why it is not by chance —there is nothing by chance in the infinite cosmos— that the name of the Divine Redeemer is Jesus, Iesús, Iesous, Jeshúa, Yeshúa, Yeshúa, contraction of Yehoshúa = "Yehovah saves" or "Yehovah is, or "gives salvation" or "Yehovah is, or gives health, healing."

And the same is Cephas (Peter) and Saul (Paul), as well as Yehohanan or Yohanan (John), which means nothing less than "Yehovah is benevolent", "Yehovah is merciful", etc., etc.

Everything has a "why" in life, a reason for being, and the Names of the Lords have a specific charge of sublime vibration, that is why the Sacred Names must be chanted, invoke the powers that they symbolize or represent.

The custom of invoking and chanting —or rather, mantralizing— the Glorious Names is very old and produces wonderful results.

We have a lot of faith that this summary, this kind of Devotional of Christian Mantras, can help us and its vocalization enlightens us, its vibration encourages us...

And thus achieve our internal renewal and the Renewal of Pauline Wisdom, discarding the outdated systems of the cult of personality, mythomania and abuse, and replacing them with the vibrant light of Christian practice, to make us "leaders of ourselves."

The solutions to complex problems will always be simple: study, meditation, prayer, self-understanding, mantralization or vocalization, veneration, continuity of purpose, etc.

With all certainty, the practice of these mantras or Sacred Names, can lead us to unsuspected realities...

- Sacred Names and Singings –


E-FA-TA Be open, in Aramaic (Mark 7:34). With this mantra you can not only ask for the deaf, but also so that the paths of Christ are opened, for our families, etc.

E-A-A only vowels.

TALITA, CUMI Girl, I say to you, get up... in Aramaic (Mark 5:41). It is a resurrection mantra, so that the Christ in us may also resurrect, since we have him very abandoned.

A-I-A, U-I only vowels.

IN-RI Iesus Nazarenus Rex Iudeorum: Iesús Nazareno King of the Iudíos. The traditional acronym. (Matthew 27:37)

Ignis Natura Renovatur Integram: Fire completely renews Nature. Kabbalistic acronym.

Ignis Natura Renovatur Incesans: Fire incessantly renews Nature. Kabbalistic acronym.

In Necis Renascor Interger: In death to be reborn in full. Kabbalistic acronym.

I-I only vowels.

EL God, in Hebrew.

E only vowels.

ELÍ Eli, Eli, lama sabactani? "My God, my God, why have you abandoned me?" (Matthew 27:46)

EEEEEELLL-IIIIIIIII or EEEEE-LLLIIIIIIII @ Elí. Male. Biblical, Spanish, Jewish. It means "height," "high," "exalted," or "my God" in Hebrew.

In Herbert Haag's authoritative opinion, it means "Jehovah is magnificent."

Name of the judge of Israel who educated the prophet Samuel (1 Samuel 1: 4). It has been used as a Christian name since the seventeenth century. Confront Ali.

E-I only vowels.

EL-IA Eliyah, Eliah, Elías @ Elías. Male. Biblical, Spanish, Portuguese, Jewish. From the Hebrew Eliah, which means "my God is Jehovah."

In the saints, the biblical prophet, from the ninth century BC. C., known as "the prophet of fire" (1 Kings 17: 1 and following).

According to legend, he returns to every Jewish home on the night of the Passover Seder. It is a symbolic name for children who are born on this holiday. Onomastics July 20.


E-I-A Only vowels, letters also from the sacred Name of Yehovah, with metathesis.

EL-O-HA Elóha, Eloah, "mighty, mighty".


E-O-A Only vowels, letters also from the sacred Name of Ieová, with metathesis.

IAH Yah, Jah, IAH God, in the Bear Bible, 1569.

Also IIIII-AAAAAA-jjjjj very soft jota only serves to accentuate the A, it sounds like Yá + a soft sigh.

@Jah. Male. Biblical, Spanish, Jewish. It is a contraction of Jehovah, therefore, it means "he who has existence in himself" in Hebrew (Psalm 68: 4).

IA Only vowels, first and last letters of the sacred Name of Ieová.

IO Yoh, Joh, Yoa, contraction of Jehovah, as in Joel, Ioel in the Bear Bible, 1569 @Joel. Male. Biblical, Spanish, Catalan, Jewish, English. It derives from the Hebrew name Yoel which means "Jehovah is God." Name related to Elías, with inverted formative elements.

