72 Expressions of the Divine in Hebrew-Aramaic

according to the study by Dr. J.J. Hurtak, Ph.D.
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These are  terms derived from Biblical references and not to be confused with other works by
Dr. J.J. Hurtak or various other authors. Since no single traditional listing or reference exists, one will find a variety of
72 Divine Expressions and Names. Therefore each list is unique and should be respected as
a work of scholarship.

Since our work is ecumenical, other expressions in various languages can be found in the Greek and Vedic-Sanskrit,
as expressions of the Divine provided for additional study.

The purpose of this page is to allow those of the Judeo-Christian heritage to recognize the Divine Names and Attributes can be found
throughout the Scriptures. Before studying this section we must acknowledge that there are more than 72 Divine Names in Hebrew and Aramaic.
This is a unique number chosen by us to elaborate on these ancient expressions.

Remember, these words are sacred words and should be treated with respect.


1  ABBA or ABWOON (Hebrew-Aramaic) “Father” .

The intimate name given to the Divine as “Father” by the scholars and sages writing
originally from Aramaic (the lingua franca of the Semitic languages from Egypt to the
Indus Basin and the holy land area of the Near East from 1,200 BCE to 600 CE).
The personal “Father” one calls upon to deliver oneself from divine limitation.
The title Jesus used in the Gospels to pray to the Eternal Father
when he was in intimate dialogue with Him in the great plan of realizing the
Kingdom within that belongs to all believers.

O Abwoon, Father, open my eyes that I may see the wonders of Thy inner Kingdom, for
Thine is the Kingdom, the Power, and the Glory on this side of Creation and
in all dimensions forever.
Amen.

2  ADON OLAM (Hebrew). “Lord of Eternity (or the Universe).”

The expression of God found in the most frequently cited ancient hymns.
(Psalm 117:2)

O most precious Lord, O Adon Olam, Thou who  art in the celestial songs of creation and Thou who
exist as the Lord of the Universe, may the future and the findings of life throughout the Universe
remind us of who we are in the divine plan as Thy seed experiment of Life.
Amen.

3  ADONAI (Hebrew). “Lord.”

The title used by the scholars from the ancient teachers of the Torah, the Tanaim, the Geonim (Academic sages),
down to the present orthodox scholars who call upon the Lord of the prophets. This expression occurs
432 times in the Masoretic Biblical text.

Divine Eternal Adonai, may Thy Holy Name be preserved and used with great wisdom,
for we know that the awe of Thy Holy Name is the beginning of wisdom.
Amen.

4  ADONAI ECHAD (Hebrew). “The Lord is One.”

The basic affirmation of the second part of the lst commandment given by Moses to Israel.
“The Lord (G-d) is one. The mystery of the Godhead as the supreme unity of the
Divine Family is affirmed in this expression.
(Deut. 6:4)

Divine Eternal Adonai Echad, may the mystery of Thy Unity and Thy Plurality be understood
by the education of my soul and ascent into the higher worlds.
Amen.

5  ADONAI, MELEK (Hebrew). “Lord, King.”

The salutation used by David in the Psalms to call upon the Divine as Lord and
Sovereign King of creation. The divine executive power of the Divine King is
also shared as a power of mercy over all principalities and powers of the universe.

O Adonai Melek, may the loving, guiding and awesome Presence of Thy Kingship guide
the inner awakenings of my soul to the marvelous expanse and organization of the
physical universe that is sustained by Thy Kingdom of Light.
Amen.

6  ADONAI ‘TSEBAYOTH (Hebrew). “Lord of Hosts or Lord of Armies.”

The angelic command of the true Lord of the true Hosts of the Heavens. ‘Tsebayoth or Sabaoth
is found written over 200 times in the Bible and by the many prophets and in the New Testament
although originally in Greek in Romans 9:29; James 5:4.

O Adonai ‘Tsebayoth, may the presence of Thy Hosts and the coming of Thy Hierarchy
of Celestial Beings from the Higher worlds manifest the truth of
Thy Image. May the Enthronement of Thy ‘Tsebayoth
awaken the myriad souls of sentient beings who sleep in the material
illusions of material worlds.
Amen.

7  AIN SOPH (Hebrew). “Limitless One.”

The supreme title for the Infinite out of which all other creation proceeds.
The foundation for All in the universe.

