"Yisrael". Quoting: APOLLYON ILLUMINATUS
Yisrael "He has striven with God," or "He has been saved
"Yi", in the Hebrew, is"he". "Sra", in the Hebrew, means "to strive or to save."
El is Elohim.
Interpretation: He Will Be A Prince With God.
We know it as ISRAEL
Here is a qoute from Astrology and the Bible
With the influence of the religions of Isis, Ra and El, or:
Is(is) Ra El(Elohim-Lord) or Mother Father Son(Sun)
The Hebrews named their nation Is-Ra-El, or Israel. The Hebrews adopted Saturday (from Saturn's day) as their day of worship. Christians, whose astrological influence was the sun (also from Egyptian origin), worshipped on Sunday (or the sun's day).
The story of Jonah (Semetic for "sun") is about a man who is swallowed by a whale (death) and remains in it's belly for three days at which time the man is freed (resurrection). This story is another symbolic of the astrological account of how the sun remains still for three days during the winter equinox. It is also symbolic of the resurrection of Christ.
When Moses came down from the mountain, he saw the people worshipping a golden calf. This idol came from the Egyptians astrological worship of the sun. Golden represents the color of the sun. The calf (Taurus the bull) represents the age in which the Moses lived when he wrote the Torah. When history moved into the next sign (Aries the ram), the Hebrews celebrated the approach of their Messiah by blowing rams horns. The sign of Aries influenced many religions to adopt the lamb of God concept.
A "Hebrew Day" begins on a Gregorian Friday, not Saturday...
Hebrew day is sunset to sunset..
Gregorian day is midnight to midnight..
So the Hebrew day is about 6 hours ahead depending on the time of season..
Let's look at something else...
A Gregorian Sunday for Christians begins during a Hebrew's
Now if you look again...a Hebrew's SECOND DAY, begins on a Gregorian Sunday/Monday or "Sun+Moon"