The Energy at the Dawn of Creation.

The Arizal explains that the Zohar tells us that the Torah existed for 2000 years before Creation, and that it existed in a form in which all the 79,976 letters would appear to be jumbled to us today.  In other words, what is written in the Torah and was frozen in time once the letter were rearranged to form the narrative we know today, was formerly written in a potential state, whereby the events of our Biblical past could have played out differently.  Adam didn’t have to sin.

Nevertheless, he did, and we have to struggled and fight our way back to the Tree-of-Life reality that existed prior to that initial sin.  As part of that process (the easy part) we study the secret coding of the Torah (Sod Torah), which R’ Abulafia of blessed memory calls the deepest level of Torah understanding (that we’re capable of at any rate).

But what are we really doing when we examine the gematria and the permutations of the letters and words of the Torah?

Yes, we are revealing the underlying technology that the Torah was designed with, and occasionally by doing so, yes, we are revealing hidden blessings, prayers, and specific gateways. And yes, with each revelation into the magnificence of the Torah we bring more awe of the Torah and G-d into our lives and the world and thus bring ourselves and others closer to G-d ( a thoroughly worthy cause unto itself).

But what are we really doing when we rearrange the letters according to ancients codes that seem to exist before time? At times, it feels like all the letters of the Torah are on stone wheels, each with all 22 (or 27) letters embossed on the–79,976 wheels in all.  At other times, it’s as if the Torah was an enormous multi-dimensional matrix, with gateways and portals  appearing at the intricate junctions and apexes, each leading us to other portals.

But what are we really doing?

When we reveal and understand the codes that permute the letters, we are in essence re-scrambling the letters to the primordial state they were in before creation, to the state of potentiality. We are connecting ourselves to energy of purity that existed before the sin of Adam, to the energy of the Tree-of-Life. We are connection ourselves to the energy that knew no limitations, the energy that houses all possibilities.

What is this like?

It’s like converting the aging cells of our bodies back to pure undifferentiated stem cells that still have to potential to be anything our bodies need, that are young, disease free, and full of youthful health.

This is what we are really connecting to.  What we do with that energy is up to us.

As for the state of the Torah before Creation, we know, for sure, of the formal order of at least 42  of the 79,976 letters, the first 42.  Prior to Creation the first 42 Letters of the Torah were the 42 letters of the Shem MB, the 42-Letter Name of G-d, which is known as the Ana B’koach. This is why when we do the Ana B’koach (See the book The Genesis Prayer), we often see miracles; we are connecting to that primordial energy of pure potential, which means our reality can shift instantaneously.  This is the power of the Tree-of-life.

When we were given the Torah everything was already set (fixed), and both time and a time-frame indelibly established, events had already played out and future events had already been determined. But…

But we were also given, a gateway out (beyond). Adam left Gan Eden with the Ana B’koach, the 42 letters that tap into  the energy he was forced to leave behind. That 42-letter matrix is still here with us today, and still access all that beautiful potential energy. It is our key back in.  As the Zohar puts it, it is the 173 keys to Heaven given to Moses (the small gematria of the 42 letters totals 173).

This is why we study the codes.  It’s all about the Tree-of-Life.

Chag Sameach

Ezra

Bravo! More Light has Been Revealed.

Bravo! Kudos to Mordechai O. who picked up the the challenge and noticed a profound connection within the 5 core Torah elements that we’ve been discussing in our last two articles (It’s a Beautiful Thing, and Even More Beautiful). I noticed a much more coincidental one considering that the sum of all the digits in those 5 elements equals 109 and that is that we’ve just completed our 109th post.

187 chapters; 670 paragraphs; 304805 letters; 79976 words; 5845 verses

Yes, that too is unplanned destiny, but what Modrechai recalled from one of our much earlier posts is of real significance: It’s that 109 is the gematria of “David H’Melech,” King David.

That is even more significant considering that the midpoint from the 5778 years Adam to Moshiach is the midpoint in King David’s life (2889 HC) and that as Mordechai further pointed out, the sum of the digits in the 5 core quantitative elements divided by 5, in other words their average value, is 21.8, reminiscent of 2018, the year Hebrew year 5778.

What this also means is that the value of “David H’Melech” or 109 also marks the midpoint to 2018 (5778), and that the Divine Calendar was indeed designed into the overall structure of the Torah.

And indeed, following the pattern of halves that Mordechai unearthed for all of us, we find that the square root of the sum of the 5 total elements is 442.426.., or depending how we look at it 4 coupled with 424 (Moshiach Ben David) coupled with 26 with both 4 and 26 being the most basic and common representations of the 4 letters (YHVH) of the Tetragrammaton.

