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The Holy Temple

As a reminder, the value of the Name Israel, 541, is found 625 times in the Torah, matching the square root of the 3 main Torah elements, 625, and the 625.625 inches in 273 feet. Also important is that the Name Israel is found exactly 541 times in the Torah, and that its numerical value is 541, the 100th prime number, analogous to the grid pattern (like a giant tic-tac-toe) of the Temple Mount, which is laid out in a 3 x 3 square matrix of 100 x 100 cubit squares, including the 100 x 100 cubit square of the Temple Building and the 100 x 100 cubit square of the Inner Courtyard at the center of the matrix. As it happens the value 625, is found 9 (3 x 3) times in the Torah.
For anyone that has not been following this series from its inception, you can find the entire work here.
It is also significant that the difference between 625 and 541 is 84, as in the two Names of 42-Letters that are built into the 112 triplets. They actually comprise 28, or exactly 1/4th, of the 112 Triplets and 26% in terms of total numerical value, as in the Tetragrammaton(יהוה) of numerical value 26. We cannot understand the Holy Temple without understanding the 112 Triplets. We cannot ascend without understanding. This is why the realm of Binah (hyperspace) is called Understanding.

The Temple Building

The footprint of the Temple Building is 100 x 100 cubits. The central corridor of that building is a series of adjacent rooms, all 20 cubits wide, starting at the edge of the Inner Courtyard with the 5-cubit deep Vestibule entrance the 11-cubit deep Vestibule, then passing through the 6-cubit deep Sanctuary Gate into the 40-cubit long Sanctuary. From there, we would pass through the 2-cubit deep Gate of 42 into the 20 by 20 cubit Holy of Holies. Behind the Holy of Holies is a wall 6 cubits deep and a 4 x 20-cubit wide cell followed by the 6-cubit deep back wall of the Temple Building. In all, 100 cubits.
Vestibule Entrance: 5 cubits
Vestibule: 11 x 20 cubits
Sanctuary Gate: 6 cubits
Sanctuary: 40 x 20 cubits
Gate of 42: 2 cubits
Holy of Holies: 20 x 20 cubits
Back wall of Holy of Holies: 6 cubits
Main Cell: 4 x 20 cubits
Back wall: 6 cubits
Length: (5 + 11 + 6 + 40 + 2 + 20 + 6 + 4 + 5) = 100 cubits
Width = 20 cubits
All together the measure of the Temple Building is 100 cubits deep, and since the main corridor is 20 cubits wide, that makes it (100 x 20) or 2000 square cubits.

The Tree-of Life

With the two 6-cubit wide side walls of the 20-cubit wide Main Corridor of Light, the total width is (6 + 20 + 6) = 32 cubits, reflective of the 32 Paths of Wisdom of the Tree-of-Life and matching the Central 32 x 32-cubit Altar to which it aligns. The 32 Paths of Wisdom also align with the 10 sefirot and the 22 paths between them.
Within the Tree-of-life, the digits 0 – 9 are associated with the 10 sefirot (1 – 10) and the Hebrew letters 1 – 22 (תא) are the firm Pathways between them. With the digits 0 – 9 and the 22 Hebrew letters (תא) we can create any number and any word of any length and all the relationships between them. It then becomes a matter of efficiency.  The energy behind the letters and the sefirot (dimensions) is what makes these numbers and letters a force of creation and not an observable description.  It is what separates a living spiritual system from a reflection on a dull mirror.  Our physicists admittedly comprehend less than 5% of the “known” universe and deem that the other 95% consists of unknown forms of energy and matter. Of that 5% they still do not have a model that successfully unifies or describes its forces and matter. In fact, there is less they know about it than they actually understand about it.

Meanwhile, the 20 cubits of the Holy of Holies with its 2-cubit thick Gate of 42 makes 22 cubits, analogous to the 22 Hebrew letters and the 22 paths. This mimics in the 22-cubit span of the Vestibule Entrance, Vestibule and Sanctuary gate, the path that must be followed to access the Sanctuary and Holy of Holies.