I-O-A Yoa, Joah, contraction of Jehovah, as in Ioan, Juan, or Joab, Ioab in the Bear Bible, 1569. @Joab. Male. Biblical, Spanish, English. From the Hebrew Yoab, which means "Jehovah [is] father." Biblical character, leader of David's army, killed by order of Solomon (2 Samuel 2:13 and following).

I-A-O Metathesis, loan from Mesopotamia, Chaldean-Babylonian. One of the oldest names of God, from where it is believed comes Ieouá, Ieová, Jehovah; Ieoan, Ioan, Juan, etc., as well as many other pagan god names. Mesopotamia was the great teacher of antiquity.

IOD-HE-VAU-HE ה ו ה י sacred letters of the Hebrew name of God: Yehovah, Yehovah, Jehovah.

I-O-E-A-U-E only vowels.

I-E-HO-U-A Jehovah, Iehoua in The Bear Bible 1569.

Also I-E-JO-WA

I-E-O-U-A only vowels.

I-E-O-VÁ Jehovah. @ Jehovah or Yehovah. Male. Biblical, Jewish, Spanish. Name of God in Hebrew, used in the oldest translations of the Bible. It is claimed to be the result of combining the four letters of the Tetragrammaton (YHVH = Yod-He-Vau-He) with the vowels of ADONAI.

The truth is that the correct pronunciation of the name of God is unknown, and the rabbis themselves have different criteria, since since the biblical revisions of the masoteric texts, when after the diaspora they changed the name of God in the texts ―Iod He Vau He , El or Elohim― for that of ADONAI, "Lord", sadly the original meaning was lost.

Vowels are not used in Hebrew and, since in the past there were no nikudót, that is, the vowel points of modern Hebrew, hence we currently do not know the original pronunciation of that name, without counting on the "work" of the copyists.

In La Biblia del Oso (1569), it is transcribed as Iehoua by Casiodoro de Reina.

The traditional meaning of this sacred name is "that which exists in itself." Probably from the Hebrew root hyh (EyÉ, and in Aramaic hwh: EuÉ), which means "to be, to become, to manifest, to originate."

Let us remember that God does not really have a name in Hebrew — nor in any human language — but rather an approximation (IEHOUÁ, IAH, IO, IOA, IEU, IEO…), a blessed inheritance of wisdom. Indeed, EyÉ-Ashér-EyÉ, literally: I am Who I Am; semantically: "He is He", and only He knows the Name of him ...

EYÉ-ASHER-EYÉ Eiasereie, in some transliterations.

EYÉ Hebrew root hyh.

EWÉ Aramaic hwh.

EUÉ Aramaic hwh, variant.

I-EU synthesis (compare Zeus, Deus, Theos, Iesus, etc.

I-E-HO-SH-U-A Joshua, Iosue in The Bear Bible, 1569.

Also I-E-JOSH-U-A, variant @ Joshua. Male. Spanish, French. From the Hebrew Yeho-shúa, which means "Jehovah saves" or "Jehovah is, or gives salvation" or "Jehovah is, or gives health, healing."

In the saints, Joshua, the man who stopped the sun, in the sixteenth century BC. C. Joshua was one of the twelve spies sent to Canaan by Moses in the Old Testament.

After Moses died, Joshua succeeded as the leader of the Israelites (Exodus 17: 9; 24:13, etc.). The name Jesus is a variant of Joshua. Confront Elisha, Jesus, Isaiah. Onomastics September 1.


I-E-O-U-A only vowels, clearly Iehoua, Jehovah.

I-E-SH-U-A Yeshua, Jesus.

I-E-S-U-S Iesus, Bible of the Bear 1569 @ Jesus. Male. Catalan Spanish. From Iesous, the Greek form of the Aramaic name Yeshua.

Yeshúa is a contraction of the Hebrew Yeho-shúa "Joshua", which means "Jehovah saves" or "Jehovah is, or gives salvation" or "Jehovah is, or gives health, healing".

Yeshua ben Yoséf, known as Jesus the Christ, is the central figure of the New Testament and the source of the Christian religion. He is the greatest religious leader of all time. Indeed, the way of counting time on our planet is divided into before Christ and after Christ. In some Talmudic texts he is identified as Yeshua ben Pandira. Onomastics January 1.


