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Kabbalah is the most comprehensive manual to understand life from the seed level. From the thought of creation to the cause and effect of your action at this moment.

The Zohar brings 70 explanations to the first word of the Bible “בראשית” (in the beginning). We’ll try to bring many of those explanations to this blog.

We’ll explain all the basic teaching of Kabbalah and go deeper as much as you want us to go there.

We are in the generation where all knowledge is open for all. The secrets are no longer secrets. Advanced communications, Internet systems, social networking sites connect people from east and west to north and south, no matter where you are.

What ever we know, we’ll bring out. Whatever we don’t know we’ll try to study together with you, your questions and comments.

Let the journey begin.

Ezra & Zion

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  1. Hello again! Thank you for your comments regarding Shabbat. I appreciate that. On another note, I have started reading your book ‘The Genesis Prayer’. Very interesting so far. I did try it in a light way and it worked the first time, within 20 minutes, with exact results. I am still thinking about what happened with this because of the peculiar circumstances involved. (one of those ‘take a step back moments and try to explain what probably cannot be explained’….this sort of thing does not happen to me). Meanwhile, I continue reading the book. I am technical in nature so the mathematics in Torah does not surprise me. Some of the math I have seen should be considered total genius. I will need to reflect a lot on what this may mean and how it fits in with more traditional views on faith. Thanks again for answering my questions. , Michael

  2. Hi Ezra,
    Just happened upon your site while doing some research and once I downloaded your book, I could not believe my eyes! I just started to read it last night, but I wanted to email you with some thoughts. You are expecting Messiah in 2018, but IF the Jubilee is actually declared on 2017 (the start of the fiftieth year) your calendar matches almost identical with the guys at 119ministries.com. Here’s a little of what they have:

    Blood moon tetrads on Passover and Sukkot 2014, 2015
    (also happened in ’47/’48 and ’67/’68 on spring and fall feasts)
    Total solar eclipse first day of HC 2014 and 2015
    We know Messiah will come on Trumpets, if we go with Trumpets 2016 on 8/31-9/1 (based on the conjunction) it fits that “the moon shall not give it’s light”. There is also a partial eclipse that day.
    Going with 9/1/16 then if you count back 1260 days you will land on Friday March 21/22 2013, which just so happens to be one day after winter and one day before a Sabbath (Matthew 24 – Pray that your flight not be in winter or on a Sabbath).
    If you back up an additional 30 days (1,290 days, Daniel) you will land on Purim.

    This is just a bit of what these two guys have discovered. If you care to watch their presentation, just go to their website, click on ‘our teachings’ and scroll down to “End of Days”. Part 4 is the clincher, but I recommend starting with part 1 so you see their foundation. Shalom and blessings to you!

  3. Dear Mr. Meiliken,

    I have consumed everything on your web sight and am now delving into the Genesis Prayer. I am not a math minded person, however I can and do enjoy the results of others endeavors in the various disciplines. So far everything I have read makes since, but I hold this all with open hands, watching to see the outcome without prejudging. So, thank you for the insights, the stimuli and the provocative different view of reality.

    I am having some difficulty with The Genesis Prayer however, so without malice I ask… How do the first 42 letters of the Torah relate exactly to the 42 camping sits of the Hebrews in the Wilderness? I am looking at both and haven’t seen the connection yet. Also, how do the first letters of the Prayer line up with the first 42 letters and then the camp sites? I have gotten as far as page 85 and those questions nag at me a bit.

    Thank you in advance for the time of consideration and answer.

    BA

  4. It’s according to the Baal Shem Tov and other tzaddikim that the 42 journeys the Israelites went on, are directly connected to the 42 letters of the 42-letter Name and the 42 journeys of our souls. Please note that each journey is interconnected by the prepositions Mem and Bet as in the Shem Mem-Bet (42-Letter Name). The Genesis Prayer will explain the alignment of the juxtaposed 42 letters.

  5. שֵׁשׁ שָׁנִים תִּזְרַע שָׂדֶךָ, וְשֵׁשׁ שָׁנִים תִּזְמֹר כַּרְמֶךָ; וְאָסַפְתָּ אֶת-תְּבוּאָתָה “six years you shall sow your field, and six years you shall prune your vineyard, and gather in its fruit” (Leviticus 25:3) = 5699 which in the Gregorian Calendar is 1939. Would you care to comment Ezra? Thank you for the terrific blog!