The Tetragrammaton

Combining adjacent rooms or walls leads to important alignments to the Triplets and to the Holy Names. The Holy of Holies and its rear wall = (20 + 6) = 26 cubits deep, connecting to the YHVH (יהוה). When multiplied by its width including the two protective side walls, we get (26 x 32) = 832, as in the 832 period that the 2 previous Holy Temples stood.

The 42-Letter Name

The 40-cubit long Sanctuary extends 2 additional cubits with the 2-cubit thick Gate of 42, which breaks down to 40 (מ) and 2 (ב) or 42 (מב), an allusion to the 42-Letter Name, the Shem Mem-Bet(מב). Overlapping the two 42-Letter Name allusions, as mentioned above, is the measure that includes the Holy of Holies, its rear wall and the 2 additional cubits of the Gate of 42, making (6 + 20 + 2) = 28, an allusion to the 28 letters of the Torah’s first verse associated with the Hebrew word Koach(כח) for power.  It is also an allusion to in the two Names of 42-Letters that comprise 28, or exactly 1/4th, of the 112 Triplets.

The 72 Triplets

If we add the 4-cubit deep Cell behind the Holy of Holies to the Koach(כח) measure, we get 32 once again, and when we extend the Light emanating from the Ark and the Foundation Stone at the center of the Holy of Holies outward to the edge of the 40 cubit long Sanctuary, we get a total of (32 + 40) = 72, an allusion to the 72 Triplets.

When we add that path of 72 to the rear 6-cubit wall of the Temple Building, we get a measure of (72 + 6) = 78, the value of the Lights from the Triple Tetragrammaton Name (יהוה יהוה יהוה) that the Ramchal advised would descend through there.



Extending that Light outward through the 6-cubit front wall of the Sanctuary gives us (78 + 6) = 84, the value of the union of the Upper and Lower 42 Letter Names that Rav Abraham Brandwein of blessed memory explained to me was necessary for and equal to Pad (פד), Redemption.  If we instead start at the entrance of the Temple Building, walk 42 paces, or the 5 cubits of the Entrance, the 11 of the Vestibule, the 6 of the Sanctuary Wall and the 40 of the Sanctuary with the 2 of the Gate of the Holy of Holies and the 20 cubits of the Holy of Holies itself, we would have retraced the Light (5 + 11 + 6 + 40 + 2 + 20) = 84 cubits once again,
The two measures of 84 cubits overlap one another.  The areas that they have in common total a central 52-cubits, which is two Tetragrammaton (יהוה יהוה) and is also associated with the aspect of the Tetragammaton called Ban or Malchut of Zeir Anpin, the level from which our world feeds: (יוד־הה־וו־הה). Flanking either side of this central zone are the 16 cubits behind the Holy of Holies and the 16 cubits in front of the Sanctuary Gate, like being in the center of the 32-cubit Central Altar.
Those two flanking 16-cubit zones of the Main Corridor, each measure 32 cubits wide with their side walls, meaning each zone covers 512 square cubits and together they measure 1024 cubits, or 210, matching the Central Altar exactly (322) and also matching the 1024 different word values in the Torah.
The highest word value in the Torah is 1500, the lowest possible one is 3. Given that there are 1024 different word values utilized in the Torah, there are 474 possible word values not utilized. The 474 reflects the sefira (dimension) of Da’at, known as Knowledge.  Da’at is the dimension where Binah and Chochma combine.


The actual distance between the two outer 16-cubit zones of the central corridor is 68 cubits, or chaim (חיים), meaning life.  This corridor is where the Shefa (life-force passes first). For similar reasons the distance from the edge of the Central Altar to the edge of the Inner Courtyard is also 68 cubits. It is also why, as Rav Brandwein explained, the numerical value of lulav(לולב) is 68 and why we shake it from our hearts, Lev (לב) of gematria 32, making them once they are connected, (68 + 32) = 100.  This is just one of the myriad ways the sukkah and holiday of sukkot connect with the Holy Temple.
Notice how the word chaim (חיים), meaning life, coincides with the measures of the Holy of Holies. It is best explained in the words of Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzzatto of blessed memory: “…these two Yud’sיים]shone in all their glory and splendor and built the length and breadth of this hall according to their measure, for they spread from the beginning to the end and from the end to the beginning. Thus there are twenty here and twenty there, and the dimensions of this hall are twenty by twenty [20 x 20]. Together they make a closed Mem [ם of numerical value 40, [חיים] which is the measure of the Mikveh [40 seah].” The letter chet(ח) of chaim (חיים) has a value of 8 and is equal to the 2-cubit Gate of 42 and the 6-cubit rear wall of the Holy of Holies.

