I got extremely upset to find out I made a terrible mistake - the Elokim in the bottom was supposed to be written in the next line, which I inexplicably skipped (I started to scrape it off). I don't really understand how I got to this situation but Shgios Mi Yovin. The Shem was written Lishma.
This is within the last 3 lines of the third column of the yeriah. Every column is 48 lines, so it's very unfortunate placing.
Now - what are my options besides throwing the whole Yeria away? This Sefer is being written for my private use, so I would accept out of the box solutions as long as it doesn't makes the whole Torah bedieved.
The options I thought:
1) Getting a Yemenite specialist to carve out just the Shem (they can do it). Problem: I heard that even if I do that it would be problematic to write over a non-shem word since the whole klaf area becomes Kadosh when you write the shem on it initially.
2) Getting a specialist to make a Matils. Problem: I also heard it might be problematic to cut out just the Shem; that you must cut out the words around it too.3) Cutting the Yeria so it will have two columns. Problem: I believe that's a massive bedieved in the whole sefer as yeria needs 3 columns. The fact that the columns are much longer than the usual Torah of today (I write 48 columns instead of 42) is not an argument. I guess that's the disadvantage of writing long columns,
I would appreciate your feedback and any direction. This is the first time I get such a major problem, but I'm trying my best not to lose the urge to go on with the Sefer.