  6. Just looking at your 24/365 calculation on page 68. Note that 24/360 does = .666. The ancient calendar and the prophetic calendar do use 360 day years. Hezekiah’s long day seems to mark the end of an era where the world added 5 1/4 days to the calendar.

    Shalom,
    -Andy

  7. We know מוחא “brain” equals 55. In my opinion, this can be understood as 54 and 1 i.e. 541 allowing for interesting resonances; הוא ראה ואינ נראה “he sees but is not seen” and שכל הפועל “active intellect” each equal 541 (Abulafia, Sitre Torah 129b), likewise ישראל equals 541 (Abulafia, Sha’arei Sedeq 38). Furthermore:

    עֵץ-חַיִּים הִיא לַמַּחֲזִיקִים בָּהּ וְתֹמְכֶיהָ מְאֻשָּׁר “She is a Tree of Life to those who grasp her, and [541] מְאֻשָּׁר ‘happy’ is everyone who holds her fast” (Proverbs 3:18).

    Interestingly, I read that Rashbatz reads מלך “king” as an anagram for מוחא ,לבא ,כבדא “brain, heart, and liver.”

    Yashar Koach with your wonderful blog! Best regards and Shabbat Shalom.

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  8. B”H

    I noticed you blog for spreading Kabbala. The arizal writes that it is a “Mitzva lgalot zot ha’chachma” and in the zohar it says that “bhai chiburah dilach yifkun mbie galuta brachamim.” that spreading the secrets of Kabbala actually ushers in the messianic era. With this in mind I founded a website neirot.com thats entire intent is to spread authentic Kabbala, Chassidus, and Torah values.

    Check it out you may enjoy it,
    Rabbi Dovid Markel

  9. Michael W.

    Am not sure if you are still reading the site, but in case you are, just supplementing Jeffrey;s info:

    The solar and lunar calendars almost co-incide every 19 years — the difference is so small, that an adjustment (to bring them back into synch)of ONE DAY is needed ONLY after more than three thousand years. So for most of us (unless you are planning on living more than 3000 years, teh 19 year cyclce is good enough.

    That 19 year cycle in a western calendar is composed of 19 years of 12 montsh each (the usual January, February etc).

    The 19 years on a lunar calendar are composed of 12 years of 12 months and 7 years of 13 months — ie an extra month (lunar month) is added in seven of teh years.

    The Chinese calendar is lunar, with its current new year occuring early in teh western calendar year. That system has been in place for (if my memory is correct, around 2500 years – when the Chinese reformed their calendar. Prior to that, teh Chinese New year occured around the time of the autumn/fall equinox in the northern hemisphere. This is the same time of year that the Hebrew / Biblical calendar began (assuming you don’t count Nisan as the “beginning of months” in response to the Passover & Exodus from Egypt occuring in Nisan or “the month of spring”.

    Western occult traditions used a similar calendar, but tended to count theur start of year from about six weeks later than the o;d Autumn equinox period.

    If you have a look at Stan Tenen’s work, you will see an eight spoled wheel pattern in Bereshit / Genesis 1:1. (http://www.meru.org/Posters/Gen1-1round.html). This pattern is duplicated in Hindu art work, and in traditional Chines divisions of the calendar. Western occult traditions with major holidays on equinoxes and solstices have what they call “Sabbaths” (witches’ sabbaths in mediaeval lore) on these days. (Whereas major Biblical holidays such as Pesach/Passover, Weeks, and “Tabernacles”/Booths are from a higher level (ie Divine) than the natural cycles of nature, sun, moon etc).

    There are traces of what we might call “Torah knowledge” in several cultures around teh world — some of it is badly diluted now (after thousands of years), but the traces are still recognisable. Some of those links probably date back to Noah’s descendants, and others (the Hindu & Buddhist stuff), can also be traced to Abraham;s family. One of his grandsons (Asher) moved to, and taught, in India. When the local population wanted to learn spiritual things, they went to learn from Asher;s people, the Asherim. Nearly 4,000 years later, they still go to the Ashram.

    The Torah account is pretty clear that Keturah’s (Hagar’s) sons were given gifts (spiritual gifts), nut that the full riches were reserved for Isaac.

    The Torah word for year is (English rendition) Shanah, which is spelled with three letters in Hebrew, which sum up (numerically) to 355 — representing the 354 days and part of a day in 12 lunar months.