The 10 Commandments

As the Ramchal alluded to above, the letter Yud (י) of numerical value 10 expands to a spelled out Yud(יוד) of numerical value 20.  Since the width of the Main Corridor is 20 cubits, it could be said that each length cubit of the Corridor is equivalent to Yud (י). It thus follows that the entire passageway length of the Temple Building is 100 Yuds (י) or (100 x 10) = 1000, connecting it to Binah (hyperspace).  Moreover, in the center of that passageway of glory are the Holy of Holies and the Sanctuary and the Gate of 42 between them, with a total length of (20 + 2 + 40) = 62, as in the 62 Yuds (י) in the 620 letters of the 10 Commandments.  The Holy of Holies and the Sanctuary and the Gate of 42 between them are 62-cubits long and each cubit of this central corridor is equivalent to the letter Yud (י) of the YHVH(יהוה) thus aligning the holiest space in the Holy Temple with the holiest passage in the Torah, the 620 letters of the 10 Commandments.

The Cells

Besides the 4 x 20-cubit cell behind the Holy of Holies there are 10 other rooms or cells on each level, 5 on one side, 5 on the other, like the splitting of the sefirot that Abraham told us about in the Sefer Yetzirah, and like the two “Tablets of the Covenant.”
1:3 Ten Sefirot of Nothingness
In the number of ten fingers
five opposite five
with a singular covenant
                precisely in the middle
The singular covenant (יחיד  ברית) Abraham spoke about was a “unifying covenant,” with the word unifying having the numerical value 32, as in the 32 Paths of Wisdom, the Tree-of-Life arrangement of the sefirot, and like the 32 x 32 central zone of Holiness that the cells surround.  The unifying aspect of this covenant is important for because as the sefirot are separated into their individual aspects they must remain unified for the life-forces to flow. The term “singular covenant (יחיד  ברית)” has the ordinal value of (54 + 32) = 86, the same as that of the axis of the Primordial Alef(א) that contains the 14 and the 72 Triplets, and the same as the 32 times the Name Elohim(אלהים), each of numerical value 86, are found in the acts of Creation in Genesis.
The very first stanza in the Sefer Yetzirah begins: “With 32 mystical paths of wisdom…”
It is important to understand what Abraham was trying to teach us about the sefirot and the nature of our universe.  In the Sefer Yetzirah 1:5, He describes a 5-dimensional structure or framework to our universe, where the 10 sefirot (dimensions) are split on opposite ends of 5 interconnected continuums. In mathematical terms, the pathways are expanding in two (2) directions along 5 different axes.  Hence 25 = 32, representing the unifying structure of “singular (יחיד)” of numerical value 32, and representing the 32 Paths.
The sefirot rest on opposite ends of infinite long pathways, that like lines on a large sphere eventually meet up with one another, only this sphere is infinitely large. Thus, the beginning meets up with the end.  One of the lines extents from infinite good to infinite evil and they too meet up, and just as we cannot fathom time separate from our 3-dimensional space, neither can good and evil be separated out.  Infinite good would be the Creator within Keter, and infinite evil would be the opponent within the depths of our world (Malchut). The value of Keter and Malchut together with the kolel is 1118, the same as the first verse of the Shema, which we know as the 15 Triplets. Thus, we can understand why reciting the Shema can help us reset our moral compass and point us toward good, the Creator.
In the acts of Creation the Name Elohim(אלהים), of numerical value 86, is found 32 times. (86 + 32) = 118. When the Primordial Alef(א) is added, we have 1118, beginning and end, the spectrum of good and evil within Creation. The Creator and the opponent.
The Temple building is designed in 3 tiers with a total of 11 cells on each level, or 33 in Total. Including Da’at, the complete Tree-of-Life has 11 sefirot dimensions with Chochma, Binah and Da’at functioning as One to provide Light for our Heaven and Earth. Like the first and last words of the Shema’s first verse, the first and last letters of Chochma, Binah and Da’at add up to 14 + 410) = 424, the numerical value of Moshiach Ben David.
The word Covenant or Brit (ברית) is important as it is an everlasting bond with the Creator, and because its ordinal value of 54 is that of the 54-unit shift we spoke of much earlier in this series The 54-unit shift was a shift in the energy structure of the Alef-bet from the Torah level to the naturally balanced Phi level.  Moreover, when the complete value of the Brit (ברית) is calculated, we see that (54 + 612) = 666, the kabbalistic 2/3 ratio. While the apothem of the Pyramid is notably also 612, the value of Brit (ברית), the full complete value of “the singular covenant (יחיד ברית) is (666 + 64) = 730 = 10 x 73 (חכמה), Chochma (Wisdom).  As the Arizal points out 730 is 2 years (365 x 2).

