Ancient Aramaic Symbol

This Symbol Is A Scribal Abbreviation Of The Name Of God As Revealed By Moses On Mount Sinai ( Exodus 3:14) . Ancient Middle Eastern Scribes Employed This Symbol To Indicate That The Writing Was Of A Sacred Nature. Reading from left to right are the Aramaic letters , Yuth and Hay , pronounced Yah. The one dot below stands for the One Universal God. The Three Dots above represents three menifestation (KENOMAY) that the Ancient Aramaic Speaking Church Fathers Attributed To The Godhead.
Mind..............Father
Wisdom.........Son
Life...............Holy Spirit

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