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This wasn’t the first article I had planned to write after my prolonged hiatus. I was and am still going to write about the how the 2000-year-old Zohar explains in detail the expansion of the universe in the instant before the big bang; about the missing 38 years from the Torah; time speeding up; and the final segment in the meaning behind the year 2014 series within the context of the final 4 years until Moshiach (the Messiah) in 2018 (5778 HC).  The events and their consequences of 2014 are blatantly obvious to everyone watching the news as they unfold all around us. As we’ve explained in previous articles about the 10 Commandments and their prophetic connection to us today, each verse in the sequence of the Torah’s 70th paragraph, ending with verse 20:18, corresponds to our calendar year today, and verse 20:14, corresponding to the year 2014, states, “Do not be envious of your neighbor’s house.” Does this not explain what we see going on all around us? The last of the 10 Commandments: Exodus 20:14 “Do not be envious of your neighbor’s house.” This Utterance of G-d is the last of the 10 Commandments, our last chance to exercise free will in choosing love and loving kindness over hatred and jealousy.  We know what drives Vladimir Putin, Hamas, ISIS and Boko Haram, what courses through their bloodstreams. We know what fuels the flames of Ferguson. But it is what we choose in the face of this that matters now.  The choice is harder than ever, as you would expect it to be with only 4 years to...

The Zohar Explains the Final 70 Years until the Redemption.

These collection of quotes from the Zohar from the section about parsha Mishpatim all discuss the final 70 years leading up to the final redemption (geula). We present them here in the order they appear in the Zohar: “The seventy [70] words in the Psalm: ‘May Hashem hear you in the day of trouble’ (Tehilim 20:2), allude to the seventy [70] sounds made by the expectant mother about to give birth, being also the seventy [70] sounds given out by the Shechinah for the distress of the children of Israel prior to redemption–considered then ‘a day of trouble.’.”…”The morning of Abraham, Chesed, appears on the actual Day of Redemption. But the dawn precedes the Day of Redemption, being Netzach, as the Shechinah from this aspect is called ‘the star (or dow) of dawn’.” Please note as we’ve explained in previous articles about the connections between the Ten Commandments and the year for the final redemption, 5778 HC (2018 CE) that the Ten Commandments are found at Exodus 20:2. which is the 70th chapter in the Torah, and we juxtapose this to Tehilim 20:2 and the 70 words/sounds found and discussed there. The Zohar goes on to explain that the word LAMNATZEACH precedes the phrase “May Hashem hear you in the day of trouble” in the Psalm and that it’s spelled Lamed-Mem-Netzach and that the numerical value of Lamed-Mem is 70, “which are the seventy [70] sounds that the dow of dawn cries out for her children when the darkness of the exile overcomes them, namely the darkness of dawn taking place at the last seventy [70] years. At that...

Why 2018? Ask Jacob!

In Torah portion, Vayetzei, Jacob weds two wives. The Arizal explains that while Jacob coupled with Rachel, it was Israel (Jacob’s second appellation) who coupled with Leah, with important consequences for us today. Every story in the Bible has a key hidden purpose, an energy to reveal and a pathway to follow beyond cloaked gateways that need opening.  In one such story, Jacob received his new name (Israel) when he defeated the angel of darkness at the Jabbok River, and it was this defeated demon who then gave Jacob a new name, which slyly insinuated his own name into Jacob’s.  You see, the Biblical Names are really sources and gateways to specific available cosmic energy.  And like all energy, they are codified by values or  numbers. Jacob has a numerical value of (182), which means little to us on its own, but when his name was changed to Israel, of numerical value (541), the value and thus the name Satan (359) was inserted: 182 + 359 = 541. This inclusion became part of the rectification process, whereby the Israelites were charged with overcoming their own satan, their selfish desire for the self alone. It’s only through selfless thoughts and actions, a selfless love of others, that we can rectify our world in order to bring Moshiach. This is why the place in the Jabbok River (MABR YBK) where the dark angel was defeated and Jacob given his new name has the numerical value 424, which is the same as Moshiach Ben David. Israel took on a great responsibility; Moshiach Ben David will be our reward for waging this war and...

Chanukah: 8 Days Designed to Bring Moshiach and Light Up the 70 Nations.

Chanukah: Eight days of Miracles Designed to Bring Mashiach This year more than ever, we must connect with all the cosmic windows. And it can be as simple as a child’s dreidel, or the chocolate gelt. Four sides corresponding to the Tetragrammaton (YHVH), but 4 sides engraved with the Hebrew Letters G, H, N, and Sh. Four letters whose numerical value add to to 358, that of Mashiach, the Messiah. From the games we play to candles we light, the entire Chanukah event is designed to help us bring Moshiach. And that’s where our consciousness should be. The eight days are a cosmic event, not a celebration of a miracle that happened because it occurred during this cosmic event. The light we ignite each night are to connect us to the special light of miracles available to us once a year for 8 days staring every 25th of Kislev (Sagittarius). It’s different light/energy than what’s available to us in the 8 days of Sukkot-Shemini Atzeret; and it’s different from the light available to us during the 8 days of Pesach (Passover); and it’s different from the energy available to us on the 8 other holidays throughout the year. In total there are 32 days of varying special Light/energy (besides the special light of Shabbat). These 32 days connects to the 32 Paths of Wisdom of the Tree-of-Life, through which these various lights shine unto us. The oil lasted 8 days because the Light of Chanukah, Mashiach Light, lasted 8 days, not the other way around. As soon as the special Light of Moshiach (Or Ganuz) was revealed into our...

A Hidden Message Awaits Within.

Part III of IV This week’s portion was parsha Toldot, about the birth and conflict of Jacob and Esau, beginning with G-d’s Covenant with Isaac in Padan Aram and ending with 40-year-old Jacob in Padan Aram, looking for a wife.  Padan Aram, the home of Laban, was a place of great darkness and out of such places come the greatest light. The more spiritual light there is, the more klippot (negative husks) surround and feed off it, making it a dark place, so the Torah is telling us that there must be important holy sparks for us to recover within this portion.  As Rav Brandwein of blessed memory explained to me many years ago, Pad (PD), of numerical value 84, represents the final redemption (geula) in that it stands for the union of the upper and lower 42-Letter Names of G-d; and moreover, that it’s the deep understanding of this Name that will bring about said final redemption. Toldot (TVLDT) begins and ends with the letter Tav (T), which signifies “the end,” but it’s its value of 840 that is most telling, as 840 equals 10 times 84, PD, redemption. Furthermore, the word that proceeds Toldot in the Torah, the portion’s first word, V’eleh (VELH) of numerical value 42 gives us the final clue that there is an important message hidden within the portion regarding the end of days. The number 10 always represents the 10 sefirot (dimensions) in Kabbalah, so Toldot signifies the ultimate redemption through all 10 sefirot.  Nevertheless, 840 (Toldot) is also 20 x 42 and 20 (AShRYM) has the spelled out value of 620, that...
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