“My spirit shall not strive with man forever”

In Genesis 6:3 it states, “And the LORD said: ‘My spirit shall not strive with man forever, for he also is flesh; therefore shall his days be a hundred and twenty years’.” As the Zohar points out the word forever, La’olam (לעלם) is spelled here without the customary Vav(ו), leaving it with a numerical value of 730, or 2 years. The Zohar explains that the Vav(ו) is Zeir Anpin and without that channel the spirit of life cannot flow into this world. “For he is also flesh” refers to the primeval serpent, a personification of the Opponent.  Rabbi Shimon said, “[that serpent] is the angel of death. The words, ‘His days will be 120 years means the gift of an attached tower.”
Rabbi Shimon understand more than we ever will, and he chose to connect the tower here to the end of mankind, a period of 2 years and the 120 years. In the very next paragraph, the Zohar connects all of this to the Nefilim and it goes on to explain that “they exist to this day, teaching sorcery to people.” We previously tied those Nefilim to the Pyramid tower.


In the first part of this section we mentioned that certain words and key names in the Torah are doubled, repeated consecutively, like a zipper connecting two halves of the Torah, or the rungs on a ladder. In the parsha of Noach, the second in the Torah, there are more of those doubled words than in any other, 11 in total, beginning with Noach Noach (נח  נח) in its first verse.  As most school children know, Noach, the 10th person in the lineage of Adam, saved the animals in pairs, 2 by 2. In a great sense, he saved their and our DNA.  So, it is curious that our DNA is also arranged as a ladder with its rungs consisting of pairs, and like the Tree-of-Life there are 10 nitrogenous base pairs in each full turn of our DNA helix.  This is no coincidence, but it is also too subtle for the Torah to be teaching us something.  After all, we would have to already know about the make-up of our DNA to get the reference.  Still, the technology embedded in those 91 laddered words may indeed hold some consequences for our DNA, and perhaps those 91 pairs twist 9 times, or once every 10 pairs like our DNA.  The technology may even be profound, as we know the numerical value of the 4 base pairs add up to 424, Moshiach Ben David, and there are 90,100 occurrences in the Torah of the Yuds (י), Heis (ה) and Vavs (ו) components of the Tetragrammaton (יהוה), or the sum of all the integers from 1 – 424.  Moreover, there is an admonition for obvious reasons not to change even one letter in the Torah; perhaps, we should apply that to our DNA structure as well.
By the way, the 4 DNA base pairs are matched 2 x 2 with adenine paired only with thymine and cytosine only with guanine in order that the each have 3 organic rings in their composition and thus spiral along a balanced axis. The complete gematria value of the (adenine – thymine) pair is 424 and that of the (cytosine – guanine) pair is 37.
That twisting ladder of 91 in 10 levels would make a beautiful tower, and all the elements of the Torah divided into 9 twists gives us 4410 elements per twist, with as we know 441 being the numerical value of Emet, Truth and 44,100 being the exact volume of the Tower of Truth. For absolute perfectionists there are 4409.593 elements per twist, but we cannot have partial elements so when we round to 4410, we are adding 37 for the .1 (mod 9 remainder) twist, representing the first verse of the Torah.
Another appellation the Zohar gives for the world of elevation or World-to-Come is the World of Truth, so the equivalent height (44,100) of the Tower to metaphorically reach that world is no coincidence, nor is the other appellation of the Torah, Truth (441).
As it turns out, the 7th and 9th doubled words in the Torah within the portion of Noach are Shnaim Shnaim (שנים שנים), meaning 2 x 2, and their gematria milieu sofit value is 1776 both times. Is this a reference to the two parallel word events that would happen in 1776 in the two entwined parallel Divine calendars, one of which took place in the portion of Noach, 120 years after the Flood? And yes, (7 + 9) = 16, as in 1776 = 16 x 111 or Alef(א), etc. Also, the most numerous doubled word (איש איש) is doubled 16 times in the Torah.

