Choose NOW the Way You Should Go!

In the previous article “Time to Fight Back” we advised that the final 70 years prophesied in the Zohar and elsewhere is drawing to an end in 2 (!) years. That would be 5778 in the Hebrew calendar year, or 2018 CE. Throughout the hundreds of articles and in books we have published, we have shown extensive evidence of the inevitability of those dates having profound significance for us all. Therefore, we have only 2 years left in which to fathom it all. Here are two more examples of the Torah’s revelation of this date for our edification.

YHVHThere are exactly 90,100 Yud(י), Heis (ה) and Vavs(ו)in the Torah, which combine to form precisely 1820 Tetragrammatons (יהוה). Given that 820 is the standard gematria value of the famous verse that Hillel and other sages have said encapsulates the entire Torah, paraphrased as “Love they neighbor as thyself,” (Vayikra 19:18) and also that a more obscure gematria of that self-same verse has the exact valuation of 1820, G-d may be giving us a message hidden in His Name.

As we said in “Time to Fight Back” we are already in the 68th of the final 70 years. The word for “life” in Hebrew has a numerical value of 68, so at the end of life as we know it, ONLY UNCONDITIONAL LOVE can save us.


“Love thy neighbor as thyself.”

 Some of us may get the message, some may shrug their shoulders, so G-d, who loves us unconditionally, whose Name (יהוה) is mentioned 1820 times in the Torah, wanted to clarify it a bit more in order that we may “get the message.” As it happens the numerical value of the Tetragrammaton (יהוה) is 26 and 1820 = 70 x 26, possibly meaning that at the end of the 70 years every single one of the 1820 Names will be used up, or perhaps activated. At the very least it is a sure connection between 70 years and the Name of G-d. If we subtly reverse the digits in 1820 we get 2018.

This is very similar to the two central letters at the heart of the 42-letter Name of G-d, Resh (r) and Tzaddi (צ), whose ordinal values are 20 and 18 respectively. And these 2 letters are the central part of the word Brit (ברית ) or Covenant, spelled out in this central 4th line of the Ana B’koach (42-letter Name).



It appears G-d likes to hide or reveal this knowledge in plain sight right in the midpoints, just like in Abraham’s Covenant of Halves with G-d in 2018 HC, and just like in the midpoint of King David’s 70 year life in 2889 HC, exactly in the halfway point from Adam to 5778 (2018 CE): 2889 x 2 = 5778. The kabbalists explain this path from Adam to Moshiach, through David, as the reason why the Alef-Dalet and Mem in the name Adam (אדם) represent Adam-David-Moshiach. This is also why the complete sofit gematria value of Alef-Dalet and Mem is 2019, the year that begins the new calendar of the Covenant.

menora 67th psalm

Further, another example of G-d using the midpoint of some divine Name or creation is found in the midpoint of the letters and words in the pictographic 67th Psalm, the Menorah with which we count during the 49 days of the Omer. On the 25th day, midway through the counting, the sum of the gematria values of the words and/or letters counted is exactly 5778, including the kolel for the 25 days. Just as astonishing, while the sum of the square roots of those 25 words is 345, the numerical value of Moses (מהש), the sum of the square roots of the 24 words prior to the midpoint is 333.078 or 3330 years as in 66.6 jubilee years that stretch precisely from the giving of the Torah at Sinai in 2448 to the year of Moshiach in 5778, represent the two times that an opening to the Tree-of-life consciousness is being made available to us. As for the 78 in 333.078, Rav Brandwein explained that the initials (ח ע) of Etz Chaim,(עץ‐חיים), the Tree-of-life, add up to 70 + 8, and most specifically he said it represented the 78 that we find in the number 5778 and the Tree-of-life he hoped we would achieve in the year 5778.

Now, back to the 1820 Tetragrammatons (יהוה), where we see that 1820 is the number of letters in the 28 prophetic verses of Ezekiel 37 about the “dry bones” and the geula in the end of days.

