Hebrew Letters, Numbers, and Their Meaning (Revised)

The Hebrew Alphabet contained special meanings for each letter, perhaps from the very beginning. For example, the word for “EL” combines two letters Aleph and Lamed. Aleph originally was a pictograph of an “Ox”, and Lamed of a “shepherd’s staff.” Together the ancient Hebrew word, EL, means “Powerful Leader who keeps us together and on the right path.”

REVISIONS: Research revealed that some clarity was required for the numbers and the letters for 5, 6, 7, 50, 60, 70 and 500, 600, 700. Creation, both physical and spiritual, is a merging of male and female. The physical side is a metaphor for the spiritual. And these concepts are embedded in the symbols of the proto-Hebrew letters. When this is brought into focus then another mystery is solved. The number of man is 666! The number of woman is 555. And the result of the union is 777. Also we should think of this as 6 + 60 + 600, and so forth, because that is the progression of the letters. Remember there are three phases: The “conception” followed by the first manifestation in the womb (growth in the womb), the comes the final manifestation when the entity is born to live forever. Though we have a physical existence now, it is not our final and only life. We are physically alive, but spiritually living in the womb. Later we will be born-again from the spirit. Then we will grow and fulfill our reason for having Life.

Man being represented by 666 is a powerful way to show those with understanding that the coming world leader, prophesied to John in Revelation, will demonstrate great spiritual power, though he will not resurrect the dead. However, this one, after all, is only a man! Whereas those without understanding will think that one is God and the Messiah!

Ancient and Modern Hebrew Letters Compared
The Hebrews considered that they were yoked to EL, who taught them how to walk with God [EL]. The word “Elah” means the “Powerful Leader who keeps us together and wraps his arms around us.” And “Elahim” is the plural of “Elah” or “Powerful Leaders who do the same as Elah.” (The modern Hebrew spelling of these names, Eloah and Elohim, are a departure from the use of the ancient Hebrew vowels aleph, he, yod, vau.)

For example, the Tetragammatron, [yod, he, vau, he] is all vowels, contrary to popular opinion and practice, and would be pronounced “ee, ah, oo, ah.” If sung, as intended, then the change from vowel sound to vowel sound causes the mouth to naturally form transitional consonants, thus: “EE, y, AH, h, OO, w, AH.” To not say or sing this Name, or to make substitution for it, is considered by the Scriptures to be an abomination.

And all day long my name is constantly blasphemed. Therefore my people will know my name; therefore in that day they will know that it is I who foretold it. Yes, it is I. Isaiah 52.

Hebrew is a theological language and the letters themselves express a relation with the Creator that transcends any other. The letters are divided into three groups of nine letters, each group is 10 times “more powerful” than its predecessor. Contained within these groups is a message that tells about the creation as a process of thought, followed by a manifestation of the thought, followed by a final or Great Manifestation that was the original purpose of the Great Plan.

Involved in the process is the testing of those in the first manifestation to filter out any who succeed in overcoming the bad, death, and the negative and obtain, during their mortal life in the first manifestation, the Eternal Life while still in the flesh. These are called the FirstFruits and a High day on the 15th day of the 3rd month of the Revealed calendar celebrates their Life. According to the Torah, no firstfruits were to be harvested during the first seven weeks (or ages) leading up to the eighth age of right-ruling.

And from the day after the Sabbath from the day that you brought the sheaf of the wave offering, you shall count for yourselves seven completed Sabbaths. Until the day after the seventh Sabbath (you count fifty days), then you shall bring a new grain offering to Eyahuwah. Bring from your dwellings for a wave offering two loaves of bread, of two-tenths of an ephah of fine flour. They are baked with leaven: the Firstfruits to Yahua! Leviticus 23:14-17

Each of the letters contains the modern Hebrew character, its numeric value, its name, the descriptive name of its ordinal symbol from the ancient Hebrew pictograph alphabet, and its meaning.

If you wish to download both Modern Hebrew and the Ancient Hebrew alphabets you can do so by clicking on the links below:

Modern Hebrew

Ancient Hebrew

Conceptual. It all starts in the Mind, in Consciousness.

ALEPH (OX): {ah,eh} The dual principle, in the mind of the All Powerful, Wise and Understanding Creator, that represents an image of all that exists and all that does not exist, the positive and the negative, life and death.

BETH (HOUSE or TENT): {b,bh} The symbol of all habitations (places where things live) and receptacles. It is the symbol of anything that “contains.”

GIMEL (FOOT):{g} The activity or the motion of contained, limited existence or nonexistence. It is ALEPH in BETH.

DALETH (DOOR): {d} The archetype of physical existence. The conceptual planned prototype of physical existence. “I am the door. whoever enters through me will be saved.” John 10:9

HE (ARMS): {h,e,ah} The principle or concept of universal life. The female principle behind creation. The arms hold or bind, as in a covenant or as in love.

VAU or WAW (PEG): {w,o,u} is the archetype of male fertilization that is required for creation.

ZAYIN (MATTOCK): {z} The completed fertilizing act. Creation follows. Actually the proto-Hebrew is more of a “plow” which prepares the soil to accept the seed. Conception.

CHETH (WALL): {hh} The enclosure of all unevolved cosmic energy (like the mind or consciousness.) “As a man thinks in his heart, so he is.”

TETH (BASKET): {th} The symbol of the initial female energy. That gives birth to the creation.

Physical and Spiritual Creation

YOD (HAND): {y,i,ee} The opposite of Aleph where Aleph represents concepts that could change, YOD is a symbol of what exists in a steady state, continuity.

CAPH (PALM of the hand): {k,kh} The archetype or prototype of receivers, or containers, from which other containers are copies.

LAMED (STAFF): {l} The principle of the conscious connecting link. For example, it is the shepherds staff with a hook.

MEM (WATER): {m} The archetype of the maternal creative principle. The womb, where the creation waits for birth. (Born of Water)

NUN (SEED): {n} The archetype of all individual existences. All physical life comes from a seed or sperm and from the egg. All Spiritual life comes from spiritual conception.

SAMEKH (PROTECT): {s} The archetype of male fertility or sperm and the protective gonads.

AYIN (EYE): {silent} The illuminating principle behind the act of conception. That life either physical or spiritual comes from the same process. The (mystical) union between male and female.

PE (MOUTH): {p,ph} The opening from which comes all unevolved cosmic energy. “For out of the mouth come evil thoughts.”

TZADDI (SIDE): {ts} The symbol of womanhood. The female “side” (mistranslated “rib” ) was taken from Man leaving Man with only the male side.

The Final Manifestation of Life

QOPH (HORIZON): {q} The exalted state of Aleph. The end of death and the negative. Ancient Hebrew letter pictures a sun splitting the horizon line. The sun sets on death and rises on Life.

RESH (HEAD): {r} The archetype of universal cosmic containers. The English word “raise” comes from this word. The symbol of a head that has been raised up to contain full knowledge.

SHIN (TEETH): {sh} The Spirit of Elah. Some say the “Teeth Shine.” But the face does shine, when full of joy and peace and the set-apart Spirit. A full smile causes the teeth to show.

TAU (MARK or SIGN): {t} The copies of All cosmic existence. They carry the likeness of their Father. “He that has seen me has seen the Father.”

Final CAPH (PALM of the hand): {gh} The final attainment of individual existence as conceived at the beginning. Like the ARMS above that grasped at the time of conception, the PALM of the Hand now holds what was dreamed about, and waited in the womb, and is now manifested in Reality.

Final MEM (WATER): {m} The cosmic state of fertility in Man, both in mind and body. The Father as the Conceiver of Eternal Life. Androgynous Man becomes a cosmic creator. Note the change of emphasis from 6 and 60.

Final NUN (SEED): {n} the interplay between cosmic energies (symbolized by male and female) leading to greater creation.

Final PE (MOUTH): {p,ph} Like Pe[80] and Cheth[8] from the mouth eternal words forever shape the future.

Final TZADDI (SIDE): {ts} The eternal force or archetype of womanhood as part of future creation [the ruach or Holy Spirit is the Mother]. Physical men and woman are born-again as individual “Sons” in the final manifestation. The two “sides” of the “proto-Man”, like the two loaves of the Wave Loaves Offering, remain separate and equal “Sons” in the eyes of their Family [Elahim]

Some believe that Hebrew was the first language ever spoken. I have no reason to doubt that possibility. I also believe that Hebrew, in its best form and sound, will be restored to become the language of all for the ages to come.

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56 thoughts on “Hebrew Letters, Numbers, and Their Meaning (Revised)

  1. Johnny Gahn

    I am interested in learning Hebrew, I heard in a Chuck Missler sermon that all the Hebrew letters have meanings that make up the meaning of the word they create. I read above, where you commented about thechronicleproject.org and see that you disagree with that view. Also, this does seem to be impossible because all of syntax and semantics would be forced down to 22 units of meaning. However, I was wondering if you felt there was relation to a words meaning and the characters that constitute the word, could it be that the words tell us something about the characters rather than the characters the words? I guess what I’m getting at is do you think it is possible there is some play of syntax and semantics within Hebrew words and Hebrew letters?