O Ain Soph, Praise to Thee who created our spirits before this world was and whose Greatness
guides all future worlds through Thy sons and daughters of Light.
Amen.

8 AL-ILAH (Aramaic). The title for “God” as used by Aramaic
speaking believers at the time of Jesus.

One of the most proper titles for God used in the Near East when Aramaic was the lingua franca of the Semitic
language family from 1,200 BC to 600 CE. During the most important period in the formation
of the New Testament, this expression could be found as seen in Romans 16.26-27, for the original
language spoken by Jesus and his disciples was Aramaic.

Al-ilah, O blessed and only wise one, may Thy blessings of the cosmos be with us at all times.
Praise to Thee for the prophets and Jesus the Messiah. In all of Thy Holy Names, may the
mysteries of your nature and manifestations be revealed to us.
Amen

9  AL-ILAH RAPHA (Aramaic). “God of Healing.”

Ancient expression for the intervention of the Divine Powers that all humanity
requires to live and breathe.

Most precious and exalted Lord who Heals, Al-ilah Rapha, examine my body and physical nature
with Thy penetrating and healing power.

May Thou Heal us from all sicknesses and sufferings and bring a restoration of health in body and
spirit to those I pray for at this hour,
especially for those in a time of transition.
Amen.

10 AL-ILAH SABTAI (Aramaic). “God of Rest.”

Ancient expression for the Rest or Sabbath, that place of contentment and Peace with God.

May Al-ilah Sabtai bring forth the peace to deliver all sentient intelligence in this
universe which appears to move towards chaos.
Amen.

11 AL-ILAH SHEMAYA (Aramaic). “God Hears.”

Ancient expression which acknowledges the Presence of God in our lives.

Thou art the true Lord who is always with us, Al-ilah Shemaya. Manifest Thy presence
here in the midst of the physical world and the physical reality so that it may
be transmuted into the glory of a spiritual planet in the newly arisen universe.
Amen.

12 AMMI SHADDAI (Hebrew). “People of the Almighty.”

The title of the beloved of God imprinted within the People who know the Holy Names as signaled in the
writings of Isaiah and other prophets.  An expression for God interacting with the People of Light as
found in the major and minor prophets of Israel.

O my beloved Ammi Shaddai. May the powers of Shaddai awaken our crown with Light and
Splendor to feel in our midst the Presence of the Almighty Lover.
Amen.

13 AMUD HA-ESH (Hebrew). “Pillar of Fire.”

An aspect of the Holy Spirit’s work through superluminal Light that lead the people
through the desert as seen in
Exodus 13:21.

O Divine, Thou who art called by the sages Amud Ha-Esh, and Thou who art our Pillar of Fire,
may the forces of the princes of the earth and the elements of destructive nature make way for
Thee who art the great deliverance and inspiration to all of life.
Amen.

14 ARIK ANPIN (Hebrew). “Long Faced One, the Macroprosopus.”

Title used by medieval Jewish mystics for the face of God emanated into human creation.
Used by the Jewish mystics and Kabbalists for the Face of God in the higher universe.

Divine Face, Arik Anpin, may the privilege of seeing beyond the veil of this life remind us of
the image we had before we came into this life.
May Thy image guide us through all difficulties and dramas as our face becomes
highly reflective of Thy face of Light.
Amen.

15 ‘ATTIQ YOMIN (Aramaic): “Ancient of Days.”

The expression found in Dan. 7:9, 13, 22 where the original Aramaic is preserved to explain the
one who sits upon the Throne as the Divine.

O ‘Attiq Yomin who is there upon the Divine Throne, help us to comprehend the
great Wonders that you see and to walk in the path of what you envision for all humanity.
Amen.

16 AVINU MALKEINU (Hebrew). Personal Praiseexpressed as “O Father, Our King”

Here we ask the Divine to allow blessings to come into our lives and allow these expressions to
resound in our hearts as we proclaim the Kingdom, Love and Presence of the Divine around us.

Beloved Avinu Malkeinu may you transmit your Kingdom and supernature along with all
Your Wisdom into the Splendor of the Human Race.
Amen.

17 BE-MIDBAR (Hebrew). “In the Wilderness”

The name for the ingathering of God’s people and their families according to divine numbers
and division of the sacred science that binds the families on earth with those in heaven.
The true name for the book of Numbers.