Earlier we mentioned the 90,100 Yud(י), Heis (ה) and Vavs(ו) in the Torah and while 1820 = 91 x 20, the number 90,100 is the exact sum of all the integers from 1 to 424 and most significantly for us and our salvation, 424 is the value of none other than Moshiach Ben David. Once again, we see the entire Torah has been designed to help bring us and lead us to the Tree-of-Life consciousness, with unconditional love, and into the arms of Moshiach Ben David in 2018 CE.

Moreover, it just occurred to me that if there were 90,100 Yud(י), Heis (ה) and Vavs(ו) in the Torah, forming 1820 Tetragrammatons (יהוה), which would use 7,280 of those 90,100 letters, then, the remaining Yud(י), Heis (ה) and Vavs(ו) would number 82,820.

Maybe it is all a coincidence. But given all that we know, given all that is at stake, and given the precarious state of the world right now, do you want to take that chance?

Besides the connection to the Tree-of-life, there is another important word in the Torah that has the dubious value of 78, the Flood (מבול). We have a choice for how the next 2 years will end up for noah's arkus personally. It all depends on which consciousness we choose during the difficult times that are rapidly descending upon us. The Tree-of-life or Binah consciousness for those that choose it will be as Nirvana. As for the Flood — well…

And speaking of the portion of Noach, the phrase “40 days and 40 nights” has the exact same gematria value as the phrase “70 years” as used in the Torah (ושבעים‐שנ‐ה). It is 778 up to the final Hey (ה), which has a numerical value of 5, further implying a designed reference to 5-778. By the way, 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 Lamekh (למך) — kabbalistic code for king (melech, מלך) — who lived for 777 years, as discussed with Rav Brandwein of blessed memory.

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.

Why am I going on and on with these redundant numbers? Because the Torah does. Because G-d does — and because I love you. There are only 2 (!) years left. Will the 70 years end in 5777, the beginning of 5778, the end of 5778, or the advent of 2019? We do NOT know. When will the last moment come in which to make the most profound choice of our existence? We do NOT know. But I do NOT want any of us to be on wrong side of that deadline. The desire to receive for one’s self alone feels so good. It is exactly why the choice to fight our nature, our natural inclinations, is so difficult. This is also why it is so imperative not to trust ourselves to wait until the very last moment to make the right choice we need to make NOW.

As a culture we have failed over and over again for 5776 years so far. As individuals we do not have to do that. We are shown over and over again how the Torah could not have been created by Man, how the Names of G-d can be tapped into by anyone to bend and change personal reality in a positive way, and how G-d gave us a definitive calendar of pre-ordained events in which to do it. However, we cannot give anyone certainty about making a personal choice. We will either have to find that within ourselves, or take a leap of faith. We can hold your hand, and gladly will do so, but in the end each one of us are the ones who have to jump, to make that shift in consciousness against everything our physical senses are longing for. Help is available.

‘I will instruct thee and teach thee in the way which thou shalt go; I will give counsel, Mine eye being upon thee.’ — Psalm 32:8

Please choose wisely.




The Time to Fight Back Has Come

This past Shabbat was my daughter’s Bat Mitzvah and in honor of it, I am posting a long overdue, very amended and extended excerpt of the speech I gave on the occasion, since so many people asked for copies of it. To our long time subscribers, I thank you for your patience and want you to know that these new revelations are crucial in our fight to bring Moshiach and Moshiach consciousness to the world. The time has finally come for US, in this very generation to fight back. Permission has finally been granted to reveal all the necessary tools we will need. Satan has had free reign for far too long and the forces of evil have been gathering for long enough for the final battles.

This past Shabbat was my daughter’s Bat Mitzvah and in honor of it, I am posting a long overdue, very amended and extended excerpt of the speech I gave on the occasion, since so many people asked for copies of it. To our long time subscribers, I thank you for your patience and want you to know that these new revelations are crucial in our fight to bring Moshiach and Moshiach consciousness to the world. The time has finally come for US, in this very generation to fight back. Permission has finally been granted to reveal all the necessary tools we will need. Satan has had free reign for far too long and the forces of evil have been gathering for long enough for the final battles.



