On first reads this is another out of the park home run, that will be played back, savored and reviewed many times… The home team is winning and the game is almost over, and this is certainly going to be one for the history books!

Meanwhile continuing my previous comments noting the growing list of prime numbers associated with this year, 5779, 3331, and 71, the same thing holds true regarding the special number 179 we have been discussing, and which in the post above is described as “the sum of the unique Primeth Recurrence series through 127,” i.e., 2 + 3 + 5 + 11 + 31 + 127 = 179 – and connecting this with an idea from the Zohar, which is also stressed at the end of the post with its link to the Kabbalah Secrets associated website the Daily Zohar:

The verse (Genesis 7:11) says, “In the 600th year of Noach’s life… all the fountains of the great deep burst forth and the windows of the heavens were opened.” The Zohar (I:117a) reveals that this is an allusion that after 600 years of the 6th millennium (the Hebrew year 5600, corresponding to the civil year 1840) the gates of wisdom above and the fountains of wisdom below will be opened, and the world will be prepared to enter the 7th millennium, just as man prepares on the 6th day (Friday) when the sun is about to set for the entrance of the Shabbat…

The Zohar’s prediction is explained in many places, with many stating that therefore the year 5600 marks the beginning of the period of Ikvos HaMoshiach, the “Footsteps of Moshiach.”

This also corresponds to an opinion brought in the Talmud (Sanhedrin 99a), Rabbi Dosa says: The messianic era will last 400 years. It is written here (Genesis 15:13) with regard to the Covenant of the Pieces: “And they shall serve them, and they shall afflict them four hundred years,” and it is written there (Psalms 90:15): “Make us glad according to the days that You afflicted us” (i.e., since this world is slated to exist 6000 years, the messianic age has to begin no later than 400 years earlier, the year 5600 / 1840).

It comes out that this year, 5779, is 5779 – 5600 = 179 years since the initial start of the preparatory Ikvos HaMoshiach period before the redemption.

Incidentally, as stated above the number 179 is the 41st prime, and summing the prime and its prime ordinal number, 179 + 41 = 220 = 10 x 22, a clear allusion to the completeness of the 22 letters of the Alef Beis that is connected with these numbers.

Also the number 220 = 5 x 44, with 44 being 4 x 11, and with 11 being the 5th prime.

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Additionally, the Temple was destroyed in the year 3830 / 70, and therefore since this present year is 5779 – 3830 = 1949 years since the destruction (or calculating with the civil calendar dates 2019 – 70 = 1949 years since the destruction), therefore it is again interesting to note that the number 1949 is also a prime number, the 296th prime, and the number 296 = 8 (or 2^3) x 37, where 37 is another one of the key primes we are discussing.

Also, again summing the prime with its prime ordinal number, 1949 + 296 = 2245, and this may be viewed as 2200 + 45, which means another clear allusion to the completeness of the 22 letters of the Alef Beis, plus the completeness of the Divine Name Mah, 45, with its associated multifaceted synergies.

Also 2245 is a semi-prime with one factor being 5, for 2245 = 5 x 449, and with 449 being the 87th prime.

The spiritual quakings of these times are reaching a crescendo.

Very well done. We appreciate the wonderful connections you made for all of us. Just to add to it, the 220 can also represent the 220 years in ertz canaan that were part of that 400 years on the first (Biblical) side of the flipped calendar, and as I was just pondering early this morning, it is 8 cubits in length. Also 296, appropriately enough, is the 7th word of the Torah, “the earth”

Ezra, regarding your addition about 220, that it “can also represent the 220 years in ertz canaan that were part of that 400 years on the first (Biblical) side of the flipped calendar,” time allowing please clarify this a bit more so it easier for readers to grasp. Also it is even more unclear what you referred to as being “8 cubits in length.” I suppose you were extra brief because you were busy firing up another untouchable 100-plus mph fastball down the middle in the form of your newest post, The Shift, which I just see has been posted!

