Important Hebrew words with the Hebrew Letter Yud for Peace on Earth

The Hebrew Letter Yud

If you’re not aware of the powerful significance of the letter Yud in Hebrew, you’re missing out on a lot of fun, and some potentially mind-blowing healing truths. I say healing in particular because of the power of the name of Yeshua, of course, which initiates with a Yud in Hebrew, but also of equal albeit different meaning in the name Jerusalem – Yerushalayim in Hebrew, which contains some wonderful goodies waiting to be burst out of that end-of-days pinata.

The Yud in Hebrew is a special letter that can be likened to a first-dimensional dot emerging out of the void of no-thingness, giving a nod to the Kabbalistic expression “Something from nothing” (Yesh me Ayin) which depicts the nature of creation of this world. Not a coincidence that the very expression, something from nothing, seen just below, also begins with a Yud in Hebrew.

יש מאין

The most significant name that employs the use of the Yud is YHVH, also known as the Tetragrammaton, and often pronounced as / spelled out as Yawveh.

YHVH tetragrammatom
YHVH tetragrammatom

When we look at the Tetragrammaton, we have many levels to explore, many nuances, mysteries, and angles. One of these is the recognition of the Four Worlds of Kabbalah. The Yud represents the highest world – the world of Atzilut. The Absolute realm. The Four Worlds is a big passion of mine and I will devote another blog to walking those worlds with you.

Those four letters in the Tetragrammaton also point to the four alchemical elements.

Yod = Fire = Father = Sun

First Hey is Air = Air = Child created by the union of the Sun and the Moon.

Vav is Water = Mother = Moon

Second Hey = Earth

In Gematria, meaning – the numerical value of the letter, The Yud is the 10th letter of the Hebrew alphabet, and so it’s numerical value aka Gematria is 10. Then the Hey, one to the left, is the fifth letter of the Hebrew alphabet, and so it’s Gematria is 5, then the Vav, which looks like an l, or a straightish sort of line, is 6, and the last Hey on the left is again numerically 5. The total numerical Gematria of YHVH is 26.

Now here’s a very special Kabbalistic code. Looking at the left of the Tetragrammaton, we see the letter Aleph, which is the very first letter of the Hebrew alphabet, representing God’s Oneness. Its Value is 1, yet, internally, it contains 3 letters. Two Yuds and one Vav.

Gematria – numerical value of YHVH compared to the Aleph

That’s right. Hebrew letters are made up of OTHER Hebrew letters. Cool eh? So the Aleph, has 2 Yuds and a Vav. Look at the Hey – It has a Daled and a Yud. This is true for many Hebrew letters. They are like building blocks and their significance depends on what they depict or represent.

The Aleph, representing God’s Oneness, Balanced Positive, is the Hebrew Yin and Yang, or the as above, so below – alchemical union of opposites.

Having 2 Yuds has a Gematria of 10 + 10 = 20 and one Vav (6) – therefore the internal Gematria of the Hebrew letter Aleph is 26. So we see how Yod Hey Vav Hey and Aleph are the same numerically / Gematrically and both represent God’s Oneness.

The Aleph is a kind of Trinity. We have the Male and Female marriage, as in Fire and Water, this makes Steam, which is Water in Air, which is the Aquarian Love Christ Child made by the union of the Father and the Mother. This is a Trinity – Father, Mother, Child.

The Trinity is also beheld in the Hebrew Letter Shin (pronounced as in Charlie Sheen) In the Shin, one can see the two Yuds (10 + 10) on the right and the Vav on the left with the value (6) = a total value of 26. So the Shin itself, sometimes representative of another name of God- Shadai, is like the Aleph and the Yod Hey Vav Hey.

Shin has two Yuds and a Vav inside of it

Very often, the name Yeshua is spelled out as follows:


This is a special name, one that means “the redeemer” or “the saviour,” and it was sometimes also spelled all out as:


but this name was not reserved for Yeshua, as in Christ, so it lacks a certain je ne said quoi for the Nazarene. That is why I like writing Yeshua’s name with the very special spelling using the secret Gematria that I just shared above: with Yod Hey Vav Hey and Shin. What we get is Yod Hey Shin Vav Hey which looks like this.

