The Beginning and the End


Like the Tree-of-Life, the Torah is never-ending. It’s one giant Name of G-d, holographically comprised of thousands of other Names. Today we will explore the first and the last of those component Names, which are very different and yet essentially the same. The implications of these two Names are extraordinarily profound yet they’ve been bound together from the very beginning.
But first, I want to let everyone how difficult it’s been to restrict from posting articles to this blog these many weeks. As you know there is never a shortage of wonders to reveal when it comes to the Torah and the Tree-of-Life but we began to explore the Future Holy Temple and I wanted to be able to take you deeper than a cursory understanding of Chaim Luzzatto work and Ezekiel’s prophecy.  As such we will finish up with the linkages between Joseph’s Pyramid in Egypt and the Holy Temple and then begin a series of articles that will create a whole to level of understanding for us all, an understanding that will be necessary for the formation of the Future Holy Temple in Jerusalem. We will explain how the structure of  the Future Holy Temple transcends the nature of the thermodynamic system, the skeletal frame of the human body, and the 10 dimensional hypercube; in other words, we will begin exploring the Tree-of-Life from within.
For today, let us consider that the Torah is circular and never ending, just as we read it every year, reading the first chapter as we finish the last, the  first verse with the last. So let’s connect that last and first verses.
There are only two ways to do this that make literal sense. 1) Take the last two words of the Torah, kol Israel (CL YShREL) and add it to the first 5 words of the Torah (BREShYT BRE ELHYM), making “All Israel in the beginning created G-d (Elohim).” You know all the astonishing coding and mathematics built into the Torah’s first verse, as illustrated in detail in The Genesis Prayer and in numerous articles of ours, but the complete gematria of this phrase linking the first and last verses together, is most telling indeed because with the of kolel of 2 for the two verses it gives us the number 2018, once again alluding to the year Rav Yehuda Helevi Ashlag of blessed memory gave us for Moshiach and the geula (2018 CE, 5778 HC) and also the Hebrew year of the Covenant of Abraham (2018 HC).
Option number 2) Take kol Israel and add it to the Torah’s first 5 words (BREShYT BRE ELHYM ET HShMYM), which maintains the 7 word-28 letter aspect of the Torah’s actual first verse, giving us “All Israel in the beginning created G-d (Elohim), the Heavens.” And the complete numerical value with the kolel of 1 of this linked verse is 2928, the Hebrew calendar year that the First Holy Temple was built. Philosophically, it begs much discussion and understanding.
The numbers here only serve as evidence that there is coded meaning behind the words, a message that ties into the final redemption and the connection between us and the shefa, the divine life-force of Hashem, the connection through the Holy Temple. So let’s examine what literal statements are being made through this Alpha and Omega Name, or more appropriately, the Alef and Tav Name, two letters that form the 4th word of the Torah, and whose complete numerical value (standard plus Ordinal) is 424, that of Mashiach Ben David
Normally, we read, “In the Beginning G-d (Elohim) created Heaven and Earth.” But once a year, as we begin again and renew our connections to the  Light through the Torah, we read “All Israel in the beginning created G-d (Elohim).”
What does that mean?
It implies unity.
All Israel stood together.
When we last stood together united, the Red Sea split, and the Ten Commandments were given and we stood before G-d with the opportunity to achieve the Tree-of-Life reality. 66.6 jubilee years (Biblical 50-year interval) have passed since that moment, which is why the gematria adds up to 2018 CE, the year we’ve been told that we have another opportunity to stand together at a new beginning and to receive the Tree-of-Life consciousness promised to us through Abraham in 2018 HC.
In means all Israel was in the beginning together as one soul. Before the Torah there was the 42-Letter Name and as the Arizal has shown us the 600,000 souls that stood side by side at Sinai divided by the 70 family member of Jacob divided by his 12 sons divide by the 3 Patriarchs = 238.095, the exact atomic weight of Uranium238, and we all know what happens when we split that. But the inverse of 238.095 or 1/.0238095 is 42.
We get weapons grade Uranium238 by purifying natural uranium to 1/10000, which is exactly the Israelite Soul Root/42.
We must stand together. Think of our collective power when we do. Think of our destructive power when we don’t.
G-d Created Everything, then in the end All Israel created G-d. Think about that. Think about that responsibility.
Every year the Torah is read, we either let G-d’s Creation slip away and darken a little further, or come together and brighten it up, creating our own openings for the Tree-of-life. Every year we have a choice.
Both the 5 and 7 word versions of this linked verse begin with the value 50 (CL) and end with the value 50 (YM), both of which always represent the sefira (dimension) of Binah (Undestanding) with its 50 gates.  we can bring them together by uniting ourselves and create 50 + 50 = 100, keter, the highest dimension. Or another way to add them is using gematria sofit for YM as 610+50 (CL) + the 6 words in between = 666 as in the 66.6 jubilee (50-year interval) years between the reception at Sinai in 2448 and 5778.
Feel free to share this as you will, post it on Facebook, or wherever people stand together, include a link to the article at, and this year, let’s begin the process of Creating G-d in our lives.


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