But again you've produced no evidence as to the originality of the pronunciation: just rhetoric concerning the Received Text.
Now, sure, in the Received Text manuscripts we have the name written as you assert. But this is not evidence concerning the originality, only evidence for that sequence of consonants and vowels at the time the manuscript was written. You have not presented evidence that overturns taking the consonants as original and vowels as aids to reading adonai. Further, you still persist in speculating concerning the Received Text rather than treating the actual Hebrew language evidence I've continued to point you to.