Korach and the Missing 38 Years of the Torah

DSC_5399 LIGHTThis shabbat is the bar mitzvah of my son David, in the portion of Korach. A note of caution; the insights in today’s article may take you far from what you thought you knew about the Torah. According to chazal and just about every commentator on the Torah, Korach was not a very positive person and they are correct. They are also correct that this portion teaches us the extremely important concept of appreciation and also what happens when we are ruled by greed and jealousy. Though it may be not greed so much, because Korach, having obtained the treasures of Joseph, was already the richest man in the world by far. He did well by greed, until of course he foolishly challenged Moshe and Aaron. It is said he had 300 donkeys just to carry the keys to his treasure chests. Though this saying may be hyperbole, the point of it is that Korach was an extremely wealthy man. The Midrash tells us his wife pushed him to want it all. However, it is odd because it is rare to find someone wise enough to amass and keep such wealth and so foolish to challenge his cousins whom he has witnessed wielding such might powers as the chosen channels of the Almighty. He had seen them defeat Pharaoh and his armies, split seas, wreak havoc with nature and reality, all with the raising of an arm or a few chosen words—so why would he think he had a chance? He had seen G-d’s wrath against anyone who spoke against Moses, even Moses’ own sister Miriam, which may be the reason why that particular incident happened only two portions earlier.

Those very same sages who elucidated the appreciative aspects of the Korach portion, also have told us that the Torah has many layers—all true and beautiful—and the deeper layers are where the strongest secrets lay. According to Rav Abulafia, the most concealed is that which most needs to be revealed, and not only does everything get revealed in its time, but nothing gets revealed without permission from Above. It is also Rav Abulafia who tells us that the deepest Torah secrets are revealed through the understanding of gematria, the science of reading the underlying energies of the Hebrew letters and Torah passages.

Using gematria and searching the Torah for clues, we see that Korach (קרח) has the numerical value of 308 and because in Kabbalah the spiritual gematria-related understanding of the number “0” is that it is often just a place holder and becomes nullified. Hence 308 can also be seen as 38, which is relevant because Korach is the 38th portion of the Torah. This is significant because the portion of Korach immediately follows the portion of Shlach, where G-d decreed that the Israelites were to wander in the desert for 40 years. It immediately precedes the portion of Chukath, where the red heifer is utilized and 38 of those 40 years vanish. Without missing a beat the journey of 42 places continues from Korach into Chukath with no time or space for those derived 38 years.

In the fourth Book of the Torah, Bamidbar, Korach is indeed the 38th parasha. 33 of those portions are in the first three books and five of them are found in Bamidbar. It is known from chazal that 3 of the Patriachs gave of their lifespans to King David so that he may live. Abraham, whose numerical gematria value is 248, the same as Bamidbar, gave 5 years. Jacob, representing the 3 columns of the Tree-of-Life gave 28 years and together with Abraham, they gave 33 years. Joseph gave 37 years. We can see these as coincidences or as hints after hints that there may be something here in the number 14,700, which is the number of people who died in the aftermath of the Korach rebellion, because Jacob lived 147 (!) years.

Speaking of Jacob, he fought and defeated the dark angel in the river Yabok the night before he reunited with his brother. As it just so happens, Korach’s name as written in the Torah is: Korach Ben Yitzhar (קרח בן יצהר) whose initials (קבי) spell Yabok (יבק) backwards. Yabok, or numerical value 112, represents two powerful unifications to the kabbalists. The first is Elohim (אלהים) with the ineffable Name of G-d (יהוה) or 86 and 26 energetically, fusing the heavenly world with the natural one. The second represents the passage from Malchut through Zeir Anpin to the 3 upper worlds : יהוה+אהיה+אדני

Nevertheless Korach’s full name is Korach Ben Yzhar Ben Kohoth Ben Levi, as I know so well from listening to my son diligently practice reciting his portion. Those initials spell Yabok (קבי) backwards, then forwards, Yabok (יבק), then a permutation of the name, Balak (בלק). Balak is the name of one of three Torah portions named after three powerful individuals. In Yitro (יתרו), named after Moses’ father-in-law, we find the 10 Commandments. Two of these men were not-so nice; Balak (בלק), Moses’ nemesis, and Korach (קרח), Moses’ cousin. Together, their intials spell Yabok (יבק) once again.