    The New Testament writings of Saul/Paul tended to filter put a lot of the Jewish and Torah background – he was teaching to a goy/gentile “market”, and pruned down what he knew (from his own Torah training) and preached and taught a “mass market” message — quit sinning, lead a good life, believe in JC, snuff it, and go to heaven afterwards – “pie in the sky when you die” sort of thing, provided you believed, and live like you believed.

    The Christian world has been notoriously “anti” the Jewish roots of Christianity, so they tend to ignore and deny the Torah connections — but if you dig through the Gospels, you will find (far more than in Paul’s stuff) many signs of the links.

    For instance, relevant to the calendar and your posts/question to Jeffrey. the stories of the feeding of the 5,000, and the feeding of the 4,000.

    There were 12 baskets and 7 whopping picnic hampers of leftovers – metaphors for the 12 + 7 19 year cycle and the structure of the Hebrew Alphabet – 12 simple letters, 7 doubles etc.

    The length of a lunar year and a lunar month can be derived (the calculations are simple enough to do in your head) from the 1st, 43rd, 85th, and 127th letters of the Torah — ie the letters at 42 letter intervals – shades of the 42 Letter Name (once again!).

    [Hope the extra info helps?]

  10. Hi,

    I would like to know if the 42 names of God is an open eyed meditation or with the eyes closed? When I read the Genesis Prayer, I am quite confused with the method.

    When I say, hesed Jacob, is it done mentally or verbally? How about the whole prayer? All seven lines? Does that also mean I have to hold the book with me such that I can read from it and then glance at the six elevating sequence? Then, is it still a meditation?

    You mentioned that, in each case the letters are what we concentrate on, what letters? The six Hebrew letters? Or ‘our father’, ‘tapping into the Whole five books’….etc?

    And those words in brackets are what we should ‘think’? What does that mean? Do you mean visualization? If yes, we have to close our eyes again? Then open our eyes again to glance at the six Hebrew letters?

    I also got stuck at page 85, so confused n I just put the book aside n stopped reading it, can’t go on…

    Please help me out, thank greatly!

    Winnie

  11. Open eyed, or closed, but the visual connections to the letters makes it more powerful. Chesed, is aligned with Abraham, and it’s said aloud, unless you want to say it in your head, because of other people being around. It’s not necessary to even say it once you are connected with the prayer/meditation. A mandala is a meditation even though it’s all visual. You can work with a copy or printout of the letters (lines) it carrying teh book is awkward. The six letter per line are the initials of the words that accompany each line and help us to pronounce them properly.

    You can close your eyes and spend time visualizing, or you can recite the prayer actively in a time of need or process of action (BTW, that is when it’s most effective). Either way, or both it’s its proper time.

  12. Sorry Jeffrey, but I have to say, the more I read, the more I get confused. I don’t even know how to ask you exactly what I don’t understand but I will try my best, sorry for being stupid! If you don’t mind, can you walk me through all my doubts? Thanks a bunch!

    Page 176
    – Say ‘Chesed Jacob’ aloud or say ‘Chesed, Bizhoot Avraham Avinu’ aloud? You mentioned both but you didn’t say which one to use. I don’t know Hebrew at all, saying the latter would add more difficulty to find its pronunciation

    – set a goal and add (to do my spiritual work)
    – next recite the first line, two at a time, from right to left (say this mentally or aloud?)
    – then scan the 6 letter Elevating Sequence, opened eye scanning

    you put the six letter on the left column and

    ‘Connect to Abraham, the Father of spirituality, and our Father in Heaven on the right column?

    Questions:
    – do you mean that I have to visualize The description on the right column with my eyes opened, and then I have to scan The six letter on the left column? Doing the whole thing at the same time?

    – but the letter on the left column are sometimes two triplets and sometimes one triplet, shall I just visualize the related line and then look at the related triplet? Just like the fourth description, meditate on bathing and cleansing yourself…., there is only one triplet on the left!

    – I used to think while we are visualizing (opened eye or closed eye?) and we simply glance at the related 6 elevating sequence and I don’t have to worry about other thing. But then there is this left column here confusing me, sometimes one triplet, sometimes two and sometimes even exchanging position with latter triplet comes first…sigh ….

    Page 177

    The 7th description
    Meditate on a specific situation you want changed and what outcome you’d like to see

    – did we not set the goal already before we start meditation? Why doing it again?

    Page 178

    Line 4
    2nd description
    List your spiritual desires or concentrate on one of them and ask that they (it) be fulfilled

    – again, did we not set the goal a already?