O, Be-midbar of life, we have walked through the desert and have called upon
The Divine and now we ask Thee to call us into a higher plan and mission
of divine identity and the higher priesthood of all believers.
Amen.

18 BERESHITH BARA (Hebrew). “In the beginning.”

The affirmation of God’s identity in the opening words of Creation, that is, the first words
of the book of Genesis which are an affirmation of the Divine function within all Life.

As Bereshith Bara, may these first words of our Creation signal for our souls the ongoing Divinity of Life
and the divine privilege of knowing that there is a living higher creation behind this physical creation.
Thou art Universal Mind, Creator and Redeemer of the Image.
May we as Thy sons and daughters see the evidence of Light that
we come from Thy Higher Evolution and not from
the lower evolution of material illusion.
Amen.

19 B’NAI ELOHIM (Hebrew). “The Sons of God” as referred to in the Book of Job.

An expression of the Divine family in the higher spiritual worlds.
(e.g., Job 1:6; 2:1; 38:7)

May the B’nai Elohim guide us and bless us in the newborn creations as aspiring sons
and daughters on the path of the future Kingdom, the Heavenly Jerusalem.
Amen.

20 CHOKMAH (Hebrew). “Wisdom”

The co-participant and co-creator with the Divine in the creation of the world, as personified in the
Coptic Christian texts as the Divine feminine. Part of the higher quadtrinity of the
Divine united with the Eternal Son.
(See especially Proverbs for Biblical references, e.g., Prov 9.)

O Divine Chokmah, may I be blessed with Thy revealed Wisdom so that Thy indwelling nature may
cultivate a new mind with the gifts of self- realization and plentitude so that the mysteries connected
with your I AM may unfold.
Amen.

21 EHYEH ASHER EHYEH (Hebrew). “I AM THAT I AM’ or “I will be what I will be.”

The profound revelation of one of G-d’s names in Exodus.As revealed by Moses,
the highest affirmation that can be made by the believer in
conjunction with the living God.
(Exodus. 3:14)

O Divine Ehyeh Asher Ehyeh, crown me with Binah, with Understanding,
that I may express Thy holy presence and indwelling nature of the Tree of Life in my life.
Amen.

22 EL (Hebrew) God.

One of the early tribal names of God in the Near East expressed in the gatherings of the tribal leagues.
It can be found over 250 times in the Old Testament.
(e.g., Gen. 7:1, 28:3, 35:11; Isa. 9:6; Ezek. 10:5. )

Divine El, Thy greatness is unfathomable. Thy sovereignty is the sovereignty of all worlds.
With Thy right hand grant me your loving-kindness. Be Thou my guide and my blessing
through the elevation of my life.
Amen.

23 EL BRIT (Hebrew). “The Covenant.”

The living compact between the Divine and us as planetary pilgrims of the Divine who have recorded their expressions in the
phonetic and musical expressions of sacred traditions.

(Josh 3:3)

El Brit, may The Covenant that Thou hast spoken to my forefathers and foremothers remind me of Thy victory and that of
Thy hosts in the higher worlds so I may persevere in this vale of tears until Victory brings me out of the exile of my soul.
Amen.

24 EL CHAI (Hebrew). “Living God.”

The God of the Living Creation who permeates all things.
(Josh 3:10)

O El Chai, manifest Thy living presence and Thy message of Love to me, a humble servant of this
Thy planet within Thy myriad worlds.
Amen.

25 EL ELOHE ISRAEL (Hebrew). “God, The God of Israel.”

The affirmation of the spiritual peoplehood of Light in this local creation connected with the
altar of Jacob in Shecham—Israel means he who contends with God until Victory.
(Gen 33:20)

In the depths of Thy Beloved Ones, O El Elohe Israel, may Thy love letter to Thy people
known as the holy scripture be seen as a Holy Altar for all people of Light who are
Thy spiritual Israel on earth and in the heavens.
Amen.