The multiple hints tying Korach to Jacob and the conquering of the dark angel are extensive and even the numerical values of their names tell us that more than what meets the eye is going on. Yitro has a numerical value of 616, the same as “the Torah (התורה),” while Korach’s numerical value of 308 is exactly half of 616 and half a Torah is the same as a whole Torah.

While Yitro is the 17th portion of the Torah and 17 is the numerical value of Tov (good), it is also the 5th portion of the Book of Shmot, and since Korach is the 5th portion of Bamidbar and Balak is the 7th portion, likewise of Bamidbar, 5 plus 5 plus 7 is also 17, Tov (good). Yet another hint.

Moreover, Korach is the 38th portion, Balak the 40th and Yitro the 17th, together they sum (38+40+17) to 95 and there are 95 verses in the portion of Korach. While 95 is the numerical value of H’Melech. “the King,” it is also the value of Haman and of Daniel from the Scroll of Esther.  We might posit that the evil aspects within Korach ended up in Haman and the positive in Daniel and they are both under the King (G-d).

In the portion and rebellion of Korach, the Torah makes a point of repeatedly telling us that there were 250 Israelites participating with 250 incense pans etc., and the Torah does not make a point of anything haphazardly. 250 is the value of the Hebrew word for candle, Ner (נר), and when we spell out these two letters utilizing gematria milui (נון רשי), we get (106 + 510) = 616, once again the numerical equivalent of “the Torah (התורה).”

A closer look at the portion shows us that contrary to popular belief, Korach was never swallowed alive by the earth, only his men, along with Dathan and Aviram ended up as such. Korach and the 250 incense lighters were actually devoured by fire, which is interesting because Aaron’s sons Nadav and Avihu were also devoured by fire when they made an unauthorized incense offering. Again, Korach knew this—they were his cousins—why would he have agreed to Moses’ contest of lighting the incense when he well knew what G-d had decreed and had done regarding anyone that makes an unauthorized offering of the incense. A sin offering would perhaps have been more appropriate.

Moreover, we see that Korach’s sons were spared, supposedly because they repented. G-d did not show that kind of mercy elsewhere when his laws were challenged. Why did he so in this case?

It is said that Korach had a vision that Samuel Hanavi would be his descendant and it is assumed that he misinterpreted the vision to mean that he would become the Cohen Hagadol, which is why some say Korach thought he would be successful in challenging Moses.

Yet another clue into Korach (קרח) is that the value of his name in gematria atbash (דגס), (a cipher whereby the alphabet is reversed), is 67, the numerical value of the sefira (dimension) of Binah, the level at which Moses was.

Immediately before the portion of Korach, G-d decreed that the Israelites would wander in the desert for 40 years and we know that those 40 years are very much part of G-d’s Divine Calendar. While His word must be done, He is nevertheless all merciful and we know from the kabbalists and our own experiences with the kabbalistic tools, (such as the 42-Letter Name), that time and distance are elastic. 40 years can pass in 40 days—as it would seem to have happened in this case. Nevertheless, such a significant change in the course of history and reality would necessitate certain tools, like the red heifer, and a huge action or sacrifice on the part of man. Could the richest man in the world giving up all his wealth, his legacy and his life, be such a sacrifice?

What if that vision of Samuel Hanavi gave solace to Korach that his sacrifice would be successful? What if G-d was not only fulfilling the vision he gave to Korach, but was also acknowledging Korach’s sacrifice by allowing his sons to live. It is notable that Aaron’s sons perished after igniting the unauthorized incense, while Korach’s sons survived. Wasn’t Korach the notorious one?