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    1. Timothy J. Sakach

      As you can see from this post, there are meanings assigned to each of the Hebrew letters including the finals. However, there are two different character sets. The Chaldean letters are the ones in use today. These were “borrowed” from Babylon and have no meaning associated with those letters. The meaning is associated more with the letter names and numbers and not the characters. Those meanings are more recent and are associate with a three part creation process (thought producing knowledge, set up (prototype), and final manifestation.) The other letters are the paleo-Hebrew letters that are not from Babylon. These are pictographic letters and they, in fact, do add insight and understanding about the Names and about prophecy. For example, the name “Yahua” consists of four letters that are ancient Hebrew vowels and not the consonants of YHWH. The Name is a power name and was meant to be sung and was later restricted from pronunciation because of the transgressions of departing from Yahua and the Torah. The letters of the Name tell the story of the Father’s hand out stretched over the Son. The second letter shows a man with uplifted arms of joy and praise as the Son was sent to earth. The third letter is a tent peg that signifies that He pitched his tent among us. Then the last letter is the man again expressing joy and praise because the Son did overcome the world and successfully completed the task He had to perform. Using the paleo-Hebrew letters causes those speaking Hebrew to continually prophesy, even without knowing.

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      1. Johnny Gahn

        If you attribute the same meaning to the different looking symbols, wouldn’t you still derive the same interpretation as with the original symbols?

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        1. Timothy J. Sakach

          Not necessarily. The numbers contain the message 1-9,10-90,100-900 in the first example. The Chaldean letters say nothing. In the paleo-Hebrew the letters contain the message. Each message is unique.

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          1. Johnny Gahn

            Has anyone transcribed the manuscripts of the Bible back into the original paleo-Hebrew characters? If so, where could I go to get a copy?

          2. Timothy J. Sakach

            Jeff Benner wrote the “Ancient Hebrew Torah.” I do not know if he is working on the rest of the Hebrew Scriptures. Ancient Hebrew Torah

  2. Elaine Story

    Thank you so much for your response. It truly helps. I’ve long believed that Yahushua was put on a tree and not a cross……at least not the one the christian church idolizes. In my studies I learned that the symbol of the ‘cross’ is the sign for Tammuz, so I really don’t want anything to do with that. Thanks again…..Elaine

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  3. Elaine Story

    Dearest Dr. Sakach, while reading your response to Calvin, a question I’ve been meaning to ask you came to my mind. The Hebrew letter Tau in the ancient paleo-hebrew is represented by two crossed sticks. The meaning, as I understand it, is a mark or sign. Matthew 16:24, Yahushua speaks to His disciples about denying themselves and taking up the cross and following him. Could this once again be a wrong translation or misquote and the true meaning be hidden? Could the Tau or the sign of the Tau been replaced with the cross? It would definitely change the meaning. “If anyone desires to come after Me, let him deny himself, and take [ my mark] and follow me.” As always, your response is waited for and appreciated! Elaine

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    1. Timothy J. Sakach

      We may have lost the Hebrew idiom in the understanding of the “cross.” The Greek is “staros,” and means a “stake”. The context of Matthew 16 has to do with “walking with” or “joining with”. In other words “pick up your walking stick and join Me on this journey.” That includes following even to the point of death. The church makes an emphasis on the “cross”, whereas Yahushua is making the emphasis on the “essential action of faith” — forsaking personal desires, aspirations, and wants and becoming one with Him. In other words, what is each person as an individual going to do with his or her life.

      Matthew 16:24, “Then Yahushua said to His taught ones, ‘If anyone wishes to come after Me, let him deny himself, and take up his walking stick, and follow me. For whoever wishes to save his life shall lose it, and whoever loses his life for My sake shall find it.’”

      Yahushua, according to some researchers, was not hung on a Christian “cross” but rather on either an upright pole or on a horizontal pole and hung on a tree in the Mount of Olives.

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  4. clara Richards

    I guess I’d like to ask if anyone has prayed and gone to sleep and been awaked to a loud sound of which there was no explanation and disturbed no one else sleeping a word was spoken…..Go to your mother………me and my mom had been estranged and before asleep I asked God if there was anything I needed to change or do in my life……….and I awoke to that sound and that word but I could not even move and even though I thought to myself ok this is weird I went from that thought to amazed awe and peace but I could not move for like 2 minutes my whole body was shaking.as I looked at my hand I realized this was not an outer shaking it was an inner shaking it felt as best as I can explain like every molecule in my body was animated. It was not scary it was peaceful and amazing. and I just wondered if anyone else has experienced such and any explanation! My Daughter in law at this time were really digging into the bible and she has had dreams that we still do not fully understand. that was my most amazing experience. at another time I had three days of total I dont know peace and excitement and like almost like my feet were just off the ground and this joy unexplainable and this almost urgent need to go out and praise God with all my might!As I had a small child that would have been hard to do! But it was amazing! I’ll see your comments on this before I post anything more. For between me and my daughter in law there has been dreams.Just would like your imput understanding or revelation on a possibly deeper understanding of these events!

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    1. Timothy J. Sakach

      One would think that dreams are related to the spirit and thoughts of the dreamer, right? That would imply that dreams can be related to whatever intense thoughts a person might be experiencing at anytime, including times of deep spiritual concentration. Yahua wants us to return, rest, be still, and trust. By doing this, we do not cloud up our thoughts with anxiety and frustration. He guides us on the path. And because we all start out on a path of our own making (more or less), we have to overcome some things that others have no knowledge about. The different path, experiences, trials give us unique character and knowledge. Later on, after we transformed and put in a position of helping others, we will know why we passed through these things that make up our life. I cannot tell what the dreams mean. You must ask the Father (EL) for wisdom as James the Apostle wrote.

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  5. Mari

    Please, give me your insight as to the following: I have had a most unusual experience with a bar of soap and my hair forming on this piece of soap the numbers 87. Please give me your account of this number, and or any references that could lead me to higher understanding of the same. I am a deep thinker, and furthermore, I desire to keep getting to know more about my Hebrew roots. Thank you, Mari

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    1. Timothy J. Sakach

      I have no information on this number. The Hebrew letters and numbers only apply to prophecy and the entire creation processes. Use the numbers 80 and 7 and find the meanings on the page, and see if that means something.

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  6. Robert

    Hi Timothy I just listened to a broadcast early monday morning on a local radio station, it was by L.A Murzulli he has a few books out and just recently a new one called The Cosmic Chessmatch it sounds a lot like what you are saying including Enoch I looked up the website and read a bit but thought I would get your opinion, his web site is http://WWW.lamarzulli.net your comments would be appreciated as always Robert

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    1. Timothy J. Sakach

      Thanks, Robert, I have a call in to Mr. Marzulli to see if he would consider an interview. UPDATE: He called and we will have an interview broadcast, probably next week.

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  7. jimmy

    Hi – please explain the number 153 as recorded in John 21 about the amount of fish in the net. Thanks for your time. Shalom jimmy

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    1. Timothy J. Sakach

      Like the Hebrew, the Greek letters also have numbers associated with the letters. With the Hebrew, you would want to read the numbers as 100, 50, and 3 or as a digit sum. However, the Greek uses a sum of the letters to form a number. Several years ago a book was published that was written by Jerry Lucas, of pro basketball, and Del Washburn. It was published in 1977 and reprinted again in 1978. The title is “Theomatics, God’s Best Kept Secret Revealed.” That puzzles me a little and make me wonder what happened to the not so well kept secrets. Anyhow, the authors discovered a process of using the digit sums of key Greek words and phrases. They also used a combination of a word and another word or phrase and used the word as a divisor to see if they could find an even number multiplier. For example, the word for “fishes” in Greek has a sum of 1224. 1224 / 153 = 8. That means that the number 153 may not be a count at all but a clue. Thus the “full net” seems to imply that the Apostles should be fishers of men. And they were casting their net on the wrong side? The Greek word “the net” = 153 X 8. “Casting the net into the sea” 153 X 20. “For they were fishermen” = 153 X 4. “Multitudes of fishes’ = 153 X 16. “Follow me” = 153 X 12. “Fishers of men” = 153 X 14. But it gets even more mysterious. “I am the way” = 153 X 8 “Way, truth, life” = 153 X 8 “The narrow gate”= 153 X 13 “I say to you that I am the door of the sheep” = 153 X 37 “The door” (alternate spelling) = 153 X 6 Then 37 starts to have some meaning as well: “The Door” = 37 X 14 “The door of the sheep”= 37 X 83. Concerning the Greek alphabet. When I read this book years ago, I compared the Greek alphabets and found that the one used here was different version from Greek today. Somewhat like the Hebrew, the Greek here went from 1 – 9, 10-90, and 100-800 (26 letters). That dated the Greek to a specific period. Two Greek letters fell out of use. The authors used an earlier form of Greek that was present in the New Testament. Although the Hebrew has 22 letters, it also has finals — letters that are slightly different at the end of a word. That gives the Hebrew 27 letters. Is this for real? It certainly seems so. There is a lot more in this book including a statistical analysis using randomly assigned numbers that are still within the scope of the Greek letters. This is some kind of Bible study that one does when they don’t have TV.

