List of Mysteries & Revelations

This is my revelation and teaching of Bible Prophecy found in the Aleph-Bet.

This is a large section filled with my thoughts that all add up to either one BIG coincidence, or God speaking rather LOUDLY!


Doing the probability math, or is it all just a coincidence?

The fabric of language. What is and is NOT included in it?

There is no such word in the Hebrew language

What is so different about the Hebrew language?

An example of visual Hebrew that will help you to understand

The beginning to understand the origin of it all

My coincidences revealed and main menu links

Coincidence #1

(The first step in proving that
these letters are arranged prophetically, denoting three different main dispensations as well as other possible periods of time.)

Coincidence #2
(Shows proof of the assumption that these are indeed three possible time periods)

Coincidence #3
(Shows time period ending with the flood)

Coincidence #4
(Shows time period of the church)

Coincidence #5
(Shows time period of the tribulation)

Coincidence #6
(Shows that God reveals Himself at the start of each time period)

Coincidence #6A
(God the Aleph shown from Adam to Moses)

Coincidence #6
(God the Son is born, the death, resurection and the Spirit).

Coincidence #6
(The time of the end, God removes the blindfold from the nation of Israel, the witnesses, the reaping and harvest, temple, reign, judgment, etc. revealed later in coincidence #12)

Coincidence #7
(In the exact middle of the aleph-bet, to show the middle and fullness of time, a VIRGIN BIRTH is clearly taught)

Coincidence #8
After showing us that he will be born of a virgin, we have the Hebrew word for KING (melek) spelled out using the mem)

Coincidence #9
After showing us that he will be born a virgin and be and a king and priest (after the order of Melchisedec) offering up himself as a sacrifice)

Coincidence #10
(The Nun-Sofit reveals the fullness of time and the exact middle in which a virgin birth takes place. This birth would bring forth a King and a Priest that would stem forth and give himself as a sacrifice and an offering, also seen here prophecy in a resurection from the dead)

Coincidence #11
(Nun-Sofit - It seems so clear to me that this is a picture and prophecy of messiah on the cross, going into the lower parts of the earth and then raising from the dead!)

Coincidence #12
(Here the meaning of the Ayin in prophecy is the Jews eyes being opened during this time. Also the church age is likely complete at this time)

Coincidence #13
(Here the two witnesses show up and get ready to give their testimony)

Coincidence #14
(Here the two witnesses open their mouth as seen with the sofit pey and begin their testimony)

Coincidence #15
(Here the two witnesses are killed and seen laying in the street)

Coincidence #16
(Here the two witnesses come back to life after three days and stand up on their feet)

Coincidence #17
(The Hebrew Letter Qof depicts the resurrection of these two witnesses and so much more)

Coincidence #18
(The resh can teach many different revelations both good and evil)

Coincidence #19
(Revelations on the shin and sin)

Coincidence #20
(These are revelations on the sav and tav)

Coincidence #21
(Here is the ancient prophecy that people looked forward to from ancient times)

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My teaching and revelation on the Hebrew word for Prayer and the use of the Lamed
A good example to show just how visual the Hebrew language can be.

My Revelations related to the counting of Omer

This revelation will bring new understanding to the first coming of messiah, the coming and indwelling of the Holy Spirit, the third temple, second coming, etc.. There is also much about chiastics (X) and the presence of acrostics.

About Acrostics in the Bible
This includes my testimony of how I first became aware of the existence of acrostics. I will be adding much more to this section soon

Revelations on the number 9
Why the number nine is taught to be the number of truth in Hebrew and simple mathematics

A teaching on Adam being made in the image of God and my revelations of different spellings and math of Hebrew letters
These revelations will help you to see some possibilities of spelling out different words and mixing different mathematical sums with vowels

The Acronyms of Tanakh

My Revelations and teachings on the acronyms and mysteries of the Tanakh

My revelation and teaching of Bible Prophecy found in the Aleph-Bet
This is a large section filled with my thoughts that all add up to either one BIG coincidence, or God speaking rather LOUDLY!

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Bible Prophecy found in the Aleph-Bet


Matthew 24:35, Mark 13:31, Luke 21:33 (2 Peter 3:10, Revelation 21:1)


This revelation did not come over night!

It has been many years and keeps growing as I meditate and ruminate on it.

It all started as many people will testify that know me: as a time in my life that absorbed and consumed me for a REAL long time!

I became very well known for ONE general statement.

This statement was: "DO THE MATH!"

God was revealing Himself to me, in the way of Probability Mathematics.

The sensitivity of my senses were increased to the point of extreme mathematical awareness.

I started stopping people and calling their attention to mathematical odds of different "happenings"; and asking them if they knew the 'odds' and 'probabilities' for what had just taken place.

Most times the reply would come back, "oh, that was just a coincidence" or sometimes a statement such as "it is a small world isn't it?".

I still today always reply back with: "no it's NOT a small world" and then go on to teach them about what a coincidence is NOT.

I originally titled this work and revelation as:


Do people really believe in coincidences?

