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Eloah: Goddess of the Bible – “You will pray and She will hear.” February 4, 2010

By David B. Clark

Among the many pearls of truth that have purposely been concealed from churches and synagogues is the awareness that Elohim is simultaneously God and Goddess. In the original Hebrew of the Bible, Eloah [el-LO-ah], is the feminine form of ‘God.’ This one specific word, Eloah, literally means “Goddess.”

Theologians, motivated by various agendas, deliberately masked profound truths about Elohim [pronounced el-lo-HEEM], the God of the Bible. They intentionally obscured the presence of the Divine Feminine. Even though some of the Hebrew words for God have a distinctly feminine gender, translators have almost universally suppressed this, being unwilling to use the feminine word “Goddess.” They have consistently used only masculine pronouns when referring to God – even when feminine pronouns would have been correct.

Present-day Bible dictionaries and concordances are still biased, and ignore basic Hebrew grammatical rules in translating the various words for Deity. The result is that most Christians and Jews have been mis-taught that God is exclusively male.

Elohim is a majestic, awesome Being that is beyond comprehension. Elohim is translated into English as ‘God.’ It is actually a gender-combined word, simultaneously representing both unity and majestic plurality. It is a compound of the feminine singular Eloah with the masculine plural suffix -im. Eloah is the feminine singular counterpart of El, which means God. Eloah is correctly translated as “Goddess.” In Hebrew, the -oah, -oh or -ah suffix makes a word feminine [comparable to the English suffix -ess, used in such words as waitress and stewardess.]

In Aramaic, the original language of New Testament times, the word Abwoon is similarly gender-combined, meaning “Father-Mother.” In the original Aramaic, ‘The Lord’s Prayer’ begins with the word Abwoon, but in English translations of the Bible, it has been translated as Father, only.

El Shaddai is another name of God used in the Bible. The word ‘shad’ means ‘woman’s breast,’ and ‘shaddai’ means ‘breasts,’ or ‘many breasts.’ Though El Shaddai is translated as ‘God Almighty,’ or ‘the Almighty’ in the English Bible, it literally means ‘God with breasts’ or ‘[many] breasted [God].’ The name El Shaddai refers to the Goddess of Israel.

There is a radically important declaration in Exodus 6:3: “I appeared to Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob by the name of El Shaddai, but by my name Yahweh I was not known to them.” The Patriarchs were aware of the Father [Yahweh], but Elohim related to them primarily as the Goddess, El Shaddai.

The word Eloah appears fifty-seven times in the Old Testament, and Shaddai or El Shaddai appears forty-eight times; two-thirds of these are found in the book of Job. Job lived during the days of Abraham, and Job is the second most ancient book of the Bible. There are two specific declarations of the femininity of Eloah, in Job. The Father announced,  “the sea ‘leapt tumultuous from the womb’.” [Job 38:8] Then, He rhetorically asked, “Out of whose womb came the ice?” [Job 38:29] Obviously there is a Biblical Goddess, Eloah, from whose Divine Womb sprang the sea and ice.

Ruach ha Kodesh is the Hebrew phrase that means ‘Holy Spirit.’ Ruach is feminine, and the Aramaic equivalent ruah is also a feminine noun. These words are always paired with feminine verbs and pronouns. The Holy Spirit is feminine, and is another designation of Eloah. In the original Aramaic texts, Messiah promised: “And I will pray the Father, and He shall give you another Comforter, that She may dwell with you forever.” [John 14:16]

Wisdom is another name for the Goddess. ‘Wisdom’ is the feminine Hebrew word Hochmah; the equivalent name in Greek is Sophia. Although the word ‘wisdom’ definitely is equated with good judgment and astuteness, Wisdom unmistakably refers to Goddess in several scripture passages, The Messiah said: “Wisdom is proven by Her children.” [Luke 7:35]

Wisdom announces that She was brought forth before the physical creation, and She also assisted in the generative process, alongside Yahweh. “Yahweh created Me, first-fruits of His fashioning, before the oldest of His works. From everlasting I was firmly set – from the beginning, before the earth came into being. The deep was not when I was born, nor were the springs with their abounding waters. Before the mountains were settled, before the hills, I came to birth; before He had made the earth, the countryside, and the first elements of the world. When He fixed the heavens firm, I was there; when He drew a circle on the surfaces of the deep, when He thickened the clouds above, when the sources of the deep began to swell, when He assigned the sea its boundaries (and the waters will not encroach on the shore), when He traced the foundations of the earth. I was beside the Master Craftsman, delighting Him day after day, ever at play in His presence, to play everywhere on His earth, delighting to be with the children of men.” [Proverbs 8:22-31]

The Bible makes numerous references to the Goddess. It instructs us to praise and worship Her; to offer prayer to Her. “I am one who calls on Goddess and expects an answer.” [Job 12:4]

“Then Shaddai will be all your delight, and you shall lift your face to Eloah. You will pray and She will hear.” [Job 22:26-27]


16 Responses to “Eloah: Goddess of the Bible – “You will pray and She will hear.””

  1. Roman Sanchez Says:

    I’m sorely confused on this subject. I study my Torah, and I one-hundred percent convinced that there is a feminine and masculine presence in the name of Elohim.

