Introduction to the VAV-Aleph-Tav in the Scriptures


When you understand that the “Vav/Aleph/Tav” is simply another “Aleph/Tav” and that the translators were only translating the letter “Vav” as “and”, then you can realize the whole truth of the matter. The Aleph Tav is the mark and finger print of Y’shua the Messiah and the VAV/Aleph/Tav in the Old Testament Tanakh carries the same meaning. The Hebrew letter Vav means to “bridge” or “connect” and this is what it is implying when we see the Vav/Aleph/Tav in verses. The Vav is “connecting” the Aleph Tav to another Aleph Tav or Father’s memorial name used in the text…always. We see this from the very first verse in Genesis 1:1. This is amazing what Moses was trying to convey. That Father both with and through Y’shua (Elohim) created both the heavens and the earth. The GREATEST biblical discovery in our generation since John’s Revelation announced that the Aleph (Alpha) Tav (Omega) character symbol represents Y’shua the Messiah is the fact that His ‘mark’ is placed throughout the scriptures over 7000 times.

Email: William Sanford
Web site: Aleph Tav Scriptures

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