26 EL ELYON (Hebrew). “The Most High God.”

According to some scholars when Israel was taken captive from Jerusalem to Babylon, scholars
began to emphasize the name/nature of El Elyon because Yahweh laws
could not be practiced in Babylon.
(e.g., Gen 14:18; Ps 9:2; 82:6)

O El Elyon, May Thy presence celebrated in the communion between Abraham of the earth
and Melchizedek of the heavens be celebrated anew in my work for the greater priesthood between
heaven and earth. May Thou help me in the overcoming of the corrupting spirits of the earth.
May we remember that we are sons and daughters of the Most High God.
Amen.

27 EL GIBBOR (Hebrew). “God of Strength” or “Mighty God.”

The affirmation of a God of the tribal league or manifesting for the frontier people in the deserts,
mountains, and jungles of the world. The God who works through the synergy of
fellowship under the rigors of life.
( Is. 10:21; Jer. 32:18)

O Divine Power we call El Gibbor, may Thou help me understand in my weakness the
mysteries of the smallest particle of Light that expresses the fullness of a billion suns that awaits the
Sons and Daughters who will be the new Adams and Eves.
Amen.

28 EL RACHMAN (Arabic). “Merciful God” or “God of Compassion.”

The living nature of the God who loves and forgives He people.May the great
God of Mercy and Compassion,

The One who is El Rachman, extend Divine Purpose and Love to the worlds of physical form
from the worlds of emanation through Power and Majesty of the five natures of the
God which are revealed.
Amen.

29 EL ROI (Hebrew). “God of Seeing.”

The God of Omnipotence and Omnidirectional vision through the Divine Eye.
(e.g., Genesis 16:13)

O El Roi, may Thy sight enable Thy servants in all towns and countries the power to seek
true brotherhood and sisterhood by seeing through the transparency of life. We know Thy
living nature of awareness probes the depths of the psyche and the heights of all Cosmoses.
Amen.

30 EL SALI (Hebrew). “God of My Rock.”

The Strength of the Divine who maintains us through all our trials and tribulations.
(Psalm 42:10)

May the eternal Godhead that purifies and manifests life as El Sali, become as a strength for
all creation so that a pathway of pure Light that can prepare the way for all beings who wish to
ascend to Thy glorious throne.
Amen.

31 EL SHADDAI (Hebrew). “The Lord God Almighty.”

The title used by the angel of the Lord when he appeared to Abraham demonstrating t
he manifested Nature of God as He appeared to Abraham.
(Gen. 17:1; Ex. 6:3; Ps. 68:14)

Divine El Shaddai, Almighty, Thou hast chosen us before the foundation of the
world that we should be holy and without blame before Him in love.
Amen.

32 ELI, ELI (Hebrew). “My God, My God.”

The last words upon the cross uttered by Jesus in his supreme sacrifice as a living
lesson of oneness with the body of resurrection.
(Mark 15:34; Ps. 22:1)

Divine Eli, Eli, may Thy Name open the heavens to receive my body off the
cross of space and time. May the eternal body of Divine Sonship be
activated in my life of perishability.
Amen.

33 ELOHA SHAMAYYIM (Hebrew). “The God of the Heavens”

A proper title for the glorious Leadership of the heavens and the lower heavens and the
One who is the Organizer and sustainer of Creation.
(Ezra 5:11)

May the Eloha Shamayyim remind us of the spiritual government that guards and governs
the honest behavior of our lives and our spiritual commitment to the higher path of Life.
Amen.

34 ELOHIM (Hebrew). “The Gods” or “Godhead.”

The first title for God given in the written texts of the Torah in the Scroll of Genesis.
The pluralistic majesty of the Godhead as revealed in

Genesis even before the expression Yahweh is used revealing a majestic plurality of excellence.
It occurs over 2,500 times in the Old Testament and 32 times in Gen. 1.
(e.g., Genesis 1: 1; Psalm 68: 1)

O Divine Elohim, with Thy Left Hand protect me and deliver me as the Creator from
which all life emerged. May your Glory be Forever Praised.
Amen.

35 ELOHIM TSEBAYOTH (Hebrew).”God as the Hosts or Armies”.

An expression which describes the external Hand of the Godhead in the Universe.
A title of excellence used for the externalization of the Hierarchy used by the Jewish mystics.
(Ps. 80:7, 14.)

May Elohim Tsebayoth, the glorious forces of the Hosts of the Right Hand help to
protect and deliver my life from the lower forces not in the divine image.
Amen.