Meanwhile, there is another thing that I really should have added to my above comment about the numbers 220 and 2200 that hint to levels of completeness of the 22 letters of the Alef Beis:

Interestingly, and coincidentally by Hashgacha Protis, the daily Torah reading for this Thursday was the 5th Aliya of Parshas Bamidbar, which deals with the counting of the tribe of Levi, and ends with the verse (Numbers 3:39), “All that were numbered of the Levites, whom Moshe and Aharon numbered at the commandment of Hashem, by their families, all the males from a month old and upward, were two and twenty thousand” – the number 22000. It seems there is a connection between the Levi’im and another level of completeness of the 22 letters…

There is very little time until Shabbos and Yom Tov, so best wishes to you and to all the readers, who like the Levi’im are dedicated to the service of Hashem, especially as expressed in learning and revealing the resplendent inner light of Kabbalistic teachings that are concealed in the mysteries of the numbers and the 22 holy letters of the Alef Beis. May we merit to experience the blessings of the Shabbos and of the Holiday of Shevuos, and may the gates of wisdom and holiness be open to us, to enable us to unite with Hashem and with His Holy Torah, and to rededicate ourselves to performing His Will upon the earth, B’Brocha U’B’Sholom!

Shabbat Shalom and Chag Sameach. Love the baseball references.

Of the 430 years in exile, which your 400 years also refers to, 210 were in Egypt and 220 in Canaan. Cubits are dependent on point-of-view (POV). 220 can be 220 inches = 8 cubits, or it can refer to 220 cubits, or even 220 feet = 220*12/27.5 cubits. As we approach the Future Holy Temple, the cubit will become more important. What had come to me was that 137.5, the phi angle number was exactly 5 cubits, not a new revelation to me, but I pondered what 8 cubits would be and it was 220, and 13 cubits at obviously, 137.5 + 220 = 357.5 or 358 in round numbers. You understand the significance.

Abraham (comment 1 above), I already thanked you for your significant find משיח בן יוסף-משיח בן דויד = 1000, but I should have also simultaneously thanked you for your other significant find that בראשית can have a gematria of 1000 by adding the hidden letter Peh that surrounds the letter Bet, 913 + 80 = 993, plus 6 for the 6 letters of the word Breishis = 999, plus 1 for the hidden letter Peh =1000. Todah.

Incidentally, it is pretty amazing that the first word Breishis, together with the hidden letter Peh, has 6 + 1 = 7 letters, hinting to the 7 words of the first verse, and the gematria of the first letter Beis together with the gematria of the hidden letter Peh that surrounds it is 2 + 80 = 82, and reflection 82 is 28, hinting to the 28 revealed letters of the first verse.

There are 82 words in the Torah of value 28.

Since the gematria of the Torah’s first revealed letter Beis plus the its first hidden letter Peh is 82, it is interesting the 82nd prime number is 421, which may be understood as 420 plus 1, with 420 hinting to the Name Mab, 42, in completeness times 10, and with the 1 representing the One and Only Hashem, and this is appropriate since we know that the Name of 42 is especially hinted in the first 42 letters of the Torah.

Also, summing the prime 421 with its prime ordinal number 82 yields 421 + 82 = 503, and 503 is also a prime, the 96th prime. Then again taking the prime with its ordinal number, the sum of 503 + 96 = 599, with 599 again being not just a prime, but part of a series of primes, since it is the 109th prime, and 109 is the 29th prime, and 29 is the 10th prime.

One more time taking the prime with its ordinal number, 599 + 109 = 708, which is not a prime, however with 1 for the Kolel, 708 + 1 = 709, the 127th prime, and thus the next and 7th prime in the unique Primeth Recurrence series 2, 3, 5, 11, 31, 127, and 709.

The number 82 itself is also a semi-prime, with 82 = 2 x 41, one factor being 2, the 1st prime, and the other factor being 41, the 13th prime, thus again taking us back to 13, the gematria of the word אחד, Echod, One.

Also, as noted before, the 41st prime is 179, which is the special number we have been discussing, the sum of the unique Primeth Recurrence series 2 + 3 + 5 + 11 + 31 + 127 = 179, and summing the prime and its prime ordinal number, 179 + 41 = 220, another allusion to the completeness of the 22 letters of the Alef Beis. Adding the next number in the series, 709, as just mentioned, 2 + 3 + 5 + 11 + 31 + 127 + 709 = 888, another very interesting number, and just for starters, 888 = 8 x 111, i.e., 8 times Alef, and with one more Alef plus 1 for the Kolel comes to 888 + 111 + 1 = 1000.

