A Blueprint Needs Architects

A Title Verses a Name

I have to say, I really like my name. I’m happy my parents called me Jamie. My name is who I am. What about you? Do you like your name? Our names are important to us, right? Who are we without one?

As I was growing up, my family always had a dog in the house. A Sheltie Collie. As time would pass, at some point our dog would get old and pass on, but a new puppy would come. The first thing we would do was give him or her a name. Have you ever noticed how much the personality of a dog somehow fits the name you give them? Think as well of how much planning goes into place for expectant parents in giving the right name to their coming child.

In today’s world, so often I hear the term or saying, “I want to make a name for myself.” Throughout the internet and throughout society we have everybody wanting to make a name for themselves. At the foundation of this is our name. We want it to be famous. We want recognition. We want it to be seen and known. Why? Because we are the ones behind our names. Names are very important.

Moving forward, when looking at the names of our company owners and architects, I find one challenge is that, in English, we are not using their real names. We are using their titles. Can you imagine bringing home a cute, cuddly female puppy and when thinking about her name you call her “dog.” (Note: I know some people who have done this. And hearing them call their dog’s name is hilarious.) Or, even crazier, bringing your baby boy home from the hospital and calling him “boy.” You just wouldn’t do this. At least, I hope you wouldn’t!

When we work at our job we have a title as well, which is normally connected to the job we do. Maybe you are lead designer at Apple, or you are the checkout clerk at the local supermarket. Lead designer or checkout clerk are titles, not names. George, who is the lead designer, or Jennie, who is the checkout clerk, want to be called by their names, not their titles, as this is not very personal at all. Over time, George and Jennie would find it rude of us to always call them by their title and not by their true, knowable names.

What then, are the names used of our company owners and architects? Well, in most cases today it’s basically God and the Lord in English. These though, are not names but titles. Because of this, it means that over time we removed the sense of their personal nature and character. Just as our fathers, mothers, brothers, sisters, colleagues, and friends have personal names, our company owners and architects also have personal names. God and the Lord are no different from calling someone your checkout clerk or lead designer in terms of the title that they hold. Yet there is the deeper level of the person behind the title that we can come to know.

I would like to give an example of what kind of impact this has on the formation of a blueprint plan. Steve Jobs is one of the greatest minds of our time. The creator of the iPhone. Let’s say they recorded the initial blueprint design of the iPhone with his name as Steve in English. English at the time was the global business language. Time passes and 300 years later that blueprint gets translated into the new global business language called Mandarin Chinese. At the time of that translation, his name gets recorded as Appleman because someone in the company was fearful of him and his name and wanted to avoid people speaking it out loud.

Another 1,000 years passes, and we have a new global business language called Gaelic. In this new language, rather than translate the blueprint from the original English to Gaelic, it’s translated from Mandarin Chinese to Gaelic. Now because of this we still only know Steve as Appleman, and we have no deeper connection to him and his name. Appleman becomes a title to us and the name we use. But is it his name? Do you think Steve would be happy about this? Probably not. He would want us to get his name right. At least, I hope he would.

Therefore, I want to introduce you to the personal names of our owners and architects. When we come to know their names, we learn who they are on a more personal level. We can better grow in a relationship with them as we understand the blueprint plan and when we come to eventually join the family business they are running. If we want to join it.

The Names of Our Owners and Architects Are …

When we step back in time, we find that an important moment for the Bible blueprint was the year AD 1450. This was the year the printing press in Europe was introduced. What followed was the Bible blueprint being made available to everyone in AD 1611. It’s known as the Authorized King James Version Bible. King James, who ruled Scotland, England, and Ireland, proclaimed this version to be created. This was where the names of our architects were most influenced. Not maliciously, but by translation from three languages into English.

While the King James Version is Old English, the source languages that impact this English are, in fact, Paleo-Hebrew, Koine Greek (the people’s Greek), and Latin. These impacted the King James Version. The Bible blueprint is broken up into two parts. The old blueprint plan is known to most people as the old testament or covenant. This is written in Hebrew as its source language. Then we have the new blueprint plan, known as the new testament or covenant. This was written in Koine Greek, which was the people’s Greek that the average person in the Roman Empire could understand. At one point, both the old and the new blueprint plans were translated into Latin.

In English, we normally know our company owners and architects as:

  • God
  • Lord / Lord God
  • Jesus / Jesus Christ

I put their names into a chart. This shows how they’ve been translated from Hebrew, which was the original language. We can then better understand the structure of our architects’ native names.





אֱלהִים (Elohim (pl))
אֵל (El (sg))

Θεὸς, (Theos)

Deus God
(YHWH) or (Yahweh)
Κύριος (Kurios)


יְהוָֹה אֱלהִים
(Yahweh Elohim)
Κύριος ὁ θεός
(Kurios o Theos)
Dominus Deus Lord God
יְשׁוּעָה (Yeshuah) Ἰησοῦς (Iēsous) Iesu Jesus
יְשׁוּעָה מָשִׁיחַ 
(Yeshuah Mashiach)
Ἰησοῦς Χριστός
(Iēsous Christos)
Iesu Christi Jesus Christ

*Note: Hebrew needs to be read from right to left.