36 ESH OLAM (Hebrew). “The Eternal Flame.”

The flame burning in the Temple of Jerusalem as a sign of the Eternal Presence.
An expression of the Eternal Light that burns before the celebration of the Divine
in all temples of the Universe.

May the Esh Olam be before me at all times so that all that I touch may feel the
flame of Yah and the Hosts.
Amen.

37 GEDULAH (Hebrew). “Greatness” or “Magnitude.”

An expression of the enormous power of God by the mystical writers and teachers,
used in prayers and affirmations acknowledging the Divine’s Omniscience.
(I Chron 29:11)

May the loving, guiding and powerful Presence of Gedulah continue to nourish and enlighten
and strengthen our hearts and spirits always.
Amen.

38 HA-EL HA GADOL (Hebrew). “The Great God.”

An attribute of the Divine as the quality of the Eternal Sovereign Power of the Divine
as it is seen throughout the Universe.
(Deut 10:17)

O Ha-El Ha Gadol, awaken within me the indwelling commission of this life: To love you
O Lord with all my heart and strength, and mind, and to love my neighbor as
myself in your example.
Amen.

39 HA-EL HA’KADOSH (Hebrew). “The Holy God”

An expression used in prayers to the Divine as the One exalted by the prophets of the
Old and New Testament. The pronouncement of the “Holy” shows a recognition of the the
Divine Works of Righteousness.
( Is. 5:16)

May the Holy God be exalted before all heavenly intelligence as Ha-El Ha’Kadosh for
He stands in the higher heavens giving the living teachings of the Torah Or,
the scripture of Light, to all worlds, both visible and invisible.
Amen.

40 HA EMET (Hebrew). “The Truth.”

An attribute of the Divine as the qualifier of the Reality of Life—that which is real
both here and in the heavens which is good and lasts for eternity.
(Ps. 33:4 )

May Thy Truth, Ha Emet, remind us of the higher plan of creation behind
the physical form of creation.
Amen.

41 HA GO’EL (Hebrew). “The Redeemer”

An aspect of divine intervention by the God of Providence. God as the Deliverer of
Creation in the physical worlds.
(Isa. 49:7)

May the Supreme Redeemer, Ha Go’el, bring victory over the tempest and struggle of life on all fronts.
May all radiations extend in unlimited and infinite fashion to animate innumerable worlds.
Amen.

42 HA SHEM (Hebrew). “The [Great] Name”

The Divine Name used by the orthodox believers to fulfill the words of Exodus 20:7 and in
affirmation of the inner nature of the Divine as uttered by the human. It has been interchangeable
with the Tetragrammaton as used by the Hebrew mystics.

May Ha Shem help and heal the divisions of the Adamic people so that they may
be prepared for the work of the Eternal Christ.
Amen.

43 HA TIKVA (Hebrew). “The Hope”

This affirmation of the Divine brings forth a greater purpose and insight to a
commitment of the plan of life.
(This expression is used throughout the scroll of Job, e.g., Job 14:19.)

May Ha Tikva, the Hope of the Divine Lover of the nations allow the glorious work to
abound in the world through those who love Thee and those who apply the gifts and insights
that come with Thy holy names.
Amen.

44 HAYMANOOTHA (Aramaic). “Faithfulness.”

The Name of the Living God who is faithful to the People of Light. In the Hebew scripture,
the word means firmness, or faithfulness. In its usage in the New Testament, the word means faith,
creed, belief. It comes from the Aramaic root word, Amen, meaning to make firm.

O, Thou Faithfulness, Divine Lover who sees into my soul. May my soul seek Thee and
my spirit delight in Thee who hast given me lips to declare Thy praise.
Amen.

45 JESHURUN (Hebrew). “The Righteous One.”

A poetic name for Israel by the poet scholars of ancient Israel.
(De 32:15; 33:5, 26; Isa 44:2)

May Jeshurun as the beloved ones of Light be helped and strengthened by righteousness—
a remnant people of glory in all people who overcome the world of historic
confusion and the power of ephemeral meanings and purposes.
Amen.

46 KETHER KADMON (Hebrew). “The Primordial Crown.”

The attribute of the higher mind of God. A divine salutation used by the people of God for
the source of all wisdom in the experiment with humankind.