On first reads this is another out of the park home run, that will be played back, savored and reviewed many times… The home team is winning and the game is almost over, and this is certainly going to be one for the history books!

Meanwhile continuing my previous comments noting the growing list of prime numbers associated with this year, 5779, 3331, and 71, the same thing holds true regarding the special number 179 we have been discussing, and which in the post above is described as “the sum of the unique Primeth Recurrence series through 127,” i.e., 2 + 3 + 5 + 11 + 31 + 127 = 179 – and connecting this with an idea from the Zohar, which is also stressed at the end of the post with its link to the Kabbalah Secrets associated website the Daily Zohar:

The verse (Genesis 7:11) says, “In the 600th year of Noach’s life… all the fountains of the great deep burst forth and the windows of the heavens were opened.” The Zohar (I:117a) reveals that this is an allusion that after 600 years of the 6th millennium (the Hebrew year 5600, corresponding to the civil year 1840) the gates of wisdom above and the fountains of wisdom below will be opened, and the world will be prepared to enter the 7th millennium, just as man prepares on the 6th day (Friday) when the sun is about to set for the entrance of the Shabbat…

The Zohar’s prediction is explained in many places, with many stating that therefore the year 5600 marks the beginning of the period of Ikvos HaMoshiach, the “Footsteps of Moshiach.”

This also corresponds to an opinion brought in the Talmud (Sanhedrin 99a), Rabbi Dosa says: The messianic era will last 400 years. It is written here (Genesis 15:13) with regard to the Covenant of the Pieces: “And they shall serve them, and they shall afflict them four hundred years,” and it is written there (Psalms 90:15): “Make us glad according to the days that You afflicted us” (i.e., since this world is slated to exist 6000 years, the messianic age has to begin no later than 400 years earlier, the year 5600 / 1840).

It comes out that this year, 5779, is 5779 – 5600 = 179 years since the initial start of the preparatory Ikvos HaMoshiach period before the redemption.

Incidentally, as stated above the number 179 is the 41st prime, and summing the prime and its prime ordinal number, 179 + 41 = 220 = 10 x 22, a clear allusion to the completeness of the 22 letters of the Alef Beis that is connected with these numbers.

Also the number 220 = 5 x 44, with 44 being 4 x 11, and with 11 being the 5th prime.

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Additionally, the Temple was destroyed in the year 3830 / 70, and therefore since this present year is 5779 – 3830 = 1949 years since the destruction (or calculating with the civil calendar dates 2019 – 70 = 1949 years since the destruction), therefore it is again interesting to note that the number 1949 is also a prime number, the 296th prime, and the number 296 = 8 (or 2^3) x 37, where 37 is another one of the key primes we are discussing.

Also, again summing the prime with its prime ordinal number, 1949 + 296 = 2245, and this may be viewed as 2200 + 45, which means another clear allusion to the completeness of the 22 letters of the Alef Beis, plus the completeness of the Divine Name Mah, 45, with its associated multifaceted synergies.

Also 2245 is a semi-prime with one factor being 5, for 2245 = 5 x 449, and with 449 being the 87th prime.

The spiritual quakings of these times are reaching a crescendo.

Very well done. We appreciate the wonderful connections you made for all of us. Just to add to it, the 220 can also represent the 220 years in ertz canaan that were part of that 400 years on the first (Biblical) side of the flipped calendar, and as I was just pondering early this morning, it is 8 cubits in length. Also 296, appropriately enough, is the 7th word of the Torah, “the earth”

Moshe Friedmansays:Ezra, regarding your addition about 220, that it “can also represent the 220 years in ertz canaan that were part of that 400 years on the first (Biblical) side of the flipped calendar,” time allowing please clarify this a bit more so it easier for readers to grasp. Also it is even more unclear what you referred to as being “8 cubits in length.” I suppose you were extra brief because you were busy firing up another untouchable 100-plus mph fastball down the middle in the form of your newest post, The Shift, which I just see has been posted!