If so, how many so called 'coincidences' will it take each individual before they will admit that it may just be undeniable truth, or even the creator Himself, simply wanting them to notice his handy work?

I have a friend that used to believe in coincidences (Shane).

With him I remember something more special. God was urging me on and compelling me to continue to testify to him, even though I knew that he would answer (EVERY TIME) that it was ONLY a coincidence!

One day he looked at me with a serious look on his face, after a moment of “doing the math” and said; “man, you sure do have a lot of coincidences”!

Needless to say; today because of his own revelations and experiences, he no longer believes in coincidences today.

I learned from this experience that if we lay down our testimony and give up, we could be extinguishing the light. I believe that EVERYTHING happens for a reason. I know I am no different from anyone else; We all experience God. However, I am now much more careful to continue on and give God the glory for what He does, no matter what others may say!

I now tend to lean towards a refusal to shut my mouth; I will proclaim all of His works and all of His truth that I witness!

“Wherefore I take you to record this day, that I am pure from the blood of all men. For I have not shunned to declare unto you all the counsel of God" (Acts 20:26-27)

If you read the Gospel, you know that God is all about signs and wonders!

In fact "The Jews REQUIRE a sign" (1 Corinthians 1:22)

I know from God's word that there are indeed “special miracles” (Acts 19:11), but it is the smallest miracle that I have been training my eyes to watch for; and truly not one of them is a coincidence!



If we are going to really understand God's language, we need to know what is and is not included in the fabric of it.

There is the devil, or accuser, attacker, tempter, etc., who in Hebrew is named satan or ha-satan “the adversary” (Job 1:6). The new testament teaches that he is the god of this world, who blinds the minds of unbelievers (2-Corinthians 4:4). How does he accomplish this? How does he do it?

Though there are obviously many different strategies that he uses, one of the most effective methods goes all the way back to the beginning of time and found in Genesis chapter three. This is where the devil changes the meaning of God's spoken words, in lying about what God has already spoken about the tree of knowledge.

New Testament prophecy teaches that in the very last days there will exist “seducing spirits” accompanied by teachings and “doctrines of devils” (1 Timothy 4:1). Daniel spoke of this time as knowledge increasing (Daniel 12:4). This devil (also called satan) and his spirit(s) are said to walk about this world seeking to devour people (1 Peter 5:8) to whom we are told not to give any “opportunity” (Ephesians 4:27) as he lays “snares” for people that will be “held” “captive” (1 Timothy 3:6, 2 Timothy 2:26).

The devil has caused to happen the loss of many true meanings of words down through history. By changing the meaning of certain words (as well as the migration of new words) by the end of each generation, some people forget and others die off as new words and ways are taught to the children of each new generation. Within only a few generations of time people eventually lose many of the true meanings of the spoken word. This has also opened the door for many false doctrines. Now in our day those with this understanding can witness indoctrinated people being lead away, as the very words of God are spoken into their ears.

The devil adds new words to language in order to confuse people and complicate understandings. Also in doing this, he is in effect adding to and taking away from Gods word, in a way similar to Revelation 22:19-19 which will also bring upon him the plagues written within the book of Revelation.

The word Coincidence is less then 500 years old and originated out of the dark ages.

Hebrew became extinct as a spoken language about 2000 years ago1, but then experienced a revival in the 1980's. I believe that the extinction of Hebrew was all part of God's plan to keep it a “pure language” intended for a future time.

In Zephaniah 3:8 God is speaking of a future time that He will gather the nations. The next verse tells us that it is during this time that He will also restore to the people a “pure language”. (also see my section in this book under Hebrew language revival)

For then will I turn (Hebrew haphak: turn, return, restore) to the people a pure language, that they may all call upon the name of the LORD, to serve him with one consent. (Zephaniah 3:9)

Out of all of the languages in the world that have become completely extinct as a spoken language, Hebrew is the only one that has been revived successfully (evidenced by it's rapid growth and usage).

It is now the official language of Israel and within a really short time is already being spoken by over 9,000,000Dated people around the world (a number which continues to grow).

This 2000 year hibernation of the Hebrew language is not only the main reason for it's cleanliness, but also the reason that it does not contain a word for coincidence.

If you were to ask Google what the Hebrew word for "coincidence" is, you would get the answer back:

“There is no actual word for coincidence in Hebrew” (research starting here)

The closest word in Hebrew for coincidence is mikreh, which literally means “a happening” or: "kara mei Hashem"1 which literally means “it happened from God”. 2 So we see in the original, God is not left out of this “happening”, but the actual cause of it!

The word coincidence (and many others like it) were invented within other languages to leave God completely out of happenings, which also makes way for new doctrines and beliefs. For example in new testament prophecy (a) “Doctrines of devils” 1 Timothy 4:1, (b) “Different and strange doctrines” Hebrews 13:9 and (c) “Doctrines of men” Colossians 2:22, Mark 7:7.