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  8. John Bartoo

    My Brother,How are you. i would like to ask you a question on a Hebrew word Elohim is this an original Hebrew word or has it been altered also what would be the Hebrew original meaning. if i may also ask would it be singular or plural , Thank you. Brother John

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    1. Timothy J. Sakach

      The Name “Elohim” is a plural noun. But it is plural like “family” or “club” Different entities are members of Elohim, including Yahua (the Creator), The Father (EL), the Messengers and other beings of esteem and power. The Name actually means “Mighty Ones.” Sometimes it is used if reference to the “mighty ones” of the nations, which does not mean that the Elohim is “pagan.” When referring to the elohim of the nations the meaning is applies to those whom the nations think have power or are “mighty gods”, such as “Ba-al”. But these have no power. IN that case, the name reflects not “mighty ones” but “dead” gods.

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  9. Liz

    I am so sorry to bother you. I have been seeking and crying out to our Creator for something deeper. I do believe that me “stumbling” upon your page is not really a stumble. I am going to dive into all the information you have suggested & I am beyond excited that I am again growing in the deeper things I have always had an awareness that there is something far more as I read Scripture and often I have heard a small voice directing me to places in the Bible…even to places that I do not have in my Bible. The reason I apologize for bothering you is that 23 was the number that used to come out of all kinds of places that I couldn’t help but notice as if my senses were being tweaked and my eyes diverted at times to different places that has 23. Then it graduated to sometimes 11, 23 and now for a couple of years it has been 7, 23. I have read the numbers you have on this page but I am not as intellectually minded and have been struggling to understand what these numbers may mean when put together. Could you please walk me through this? I thank you so much. Liz

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    1. Timothy J. Sakach

      The meanings of the Hebrew numbers and the system of numbers tells about the creation processes. Each level 1-9, 10-90, and 100-900 is a plain of existence and a level of manifestation. Simply put is the process of “plan”, “prototype”, “final product.” We are at the cusp of understanding what life is all about. The plan was created before anything else. That result was Knowledge on a high plain that can be revealed to us, should EL desire. The “prototype” or “pattern” is Man. Yahushua revealed the process of moving from flesh to immortality. The Final Manifestation is the Sons of EL, which Man will become just like Man’s Brother did. Please understand in Genesis 5 both Adam and Eve were called Man. Now when we look at the combination of Hebrew numbers there are some interesting revelations concerning the Hebrew language. When we read or hear Hebrew we are hearing the Wisdom contained in the letters and numbers. For example, the combination 555 represents the female part of Creation. 666 represents the male part of Creation, and 777 represents the product of the male and female: the Sons of EL. The only way you can use numbers like 11, 23 is to convert them to 10 and 1, and 20 and 3. Then read each letter’s meaning and see if that means anything. The number 7, of course, has its own meaning and is part of 700, 70, 7. Man’s number is 600, 60, 6, etc and is called the “number of man” in Revelation 13. Let me know if what you find means anything to you at this time.

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  10. Michael

    I would like your opinion on the concepts offered by the following website. http://www.thechronicleproject.org/ Basically, they espouse that the Hebrew letters have specific meanings, and the sum of the individual meanings (concepts) support and define the Hebrew word they spell out. This makes the language different than any other developed by man. It means that the language, the meaning of words, cannot change, unlike all other languages. It suggests that there are 22 letters, representing 22 concepts, and that all language can be assembled and communicated using combinations of the 22. In other words, we have 22 marbles in our brains, and everything we conceive and understand can be boiled down to the 22. I’ll leave the other conclusions of the significance to you. They’re staggering. best regards

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    1. Timothy J. Sakach

      I examined the web site and found that it was still “under construction.” However, there was some material that seemed to tell much about their approach. Jeff Benner who founded the Ancient Hebrew Research Center actually is more accurate than the Chronicle Project. Here is the problem that I think will prevent them from reaching the success they envision. If you look closely at the web site you will find that they are using the Chaldean characters. These were a product, not from Israel, but rather from Babylon. Jeff Benner has written about the use of roots in the construction of the language. But Jeff also recognized that there is a significant difference between the esoteric meanings of the Chaldean letters as compared with the Early-Hebrew letters. For example, the aleph letter in Early Hebrew is the “head of an ox.” This means “a strong powerful leader” or “a mighty one.” It is not sufficient to provide a character that does not resemble anything like the Chaldean aleph. You could take a look at any Chaldean letter and not be able to imagine anything from them. The early Hebrew was created to not only form words but also to create holographic images. The esoteric meaning of the Chaldean letters is far removed from the meaning of Early Hebrew pictographs. Using Chaldean letters resembles the act of taking the Babylonian calendar along with the names of its months and calling that “sacred.” It is really pagan and idolatrous to do so. So it will be in the case of the Chronicle Project. Their theory about the “root” is true, but the meanings that come from Chaldea are not. Here is a piece of Early Hebrew from the cover of Jeff Benner’s book Ancient Hebrew Torah. The Name ELOHIM appears three times in this text: (Hint: the three words that start with an “ox head.” (reading from left to right.) Early Hebrew

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    1. Timothy J. Sakach, Ph.D.

      In the context of the esoteric meanings of the Hebrew letters, the number 3 is a little hard to understand. It represents “Aleph” in “Beth” where Beth is a “container” or “house” and “Aleph” is all the properties of the Almighty. If we look at the creation as a representation of the thoughts of EL, then the thoughts of EL are contained within the creation. This in essence is what is meant by the number 3 and the letter Gimel.

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    1. Timothy J. Sakach, Ph.D.

      Actually, all of the prophecies given to Ezekiel are for our time. And part of what Ezekiel had to do was to point out that the House of Israel (the northern kingdom) and the House of Judah (the southern kingdom) did in fact go into captivity. This was to illustrate to those same people today (Western Civilization) that they face the same fate. I cannot say if this prophecy indicates the beginning of one of the three and half year periods. It is a very direct prophecy against the modern day “House of Israel.” Even in the United States, the people are looked upon as meat in the pot and our government only views us a political fodder (coarse food).

      You have increased your slain in this city (Washington DC), and filled its street with the slain (the citizens). Therefore thus said the Master Yahua, “Your slain whom you have laid in its midst, they are the meat, and this city is the cooking pot. But I shall bring you out of the midst of it. (The people will be delivered from the tyranny of oppressive government.) You (speaking to the city and the politicians) have feared the sword, and I bring a sword upon you.” declares the Master Yahua. “And I shall bring you out of its midst, and give you into the hands of strangers, and execute judgments on you. By the sword you fall. At the border of Ysrael I judge you. And you shall know that I am Yahua (the One who exists). This city is not your cooking pot, nor are you the meat in its midst. At the border of Ysrael I judge you. And You shall know that I am Yahua, for you have not walked in My Laws nor executed My right-rulings, but have done according to the rulings of the gentiles, which are all around you.”

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  11. Rejavik

    what does 777 mean? Does it really mean salvation by the cross or does it mean something else entirely? Other texts have mentioned as a sacred number in various of cultures yet, in Christianity there is no specific meaning, but it seems to be the numebr of choice for a number of people. I would much obliged if you can enlighten me on this number, does it really mean the definition given? Thank you very much.

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    1. Timothy J. Sakach, Ph.D.

      If you look at the letters above you will see the meaning that can be applied to “777.” This is actuall 700 + 70 + 7. The act of creation requires conception. In other words, two forces must join to produce a third. Unfortunately, the religions, including Christianity do not look at the relationship between conception and creation. To them the act of conception is usually viewed as sin or uncleanness! Seven is used often in Scripture. It is the length of the a “week.” It is the day of creation complete. It also plays a large role in the events of the end of ages or “end times.” The prophecy of Daniel 9 also known as the 70 weeks prophecy does not foretell the “ministry of Jesus.” Instead it tells about the end of the sixth and seventh ages. It shows that the Seven Weeks of Enoch’s vision is not completed until the end of the seventh age — the time in which we now live. Daniel’s vision and Enoch’s vision tell of something that nearly everyone fails to see. The end of the sixth age was marked by (1) a man ascends, (2) the temple burned, and (3) the people dispersed. The man who ascended was Yahua/Yahushua to whom all power in heaven and on earth has been given. Yahua had to come in the flesh because He was the other party in the life and death covenant. This was between Him and the people of Israel — the sons of Jacob. Because they people failed to kept their part of the contract — He came to His own and paid their debt for them. In doing that He purchased all the people because Israel was acting in proxy for all the rest of the people. The agreed to be Kings and Priests to all the world. (Exodus 19) This covenant was made on the 15th day of the third month, which was the Feast of Firstfruits. It was also called the Feast of Weeks because it would have been the first day of the Eighth Week. Saven weeks were marked off after the Feast of Unleavened Bread to the end of the Sabbath, just prior to the Feast of Firstfruits. From Daniel’s prophecies and from John’s Revelation. it appears that the three woes are divided into three and a half year periods. However, only the last three and a half years are marked as the Great Tribulation that ends when Yahua’s feet stand on the Mount of Olive (Zechariah 14). The sixth age ended in a three and a half year revolt under the leadership of a FALSE Messiah Simon Bar Kochba and that led to the dispersion of the people of Judah. The Seventh age will also end with a three and half year period. However, the last year of that “time” may be cut short. OK, there is a lot of information in those few sentences. But here is the point. We in the midst of a “creation” process that was conceived in the mind of EL (1 – 9) . Our time is only the first manifestation (10 – 90) of that “concept.” The next age begins the time of 100 – 900 or the Final Manifestation where all will learn why they were given life in the first manifestation. If you look at the meaning of the numbers 7 + 70 + 700, you will see the pattern of “conception” which in this case “form follows thought.” But here we are not looking at our thoughts but the thoughts of EL. But in the final manifestation we, all of us, we be brought to the point where we, too, have the thought of EL as our thoughts, and we will create in righteousness and truth.

