The Secret Mountain holds all the Secrets of the Future Temple

There is a secret mountain of stone more precious than anyone ever realized. As previously advised the secret cubit to be utilized in the construction of the Future Temple (The Third Holy Temple) has been used before, thousands of years ago. It was concealed and persevered for thousands of years. It was even buried under sand for multiple millennia, yet it resurfaced a couple hundred years ago, and was only properly deciphered in the last 20, and completely hidden until today.

As you read the following article, keep in mind that Abraham Avinu went down to Egypt: Jacob and all his sons and family moved there; Joseph ruled over Egypt; and the Arizal grew up there. These were the most powerful tzaddiks, all of whom could easily control the weather, do you really think they were forced down there because of droughts and circumstances?

Yes, here we go with numbers again, but they represent energy and we need them to reveal the secrets hidden beneath them—think of them as symbols in a giant cosmic puzzle that we’re piecing together—and if they’re not your thing, just get a feel for the story they are telling, and let their spirit guide you to a further state of awe, as we draw back the veils on the tree-of-life reality.

As promised there is a monument made out of stone, actually an enormous one, and if it wasn’t built by G–d himself, as you will soon witness, it was certainly built with the dimensions He must have supplied. Like the Torah, it is precise beyond comprehension and certainly beyond the capabilities of man thousands of years ago. Yet, like the Torah, there it is for all to see and study.

This monumental monument is designed with 3 standard measurements: the inch, the foot and the ancient and future cubit (27.5 inches), as explained in our previous article regarding the Future Temple. It also has a few standard dimensions because of its special shape: its height, base (width), apothem, and perimeter of its base. And with those very few simple dimensions of wealth of beauty and ancient and modern knowledge was concealed, or shall we say preserved.

Let’s start with the standard measure of its base (width), which is 756.25 feet long. That’s long. It’s huge actually, but we’re more concerned for the moment on what it could mean. Hieroglyphics aren’t going to help us here. Fortunately, we have gematria, the same gematria used by our Patriarchs. And as it just so happens, the Hebrew letter Nun (N) in the more potent gematria milui (spelled-out) sofit version (spelled NVN) is 756. And reflecting on the letter Nun (N) we know that its ordinary value as a single letter is 50, which kabbalistically always represents the sefira (dimension) of Binah (understanding) and always refers to the 50-year jubilee cycle as designated in the Torah in the counting toward the arrival of Moshiach (the Messiah) and the geula (final redemption).

756 is also the gematria value of the Hebrew word for “the years of” (ShNVT), reinforcing this counting of years, and the ordinal value of the word is 63, that of Sag, the aspect of G-d’s Name assocaited with Binah and presented by the letter Samech-Gimmel, (SG) as in the two Hebrew letters Abraham advised us control the destiny of the month of Kislev (Sagittarius).

And similarly, the height of this monument is 481.25 feet high, not only towers 48 stories over the desert below, but matches up with the Hebrew word for year, Shanah (ShNH), which likewise when taken in its more potent gematria milui (spelled-out) value (ShYN NVN HY) gives us 481.

So while “year” and “50” seem to go together beautifully in the concept of the critical “jubilee year” concept, simple arithmetic gives us (756 – 481) = 275, which, if you recall from our article on the derivation of the ancient and future cubit, was the total value of the Tetragrammaton in its full form, encompassing all four aspects, which collectively totaled 232 + 39 letters + 4 Names = 275. And since 275/10 sefirot = 27.5, the secret measure of the Holy cubit, 27.5 inches, was dictated by the Holy Name of G-d itself. Please understand this well, for as the Ramchal explains, the four expansions of the Tetragrammaton (YHVH) have such “great holiness [that] their power is limitless. All existence is bound to them from beginning to end.”

So we have this divine bond between 756 and 481, or alternatively between the letters Nun (50) and Shanah (years).

Please keep this connection in mind as we explore this monument that predates the Exodus from Egypt and has until now defied true understanding of its purpose and importance to all but a few tzaddikim.

We’ll call this monument Joseph’s ladder, or Joseph’s Pyramid and its name will become clearer as we analyze it further. The world knows it as the Great Pyramid of Cheops (Khufu), which has helped to conceal its true import—except to tourism of course—but all that will be explained soon enough.

