Resheph is an interesting word so let me show you what was pointed out to me.
(Hebrew: “the Burner” or “the Ravager”) ancient West Semitic god of the plague and war he was also of the underworld, the companion of Anath and the equivalent of the Babylonian god Nergal.
He was also said to be a war god and was thus represented as a bearded man brandishing an axe or spear, holding a shield, and wearing a tall, pointed headdress with a goat’s or gazelles head on his forehead.
Resheph was worshiped especially at Ras Shamra, Byblos, and Arsūf (later Apollonia, near modern Tel Aviv–Yafo). Under the title Mikal (or Mekal), he was also worshiped at Beth-shean in eastern Palestine and at Ialium in Cyprus.
Resheph was usually believed to be related to MOT, the god of sterility and death, but he also seems to have been a god of well-being, plenty, and fertility, and in that respect, he may have been a form of the god BAAL.
Now take this word and invert it, spelling it backwards and then pronouncing it phonetically and you will see what I see – HPEHSEr.
gary of the family fraughen