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    1. Timothy Sakach, Ph.D.

      Because of this particular page, I get asked questions like this frequently. And although the number 519 might mean someting to you, because it is not a Hebrew word, it is doubtful that this page can provide any meaning. The numbers associated with the Hebrew “alephbeth” were used for counting and for providing a way for the scribes to check their words by using digit sums for each line they copied. This same technique is used today to send information such as this across the internet. Each “packet” of information is assigned a “digit sum” so that when it arrives at a destination, the digit sum is recalculated and compared to the sum initially calculated. If those don’t match, then a request is sent back to resend the packet. The problem with trying to assign a “meaning” to a number is very different from trying to calculate a number of a word. Not every language can do that, for exmple, English shows no relationship between words and numbers, whereas Hebrew and Greek do. One of the interesting studies related to Scripture is the value of words. Obviously, when words in Hebrew are related to root words, then there is a numerical relationship as well. Also the Hebrew “pictographic” letters of paleo-Hebrew also convey meaning through the images that make up the letters. There is also a tradition that comes through a mystical relationship with Hebrew that has given additional meanings to each of the letters. This carries a message of the plan of Elohim (1 – 9), the present state of that plan (10-90), and the ultimate fulfillment of the plan in human life (100 – 900 ). To try to make meanings of a particular number is a departure from what can be obtained through this page. You can look at the letters above and find letters with the value 500 and 10 and 9, and that is about as far as one can safely go. FINAL CAPH: The final attainment of individual existence as conceived at the beginning. YOD is a symbol of what exists in a steady state, continuity. TETH The symbol of the initial female energy. That gives birth to the creation.

      Now this seems to tell us that the final attainment of individual existence will be realized in the future , not during this time (this steady state), and the future attainment will conform to what was originally designed to come about by the act of giving birth to the new creation.

      Hence, “we must be born again” to live in the Kingdom of Elohim (God). To be the children of Elohim, we must be conceived and born of Him, which is not a flesh and blood thing, but something of the Spirit, and is is something that will happen in the future — after the resurrection.

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  12. Dr. J. Barrett

    Dear Sir, I am fascinated by your work in this field. I discovered your web pages while rather idly researching something for my latest novel. I’m a writer and journalist (if that is not a contradiction in terms) but I’m quite hooked by your web pages and intend to add Hebrew to my studies, something I’ve felt lacking in my learning for some years now. I had actually been looking for the Hebrew verse concerning Cain killing Abel and wonder if you could tell me; a) What is the closest English approximation to the words Cain, kills, and Abel. Present tense. Also what is the English approximation of the Hebraic “mercy seat”? b) Could these various words be codified in the form of numbers and what might these be? I am thinking of the NT Apocalyptic designation of Caesar Nero (Kaisar Neron – in Koine) as 666. Q =100, s=60, r=200, N=50,r=200,W (omega)= 6, n=50. adding up to the infamous 666. I am led to believe that there is an extra-Torah tradition, (would it be in the Mishna?) which specifies that Cain cut his brother’s throat. As a youth, at university, reading philology, I had to study elements of Hebraic influences on languages generally and I seem to remember that scribes could check the accuracy of lines of text, and even individual words, by cross-checking against traditional numerical parallels. Thus if the wrong count occurred in, say the third line of a text in Exodus, an error in copying would be indicated. Your help would be greatly appreciated. Joe Barrett

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    1. Timothy Sakach, Ph.D.

      Dr. Barrett, Unless you have another source of information about this subject, I found nothing in the value of Cain (QYN) or 810 to lead to any conclusions about the famed 666 number. Also the word translated “slay” or “killed” (HRG) is translated from the word meaning to “trample” or “the trampling underfoot with the intent to kill.” The same root is also used to describe the work by oxen when they “trample” (YRG) the grain while pulling a “sledge.” Apparently, “kicking or stomping on a man when he is down” could describe this kind of “slaying” or “murder.” But there is more reference to the root word “thought” (RG), than to the method of killing or murder. It also has to do with weaving (“the weaving of thoughts”) and could be a root of our word “rug” (ARG). The Book of Jasher says this concerning how Cain killed Abel:

      And Cain hastened and rose up, and took the iron part of his ploughing instrument, with which he suddenly smote his brother and slew him, and Cain spilt the blood of his brother Abel upon the earth, and the blood of Abel streamed upon the earth before his flock. Jasher 10:25.

      The English for Cain is “brought forth” or “acquired.” The proper name “Abel” means “morning mist.” The “mercy seat” comes from the root word “KPR” that is used in reference to YOM KPR. It is a “lid” for covering. In the service on the 10th day of the seventh month, the high priest covers the head of the goat appointed for Azazel with his hands and confesses over it the responsibility for the sins of the people. Azazel from Enoch’s account is the messenger who led the people of the world astray prior to the great flood. Unfortunately, the actual meaning of this High Day and Fast got lost in the translation. In the 16th century CE it became known as the “Day of Atonement.” It is really a day of “covering” and placing the blame for the deception and sin of the world where it belongs. Azazel was mistranslated as “scapegoat,” which also led to even more confusion. The name “Azazel” is very interesting and fits nicely into the actions outlined in Leviticus 16. The silent “Gh” is the first letter (Gh). The word comes from the meaning “twisted, perverse, amiss, crooked, trouble, wrong, and wicked.” It is also used in the root word that means “guilt” — the “result of twisted actions.” And finally, it also is the word for “goat!” As far as the numbers go (115), the meaning of the numbers seems to indicate the sowing of the seeds of deception and giving birth to something that lasts for a long time. In other words, the twisted and perverse teachings and knowledge brought by that “goat” and all the guilt associated with that wickedness and deception has put itself in the place of EL. The knowledge brought by Azazel still forms the basis of the world and its ways. It was carried through the flood by Noah’s sons, Ham and Japheth, and adopted by the offspring of the righteous branch when they decided to learn and follow how the other nations governed themselves and worshiped their gods. Concerning the NT and the influence of Greek on Theology, I place little value. When I first studied Greek, I thought it was exciting to read the NT in that language. But since then I have seen that there were two factions in the NT: the Jewish apostles, and Paul (with Luke, Mark, and Timothy). I believe that Paul is responsible for cobbling together the words of the NT and probably destroying the original Hebrew and Aramaic documents. However, John (Yohannan) later wrote the Revelation with direct spiritual help and encoded in that book words that tell the story about how Paul the Pharisee, and his followers corrupted the people in the manner of Azazel and Balaam! Interestingly there are different versions of Revelation and of the whole NT. One version spells out in long form “six hundred sixty and six.” Another (koine) uses three Greek letters for 666, but the use of those letters is only possible with the modern Greek alphabet that has 27 letters, like the Hebrew. If those same letters were the classic Greek, then the sum would be 540 or 456 depending on when the extra letters were added. However, those same letters in Hebrew would be mem, samekh, and vav. I think the understanding of 666 is still ahead of us. Using digit sums to check for scribal errors is interesting. That would mean that each line was separate and unique. However, the NT was a hack job, as the Christian scribes were not highly trained and dedicated scribes. Scribal entries and additions are present in the Hebrew Scriptures, but usually understandable and limited to geographic names, etc. Hope this helps, Tim Sakach

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      1. Peter Welsford

        Dear Tim Sakach ~ You say: “we must be born again” to live in the Kingdom of Elohim (God). To be the children of Elohim, we must be conceived and born of Him, which is not a flesh and blood thing, but something of the Spirit, and is is something that will happen in the future — after the resurrection. You also refer to the Book of Revelations where ‘EL’ occurs frequently ~ please can you tell me in which version is this? Not as I see it, in the King James Version but, ~ are you referring to some Greek or Hebrew as distinct from The Vulgate version? Could you give references? I shall be very interested in your answer. Best Peter Welsford Reply

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        1. Timothy J. Sakach, Ph.D.

          Peter, Actually, I did not say that. I quoted statements made in the third chapter of John’s gospel. And although being born again will happen in the future, it will happen at the resurrection, where some will be raised to eternal life and others to judgment. Coming back from the grave would certainly be experienced as being “born again,” would it not? What languages were used to write the Scriptures? If Hebrew, then Hebrew words and idioms must be understood. For certain, Latin, as in the Vulgate, was not an original language, was it? And only portions of the “New Testament,” mainly Paul’s letters and the Book of Revelation were written originally in Greek. And the Book of Revelation was written by one whose primary language was Hebrew. When it comes to the names of the Almighty, Hebrew is the model as it has more Names for expressing the properties of the Creator and of EL. Whereas Greek and Latin have only one abstract name for which every person on earth has a definition. Hebrew, on the other hand, has many concrete Names that bring focus to the Beings and Powers. For the most part I use The Scriptures translation from the Institute for Scripture Research of South Africa. It is not without problems, particularly in the New Testament. They seemed to consistently translate “Theos” (singular) with “Elohim” (plural). This is inconsistent with Hebrew where specific Names are used appropriately for the most part. The only place where inconsistency shows in the Hebrew is in the Psalms (Aseph) that were added after the exile of the House of Judah in Babylonia. The church has a problem with both the Hebrew and the Greek, which they consider to have “crucified” the Vulgate. A shocking confession of ignorance and arrogance considering that Latin is not an original language for the Scriptures. Because the Hebrew and Greek are readily available, copies of these along with Jeff Benner’s books on Hebrew would serve as excellent reference material. Hope this helps.