And lets not forget that G-d’s Covenant with Abraham in 2018 HC was called the Covenant of Halves.

There are many many more secrets in these numbers and much more light to be revealed through them, such as the 670 paragraphs divided by the 187 chapters give us an average of 3.5828… paragraphs/chapter with 358 being the numerical value of Mashiach (messiah) and 28 being one of the core/key Torah numbers as revealed in The Genesis Prayer and in Nothing is Random in the Universe. And as Mordechai also pointed out: 28 is the sum of the digits in 391,483, which is the sum of the 5 quantitative core Torah elements.

And as I just realized, 28 + 109, all the digits in the cosmic equation (187 chapters+ 670 paragraphs+304805 letters+ 79976 words+ 5845 verses = 391,483) totals 137, as in the numerical value of kabbalah, meaning “to receive.”

One other quick note to point out is that when in the previous article we separated the digits in the 5 elements into those that correspond to 5778 (5,7 and 8) and all the others, which totaled 67 and 42 respectively, what we left out was that the square root of 67 x 42 is 53.0… and that 53 x 109 = 5777.

Also, in the previous article, we said the sum of the 5 elements divided by 67 (Binah) = 5843, or 2 less than the number of verses 5845, and we asked  why are there 2 missing. We won’t answer that today, but we will point out that the sequence 5843 is the verse of the number of letters in the Torah: 304805 so quite obviously this was extremely intentional on the part of the creator, and all the energy of the Torah derives from Binah.

There are still tons of secrets cloaked within these numbers and a huge amount of light to be revealed, so give it a try, peel back some layers from yourself and the universe, and stare deep into the scaffolding that the Torah was built on, then share the light with the rest of us.

Even More Beautiful!

One of the astounding aspects of the Torah is that the deeper you look the more beautiful and awesome it is, even if you’re receiving the same message over and over again in varying ways–like staring into those amazing and colorful digital renditions of fractals. That is because the Torah itself was designed fractally and fractals are naturally occurring phenomenon designed by the same force that created the Torah.

If you doubt that, we challenge you to explain just the few revelation in our last article “It’s a Beautiful Thing!” and which we’re expanding on in this one. So if you haven’t read it yet, should do so now and then read this one.

187 chapters

670 paragraphs

304805 letters

79976 words

5845 verses

There is a very concealed form of gematria that consists of multiplying the numerical values of the letters and dividing it by the sum of them, and as you may recall, that gave us approximately the value 3.14159, or Pi, when we applied it to the Torah’s first verse.

When we take the 18 positive digits of 5 core quantitative Torah elements and the deduct all the components of the year that the tzaddikim have declared for the arrival of Moshiach and the Tree-of-life reality, 5778, which would be the 5’s, 7’s, and 8’s and then apply this rare but most revealing form of gematria, we get:

(1+6+0+3+0+4+0+9+9+6+4) = 42

which is not only the source–the 42-Letter Name–of the entire Torah, but the Name that the tzaddikim have told us to understand in order to bring about the geula (final redemption). And since you’ll recall that the sum of the main 3 elements added up to exactly 58, and the square of that was 625 with .625 being exactly 5/8, it’s not coincidental that 42 = 100-58.

Now while Phi18 = 5778, in finishing the revealing gematria we find that the product/the sum of those 8 of the 18 digits is:

(1*6*3*4*9*9*6*4)/42=3333

That, of course, leaves us the 10 digits (8+7+7+8+5+7+7+5+8+5) or staring from the end of the list, (5+8+5+7+7+8+5+7+7+8) = 67, the numerical value of Binah, the sefira (dimension) of Understanding.

As you may have noticed there are 670 paragraphs in the Torah, or not coincidentally 10 x 67 (Binah).

And that there are 5845 verses in the Torah, which is 67 more than 5778.

There is even deeper understanding amongst this simple set of digits indelibly encoded into the 5 core and immutable quantitative elements of the Torah, but we’ll leave that for you to discover (and share with all of us) on your own, as the light of discovery burns brightest when you do it on your own, and all these layers of Torah understanding were put there for the sole purpose of allowing us to reveal light into our lives and world.

One other thing the sum of the 5 elements divided by 67 (Binah) = 5843 or 2 less than the number of verses 5845. Obviously they are connected, but why are there 2 missing? I guess G-d has more surprises ahead for us. Help solve the mystery. Someone just asked me why 70 years and not 72 as the Zohar also mentions, and I will answer him more completely after Shabbat, but perhaps part of the answer lies in this mystery.

Shabbat Shalom

Ezra

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