The 4 Questions And Mashiach

I want to start off by saying, I hope you felt the shift last week.

It’s the children, especially the youngest and most innocent and purest amongst us who recite the 4 questions.

The future belongs to the children. Moshiach is here for the children and because of the children.

Why is this night different from all other nights? Because this night Moshiach will come.

We’ve previously alluded to the connection to Moshe (Moses) and Matzah, and we’ve gone in depth into all the wisdom conveyed to Moses in the phrase (Mah Tizach Alai) “Why you crying out to me” now lets bring it together with chametz and Matzah.

On Pesach (Passover) it’s the children who find the Afikoman and get their wishes fulfilled, and it’s the children who recite the 4 questions, which begin with the word Mah (MH) Nishtana….

The gematria value of Adam, man, is 45, the same as the aspect of the Tetragrammaton called M”H (Zeir Anpin), which we refer to as Heaven, the 6 dimensional link between our plain of existence (malchut) and the upper realms.

The gematria of Moshe is 345, and the name itself (MShH), like matza (MZH), includes the M”H. Matza (MZH), which we are commanded to eat on Pesach, has the gematria of 135 or M”H (45) plus 90. This is, of course, 135 = 3 x 45, but it’s also M”H (45) plus 90, which is the gematria value of Mayim (מים), water, one of the two ingredients in Matzah, and also of Melech (מלך), King. And Moses, as every school child knows was thrown in the water (Nile) to begin his journey as king (90) of man (45) on earth. It was on the 7th day of Pesach when it happened, the same day the Red Sea split 80 years later.

So let’s look at the 4 Questions, which begin with MaH. We know from chazal that it is through the understanding of the 42-letter Name (Ana B’koach) that we’ll reach the geula (the final redemption) and thus it’s interesting that just as in the Ana B’koach, in the 4 Questions there are 42 words (representing the 42 letters) and 6 additional words. In the case of the 4 questions, it’s the first line “Why is this night different from all other nights?” And in the case of the Ana B’koach it’s the silent Baruch Shem C‘vod Malchuto L‘olam V‘ed.

This is not only interesting but important because each of the 4 questions starts with the 4 letter word Shebecol (ShBCL) meaning “all other” and as per our last article, this word carries the kamatz hagadol, representing the sefira (dimension) of keter (crown), beneath the caf (C), which itself represents keter, the highest dimension. The kamatz hagadol is comprised of a horizontal letter vav (V) of numerical value 6 and a dot beneath it of numerical value 10.

And when we add the Vav (V) of the kamatz hagadol to the 4 letter word Shebecol (ShBCL) we get a gematria value of 358, that of Moshiach, thus each of the 4 questions begins with the answer to “why is this night different from all other nights:” Mashiach.

Now, the word Shebecol (ShBCL) with the Vav (V) of the kamatz hagadol and the Mem (M) formed by the 4 vavs of the 4 kamatz hagadol (or alternatively the value 40 of the 4 dots of the same 4 kamatz hagadols) is also an acronym for Baruch Shem Cavod Malchuto L‘Olam V‘Ed.

This is the verse we whisper after reciting the Schema and the Ana B’koach and that Jacob recited to his sons when he was blessing them and explaining about the geula. The Midrash also says it’s a verse Moses took from the angels “Blessed is G-d whose glorious sovereignty is forever and ever,” and elsewhere that this verse was recited instead of the word Amen in the Holy Temple. It is certainly said aloud by all of us on Yom Kippur and in response to the High Priest’s pronunciation of the Holy Name (42-letter Name) in the Holy of Holys on Yom Kippur in the days of the Holy Temple.

Why 4 Questions and 4 shebecols and 4 Kamatz Hagadol? It’s an obvious connection to the 4 letters and phases in the Tetragrammaton (YHVH) of numerical value 26 and even more obvious when we consider that the question Mah Nishtanah… (why is this night different from all other nights?) has 26 letters.

As for the 4 questions themselves, the numbers of letters in them (40, 42, 50, and 54) correspond to the number of chapters in Exodus (40); Genesis (50); the 42 Letters (and the 42 journeys from Exodus to the Promised Land); and number of portions in the Torah (54), while the total plus the kolel of 1 (40, 42, 50, 54 and 1) = 187, the total number of chapters in the Torah.

And while this puts the entire Torah in the mouths of the children, if we add the 186 letters plus the 26 letters, we get 212, the value of H’or (“the light”) and if we then add the 42 words we get 228, the value of baruch (blessed) and V’ydaber (says) as in G-d says to Moses. But most significant of all is when we add the 4 of the 4 questions and get 232, the full sum of the 4 aspects of the Tetragrammaton (Av, Sag, Mah, Ban).

And thus we see by this simple act of saying 4 innocent questions, the youngest at out seder tables are reciting the full Name of G-d, the 42 letter Name of G-d, and connecting to all the chapters and portions of the Torah.