I believe this to be the more sacred way of writing the name Yeshua because it contains the name of God, then equally the Trinity letter Shin which also has the internal Gematria of 26 like the Tetragrammaton. It’s like double-26, or shows how the Child (Shin – Trinity = 26) is One with the Creator = 26.

So that’s quite a special name with Yud.

Now we move on to other special names with Yud: The sons of Abraham. Isaac and Ishmael, written in Hebrew as follows.

Ishmael      and           Isaac

Both of these names begin with the Hebrew letter Yud and both are highly interesting names. They are so important in fact, that I have devoted an entire blog to just the significance of these two names and to the correction of an ages-old error which continues to be supported so long as the error itself remain unacknowledged. It’s important, after reading that blog to return here, and to recognize the significance of the next powerful word beginning with the letter Yud. (Sounds like a good category on Jeopardy!)

Let’s have a look at how Jerusalem is written in Hebrew.

Jerusalem in Hebrew

This word YerooShalayim is really made up of two Hebrew words. Yeroo, which means, they will see, and Shalim, which is a variation of the word peace. The way the phrase “They will see peace” is written is as follows:

They will see peace

The only difference is that the Aleph is removed from the word Yeroo, but the pronunciation is still the same, since the Aleph is silent anyway, and so it still means “They will see.” Now the word peace has a Yud instead of a Vav, which hides a code which was revealed to me a while ago. The code is that “They will see peace” refers to the Yud, and in particular, like the future predictive nature of the word Yerooshalayim, they will see peace, this points to the two future predictive names of Ishmael and Isaac – God will hear and He will laugh. Perhaps God will hear them both laughing together?

Ishmael and Isaac – The Sons of Abraham that will see peace

And of course, the Arbitrator, the peace maker, Yeshua, may have a little something to do with the Yud in the name “They will see peace.”

Ishmael and Yitzhak / Israel will see peace.

So let it be written. So let it come to pass.

I leave you now with a song from my album The Psalngs of Solomon which depicts the peace spoken of here.

The Psalng of Solomon

Click to play.

Oh yes there is a secret chord, that
Daddy played and it pleases the Lord, but
Do you care to hear this music, do ya?
Well if you do then listen on,
What really matters is Imagine
Nation now or never it’s all up to YOU yeah,
Is it all up to you? Yeah! Is it up to me too? Yeah!
Do we wait for Jah? Yeah! And we do and we be and we be and we do

do be do do be do yeah!

And I have come to be healed and freed,
From all that I desired in greed,
But how could I let our Love go and deny her?
When she draws back her bow now I open my shirt,
So the Love can ascend healing the hurt,
That I caused when I fell in love with power.
Love of Power kills! The Love of Absolute Power is Hell!
Love of Power Heals when the Power of Love Fulfills

Interlude 1

And we’re still missing the Ark from Aaron,
Maybe I can get it from the Leonard Cohen,
I wouldn’t want to interrupt him if he’s sitting Zazen.
But if he would, then I shall,
Open up the lid, for One and All,
And sing inside Shalom Salaam,
Salaam Shalom,
Salaam alaikum Sons of Abraham

And we’ve been slaves, just like all peoples,
And we’ve had snakes to command our chapels,
If we told a lie it was really only to fool ya
But never mind how those things began,
It only really matters how they’ll end,
An angry or a friendly NeighborHoova,
Friendly Neighborhoova, a  place of Peace with an open door-vah,
Door-vah Dor-vah Welcome Kingdome Come In Yeah

Interlude 2

If I wasn’t clear enough, I’ll climb a tall tent pole,
To shout out I know the Third Temple,
Has an open door cause it’s really for all people,
We came at this hour to Unite the Tribes,
To heal where TowerBle Tongues have divided,
Bring down the stones ‘cause He’s here Oh Israel,

Here oh Israel, Shlomo Po (Solomon is Here)
Did you that Jerusalem means “They Will See Peace”?
Did you know that the King’s name, it is the same? (Yeshua-Shalom)

Bring down the Golden Dome Oh Ishmael,
Place it in the square of the Kotel (the Wailing Wall),
And Sons of Abraham, Sit down and share some falafel.
And clear those rocks of our tribe-ulations,
So the Stone of the Holiest Can shine Its Light of Day Again,
And this time let the Light Be unto the Nations,

