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Great House Clan of Grand Supreme Lord Jehavah Ghalmeath Sarkhon,JuniorEdit

Great House Clan of Grand Supreme Lord Jehavah Ghalmeath Sarkhon,Junior is a is a fictional comic book character in the Maveric Comics universe. He is chief of the Imperial Houseclan of Sarkhon of Genesis-Prime and ruler that fictional planet.Ghalmeath Sarkhon continues to lead the Atlanteans of Genesis-Prime, and hopes to one day pass down leadership to his sons and daughters.His Eldest son is Supreme Lord Adam Sarkhon of the Imperial House Clan of Atlantis-Prime.

Grand Supreme Lord Jehavah Ghalmeath Sarkhon,junior the chief god, apprised of what is happening in other realms, since he keeps an eye the multiverse by looking into Well of Worlds and the Great Book of Time in his quest for wisdom, Ghalmeath Sarkhon,is associated with wisdom, war, battle, and death, and also magic, poetry, prophecy, victory, and the hunt.Ghalmeath Sarkhonis consideredan intellectual , commanding so called Atlantean magic and poetry.Like Supreme Lord Wotonn Odenshield of Asguard-Prime both have ravens and a spear as their attributes.Lord Jehavah Ghalmeath Sarkhon,junior also a master tactician and schemer, and has prevented the destruction of Terra-Prime[28] and planned for centuries for the coming of the Gravis-Rho

Gender: Male Alter Ego: Izaya the Inheritor
Occupation: Ruler of Supertown Area of Ops: Supertown
First Appearance: The New Gods #1 (3/1971) Status:
Height: 6'4" Weight: 227 pounds
Eyes: Grey Hair: White
Wealth: N/A Motivation: Upholding the Good

Izaya was the leader of the New Gods in a titanic struggle against the forces of Apokolips. He was one of the greatest of warriors. Then, one day, a power called the Source spoke to him and humbled him. He left the warrior life and brought his people to peace.


"Yahweh"common noun Elohim, “god”, to demonstrate the universal sovereignty of Israel's God over all others; at the same time, the divine name was increasingly regarded as too sacred to be uttered, and was replaced in spoken ritual by the word Adonai (“My Lord”), or with haShem (“the Name”) in everyday speech. From about the 6th to the 10th century, it is believed that Jewish scholars used the vowel signs of the Hebrew words Adonai or Elohim as the vowels for YHWH, producing the name Jehovah (YeHoWaH), and this was adopted by Christian scholars after the Renaissance.[1]

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