When the children speak Mashiach comes.

Even the details of the questions hold answers. the gematria value of chametz and matzah (ChMZ V’MZH) in the first question is 1089, the same as the first 9 words (32 letters) of the 13 attributes, which correspond to the 9th sefira (Chochma/wisdom) and the 32-gates of wisdom. And as R’ Chaim Vital of blessed memory explains, all light of the Torah is spread through squaring and thus there is hidden wisdom and light in 1089 or 332, and we find it in the gematria sofit of those 9 words, 3339 or 57.782 as in 5778 HC, 9 years from this revelation.

(By the way, since both the standard gematria and the gematria sofit of these 9 words are wholly divisible by 9, it’s also noteworthy that the sum of ordinal value of these 9 words is also 288 or 32 x 9; and that the sum of the small gematria of the 9 words is also wholly divisible by 9, (8666 x 9); and likewise that the sum if the first letters of the 9 words is 243, or 27 x 9.)

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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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What We Need is a Leader!

We need a leader. What does a leader do?

Provide direction. What direction are we going now? Anyone know?

That’s why we need a leader.

There have been several great Patriarchs and numerous great tzaddikim (righteous souls) but only 3 leaders in Biblical history that the kabbalists have connected to the Messiah and the final redemption: Yosef (Joseph), Moshe (Moses) and King David.

The front pages of todays papers show Israeli soldiers dragging Israelis from their homes. Three days after 173 people were killed in MumBai and devout Jews were massacred in their home. Is this direction? What message is being sent to the world? To the spiritual world?

Can anyone think that giving up the entrance to the Cave and the Home of the Patriarchs (Machpelah) will bring peace to Israel, to the world. What spiritual message is that sending?

Can anyone think that giving most of Israel to the Palestine’s will solve the problems of the disgruntled masses throughout Arabia or their monarchies who need scapegoats? What about Iran; do they really care if Palestine is a state?

Can anyone think that giving away Israeli land and homes will bring peace to Israel, the world? How egocentric is that thought? It’s saying that all the world’s problems and anger are based on whether you possess a plot of land or not. Do you really think there would be peace in the world, in the mid-east, if Israel gave away everything and ceased to exist? Of course not. People fight all over the world over every little thing whether there are Jews present or not. And they fought fierce devastating battles all over the world for the 5708 Biblical years before Israel had any land at all. Giving up the land is NOT the answer.

Peace will never come from giving up land. It will come from giving up ego.

Peace will never come from Jews fighting (arguing with) Jews. It will come from unity.

Why is peace so hard to come by? Because it is so hard to forgo our egos and unify.

We all have our opinions, but until we all realize that they are irrelevant. If you’re angry right now with that statement, that is ego, and that is exactly what we all need to cut out of ourselves. Because that means that we value our individual opinions more than peace, more than Mashiach (Messiah) consciousness.

That’s why we need a leader. We need someone to rally around and whose opinions we follow without trying to bring him down by opposing him with our own.

That Israel was granted statehood and land in 1948 CE, 70 years before the prophesied date of the Mashiach and the Geula, the final redemption in 2018 (5778) was no fluke. It was divinely arranged. As can be read and should be read in The Divine Calendar, Abraham was born in 1948 HC and G-d made his Covenant with Abraham in 2018 HC, and the midpoint of King David’s 70 year life was in 2889 HC, the midpoint from Adam to Messiah in 5778.

We, our generation, have been given the right (not a foregone conclusion) to enter Zion. Moses prayer 515 times, every hour from Rosh Hashannah to Hoshanna Rabba for that right. G-d asked him to stop because on the 516th time his wish would have been granted. But that wasn’t the timing G-d wanted. 66.6 jubilee years ago in 2448 HC, we proved we weren’t ready during Moses 40 day absence. What does that say about our ability to succeed without a leader. He was gone for only 40 days.

Here is a secret about Rosh Hashannah and also about that absence and what was missing:

Rosh Hashannh (RESh HShNH), the head of the year (you can see the blog on the letters and cosmos as to why it is the head of the year) can be split up into (REShH ShNH), making the numerical value 506 and the second word as Shanah, year. The value 506 is synonymous with Ahavatchinam, “Unconditional Love” and is not only the value of the first line of the 42-Letter Name (Ana B’koach), but a value repeated 3 times in it’s last 7 letters. The hidden measure is Rosh Hashannh is the moment in the cosmic calendar that we can tap into “Unconditional Love.” The other message for those that want to know, is that that cosmic energy is available to us whenever we do the the Ana B’koach with the conviction we bring to Rosh Hashannah. Incidentally, most kabbalists agree that the 42-Letter Name was what the high priest recited in the Holy of Holies.