The 33 Cells

There are 33 cells in total surrounding the Holy of Holies and they correspond to the select 33 Triplets. The first 33 letters of the Torah, which total 3003 and comprise the first 8 words of the Torah. This is equivalent to the sum of the integers from 1 -77. These 33 letters comprise 11 of the 112 Triplets.
Then there are the 14 Triplets of the 42-Letter Name.
Then completing the remaining 22 of the 33 Triplets, are the first 8 Triplets of the 72 Triplets, which is just the first row of their 9 row, 8 column matrix. These first 8, or 1/9th of the 72 Triplets, separate themselves from the rest in that those 64 Triplets total exactly 8000, and these 8 total 1143, which is also the average of 9 columns.
The Total value of the 11 Triplets and the 8 Triplets is (3003 + 1143) = 3146, very similar to 3142, the sum of the two Names Ehyeh (אהיה) and the Tetragrammaton (יהוה), each expanded by three (3) iterations (levels) as previously illustrated.
The 3 tiers of 11 triplets form a new matrix of 3 tiers of 33 letters per tier.  Each letter in each tier is a coordinate in a 3 x 11 matrix, taken together they form a 9 x 11 matrix.


For years and especially throughout this series, we have been highlighting specific matrices derived from the Torah. The 1900-year-old Zohar and many much older Kabbalistic tests also speak of these Names and Triplets in terms of specifically designed matrices. We have repeatedly illustrated how the Torah is conveying advanced information to us and we have seen so much of that information embedded in the design of those matrices. Nevertheless, there is so much more.  Mathematicians use matrices to decipher and analyze complex data and networks.  Matrices are also used to both analyze and manipulate digitized images in both two and three dimensions.  Whether this world is an artificial simulation within another simulation, or a divine simulation within the consciousness of the Creator, or both, it is at some level comprised of digitized pixels.  Even if physicality was real, our consciousness perceives it through the digitalized information provided to it by our eyes.
We have gone to great lengths to highlight the connections between the dimensions of the Future Holy Temple and the 32 Paths of Wisdom that comprise the Tree-of-Life that was central to (in the center of) the Garden of Eden. Those 32 Pathways form a specific network.  What is the best way to analyze a network?
Why are the measurements of the Holy Temple given in cubits, always whole cubits, not half or quarter or 1/6 cubits? Using whole number cubits means that the dimensions of Holy Temple allow for the formation of specifically defines matrices such as the one formed by the Central Altar of 32 x 32.
It gets complicated from here, but just so you understand, matrices can be added, multiplied and divided amongst themselves and by vectors. This type of processing is key to the E8 lattice.  This processing also releases infinitely more information from the powerful matrices already known in the Torah and tied into the 4 Essential Elements of Creation. A little information can lead to great technological advances. An infinite amount of information can lead to enlightenment.
If you recall, in Part XIV in the section titled Circles, Dimensions, and One, we discussed specific coordinates on circles and spheres of radius 1. Those specific coordinates define specific vectors. So, we have specific given vectors and specific given matrices, like the 6 x 7 one, the 8 x 9 one and others. Since the 4 Essential elements are defined in Triplets, even the first 33 letters of the Torah form a (3 x 11) matrix, and the 6 x 7 letter matrix of the 42-Letter Name is also a 7 x 2 matrix of Triplets.  And because of the Triplet nature of the 4 Elements their matrices can be 3-dimensional as well, with the 72 Triplets also being a 8 x 9 x 3 matrix and the 42-Letter Name being a (2 x 7 x 3) matrix. You have more information than you know.