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  13. Timothy Sakach

    The noun “science” means “having knowledge” or, more simply, “the state of knowing.” The “scientific method” was only recently adopted (1854) by scholars to restrict knowledge to only that which can be “proven” through experimentation, and even more restrictive, only by those who have been approved to have knowledge. This, however, was not how the sages understood knowledge. Our fathers found that “knowing” could also come by revelation from a spiritual, or to most people, from unseen but very real sources, which acted both externally and internally through dreams, visions, direct spiritual contact with messengers, meditation, and spiritual guidance. Science to them was divided into two types: higher and lower. Lower knowledge is acquired through art, research, study, discussions, and from opinions (the worst source of knowledge.) For example, polls do not establish facts but only what people think are facts. The fact that the masses could be mistaken is hard for some to comprehend. But higher knowledge leads to greater and greater understanding of the True Reality. There are several articles in this blog that used higher knowledge to come to true science of past and present events. For example, the separation of the waters in Genesis 1 was the result of cosmic dust clouds entering our solar system causing the sun to consume massive quantities of the small particles and give off sufficient heat to cause the waters to boil and separate. Higher knowledge revealed that the event happened. Lower knowledge provided an explanation and evidence. Another example of the combination of higher and lower knowledge is the reduction of physical life span and the prophesied restoration of long life. The waters above the earth provided a shield of sufficient density to reduce the speed of gamma rays to the level where they could not change nitrogen in the troposphere into radiocarbon or C14. Carbon provides the primary link in the DNA backbone. If some of that carbon is radiocarbon, then the DNA breaks down as a result of radiocarbon changing back to nitrogen. The DNA is no longer capable of exactly reproducing copies of the genetic material. This shortens life span and increases the speed at which we age. Prophecies (higher knowledge/science) reveal that life span will be restored in the future, after the earth undergoes another event that restores the water in the upper atmosphere or stratosphere consequent to another cosmic dust cloud entering our solar system. This happens prior to the resurrection of those who died. Higher knowledge reveals that some will be raised and given immortal bodies, while others will be given new, clean bodies that will last for hundreds of years. Modern science cannot explain or even understand how these conclusions can be derived. These are the product of a combination of higher and lower knowledge. Current scientific thought does not allow higher knowledge as part of the process of their science. Hence their ability “to know” is disabled, as some are beginning to recognize.

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  14. cecilia

    Wow! There are so many of us, who would have thought? Yes, I agree that once you get to a certain level of knowledge, the urge to express it is so immense it feels like it it’s bad for your health if you hold it in. The current global atmosphere is pregnant with an explosion of new understanding of the Torah. I am amazed at how science has finally found the names for it and the ways to observe these concepts. I find the Torah everywhere I look, being proven to me as a definite blueprint of creation. To me it is like the Information Theory that runs our barcode. The Torah seems to be the most complete contraction of a universal system that runs the entire universe. If only we can bridge create a rosetta stone between the physical sciences and the science of the Torah (I believe it is a science), we may be able to make it easier for people who do not have have the desire to pursue its mysteries to see it for it is. It is an incredible gift to mankind!

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  15. JFH

    Your explanation cuts deep across the grain in my deepest self. What you saw in the number are my biggest failures as a Child of God. I struggle constantly to read the Word, and to pray and communicate with God, and to follow his revealed will in my life. I truly do strive in the path of David, not to boast myself, but to point out the pattern of neglect of the Holy Conscience, the failures resulting from poor decisions, the low points in which I am forced to look at last to Him who has the power to restore, and the brief period of obeisance and learning until my feet stray once more. The worst of all is that my folly is never done in ignorance, and I have thrust wisdom from myself, though what you know spiritually never leaves you. “Men love the darkness,” and I wish I could say better of myself, but the mirror of truth is hardly flattering. The number is trigonometric in nature, the first four numerals in the decimal representation of the sine and cosine of 45. The number three also appears frequently, although I understand that this is a universal phenomenon. I found it very interesting that you and your family have had similar experiences with recurring numbers, and what you said about the drop in revelation after you feel you determined a specific meaning assigned to the number 1111 fits with what I see as a common principal in my own life. It seems to me that when you accepted meaning for that number, you subconsciously began to look for its specific manifestation in reality, and your brain could possibly be passing over the number when it surfaces, automatically translating it into its assigned meaning. When you read a book, do you identify every letter, word, phrase, and sentence, or do you see, hear, and feel the story as it unfolds, often times looking back and wondering if you were reading at all? Or when driving, I know I have experienced, as well as others I have talked to, a lapse in memory, wondering how I had arrived at a certain location, not remembering having driven over certain sections of road. This ability to proceed subconsciously without much mental effort usually is what keeps us from seeing a specific word in a book or passage in the Bible we are trying to recall, or causes us to drive past an address we stop at on a regular basis. It is the same with many different things, and the idea is that when you search for something specific, and you are picturing that thing in your mind, you may very well see the thing dozens of times before you recognize it, and usually you can find everything but what you were really looking for. I call it the “Lego Theory” after the building block toys my brother and I used to play with as boys. I realized that if I wasn’t looking for something in particular, I was more apt to find it, although I rarely possessed the focus needed to trick my subconsciousness into thinking I was looking for something else, or nothing in particular at all. I don’t know the circumstances, but your statement seemed to bring that possibility to my attention. I really appreciate your reply, and look forward to learning more from this site in the future. I definitely feel encouraged and your connections are certainly pointing in the same direction as my own previous convictions. I had a feeling that 7071 held some meaning for my life, and am delighted to see it from a spiritual perspective. I personally believe that something as eternal as a number has countless meanings and faces, like the truths found in scripture that cast a different shadow in every situation.

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  16. Timothy Sakach

    As strange as it may sound, yes, I have had a similar experience but with a different number. But this happened not only to me but also to other members of my family, that is, with the same number. But first, 7071. It is obviously a sequence: 70, 71. Because this page contains the Hebrew letters and their numbers, I guess we should stay with what is here. It is interesting that there could be only two letters used in this sequence Aleph = 1 and Ayin = 70. The double use of Ayin could be considered as emphasis on that letter and that the Aleph is supportive. Ayin from the above study represents the EYE from which LIGHT can be seen by others. If you are a LIGHT person, others sensitive to that could see that in you. So from this we learn “That LIFE either physical or spiritual comes from the same process [creation]” or source. The Scriptures show that LIFE comes from the Creator and LIFE was what was intended from the very beginning. The OX represents the strength of the Creator. In the Creator/Eyahuwah/Eyahushuah was “LIFE and the LIFE was the LIGHT of Mankind.” From John 1. It would seem to me, if I can compare that with my own experience that the Creator is trying to encourage you to open your heart and mind to receive messages and instruction from His resources, that is from the LIFE, the LIGHT, and from the Spirit. Interestingly, the LARGE ALEPH has the value of 1,000, but that is not mentioned above. The 7071 number written as (7 * 1000) + 70 + 1 is another combination. Here the Zayin is multiplied by the LARGE ALEPH putting much greater emphasis on the MIND of the Creator. The Zayin is a mattock or hand-plow, which shows that plowing is necessary before seed can be sown. The seed, of course, comes from the Creator and when it takes root, physical and spiritual creation commences. This coincides with our position in this life. If we are called, then we should be plowed earth into which MUCH SEED can be sown that will produce LIFE and LIGHT that will continue forever. At least that is what I see in that number. This is a powerful number and is hope-filled. David prayed, “Create in me a clean heart and renew a right-spirit within me.”

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  17. JFH

    I have been obsessed with the number 7071 for years and can’t find anything to back up its relevance. Have you ever encountered the number and does it stand out to you at all?

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  18. Timothy Sakach

    The best I can do for you is to direct you to page 18 of Jeff Benner’s book, The Ancient Hebrew Lexicon of the Bible. The shin/sin letter is a modern Hebrew invention, and the difference between the two is a Masoretic vowel marking (dot) on either the left(s) or right (sh) at the top of the shin. Samech/Sin are in many instances interchangeable in both modern and ancient Hebrew.

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  19. Cláudio

    Thank you for your information, but i want to know why exist two different quantities letters (22 or 23). In one BIG book i found, Aleph-Taw (22 letters), but in another one i found a information with 23 letters (Aleph-Taw) with another letter (letter SIN). Letter (Sin) 21 (This Letter not apear in some books) Letter (shin) 22 Letter (Taw) 23 When the letter (sin) apear, the letter (Taw) are refered to be a 23 number and not a 22 number. And in another place (ancient Hebrew language book) i saw the letter sin (21) refered such as Samekh. Best Regards Mr. Vasconcelos.

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  20. Timothy Sakach

    Shin (21) and Sin (21) are the same letter with different pronunciations. The last letter is Tau(22), not Sin. There are 22 letters in the Hebrew “Alephbeth.” As noted above, the additional 5 “finals” bring the total to 27.

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  21. Mr. Vasconcelos, Cláudio,de.

    I am learning Hebraic language and i wish to get some information, if it´s possible. In Hebraic Language there is a letter (sin) (Number -21) letter, after Resh (Number – 20) and before (22) Shin. But in your paper, the Hebrew letters coming until 22 without letter “Sin”. Do you know what the principle of this diference.