Meanwhile, there is another thing that I really should have added to my above comment about the numbers 220 and 2200 that hint to levels of completeness of the 22 letters of the Alef Beis:

Interestingly, and coincidentally by Hashgacha Protis, the daily Torah reading for this Thursday was the 5th Aliya of Parshas Bamidbar, which deals with the counting of the tribe of Levi, and ends with the verse (Numbers 3:39), “All that were numbered of the Levites, whom Moshe and Aharon numbered at the commandment of Hashem, by their families, all the males from a month old and upward, were two and twenty thousand” – the number 22000. It seems there is a connection between the Levi’im and another level of completeness of the 22 letters…

There is very little time until Shabbos and Yom Tov, so best wishes to you and to all the readers, who like the Levi’im are dedicated to the service of Hashem, especially as expressed in learning and revealing the resplendent inner light of Kabbalistic teachings that are concealed in the mysteries of the numbers and the 22 holy letters of the Alef Beis. May we merit to experience the blessings of the Shabbos and of the Holiday of Shevuos, and may the gates of wisdom and holiness be open to us, to enable us to unite with Hashem and with His Holy Torah, and to rededicate ourselves to performing His Will upon the earth, B’Brocha U’B’Sholom!

Shabbat Shalom and Chag Sameach. Love the baseball references.

Of the 430 years in exile, which your 400 years also refers to, 210 were in Egypt and 220 in Canaan. Cubits are dependent on point-of-view (POV). 220 can be 220 inches = 8 cubits, or it can refer to 220 cubits, or even 220 feet = 220*12/27.5 cubits. As we approach the Future Holy Temple, the cubit will become more important. What had come to me was that 137.5, the phi angle number was exactly 5 cubits, not a new revelation to me, but I pondered what 8 cubits would be and it was 220, and 13 cubits at obviously, 137.5 + 220 = 357.5 or 358 in round numbers. You understand the significance.

Abraham (comment 1 above), I already thanked you for your significant find משיח בן יוסף-משיח בן דויד

= 1000, but I should have also simultaneously thanked you for your other significant find that בראשית can have a gematria of 1000 by adding the hidden letter Peh that surrounds the letter Bet, 913 + 80 = 993, plus 6 for the 6 letters of the word Breishis = 999, plus 1 for the hidden letter Peh =1000. Todah.

Incidentally, it is pretty amazing that the first word Breishis, together with the hidden letter Peh, has 6 + 1 = 7 letters, hinting to the 7 words of the first verse, and the gematria of the first letter Beis together with the gematria of the hidden letter Peh that surrounds it is 2 + 80 = 82, and reflection 82 is 28, hinting to the 28 revealed letters of the first verse.

There are 82 words in the Torah of value 28.

Since the gematria of the Torah’s first revealed letter Beis plus the its first hidden letter Peh is 82, it is interesting the 82nd prime number is 421, which may be understood as 420 plus 1, with 420 hinting to the Name Mab, 42, in completeness times 10, and with the 1 representing the One and Only Hashem, and this is appropriate since we know that the Name of 42 is especially hinted in the first 42 letters of the Torah.

Also, summing the prime 421 with its prime ordinal number 82 yields 421 + 82 = 503, and 503 is also a prime, the 96th prime. Then again taking the prime with its ordinal number, the sum of 503 + 96 = 599, with 599 again being not just a prime, but part of a series of primes, since it is the 109th prime, and 109 is the 29th prime, and 29 is the 10th prime.

One more time taking the prime with its ordinal number, 599 + 109 = 708, which is not a prime, however with 1 for the Kolel, 708 + 1 = 709, the 127th prime, and thus the next and 7th prime in the unique Primeth Recurrence series 2, 3, 5, 11, 31, 127, and 709.

The number 82 itself is also a semi-prime, with 82 = 2 x 41, one factor being 2, the 1st prime, and the other factor being 41, the 13th prime, thus again taking us back to 13, the gematria of the word אחד, Echod, One.

Also, as noted before, the 41st prime is 179, which is the special number we have been discussing, the sum of the unique Primeth Recurrence series 2 + 3 + 5 + 11 + 31 + 127 = 179, and summing the prime and its prime ordinal number, 179 + 41 = 220, another allusion to the completeness of the 22 letters of the Alef Beis. Adding the next number in the series, 709, as just mentioned, 2 + 3 + 5 + 11 + 31 + 127 + 709 = 888, another very interesting number, and just for starters, 888 = 8 x 111, i.e., 8 times Alef, and with one more Alef plus 1 for the Kolel comes to 888 + 111 + 1 = 1000.