I-E-U only vowels, synthesis; Yehu, Jehu, Yehu in the Bear Bible 1569. @ Jehu. Male. Biblical, Spanish, Jewish. It means "Jehovah is He [God]" in Hebrew.

In the Old Testament, a prophet (1 Kings 16: 7) and a king of Israel (1 Kings 16: 1). Remember: EyÉ-Ashér-EyÉ, He is He.

I-E-S-O-U-S Greek.

I-E-O-U only vowels.

I-E-O Ieho, Yeho, contraction of Yehovah, as in Yeho-shúa, Yeshua, Jesus; Ieoan Juan, etc.

I-A-O Loan from Mesopotamia, Chaldean-Babylonian. One of the oldest names of God, from where it is believed comes Ieouá, Ieová, Jehovah; Yehosúa, Yeshúa, Iesus, Jesus; Ieoan, Ioan, Juan, etc., as well as many other names of the so-called pagan gods. Without a doubt, Mesopotamia was the great teacher of antiquity.

I-AC-OB Jacob, Iacob in the Bear Bible 1569.

Also I-A-AC-OB @Jacob. Male. Biblical, Jewish, Spanish, Catalan, French, English, Dutch, Scandinavian. From the Hebrew Yaaqob, the biblical patriarch, also called Israel, son of Isaac and Rebekah and father of the twelve founders of the tribes of Israel.

Genesis (25:26) says of his birth: "And afterward his brother came out, and his hand was grasped at Esau's heel: for which they called him Jacob." Aqéb is "heel" and Yaaqob "the one who grabs the heel, under the sole of the foot", that is, "the subplanter", that is "the supplanter". Name that contains a precise auspice. Esau complains, “Wasn't he named Jacob well? For he has supplanted me twice: I take my birthright and now he has taken my blessing from me! " (Genesis 27:36).

In a broad semantic interpretation, it could mean "he who gets what he wants, even supplanting." It also means that "the most unworthy can triumph or rise to the highest status," here in this treacherous world and also in the higher worlds of God, the rabbis would say. There are Hebraists who see in the biblical interpretation of the patriarch's name a popular etymology and consider Jacob Theophorus, with the name of God (El) understood: Yaqob-El, "the one who follows God" or "the one that God protects." The father of the Chosen People also appears in the Catholic saints, as Saint Jacob. In literature, Jacob Grimm, the German linguist and writer who, with his brother Wilhelm, is the author of "Grimm's [Fairy] Tales."

Santiago, Jacobo, Jaime, Diego, Yago, are derived from this ancestral name. Onomastics December 16 (patriarch).

I-A-A-O Only vowels, IAO again.


I-O-A-N Juan, Ioan Bible of the Bear 1569. @Juan. John. Male. Biblical, Spanish. From the Latin Johannes, in turn from the Hebrew Yehohanan or Yohanan, which means "Jehovah is benevolent", "Jehovah is merciful." Tibón mentions that, with the same elements, inverted, Hananyah, the biblical Ananias, is formed.

Confront two less common Hebrew names: Elhanan and Hananel "God is beneficial", and Baalhanan, another Biblical name, which in the inverted form is Hananbaal "the Lord is beneficial", that is, Hannibal.

One of the Hebrew names that has had more diffusion, due to the saints John the Baptist and John the Evangelist (Matthew 3: 1). In history, various kings of England, Hungary, Poland, Portugal and France. 25 popes wuth this name.

In the saints there are 102 saints John, that is, the largest number of the same name. The Spanish patronymic Ibáñez and Yáñez come from ancient forms of Juan. Onomastics June 24 (Birth of San Juan Bautista, the only saint whose birth is celebrated in the saints).

I-O-A vowels only, IAO again -metathesis.



I-E-O-U-A Jehovah, Iehoua in the Bear Bible 1569.


I-E-O-U-A-M-S matches Hindu.

