Is the Aleph Tav a Direct Object Pointer?


This short video is an attempt to differentiate between the belief that the Aleph Tav is nothing more than a physical Hebrew Grammar mark pointing out the direct object and/or as a spiritual sign which points to what acclaimed rabbis taught for thousands of years, as a mark of the Divine Hand which defined Elohim and points to amplification and divine intention and also how I feel it relates and connects to Y’shua the messiah. Remember this….any admission that the A/T is divine, is evidence that it MUST include the Yah-head and consequently Y’shua. This is why the powers-to-be fight so hard that the A/T has NO spiritual significance whatsoever and this is proven false by virtue of the fact that the placement of the A/T is by “subject matter” and consequently why it is left out of 75% of the Tanakh and if it is placed by “subject matter” it is an admission of it’s connection to the “divine”. There is no escaping this fact! 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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