I believe in what I call “The Fabric Of Language”, which is the “Word” of God. “Thy word is truth” (John 17:17)

Simply put: For something to be truth, the Hebrew language must already carry the concept or teach the principle in the original language. In this case the word coincidence is not in the Hebrew language. Also the concept of it is not only not taught, it goes completely against the grain of what Hebrew does have words for.

It also goes against what has been accepted and taught in Jewish thought down through the centuries3.

Simple Basics That Everyone Should Already Know

Just in case, I will cover the simple basics first: I believe that God is the word and He does not change. I believe that the entire universe, as well as our world and everything in it has been formed by the word of God. “Through faith we understand that the worlds were framed by the word of God, so that things which are seen were not made of things which do appear.” (Hebrews 11:3) “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. The same was in the beginning with God. All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made.” (John 1:1-3) And God said, Let there be light: and there was light.” (Genesis 1:3) Simply put, if the word did indeed create everything, then the DNA and complexity of creation should be able to be seen in the word if it was the original and examined closely.

Simple Basics That You Might Not Yet Know

The above is simple and you can leave it all there, but does the above intrigue you at all to make you want to learn more?

If you can see the handiwork of God in creation itself, how much more in what (who) created it?

The actual fingerprint of God can be seen in the letters and the vowels that bring each word together into focus. Mathematics, natural science (life & physical), physics, chemistry, biology, astronomy, even earth and materials science can be seen as you draw lines from the word to the actual creation.

There are enough books on the topic,1 so I will start with the very basics that would be needed for you to see and understand all of this for yourself. It will be totally up to you on how much you desire to learn from here. You can skip off to my own coincidences that will make you want to learn Hebrew, or follow through with me and understand what you are reading. The more you learn about the following steps, the more you will be able to understand and even find more and even see for yourself.

What Is So Different About Hebrew?
No one is going to learn Hebrew over night, but we all need to start somewhere. Hebrew is not hard, it is the most easy language to learn aided by the Spirit of God.

Hebrew is God's language
The bible tells us that God has taken a 'wife”. Did you know that you are the bride of our messiah? Can you imagine taking a spouse in your carnal life and never learning his or her language? How can there be a true two way relationship? If you are Ruth (and you literally are if you have been “redeemed”), you should have the heart of Ruth (just my opinion).And Ruth said, Do not urge me to leave you, or to return from following after you: for where you go, I will go; and where you lodge, I will lodge: your people will be my people, and your God my God: Where you die, will I die, and there will I be buried: the LORD do so to me, and more also, if anything but death part you and me” (Ruth 1:16-17) If there are seven million words in your spouses vocabulary and only a hundred thousand in yours, how can you come into true fellowship without learning (or even wanting to learn) a few new words?

In John chapter three Nicodemus is trying to learn more about the messiah and proof of where he comes from. However Nicodemus was not thinking of his limitations of language when the messiah answered him “If I have told you earthly things, and you believe not, how would you believe, if I tell you of heavenly things?” (John 3:12) A person might be able to see, experience or even receive revelation of spiritual or heavenly understandings, but without known words to describe, how can they all be conveyed?

As you learn the Hebrew language, it will act as a witness to the truth you already know. The more about the bible that you know, Hebrew will provide a witness to it. The more about mathematics, sciences or anything true, The Hebrew language will always provide a perfect counterweight and bring balance to it.

There are many levels and layers to Hebrew, in fact it is a lot like pealing back an onion. I can also describe it much like a Rubik’s cube, with it's so many different possibilities. Think of the complexity of Gods creation, for example: the uniqueness of a snow flake compared to a snow storm, or the galaxies of the universe compared to where we live. The word of God is alive and as unique and complex as looking into a microscope or telescope.

Hebrew is a antediluvian language (pre-flood)1
Hebrew is a pictorial language
Hebrew is a chemical language
Hebrew is a biological language
Hebrew is a mathematical language

Notice that I keep calling Hebrew a language, but it would be good for you to understand that while it is a language, it is also a form of syllabic writing; much like other ancient forms of pictorial writing.

Some forms of writing are not necessarily actual languages, but instead are symbols that make sounds. A good example of syllabic writing would be ancient cuneiform. Cuneiform is a syllabic kind of writing with about a thousand symbols. Each symbol combines one out of many possible sounds that you can make with your mouth. For you to understand more about these sounds, think about single letters and then combinations of two or three letters each being a picture. For example: A, Da, Ba, Sha, would be four different pictures representing these four sounds.

Imagine now a scribe being able to scribe many different languages using one form of writing. It might also be safe to say that an ancient scribe did not necessarily need to know the exact or precise language or dialect that he was scribbling, he just needed to have good ears and write down the sounds that he heard. Anyone listening when it was being read back could then understand it, if it was in their language. However, the writing or symbols are not "a language" in themselves, they are simply symbols that represent sounds.

In Hebrew there are many numbers, symbols, pictures and meanings mixed within the letters themselves. Without any real understanding at all, there are 22 letters and 5 sofits. However, with understanding, there are thousands of individual entities alone. As letters and words are brought together, you will see more permutations and combinations than able to count.

