This is the big one I really-really wish I’d found before. We were so very close in part 1. It seems that the cryptocrats in charge have been calling themselves “Jews” for millennia, because that word means leader.
The Hebrew word for Jew is Yehudi, written יהודי yhwdy. It is a nisba adjective derived from Judah, written יהודה yhwdh. What is the word root and what does it stand for?
The problem is that Y/H/W are shifty “weak” vowel-type consonants, so only the D definitely belongs to the potential word root that would give us the meaning. The official derivation for Judah is from “praise”, written ידה ydh. You get there by stripping the 1st H and the W.
)Yehudi: Jew, Jewish, Jews, Judeans — (Strong יהודי •
Yehudah: probably “praised,” a son of Jacob, also his descendants, the Southern יהודה •
kingdom — (Strong)
)yadah: throw, cast, confess, give thanks, praise, thank — (Strong ידה •
As with Judah’s brethren, we get an official pun explaining his name, as “praise”.
And once more, she conceived and gave birth to a son and said, “This time I will praise the LORD.” So she named him Judah. Then Leah stopped having children.
ותהר עוד ותלד בן ותאמר הפעם אודה את יהוה על כן קראה שמו יהודה ותעמד מלדת Genesis 29:35
“Praise” may be a good derivation for regular faithful Jews, but not for powerful aristocrats. You can get another derivation by stripping the 2nd H and the Y. The word is then הוד hwd meaning “majesty” and “authority”. Since the Y in Hebrew is also a grammatical prefix meaning “he will”, you could interpret the name Judah as “will be majestic” or “will have authority”.
)hod: authority, honor, majesty, splendor — (Strong הוד
Confer on him some of your authority, so that the whole congregation of Israel will obey him. ונתתה מהודך עליו למען ישמעו כל עדת בני ישראל
Splendor and majesty are before Him; strength and joy fill His dwelling. הוד והדר לפניו עז וחדוה במקמו
1 Chronicles 16:27
The LORD highly exalted Solomon in the sight of all Israel and bestowed on him royal majesty such as had not been bestowed on any king in Israel before him.
ויגדל יהוה את שלמה למעלה לעיני כל ישראל ויתן עליו הוד מלכות אשר לא היה על כל מלך לפניו על ישראל
1 Chronicles 29:25
What is a “majesty” then? The English word is derived from the Latin magnus root meaning “great”, likely a form of magistrate. The Hebrew word hwd doesn’t seem to be derived from greatness though. It has another very specific meaning, found with the very similar letter combination הד hd in Aramaic & Arabic. It means leader or guide. The official root is hdy, though it is often vowelized to hwdy.
- הדי •
- הדי •
- הדי •
- הדוי •
- הדיו •
- )hdyˀˀ: leader — (CAL הדיאא •
hdy: to lead — (CAL) hdy: leading — (CAL) hdy: leader — (CAL)
hdwy: leader — (CAL)
hdyw: leadership, guidance — (CAL)
- הדין •
- הודי •
- מהדין •
- מהדינו •
- מתהדין •
- מתהדינו •
hdyn: guide — (CAL) hwdy: guidance — (CAL)
mhdyn: one that guides — (CAL) mhdynw: leadership — (CAL)
mthdyn: one guided — (CAL)
mthdynw: guidance, being guided — (CAL)
- )yahdī: to guide — (Wikt يَ ْه ِدي •
- ) hidāya: to guide — (Wikt ِه َدايَة •
- ) ˀahdā: to submit — (Wiktأَ ْه َدى •
- ) tahaddā: to be guided — (Wiktتَ َه َدى •
- ) ihtadā: to be directed — (Wikt ِا ْهتتَ َدى •
- ) ˀahdā: better lead — (Wiktأَ ْه َدى •
- ) hidya: way how something goes — (Wikt َه ْديَة •It seems that being ruled by secret “leaders” across all cultures is just the “way how it goes”. Hah!Many terms could theoretically be derived from Judah, but we know “leader” is the one secretly meant by the aristocrats, because we found another punny synonym for “leader” in part 1: the bees. That’s why they style themselves with & as bees all the time. That was the fricken pun, arrrgh!!!
bee = dbr = leader = hdy ≈ yhwdy = Jew
And “crypto-Jew” now punnily-literally means “crypto-leader”. Many other secondary puns are possible (ydˁ, yˁd, yḥd), but I’ll explore one in-depth, because there’s a link to banksterism again.