A month before Oklahoma City, the ATF cut Howe off, concluding she was unstable, and a pipeline into Elohim City dried up.
Elohim is the name for God that is found in the Hebrew Bible.
McVeigh's telephone calling card shows he called Elohim City on April 5, just two weeks before the Murrah bombing.
In Hebrew, the “el” suffix is used to denote Elohim, or Yahweh, Jehovah, or God, like in the names Michael, Rachel, and Angel.
Yet the Bureau had its own intel about Elohim City and never followed up either.
Before the bombing, the ATF never told the FBI about what it knew about Elohim City.
a name of God in the Bible, c.1600, from Hebrew, plural (of majesty?) of Eloh "God," a word of unknown etymology, perhaps an augmentation of El "God," also of unknown origin. Generally taken as singular, the use of this word instead of Yahveh is taken by biblical scholars as an important clue to authorship in the Old Testament, hence Elohist.