In the English language, we call each symbol of our alpha-bet a “letter”.

In Hebrew each letter is called an “ot”, which in English means “a sign and a wonder”.

"Letters" (plural) the Hebrew "Aleph-Bet" is Otiot {oat-ee-oat} "signs and wonders".

The first step to understand Hebrew is to learn the letters! (have you done this?)

This is as easy (or easier) then learning your ABC's.

Now as you learn the pictures, numbers and other details of each letter, you will begin to see inside or next to each letter and see for yourself and understand. This is because Hebrew is different from any other language in the way that it describes what it is.

The closest language example would be the chemical language. Just about everyone knows H20 is two atoms of hydrogen and one atom of oxygen which results in water. See how the chemical language teaches what it is made of? Hebrew works the same way. Learning all of the different components of Hebrew (this section), is like learning a periodic type table which reveals the chemical makeup.

Each letter has a unique sound, name, shape, literal meaning, symbolic or spiritual meaning, picture and mathematical number.

Each letter is also assembled and made up using other letters.

This means that you can also break down its construction, which then creates even more numbers, pictures and understandings.

As a child we were taught the alphabet and then went on to learn words, mathematics and then other sciences.

In ancient times Hebrew children were taught the same way, but instead of simply learning the Hebrew letters of the aleph-bet, they learned how the letters were assembled. They also learned what each line of each letter meant in all of their different forms, as they were constructed one letter (or even number) on top of or even pointing to another. If a letter was made up of three lines this could be pictures, numbers or meanings on top of each other. For example picture upon picture upon number upon meaning.

Isaiah was reminding the Jewish people how they had all been taught as children, when he made the statement shown below:

“For precept must be upon precept, precept upon precept; line upon line, line upon line; here a little, and there a little” (Isaiah 28:10)

Even during this time in history, I do not think everyone that learned understood it. It was a sort of programming, that enabled those with a true heart to have the ability to understand if they were to look into the perfect law. As like in those days I do not expect those reading this page to comprehend everything written here, or to even come close to reaching a perfect understanding of Hebrew. I am not convinced that there is anyone that has come close to this that resides on this earth.

I do however desire and hope to convey or at least in some small way testify to a splinter of the depth of it.

Let me try to explain one easy visual thought to help you see some of the complexity of this awesome packed language:

In English the letter “A” is not a word, it is only a letter.
It does not have it's own spelling, it is simply “A” and nothing else.

However, the letter “A” in Hebrew is not only a letter, but also a word. This word has several meanings and numeric values both earthly and spiritually, depending on how it is voweled and even assembled.

The letter Aleph () can mean God, or mighty mouth of God.
(This is clearly seen in it's makeup of aleph-lamed (God) + pey (meaning mouth))

Aleph (the letter) connects heaven and earth together.
Aleph (the letter) is the number one (1).
Aleph (the word) is the number (111).
Aleph (the word) is made of three letters and three pictures.
Aleph (the letter) is made of three parts being three other letters and pictures and words, which are also each made of three more parts all containing their own numerical values.

I can go on here both pictorially and numerically and teach for days, but let me keep this to one simple picture teaching.

The following will teach us one of many things that we can know about the first letter and how it, (the first letter aleph and number 1) can be the creator of all things.

Before creation the Hebrew letter Pey is simply God's mouth.
In fact it was scratched in stone after the flood as an ellipse
(representing a mouth).

When this letter is drawn into a the Hebrew form, the Hebrew letter Bet can be seen inside the white space of it.

Bet is the second letter of the Hebrew aleph-bet depending on your view.
(Some say that it is the first actual letter, seeing that the first letter “aleph” is (or represents) God himself and the first letter in the bible (Genesis 1:1 is a bet with the meaning of “IN” the beginning.)

The Hebrew letter Pey means mouth.
If you were to say mouth in Hebrew, you would say pey.
It is also a letter of the alpeh-bet found in different forms.

Two of these forms depend on if it is found inside of a word (seen as ) or at the end of the Hebrew word (seen as ). In both of these cases the sound, grammar and everything linguistic is the same, it only changes spiritually (and numerically in some cases depending on many different methods of Hebrew gematria).

Here in this example if you look closely at the Hebrew letter, you will see that the mouth has opened

Remember how I told you that a Hebrew letter bet is found inside of the white space of the pey? Well here when God opens his mouth, the bet comes out.

But how can we see this? How do we see God opening his mouth? The first letter is aleph and represents God.

Aleph is also a word spelled right to left
If you want to say God in Hebrew, you would say aleph-lamed which is “EL”

So here you can easily see “God's mouth” (right to left) spelled out as as aleph-lamed and the picture and understanding of Pey (God)+pey (mouth) + and also see the picture of the bet coming out first and then the rest of the aleph-bet (as your understanding opens).

There are other forms of Hebrew gematria, these are shown so that you can begin. There are also MANY other visual forms that are easy to see such as the first man and his chemical makeup (many different levels) much of which is already being publicly taught.


