When the Wisdom Hits our Hearts.

Last Rosh Hashannah (5769) we pointed out that the Dow sank 777.78 points erev Rosh Hashannah to begin the new year. And the pattern of symmetrical and numerically significant numbers found in the closings of the US financial market—all related to the year 5778—on major Jewish Holidays continued through to Pesach, when the markets stopped plunging and reversed course.  This, as has been explained in previous articles, coincided with the arrival of Mashiach consciousness during the Pesach cleansing process.  Since then there have been no significant numerical alignments with the markets, until this Rosh Hashannah 5770, when the DOW closed down .42% to settle at 9,778.86
So what does this herald? And what relationship can be drawn between 5770, 9778 and 5778?

The 86, as the numerical value of Elohim, and the 42, as in the 42-Letter Name of G-d—both connected to Creation—and also the synergy with 778 are all obvious, but in the year 5770 the 9 in 9778 plays a part too.

Throughout this past year we’ve spoken about the significance of there being 9 years until the final redemption at the end of 5778 in the year 2019, and we’ve explained about the 8 final years until the Brit of Mashiach as advised by the tzaddikim, which is to occur in 5778 (2018), as revealed to us by Rav Yehuda Halevi Ashlag of blessed memory.

But the answer about the 9 lies in the Hebrew spelling of 5770 and in the “generations of Adam.” You see Lemekh was the 9th generation in the lineage of Adam and he lived 777 years. Lemekh (LMC) is a permutation of the word Melech (MLC), the Hebrew word for King, a hint of what is to come after 5777 and the 9th year.

Nevertheless, setting aside the 5, as is customary in spelling out Hebrew years, we have 770 as Tav-Shin-Ayin (TShA) which is spelled the same as the word tesha (TShA) the word for “9” in Hebrew. And when we permute the letters we get ShAT, Hebrew for “right now” The letters (TShA) are also the route letters for teshuva, repentance, or more literally and spiritually, “returning’ to the beginning.

So putting it together we have a message that 9 years from now, we have a returning to the beginning. We also have a juxtaposed message that the repentance (returning) must be done “right now” in order to elevate those that are already connected to the 9th level (sefira/dimension), that of Chochma/wisdom.

Moshiach is here already for those that can see, but for everyone else, the time frame given for King Moshiach is 5777-5778 and the final redemption 9 years from now. Nevertheless, it is “right now” when we must start connecting to the Tree-of-life. When we permute the letters again, we get shata (ShTA), meaning “to be afraid,” which is what we will be if we don’t begin to connect, and it also address our fears of connecting right now.

The fear is about letting go.  The hardest thing to do is to jump blindly, yet this is what is being asked of us.  No matter how bad the situation is we all hold onto what we have for dear life, which is why the 9th gate is wisdom.

The wisdom will reveal that which we cannot see with our eyes.  But we must then bring the wisdom into our hearts if we are to truly accept that there really is another reality out there. And then led by our hearts we can let go.  And we must.

I experienced Rosh Hashanah this year with over 3000 very committed and loving souls and it was wonderful, but when we got to the Amidah, the silent connection when we reach out to G-d by ourselves, something happened to me.  It was at the special prayer, or opportunity, for a spiritual wish that we get to make only a few high times of the year. We have the choice to pick from asking for sustenance, ruach hakodesh (divine inspiration), or righteous children. I knew I was asking for ruach hakodesh, but read through the choices to make sure I wasn’t reciting the wrong one, when it hit me hard that people need all three, why should they be limited.  And I cried. I cried for the people that didn’t have these choices, that had lack in their lives. And I cried and cried and couldn’t stop. The floodgates were open and my heart poured out for them.

That is what is meant by bringing the wisdom into our hearts, I was crying—my soul was crying—because I knew they could have it all; in the Tree-of-Life reality everyone has it all.  We all know this in our souls; now we have to connect to our them.  When we can feel the love for one another that we have for our kids then we will know that we’re connected and that we need no longer fear letting go.

Another permutation of TShA is AShT, ashet, “to grow fat” and this year some will and it will be at the expense of the many that wont. One way or another we’re going to be forced to feel the pain of others.  Because if the Creator wants us to jump, eventually we’ll jump, and hopefully it’ll be of our own free choice and through our hearts, and not because dire circumstances leave us no other choice.

May this be the year we all take the leap and climb onto the tree waiting for us beyond our vision.  Shana Tova

With Love,

Ezra

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The Markets Paused for Shavuot

The financial markets keep aligning with the Jewish holidays.

