Hindu Vedic

Radha


O mind, please meditate on Krsna (Syama), the moon of Vraja forest, as the Lord of my controller, Srimati Radharani. And please meditate upon Srimati Radharani, the queen of Vraja forest, as Krsna's controller.

Krsna, worships the highest devotion, Radha. In the entire process of Cosmic Manifestation and all the way to its end, Radha prevails, and devotion for its own sake is revealed as both the means and the end of spiritual culture

        Radha Shyama

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Jewish

RaDHa

(Israel)


REISH, DALET, HEH

is the root. It means 'to tread; to rule, have
dominion, dominate'
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RaDHa is also used in the following way: 'RiDHa et yitzroh'-'to overcome an
evil inclination'

Jewish

RaDHa


THE BOOK OF

SOLOMON'S SONG

Song of Songs

Chapter 6

VERSE 8.

There are threescore queens and fourscore concubines;
and virgins without number.

VERSE 9.

My dove, my undefiled, is but one; the only one of her mother; she is the choice one of her that bare her: the daughters saw her, and blessed her; yea, the queens and the concubines, and
they praised her.

One God

And Equality Based On The Soul

"Shama, Israel, Adonai Elohim, Adonai eched."

Jewish

KANA


This is considered to be the most intimate name for God in the Old Testament. Where it is translated, "I am a jealous God, have no other gods before you", the literal Hebrew translation is, "My name is EL KNA, have no other gods before you."
This type of  jealousy is filled with the greatest love God has for the individual souls

Vedic

Hindu


KANA


The name Kana is an intimate name for Lord Krishna in the Vedic literature.

Thakra Bhaktivinoda says, "O Kana, please hear me! O lord of Radha, You are my life and soul!



Also

kaNa - small

A name for Krishna when He was a small boy.

Kana  and Asherah

Hindu

Vedic

Radha

Yogamaya manages the spiritual world, and by her partial expansion as mahamaya she manages the material world. As stated in the Narada-pancaratra, mahamaya is a partial expansion of yogamaya. The Narada-pancaratra clearly states that the Supreme Personality has one potency, which is sometimes described as Durga. The Brahma-samhita says, chayeva yasya bhuvanani bibharti durga. Durga is not different from yogamaya. When one understands Durga properly, he is immediately liberated, for Durga is originally the spiritual potency, hladini-sakti, by whose mercy one can understand the Supreme Personality of Godhead very easily. Radha krsna-pranaya-vikrtir hladini-saktir asmad. The mahamaya-sakti, however, is a covering of yogamaya, and she is therefore called the covering potency. By this covering potency, the entire material world is bewildered (yaya sammohitam jagat).


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Jewish

RaDHa

(Asherah-Israel)

"yihudim-Unifications," the Kabbalistic and Hasidic tradition requires of the believers to recite a yihud ("unification") spelling out the purpose of the prayer about to be recited or the mitzva about to be preformed, namely the unification of God and the Shekhina. This shows that these brief declaratory statements called yihudim were (and among the Hasidim and the tradition-bound Sephardi and Oriental Jews still are) recited many times a daily, and thus indicate that the Shekhina, and feminine aspect (or "person") of the Godhead was (and is) a living reality in the belief system of considerable contingents of the Jewish people.


Raphael Patai from his book

The Hebrew Goddess

 

Jewish

'ishah "woman, wife" is used as either the equivalent of the English "woman"

or "wife" (Am 7:17), like 'ish "man, husband"

Jewish

Shama

"Shamayim"

This Hebrew word is the place of

Elohim

(translated in

English by mistake into Heaven)

Or

The home of Shama

The Garden of Eden.

Vedic-Hindu

The Vedic literature informs us that everything belongs to Isa, God. Isavasyam idam sarvam yad kincit jagatyam jagat. And by Him it is going on.

Isa with a long A is the name of Radha!

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