Notice that when I put all the Hebrew letters in the same order that they have been in for THOUSANDS of years,


Click Here to see why I did this

Hebrew has 22 basic letters, plus 5 final form letters (called sofit letters) and 6 more letters that have dots in or next to them. The dots that are found inside of the letters here are called dagesh. (Click here to learn more about dagesh dots or click here to learn more about nikkudot dots)

There may be some things that you (without knowing Hebrew) can notice already, and this is that there seems to be a pattern when you look at the second column from the right and see that all of the letters with dots inside them line up perfectly into a column. The two letters bottom left (called sin and shin) are not the same types of dots, so when calculating the odds for this being a mere coincidence, (think slot machine in Vegas) in this column we actually get four out of four lined up perfectly!

What does this all mean? What are these dots anyway?

To help answer this question, it might help to know some ancient history and origin of the letters and words as well as how philology and etymology work (example how words and meanings change through different languages as well as down through history).

The word dagesh is a Hebrew word that kept it's meaning in Hebrew as well as in the areas and languages round about Judea: Syriac (dagesh), Akkadian (Dakasu DKS), Babylonian Aramaic (digsha). The Hebrew word dagesh reveals (but not limited to) dagger (sharp or sharpen), dot, stab, hole, piercing and puncture and is also the true source of our English word PUNCTUATION (Hebrew Language Detective

The Hebrew tongue and origin of words always started out with real life experience and was then displayed or manifested into a pictorial meaning. However, what we end up with today, is only the remains of what has trickled down through time.

By the 6th century we have clear evidence of The Masoretes (Jewish scribe and scholars who were based in Tiberias, Jerusalem and Babylonia) who were by this time (after thousands of years) writing down a vowel system: nikkud (singular) nikkudot (plural) in an attempt to preserve some of the true meanings and original pronunciation. Nikkudot simply means dots or marks, while nikkud is a dot or mark.

There are different forms of this “punctuation” (puncture marks) such as dagesh and mappiq as well as other enlarged letters, small letters, broken letters and all kinds of other textual marks and oddities. Much of these types had already been included in the written text as the first of our ancient biblical gloss, dating back many thousands of years (some believe as far back as the time of Moses).

I believe this ancient biblical gloss was not included solely for the purpose of linguistics, but also for preserving (following after a pictorial manner) some basic and simple prophetic truths.

While we know that most of what we are learning is linguistic: such as vowels, grammar, pronunciation, etc., let me challenge your thought with an assumption that these dagesh (as well as the entire aleph-bet), could possibly also mean something much more then simple sounds.

After all is said and done everything needs to have an origin, it all needed to come from somewhere!

For example “sharpening a point” and actually piercing a hole or a dot through the parchment, could mean to “sharpen the sound” (Gesenius Hebrew Grammar (page 55) or to come to a stop, but also consider the other uses below when dealing with other areas such as science, mathematics, physics, etc..

A Period Denotes:

Period Definition
A punctuation mark (.) that ends a declarative sentence.
A period is also used in abbreviations such as Mr. and Dr.
End of story. That is final : Don't ask me again. Period
Punctuate: definition: to mark or divide (something written) with punctuation marks in order to make the meaning clear.


A rather large interval of time that is meaningful in the life of a person, in history, etc., because of its particular characteristics:
Any specified division or portion of time
A round of time or series of years by which time is measured.
A round of time marked by the recurrence of some phenomenon or occupied by some recurring process or action.
The point of completion of a round of time or of the time during which something lasts or happens.
Any of the parts of equal length into which a game is divided.


Recurring at intervals of time. Occurring or appearing at regular intervals
Repeated at irregular intervals; intermittent: periodic outbreaks

A Period From Other Perspectives

Physics: Recurring at equal intervals of time.

Mathematics: (of a function) having a graph that repeats after a fixed interval (period) of the independent variable.

Astronomy: characterized by a series of successive circuits or revolutions, as the motion of a planet or satellite. Of or relating to a period, as of the revolution of a heavenly body.

Science: A division of geologic time that is longer than an epoch and shorter than an era. The duration of one cycle of a regularly recurring action or event.
In the Periodic Table, any of the seven horizontal rows that contain elements arranged in order of increasing atomic number. All the elements in a particular period have the same number of electron shells in their atoms, equal to the number of the period. Thus, atoms of nickel, copper, and zinc, in period four, each have four electron shells.

Medicine: An interval of time characterized by the occurrence of a certain condition, event, or phenomenon. One of the stages of a disease. A menstrual period. A sequence of elements arranged in order of increasing atomic number. Having or marked by repeated cycles. Recurring at regular intervals.


Without getting into different views of dispensationalism, I see here three different main times or what can be termed as dispensations preserved in the three rows. Don't let this limit your thoughts, as I can also see much room for thought in the dagesh as “periods” of time.

Before I start on my actual numbered coincidences, let me explain and testify how I came to realize all of this and what inspired me in the breaking up of the rows.