A couple days prior to Shavuot, we advised everyone to meditate on the last line of the Ana B’koach (the 42-Letter Name) as part of their Shavuot kavanot, and we explained why.

שקו צית

And we and others have pointed out for all of us that the numbers of the various (almost always the Dow) US stock exchanges have significant numerical alignments on the day of or erev (evening before) the holidays beginning with erev Rosh Hashanah 5769 when the Dow fell 777.77 pts.

So is it also a coincidence that the last line of the 42-Letter name has the numerical value of 906 and the S & P closed at 906.13 on erev Shavuot? And, of course, 13 is the gematria of Ahava (love) and 613 is the number of Mitzvot (precepts) in the Torah that we receive on Shavuot.

That was an encouraging sign for me, but I wanted to know if there was anything else, maybe with the Dow that happened on Shavuot. But my newspaper mysteriously wasn’t delivered on Shavuot and my newspaper the day before arrived soaking wet in the rain.  It kept me from being distracted, and after Shabbat I found the soaking wet paper that I’d set aside to dry and also found that the day before Shavuot 5769:

The S & P fell 17.3 pts

The Dow fell 173 pts, closing at 8300.0

The Nasdaq closed at 1731.08

173 is the small gematria value of the 42-Letter Name from which the entire Torah is derived.

The Zohar tells us Moses received 173 keys to Heaven; so we take this as a pretty good sign for us this Shavuot, and we know where our focus needs to be.  The sages have already told us many years ago that it is through the understanding of the 42-Letter Name that the Geula (final redemption) will come.

If the financial markets could pause and make room for the 42-Letter Name, we need to do it as well.  Why these alignments with the stock exchanges? Maybe G-d wants to show us from where our sustenance really derives and maybe it because a billion eyes are on these closing numbers and only a few thousand stayed up all night to receive the Torah and light of Mashiach on Shavuot this year.

If any of this is new to you, you should begin by reading The Genesis Prayer the first book ever that explained the 42-Letter Name and The Divine Calendar, the book that puts the final redemption, coming of Moshiach and end of days in historic and concrete perspective.

In our next article, we’re going to cover what the Zohar has to say about what will happen when Moshiach arrives and the final redemption occurs, and when the Tikunei Zohar specifically says it will occur.

Shavua Tov

Ezra



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Getting Down with the Dow; An Odd Alignment

Why the following coincidences should have occurred this year, is still an open question and only time will reveal G-d’s secrets as they unfold for us. Through countless revelations and as explained in depth in The Divine calendar and There’s Nothing Random about the Universe, the time of the geula, final redemption will be in a few short years starting at 5777.78 and throughout 5778, so it’s not far fetched that with the universe falling into alignment with this swiftly approaching date that the plunging dow would set some benchmarks in accordance.

And so we see that on 9/29/08, on erev Rosh Hashonnah, 5769, on the dawn of the final 9 years the plunged a record 777.78 points. Many of us took that as a sign, as it soon became obvious to the world that all the kings men couldn’t put humpty-dumpty back together again, the world as we knew was irreparable broken and nothing our leaders (political and financial) could do would make it right, no matter how much of our money that they threw or planned to throw into the abyss.

But then on 10/10/08, the day after Yom Kippur, the dow fell to its lowest point of intra-day trading since who knows when at 7773.73.

And on 2/10/09, the day after Tu B’Shvat, the Rosh Hashannah of the trees (connected with the tree-of-life) the dow closed at 7888.88. And we know that the 8‘s must play some significant role as nearly all the biblical and significant historic Jewish calendar dates end in 8, including the latest year of Israeli statehood in 1948 and the year prophesied for the Moshiach, messiah, in 2018.

No one can plan these quirky alignments of numbers, and for all the trading days they only occur rarely, and of late have not occurred on any dates not associated with the Jewish Holidays, which it must be said are all based on cosmic windows and not to commemorate historic events.

So the question of who could arrange for these odd alignments of dates and numbers and why has the same answer.

If man couldn’t have caused this arrangement that leaves only G-d, and if G-d is aligning these dates and the numbers that we think control our fortunes it must be to show us who is really in control. He may have other reasons, of course, and time will reveal these as well, but it’s enough to know that the solution for the darkness that is befalling us is not to be found in the hands of our brethren–the bankers, lawyers, politicians, pundits, financial wizards, and gurus, nor in the reporters and newscasters–it’s found in ourselves and in the understanding of what G-d wants from us.

We can only ask what will Purim, Pesach, Shavuot, and Tish B’Av bring?

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