The Inner Courtyard and the Universe

We previously illustrated how the Central Altar, the Inner Courtyard and the Outer Courtyard are aligned with the 3 temperature scales we use to measure our universe. The Celsius scale is one part of the 7 base unit measures and the 22 derived unit measures of the metric system. The metric system, while not employed in the Holy Temple is based on a 10 – 100 – 1000, or power of 10, scale and thus aligns with our sefirot (dimensions) from Malchut to Binah.  This was not the intention when it was first proposed in 1670, but since inspiration comes from our consciousness’ connection to the Binah hyperspace, no matter what it is, the Creator calls the shots.
If there is any lingering doubt, please consider that the meter was based on 1/10 millionth the distance of the North pole to the Equator through a meridian that passes through Paris, yet the conversion of the meter to foot is .304805 and there are 304,805 letters in the Torah. Still question whether the Creator has a hand in everything?
On the flip side, there are 3.208 feet per meter, aligning it with both the 32.0833 feet of the Capstone’s bases, built thousands of years before the inspiration of the meter.  There are also 140 cubits from the center of the Holy of Holies to the center of the Central Altar, which is also 320.833 feet. This measurement was transmitted to us by the Ramchal 50 years before the metric system was first adopted. Thus, the capstone’s base is 10 meters across and the distance from the center of the Holy of Holies to the center of the Central Altar is 100 meters.
The Inner Courtyard measures 100 cubits across, no need to convert it to feet, inches, or even meters. And as we have emphasized repeatedly, the Central Altar at its core is 32 cubits square, meaning the rest of the distance between the boundary of the Inner Courtyard and the Central Altar is 68 cubits in each direction.  Since the design of the Holy Temple is such that the Light of the world emanates from the Holy of Holy, also 32 cubits square, and spreads out from the Central Altar outward, it is oddly pre-ordained that scientists have determined that 68% of our universe is dark energy and 32% is matter. Moreover, of that 32%, they’ve determined that 27% is dark matter, leaving 5% for observable matter. It must be said, though, they have no idea what either dark energy or dark matter could be.

Book of Life and Akashic Records

The first stanza of the Sefer Yetzirah continues:
…And He created His universe
with three books
with text
with number
and with communication
All four(4) words for book, text, number and communication are essential the same: sephar, sepher, sepher and sippur(ספר), so they are all aspects of the same concept. “The Book(הספר)” has the same gematria as Moses(משה) and “The Books (הספרים)” has the same gematria as The Heavens (השמים), the Torah’s 5th word.” No surprise, as the Torah is known as “The 5 Books of Moses.” Why did the Creator make this connection or allusion to Books?
We are speaking about higher dimensions, where everything (all the information) in our world is centralized in a single place. It is not condensed there the way an encyclopedia condenses all the info of a library into a single set of volumes, and it is not stored and processed the way all the info from all the computers, smart phones, smart devices, personal assistant devices and the cloud are stored on a bank of servers. It interactively emanates from there and records the interaction of the returning light (Ohr Choser).  Anyone whose consciousness manages to elevate high enough might view this central source as a book, or at least that may be how we can best perceive it.  Since our consciousness only elevates one level, a book may be the best interface or avatar for what is really going on.

Text, Number, and Communication

Our consciousness would be operating in 5th dimensional hyperspace called Binah. Thus the divine simulation, or virtual phasing, of our physical universe would be condensed into a single emanating and readable source, and our countless lives within that divine simulation would be searchable volumes (Books of Life) within that source, but that level (dimension) of Binah would just be the divine simulation (emanation) of an even higher level.  And there are levels within levels.  At the level of Binah, those interfaced books are what is known to some of the consciousnesses that have elevated and returned with wisdom as the Akashic records.
Text, number, and communication: data streams. Text is numbers, and numbers and text are communication. They are all three(3) one and the same, yet very different aspects of the same energy or Light force.  With a tiny spectrum of visible light, we view our entire physical universe—at least those colors that we can perceive. With a much broader array of electro-magnetic energy we broadcast our propaganda, power our world, run our atoms and our universe. Yet this too is only a small insignificant part of what real energy is, the energy that infuses and sustains the dimensions. It too is a broad, even vast, spectrum.  The Kabbalists called it Light.

