Herein, I will examine several things;
That there is an abundance of Hebrew writings that explain to us how to pronounce the Divine Name –most people just haven't read them. And most of them have not been translated into English.
Most people who have read them have not understood them because they were trying to fit what theyread into a box of thought based on English logic and assumptions – without even realizing they weremaking the assumptions they were making.
A lot of error has been taught both about the Name as well as the history behind how the ban onspeaking the Name evolved.
What many ancient Hebrew writings teach about the pronunciation of the Divine Name.Also, in way of a few side notes, while the letter VAV () sometimes makes a “v” sound and sometimes makes a“w” sound in modern Hebrew, most best sources trace this to a “w” sound in the most ancient of times. For thatreason, I've transliterated it as a “w” where it's expressed in English despite more modern conventions. If youhave a different opinion, feel free to make that substitution in your mind.