The Torah and the Messiah (H’Mashiach)

We’ve written several posts about the last line in the Torah and how it reconnects with the first verse in the Torah, an in analyzing the Torah’s physical structure (248 columns of 42 rows) each, we realized that there were 22 mandated blank rows before the final line of the Torah (4 between each of the 5 Books, and 1 before and 2 after each of two Songs in the Torah, the Song of the Sea at paragraph 42 of Shmot (Exodus) and the Song of Moses at paragraph 147 of Devarim. The 22 is an obvious allusion to the 22 letters of the alef-bet and therefore each carries its own unique light and energy.  Since it’s not mandated how many letters go on each line, the scribes can end the Torah on different lines, leaving several more blank lines at the end of the Torah.  It would make sense if 4 lines more were left blank, connecting the last and first book in the same manner as the others, and further making a connection to the Tetragrammaton (YHVH) of value 26, but it could be several more too.

All this means that there are definitely no more than 10394 mandated rows is the Torah and most probably 10,390 rows and perhaps as few as 10377 or 10378. Why is this significant?

Because given that there are exactly 600,000 less 408 (or 599592) brown down letters in the Torah, any of these number of rows means that there are from 57.708 to 57.78 de-constructed letters per line of Torah and the year 5778 is the year designated by Chazal and the Divine Calendar for the arrival of Mashiach.

So just like the 6th word of the Torah, v’et (VET) has the value of 407 and the square root of 407 is 20.17424, which breaks down to the year 20.17 CE and 424, the value of Mashiach Ben David, and all 828 Vet’s in the Torah helping to connect us the arrival of the Messiah so too does each and every line of the Torah help us to make that connection.

And just in case we were to think that anything was just coincidental, please note that the number of Vet’s and Et’s in the Torah, corresponding to the Torah’s 4th and 6th words respectively, totals 3450 or 345 (the value of Moses and Hashem) times 10, as in the 10 sefirot (dimensions) and as in the 4 plus 6 ordinal placement values for the Torah’s first verse’s et and v’et.

Not to mention, that the 6th word in the Torah has a value of 407 and 407 x 6 is 2442 and is we add 6 for kolel of the 6th word we get 2448 HC, the year of the Exodus from Egypt and the year the Torah was received at Sinai, which by the way, and as spelled out in The Divine Calendar, is exactly 66.6 jubilee years (3330 years) before 5778.

Regardless,  there  are certain strict mandates of how a scribe must ink a Torah for it to be kosher and valid and as has recently been pointed out to me it appears that the very last line always is just the last 3 words of the Torah:

” לְעֵינֵי כָּל-יִשְׂרָאֵל”

And while the standard gematria of the three words is 170 plus 50 (as in the number of years in a jubilee year) plus 541 (Israel) or 761 and their respective vowel gematria (60, 16, 66) is 142, all together they have a value of 903, which is the sum of all the positive integers from 1 to 42.  Now, while this is an obvious allusion to the Shem Mem-bet and it’s well-established connection to the first verse of the Torah., which in itself is the sum of all the positive integers from 1 to 73 (chochma), we see that the difference between 73 and 42 is 31, EL, (G-d) the last two letters in the Torah.

Moreover, the first letters of these 3 words (caf, lamed, yud) have a value of  60, and they spell out C’li (Vessel, known by the kabbalists to represent Cohen, Levi, Israel), representing Kol Israel, while the last letters are yud, lamed, lamed, of collective value 70, representing the 70 nations.  And together 60 + 70 = 130, the value for Sinai.

And just a couple note notes, the last letter of the Torah and the two first letters of the Torah have the combine value of 232, that of the 4 aspects of the Tetragrammaton (Av, Sag, Mah, Ban).

And the last 3 letters of the Torah (resh, alef, lamed) add up to 231, as in the 231 gates of Wisdom, and first 3 letters of the Torah (bet, resh, alef) add up to 203 as in Boreh, to create, together the 6 letters sum to 231 + 203 = 434, the numerical value of the name of the 4th Hebrew letter dalet, 434.  But wants interesting is the the remaining 5 letters in these two words yud shin of Israel and shin yud tav of Bereshit add up to 1020 and 1020 plus 4 (dalet) = 1024, which is:

1) the exact total amount of different word values in the entire Torah,
2) 32 squared  (as the in the 32 Paths of Wisdom, and the Torah”s first and last letters together)
3) 2 raised to power of 10, as in the 10 sefirot, or 2^10
4) 4 (dalet) X 256 (the valaue of Devarim), the Name of the last Torah Book.

And finally, I’ll just throw this out because it might make sense to someone; The final 3 words in the Torah and the first 3 together add up to 1963. There are 26 letters so the kolel could easily be 26 or 6 for the six words or 32 for both.  1963 + 55 = 2018, the year of the Covenant of Abraham in the Hebrew calendar and of H’Mashiach, 2018 CE (5778 HC) in the Gregorian.  55 is the sum of the integers from 1-10, representing the 10 sefirot that are conencted by 32 Paths of Wisdom.

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