The Covenant of Halves and the Counting of the Omer.

The year was 2018 HC, seventy (70) years after Abraham was born in 1948 HC, G-d had Abraham gaze up into the stars and He made the Covenant of Halves with him, in which He promised to make Abraham’s descendants more numerous than the stars and to give them the 10 lands between the two rivers, the Great Egyptian and the Euphrates.

Flash forward 3760 years to 2018 CE, 70 years after Israel became a nation in 1948 CE. dccover3dThe Hebrew Calendar year is now 5778 HC, the year prophesied by the Rav Ashlag and the tzaddikim for the arrival of Moshiach consciousness (the Messiah) and the geula (final redemption). The Divine Calendar has mirrored itself, folding in the middle, and the Covenant is about to be fulfilled.

According to the Zohar, the 70 year final waiting period corresponds to the birth pangs of Moshiach, and as it just so happens the phrase used for “70 years (VShBAYM ShN-H)” occurs 42 times in the Torah, as in the 42 journeys the Israelites made in order to reach the promised land the first time around. Now, everyone who has studied the slightest bit of Kabbalah knows the power of the 42Letter Name of G-d (the Ana B’koach) and that every time the number 42 occurs it’s a direct connection to that Name in order to support us. Moreover, according to Rav Brandwein of blessed memory in his paraphrasing of the Baal Shem Tov and other tzaddikim over the generations, “the understanding of the 42-Letter Name will bring about the geula (final redemption).”

Another painful waiting period was the “40 days and 40 nights” that the Israelites had to wait for Moses to bring down the Torah the first time. The exact gematria for both the Torah phrase used for “70 years (VShBAYM ShN-H)” and for “40 days and 40 nights” is  778 up to the final Hey of numerical value 5 of the phrase, thus implying a designed reference to 5-778.

Moreover, the very first time the 5-778 value phrase for 70 years is utilized in the Torah is in the 5th Chapter of Genesis with Lemekh(LMC)–kabbalistic code for king(melech, MLC)–who lived for 777 years.

And it’s even more significant that the next time it was used was in paragraph 42, at Genesis 12:4, when Abraham was “70 years and 5.”

So let’s back up 5 years, to today’s date, Pesach 5773 when we’ve just begun counting the Omer, as we’ve done for the last 3325 years, knowing that in 2018 CE (5778 HC) it’ll be menora 67th psalmexactly 3330 or 66.6 jubilee years since G-d commanded us to count both the Omer and the jubilee years (50 year period).  When we’ll reach the mid-point of the counting on the 25th day, we’ll reach the place in the pictographic menorah devised from King David’s 67th Psalm where the 25th word and the 25th letter of the central column intersect (the 1st Mem in YaMim).

It is here where the halves meet that we find the sum of the gematria values of the words and/or letters counted through the midpoint in the counting is exactly 5778, including the kolel for the 25 days.

Moreover, while the sum of the square roots of those 25 words is 345, the numerical value of Moses (MShH), the sum of the square roots of the 24 words prior to the midpoint is 333.078 or 3330 years and 78, which as explained by Rav Brandwein is the initials of Etz Chaim, the tree-of-life, that we find in 5778.

It’s divinely fitting that the two halves met up in King David’s Psalm, because exactly midway through his life we find the precise midpoint (2889 HC) in the 5778 years from Adam to Moshiach, which is why the Alef-Dalet and Mem in Adam (EDM) is known to represent Adam-David-Moshiach.

This is also why the complete value of the sofit spellings of Alef-Dalet and Mem is 1905 for the spelled-out (milieu) letters and 114 for their ordinal value, making a total of 2019, which just so happens to be the year that begins the new calendar of the Covenant, the coming together of the Halves.

Some things are written on parchment, other in stone, G-d wrote His Covenant with us in time. What we do with the time He gave us is up to us.

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