If you’re wondering what this pyramid has to do with the Future Temple of Kabbalah, be patient.

As we said, the standard base measurement of the pyramid (actually the South base, since all four are slightly different, yet extremely precise for very specific reasons we’ll go into later), which is exactly 756.25 feet wide, and the exact height of the pyramid is precisely 481.25 feet tall. So yes, the basic measurements of the pyramid (756.25 – 481.25 = 275) give the exact dimension of the ancient and future cubit in terms of the Divine Name of G-d.

There’s so much more, but before we get deeper, let’s stop and examine closer the Hebrew letter Nun (NVN) spelled out and see that its gematria milui value (50+6+50) is 106 and that the 4 letter Nuns (NVN) that represent the 4 bases of the pyramid add up to 106 x 4 = 424, the exact numerical value of Moshiach Ben David (the Messiah).

The number 4, as in the 4 sides and the 4 letters in the Tetragramamton (YHVH), in Hebrew is represented by the letter dalet (D), and as we said, the number 50 is represented by the letter Nun (N). Together, they represent the combination DN, which Abraham, the Patriarch, informed us in his Sefer Yetzirah, are the letters that control the destiny of the month of Cheshvan (Scorpio) and moreover, they are directly connected with the revelation of Moshiach. But we’ll explain that in depth in a separate article.

Now, the 4 sides of this pyramid could very well represent the 4 Letters of the Tetragrammaton (YHVH), after all the secret entrance to the pyramid was located 55 feet off the ground with a futuristic YHVH engraved over it—odd if an Egyptian pharaoh was the architect or builder, don’t you think—but the 4 sides could also represent the 4 exiles, starting with the one in Egypt that began with Joseph and lasted 210 years.

Now, there might be more to that than you think. Remember the height of the pyramid is 481.25 feet, the same as the gematria (481) of the Hebrew word for years, and 481.25 feet = 210 cubits, which is also the same as the exact number of levels of stone in the pyramid, 210.

Please note, that the number 210 in Hebrew counting is comprised of the letters, Resh (R) and Yud (Y), the two letters that Abraham Avinu advised controlled the destiny of the month of Elul (Virgo).

Obviously, the height of the pyramid could very well mark the 210 years of the Israelite exile in Egypt.

But the height of the pyramid may reveal something else as well, because 481.25 feet is also 5775 inches, or in terms of years, 5775 would be the year 2015 CE and 3 years shy of the date given to us by Rav Ashlag and marked by the Divine Calendar, etc for Moshiach and the geula: 5778. (See The Divine Calendar)

Of course, if you recall from our article on the derivation of the cubit, the measure of 27.5 inches can also be derived from the harmonic structure of the number 3 itself, so critical to the physical and spiritual structure of our universe, thus adding 3 to 5775 would not be out of hand.

For reference only: 3 = 27.5/10 + ((-1) (n-2) 27.5)/10(n+1) where n=1 , and therefore, 5778 = 210 * 27.5 + 27.5/10 + ((-1) (n-2) 27.5)/10(n+1) where n=1 .

The alternating harmonic convergence sequence in standard notation:

∑ x + (-1)n+1(x/10n)

n = 1

And if that doesn’t convince you—or at least numb you—please note that there was a capstone on the pyramid—long since missing—of 3 levels (cubits) in height, just as the 3 upper sefirot (are above) the other 7 bundled together. Moreover, without that separate capstone, depicted on the US dollar bill as a hovering eye above the truncated pyramid, the pyramid is only 207 level/cubits high and 207 is not only the numerical value of the Hebrew words for Light (Or) and Secret (Raz), but is comprised of the letters, Resh (R) and Tzion (Tz), the two letters that Abraham Avinu advised controlled the destiny of the month of Sivan (Gemini).

Also in conjunction with the number 3, that little .25 ft tagged onto the 481 and the 756 height and base measurements is exactly 3 inches.