MI-RI-AM Miriam, Egyptian name @Miriam. Female. Biblical, Spanish, Galician, Jewish, English. Original form of Mary. Being the first Miriam in the Bible, older sister of Moses and Aaron (Exodus 15:20), whose names are of Egyptian origin, it seems plausible for Don Gutierre Tibón to interpret Myrym as "beloved of Amun", from mry "beloved ", In Egyptian and am, contraction of the name of the god Amun, the Father of all gods, therefore:" beloved of the Father of the gods, "" beloved of God the Father. "

Among the other interpretations of Miriam, we find that for Saint Jerome she means "star of the sea", from the Hebrew meir "illuminator" and yam "sea"; for Saint Ambrose: "God of my generation", from mar-i-am, properly "lord of my people"; they also interpret "bitterness", from the Hebrew marah "bitter"; or, "lady", from the Aramaic mara "exalted"; according to the Complutense Bible: from the Hebrew marom "height"; for Gesenius: "their rebellion", from the Hebrew meri "obstinacy" plus the third person plural; and "plump" for Barden-Hewer.

I-I-A Only vowels. It is the short name of IEHOVAH: Jah, Yah, Iah in the Bear Bible, 1569.


MY-RY + AM-ON original full name, whence IO and RAM-IO, and all Egyptians coincide with the Babylonian IAO.

YAO, IAO only vowels IO Joh, Yoh, Yoa, contraction of Jehovah, as in Joel.

MA-RI-A María or Miriam @ María. Female. Spanish. From the Hebrew Miriam, name of the older sister of Moses and Aaron. Gutierre Tibón (Etymological Dictionary of Proper Names of the Person) says that the consonants of the Hebrew name are m-y-r-y-m, and that it was transcribed by the Seventy —a translation of 70 Jewish rabbis into Greek, from 280 to 100 BC— in the form of Marian.

Whereas in the Vulgate —translation into Latin by Saint Jerome, concluded in 382 AD— she appears as Maria, perhaps due to the erroneous belief that Mariam's -am was the ending of an accusative.

For many centuries the name of the Virgin Mary was considered too sacred to use as a given name. In Spain, names of the invocations or attributes of her were used as substitutions, such as Pilar, Socorro, Concepción, Refugio, Amparo, Dolores, Soledad, etc.

Named after several queens of Portugal, two queens of England, as well as the Queen of Scotland. Also from Queen Maria Theresa of Habsburg, whose inheritance from the dominions of her father, the Holy Roman Emperor, Charles VI, started the war of Austrian succession in the eighteenth century. Onomastic August 15 (Assumption of the Virgin).

A-I-A Only vowels.

MA-I-A As in the Greek Maia or Maya, the Mother of the gods. The same among Hindustani, Maya or Prakriti is the manifestation of God as matter-energy (sum of entropy and negentropy), it is the feminine part of God, which is fertilized by the Father Brahma, from which Vishnu (the Hindu Christ) and Shiva (the Hindu Holy Spirit).

Also as Maya or Prakriti it is the illusion of the world, of passing things, as is true in all creation, that is why eternity is only possessed by the Most High, Brahma, and "a cosmic day is only a flicker of Brahma".

They say in Hindustan that at the end of the cosmic day (Mahamvantara) only three things remain in the cosmic night (Pralaya) until the new awakening or new Dawn of Creation: The Unmanifest Absolute (Parabrahman), Maya or matter-energy in perfect balance, and the Law...

A-B-B-A Abba, Father in Aramaic; Aba, Abi, Avi, in Hebrew.

AB-BA variant, goes back to Egyptian ...

A-A Only vowels, the Alpha, the Principle.

A-DO-NA-I Adonay, Lord, in Hebrew.

Also A-DON-AI, variant @Adonai. Male. biblical. It means "my Lord" in Hebrew. Variant of the name of the God of the Israelites, Jehovah, whose name was forbidden to pronounce, and which was substituted in the Masoretic text in the versions of the Torah, by the name of Adonai or Adonay, thus trying to hide the sacred name of Jehovah.

A-O-A-I Only vowels. I-A-O again - metathesis.

A-DON Adón @ Adón. Male. Biblical, Spanish, Jewish. It derives from a biblical place name that means "lord", or "strong" in Hebrew (Ezra 2:59. Nehemiah 7:61).

On the other hand, the name was also taken by the Romans as a short form of Adonis, deriving it from the Greek Adoonis, which is a name of Semitic origin that means "lord" (cf. Hebrew Adonai). Onomastics December 16.

A-O-M synthesis, loan from the Egyptian: AMÓN, the Father of the gods.