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  22. Timothy Sakach, Ph.D.

    The number 18 is made of yod (10) and cheth (8). This would seem to tie your hand and your mind together, which would indicate that new thoughts, not yet manifested, will require the work of your hands before the ideas will come to fruition. It also means that the Creator has an abundance of undisclosed and not yet manifested plans that will require the work of Creation in the future. The word “hai” or “hay” formed from these letters is most often translated “life” and represents the “state of living” as opposed to the “state of death.” In other words, “only the living can design and create.” The dead, as the Scripture says, “know nothing” and therefore cannot produce anything.

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  23. elbesino

    As to radiocarbon issues…many people don’t realize just how much danger our physical bodies are in when exposed to the effects of radioactive C14, which is a result of gamma rays. One could make a case for the reason behind our relatively short lifespan (when compared to the pre-flood people, if their lifespans are to be taken literally) as being exposure to sudden increased levels of radioactive c14. Even using relatively small atomic bombs releases huge amounts of gamma rays across a broad range, with long lasting effects, maybe even affecting us genetically. (Now, with the depletion of the ozone layer, THAT could lead to the catastrophic scenarios you mention; just keep in mind that we believe in the absolute control by the Father over all of His creation. If ever in the past something similar occurred that caused the floodgates of heaven to open, one has to keep in mind that it was PURPOSED by Him. Then, one has to keep in mind that He either loves us or values the flesh a whole lot less than we, whom He created, do! And if reason says “Well, it’s not like you weren’t warned”, then I say, “He KILLS — BUT HE MAKES ALIVE, which turns back to my premise that reality is in the spirit, and what we call reality, is nothing more than a physical manifestation of that reality.) However, when I mentioned the reliability of older texts, it is not C14 data that is used to establish the age of the documents. That would be futile, since there are no surviving manuscripts anyway from any distant age. The best we have are things that have been copied and recopied and copied again and again. Although scribes have been meticulous in their work, even the bible is fraught with errors. It takes what is called “textual criticism” to determine probable writing dates and authorship. This is, however, as inexact as C14 science, requiring extensive comparative analysis of surviving documents, language, its use, and cross-references between all contemporary historical texts to establish an age. That said, that means to me that we cannot be sure of the authenticity of a writing attributed to anyone. Many people — including well meaning scribes — changed words and letters (inadvertently or intentionally) so nowhere do we have any authoritative manuscript that we can assess as something to be confident in. Add to that pseudographic and pseudonymous writings, writings where someone CLAIMED to be a “weightier” writer than themselves, and you can see the problems multiply. However, to me, the very nature of mystical writings is open to just about anyone’s guess. Of modern Cabbalists, which can trace their best teachings to anything but oral tradition, which should be superior, assuming good memory? Be all that as it may, you and I are still correct in recognizing that somewhere, the Law of God is available to us. What can we do but weigh the evidence and decide? Morality is difficult to pin down; aside from believing one “sacred” text over another, the really best thing left to us is to examine ourselves, wouldn’t you agree? Somewhere, sometime, we have to trust in what we believe; mankind, as a whole, recognizes some things without the need for a set of written rules, things like “do not murder”, “do not steal”. In our best thinking, the highest thought we can think is this: There is One God, and none else. He is Love, He is Light, He is Truth. To love Him and to love one another MUST be the WAY, when all else might come into question.

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  24. Timothy Sakach, Ph.D.

    I will try to respond to your statements a piece at a time. First, regarding what happened that required the flood — from a scientific and less spiritual perspective. Adam started with an incredibly rich gene pool. Within him and his wife was such a rich selection of possibilities that it is hard for us to even imagine what might come. Then if you add to the mix, that the Watchers came and took human form and cohabited with women and produced the giants, “men of destruction” (from the Stone Edition of the Tanakh), we suddenly have the sons and daughters of Adam sharing the same physical space with cannibalistic giants – human-like creatures more than 300 feet tall. Furthermore, the animals, creeping things, and birds also had rich genes and produced many large and powerful creatures that also threatened life on earth. Given these conditions, what then was the purpose of the flood? It was the great culling out of both humans and other creatures to produce people that wouldn’t kill each other off in a short time. The first age before the flood was one of righteousness and understanding. The second age was full of wickedness and destruction that threatened all life on the planet. So two things had to happen for the survival of the life on earth: 1) the destruction of life threatening wicked humans, human-like creatures, animals that fed upon other animals and people, and any other life threatening creature. From all that existed a righteous man and his family were spared along with a collection of clean and unclean animals that would not threaten life. The rest were killed or culled out. 2) The flood resulted from great stores of water in the stratosphere coming back down to the earth. This opened the way for gamma rays to infiltrate the troposphere and produce relatively high levels of radiocarbon that found its way into the DNA of all living creatures, hence shortening the lifespan from nearly 1,000 years down to 120 years. Abraham died an old man full of years when he was less than 200 years old! We are now at a point in time when all life on earth is threatened again by wicked rulers and nations who want to remove and destroy all the righteous (from all nations) along with all of the chosen or elect (those who came from Jacob.) You asked what would happen if the moment of the change was “tomorrow.” The answer is that the time will be the moment when we all wake up tomorrow and find out we are all dead. It will come down to that. “If those days were not cut short, there would be no life left on the earth!” In order for the earth to return to the life-supporting state as originally intended, then there needs to be catastrophic change of such scope that the waters on earth would boil and return to the stratosphere in order to protect new life from harmful and life shortening radiocarbon. “Moon turn to blood, sun darkened, stars disappear or appear to fall from the sky.” This is the description of a great cosmic dust cloud entering our solar system and being sucked into the sun causing it to throw out tremendous heat waves reaching even to Mars causing waters there to come to the surface again. Given this prophesied picture, where then is our hope? It is in the resurrection. And not only that when we are raised we either receive an immortal body as Jesus received, or we receive a brand new uncontaminated body without the debilitating effects of contamination. And more, we are raised to live in a world where the righteous are in charge, and the wicked rulers either give up their power or they face certain death to wait in their graves, along with the wicked who wanted to kill the righteous and elect, for the second resurrection. So given this picture: What should we be doing and who should we be? Those who just party around and have a good time until this comes? Or those who realize the great importance of living the eternal life now so that we can obtain the better resurrection? This information will be carried to my next blog on the Resurrection.

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  25. elbesino

    Back to the topic at hand, I do find it very credible that there had to be “ancient science” that probably even predates the Flood. It wouldn’t surprise me to learn that as a result of the Flood, knowledge that we had (aside from any carried by Noah & Family) would have been lost. “How-some-ever”, to quote a farmer friend, it is in the way the mind “sees” the events written from Adam to the beginning of Jesus’ ministry that causes problems. I think from your own studies of sacred geometry & the “tree of life” we can see that there is mostly “similitude” in the text we know as the bible. More correct, the story of any given event is already, and should be presumed to be, allegorical in nature. On the other hand, this is not to imply that certain events did not occur, but that they occurred, and were recorded, suggests deeper, spiritual meanings. We would be wise, when learning from those books, to remember that. I think you know that already; otherwise, you would be recommending that we all grab a little blood and sprinkle it on an ear, a thumb, and a toe, in order to “understand spiritually”. Your posts are fascinating in that everything fits nicely. There is a sense of urgency, as if what you’ve learned via the Kabbalah and its esoteric meanings as they are applied to today’s age. I enjoy what you are teaching because these spiritual truths are being revealed (and not by you alone); however (and this of course may be my own fault) I fail to yet understand the ultimate message you are trying to convey. Well, that’s not quite true (and this is in no way criticism, for we are not far apart after all); see, you are revealing sacred meanings of ancient knowledge: something is about to occur. We must learn to put away the superstitious, religious stuff that weighs us down and begin to understand what the heck is truly going to happen with us. Every human being with a conscience on this planet, every one that is not in such darkness that he would curse and spit in the face of God anyway, wants to know what all this means to both “types” of people. Personally, I believe things from a far simpler position; I believe that the “Son of God” means you and me and Mabel down the road in the soup line and everybody in front of and behind her — ALL of humanity. I believe that we will be resurrected, but it’s impossible for me to say that it would happen in the same body as the one we lived in (for what of my great grandfather’s body, dust or bones that it is?); that’s why I believe that our consciousness (or mind, our personality, our soul, whatever one wants to call it) will be raised IN FACT as opposed to the way things are seen now in secular Christianity (which is, “we’ll see each other in the sweet bye and bye…Hi, grandma! Hi, Adam!”). As to “wickedness in men”, how will we be judged? We are already judged worthy of death (our very “wages”, for “it is given unto men once to die, and then the judgment”). Would a Jeffrey Dahmer be sentenced again to death? I think not. Recall that the Potter makes both vessels, to serve both purposes, one for clean, sacred service, the other for not so clean things (think waste buckets) So is a lack of knowledge of “the right path” going to result in individual humans not receiving eternal life? How say you? I think perhaps I’m just biting at the bit anticipating you telling us what all this means in plain language. Surely we must FAST understand who we are; if we are in the last few NATURAL years of the Age, and we’re still alive, well, that’s the problem. Let me ask you this: what do you see from your own understanding will happen if the moment was, say, tomorrow. Provide for me the line of demarcation between those who seek the “face” of God, and those who don’t, so that I may understand the critical importance of this knowledge as you see it. Brother Timothy, believe me when I say, with all the love in my heart, that spiritual understanding IS to be desired, and has a most definite consequence to us and “the heavens” — the realms of spirits. Yet just as He blinded His people, He will illuminate them. Correct me if I’m wrong in your view, but I think what you are saying is this: that we should learn the sacred, ancient things in order to PROVIDE that illumination to the blind; so that we not BE “the blind, leading the blind” whereby we both fall into a pit. And may I say, EXCELLENT audio work! Give us more!