But if you really think about it, the 210 cubit/levels in height and years only marks 1 of the 4 exiles, leaving 3 more to be defined to complete the prescribed 5778 years from Adam to Mashiach

The entrance to the Pyramid was originally hidden several feet behind a slick, steep, and thick limestone encasing and was 55 feet off the ground. That 55 is precisely 2 x 27.5 is yet another reference to Abraham’s description of the structure of the universe at the beginning of his Sefer Yetzirah in that 5 on one side, 5 on the other, unified, and split down the middle is a graphic way of illustrating the numerical expression 55/2 = 27.5

So to recap, the most basic measurements of the pyramid could not only have been concealing the exact measure of the cubit needed for the construction of the Third Temple, but indeed could be spelling out the end of the period of exile in 5778, much as it did 3330 years ago with the end of the 210 years of Egyptian exile.

This could all be conjecture, of course, but the 4 letter (NVN)s of the 4 bases did add up to 424, the numerical value of Mosiaich Ben David and the 4 bases in inches (9075) do form a perimeter of 36,300 inches with 363 being the numerical value of H’Moshiach (The Messiah), and also of the 6 odd letters (BYH ShMV) that begin 6 of the 248 columns of the Torah—the rest being all vavs of numerical value 6—and which spell out “In the Name of G-d (YH).”

And if you think that’s coincidental, please note that the measurement of that same South base in cubits is exactly 330 cubits and 3302/3 = 36,300 as well.

Or that 756 x 481 = 363636.

Now, with the hint of the end of the 4 exile periods quite clear, we turn to the measure of the pyramid’s apothem, an imaginary line drawn down the center of the South face of the pyramid,and we get a measurement of 612 feet, the numerical value of the Hebrew word Brit, meaning Covenant.

As for the 4 letter word Brit (BRYT), while the Covenant of Abraham was in 2018 HC and 5778 is also 2018 CE, the sum 4 full aspects of word give us: the gematria milui value plus its standard value plus its ordinal value plus the kolel of the 4 letters = 1348 +612+ 54 + 4 = 2018. And let’s not forget that 54 is the sum of Dalet and Nun (DN) as explained above.

From here, the analysis of the pyramid’s structure and dimensions get deeper and the meaning of their revelations more profound, including their connections and similarities to the future Temple, and their precise and startling insights in our most modern physics.

But we’re going to pause, give you a breather, and split up this article into digestible components, but before we do, we want you to step back and to picture the enormity of what you’ve just read. Picture yourself standing at the foot of this mountain, towering a steep 48 stories above you, made up of 6 million tons of limestone and granite blocks, some weighing up to 50 tons each, and take in that it was assembled thousands of years ago with an amazing precision rivaling NASA today, and that all its measurements to a fraction of an inch detail a prophecy of the coming Moshiach and of the end of the 4 exiles, yet it was built long before the first exile ended.

Make no bones about it; this is a mountain; it is the moutain. It stands 210 levels and 210 cubits high and the gematria of “the mountain” (HHR) is 210.

Ask yourself how?

Ask yourself why?

Was it just to conceal and yet preserve in stone the measurement of the ancient and future cubit? After all, that base measurement of the South face of 756.25 feet is not only two and a half football fields in length, but is also exactly 27.52.

So yes, that is one very important reason. And after the Tower of Babel—the only other time the Torah mentions the word bricks besides in conjunction with the Israelites work in Egypt—maybe there was very good reason to conceal the cubit until now.

And in terms of preserving it, I can tell you this, had it not been preserved in the measures of Joseph’s Pyramid it would have been lost forever, and you would not be reading this article.

There’s much more to follow, and remember this is only still part of our first step in exploring the construction of the Future Temple. With each step the energy increases and we get closer to the tree-of-life reality.
Shavua Tov

Ezra

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Sukkot is Upon Us.

We’re going in a new direction soon and will begin explaining the meaning and significance of the dimensions of the Third Temple. All the proportions we’ve learned about through the Torah, the Names, and the universal constants will have new meaning as we explore the place where all the Shefa (life-force) flows through into our world. Before the Third Temple can be constructed we must understand it. It already exists spiritually, but just knowing the dimensions and erecting stone walls won’t do it. We have the knowledge and it’s coming time to apply it. When we take the process and the knowledge run it through our hearts we will connect to the Tree-of-Life, the greater universe, the Cosmos, and the Holy Third Temple. And then it will be time.

A long time ago, I promised to explain and expand on Abraham Avinu’s layout of the Cosmos first delineated in his Sefer Yetzirah, and now we will do so in the context of the Holy Temple’s design. G-d willing, we will all understand.