May Thou, Kether Kadmon, crown me with wisdom, light and understanding, and manifest the
highest of divine honor and energy for my body as the temple of understanding.
May I be given the strength for the challenges of life.
Amen.

47 KISSEI KAVOD (Hebrew). “The Glorious Throne”

The Throne represents the spiritual government as the true foundation for rulership of the
multidimensional universe and the place of the God of God of Gods.
(Jer. 17:12)

May the throne of God, the glorious Kissei Kavod, reveal to the awakened believers the
myriads of the Divine Family that exist in unity in the higher worlds. May long-suffering and
patience of the Divine Father and the Divine Mother guide us in the visible and the invisible.
Amen.

48 KODOISH, KODOISH, KODOISH ADONAI ’TSEBAYOTH (Hebrew).
“Holy, Holy, Holy is the Lord God of Hosts.”

The divine salutation (connected with the triple Kedushah) of the Godhead according to
The Keys of Enoch® (Key 305). ”Holy, Holy, Holy” or the Sanctus is a salutation for the
greeting and discernment of the true angels from the false angels and masters who have not the
indwelling divine love. The traditional spelling is Kodosh or Kadosh, but The Keys of Enoch®
have inserted the “i” in Kodoish as an added vibration.
(Is. 6:3 and in Greek, Rev 4:8)

May the sacred saluation, Kodoish, Kodoish, Kodoish, help us discern the powers of the
universe and lead us into receiving and renewing the abundance of life with the
Living God of all universes.
Amen.

49 MARIAH (Aramaic). “Lord God”

In the Aramaic Peshitta, this was the ‘expression’ used for God
The Aramaic term for Lord comes from Mara, lord or master. When Jesus was called
by the people “my Lord” –the Aramaic word was Mar (Matt.8:2;28:44-45).
The term Mariah-Lord was substituted for the Hebrew word YHWH (Yahweh)
which refers to the LORD God only, but on a few occasions the Messiah is
called Mariah (as in Matt.28:45) because he is the highest Lord among men.
It was understood among the Aramaic scholars that
GOD is the Lord of the Messiah.

May the resonance of the sacred name Mariah remind us that we “shall love the Lord our God
with all our heart and with all our being and with all our power and with all our mind.” O Mariah,
in these words the nature of Thy work as the indwelling Messiah is realized and Thy work as the
eternal Son on the right hand of YHWH becomes a reality for our imitatio Dei. Let us bring forth
the spiritual bravery, greatness and devotion needed to work with the Right Hand of God.
Amen.

50 MAYIM HAYIM (Hebrew). “The Living Waters”

A divine attribute of the Godhead and a metaphor for the source of all creative energy and glory.
(Song of Solomon 4:15)

May the Mayim Hayim, the living Waters, flow through us, invigorating all the
molecules and cells of our body as the Living Waters of Life.
Amen.

51 MESHIAH or MSHECHA (Hebrew-Aramaic). “Messiah,”“the Anointed” or “the Anointed One.
”The term “Messiah” is a title and not a proper name.
The deliverer of God’s people according to the scriptures appointed to deliver Israel in the
cosmic plan of advancing the Adamic race into the active citizenship of participating in the
Kingdom of the Divine.
(Ex.28:41; Lev.4:3,5, 16; 1 Sam.2:10,35; 1 Kings 19:16.)

May the Messianic vision of deliverance help me be anointed or Christed for raising the
consciousness of the people of Light throughout the world until the day of
graduation into the higher worlds.
Amen.

52 ‘OSE SHALOM (Hebrew). “Creator of Peace” or “The One who Makes Peace.”

The One who can truly transform the aggression of humanity into Divine Love and who helps to elevate humanity
for which reasonthese words are said in the Kaddish which ends with a hope for the Divine to establish peace in one’s life
and throughout the world.

May the ‘Ose Shalom help seal and preserve the peace that passes all human
understanding for the Divine Mission of Life.
Amen.

53 ROKEB BA-ARABOT (Hebrew). “He who rides upon the higher spheres or passageways.”

The Divine moving upon the higher realms of creation and through the dimensions of eternity.
(Ps. 68: 4)

May the Rokeb Ba-arabot who rides upon the clouds and governs the hyper-dimensions
of glory manifest great revelation to the nations of the world as The Beloved and give witness
of the revelatory power within The Names to those seeking to know the opening of the heavens.
Amen.

