Super meaningful finds all. Nice too to bring in R’ Glazerson’s Torah codes, cutting edge proof of the Torah’s Divinity and with critical timely messages encoded deep in the holy text for us to see only now. In a previous comment I mentioned the Zohar that discusses Psalm 20, Lamenatza’ach Mizmor L’Dovid, with 70 words corresponding to the last 70 years of exile, starting from when the state of Israel is reborn, 5708-5778/1948-2018. It is interesting that in the last verse of this Psalm, Hashem Hoshiah Hamelech Ya’aneinu B’yom Korainu, “The King will answer us in the day we call,” the last word, Korainu, “we call,” which corresponds to this 70th year, 5778, in gematria is 357, and with 1 for the Kolel is 358, the equivalent of the word Moshiach. More specifically adding the Kolel could be derived from connection to previous word, B’yom, gematria 58, which is one more than (3)57; or from connection to the word Hashem at the beginning of the verse, One is Hashem; or from connection to the word Lamenatzeiah, “For the Victor,” at the beginning of the Psalm, since the ending is inserted in the beginning and the beginning in the ending. This Psalm is said daily in our prayers and in all times of need, and the last verse is recognized as being so special and so critical that it is inserted in many places in our prayers. The Psalm may be said to hint to La”g B’Omer, the 33rd day of the Omer, since the first letter of the first verse is a Lamed, 30, and the first verse has 3 words, i.e., 33. Also the gematria of the first word Lamenatzeiach is 218, hinting to the 2nd month 18th day, Iyar 18, which is Lag B’Omer. The year 2018 may also specifically correspond to this day, the 2nd month 18th day, today. As fixed in our morning prayers, after reciting this Psalm with last word Koreinu, with the Kolel equivalent to Moshiach, we immediately continue with the verse (Yeshaya 59:20) U’vo L’tziyom Goail, “And there shall come to Zion a Redeemer,” i.e., the Moshiach, and this too reflects the same theme and another way of specifically completing Kolel, especially since the word Goail, Redeemer, has an Alef, 1, the Kolel, in the middle, and letters Gimel Lamed, gematria 33, at the beginning and end, are exactly the same as in La”g B’Omer. The two words L’tziyon G’oail are also initials Lamed Gimel, 33, and the connecting first word of this verse U’vo, is gematria 9 = 3 x 3, again connected to La”g B’Omer, this special day. The more one looks the more wonders one can see. G’ood Yom Tov and L’echayim!