Now, the other secret here is in the 40 days. In order for the Messiah to be present, the comsos must be properly aligned, which mean all 3 primordial letters (energy archetypes) must be present, and as per the Sefer Yetzirah, Abraham’s Book of Formation, these are the 3 Mothers: Alef, Mem, Shin (EMSh). In the year 2448, on Rosh Hashannah, RESh HShNH, the Alef (E) and Shin (Sh), only the Mem was missing. Moshe himself, embodied and carried the spiritual energy of the primordial letter Mem, spelled (MM), and mem has the numerical value of 40, so if the Israelites had waited 40 days, and Moshe would have appeared as scheduled the Mem would have been complete and the 3 Mothers (EMSh) would have been cosmically aligned. The first Mem would have gone to Rosh REShM, making a numerical value of 541, Israel, and incidentally that would have lined up the 7 Doubles (BGDCPRT) as well, but that’s for another blog).

And the second Mem would have gone to HShNH, making MHNSh or (MHSh N), or (HShM, N), or (MShH,N). The secrets here are multiple, as the numerical value of these 4 letters is 395, that of H’Shama’im, (Heaven) and the letters MShH spell Moshe (Moses), and permute into Hashem (HShM) and also the 5th of the 72 Names (triplets), the one for healing, MHSh. Moreover, the letter Nun (N) has the numerical value of 50, representing the 50 Gates of Binah (understanding) that the we will reach when Mashiach arrives and that Moses was at and only 1 hour short on that 50th day from the 1st of Elul (Rosh Chodesh Elul) to Hoshannah Rabba. And if you recall, it was on the 1st of Elul that Moses ascended for the 2nd set of Tablets. And one more secret embedded here is that the 3 non-primordial letters spell H’NR, “The Candle.” It was the Light in the darkness that we missed then. All it took that time was one more candle.

In another vein, the kabbalistic secret is that the numerical values for Yosef (Joseph), Moshe (Moses) and David add up to 156 + 345 + 14 = 515. It will take 1 more leader to reach 516.

Another kabbalah secret, or Bible code is you will, is that the final letters of Torah phrases point to the future, and we must add 1 more to the final letters of Yosef (Joseph), Moshe (Moses) and David (PHD) to get the value of King (Melech), of numerical value 90. In the same way, if we replace David with the appellation King David, it still takes exactly 1 more to get 611, the numerical value of Torah.

Anyway you look at it we need 1 more, an alef, the leader to get where we want to go. The alef stands for Adam (EDM), in the Adam-David-Mashiach, but we’re not expecting Adam to come back; rather, we’re expected to reunite back as one soul as we were in Adam. One (1) stands for one (1) soul united. And we can’t unite unless we have one (1) leader to get behind. And that leader won’t appear unless we set aside our egos, personal agendas and desires and make a space (makom) for the Messiah (H’Mashiach) to enter.

Collectively the 3 leaders lived exactly 300 years, 6 jubilee years, which means we’ve been more or less direction-less for 5478 years, and 3330 since the giving of the Torah. Patriarchs, Prophets, Rabbis, and even some important Kings have filled in many of the gaps, and Torah has sustained us throughout, but now, more than ever, we a leader for the final push to the end of darkness, which incidentally has the numerical value of 333.

300 is the gematria for various Names of G-d (YHVH, Elohim, etc) in multiple way but we don’t need proof of Yosef’s, Moshe’s or David’s divine empowerment; what we need is a leader for the next 9 years, a period that promises to be full of turmoil and darkness. We don’t have a lot of time. Let’s all make the effort to make the space for the Messiah.

The final letters of Adam-David-Mashiach (MDCh) sum to, alternatively, 52, signifying Malchut, our world, physicality, and 612, using sofit/final letter gematria), which is the numerical value of Brit, Covenant. The Covenant is meant to be fulfilled. And we know when. Who it gets fulfilled for depends on our actions in the physical world, not how much we pray. It can be for everyone, but only if we’re united. To unite, we must individually make the choice and vow that this is what we really want. Then we must set our egos aside and let the Messiah in.

If we continue thinking only about ourselves, we will get want we desire, total chaos, darkness.

When you add light (Or) to darkness, you get 207 + 333 = 540. Add 1and you get 541, Israel

But add “the Light” (H’Or) to darkness, and you get 212 + 333 = 545. Add 1and you get 546, the Tree-of-Life.

Once we decide that that is what we really want we will get it. We will get our leader.

Make space in your hearts, yes, but even more important, make space in your lives for the One (1).

And once we give up the ego and the personal agendas, they won’t want the land. The entire world listened to Joseph. Four times as many people from other nations followed Moses than there were Israelites with him. And because of David we had the Holy Temple, and as the Zohar describes, him , David was Rosh Goyim, head of all the nations.  They wont desire the land anymore; they will desire the Light, the Messiah.

B”H we find the strength within us to make room for H’Mashiach.