First there were the **10** plagues which cleansed out the negativity (*klippot*) of the **10 ***sefirot *of the negative (or inverse) Tree-of-life. Then there were the **10** doubts that cleaned out the the negativity (*klippot*) from the **10** *sefirot* (levels/dimensions) that had crossed over into *Malchut*, our world, the lowest of the **10 **dimensions of the positive Tree-of- life. Then we were ready, or so we thought, for the **10** Commandments.

We’re covering the **10 Commandments over many parts **not only because of their depth and their importance as the high point *(keter*) of the Torah, but because they play a role in our lives and for our generation bigger than any of us could imagine, and we’ll reveal exactly what that is–perhaps our biggest revelation to date–by the end of the series. For now, we need to understand them and the mechanics behind them better.

So while the total number of letters, words, and verses in the entire Torah total **390,625**, which is **625 ^{2}**, or an astonishingly exact

**5**, the number of letters, words, and verses in the actual

^{8}**10**Utterances (Commandments) is

**620+172+13 = 805**, the numerical value of “The rainbow,” which was G-d first Covenant (

*brit*) with Earth.

And while

**13**, as in the

**13**verses of the 10 Commandments, is the numerical value of

*ahava*(love), if we add the

**9**paragraphs to

**805**we get

**805 +9 = 814**, the numerical value of the verse that Hillel stated summarizes the entire Torah in Levitiucs 19:18, paraphrased as “love they neighbor as thyself.”

That there are

**9**paragraphs is probably not coincidental either as the numerical value

**625**, that of

*H’keter*(The Crown) is found

**9**times in the Torah, and

*keter*(Crown) of value

**620**, as in the

**620**letters of the

**10**Commandments, is found

**10**times that many times, or

**90**times.

As we’re dealing with the moment the Israelites touched

*Keter*, it should be noted here that the number

**10**(or any multiple of it) is in a proportion with the year

**5778 (2018 CE)**that spells out the

**173 Keys**(the 42-Letter Name) which were given to Moses, and that are necessary to achieve the final redemption, according to chazal.

For example,

**10,000,**or

**10**, representing

^{4}*Keter*, when divided by

**5778**yields

**10,000/5778 =**

**1.73**0

**7026**, or a perfectly graphic rendition of th

*e shem mem-bet*(

**173**keys); the

**70**nations, etc;

**702**(Shabbat); and the

*YHVH*(

**26**). Readers of this blog and of

**know full well the significance of the number**

*The Divine Calendar***70**and the role that the time span of

**70**years repeatedly played in the Israelite history, so we should point out that the

**10**Commandments (Utterances) occur in the

**70**th Chapter in the Torah.

And if what we’ve recently learned about the role the 10 Commandments are to play in out future, G-d is very serious about keeping the Sabbath (Shabbat), so none of the numbers in the above equation are superfluous.

So, it’s pretty obvious to us, as it’s always been to the

*tzaddikim,*that in the relationship between reaching

*Keter*, which means receiving the

*Mashiach*and the Tree-of-life consciousness, the understanding the

**42-Letter Name (the ability to access the**

**173**keys) and the year

**5778**is a most important one. It was important enough to etch onto the cosmos and to build the Torah around, and important enough for G-d to reveal to us today only 7 years shy of

**5778**.

**The 10 Utterances and the Seed of Creation, the First Window**

We always look to the seed level of anything to find its outcome, for as with a seed and the eventual tree that grows from it, its entire genetic blueprint is already there, and so it is spiritually as well with our actions. In this case, we’ll look to the first verse in the section, Exodus 20:2, and to the first verse in the Torah to which it connects.

We know from *chazal *and have explained numerous times and in depth in ** The Genesis Prayer** how the

**42**-Letter name is integrally connected with the Torah’s first verse as both a remote control for the Torah and as the seed of Creation itself, so we’ll skip that here, and instead point out the Torah’s first verse’s interesting connections to

*keter*and to these

**620**letters.

OK, so we know that the

**7**words in the Torah’s first verse are connected to

*chochma*/wisdom, of numerical value

**73,**because their total value is equal to all the positive integers through

**73**, and we know that the letter

*Yud (*of numerical value

**Y**)**10**, represents the

*sefira*of

*Chochma*in the

*Y**HVH,*and that there are

**62**

*Yuds*in the

**620**letters of the

**10**utterances, but what we didn’t know was that the word values of each of the Torah first 2 words (

**9**letters) are repeated a total of

**62**times in the Torah.

So let’s think this through. The Torah’s first

**2**words’ numerical value are found

**2 x 31**(the numerical value of

*El*, G-d, and thus is Lo, “don’t”) which the value if the Yuds amongst the

**620**letters of the

**10**Commandments is

**20 x 31**,

*El*. From

**2 to 20**, a multiple of

**10**, as we’re climbing up the

**10**

*Sefirot*of the Tree-of-life to

*Keter*.

For a tree to grow, a seed must be planted.

Back to the Torah’s first verse. While the actual

**4**th and

**6**th words (totaling

**4+6=10**) in the Torah (

*Et*and

*V’Et*) are found a total of

**3450**times in the Torah, or

**345 x 10**, with

**345**being the numerical value of both Moses (

*Moshe*) and

*Hashem*(G-d), the total number of times that their word

*values*reoccur is exactly

**62**.

^{2}There are also

**62**times that the 2nd word and or it’s value, 203, reoccur.

So the first

**2**words together and independently connect to

**62**and the

**4th**and

**6th**together do as well. So if we add up those

**62**and

^{2}**62**and connections, we get

**62 x 65**of them, all within the first

**7**words of the Torah, and since 65 is the numerical value of

*Adonai,*representing

*Malchut,*the connections stretch from

*Keter*all the way down to

*Malchut.*

This compares with the

**7363**total word occurrences and word value recurrences for those

**1st, 2nd, 4th,**and

**6**words in the Torah, all of them connected to

**62**. And for some reason

**7363 – (62 x65) = 3333**. It seems almost too perfect. Or they may be yet another clue and piece in the puzzle, and have something to do with the

**3330 y**ears between the twp tree-of-Life opportunities in

**2448**at Sinai and in

**5778**.

So maybe the fact that

**1+2+4+6 =**

**13**, as in the

**13**verses of the

**10**Utterances, isn’t a coincidence either.

And as for words #

**3, 5,**and

**7**of the Torah’s first verse, whose collective numerical value is

**777**, their total word and word value recurrences is

**3125**or

**625**(

*H’Keter*)

**x 5**.

Is it possible that this is yet another rendition and clue to

**5-777**, or

**5777**

**(2017 CE)**?

In order for Moses to have led the Israelites to

*Keter*at Mt Sinai in the seed had to have been planted

**2448 years**earlier. And in order for us to experience it would take another

**3330 years**to reach full height (maturity). But before we can climb it, we have understand it and the best way to do that is to understand the seed that spawned it.

So what connects the Torah’s first

**7**words and its

**70th**Chapter, where we find the

**10**Commandments? For one, they are connected by

**107,007**letters, and just as the sum of the integers through

**73**equals the T0rah’s first verse, the sum of the integers through

**107**equals

**5778**.

Nothing in the Torah is situated randomly. Everything has a purpose and is part of a plan. Wouldn’t you like to know what that was?

Just note for now, that what’s happening all over the

**Mideast**right now is directly related to what’s happening to the

**70**supernal ministers over the

**70**nations and what’s happening to them is directly related to our shift through the

**70th**chapter of the Torah.

We’re getting closer. Part IV will follow shortly.