And why did Moses choose an incense offering as the contest and not a sin offering? Was Korach and the 250 men the actual sin offering? Was Moses aware of the sacrifice and was going along with it in order to spare the Israelites?  We can ponder that Moses, who consulted G-d on most matters, why did he not consult G-d before choosing the incense offering?

So the main question is, “Did Korach sacrifice himself so that the 38 years would pass with mercy, as if the Israelites slept through it?” There is no doubt that the revolt existed, but, “Was Korach divinely inspired to revolt?” The Arizal tells us that even the most negatively inclined people in the Torah can deliver blessings, since all the words of the Torah are G-ds. He gives the example of Laban, who inadvertently blessed Elazar and thus ended the curse of Canaan for him. There is also the example of Bilaam, who blessed the Israelites every time he tried to curse them.

If indeed G-d wanted a huge sacrifice to ignite the mercy from above, what greater one would there have been than Korach, the richest man in the world… perhaps no one else had more to sacrifice.

In Bamidbar 26:10, the Torah states that when Korach died and fire annihilated the 250, it involved a divine miracle.

Sacrificing all that one owns is the highest form of appreciation when one understands that the altruistic actions of a single person can change the course of history for the betterment of humanity. We are not talking about crazed suicide bombers who have nothing to lose, but about the deliberate and divinely inspired actions of someone with literally everything to lose. That is the ultimate message of the portion.

In the troubling times ahead, great sacrifices are going to be called for and we must ask ourselves who will step up; who will sacrifice everything for the sake of mankind? It will take certainty, extraordinary certainty. Whether Korach sacrificed everything for the sake of mankind or for the sake of his vision, it does not matter. The point is he was willing to risk everything with his certainty.

Once again the Torah is providing us with the clues and the means to overcome all obstacles, and it is doing so in the appropriate time. Being appreciative has always been extremely important, but the message to be ready to sacrifice everything is now of the utmost importance as we strive to close the final gap toward Moshiach consciousness. The earth opening up and swallowing Korach’s followers was a true earthquake. It is also a metaphor for how easily a gap can close and the warning point that if we are not careful to be in the right consciousness it can close in on us.

We can wonder where those 38 years went which deprived us of Moses’ physical presence for 38 years. Perhaps they were granted to the Arizal, who lived 38 extraordinary years, a peerless fountain of knowledge and beacon of light. Wherever the years disappeared, rest assured it was meant to happen from the very beginning of time.


Shabbat Shalom,



G-d Never Abandoned His People

pillar of smoke1In the nearly 5778 years of our existence since Adam, we have had the connection to the Creator through the Ark of the Covenant in our midst for only 890 years, just 26.72% of the 3330 years since it was given to us. Or so we were led to believe. The truth is we always had it. It has been at our fingertips all along. The Ark, the Tabernacle, the direct connection to G-d, and all that is Holy in the universe has been concealed, wrapped up tight and handed to us at the moment of Creation. It has actually never left our sight or been denied to us, not in exile, nor in our denial.

There is a prayer or meditation that many of us know as the Ana B’koach or 42-Letter Name of G-d matrix that is extremely powerful in changing or shifting reality. Yet few of us have a real inkling as to how powerful these 42 Letters really are or how much technology is embedded in them. It is even more than that though. Everything in the Torah and our divinely inspired history is encapsulated into it. It is the blueprint to Creation drafted on a level we cannot fathom.

Still, a little kabbalistic decoding gives us insights into some of that primordial imprinting and thus genesis prayer coverallows us to tap into that Power and those Biblical reference points as if we were there in the moment. One can ask, “What can that do for us?” It can give us, what we refer to today as “miracles.” Further, when we know the right power points it can give us more specific and more powerful ones. Some of these concealed connections were revealed in the book, The Genesis Prayer and in a few of our articles. As we get closer and closer to the time of Moshiach (the Messiah), it becomes more imperative that we tap into this energy and make stronger connections to the Creator and to the energy of Creation.