A-AR-ON Aaron- holy wand @ Aaron. Male. Biblical, Spanish, Jewish. He derives from the Hebrew name Aharon of doubtful etymology, possibly Egyptian; however, various interpretations have been attempted with the Hebrew language, stating that it means "light", "illuminated"; "inspired"; "Exalted or exalted"; "High", "high"; "High mountain", "mountaineer"; "The one who by moistening makes it germinate"; or, "he who educates, teaches, instructs." On the Egyptian side, it could be a metathesis of AMUN-RA (aaron-m), the Father of all the gods —merged Amun with Ra— as Father of the solar system, venerated in Thebes (present-day Luxor), which was the capital of Egypt for centuries.

The same root is in the name of Miriam, her sister: mir, love, and am, contraction of Amun, main deity of the Egyptian pantheon. Amun came to be identified with Zeus in Greece or with Jupiter in Rome. Aaron was the older brother of Moses and the first high priest and ancestor of the priestly caste (kohanim) of Israel (Exodus 4:14, 27 et seq.).

He helped his brother to free the Hebrews from the yoke of the pharaohs and was appointed by God to exercise the priesthood, he and his descendants. In the absence of Moses, who had ascended Mount Sinai to receive the tablets of the law, the Hebrews pressured Aaron to build an idol for them, and he had the weakness to erect a golden calf, which they worshiped in imitation of the ox Apis, who was worshiped in Egypt.

Nevertheless, he obtained pardon and was elevated by his brother to the dignity of first high priest. He died at 123 years of age and did not enter the promised land because he had doubted the power of God.

Aaron is venerated as a saint by the Catholic Church. Likewise, in the martyrology there are three other saints of this name, including an Englishman who was sacrificed at the beginning of the fourth century. Onomastic July 1 (patriarch, brother of Moses).

A-A-O vowels only.

SHA-LOM Shalom, Salem, peace, whence Solomon (Shalomon), "the peaceful one". @Salem. Male. Biblical, Spanish, Jewish. It means "peace" in Hebrew.

"Also Melchizedek, king of Salem, who was a priest of the Most High God, took out bread and wine and blessed him saying:" Blessed be Abram of the Most High God, creator of heaven and earth. " (Genesis 14: 18-19).

A-O only vowels, and again AOM is announced.

ISRAEL @Israel. Male. Biblical, Jewish. From the Hebrew Yisra-el, which, according to the general opinion, means "the one who fights with God", or "triumphant in the Lord". For Tibón it means "the one who dominated God", from the verb sarah "dominate" (cf. Sara) and El "God". Other versions: "May God show himself Lord", or "God enlighten".

Here is a modern version: I, first person singular, sar «prince, chief» (from sarah «dominate») and El «Dios», therefore: «the first prince of God», in conclusion: «the first-born of God". Nickname of Jacob after his fight with the angel of the Lord (Genesis 32:28). The ancient and modern states of Israel took their names from this biblical character.

Although in the Hebrew tradition it is not the name of an angel, in the Koran Israil appears as the angel who will judge at the end of the world. In the saints, a Saint Israel, French canon of Dorat in the Limousin. Onomastics September 13 (holy) November 5 (Feast of all the saints of the Society of Jesus).

I-A-E vowels only.

SH-A-UL Saul, Hebrew name for Paul.

A-U only vowels.

S-A-UL-US Saul, Latinized @ Saúl. Male. Biblical, Spanish, Jewish. From the Hebrew Shaul "desired, requested, chosen", derived from the verb shaal "to ask; ask". Name of the first king of Israel (1 Samuel 9: 2 and following; 1 Kings 14:48) and of Paul of Tarsus before conversion, also called Saul (Acts 7:58 and following). Onomastics October 20.

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MI-CA-EL Michael @Miguel. Male. Spanish Portuguese. From the Hebrew Miyka-El or Mi-ka-El, which means "who is like God", that is, "Who [is] like God", or rather, "God is incomparable"?

Name of one of the seven archangels of the Hebrew tradition and the only one identified as an archangel in the Bible, head of the heavenly militia and victor of Lucifer (Jude 1: 9. Revelation 12: 7). In the cabal, ruler of the sun (Shemesh). In the Apocalypse he appears as the leader of the armies of heaven, therefore, he is considered the patron saint of soldiers. Protector of the people of Israel and of the Christian church.

// In literature, Don Miguel de Cervantes y Saavedra (1547-1616), famous Spanish poet and novelist, author, among others, of the famous work "Don Quixote de la Mancha."

In history, nine Byzantine emperors and a Russian tsar.