54 RUACH HA KOIDESH (Hebrew). “The Holy Spirit”

The Infinite Spirit of God that is Holy and expressed as a central part of the
Trinity Power for All the Universe. This expression is also connected with the
Hagios Pneuma in Greek
(e.g., Luke 11:13; Eph. 1:13; 4:30)(Is. 63: 10-11)

May the wonderful powers of the Ruach Ha Koidesh sanctify and dwell within us as the
Divine Comforter and Supplier of Faith.
Amen.

55 SABAOTH HA MALKA (Hebrew) “Queen of the Sabbath.”

The divine as the female aspect of the Godhead. An expression given to the Divine
Counterpart of the Father of Creation.

May the Queen of the Sabbath activate the inner nature of radiance divisible into innumerable
sparks that take shape in the bridal garment of loving powers within the influx of the
Supreme Will from the feminine side of the Divine.
Amen.

56 SAR SHALOM (Hebrew). “The Prince of Peace.”

The deliverer appointed to deliver Israel.
(Is. 9:6)

May the Prince of Peace, Sar Shalom, as the Savior, the Wonderful Counsellor,
The Mighty and Everlasting One bring forth the realization of true liberation and inner peace
and help those who struggle for the meaning of the diamond vehicle in this world of illusory form.
Amen.

57 SHEKINAH (Hebrew). “The Divine Presence”

The Divine Glory manifested to the holy people of YHWH whenever The Presence is felt.

O Shekinah may we be blessed in this world with the dispensation of gifts of the Holy Spirit.
May we be regenerated thrice, once in the body, once in the mind, and once in the spirit.
Amen.

58 SHEM HAMEFORASH (Hebrew).”The Ineffable Divine Name”

The Tetragrammaton that is not pronounced but kept Sacred.

May the Shem HaMeforash bless and govern the human creation in all of the
inner mysteries of life in protection of the future evolution of DNA.
Amen.

59 SHEMA YISRAEL (Hebrew). “Hear O Israel.”

Israel’s highest prayer as found in the foundation for Deuteronomy 6:4.

O Shema Yisrael, may the sacred call to the Homeland above lift us to the highest level
of knowing our call into the Eternal’s Divine vibration and music of the
spheres that sustains the peace of the universe.
Amen.

60 SHEMOTH (Hebrew). “Names”

This expression is the Hebrew name for the book of “Exodus”
which provided the divine program of deliverance.  It is called this
because that is one of the first three words in the first sentence
of the second book of the Torah.

O Eternal Divine One, may the divine exodus through Thy intervention as the Shemoth
prepare us for the cosmic exodus from this world to the higher worlds of the
House of Many Mansions.
Amen.

61 URIM-THUMMIM (Hebrew). “The Lights and the Powers”.

The sacramental tools of the high priesthood for paraphysical communication.
(Exo 28:30; Lev 8:8; Deu 33:8; Ezr 2:63; Neh 7:65;Urim only: Num 27:21; I Sa 28:6)

May the indwelling powers of the Urim and Thummim open the inner nature
of life to the great powers of the high priesthood of the Universe.
Amen.

62 VAY-YIK-RA (Hebrew). “The Call”

This expression is the Hebrew name for the book of “Leviticus” to be used by the
priesthood who understand the power of prayer and the call to Holiness as the first word of the book.

May Thy Divine Law, in the expression of Vay-Yik-Ra, lead us into the pathway of holiness
and purify us from the limitations of this world and the shadow realities of the lower cosmos.
Amen.

63 YAHWEH (Hebrew). “The Revealed Name of the Divine.”

The Name of the Eternal Divine is found over 6,800 times in the Old Testament and is
first used in Gen. 2:4. It is used with the definite (“the” for the first time in the scriptures after
Enoch walked with God.

O Living and Eternal God, Yahweh, without beginning and end, may Thou
always be with me for sharing Thy Revealed Name of the true nature of
divine partnership. May the power and permutations of Thy holy Name guide
our lives as Thou hast guided the diaspora of Thy people in the Universe
in the aeons before planet earth.
Amen.