    4th description
    To take that you are at the Well of Miriam and that you want your spouse to have a healthy child or to conceive, as the case may be. Even more powerful is to meditate that everyone who wants to conceive gets to.

    – my spouse doesn’t need a child, me too! No one around me want a child, shall I drop this line?

    Question:

    – do it need to memorize all descriptions for the 7 lines, they are really a lot, how can I do them in 5 minutes? There are many description for even one line!

    Page 180

    Left hand corner, it’s not even a triplet here, we got only two letter here.

    Page 181

    Description:
    It’s best if you visualize yourself donning burlap sack cloth and grieving for whatever it is you are lacking, but you can just meditate on the two letters as well.

    – I don’t get this! Why meditate on this, and then meditate to manifest all meditations?

    Jeffery, I know it’s a lot of questions here, but I really wanted to know it clearly before I can start.
    I still have questions but lets just finish these first, thanks a million!

    Winnie

  13. According to Rav Brandwein, Moshiach Ben Joseph vanished after the 1973 war, which is why war from then on was no longer a viable solution, love is the only one. We await the revelation and the consciousness of Moshiach Bed David in the near future B”H.

  14. Have been enjoying The Genesis Prayer. Unfortunately a lot of content does not display in my iBooks version — eg all of Apendix 2. Trying to work thru your equation for PI in Gen 1:1 and having difficulty with the ratio of two gematria values (28 characters/7 words). The ratio is obviously needs to be less than 1. I get 2701 in the numerator but am at a loss in calculating a larger denominator. The 3 Terminal letters dont appear to do the job. Would very much appreciate any guidance you could provide on this

  15. Rich,

    Put the letter producs on one line ( 2 * 200 * 1 * 300 etc) and the product of the words (913 * 203 * 86 * 401 * 395 * 407 * 296) akd you will have pi/4 accurate to about 4 decimal places.

    Factor in the 28.7 ie multiply by the number of letters / the number of words, and you have a value for pi that is more accurate than the usual high school mathematics class approximation (ie the usual 22/7 approximation).

    Look at the verse and see that there are seven letters that occur in both halves of the verse (first 14 letters and second 14 letters) and FOUR letters that occur in either the first half or the second half .

    That ratio of 4/7 is tied to the date of the Declaration of Independance by the 13 colonies — ie the 4th July.

  16. Hello Jeffrey, I just bought the Book The Genesis Prayer & when i ordered it, I was so happy & was looking forward to it! Now I have it in my hands & have not let it down! For the LOVE of GOD! I DO NOT UNDERSTAND IT AT ALL!! I speak English & Spanish & read but i do not read HEBREW or ARAMAIC Is this book a catch 22? Do you Have an Audio book of this so we can here how the words should be properly said…. Dont get me wrong i love its content but understanding it is to much…. I`m like wow not another Book that keeps you in the dark… Please Jeffrey, In Abraham name,Please help me!! 07/06/2014
    P.S. I tried looking for a website on you? I could not locate one? Is their a reason for it?

  17. Just pronounce the words transliterated as best you can. You cannot get it wrong. It’s the first letter in each word that is the real connection. Many people mispronounce some of the words and the prayer works just as well for them. You can also hear the ana b’koach sung on You tube as it was a hit song in Israel a couple years ago.

  18. Is the Tikun HaKlali considered a Kabbalistic text. Does it has the same virtue as the “Eleven Incense Spices?
    Will appreciate your information very much

  19. Shalom! I keep checking in for a blog update from January. I just subscribed to your blog and will look forward to your next insight. I am confident you have something very interesting to write about and I am looking forward to it!

  20. In assuming that the year 2018 is when Moshiac arrives; the divine calendar then goes on to speak about 10 years after 2018. Does the discussion of the ten years mean that it is going to take Moshiac an additional 10 years after he arrives for the final redemption to actually happen? That would be in 2028. Or is the divine calendar saying that it looks as if the complete final redemption will be in 2018? The Divine Calendar is extremely convincing and it potentially means we only have 4 years before the final redemption if its in 2018. So is the divine calendar saying the final redemption is 2018 or 2028? Thanks so much! All the Best, Rachel

  21. The Tikun Haklali is basically 10 specific Psalms recited for a specific purpose and I’m sure they are effective for that. MY teacher, Rav Brandwein, of blessed memory, was a big believer in the power of the Psalms. Yes, you can say it’s a kabbalistic text. The Eleven Spices, not the actual 11 spices of which we don’t have anymore, is a portion of the Zohar that’s very powerful for removing negativity in our lives. You can find more about that in Zion’s Daily Zohar.