To those that are unfamiliar with the power of the 42-Letter Name, we should first note that it was the Arizal, one the most knowledgeable and powerful kabbalists of all time, who told us that no prayer could be elevated without it. Second, as Rav Brandwein, the Admor of Stretin of blessed memory, said, “It is through the understanding of the 42-Letter Name that Moshiach will come.” Third, the Ana B’koach can drill through anything in this world, no matter how thick the negativity—all you need is a deeper understanding as to what it connects and to recite it, sometimes multiple times if the situation calls for it. What you will experience is that the layers of negativity will peel away like the skins of an onion, and the finely stacked layers of parallel universes will dissolve until you come to the one with the positive outcome you need.

 We are revealing today a series of newly unveiled ancient connections that will both help to explain the technology behind the 42-Letter Matrix and give you greater control over the evil inclination and protection from evil in general; two advantages we need more than ever in these times.

אבג יתץ

קרע שטן

נגד יכש

בטר צתג

חקב טנע

יגל פזק

שקו צית

Of all the processes and tools G-d gave to us regarding the Holy Temple and the Mishkan (Tabernacle), nothing is more powerful as a protection against the forces of evil than the 11-incense. In Vayak’hel, the Zohar Vol. 12:466 tells us that “whoever smelled the smoke coming from the pillar rising from the smoke raiser, would cleanse his heart totally to worship his Master, and the filth of the Evil Inclination would pass from him…nothing in the world breaks the Other Side except incense… It can revoke sorcery, and evil things at home.”

What good would all that do if the recipe for the incense was lost and the Mishkan was gone as well? pillar of smoke2Fortunately, the energy of the recipe, the altar, the 11-incense, its pillar of smoke, and of Aaron, the High Priest were all captured in the 42-Letter Matrix, preserved for all time.

Found in the 2nd line of the matrix (קרעשטן) are 3 of the 4 letters in ketoret (KTtRT, קטרת ) the Hebrew word for incense plus the letter Tav ) found in the 1st line, just above the letter Tet (ט). As we have written about it previously, this 2nd line in particular is especially powerful for protection and literally means to “tear out Satan, the evil inclination.”

אבג יתץ


The smoke from the 11-incense is known in the Torah as Ashen (AShN, עשן ) of numerical value 420 (or 10 times 42), and it too is found in perfect sequence within the 2nd line (קרעשטן).

In Exodus 30:8, after G-d states that Aaron should light the incense twice a day, the ketoret offering is described as “Thus, for all generations there will be incense before G-d at all times,” indicating it was meant to outlast the presence of the Mishkan and Holy Temples. As explained by Rav Kook, the ketoret linked the material and spiritual realms. As opposed to ordinary smoke, the ashen rose straight up, connecting our physical realm with the heavenly, much as the Ana B’koach does.

Starting off the 6 letters of the 4th line (בט-רצתג), which itself has the numerical value of ketoret (KTtRT, קטרת) when the kolel is included, are the two letters (בט) which have the numerical value of 11. These same two letters (בט) are found again in the center of the 5th line (חק-בט-נע).

The word ketoret means connecting; it is the incense that the High Priest, such as Aaron would offer up tree of life 11 Engtwice a day. It was an offering to G-d. The two times (בט) of numerical value 11 are included within the 42-Letter matrix represent the 2 times a day the offering is supposed to be made. The 11 spices in the incense mixture connect both to the 11 unique letters in the Torah’s first verse and the 11 sefirot in the Tree-of-Life when Da’at is included. These 11 unique letters have a complete value (ordinal plus standard gematria) of 1214, the exact numerical value of “70 languages” (שבעים לשונות), corresponding to the 70 nations, as explained by Rav Abulafia or blessed memory, who went on to say that 1214 is the exact value for the “permutation of the letters” (צירוף האותיות).

The final column of the 6 column matrix also contains the word for smoke ashen (AShN, עשן ) within the first 5 rows, and the two letters of the 5 final ones of those lines that were not utilized in that word are the tzadi and the gimmel (ץג) which together have the numerical value of 903, which is the sum of all the integers from 1 to 42.

