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.




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8 thoughts on “Choose NOW the Way You Should Go!”

  1. May I ask the author-Ezra- if he lives in the Land of Israel ?
    If not, and he wants “to chose the way he should go” as he preaches, then he should make immediate provisions to ascend NOW to Israel to to be saved.

  2. Ezra you are compelling us to choose wisely but have not given the choices to choose. Please reveal.

    thank you.

  3. Choose unconditional love–the way of the world to come. Or the desire for the self-alone –the path toward the abyss. There is no longer a middle path, the horizon is breaking apart.

  4. To love in Hebrew is (ahabah) a ha va which means
    “to give from self” all . (“to give from self” all of God in you !)

    That is Love . . .God’S love in us.
    Love your neighbor with this Love, A Godly LOVE, an all fulfilling Love.

    This word “love” in the Hebrew O.T. (the word “ahabah”) describes God’s GREAT intense love (SO COMPELING,EXTREME, THE HIGHEST DEGREE, ALL ENCOMPASSING ALL FULFILLING OVERWHELMING. Lovesick . . .LOVE).
    It is only found 40 times in the O.T. (Interesting number of uses because in Hebrew 40 is significant of TESHUVAH which is. . .seeking the fullness of God , seeking God’s very heart), and each time it is used, it expresses a love that is mighty, i.e. Jeremiah 31:3 “Yea, I have loved (noun) ahab thee with an everlasting love ahabah (verb).”

    A ha vah is in relation to YUD HE VAV HE . . . GOD IN THE LOVE . . . GOD IS THE LOVE. The True Love in us.

    ahab: love (noun) means “the closes of lovers” AHABAH(verb) : OVERWHELMING PERFECTLY BEING LOVED (VERB) THE ACTUAL POWER OF TRUE LOVE. . . The beating heart throb. . .The deepest affection and deepest love. Jeremiah 2:2; 9:24; 16:5; 31:3; 32:18,38-42

    The greatest love by us, God says is to “wait” on the Lord. The word “Qavah” in Hebrew – is to wait . . .to bind together with Cords of Love entwining us WITH God.

    To “wait” as A lover of God/God loving us.
    Letting God’s LOVE, love us. . . is to let God flow through us . . . Then we can truly LOVE everyone else.

    God is the vine we are the branch. He flows through us with all that He is. AHABAH Love. Our very Life Blood, The Breath of Life (BREAD OF LIFE).

    Sin is a(noun) ‘not a verb’, it is a state of being and a condition – in Hebrew sin means without awareness of self, …..unaware (not mindful) who you really are…that is sin.

    Sin is not doing bad, as the world has determined to consider sin. Forgetting who you are is what God considers sin. (and NOT knowing who you are. . . causes you to do bad. . .of course you have excuses. . .my flesh did it. . .the devil made me do it!!!

    Do you not know you are God’s ?. . .you are holy !

    The Hebrew word kadosh, which in its various forms is translated holy, consecrated, sanctified.

    To be free from sin is to know, to really know you are God’s very own. Cherished and beloved. Perfect!
    God sees you as His precious life, all of Him. . .His most valuable treasure…that He gave birth to you. . .breathed life into you. You are just a thought of God. . .
    A WONDERFUL THOUGHT. . .one that was to be with Him forever!!!!!

    He will continue to breathe life into you (forever). He wants YOU to be the closest and to have the greatest intimacy and greatest LOVE with HIM! AHABAH

    So can’t you see, when you see. . . you have, when you have . . .when you have GOD’S LOVE.

    Don’t you see, you must see God, and know you are God’s ?

    By knowing this. . that you are His. . . then SIN doesn’t exist or HAVE ANYTHING to do WITH YOU. . . or YOU with it?!!!!
    Because you are God’s !. . . God says you are holy His very own!

    Therefore(repent) in Hebrew means: to change mind, to change your mind . . .be mindful of yourself. . .to turn back to God. . .to let God reveal all of Himself to you… to flow in you. . . so you know who you are. . .you are God’s very own! . . .you are holy !

    (with God there is no sin. . .only the completeness of God). So be in God. . .in God’s LOVE.


    Therefore(repent) in Hebrew means: to change mind, to change your mind with the Mind Of TESHUVAH . . .be mindful of Him. . .to turn back to God. . .to be filled with all of His Love. . .to let God reveal all of Himself to you… to flow in you. . . so you know who you are. . .you are God’s very own!

    May the Lord Bless you and Keep you and be Gracious to you.
    May the Lord lift up His countenance upon you . . .and give you His SHALOAM.

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