This was by no means an overnight revelation, but many nights of seeking (prayer, dreams and visions) and many early morning revelations and understandings over a long period of time.

I confess, I am still learning these understandings even now as I write this. I lay in bed before going to sleep meditating on the aleph-bet, counting numbers, letters and placement, Hebrew words, their values, Hebrew root words, their meanings, scriptures, etc..

Many times I awake several times a night receiving answers to questions asking more questions and then going back to sleep.

I must admit that if this is not all real and only a huge delusion and bunch of coincidences, I am so happy and blessed as I seek and believe that God is and has been answering me with truth. I am not saying that I am 100% right, but I know I am diligently seeking him in faith and hearing things back that excite, edify and exhort my spirit. At first I started seeing and learning some basics. I learned about the Hebrew word for truth (Emet) and the value of 9.

Then the Lord brought the revelation of 9 in his aleph-bet and 9 started popping up all over the place as I show here.

It made perfect sense to me to line up the aleph-bet in these rows of 9, but I knew there was still something missing! In my mind while going to sleep I started ordering the letters. However when learning the aleph-bet (my wife and myself) we learned the dagesh letters as part of the aleph-bet! In other words, Aleph,(bet/vet), gimel, dalet... we just include them as actual letters as many do.

So, in my mind I did not actually think of them included in the 22 letters + 5 sofit letters, so I would exclude them for numbering but actually say the dagesh letters in my mind while meditating. As I counted to nine, and the next nine I saw the letter placement, then thought wow, what if the next row lined up the same way – and as I meditated, it did! OR at least I was sure it did and the next morning I wrote them out! WOW, what could this all mean?

I knew there was something here, so I kept praying and asking God what truth there was for me that he wanted me to see! Still another confusing issue to me that held me back from seeing was that in Hebrew there are many different methods of adding and numbering letters. There is the standard method which considers the sofit letters the same as their counterparts. In another method (Mispar Gadol) we were taught it was first row 1-9, second row, 10-90, third row 100-900 (including sofit letters into math. The most ancient method has no 0's and would count 1-9, 1-9, 1-9 (This is called the Mispar Katan method).

I remember praying and asking God about the “0”! Was there one?
Should there be one? We watched some documentaries on ancient mathematics and many questions were answered, but this is another paper to write later!

To see what complexity as well how numbers play a part in God's word, you can see by the importance of the Hebrew aleph-bet in almost every translation of the bible in Psalm 119. There are 22 sections each section titled with each Hebrew letter spelled out as it's own unnumbered verse. Each and every verse in each section starts with a word that starts with the letter of the word for that section. Finally these 22 sections each have nine verses each if you count the title which theologians say is an unnumbered verse. Currently there are 118 elements to the periodic table, how fitting it would be for the aleph-bet to be the 119th element.

After a short time it only made sense to include the dagesh and to put the final sofit letters where they actually belong next to their letter partners and the revelations all started flowing. So here you see that everything really is in exact order as we have it today (and has been for thousands of years). All I have done here is put them into three rows of ten to make this more pictorial and hopefully easier for others to grasp.


Think of the image above as a giant slot machine.

As we start, think of just one line for example #1 or #2 lining up perfectly.

However, think again because there are more possibilities here, you would need to think of about 30 million different combinations for them to line up!

However as you will soon see, We Have MANY COINCIDENCES!

As we learn, compound this math and you can then think of it all as a 30 real slot machine in which everything just lined up all at once – 30 Cherries!

What I am showing is only the most basic level.

Later you can learn the makeup of the letters and words, and also makeup concerning numbers and math. Right now we are only scratching the surface of what is here.

Coincidence #1
(The first step in proving that these letters are arranged prophetically, denoting three different main dispensations as well as other possible periods of time.)


I will start by calling your attention to the second column from the right.

We have already talked about the dagesh or dot as a period of time, but also call attention to the construction of the letters themselves!

They are not only all dagesh letters, but the only three letters of this unique construction almost looking identical to each other (bet, kaf, pey).

In fact the pey is made up of a kaf, as well as actually having a bet hidden in the white space of the letter, which we will talk more about later.

For now lets just start here and then build on the assumption that these letters are arranged prophetically, denoting three different main dispensations as well as other periods of time.

So this first coincidence asks:

What are the odds that when you break the letters up into rows, in the exact same order as they come naturally, that these three dagesh letters (shown above) all line up perfectly.

Now add in the sav and tav which clearly represent eternity (in both old and new testaments) and depict another point of time which also show up in the last row (#20).

Not only do they line up perfectly all alone giving this forever thought, but the dagesh lines up once again!

What does this do to the probability math to now have four rows lining up into the same column?

What does this as well as the future coincidences, do to the odds that this is all about periods of time and a witness to bible prophecy?

Coincidence #2
(Shows proof of the assumption that these are indeed three possible time periods)


Holding to the same assumption that the dagesh column (labeled as #1) is depicting times or ages:

What does each row teach us?

