Phone Suffixes in Bible Lexicon
|John-i-hah, [more recently known as "wake
up"] aims to expose corrupt laws of Babylon and implement correct
laws of Zion. Vow of poverty (working for God) vs. employment; ministry
vs. corporate taxes; etc.
His web site Zionosphere.org
This page, including the mention of his name as "John-i-hah," was
posted with his knowledge and permission at the time of its creation on March 15, July 27, 1999.
If you know John-i-hah, then you will appreciate these
I looked these up while down visiting Randy Jarvis and John-i-hah in St.
George, Utah on the week-end of March 7, 1999. John-i-hah has since
moved to a new location, but his pager number (-7696) is still the
same. Furthermore, his other number is yet a part of him. He was
there; that number was associated with him.
Phone suffix 7696 in the OT Hebrew
|7696 to be brave, vigorous; also, fierce.
The primary idea appears to be that of any impetuous
excitement. (1) one wrought on by a divine fury; in a bad
sense, a fanatic, used of false prophets; also, in contempt used of
true prophets; (2) a madman; to be mad.
That word is so perfect in describing John-i-hah in both a complementary
and humorous way.
They said as much of the great prophet, Enoch, anciently:
"There is a strange thing in the Land; a wild man hath come among
us." (Moses 6:38.)
This word comes in the shin/sin section of the alphabetic listing, which
Gesenius separates into two sections, which Strong numbered them consecutively
together. The word immediately before 7696 in the sin section
7690 great; greatly.
I find this personally interesting as the word "greater" is
derived from this. There is no doubt John-i-hah is involved in the
great and marvelous work of the Father in these latter days, including the
work referenced on this web site, GreaterThings.com.
[12/7/00 Note: Since the time of the writing of this page, John-i-hah and I
have become rather bitter enemies. We might both be working toward the
same stated goal of Zion, but our individual approaches and especially
personalities are in deep conflict. Hence the juxtaposition of this
number for him with a word that ties to my web site is quite fitting for its
Phone suffix 7924 in the OT lexicon
I looked this one up just after showing John-i-hah Utah's Wasatch Front
area code in the New Testament lexicon. (See Mormons and 801). Word
801 means "foolish" with antonym "intelligent" or
"wise," the idea of the wise and foolish virgins. Word
7696 in the Old Testament lexicon means
7924 &1;-,: Understanding
In opposite contrast, the word right before it in Gesenius means "folly (see
The word following 7924 in Gesenius, 9,:, means,
"to hire" (7936), which is quite ironic considering that John-i-hah's
mission in life is to ask the question of people who they are working
for: Babylon or Zion. His aim is to help people realign themselves
from employment in Babylon to working for the Lord instead. The
"vow of poverty" is core to this switch, hence the irony that the
very next word listed in Gesenius means "wages, reward"
(7939). Next word means, "those who make wages" (7938).
At the end of John-i-hah's e-mail is found the statement introducing his
Visit ZionOsphere and escape Babylon
And the next word in Gesenius, an unused root, is an especially opposite
irony in relation to John-i-hah.
%-: To be quiet.
[12/7/00 Note] His current Internet handle has to do with waking up.
Sterling D. Allan; Manti, Utah; March 15, July 27, 1999