# Purim, 5778, and Moshiach

In the Midrash Mishlei 9:2 it is said that in the future time [of Moshiach] all the festivals will be annulled except Purim.
They say the Name of G-d (YHVH) has been omitted from the Megilat Esther, but like the Torah whose sum of Yud’s (Y), Vavs(V), and Heys(H) total 90,100, as in the sum of all the positive integers from 1 to 424, the numerical value of Mashiach Ben David, so too do the letter in the Tetragrammaton (YHVH) unite within the Book of Ester.
We know all about the connections of the Torah, the Names of G-d, and the prophecies of the tzaddikim to year 5778 and the coming of Moshiach and the geula (final redemption) and we know all about the connection of the primordial mathematical constant that control spiraling growth in the universe, Phi (1.61803399) to 5778, and that the sum of the letters, verses and words in the Torah is exactly 58 so how astonishing is it the Megilat Ester (The Book of Ester) has the same connecitons.
The sum of the Yud’s (Y), Vavs(V), and Heys(H) in the Megilat Esther is = (1178 + 1277 + 1116) = 3571 = exactly 5778/Phi (1.61803399…). So I guess there really was a reason for concealing the Name of G-d (YHVH) from the corruption of negative influences. Uncorrupted, the Megilat Esther, like the Torah, is imbibed with the technology to bring us together at the right time to bring about Moshiach.
And while the sum of the letters, verses and words in the Torah is exactly 58, the sum of the letters, verses and words in the Megilat Esther is 3.335588, with the numerical value of Mashiach being 358. And this is only the beginning…
That 3571 = exactly 5778/Phi is good because that means that all the YHV’s in the scroll of Esther = Phi17 and 17 is the value of Tov, good, the last word  in the scroll “Charvonah Tzacur L’tov.”
And there is a special place in the 10 chapters of the scroll where the 10 sons of Haman are listed and they are separated by 10 “V’Et’s” (VET) each of value 407, whose square root is 20.17424, the year 2017 CE, coupled with , the numerical value of Mashiach Ben David (424).