What are the odds of each of these letters as they come together, to match other letters according to bible prophecy already proved in scripture?

In other words, can we see anything else that might line up in each row, as frame work to help us see a more clear or full biblical picture?

If so, what are the odds of these also falling right into into place so perfectly?

So, I will not hold you in suspense, look at what we have here!

ALL THREE ROWS in BOTH COLUMNS end with something that you would expect to find, for symbols that END all THREE main dispensations! There are obviously more time periods that we will cover in the aleph-bet, but to start with these are really clear. What are the odds that we would have these three symbols all lined up in the proper order, when they are the only letters that could depict these meanings: Ark and Door Shut, Wedding and Door Shut, Final Judgment and Fire?

Coincidence #3
(Shows time period ending with the flood)

In order (from the first row down to the last row) we find symbols for:

ARK (Hebrew Letter Tet)
This symbol (tet) can mean either basket or ark. Moses was put into a “pitched” basket which is exactly the same word in Hebrew (tebah) for the ARK that Noah built.

The meaning here (from the Hebrew root words) is clearly depicting the end of something as well as judgment.

“And those that came, male and female, of every living thing, came as God had commanded him. And Yahweh shut the door behind him” (Genesis 7:16) NOTE FOR LATER: “The door was shut”!

To be complete I should also make mention of a textual oddity concerning this letter TET, in the ancient Hebrew text. (In reference to Moses as a baby in context of his ark). There are not many textual oddities, but when you do come across one you can take it as something REALLY important! These are EXTREMELY RARE!

This dates back thousands of years, but it was taught by the Rabbi's that the enlarged letter tet in the word tov (Hebrew word for good) found in Exodus 2:2 referred to Moses when his mother saw that he was a goodly child. Leading Jewish commentators remark that Moses was even at that time perceived as “special” with more than natural goodness. Rabbi Meir (a Rabbi considered one of the greatest rabbis during the time of the mishna) claimed that Tov (good, goodness, goodly) was Moses' real name in Hebrew.

While right now I understand the tet ending the first row to symbolize the time of the flood, I will share more thoughts later about the significance of the enlarged letter to bring in some more understandings of the tet.

Coincidence #4 (Shows the time period of the church)

WEDDING (Hebrew Letter Samekh)
So in coincidence #3, it is obvious that the period of time ends with an ARC. However now when we see this Samekh in the second row, we really need to do the math!

This is because the Samekh means wedding, wedding ring, eternity, support, sustain, uphold, kept safe, infinity, cycles, working towards perfection, being brought to perfection, equality.

From Hebrew root: The sense of ordination “lay hands on” (from semicha) meaning the transfer of authority. Some others say semicha was a kind of blanket, yet others an article of clothing.

Also notice that the samekh has a closed top and becomes a circle without an exit or entrance. Considering all of the above and the fact that it is again the end or the closing of a period of time, I might suggest the following scripture verses:All through scripture, messiah is the bride groom. The church (the called out) and/or Israel (depending on different views) is the bride!

“For your Maker is your husband; the LORD of hosts is his name; and your Redeemer the Holy One of Israel; The God of the whole earth will he be called” (Isaiah 54:5)

Paul was speaking to the gentile church at Corinth when he said:

“I am jealous over you with godly jealousy: for I have espoused you to one husband, that I may present you as a chaste virgin to messiah...” (II Corinthians 11:2-3)

Also noteworthy is the fact of a garment spoken of in this parable:
According to messiah, when the wedding takes place the “door is shut”, just as it was in the days of Noah and the ARK as shown at the end of the first row (which we talked about above).

“And while they went to buy, the bridegroom came; and they that were ready went in with him to the marriage: and the door was shut. Afterward came also the other virgins, saying, Lord, Lord, open to us. But he answered and said, Verily I say unto you, I know you not.” (Matthew 25:10-12)

“The kingdom of heaven is like unto a certain king, which made a marriage for his son,...he saw there a man which had not on a wedding garment: And he saith unto him, Friend, how came you in here not having a wedding garment? And he was speechless...” (Matthew 22:2-14)

“I will greatly rejoice in the LORD, my soul shall be joyful in my God; for he has clothed me with the garments of salvation, he has covered me with the robe of righteousness, as a bridegroom decks himself with ornaments, and as a bride adorns herself with her jewels” (Isaiah 61:10)

“...for the marriage of the Lamb is come, and his wife hath made herself ready. And to her was granted that she should be arrayed in fine linen, clean and white: for the fine linen is the righteousness of saints. And he saith unto me, Write, Blessed are they which are called unto the marriage supper of the Lamb. And he saith unto me, These are the true sayings of God” (Revelation 19:7-9)

For more about this topic, see where I end coincidence numbers 6-10 (where we cover the second row), and also where I start the third row. Also the math topic that shows the odds for this row being our dispensation, which ends as the scriptures teach with a wedding.

