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The name of God found in the Qumran Scrolls WAS NOT since these letters were not used by the Hebrew; but by the Idolatric Chaldean those who returned from the captivity:

The Hebrew alphabet consists of 22 letters. The original characters are now called Samaritan, those which appear on Hebrew coins. The present square characters are of the Chaldee origin, and came into use after the captivity. In the original writing most of the vowels were omitted. However, in latter years, the school of Masora introduced vowel points and this derived the name Masoretic. By then, the language was no longer spoken.This point in history sees the Hebrew text read differently than the Greek translations, and begins the separate paths of the Jewish, Catholic, and Protestant renderings of the bible
and by the Aramean

Therefore, the actual Jewish alphabet is far from the Hebrew that God and Moses used in the tables and in the book of the pacts,

Moses not only did not know the actual Chaldean-Jewish alphabet, but most of the actual Jewish words he didn't know either

The Masorites were responsible for many of the alterations in the vowels and definitions of the Hebrew words. In that the language had not been a spoken one for at least a hundred years before their endeavor, and not until 1948 was it brought back to life again after not being spoken for nearly 1600 years

for instance, the jewishs actually write EQDSh (the holy), but in the first century was written EQDUShE; and the word IRUShLIM (Jerusalem) was changed by IRUShLM, as it clearly shown in a coin of that time:

The changes were made step by step, for instance, in the following Jewish coin of the 132-135 of the Christian Era, the second occurrence of the letter I had been removed, but still the vowels U and O were used, even though the U was inverted (!):

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