    El (masculine) + Eloah (feminine) + im (plurality) = Elohim, male and female.

    I wrote about, and I’m told that I’m interpreting scriptures. I’m told that the name is strickly male in nature.
    What’s real what’s not?

  2. Peter Says:

    Learn more about Purusha and Prakriti.

  3. John Says:

    In reply to Roman Sanchez, suggest you read Peter Schafer’s ‘Mirror of His Beauty’:
    Also the classic study ‘Hebrew Goddess’ by Raphael Patai (3rd ed):

  4. Roman Says:

    Thanks you for the references.

  5. yhwhyhvh17 Says:


  6. April Floyd Says:

    Elohim is Eloah female and El male Godhead. A union of a Goddess and a God who together brought forth their First and Only Begotten Son Yeshua. These three are the Holy Trinity. All other sons, whether angels or mankind are created or formed. Genesis 1:26 And Elohim said “Let Us Create man in Our image after Our likeness continue reading to verse 27. And Elohim created the man in His image, in the image of Elohim Hr created them – male and female He created them. This is saying that the Elohim made the male in the image of our Heavenly Father and made the female in the image of our Heavenly Mother. Chapter 1 verse 31. And Elohim saw that all that He had made was very good. And there came to be evening and there came to be morning, the sixth day (of the recreation of the Earth in this second earth age or eon.) Then Genesis 2:7. And Yahweh Elohim formed the man out if the dust from the ground (elements), and breathed the breathen into his nostrils the breath of lives (plural).
    And man became a living being. Adam was created by Yahweh Elohim, the male Adam without his female counterpart. Then the man undergoes a surgery to remove DNA from the rib (bone marrow) of Adam to create Hawwah/Eve. Chapter 2 Vs. 18 Yahweh Elohim creates a female counterpart for Adam. Vcaused a deep sleep, removes DNA from rib to create female. 23 called woman or man with a womb for she was taken out of man. So male is XY chromosomes and female is XX chromosomes. Adam was made in Yahweh Elohim’s image too. Hawwah was also in the image of Elohim but was created using the DNA from Adam and not from scratch. In other words, used the DNA genes from man, Adam. Adam’s genes originated from Yahweh Elohim. In Genesis chapter 3 the serpent, nacash, that old serpent called the devil, satan, dragon, seraph of the seraphim angels comes into Eden, tempts Eve (Adam is with her) and they both fall into sin. Sin means to Miss the mark. What happened???? Research the serpent seed doctrine for more information regarding that. Research Sumer and Mesopotamia too. Yeshua came to restore fallen mankind. Yeshua (Yahweh is Salvation) is our kinsman redeemer. HalleluYAH.

  7. Some Christian Says:

    To say that the Holy Spirit is a ‘she’ is potentially blasphemy. I’m not sure how any rational human can come to that conclusion after reading John 16 and 17. If you study the greek and you understand how the pronouns work, you will see that Jesus clearly calls the Holy Spirit ‘he/him”. I also want to point out that ‘eloah’ is masculine, not feminine. If you’re confused about any of this, just pray about it and study the greek. I definitely recommend staying off of websites like this too. This website is filled with yoga, kundalini, and other things that you as a Christian need to avoid. Please anyone reading this, don’t buy into unbiblical teaching like this.

    • Peter Says:

      Gen 1:26–28

      And God said: ‘Let us make man in our image/b’tsalmeinu, after our likeness/kid’muteinu; and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth.’ And God created man in His image, in the image of God He created him, male and female created He them. And God blessed them; and God said to them: ‘Be fruitful, and multiply, and fill the earth, and subdue it; and have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over every living thing that creepeth upon the earth.’

      Gen 5:1–3

      This is the book of the generations of Adam. In the day that God created man, in the likeness of God made He him. Male and female created He them, and blessed them, and called their name Adam, in the day when they were created. And Adam lived a hundred and thirty years, and begot a son in his own likeness, after his image; and called his name Seth.

    • Joshua Says:

      Yes, All these Kabbalists, occult, Babylonian and European Mystery Religions are on their last leg!
      They and their lHades are about to receive the 2nd death which is bottomless pit! Their delusion they’ve been turned over to will be their eternity in The Bottomless pit!

  8. Robert Casey Says:

    This is all false. I wish you would still the Truth in the Bible for there did no Goddess that we worship in Christianity. God bless you

  9. Peter Says:

    And God created man in His image, in the image of God He created him, male and female created He them.

  10. Joshua Says:

    This is total non-sense! “Cursed be all teachings not founded upon Jesus Christ”!

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