When Noach sent out the dove 3 times to find dry land it was an allusion to the 3 Holy Temples, and to the 3 times the numbers 5778 and 2019 appear in the first 1000 (Aleph) digits of Pi (See There’s Nothing Random About the Universe).

It’s almost time to let the dove loose again. There is a lot of work to be done this year and the holiday of Sukkot is almost upon us. They are calling for rain in New York and that’s not good. We’re going to need the power of the sukkah and of the unifications we can make in it in order to do our work properly so we’re going to need everyone’s consciousness in a place of unity, love, and sharing to stave off the rain this year. Let’s all spend the next few days thinking, speaking, and listening through our hearts and the blessings will come to all.

I’m repeating and updating below an article posted a year ago to explain many of the secrets and kavannot of the shakings of the lulov within the sukkah. This year, if we shake with our hearts we will shake the world awake. Let’s do it together.

The Shakings

Regarding the daily shakening of the four species, they would seem to correspond to (5 sets x 6 directions) the 30 blasts of the shofar, and the numerical gematria value (30) of the large Lamed (connected to Binah) in the Torah. Lamed has the numerical value of 74 or 70 +4, which as you’ll see later, representing the 70 Nations and 4 species.

That Lamed connects to the Lamed of Lulav. It’s also the Lamed that along with the letter Pe controls the month of Tishrei (Libra), according to Abraham Avinu, in which we do both the shofar blowings and the shakings. It’s also the lamed of the word aleph (ELP, the first), and when the controlling letters of Tishrei are completed with the letter Aleph (Aleph-Lamed-Pe), they connect to both keter and the beginning, as in Aleph B’Tishrei (permutated to spell Bereshit, the beginning).

With the 3 shakings per direction, corresponding to the 3 beats per type of blast of the shofar, there are 18 total shakings per set, and as Rav Abraham Brandwein points out, “The Lulav hints at the vertebral column that has 18 vertebrae and every movement indicates vitality. Thus all 4 species need to be damp and alive and not dry.” The 18 corresponds to the value of the word, chai, (life). And straightening this connection is that the word value of lulav is 68, as in chaim (life)

With 18 shaking per each of the 5 sets there are 91 total shakings per day, which corresponds to amen and teh all-important unification of G-d’s Names that it represents (YHVH-ADNY ) and to the value of the word Succah itself.

Moreover, at 30 daily shakenings x 7 days, there are 210 total shakings, as in the 210 years of Egyptian exile. And when the 3 shakings per direction are considered, there are 210 x 3 or 630 total shakings in the 7 days. 630 is 10 x 63, the value of the Tetragramamton in the aspect of Binah. The 10 always corresponds to the 10 sefirot (dimensions) and in this case to the 10 sub-dimensions (inner sefirot) within Binah. During the entire process of Sukkot, we’re drawing down the energy from Yesod of Ima (Binah) so the Binah connections are very fitting and part and parcel to the technology involved in the shakings.

Over the 7 days of Sukkot, we’re making 70 sacrifices to share the energy with the 70 nations of the world. Each of these sacrifices corresponds to a specific one of the sub-sefirot in order as we descend through them during the 7 day period.

Regarding the four species: As we know from the Arizal, the four species correspond to the Tetragrammaton (YHVH): Hadas (Yud), Aravah (Hei), lulav (vav) and Etrog (hei). So since the numerical values of Hadas and Aravah = 346 (Shmo), the two species above correspond to Y-H Shmo (the Name of YH), as in 5 of the 6 letters that occur at the top of the 248 columns of the Torah that are not vavs, excluding the initial Bet of bereshit. But the three sides of the sukkah itself forms the shape of the letter Bet, completing the B’Y-H ShMV sequence.

The missing Bet from the B’Y-H ShMV sequence would also appear to be the Bet in lulav (LVLB), since the word lulav represents teh whole Torah in two different ways in that it begins with (L) and ends in (B) and also ends in the letter combination Lamed-Bet (LB), as in the first (B) and last (L) letters of the Torah. This letter reversal is an allusion to the recycling of the Torah that occurs during this period when we read the last verse of the Torah and immediately twist it back to the beginning and read from Bereshit.