  22. Piergiorgio,

    Christianity, Catholicism and Kabbalah
    Christianity emerged from / within a Jewish tradition. Two thousand years later, Christians are not taught much, if anything, about the links between their faith and Kabbalah. I could give you many examples, but I will start with just a few of them, which might serve as indicators that there is some common ground between Kabbalah/Torah, the Genesis Prayer and Catholic tradition.

    Catholic Traces of Torah and Kabbalah
    When Moses met and talked with “The Boss”, one of the things Moses was taught, was how to calculate the age of the universe. That calculation was based on 42 (as in the 42 Letter Name and 365 (as in the days in a solar year) — the result, factored up by the factors of ten that Moses was given, comes out at 15.3 billion years. (There is another “age” often quoted by Torah scholars, which is 13.7 billion years, but I will stick with the 15.3 Billion figure for now).

    Torah students know that, depending on which count they accept, the number of verses in the Book of Genesis/Bereishith, is 1533 or 1534. Either count, read as 15.33 or 15.34 Billion years, is quite consistent with Moses’ calculation.

    That 15.3 turns up in Christianity in several places:

    As the 153 Hail Mary;s (Ave Maria etc) in a full Catholic Rosary — 5 * 10 for five decades of the rosary repeated three times for “Joyful, Sorrowful and Glorious” giving 150, plus 3 extras to finish off — the three beads on the extra strand of the rosary beads with the cross. (If those 3 extra Hail Mary;s are said at the beginning as well as at the end, the total comes out at 156 rather than 153. (The 156 represents Joseph and Tzion, but I will stick to the 153 for now)

    The 153 large fish that were caught — the story almost closes out the Gospels since it occurs almost at the end of John.s gospel. (The Gospels open with a 42 generation genealogy and close out with the 153 fish — painting a picture consistent with the Christian view of Jesus as a or the master of time and creation (See further on in my comment for more on the 42 generation genealogy and the 42 letter name)

    153 is the 17th Triangular number (the sum of all numbers from 1 to 17). The Gospel author was paining a picture with that number — tov (good) is numerically equal to 17 – the Hebrew letters are teth vau bet or 9 6 2 which sum to 17. Similarly, the 276 survivors from Paul’s shipwreck represent the 23rd triangular number. (I have a bit more in the lines ahead to say re the numerics in some of the gospel miracles — mainly about the leftover baskets from the loaves and fishes and their connections with the Tree of Life
    Catholics are sort of pre-programmed to accept the numerics — they are used to the notions of things like Seven Sacrements, Seven Deadly Sins, Seven Deacons etc, some of which had their origins in links to the seven lower sefiroth, or seven lights on the Menorah.

    In Matthew’s Gospel, the geneaology starts with a 42 generation genealogy, split up into three sets of 14. Those 42 generations match the 42 letters in the 42 letter name. (And yes, there IS a trick in the last set, which only has 13 generations – the extra one is the ressurection on which Christian belief hinges).

    But, getting back to “the plot”, those 42 generations match the 42 stops in the desert – ie the trip to the “Promised Land” from the bondage of Egypt – the imagery is very similar regardless of if you see approaching deliverance from evil and personal bondage in Judaic, Catholic, spiritual or Kabbalistic imagery.

    When Moses met the Almighty at the burning bush, Moses’ Hebrew name (sounds like Moshe) was numerically equal to 345 (Mem-Sgin-Heh which is numerically 40 300 5).

    The name God used was numerically 543, ie a mirror image of Moses. The meeting of God and man was thus 345 + 543 = 888.

    The 888 is enormously popular in Chinese tradition, and more relevant to Catholicism, Jesus is an English form of the Latin name Iesus, which was derived from the Greek name spelled Iota Eta Sigma Omicron Upsilon Sigma. That name is numerically 10 8 200 70 400 200, which sums to 888.

    If you sum the first two columns of the 42 letter name (1 100 50 2 8 10 300 and 2 200 3 9 100 3 100 which equal 471 + 417 == (once again) 888.

    It is obviously, a matter of personal belief whether you think that Jesus was/is the long awaited Messiah, but regardless of your theology, it is obvious that Christianity and Kabbalah draw on the same knowledge base — eg the Seven Deacons of the New Testament, like the Catholic Church;s seven deadly sins, are linked to the seven vertical paths of the Tree of Life.

