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The numerical value of Mashiach Ben David is 424 and the ordinal value of the letters in Mashiach Ben David (MShYCh BN DVD) is 82 therefore the complete numerical value for Mashiach Ben David is 506, which is not only the numerical value of Ahavatchinam (unconditional love) but is the numerical value of the first line of the the 42-Letter Name (the Ana B’koach) which we know from chazal bring us miracles and is directly associated with bringing about the geula (the final redemption).
The value 506 is also found in 3 sequential groupings amongst the last 7 letters (KShKVZYT. KShKVZYT.KShKVZYT) of the 42.
And 506 is also the exact number of Torah occurrences if the 14 sets of triplets within the 42-Letter Name.
Moreover, while there are 426 phrases in the Torah that have a numerical value of 506, there are 387 of the them within individual verses. And while 426 is close enough to 424 to draw a connection, 387 is the exact numerical value of the 3rd line (NGD YCSh) of the 42-Letter Name.  And the location of the first phrase to total 506 is  Genesis 3:14, :YhVH Elohim El H”NChSh” which because the final word has the same numerical value as H’Mashiach, the phrase can read, “The Lord G-d [said] to the Messiah.”
The number 314, the mathematical constant Pi is integral to the design of both the Torah’s first verse and independently the 42-letter name. One example is found when we divide the number 9 by the small gematria of first line of the Ana B’koach (ABGYTZ), which has a value of 506 in regular gematria, since 9/.123049 = 73.141593, extraordinarily close to Pi 3.14159265358.
And while this is amazing, we further connect the dots with the 3rd verse of the Ana B’koach (NGD YCSh) that permutes to (ShDY CNG), which is Shaddai (314) and 73, the value of Chochma (wisdom) the 9th sefira (dimension) as in 9/.123049 = 73.141593 once again. Shaddai (ShDY) is the Name of G-d found on every Mazuza and it helps protect our gateways, of which the Ana B’koach has 173., corresponding not only to its small gematria but to what the Zohar explains are the 173 keys of Moses.
Now, as we explain in much greater detail in There’s Nothing Random in the Universe, a cursory examination of the first 12 digits of Pi  3.14159265358 reveals 4 obvious sequnces, when broken down into triplets, 314, 159, 265, and 358.  314 is Shadai, placed right in the gateway; 159 is the small gematria value of the upper 42-Letter Name of G0d; 265, is he combination of the Tetragrammaton (YHVH) of value 26, and its pronounceable component, Adonai, of numerical value 65; while 358 is the numerical value of Mashiach. But what makes this sequence even more telling is that the middle two triplets add up to (159+265) = 424, the numerical value of Mashiach Ben David.
But considering that we found the first 506 phrase at verse 3:14, and 506 + 314 = 820, the full value of the verse, Leviticus 19:18 paraphrased as “Love thy neighbor as yourself,” we can see the love with which the Torah, our physical universe based on Pi, and the Ana B’koach were designed and embedded.  Now all we have to do is connect to it.

The Ana B’koach and the Torah cannot be separated, one is integral and integrated within the other and both are designed with the technology to help us bring about the the necessary transformations  to bring Moshiach.  So when the Ana B’koach is recited with the right kavanot (intentions) it is like reciting the entire Torah, and enveloping yourself with unconditional love. To those that know, it is the tree-of-life, and it can impart Mashiach consciousness.

To lean more about this, and to understand all the phenomenon concerning the Ana B’koach you should read The Genesis Prayer, published by St Martins Press.