Unto the Nations,
Let the Dream Come,
True King Dome Come in
We are Home in Kingdome
We are home He is home she is home,
I am home with a friend not alone,
I am once again home in the den –
C                                                  G
With one wife with a love with a friend
Am                                                         F
We are home in the King and Queen’s Ohhhhm,
Shalom Salaam Abraham,
We’ve been wrong, let’s move on, Oh Brothers, Who Wins?
Let’s break bread, make amends, For Peace Sake, We’re Cousins!
Welcome in Imagine Nation
Oh It has begun

say Halleluja… every single person from every single nation… healing harmony in the song of Ahava (love)… gathering of the tribes for unification… it’s up to us of course we can…


Peace be with you. Salaam Alaikum. Shalom Aleichem.

Dr. Moshe

A Universal Jew, Kabbalist, huge fan of Yeshua, Moshe Daniel Block (aka Dr. Moshe) is like a Da Vinci of our times. He's a Naturopathic doctor, Homeopath, Musician, Author, Inventor, and Hermeticist. He graduated from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in 2000 and then completed the Homeopathic Master Clinician Course (HMC) in 2003. Dr. Moshe is also the author of the inspiring books: Holistic Counseling -Introducing the Vis Dialogue (2016), The Revolution of Naturopathic Medicine (2004), and The Last Four Books of Moses on Kabbalah (2004). He is the inventor of the moe-joe cell, an alternative fuel-cell and energy healing device. He was personally diagnosed with myasthenia gravis in 1995, a potentially fatal autoimmune disease. He cured himself and has become a leader in mind-body medicine, teaching other health care practitioners in his popular course Holistic Counseling. He is the creator of the folk-rock music album The Psalngs of Solomon and is the founder of the website

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  • Teresa
    January 24, 2017 at 1:30 am

    Thank you for another very informative post, Dr. Moshe. It definitely broadens my perspective on things.
    I think that one of the most grace-filled portions of scripture, and that has bearing on what you wrote, is in Genesis 16 where Hagar had run away because Sarai was being abusive to her. As you stated above, she was definitely dealt with very unjustly, and God saw it. The angel of the Lord came to her and told her that she should return to Sarai because she (Hagar) was indeed pregnant and would birth Ishmael. What really is beautiful to me is that in this passage, Hagar referred to God as “El Roi”, which means “You are the God who sees me”. What is also so profound is that this is the only place in scripture where God is called by this name. I feel like this resonates with what you shared above regarding God’s proven love for Hagar and Ishmael. He didn’t abandon them., but took care of them as well. When I have had times in which I questioned whether or not God was listening ( dark nights of the soul), The Holy Spirit has reminded me of this passage and that God really does “see me”, and is faithful and does care about my concerns. I really love how you expound so much on all of this and bring out things that I have never heard of before. It is very helpful and profound!

    • Dr. Moshe
      Dr. Moshe
      January 24, 2017 at 3:48 am

      It’s hard to admit those errors, that they had been done to Hagar and Ishmael. We’d rather think every action by every matriarch and patriarch was perfect. But it creates a false reality because they were not perfect, so to see them that way is believing in an illusion. Better to own it, then the reality that we really want can take place in the living, breathing world rather than confined to the inanimate scripture.

  • Teresa
    January 25, 2017 at 3:46 am

    Yes, the Bible is indeed fraught with such examples of the seemingly heroic and chosen people making major mistakes. They were human, like we are. I really did enjoy how you brought out the fascinating aspects of the Hebrew alphabet in your post. I definitely didn’t mean to switch gears with my comment. I just thought of it when I read aspects of what you wrote. You have a wonderful heart of love and compassion for people. I agree totally with what you wrote to the Muslims. We should never generalize with any people group, but know each person on an individual level. Bless you 😊

    • Dr. Moshe
      Dr. Moshe
      January 25, 2017 at 4:00 am

      Thank you Teresa and God bless you too.

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Dr. Moshe

A Universal Jew, Kabbalist, huge fan of Yeshua, Moshe Daniel Block (aka Dr. Moshe) is like a Da Vinci of our times. He’s a Naturopathic doctor, Homeopath, Musician, Author, Inventor, and Hermeticist.