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The Differences between EL and Elohim Posted on: 4/6 8:44:40
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We've all been lied to about the Hebrew language, as the people stating it literally can be shown to not understand it properly.

  • El (H410) is applicable to the Source, and is singular for God.
  • Eloh (H433) is a Divine Being, the added H means manifest by the Source.
  • Elohim (H430) is plural of Eloh, and means Divine Beings or gods; beings manifested by the Source.

Plural of EL is Elim (Gods), not Elohim; where there is no additional Strongs reference number for Elim, even tho there are multiple cases of it existing in Hebrew (Job 41:25, Psalms 29:1, Psalms 89:7, Isaiah 57:5, Daniel 11:36).

In Isaiah 46:9 we're told that EL is not like the Elohim, and 'to remember the days of old', which references Deuteronomy 32:7-9, where El Elyon is above the Elohim (Divine Council).

The Curse of Moses is because the Jews had rejected EL as the Source (Deuteronomy 32:18); whilst trying to make YHVH Elohim into EL, as they don't know the difference theologically.

Deuteronomy 32:18 Of the Rock who became your father, you are unmindful, and have forgotten God (EL) who gave you birth.


There is a Divine Council (Elohim) which surrounds the Source (EL), and outside of this reality, there are other realities possible with other Elim (Gods).

YHVH Elohim is the archangel who is Lord of Creation, and is a child of the Sources (Elim).

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