Moreover, the numerical value of Hadas and Aravah and lulov together = 414 (kaddish) or 2 x 207 (the numerical value of Or/light), and thus twice light, representing the running and returning light

And as in known from chazal, etrog has the value 610 as in parnesa (sustenance) and ma’aser (tithing) and their various meditations for drawing the Shefa into our lives. The Etrog corresponds to the malchut of yesod, the place where we earn our parnesa (sustenance).

But the total value of the 4 species = 1024, which is 256 x 4 with 256 being the value or the Ark of the Covenant (also Aaron) and 1024 being both 210 as in the 210 years of exile yet again, and also 1024 represents the 1024 unique word values in the Torah, which is not coincidence and not coincidentally 32 x 32 which when we study the structure of the Third Temple, we’ll understand how they all relate and relate to the 32 paths of the Tree-of-Life.

Furthermore, as we meditate on ending the 4th exile by sharing light with the 70 nations through the 70 sacrifices, it’s appropriate that the sum of the 4 final letters (B,G,H,S) in the names of the 4 species add up to 70, while that of the Hadas and Arava alone add up to 65, the numerical value of Adonai.

And it’s almost needless to mention that the end of the 4th exile is supposed to happen 70 years after Israel became a nation in 1948 (5708)

Interestingly, and not coincidentally, the sum of the ordinal value of the 16 x 4) letters in the names of the 4 species is 151, as in the value of the Name, Ehyeh (EHYH) spelled out (milui) and also of the word, mikve.
Moreover, the sum of the ordinal value of the letters in lulav is 32, as in the numerical value of the letters Lamed and Bet (LB), which spells Lev, the Hebrew word for heart, and as previously mentioned the last and first letters in the Torah. Yet another connection to the 32 paths of Wisdom, which is in essence the Tree-of-life, represented by the lulav, whose standard gematria value is 68, that of chaim (life). And note that the Inner Courtyard of the Third Temple is 100 cubits by 100 cubits and the Alter in the center of it is 32 x 32 cubits, leaving space of 68 cubits all around.

Moreover, when we add Lulav’s standard value and its ordinal one, we get 68 + 32 = 100, the value of, sach (SCC), the very important roof (covering) of the Sukkah and the representation value of keter, the highest sefira.

So when we shake the Lulav we not only want to bring it back to our heart but we want to mediate the light and love channeling back and forth through it, as we stand both in our succahs and in the center of the Third Temple

Now, if we add all the elements of the holiday together, we get 100 (Sach) + 91 (sukkah) + 1024 (4 species) = 1215. There is a reason for 1215 but we wont go into it now, but when we take away 1 for the kolel, and get 1214, much of the technology gets revealed:

For example the 11 unique letters used in creation of the first verse of the Torah connect with the 11 dots above the letters that occur in the same parsha (portion) as the large letter lamed, and together they help us convert curses into blessings through the 11 incenses (etc). These 11 unique letters have a complete value (ordinal plus standard gematria) of 1214, and 1214 is the exact numerical value of “70 languages” (ShBAYM LShVNVT), corresponding to the 70 nations for whom we’re making the sacrifices. Also, 1214 is the exact value for the Hebrew phrase (ZYRVP HEVTYVT) meaning “permutation of the letters.”

Now, while the last of the 11 letters in the words under the 11 dots is the letter ayin, with a value of 70, the complete value (standard and ordinal) of all 11 letters under the dots is 422, which is the exact numerical value of the word “seventy (70)” (ShBAYM). These, of course, connect to the destruction of the first Two Holy Temples in –422 BCE and in 70 CE, respectively, as is detailed and chronicled in The Divine Calender.

It’s also not a coincidence that the letter ayin, with a numerical value of 70, has an ordinal value of 16, as in the 16 letters of the 4 species discussed above.

In case it’s not understood, it is our responsibility to mediate on sharing this light with the 70 Nations, and this is why we were blessed to be the channels and given these magnificent divine tools to use. As it says in Isaiah 56:7, ” I will bring them to My holy Mountain and make them rejoice in My House of Prayer…For My House will be called the House of Prayer for all the nations.”

Sukkot is the time of joy, when the energy of rejoicing is drawn down upon us by our actions within the succah for the whole year. Let’s do all we can to spread that rejoicing to the entire world.

Chag Sameach

With Love

Ezra




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