    The feeding of the 5,000 (12 baskets of leftovers) and the feeding of the 4,000 ( 7 picnic hampers or laundry baskets of leftovers) match the 12 diagonal paths and 7 vertical paths of the Tree of Life, and the 12 simple letters and 7 double letters of the Hebrew alphabet.

    I have only dealt with the leftovers and the numbers involved for now — but I could go much deeper — once you start delving into the numbers eg how many loaves, how many fish, the 200 denarii etc, every point in the Tree of Life pops out numerically at least — ie the number that pops out is the numeric value of the Hebrew name for things like Power, Glory, Kingdom etc – the Christian Our Father / Pater Noster / Lord’s Prayer is a mini tour of the Tree of the Sephiroth.

    The Jewish leadership who rejected Jesus’ claims to be Divine, nevertheless recohnised him as a master kabbalist and healer — that is why Judas instrucyed the soldiers to grab the one Judas kissed on the cheek — because they thought Jesus could shape-shift – so Judas was in effect telling them, grab the one I kiss, no matter what or whom, he looks like.

    Science
    Taking a completely different approach from examining Catholic traditions, you can describe the Periodic Table as being made up of different groups of elements – there are 92 naturally occuring elements between (inclusive) Hydrogen and Uranium — being slightly simplistic, there are 70 metals and semi-metals which produce positive ions, 6 inert gases, 15 elements that form negative ions, and the “oddball” Hydrogen which is a gas but forms positive ions that react with elements as if Hydrogen was a metal or semi-metal.

    Looking at those numbers we have 1 6 15 70. Looking at the differences between those numbers we have

    5 9 55

    Repeating the process of looking at the differences, we have

    4 and 46

    Repeating again, we have 42 — linked to the 42 Letter Name (and to the Christian 42 generations).

    Similarly, some indigenous cultures have traces of the same knowledge eg in the Pacific, the word for greeting or love is Aloha or (further south) Aroha. That is simply the Aramaic (singular) form of a Divine Name – which was spelled in Hebrew as Aleph Lamed Vau Heh, or numerically 1 30 6 5 – which once again sum to 42.

    If you study the material on this site, you should find that it enhances your understanding of the Catholic traditions you have been taught eg there are three horizontal paths across the Tree of Life, represented by, or associated with the Hebrew letters Shin, Aleph and Mem.

    If you draw, on a map, a straight line from the Mount of Olives through the Temple Mount, and then read the Gospel accounts of Jesus; last day, you will see that Jesus crossed that line three times that day == from the High Priest’s palace (south of the line) to Pilate and the Antonia Fortress (just north of the Temple) to Herod’s Palace (South of the line again), and back to Pilate and execution (north of the line again).

    The author is depicting Jesus as walking the Tree of the Sephiroth.

    Similarly, the Transfiguration account has Jesus (the new or 2nd Adam in Christian eyes) standing between Elijah of Fiery Chariot fame (Shin represents fire) and Moses who started out being rescued from the river, and who had one of his most memorable moments at the splitting of the waters (Mem is a symbol for water).

    In Christianity, Fire and Water are symbols of the two Christian baptisms – water and tongues of fire etc.
    Torah concepts were part of early Christianity in Britain, but were often misunderstood by “the locals”. eg the “Father in the Highest” was Av Elyon – but, especially after the Synod of Whitby and the adoption of the Latin Rite in Britain, which triggered the suppression of Torah traditions, Av Elyon was reduced to a mythical place named Avalon.

    Similarly, union with God which was described as reaching through the opening into unity or Divine.Messianic Consciousness, was Gal Ehad (literally Opening Unity).

    In time Gal Ehad was reduced to a legendary knight called Sir Galahad.

    Moses’ staff had the 42 Letter Name and the Name of 72 Triplets engraved on it. On the day of his major dummy spit, Moses struck the rock with his staff and water flowed forth, Elements of that story are reflected in the accounts of Excalibur, the legendary sword that was either extracted from the rock, or given from the waters by the lady of The Lake.

    These stories came into Britain via Jesus’ relatives and disciples who escaped persecution and settled in the Glastonbury region. Badly hacked about by generations of uncomprehending British converts, those stories became the legends of the Holy Grail.