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  26. elbesino

    It’s really amazing how quickly these things happen: I no sooner posted my comment than I got a book in the mail, “The Secret Doctrine of the Kabbalah” by Leonora Leet (which I ordered from eBay). A fast reading of the introduction and a few pages into Part I and my viewpoint changed. Whenever I read texts (such as Enoch) — indeed, whenever I hear someone speak or act — I see/hear beyond or behind the words. This is a result of my learning experiences as opposed to any “mystic” training, which I’ve not had. So I automatically now tend to look at what I might call “spiritual” meanings. But it is my lack of education (I have no degrees)which hinders my instruction. I believe that for people like yourself, Dr. Leet, and Dr. Stephen E. Jones (of gods-kingdom.org), you have had opportunities that I did not or could not take advantage of. Not that I consider myself less equal; my self education might rival others in more traditional schools, but I perceive holes as a result, holes that leads sometimes to erroneous conclusions. But my reliance on the discernment given to me has been proven over and over specifically because I recognize I have to try harder to fill those voids and avoid error. What am I saying? That I don’t give as much weight to authors/scribes/writers of the past as much as I do to those of the present. There seems to be so much superstition abounding in those writings, and the people of this age believe superstitiously. But an informed, educated person who is able to view those texts NOT FROM A POV OF studying “ancient literature” (“oh, those ancient Hebrews, ha ha”), but from a point of view of studying that literature or writings from a SPIRITUAL standpoint, gets my attention. So I imagine someone writing (Enoch or someone else) and I think “he’s writing from some superstitious background, a ‘flat earth’ mentality” etc. But you and Dr. Leet and others are writing from a more modern perspective, and this perspective, this pov, usually leads to a more secular understanding (“there is no god”); so it is refreshing to me to find a more spiritual understanding. Less superstition, with a higher conceptual understanding, thus this brings you and others like you to a higher level. And this brings the ancients UP to our level, rather than we to theirs — and perhaps displays to us how little we DO know! If that makes any sense. In other words, you give credibility to what otherwise might have been overlooked by someone like me, who otherwise would have dismissed these “ancient” texts as so much hocus-pocus. The division of the world’s people into “those who understand” and “those who don’t” is the same thing I also claim, though I say “those who are carnal-minded” and “those who aren’t”. The freedom to love my brothers (whichever place they stand) comes from He who has given rise in my mind to think He loves and does not hate; that what we call “salvation” is much deeper in meaning than “secular religionists” believe. I do not call myself a mystic, but just a few nights ago I had a powerful experience. I’d been doing some research into the Ebionites (as you recall I mentioned to you via email) and came across someone who claimed to be “Jacob/James, the brother of Jesus” in a past life. Normally, this causes me to roll my eyes in disbelief, because typically there are many quacks out there who make such claims — and they are never “Joe, a security guard at Wal-Mart in my past life”…they are almost ALWAYS somebody very special. But I understood this fellow, calling himself the brother of Jesus (whether he meant it literally or not, which he seemed to mean literally), because even as John the Baptist was “Elias (Elijah), if you can accept this”, I believe that these men DO live in a different realm, and why can’t they inhabit a body today? I don’t believe “angels” to be winged beings, but aren’t they, anyway? In a much more esoteric way? Angels are messengers; they appear as men. And this fellow IS the brother of Jesus — we all are, I think. At any rate, there was quite a bit of information from this fellow. That night I suddenly began “praying” (that word has lost so much meaning!) in a powerful way, in a way I’d never experienced. I had a dream immediately following: battling a serpent-figure, cutting its head off, having a devouring lion charge at me and squashing it like a bug, and then a voice saying “Look!” And I looked, and I saw an ancient manuscript. It had above the text (which was in two columns) the numbers 2 and 6; both numbers were outlined in small boxes. It appeared as though the numbers might be two chapters of the manuscript. The voice then said “Sadoc 1! Sadoc 2!” There’s more; no need to get into it all. But whether there was any meaning to the dream aside from what I sensed (as all dreams must be deciphered by the dreamer), I found myself sensing a literal divide in my mind; a sort of “platform” that separated my mind in two places, upper and lower. This is a visual sensation (which any neuro-biologist or similarly trained person will immediately nod knowingly, concerning the origins in the brain of these sensations — never mind the psychiatrist!) which I had. It has not left me yet; I have, in my mind, some sort of “ceiling” above my “lower mind” (carnal mind?) and there is “an expansion” above that. My mind senses some sort of vaporous transfer of thought both upward and downward, and occasionally this is in the form of Hebrew-style letters moving downward in a steady stream (like a ticker-tape). Strange, eh? After “slaying” this mighty serpent (for it wasn’t a snake, but a “serpentine figure”), I went out into the darkness outside “my house” (the battle took place “inside my house”) and I tossed it toward a pit outside, one of those “outhouse” pits. The symbols are apparent, although I’m not too quick to label them with certainty. And although the letters moving downward from a place above my mind are not in English, what if they were! To another man, a Hebrew, a Jew, this would make sense; I can’t say I understand a dang thing! (I’m going to ask for memory of the letters, so that possibly I can decipher them.) Anyway…thanks again. You can edit this comment any way you feel appropriate…

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  27. Timothy Sakach, Ph.D.

    Bringing this back to the subject at hand: This understanding requires a form of mysticism like the Kabbalah: “to receive it.” Very few people have ever had mystical/spiritual experiences; therefore, it is impossible to explain it to them. But after a person has had the experience, not just once, but when it becomes the life of the person, then explanations stop and the person, the mystic, begins to teach what has been learned and what continues to be revealed daily in that person’s life. That person finds that the experience was not for him or her alone but for others who have not been so enlightened. The population of the world is divided in two. There are the wise who understand and the others who don’t. Among the wise are those on the path who have not yet attained a measure of wisdom sufficient for them to be teachers. And there are a few who, “according to the wisdom given to them by Elah,” not only teach but must do so, because “the time has come.” So whether what they teach is believed or not, is not a factor or a measure of their success. The wise can see what others cannot. And no amount of argument can prove the truth to those who do not have eyes that can see and ears that can hear. As my wife says, “Prove to me that you are not a camel.” I know that I am not a camel, but if someone doesn’t see that, then nothing I can do will convince them otherwise. Therefore, each who desires to know truth must go through a process that ultimately ends in a mature and real mystic with full capacity to discern all things through spiritual power. It is in the meaning of EL: a combination of the OX and the STAFF. This is a powerful being who reaches out with his shepherd’s staff to keep his sheep connected with him. It is the Elahim Connection. It is found, not in the thunder and lightening, or in a tornado, or in an earthquake, but only in the still, small voice. That is known as “The Revelation of Eliyahu (Elijah).”

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  28. elbesino

    Of course, if Enoch’s writings came first, then Moses (or those scribes attributing works to Moses) would have been influenced by Enoch — and the “mythical gods” of the entire world, who have a suspicious likeness to the Hebraic history, can also be included. What we have here is (all things considered equal), the very same problem: who to believe? How so would Enoch’s writings, on that one hand, be credible, if not by casting aside any writing that comes against it? And on the other hand, other writings’ credibility compared to Enoch’s would have to face the same balanced point of view. What great sigh in my heart is the weighty silence of Elah, which others say is because He is (or has) judged that we be mired in our own darkness. I am old; I could cast away all writings and seek His face in some quiet solitude, awaiting His voice (a voice in Truth); yet if I were younger, I would not wait upon him because of the trappings of this world. Yet where do we hear that His Light is within? Or that His Kingdom is within? From writings; ancient and new. An ancient writing, the mind says, is thus “closer” to the truth, yet what that really means is that it is “closer to the beginning” than we are. Why do we believe Enoch? Because he was both the 7th from Adam and because he was translated? Two others were translated: Elijah and Jesus, though only Enoch and Elijah did not see death. What does that mean? Moses is considered to be “THE prophet”, yet he said God would raise another prophet “like” him, yet greater. Was that or was that not Jesus (Yeshua)? I said once before, the more I know, the less I know. Inwardly, I can state that Jesus, like the pattern of the tabernacle in the wilderness, is a Pattern, or a similitude, himself. Moses did not live to cross the Jordan, which is a type of crossing over death. Jesus crossed over; or so we believe. If we do not believe that he was raised from the dead, then why should anyone believe anyone else will be? (And what good would it seem to us, men of flesh, if one arises from death robed in some spiritual covering? Why is it that what we see as solid, real, physical, be considered lower, and less to be desired, as it is?) Aside from Jesus, and the the widow’s son whom Elijah brought back to life, who have we heard has been resurrected? (Say not, “those that Jesus brought back, like Lazarus”, because if Jesus did not himself be raised from the dead, then neither could those others have been raised. No?) So everything returns to understanding according to texts that have been written, and believing that what is contained in those texts are true — or not! And the circle begins again, because the carnal mind insists that there must be some way of verifying whatever is true. If certain writings have been withheld (like the “seventy last written books”) who can state with any certainty they have found the truth? My own understanding, once again, is inward. Based solely on a Bible which is full of error (the KJV worse than the NIV, but still…) I have to have some basis for understanding, we all do. You must make a strong case for the esoteric language no matter what text one uses. What I’ve read in Enoch is somewhat aligned with what I was hearing in my ears, that the tree of life, and the tree of knowledge of good and evil; the garden itself; the kingdom of God, all that is within the man. Who did sin? The son, who was born blind, or his father? Neither did either of them sin; I believe that the consciousness of man (his mind) is being elevated to the consciousness of God (the Christ mind). If there is to be any resurrection at all, the question must be ultimately asked “Who did sin? Who did not die (if death was the wage)?” If, while alive in these mortal bodies, one like yourself or another is truly blessed with whatever portion of the mind of Christ, perhaps such a one will be blessed with the responsibility of leading others, others who were so taken by the wickedness that they caused so much suffering to both good and bad. ALL must then be “Sons of God, the children of the Most High”; but there must come a time for saviors, under the pattern of the Begotten Son, to wed a virginal “woman” and bring more sons into true life. I believe that the “Holy Spirit” is the Virgin; “she” is Spirit. The Flesh is ADAM (male and female). Thus, we must be born of both before that door to our inner kingdom is opened. That Kingdom is Light, which means “enlightenment”.

