Shemhamforash means: It is often spelled “Shemhamephorash.” This is a Hebrew expression that means “the explicit name.” This refers to the Hebrew God’s name. It is most commonly used to refer to “Yahweh”. The Hebrew God has also used it to reference a 72-letter Hebrew name. Anton LaVey also uses “Shemhamforash”, which refers to LaVeyan Satan, or “Hail Satan,” in his “The Satanic Bible”. Although it is often questioned as to why LaVey used the Hebrew phrase to describe a white-light God to make a Satanic Statement. Today, however, “Shemhamforash,” is used more commonly as a Satanic statement. (in Community Dictionary, added by Angel Acosta)