אבגית ץ

קרעשט ן

נגדיכ ש

בטצת ג

חקבטנ ע

 The altar upon which the incense was placed in the Mishkan is called in Hebrew the Mizbeach (מזבח) of numerical value 57, the same is the 1st triplet of the 3rd line of the 42-Letter Name matrix (נגד). Notice how it is situated just below the words for ketoret and smoke (ashen) within the matrix. Notice also how the smoke (ashen, עשן ) flows upward sequentially from below in a straight pillar.

cinnamonCinnamon was one of the 11 spices and in Hebrew it is spelled cinnamon (KYNMVN קינמון) and it has the same gematria value as both Aaron and as the last line of the 42-Letter Name (שקו צית). This is very important because while Moses’ and Miriam’s names are also found concealed within the 42-Letter Name matrix, we will discuss this shortly in our next installment, Aaron must be present for the ketoret to be accepted. Otherwise it would be considered as “strange fire,” which not only led to the deaths of Nadav and Avihu, but also to the deaths of his cousin Korach and his 250 followers. By incorporating Aaron’s name at the level of malchut, the 7th line, Aaron’s energy is present and available to us today to elevate our prayers and offerings throughout the 42-Letter chambers. It was Aaron who used the incense to bind the Angel of Death and end the plague. And it is Aaron’s name (not anyone else’s) which is associated in the Torah with Moshiach,

The embedded technology of the rising incense continues upward through the 1st line and uppermost line of the Ana B’koach, the line associated with Chesed. This final processing point before our prayers are elevated has the gematria of 506, and as delineated in The Genesis Prayer, this is also the same as numerical value of “Unconditional love” and is also the complete (standard plus ordinal) gematria value of “Moshiach Ben David.” The value 506 also matches up with the 506 times that the 14 triplets that comprise the 42-Letter Name are found within the Torah. What has not been revealed before is that 506 equals the sum of the squares of the integers from 1 to 11, and thus we find just as our prayers are about to rise that their strength and the power of the 11-incense are exponentially magnified.

12 + 22 + 32 + 42 + 52 + 62 +72 + 82 + 92 + 102 + 112 = 506

When the energy builds and passes through the 11th expansion it leaves our realm entirely and rises upwards to the highest levels.

What awaits our prayers above is the Upper 42-letter Name, which is the conduit through which all our prayers from below are processed and the blessings channeled. The numerical value of the 42 Letters in this expansion of the Ineffable Name (יהוה) is the same as that of ketoret (KTtRT, קטרת ) plus the kolel of 1, completing the divine technological loop.

How important is this connection within the Ana B’koach? Rabbi Shimon in the Zohar wrote:

zohar setZohar 12:468: It is a standing decree before the Holy One, blessed be He that whoever looks at and reads every day the section of the preparation of the ketoret, he is protected from all things evil and sorcery in the world, from mishap, from evil thoughts, from harsh judgment, and from death, and shall not come to harm on that day, for the Other Side may have no power over him… Rabbi Shimon said, if people would know how exalted the concept of the ketoret is before the Holy One, blessed be He, they would take every single word in it and raise it as a crown on their head like a golden crown…If he concentrates on it every day, he has a portion both in this world and in the World to Come. Death is banished from him and from the world, and he will be protected from prosecution in this world, from the ordeal of Gehenom and from judgment in this world.”

We know from the tzaddikim that the deep understanding and use of the Ana B’koach will help bring about Moshiach in our lifetime, therefore understanding that the ketoret, according to the Zohar Vol. 12:470, “creates unity, above and below, so that everything becomes one,” is crucial, as is also using the 42-Letter Name with intent and knowledge. It was always known that neither the Mishkan nor Aaron would be physically available to us to prepare and light the incense in these critical days when the Other Side in its death throes is at its strongest. Therefore their energy and DNA was preserved for us at the time of Creation.

To be continued with the connections to Moses, Miriam and healing…