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  29. Timothy Sakach, Ph.D.

    Flip it around. It is much easier to see how Enoch’s writings affected the writings of Moses than how the writings of Moses affected Enoch. Enoch adds detail to subjects that are glossed over by Moses. Why would he do that? Because Enoch’s writings were available to Moses, just as they were to the Apostles. The actual writing of Enoch’s books cannot be proved by C14 dating. It is really an unwise denegation by the club of the scholars to declare on their supposed authority that the writings “could not have been authored before 200 BC.” There have been scribes throughout the history of the Hebrews whose job was to make sure that fresh copies were preserved. The “logic” that says that Enoch’s writing are recent also could be applied to the Hebrew Scriptures as the oldest texts are only centuries old. The discovery of the Isaiah scroll among the Dead Sea Scrolls proved the accuracy of the current Hebrew texts. The scroll is also considered to be the oldest complete document of one book of the Hebrew Scriptures. It is obvious then that what we see are not “original” documents, but copies of copies under the careful eye of professional scribes. Furthermore, what you wrote about Egyptians and other post-flood cultures lends credibility to the influence of Enoch’s writings. After all, was he not the great-great-grandfather of Shem, Ham, and Japheth? And did not Ham and his sons establish Egypt? Also, the “Canonization” of Scripture is another apostate work. To say that there were only 24 books of Hebrew Scripture is not consistent with history. According to one source there most likely were 94 books divided into “common books” and “those reserved for the wise and knowledgeable.”

    Make public the twenty-four books that you wrote first and let the worthy and the unworthy read them. But keep the seventy that were written last in order to give them to the wise among your people. For in them is the spring of understanding, the fountain of wisdom, and the river of knowledge. (a reference to Enoch) 4 Ezra 14:45-47

    The meaning of the Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur) is the placing of responsibility for all deception on the head of Azazel, which some, who are grossly mistaken, say is Jesus! Also the Feast of Weeks (also known as the Feast of Firstfruits) is a direct reference to the first seven weeks of Enoch’s vision.

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  30. elbesino

    I’ve been waiting for this post! Thanks… I’ve been also going through the Book of Enoch; in addition, I’m waiting for some other material (“Misquoting Jesus: The Story Behind Who Changed the Bible and Why” Bart D. Ehrman). Years ago I realized that there was such a division among men as to the meaning of the scriptures, and how some thought the Bible to be inerrant and others, not. I have a very good sense of the character and intent of people, could tell almost immediately when one was confabulating, could tell almost immediately when another was seeing self-glorification or personal enrichment (read: “fill my pockets with your money”). I realized that somewhere, in the past, what with thousands of years available, error had to creep in. I wish we had texts from a time closer to Enoch’s time, for even that text seems to be no earlier than the middle of the 2nd century BCE, and that comes with the discovery of fragments in the 20th century. Why? Because there is no reason to believe that men have not been devious always; that other writers interjected their own fantasies into someone else’s writings (to what purpose? Selfish reasons?) I haven’t read the entire text yet of 1Enoch but from what I’m gathering, it is a mixture of the writings contained in the Pentateuch with what appears to be earlier text; it gives me the sense that there is another story being told of Creation, tho in many ways appearing to be like the so-called “sacred writings” of other contemporary people (like the Egyptians); as if also borrowed from them, but of course, as if everyone had the same “understanding”. I get from the book that “the Watchers” were the rebellious angels, who took themselves “daughters of men” and therefore, in our accepted versions of the Bible, clarify the meanings of “giants in those days” and the Nephilim, though all is incredible on the surface, which makes me suspicious of both their thoughts and intent. And I get the understanding that what we call sin is actually the responsibility of these Watchers who fell from “grace” (since I haven’t read yet the entire text, don’t hold me to this understanding). Thus “human beings” are tainted with the stain of the wicked, and need to be “cleansed”, “as if by fire”. Like anyone else, I can define wickedness when it comes out of a man in the acts of murder, rape, immorality, etc; but would Elah hold us responsible for this state if, according to Enoch, men were fine until the Watchers (“angels of Satan, “Azazel”?) introduced corruption by their union with the “daughters of men”. (Which then lends credence to UFO enthusiasts who claim we are all “star seed” and that “aliens” are now and have been “altering” the DNA of humans for their own purposes, whatever that might be.) But the ancient Hebrew alephbet, if one can be surer of their meanings, should cast a more accurate meaning to all the books, and our understanding, since the characters themselves are true, regardless of how and when they are used, no? Especially since these ancient texts seem to hide true meanings in the collection and order of the script. As you’ve pointed out, the very first line of Genesis actually has an esoteric meaning when one looks at both the numeric and written letter combinations. What I’m saying is, rather than looking at the surface words being read by the natural mind (including any non-canonical books) we should be looking at the esoteric meaning of the combination and order of each symbolic letter and groups of them. Perhaps we’ll then get an accurate understanding of Elah’s and Elahim’s purpose, instead of continuing to generate false mythical stories. Please correct my understanding if you like. And thanks for your efforts, I still look forward to them.

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  31. calvin

    What is the meaning of 4..or 44…and 444?..Just thought i would ask since others are asking in a blog?..Didnt the Kobala start a Babael…and isnt it wrong to look into the study of Kabala?

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  32. Timothy J. Sakach, Ph.D.

    I think you will agree that it really isn’t wrong to study many things, but it is wrong to be deceived by any thing. There is much in the Cabala to which I would not give any time. There is more in the Scriptures that we need to understand and if we are faithful to “guard the Word” we will be given insight into many things. Now concerning 444 and its meaning in Hebrew letters and numbers: This is from the blog page… 4: DALETH (DOOR): {d} The archetype of physical existence. The conceptual planned prototype of physical existence. “I am the door. whoever enters through me will be saved.” John 10:9 40: MEM (WATER): {m} The archetype of the maternal creative principle. The womb, where the creation waits for birth. (Born of Water) 400: TAU (MARK or SIGN): {t} The copies of All cosmic existence. They carry the likeness of their Father. “He that has seen me has seen the Father.” Each level is an order of power greater than the previous. Also the Hebrew numbers and meaning maintain the context and lead from concept (mental) to final objective (fulfillment). What happens in between some might call either an “incubation” period or even “proof of concept” or “prototype.” So 444 tells us about this plan and movement in the creation process. This means that before any physical or spiritual creation takes place, the ideas must be firm and clear. There must be a completeness of thought and intent. This “opens the door.” Then those ideas and concepts are put into the “womb” or into a process of “incubation” where they are allowed to mature to a “life sustaining point.” Finally, the process is complete and the product emerges bearing the stamp of the original creator, who is the One who had the grand idea, but not necessarily the One who took the idea and made it happen. So we have the work of the Father who has the dream. Then we have the Son (the Creator) who takes the essence and plan of the Father and makes it happen. Then finally both Father and Son rejoice in the completion of the great project. So what existed cosmically, after a period of incubation, becomes reality. And in this case, the Father and the Son create the Family of the Father. We are now in the incubator or womb of the Mother, waiting for the completion of the process. From I John 3 and John 1 …

    See what love the Father has given us, that we should be called the Children of EL. For this reason the world does not know us because it did not know Him. Beloved ones, NOW we are children of EL. And it has not yet been revealed what we shall be, but we know that when HE is revealed (that is, the Father), we shall be LIKE HIM, for we shall see HIM as HE is. (that is, having the same form as the Father!) And everyone having this expectation in HIM cleanses himself, as HE is CLEAN. Remember, “No man has seen EL at any time, the only brought-forth Son, who is in the bosom of the Father, He has declared Him.”

    Regardless of what others may claim to be the meaning of 444, this, my friend, is the one we can trust and expect. One final note, John (Yohanan) is beyond doubt the most exquisite and insightful Theologian of all time, and we would do well to pray to the Father that we all understand deeply what John understood. There is no reason to accept anything less than that.

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