That inter-dimensional energy or Light enters our world through a single point, much as the energy that enters your computer enters from a single point of contact.  The data that gives life to your computer enters from a single point as well. If you remove that tiny contact point in your computer and/or your phone you would be disconnected from the rest of your world. While you think all that data that you like to stream is floating out there in the ether for your taking, the truth is it is being funneled through a provider who has a single check point as well. If you do not believe me, try not paying your phone service and see how much data you receive. The point is that millions of data streams, the life blood of our civilization today are flowing through a single choke point. It is possible that already all those various provider streams are also flowing through a single point a little higher up on the food chain. Regardless, that is also how our life-force (Shefa)—how the real Light energy—enters into our universe. It is what powers the divine simulation we call life and/or physicality.  According to the kabbalists, that point of entry for that force is called Zion, and its point of alignment with our world is the Holy of Holies within the Temple Building.
The numerical of Zion (ציון) is 156 and the center of the Holy of Holies, the Foundation Stone, is 156 cubits from the edges of the Outer Courtyard. That makes it 358 ft from those edges, aligning it with Moshiach as well.  The value 156 is found 54 times in the Torah, a possible reference to the shift of 54, and to 210 as well, considering (156 + 54) = 210.
I hope I was clear enough, Akashic is just a term and the records and books are not real books.  The records are just a methodology for lower level, yet elevated consciousnesses to search an infinite and infinitely connected database. It is an interface system, much as Google, but without the biased agenda. The Book of Life is akin to a much more complete Facebook, but again with the bias and agenda. It is no coincidence that the advances down here mimic the workings of the dimensions above. They have no choice.  Our only free will is in how much we will corrupt the purity of the systems and gifts given to us.
How does it work?
Every choice we make shifts our orientation within the 5 axes of the Tree-of-Life. Whenever we choose wrong, selfishness, greed, or control over the physicality we point our compass toward evil and every shift gets recorded. Do we feel the awe of the Creator, or the pull of physical desires? Those polar opposite attractions at the antipodes of the infinite sphere spin our compass and get recorded.  How is that possible? How is quantum entanglement possible? How does changing the spin on a particle on this side of the universe change the spin on a sister particle on the other side of the universe?
Imagine if that point of entry, Zion, could be controlled, harnessed, and manipulated.  They could completely dominate and control their world, and possible infect others. They would control the media, the money, and the narrative—communication, number, text—and they would be able to subjugate most everyone very quickly.  It would be akin to a group of partially awoke simulated players being fed privileged information by a nefarious source coder at the far end of the good-evil bar. Forearmed with extra knowledge this group could manipulate their simulation from the inside until they found and latched onto the entry point. Of course, their goal would be to choke off that point, but the reality is that that would just end their simulation.  But they are only partially awakened and know only the corruptions that have been downloaded into their consciousness units. The real goal of their evil coder would be to artificially prop open the portal and allow for regurgitation to corrupt and pollute the higher dimensions.
It is only a story line, so who knows? We can, though, find fractal references to it throughout our universe and on every level of what we call life. After all, we are not even the most dominant or most intelligent life form on Earth.  Like most other life-forms on the planet, we depend on and are manipulated by fungi. They are an integrated global network that control our eco-systems, food supply, and health. They act as one unit, learn and operate like a hive, and are wired into everything. So, yes, there are not two, but three kingdoms of life on Earth, and the largest, oldes,t and most powerful are not the plants, nor the animals, but the fungi.
As for the Torah, G-d warned Moses not to take the Erev Rav with him out of Egypt. He also showed us how important it is to close off the portal behind us when the waters came flooding back to destroy the Egyptian army after the crossing of the Endless Sea, and numerous times when He advised that no one should be left alive.  With even the slightest opening, evil and corruption will find a way.