In the saints, San Miguel de los Santos, a Catalan religious from the sixteenth or seventeenth centuries. Onomastics September 29 (archangel) July 5 (Miguel de los Santos).

I-A-E vowels only.

GA-BRI-EL @Gabriel. Male. Biblical, Spanish, Catalan, Portuguese, Romanian, English, French, German. Of Hebrew origin and means "my protector [is] God", from gabri, a possessive form of geber which in Assyrian means "man", "my man", that is, "strong man", "protector" and the suffix El " God"; therefore, it also means "strong man of God", from which some semantically translate as "hero of God."

Name of the archangel of the Annunciation of Miriam or Mary (Luke 1:26 et seq.); He further announced to Zacharias the birth of his son John "the Baptist" (Luke 1:19).

In the Old Testament he explained to the prophet Daniel the vision of the river Ulay and other visions (Daniel 8:16; 9:21).

According to the Hebrew tradition (Kabbalah) he is the ruler of the Moon (Lebaná). One of the angels who rule the world, as described in the [Hebrew] Book of Enoch (apocryphal of the Old Testament), in the case, the angel of fire.

According to Islamic tradition, he was the angel who dictated the Qur'an to Muhammad.

Onomastics January 26 (Gabriel of Jerusalem, confessor) February 27 (Gabriel de la Dolorosa, confessor) March 17 (Gabriel Lalemant, martyr) September 29 (Archangel).

A-I-E only vowels.

URIEL @Uriel. Male. Biblical, Spanish, English, Jewish. From the Hebrew Uri-El, which means "God is my light", "my light is God", or "fire of God", "flame of God". Uriel is one of the seven archangels of the Hebrew tradition, only mentioned in the Apocryphal Gospels. The Hebrew tradition (kabbalah) considers him ruler of the planet Venus (Nogah).

As a biblical character he was the father of Uzziah and the grandfather of Saul (1 Chronicles 6:24; 15: 5. 2 Chronicles 13: 2).

Onomastics October 2 (feast of the guardian angels).

U-I-E only vowels.

SA-MA-EL @Samael. Male. Jewish. One of the most controversial names in the Hebraic Kabbalah. On the one hand, he is known as "the tempting serpent of Eden, the Angel of Death," the prince of evil spirits. From this the idea of ​​Satan was developed, and just as the name of God should not be pronounced in Judaism, neither is this name pronounced —to consider it its antithesis— but rather abbreviated in the letters samech and mem, that is, s and m.

In the Book of Enoch (apocryphal of the Old Testament) Samael is written, and he is considered one of the leaders of the fall of the angels; also in the very Book he is described as "the prince of the accusers", the angel who writes the books where the sins of the people of Israel are recorded (Hebrew Book of Enoch 26: 9). Thus, Samael occupies an ambiguous position in the Hebrew myth, he is at the same time "head of all Satan" and "the greatest prince of Heaven" who governs the angels and the planetary powers.

The famous Kabbalist Gershon Sholem points out this ambiguity.

In its negative aspect, apparently this name means "poison of God", and according to some Gnostic gospels "god of the blind" (for example, Hypostasis of the Archons) and is identified with the Demiurge, that is, with the fall of spiritual light in matter, like the myth of Mars when Venus fertilizes, Ehécatl-Quetzalcóatl to the human Maaia, etc.

According to other opinions, it is more likely a cacophony of "Shemal", a Syrian deity. Indeed, Robert Graves (The Hebrew Myths, 1969) says that Samael appears in a rabbinic account of the birth of Cain, as the Serpent that tempts Eve in Eden.

He adds that it derives from Shemal, a Syrian deity identified with the planet Venus, and with the same tempting Serpent of Eden. In the mythology of ancient Mexico it would be Xólotl, that is, the opposite twin of the luminous Quetzalcóatl, "the precious twin", "the precious serpent with quetzal feathers", that is, the opposite serpent, but at the same time twin of the tempting serpent. of Eden. Graves claims that he is the fallen angel Helel ben Safar, Lucifer, son of Dawn. Both, Shemal and Samael, would come from the Babylonian goddess Ishtar, coming in turn from the Sumerian Innana, one of the invocations —like Venus— of the White Goddess, whose dominance in the Neolithic Mediterranean world was also studied by the historian and poet.

