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Information-silkReal Name Yehweh (Also spelled Yahweh)
Information-silkAliases
*Adonai. Traditional Jewish term for the deity, plural of Adon ("Master", "Lord").
  • Allah
  • Ego eimi. Ancient Greek language term for "I am" or "I exist". Used as a name for the deity in the Gospel of John.
  • Ehyeh-Asher-Ehyeh. The name the deity uses for itself in the Book of Exodus. It is translated in English as "I Am that I Am" or "I Will Be What I Will Be".
  • Elah
  • Eloah
  • Elohim
  • God
  • Ha'Shem or Hashem. Jewish term for "the Name" . Used as a name for the deity.
  • Jah or Yah. Short form of YHWH in the Bible. Root word for certain Jewish theophoric names.
  • Jehoveh. Anglicized version of Yehweh.
  • Tetragrammaton. [1]. Tetragrammaton is a Greek-language term for "(consisting of) four letters". Representing the four letters which stand for the name of this deity.
  • YHWH[1]. The four Latin letters used for the name of the deity, translating the Hebrew term. "Y" stands for the letter "Yodh", "H" stands for the letter "He", "W" stands for the letter "Waw".
Information-silkRelativesAngels (Creations), Michael (Creation)
Information-silkAffiliationLeader of the Elohim and the Seraphim (angels), Council of Godheads
Information-silkBase Of OperationsHeaven
Status
Information-silkIdentityNo Dual Identity
Information-silkOccupationSupreme being of Earth's monotheistic faiths.
Characteristics
Information-silkGenderMale
Information-silkHeightVariable
Information-silkWeightVariable
Information-silkEyesVariable
Information-silkHairVariable
Information-silkUnusual FeaturesVariable
Origin
Information-silkOriginGod of Earth's monotheistic faith
Information-silkUniverseEarth-616
Information-silkCreatorsMark Gruenwald, Ralph Macchio, Keith Pollard
First Appearance
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In many of Earth's monotheistic religions, Yahweh has been viewed as the supreme being, creator of all things, and only god. It is currently unknown what his relationship is to the heads of Earth's other pantheons. Yahweh reportedly created the first people from the very dust of the earth, but they were often tempted and led into sin by beings claiming to be Satan (or Lucifer), who may or may not be Mephisto or any number of other hell-lords. Yahweh was the mentor and guiding force of numerous prophets and religious figures, but it was his divine son, Jesus Christ, who shed blood that mankind might be purified. His presence has led mankind in search of both religious freedom and in religious crusades. In recent years, He appeared incognito amongst several gods in an interfaith council, possibly the first of its kind, to discuss the threat the Celestials posed to the people of Earth.

Recently, Yahweh was revealed as the true source of the Ghost Rider's powers. Each Ghost Rider was a manifestation of Yahweh's divine power meant to combat evil on Earth. This power was stolen by the fallen angel Zadkiel who used it to conquer Heaven and usurp Yahweh's place as the ruler of creation. Eventually, the Ghost Riders were able to stop Zadkiel and Yahweh banished him to hell for all eternity.




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