The Son (Chief Technology Officer (CTO))

In the Old Blueprint Plan: Used Words –> The Lord / The Lord God

We begin with a starting point of Hebrew in the old blueprint. All the writings during this period are focused on him. I would consider calling him the CTO of the company. He’s in charge of the entire technology and the project. In the Hebrew language his name looks like יְהוָֹה. In English, without the vowels, we spell his name YHWH, as Hebrew had no vowels.

Today, most believe his name would be pronounced something like Yahweh (said Yaa-way), though even Jewish scholars say that no one has perfect knowledge of how his name should be said. His name shows up 6,824 times in the old blueprint plan.[1] The declaration of his name is extremely important. It is who he is. He is Yahweh Elohim, with Elohim being the Hebrew word for God. Yahweh gave the world the Ten Commandments on sapphire stones first through the Israelites.

When we read the old blueprint plan, we learn that in fact his name and character mean everything to him, just like our name means everything to us. He worked to promote his name back then like the top social media influencers work today to promote their name. His name is everything to him.

What I have learned in reviewing all the data is that the Hebrew Judeans over time became so terrified of misusing his name that they made their own rules of how to best avoid using it. These rules became their own traditions. I shared the Steve Jobs example. This exact example happened in history to Yahweh. We find that between 285 and 246 BC, the Hebrew writings were translated into the new global language, which was Greek. They did this in Alexandria, Egypt and the book became known as the Septuagint.[2] This was the Greek version of the Hebrew writings.

Due to their traditions of avoiding his name, they translated Yahweh into Kurios (Κύριος) in Greek. What followed over time was the translators used in Latin Dominus (Lord) and in English the Lord. The impact of this was clear. The result was the removal of his personal name from their writings and the replacing of it with an impersonal title all because they were fearful of his name.

You may wonder, why do I call Yahweh the son?

In my research, the evidence is overwhelming in the old blueprint plan that Yahweh is in fact the name of the son. If we consider that since 246 BC with the Greek Septuagint, our focus has been on his title and not on his personal name, then we really miss understanding the true character of who our amazing CTO and company co-owner is. Hebrew is an amazing language. Each letter reveals such depths of a person’s character. In Yahweh’s name we have:

יְ         Yod: Meaning (Hand, Work, Deed)

ה        Heh: Meaning (Window, Lo!, Behold!)

וָֹ         Vav (or Waw): Meaning (Hook, Nail)

ה        Heh: Meaning (Window, Lo!, Behold!)

When we put these together, we have the words: I am he who breathes life; behold the nailed hands.[3] We could translate it to the simplest form, that being: Hand Behold! Nail Behold! It’s remarkable to see that the personal name of this “God” we read about in the old blueprint plan of the Bible has a meaning, and in the meaning it tells us—from the beginning—that he would be on the cross with “nailed hands” one day. This whole understanding is greatly lost though, if we only use his title and not his personal name.

When we read that, in fact, it was Yahweh the son in relationship with all his management teams throughout history, we have a deeper connection to him being the great I AM and being our most important CTO and project lead. He’s the boss of all bosses. We read in the old blueprint:

God [Elohim] said to Moses, “I AM WHO I AM. This is what you are to say to the Israelites: ‘I AM has sent me to you.’”[4]

Two millennia later, Jesus is making the same claim about himself, saying:

Jesus said to them, “Truly, truly, I say to you, before Abraham was, I am.”[5]

There’s an interesting statement recorded in the new blueprint by the apostle John—a statement Jesus makes that if it was not true, makes him a liar. These are:

And the Father who sent me has testified about me himself. You have never heard his voice or seen him face to face,[6]

Not that the Father has been seen by anyone, except by the One Who is from God. This One has seen the Father.[7]

Jesus is stating to the ruling governmental leaders: nobody has seen my father. Nobody has heard my father’s voice except me! It’s a bold statement, to be sure. Yet when we read and review the old blueprint, we see someone named Yahweh Elohim, the El Supreme, the One El has always been speaking to his team and people over the course of about 4,000 years. We learn the entire project of earth and the universe was created in him and for him.

It must be our CTO, who is the son and co-founder, who has been leading the company and driving the technology plan of the blueprint. Taking it through its stages of completion with the teams he has personally selected to work with him along the way. Jesus is declaring to everyone around him: people, listen up; I AM the one whom your fathers have been speaking to over the last 2,000 years. I am the great I AM. I am Yahweh, and only now am I revealing to you, I too have a father and he’s amazing. I love him so much!

If anyone wants to go into more depth, you can review Appendix 1: Knowing the Boss Deeper. In conclusion, I find it amazing to see that it’s been Yahweh Elohim the son all along who’s always been our CTO driving Project Earth to its coming conclusion. His name is so important to know and it’s so important to understand its meaning. Yahweh is the name we know him by in the old blueprint plan. Now let’s look at the new blueprint plan and see how his name has changed and what it says.