64 YAHWEH ELOHIM (Hebrew). “God Creator” or “Lord God.”

In Genesis 2:4 this expression is given to bring the nature of the Divine as revealed in
Genesis 1 together with the Personal God as revealed in Genesis 2 together
(e.g., Judges 5:3; Isa. 17:6; Psa. 59:5).

In Thy Revealed Names of true living Godhead, Yahweh Elohim, may Thy glorious
Name from universe to universe follow us and make us true sons and daughters of Light.
Amen.

65 YAHWEH ROI (Hebrew). The “Lord is my Shepherd”

This sacred expression reveals the Divine as Lord who watches over us for all eternity.
(Ps. 23:1)

O Yahweh Roi awakened as the jeweled vehicle of body, mind and spirit in the
work of the Torah Or.
Amen.

66 YAHWEH SHALOM (Hebrew). “The Peace of Yahweh.”

This expression that acknowledges the Divine is Peace, seen in the form of the
Dove and used for the elevation of creation.
(Judges 6:24)

Divine Lover, O Yahweh Shalom, give us the “Peace that passes all human understanding”
and exalt in our heart Thy love for us as the Eternal One who is Sanctified.
O Divine of Eternal Peace, lift up our heart so that we can see peace
prevail in the midst of whirling galaxies through Thy Law
and Thy Word as the true Living God of eternal Peace and the celebration of Life.
Amen.

67 YIGDAL ELOHIM CHAI (Hebrew). “Exalted be the Living God.”

The title used for prayer and praise of the higher and magnified nature of the Living God as
existing in all of the universes.

In all prayer and meditations, may the words of my lips exalt Yidgal Elohim Chai. May great
discernment be given as we exalt the Living God who stands before all gods and lords
of creation as the guiding divine essence before all physical planetary worlds.
Amen.

68 YOD HE VAU HE (Hebrew). “The Tetragrammaton.”

The Sacred Letters of the Divine Name as a foundation for the Divine
work of The Keys of Enoch®, as well as sages throughout the centuries.

May the four sacred letters, Yod-He-Vau-He, the blueprint of Divine Life in the
physical Adam, be upon our foreheads in the newness and joy of the awakened blueprint
of supernature. Hallowed Be Thy Name.
Amen.

69 YOSHUA YAHWEH (Hebrew). “The Anointed of Name of Yahweh”

This expression signifies ‘Blessed be Yoshua, the Deliverer who cometh in the Name of the Divine’.
This is an acknowledgement of the recognition of the Unity Work of Redemption between
the Father and Son, the Messianic Assignment.

Divine Eternal Son who is begotten from the Father as Yoshua Yahweh, may your blessed work
of grace and love be known in the kingdom of mankind. May Thy name be exalted as we say
through the ages, Blessed is Yoshua who cometh in the name of Yahweh.
Amen.

70 YOTZER HA’ADAM (Hebrew). “The Creator of Adam.”

The first man gathered out of the thought-forms of the Divine in the higher worlds that emanated
into the dust of this world. This is the 2nd of the 7 blessings that are recited at the end of the traditional
Hebrew wedding feast.

O Yotzer Ha-Adam, Divine Eternal Creator of the Adamic seed. May the Image of Humankind
in Adam be always reminded that the image and similitude of this life came from the
highest levels of Thy Mind and Thy Image.
Amen.

71 YOTZER MEOROT (Hebrew). “The Creator of the Illuminaries.”

The Divine Mind as Creator of the higher worlds.

O Yotzer Meorot, most living and exalted Creator of the Illuminaries. May we see
Thy work and the vast expanse of Thy glory in the whirling star systems of glory.
Amen.

72 ZEIR ANPIN (Hebrew). “Short Faced One, the Microprosopus.”

The immediate face of God in the physical universe according to Jewish mystics.

Beloved and radiant face revealed to the saints, may Thy face, Zeir Anpin, be a
witness of eternal life. May the glory of Thy face remind us of the great love and beauty
of Thy sublime nature which indwells within our image and our destiny as Thy
celestial seed in human form. May the meeting of Thy presence, face-to-face,
come through Thy holy name YHVH.
Amen.


As our work is ecumenical; for other expressions in various languages see: Greek, Vedic-Sanskrit
Please note: The above list of Sacred Names, although mainly derived from biblical scriptures and sacred texts is a unique list
with accompanying prayers compiled from the scholarly work of Dr. J.J. Hurtak.
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