According to gematria —the Hebraic kabbalah of names— it is the numerical equivalent of ofan "wheel" (compare ofanim, angelic hierarchy of the second sefirote, Chokmah, pronounced Hochma or Hochma). On the other hand, in his positive aspect, he is considered —sometimes under the spelling of Camael, Zamael or Kamael— as the ruler of the planet Mars. The Kabbalist Gershom Scholem incisively notes Samael's contradiction as a prince of demons and angels.

Other traditions speak of him recovering the angelic quality of himself at the end of time.

In the apocalyptic work "The Ascension of Isaiah", Samael and his forces are established in the first firmament (chapter 7), which does not agree with the vision of Samael as prince of the demons.

In "The Sibylline Oracles" (2: 215) Samael is mentioned among "the angels of judgment." Perhaps his relationship with the planet Mars (Maadim, in Hebrew) is the cause of this ambiguity, since his war symbol is unmistakable, because of the bloody red color that colors the planet. But the fact is that there is also the purple-red color, used by the kings and the celestial Hierarchies.

Therefore, war and its symbolic red color will always have contrasts, which is reflected in the semantic ambiguity of the Kabbalistic name of the Regent of Maadim.

The same symbolic love-hate situation is presented with Ares, Mars, Huitzilopochtli, etc., and in general the deities of war —or of the planet Mars— whose intrinsic nature and their rituals of worship will always be contrasting.

A-A-E only vowels.

ZA-JA-RI-EL @Zachariel. Male. Jewish. It means "remembrance of God", "memory of God" in Hebrew. In the Hebraic cabal, the ruler of the planet Jupiter (Tzedek).

A-A-I-E only vowels.

O-RI-FI-EL Orifiel, in Hebrew "divine cessation" or "divine termination", or, "divine rest". In the Hebraic cabal, the ruler of the planet Saturn (Shabatai) and Grand Steward of the Divine Mother Death. The feminine part of God, the Divine Mother, has two main aspects:

The Divine Mother (as) Life, brings us to this world, and the Divine Mother (as) Death, has the goodness to take us and free us from this valley of tears.

It has nothing to do with the so-called "Santa Muerte", very inverse of Santeria.

O-I-I-E only vowels

MEL-KI-ZE-DEK or M-EL-KI-ZED-EK @Melquisedec. Male. Spanish. From the Hebrew Melkitzédek "king of justice" or "the [divine] king is just." Name of the priest-king of Jerusalem, contemporary of Abraham, who in the Bible appears as David's forerunner: "Melchizedek, king of Salem, who was a priest of the Most High God, brought out bread and wine and blessed him saying: Blessed be Abram of Most High God, creator of the heavens and the earth. Blessed be the Highest God, who has delivered your enemies into your hands." And Abram gave Him a tithe of everything. " (Genesis 4: 18-20). Also in Psalm 110: 4 "The Lord swore and will not retract: You are a priest forever, according to the order of Melchizedek."

Likewise, in Acts 5: 5 and 6: "So Christ also did not glorify himself to be made high priest, but he who said to him, you are my son; I have begot you today. As it also says in another place: You are a priest forever after the order of Melchizedek."

According to the Hebrew tradition (Kabbalah) Melchizedek is the ruler of this planet Earth, as Mikael (Michael, or archangel Saint Michael) is of the sun, Gabriel of the moon, etc. He also appears in the Catholic saints. Onomastics May 22.

E-I-E-E only vowels.

A-NA-EL Anael or Hannael @Anael. Male. Spanish Portuguese. It derives from the Hebrew hannah "favor, grace, mercy" and El "God", that is, "God's grace, God's mercy." According to the Hebrew tradition he is an angel of the ray of love, he is the intelligence —Virrey— of the planet Venus.

A-A-E only vowels.



The 72 sacred names of the Kabbalah are also mantras —or words of power— to heal, and according to their vowels, action can be exercised on the body.

The ancient rabbis healed with the pronunciation of these names, which today are confirmed in their value, after we have seen how the blood flows to a certain part, as we make our body vibrate with words containing the vowels I, E, O, U, A (I head, E throat, O heart, U navel, To lungs). Hindus add the M (prostate-womb) and the S (coccyx) to it.

These 72 names are designations of angels or geniuses or gods (Elohim), because omnipotent God has no name, and only He knows the sacred Name of him...

Let's say that those spiritual beauties, those sacred hierarchies, participate in the vibration of the Name of God (manifested), they have that blessing, that grace, and they are entitled to a seventy-fifth of said vibratory Force, so to speak...