In the New Blueprint Plan: Used Words –> Jesus / Jesus Christ

The new blueprint part of the plan has its foundation in the people’s Greek. We’re now introduced to the name of Jesus. With his name, we also have a higher level of personalization. This is because throughout the new blueprint age there was never a hiding of his name or a fear of speaking his name. In fact, quite the opposite is true.

There’s a love so strong in those that know him and his name, they want to speak it out loud at any chance they can get. I want to touch on one further statement from the old blueprint plan which helps us to understand why the name of Jesus came about and not some other name:

Yah is my Strength and my Melody, And He became mine for salvation [yeshu’ah].[8]

עָזִּ֣י וְזִמְרָ֣ת יָ֑הּ וַֽיְהִי־לִ֝֗י לִֽישׁוּעָֽה׃

The Hebrew word yeshu’ah (יְשׁוּעָה) —or, as some write it, yeshua— means salvation. It’s known to be a noun, i.e. a name, but it’s also a verb, an action of saving. Based on the project plan of the earth, Yahweh as our CTO became our salvation to achieve a key part of earth’s restoration and upgrade plan. I will go more into this in a later chapter. But we read, recorded by the apostle Matthew in the new blueprint plan:

She will bring a son to birth, and when she does, you, Joseph, will name him Jesus—’God saves’—because he will save his people from their sins.[9]

τέξεται δὲ υἱὸν καὶ καλέσεις τὸ ὄνομα αὐτοῦ Ἰησοῦν, αὐτὸς γὰρ σώσει τὸν λαὸν αὐτοῦ ἀπὸ τῶν ἁμαρτιῶν αὐτῶν.

The Father (Chief Executive Officer (CEO))

In the New Blueprint Plan

God is always referenced as either Theos (θεός) or Patros Theos (πατρός θεός) in Greek. In Latin he is Deus and in English God or Father God. When we search the data of the new blueprint plan, the closest we can come to in terms of a personal name is in fact to call him “Abba.”[10] This is of Syriac Chaldean origin. In the past, most people have understood Abba to be the equivalent of “Daddy.” However, I agree with R. Herbert’s article that with newer understanding this “Abba connotes the privileged intimate relationship we have with a Father worthy of our total respect.”[11]

The new blueprint plan states that through a personal relationship with Jesus Christ we can know God as Abba Father. Jesus’ claim now is even stronger knowing he was formerly known as Yahweh. The apostle John boldly records:

Jesus said to him, “I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through Me.[12]

In the Old Blueprint Plan

I will make my own very bold statement based on all my analysis. This is that, in fact, “In the old blueprint plan known as the Old Testament, Abba Father is not found singularly referenced directly at all.” Not at all. The very first sentence in the blueprint is “In the beginning Elohim created the heavens and the earth.[13] As I shared, Elohim is a title and a state of being. Elohim is not directly plural, specifically when Yahweh says, “I am your Elohim.” It’s clear, however, that he’s not making himself out to be plural.

Yet there is a singular form of this word, which is El (אֵל). In the old blueprint, “El” appears in its basic form 235 times.[14] What I’ve found in my analysis of this word is in every single case of the 235 times, EL is always pointing to Yahweh. As Yahweh is EL, he has various names based on his nature and character. Some examples are: Yahweh is the One EL, Yahweh is the Faithful EL, Yahweh is the Righteous EL, and Yahweh is the All-Sufficient EL.

What we see is that the recordings of the apostle John of Jesus and his statements about his father show that Jesus is for the first time revealing to the world that he, as Yahweh, had a father. It seems more understandable now why, when Jesus claimed himself to be the great I AM, that it ended up infuriating the Judeans and they wanted to stone him. Nobody had any concept that their Elohim or God had a father that was even higher in power and authority than himself. This result was because in the old blueprint writings it’s not really revealed at all.

My hope in this chapter was to reveal to you the names of our company owners and architects—the ones who created the entire blueprint plan with their management teams. The ones who have begun a project that will one day end in the great and final upgrade of the earth. They are personal founders; ones we can all know if we desire to. Our CEO is Abba Father. Our CTO is Yahweh Elohim, known today as Jesus Christ.

This is the fabulous family-owned-and-operated company we all can join, if we want to accept the company policies they have in place. Unlike most companies today, we must meet their criteria to become part of the team, which, as I shared, is often very tough. Here, with this company, if we accept their company policies, then we’re good to go.

I’ll be speaking about these policies and rules in later chapters to help us understand what the requirements are to join the team.

As I move forward in this book, in any part of the Bible blueprint plan and the company rules I need to quote I will adjust the names of our company founders where needed, to better reflect their personal names. This means whenever the Father is referenced in the new blueprint plan as “Theos,” I will revise it to Abba Father. Any references from the old blueprint plan I will revise to El or Yahweh or Yahweh Elohim. When I write of Jesus the son, I will write Jesus-Yahweh, as I think this also helps us to connect his new name with his former name. Personal names are so important to us all. I want to make sure I take equal care with the names of my company’s founders.

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