The Three Tiers of Cells

As per the Ramchal, “Everything that comes forth from the Holy of Holies divides into three[3]….and three cells along the west wall [3 on top of one another].  Thus the Sanctuary is surrounded by cells on three [3] sides…[with 3 levels on each side].”
It is not just 33 Cells, but the concept of a cube of 33 of which we will see the importance later in this section.
We can now understand how the ordinal value of the 3 highest sefirot Keter (כתר) and Chochma (חכמה) and Binah (בינה) relates to the Holy Temple.  The combined ordinal value of their 11 letters is (53 + 37 + 31) = 121 = 112. This 112 is reflected in the 42-Letter Name, whose first line (אבגתץ) totals 506 or (112 + 102 + 92 +….12), and whose 14 Triplets are found a total of 506 times in the Torah, with 506 being the complete value of Moshiach Ben David and the value of “Unconditional Love.”
The 11 Cells also hint at the 11th sefira, Da’at in the central column and central corridor. The 3 central column sefirot are Keter, Da’at and Tiferet (which represents all 6 dimensions of Zeir Anpin). Thei combined initials (כדת) total 424, once again Moshiach Ben David.
Nevertheless, in respect to the 3 divisions, the 11 cells in the 3 protective sides of the Holy of Holies correspond directly to Keter (כתר) and Chochma (חכמה) and Binah (בינה), as do the 3 levels of 11 cells each. Remember Keter (כתר) and Chochma (חכמה) and Binah (בינה) sum together to 760 and therefore the 3 x 3 levels are equivalent to 760 x 760 = 577600.
The walls between those cells is 5 cubits thick and the cells themselves are 5 cubits long which all correspond to the final Hei(ה) of the YHVH(יהוה). When it is coupled with the Vav (ו) of the 6-cubit thick walls surrounding the Holy of Holies, they align with the Vav-Hei(וה) of the YHVH(יהוה) and total 11, the fusion of Zeir Anpin and Malchut and the structure of 11 sefirot.  While the final letters in Keter (כתר) and Chochma (חכמה) and Binah (בינה) add up to 210, their initials add up to 30, or Vav (ו) “knocked” with (multiplied with) Hei(ה), (6 x 5), as in the Vav-Hei(וה) of the YHVH(יהוה), thus completing the 5 major levels from Keter-Chochma-Binah-Zeir Anpin through Malchut.
On the first level, the cells are 5 cubits long by 4 cubits wide, so the 10 North and South side cells measure 5 x 10 or 50 cubits in length, just like the height of the Gates. Since the rear Western Cell is 20 cubits the total is (50 + 20) = 70 cubits, as in the 70 nations, etc. The area of those 11 cells is thus 70 x 4 or 280 cubits, connecting it to the 5 final letters (ךםןףץ) of the same value, and to the enlarged Ayin (ע) and Dalet (ד) of the Shema’s first verse, one of the 4 Essential Elements of Creation. This is not coincidental as that central 20-cubit cell that gave us 70 is associated as explained above with Da’at. It is also not coincidental that the very first article that Rav Brandwein encouraged me to publish and that began this blog was titled Where is Da’at and connected it to the number 70.
By the way, the ordinal value of those 5 final letters (ךםןףץ) is 73, as in Chochma (Wisdom) and the value for the Torah’s first verse, the sum from 1 – 73. The end is in the beginning.  Moreover, the complete value of those 5 final letters (ךםןףץ) is 280 + 73 + 5 (Kolel) = 358, the numerical value for Moshiach. The end is in the beginning.
The fourth (4th) side of the Temple Building consists of 3 rooms, the Holy of Holies, the Sanctuary, and the Vestibule separate by the two Gates. Like a Sukkah, the entrance to the vestibule is open except for the two Vestibule walls that are only 5-cubits thick, matching the rule that the open side of the Sukkah must have a wall at least 5 hands-breath wide.   We will get deeper into this concept in the next part of this section. I hope you did not think the dates of the holidays or the tools in them were arbitrary or had anything to do with anything other than bringing Moshiach. The best presents are the unexpected ones and the best plans are the concealed ones.