In most pagan Bibles which use the Alpha and Omega, Alpha (Α or α) and omega (Ω or ω) are greek terms, whereas the Torah (The first 5 books starting with Genesis) used the Aleph Tav את to describe the Messiah.
Messiah Yasha proclaimed in Revelation 1:8 I am Aleph and Tav*1* (את), the beginning and the ending, saith Adonai Ahâyâh, which is, and which was, and which is to come, the Almighty.
*1*KJV says Alpha and Omega but the Peshitta says Aleph Tau את which is the same as what the Torah has.
The Messiah is known as the Alpha and Omega or Aleph Tav if you look at an Aramaic Peshitta in Rev 22:13. The Peshitta more accurately defines Elohim and even the KJV missed many Aleph Tav’s describing the Son or a covenant.
I have always been confused on how it says you cant see the father, but in the Bible it does says Moses saw the father. I was always confused at why the Bible said two opposing views. Now I know that our Bibles are missing text which explains it, the Aleph Tav, the Alpha and Omega!
John 6:46 46 Not that any man hath seen the Father, save he which is of Ishi-ohim, he hath seen the Father.
Exodus 32:11 And Moses prayed before the את(Aleph Tav) face of Ahâyâh his Elohim, and he said, Why, O Ahâyâh, does Your anger glow against Your people whom You caused to go up from the land of Egypt with great power, and with a mighty hand?
He prayed before the face of the Messiah, the את, not the Father!
The YABS scriptures uses the את (Aleph Tav) instead of the Alpha and Omega.