They were given for your use, not to be kept in a book, and we gladly provide them to our Christian-Pauline friends so that they can use them always looking for the appropriate word.

For example: ACHAIAH is pronounced ajjaiá (j): AAAA-JJJJAAAA-IIIIAAAAjj, has three A's and one I.

The A corresponds to the lungs and the I to the head, this indicates that lung patients, by rhythmically repeating this mantram —with faith in the sacred Name of God— will be able to achieve a cure for this terrible disease. And so, each one can study and apply the 72 different words that are formed with the Hebrew Name of God.

Hebrew has many ways of pronouncing the J, and in the Latin and Greek transliterations, when the H goes at the end, as in Iah (identical in the Bear Bible, 1569; Psalms) it is a very soft jot, as if accentuating the á = (j), as an á followed by a soft sigh, for example, VEHUIAH: Vejuiá (j) / ACHAIAH: Ajjaiá (j). In the figurative pronunciation below, it is cited as -.

When the H goes to the beginning or in the middle, it is like a normal j, as in sherry; and when combined with the c: CH, it is a strong j jj, as in jala and justice. In the transliteration of J, it is equivalent to Y, as in JELIEL: Yeliel.

1. VEHUIAH / ve-ju-iá

2. JELIEL / ye-li-el

3. SITAEL / si-ta-el

4. ELEMIAH / el-em-iá

5. MAHASIAH /ma-jas-iá

6. LEHAEL / le-ja-el

7. ACHAIAH / a-ja-iá

8. CAHETEL / ca-jet-el

9. HAZIEL / ja-zi-el

10. ALADIAH / al-ad-iá

11. LAUVIAH / la-uv-iá

12. HABAIAH / ja-ba-iá

13. JESALEL / ye-sal-el

14. LEUVIAH / le-uv-iá

15. PAHALIAH / paj-al-iá

16. MELCHAEL / mel-ja-el

17. JECAIEL / ye-cai-el

18. MELEHEL / me-lej-el

19. HAHIMAH / ja-ji-maj

20. NITH-HEICH / nith-je-ij

21. HAAIAH / ja-a-

22. JERATEL / ye-r-at-el

23. SEEHAIAH / se-ej-a-iá

24. REIIEL / re-ii-el

25. OMAEL / om-a-el

26. LECABEL / lec-ab-el

27. ANIEL / an-i-el

28. HAAMIAH / ja-am-

29. REHAHEL / rej-aj-el

30. JEIAZEL / ye-i-az-el

31. HAHAHEL / ja-ja-jel

32. MIKAEL / mi-ka-el

33. VEHUALIAH / ve-ju-al-iá

34. JELAHIAH / ye-laj-iá

35. SEALIAH / se-al-iá

36. ARIEL / a-ri-el

37. AZALIAH / az-al-iá

38. MICHAEL / mi-ja-el

39. VEHUEL / ve-ju-el

40. MEHAIAH / me-ja-iá

41. POIEL / po-i-el

42. NEMAMIAH / nem-am-

43. JEIALEL / ye-i-al-el

44. NAZAEL / na-za-el

45. MIZRAEL / mi-z-ra-el

46. UMABEL / um-ab-el

47. JAH-HEL / yá-jel

48. ANAUEL / a-na-u-el

49. MEHIEL / me-ji-el

50. DAMABIAH / da-m-ab-iá

51. MENAKEL / me-nak-el

52. EJAEL / e-ya-el

53. MEHAHEL / mej-aj-el

54. HARIEL / ja-ri-el

55. HAKAMIAH / ja-kam-iá

56. LANOIAH /la-no-iá

57. CALIEL / ca-li-el

58. VASANIAH / va-san-iá

59. JOMIAH / yo-m-iá

60. LEHAHAIAH / le-ja-ja-iá

61. CHAVAKIAH / ja-vak-iá

62. MENADEL / men-ad-el

63. DANIEL / da-ni-el

64. HASAHIAH / ja-saj-

65. IMAMIAH / im-am-

66. NANAEL / na-na-el

67. NITAEL / ni-ta-el

68. HABUJAH / ja-bu-iá

69. REOHAEL / re-o-ja-el

70. JABAMIAH / y-ab-am-iá

71. JAIAIEL / ya-ia-i-el

72. MUMIAH. / m-um-iá