    Those early Glastonbury sttlers brought something else with them — the origins of the Catholic Mass. The Vatican/Catholic tradition that the Mass developed in the catacombs is only a partial truth — yes there was some evolution in the dialogue, and a conversion of the words into Latin, but the real origins of the mass were in Jerusalem — the design of the sanctuary in Catholic churches for the past almost 2,000 years is based on an attempt to recreate the earliest Christian chapel – which was in Jerusalem, built at the Golgotha site.

    European magicians HAVE tried to use Torah knowledge, Divine Names and Kabbalah for magic, but their misuse of what is from “Av Elyon” does not invalidate what is given to us in the Bible and the Tree of Life.

    When the Catholic priest uses the edge of the plate or platen to draw a line on the circular host, and then break the host in two, he is reproducing the line drawn on the map through the Temple, the line dividing the Tree of Life into Male and female halves.

    As light flows through the centre of the 42 Letter name, 21 letters on one side, 21 on the other, the middle gates are 13 370 14 290 11 110 96 which sum to 904. Adding 1 for each gate as the light passes through, we have 911 or the 156th prime number (Joseph and the rosary beads again), and the first word of the Bible “On 911” or 2 * 911, which = 1822, the number of letters in the Genesis week.

    Reversing those digits we have 2281, which is 420 less than the 2701 value of the first verse of the Torah, the “One Verse” or “Uni-verse” – if the similarity in terminology is not just a co-incidence.

    In prayer, we often assign the letters of the 42 Letter Name to different directions in the sequence South North East Above Below West and Centre (or within). If you look at the central gates — the ones I listed a few lines back — you will see that the gate above and the gate within us are numerically 290 and 96 ie Resh Tzadhe (above) and Vau Tzadhe (within).

    For Christians those numbers are interesting because they sum to the value of Jesus’ Hebrew name (386) (The alternative spelling sums to 391 – those two options sum to 777 — shades of 7 sefiroth and even, for Catholics, 14 Stations of The Cross.

    Spelled out as Yod Vauu Daleth Sin Yod Final Nun Ayin Yod Final Nun Vau Vau, that Hebrew name (Yeshua) expands from the previous 386 to

    10 6 4 300 10 700 70 10 700 6 6 ,

    which sum to the same old 1822 again ( linked to 420 and the number of letters in the first 34 verses of the bible ie Days 1 to 7 of Genesis).

    The links between Torah, Kabbalah and Christianity, are a potentially rich field of study.

    (Apologies that the comment grew to be larger than originally planned. I teach what we describe as “Noahide Torah” to various groups from the Asia Pacific region — we have found that indigenous traditions grasp te Torah reasonably well, while we get mixed results with New Agers and Christians — Protestans seem to think it is all just some Divine party trick to prove Divine inspiration behind the Bible, which is otherwise irrelevant to them, but Catholics with their traditions of sacraments and ritual liturgy and calendars, seem to cope better with absorbing the concepts.)

  23. Shalom, I have been using the Genesis Prayer for a good while now. I am beginning to find it more difficult to do by myself? I have tried to find others with a lot more experience at manifesting and drawing down miracles then myself. But I have not had any luck!! I cannot find anyone who is willing to pray the prayer with me. I need HELP……Do you know of anyone or group who will help me?? Please inform me if you do…Thank You and Shalom

  24. All the kabbalah centres worldwide constantly use the prayer/meditation in all their daily and Shabbas services. Nevertheless, the prayer is dively designed to be used by individuals. Please email us what your difficulties are and we’ll help you, B’H.

  25. In the book There’s Nothing Random About Universe on page 67 you write “And the sum of the numerals in the remaining three-quarters if the digits totals 3338, as in the year the First Temple was destroyed, which also happens to be 5778 x .5778, or 57.782.”
    Where does the 57.782 come from?

  26. In the book There’s Nothing Random About Universe
    On page 115 you have 3 x 3.1415926358 = 9. 424 7785
    My calculator has it = 9. 424 7779
    On page 116 you have 52/9 = 57.78
    My calculator has 52/9 = 5.778
    Also, you have 232/9 = 77.78 (twice)
    My calculator has 232/9 = 25.778

  27. Please Jeffrey explain to me something.
    The word Pud Pad you wrote in hebrew and said it is the word for redemption.
    That doesn’t make sense to me because the word for redemption is geulah.
    Can you please write back to me because something on one of your mathematical internet page (page in hebrew is DAF) bothers me.
    thanks so much
    ayelet

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