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Does G-d do anything meaninglessly? If we wanted to get into a whole other discussion, we could and would argue that nothing in our lives is meaningless, especially not in these days. Nonetheless, the article is about something bigger, much bigger.
redsea2aAs previously advised, the Israelite exile in Egypt lasted 210 years from 2238 HC to 2448 when the Endless Sea was crossed and the 10 Commandments (Utterances) where given at Mt Sinai. These 210 years correspond to the 210 levels of Joseph’s Pyramid and alternatively, to the 210 mir (secret or ancient) cubits of 27.5 inches each that the Pyramid is in height.
From that moment in time (2448 HC) to the construction of the First Holy Temple in 2928 HC there pyramidwere 480 years, which is equivalent to that same height of the pyramid measured in feet. Those self-same 210 cubits equal 5775 inches, and this year in the Hebrew calendar, 5775 HC is the year 2015 CE in the Western one, 3 years before the prophetic date for Moshiach consciousness in the world and geula (final redemption).
The ancient cubit is derived from the expanded four aspects of the ineffable Name of G-d (יהוה). The base of the pyramid in feet (756.25) is, as it turns out, precisely the square of the measure of this cubit in inches, or 27.52. Using this secret (ancient) cubit measurements for the height and the base we get 210 + 330 = 540 plus 1 for the kolel = 541, the gematria of the name Israel.
Also there were, as is well known, 12 tribes of Israel and 12 x 27.5 = 330. And of course, there are 12 inches in a foot. Now the difference in the base of the pyramid and its height in inches is once again precisely 3300 inches, or 120 cubits, and Moses, who was somewhat instrumental in the Exodus from Egypt and leading the Israelites to the Promised Land, lived 120 years.
torah scrollAnd as we wrote about in “The Real 5 Books of the Torah: Dimensions Beyond.,”120 years is the length of our generations, those from Moses on, for as the Torah says in Genesis 6:3 “God said, ‘My spirit will not continue to judge man forever, since he is nothing but flesh. His days shall be 120‘.” And since there were 26 generations delineated in the Torah from Adam until Moses, with an average of 91 years each and since according to chazal, Moses lives on (reincarnates) every generation, he would live another 120 years 27.5 times. This gives us an average of approximately 107 years over 54 generations–analogous to the 54 portions of the Torah–to 5778, since 5778 = 54 x 107, all the more remarkable since the sum of the integers from 1 to 107 is 5778.
There’s no question as to connection between Joseph’s Pyramid and Biblical dates, the Name of G-d and as you can read in our prior articles, the terms H’Mashiach (the Messiah) and Moshiach Ben David, but the question is WHY?
Could it have to do with the manifestation of the Future Holy Temple within the next 3 years, 3330 years after the Exodus? Did G-d want to set this all in stone for us as well as in paper (the Torah). And why are we just deciphering all this now?
The answer to the last question is pretty important, yet self-explanatory: Knowing the dates for G-d Calendar and the final redemption would have been counter-productive in any other generation. Only we (as a society) have the technology to grasp it and the urgency to do something about it.
By the way for those that like numbers, as G-d seems to, the logarithm for 600,000, as in the 600,000 Israelites, who were at Mt Sinai 3330 years ago, is 5.778.  Also, there is one more pyramid equation who my friend Zechariah will appreciation: If we add all the 3 different measures of the bases of the Pyramid (330 + 756.25 + 9075 ) and all those of the height (210 + 481.25 + 5775) plus 42 for the 42-Letter Name of G-d that unlocks all things and all mysteries in the universe, we get 16,670, or 3330 shy of 20,000.  The spelled out number twenty (20) has the numerical value of Keter, the highest and crowning dimension of G-d, which is why it’s used as such repeatedly in the Torah.
Kol Tuv