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Kabbalah Secrets; Digging out the hidden codes and teaching of kabbalah - Part 8

Rav Ashlag and the 13 Leaps of Love.

By now, most of you know of the prophetic Hebrew calendar date for Moshiach (the Messiah) and as some say the end times or the end of days,  5778, and how Rav Yehuda Halevi Ashlag revealed it to me through my teacher and how much more it connects to.  And more recently, we’ve revealed the connection between the 13 measures of 444 years and the year 5778. I recently returned from Israeli and it was while visiting HaRav Ashlag (HaSulam) that the significance of the 444-year span came into sharper focus.  I had been contemplating the connection between the 13 measures of 444 and 2nd plague, tzfardea (frogs) of numerical value 444, and I came to the obvious and not so profound link that frogs leap and that the 13 spans of time are like 13 leaps of love (ahava, numerical value 13). As previously revealed, 444 is the numerical value of “from generation to generation (L’dor V’dor) and I knew there had to be a special reason that the only 10-letter word (an obvious connection to the 10 sefirot) in the Torah is found in the reading about the frogs. Yet it was during the brief time I had with Rav Ashlag that he suggested I divide 444 by 22, as in the 22 Hebrew letters, in order to understand the significance of 444.  Any connection to the 22 Hebrew letters would bring this number, 444, back to its root energy and deconstruct it to, as Abraham Avinu put it in his Sefer Yetzizah, the 22 building blocks of the universe. So it was beautifully enlightening that the...

The Alpha and the Omega Come Together in a Revelation.

There is always a beginning and an end. Well, not really, all time is infinite, but it can be segmented into discreet bundles.  Moreover, there is one time segment in particular that the Torah, modern mathematics, ancient philosophy, and Biblical history all converge to make extra special. We turn to the Hebrew alphabet and the Torah’s first verse for our first clues. The Greek alpha comes from the Hebrew Alef (E) and the Greek omega comes from the Hebrew letter Tav (T) so it’s fitting that the complete gematria of the letter Tav is 400 plus its ordinal value amongst the 22 letters of the Hebrew alphabet, which is 22, thus together 422.  And 422 is the gematria (numerical value) of the Hebrew word ShBAYM “seventy (70).” The beginning and the end come together in the number 70. As explained in The Divine Calendar the discreet bundle of 70 years is repeated over and over again in terms of Biblical history and divine consciousness, whether it’s the 70 years that Adam gave up for King David’s life (70 years), or the age G-d made his Covenant with Abraham (70), or the period of the Babylonian exile (70 years) between the Temples, or the year the 2nd Temple was destroyed (70 CE), 70 marks very crucial periods in our existence. Thus it should not be such a shock that the First Temple too, which was destroyed in 3338 HC, corresponds to the year -422 BCE in the reflected Western one, or as we just learned 70 (seventy) in gematria. Also as just mentioned, the Second Temple was built 70 years...

Lag B’Omer is Available Every Day.

The energy of Lag B’Omer is available to us every day and always has been. It was imbedded into G-d first gift to us, long before Rabbi Shimon wrote the Zohar.  Before Creation there was the 42-Letter Name of G-d.  It’s designed at a 6 x 7 Matrix. If you look at the 2nd to bottom line, the line associated with the sefira of yesod, you’ll see the letters of the Hebrew word Lag (LG), as in Lag B’omer, the 33rd (LG) day of the counting of the Omer and the death anniversary of Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai, the author of the Zohar. If you then look at the letter in front of the letters LG you see a letter Yud (Y) and beneath it the letter Shin (Sh). Together their gematria is 310, the same as that of the word Omer (AMR). The gematria of the entire bottom line (ShKVZYT) plus the Yud above it is 916, the same as R’ Shimon Bar Yochai with the kolel of 1. And the initials of the last four lines (B, Sh, Y, Ch) can easily be seen as Shimon Bar Yochai. Moreover lag b’omer, the 33rd day of the omer always falls on the 18th of the month of Iyar as in the Yud-Chet (YCh) or 18, found as the first letters in the 2nd and 3rd to last lines of the matrix, adjacent to the word Lag (LG). In His infinite wisdom, G-d gave us Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai and He also gave us a way to access his energy whenever we need it, hidden in plain sight in...

Surprise! There are Secrets in the Omer.

We count the Omer every year. On one level it’s a measure of barley given as a sacrifice. We count it for 49 days. We count it 7 days a week for 7 weeks for a full 1/7 of the year.  So it shouldn’t be surprising that the sum of the ordinal value in the word Omer (AMR) is 16+13+20 = 49.  Gematria only reveals the concealed energy within the Torah’s words; it doesn’t create it. So given the ordinal value of the word Omer (AMR) as 49, the complete value of the word is 310 + 49 or 359, which is the same gematria as the name of the dark angel of negativity, satan. Why? Simply because counting the Omer each year raises the yearly complement of Holy sparks necessary to eventually overcome satan and to help us battles our individual satans. As Rabbi Shimon states in the Zohar, “the evil inclination is voided.” Counting the Omer takes us through the progressions and passages of the sefirot, particularly the 7 dimensions of Zeir Anpin from Malchut. I’ve heard it said that each day that we count the Omer properly is equivalent to doing 8 full days of spiritual work. If it were only equivalent to 7 days, the 7 weeks of the Omer would be equivalent to one full year of spiritual work, and if we’re doing our spiritual work non-stop for the entire year there would be no openings for satan in our lives, G-d Bless and make sure you connect with Rabbi Shimon tonight, this L’ag B’Omer, the one man satan could not touch. Download as...
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