Coincidence #5 (Shows time period of the tribulation)
So far so good! We see the first “period of time” ends with an Ark, the second “period of time” (scripture also calls the “times of the gentiles” or the “fulness of times”) with a wedding, now what does the word of God say the last period of time would end with?“

They have moved me to jealousy with that which is not God; they have provoked me to anger with their vanities: and I will move them to jealousy with those which are not a people; I will provoke them to anger with a foolish nation. For a fire is kindled in mine anger, and shall burn unto the lowest hell, and shall consume the earth with her increase, and set on fire the foundations of the mountains.” (Deuteronomy 32:21-22)

“And I will shew wonders in the heavens and in the earth, blood, and fire, and pillars of smoke. The sun shall be turned into darkness, and the moon into blood, before the great and the terrible day of the LORD come.” (Joel 2:30-31)

“But the day of the Lord will come as a thief in the night; in the which the heavens shall pass away with a great noise, and the elements shall melt with fervent heat, the earth also and the works that are therein shall be burned up. Seeing then that all these things shall be dissolved, what manner of persons ought ye to be in all holy conversation and godliness, Looking for and hasting unto the coming of the day of God, wherein the heavens being on fire shall be dissolved, and the elements shall melt with fervent heat?” (II Peter 3:10-12)

FIRE / FINAL JUDGMENT (Hebrew Letter Shin/Sin)
(Shows that God reveals Himself at the start of each time period)
Well we really need to do the math once again, because we have the last row ending with lots of FIRE! This is nothing new, as God's Holy Prophets have been speaking of this from even before the time of Noah! (Jude 1:14)

How does this row picture fire? The letters shin/sin picture fire and resemble fiery teeth or flames. The shin in ancient times had two different forms. One was made of three vav's (lines, men, connectors, hooks) and one with four. (wherein three were cast into the furnace, but “Lo, I see four men loose, walking in the midst of the fire, and they have no hurt; and the form of the fourth is like the Son of God.” in Daniel 3:25). The rabbis teach that there are two shins. They say there is one on the right and one on the left. The shin on the right has three heads and is a shin of this world, where the shin on the left is a four headed shin and of the world to come! Among many other thoughts: some claim the shin with four flames or vavs/men is a lost letter, some claim it to be grammatical while others only understand it to be a different phonetic pronunciation.

Shin also has traditional roots in Judaism meaning “Cosmic Fire” and “Fiery Spirit”. For the LORD thy God is a consuming fire” (Deuteronomy 4:24) The Holy Spirit (God is a spirit John 4:24) is shown as a flame above each of the heads of those in the upper room in Acts 2:3.

We also learn from Hebrew root words, that the shin and sin have meanings to do with times and change. SHINa means “change” (“...and we all shall be CHANGED" 1 Corinthians 15:51, Daniel 7:25 also talks about time: “change times and laws” and “until a time and times and the dividing of time”). Shanah means “a division and measure of time”. Two shins with a lamed between them means “triplicate”. Shnah, means “year”. The gematria of Hebrew SHIN (shin-300 + yod-10 + nun-50 = 360) is 360, the exact number of days found in a traditional Hebrew year. (Note: though there are different Hebrew calendars).

ShinAH means “another time”, “second time” or something “doubled”. The rabbis taught: To learn the meaning of a letter, find the first time that it is used in the bible (as a root word) and that word will teach you the meaning of the letter. The first shin is God creating “Heaven” or “preparing a place”. The second usage of shin in the bible is the word that means “second”. Coincidence? Strange that right after shin, we have the next duplicate letter sin with the only difference of a “dot” on the opposite side and “is” the “second” shin!

Notes and continued thoughts...
If these dots in the aleph-bet are each for a period of time, let me ask you: What biblical time frame right before the end of time and just before eternity (the sav and tav), are indeed right next to each other? Are you thinking a thousand years or the millennial reign?

With the scripture shown above (Deuteronomy 32:21-22) in mind, Paul speaks and explains all about the times of the Gentiles. This is all right before the time of judgment and what provokes the Jewish nation to become believers at the end of the second row and the beginning of the third row which is marked with an ayin (or their eyes being opened).

“I say then, Have they stumbled that they should fall? God forbid: but rather through their fall salvation is come unto the Gentiles, for to provoke them to jealousy. Now if the fall of them be the riches of the world, and the diminishing of them the riches of the Gentiles; how much more their fullness? For I speak to you Gentiles, inasmuch as I am the apostle of the Gentiles, I magnify mine office: If by any means I may provoke to emulation them which are my flesh, and might save some of them. For if the casting away of them be the reconciling of the world, what shall the receiving of them be, but life from the dead?...For I would not, brethren, that ye should be ignorant of this mystery, lest ye should be wise in your own conceits; that blindness in part is happened to Israel, until the fullness of the Gentiles be come in.” (Romans 11:11-25)

Paul teaches this as a “dispensation” in which at the end or during what he calls “the fullness” will gather all into messiah.

"That in the dispensation of the fullness of times he might gather together in one all things in messiah, both which are in heaven, and which are on earth; even in him" (Ephesians 1:10)

In other words we see clearly: The end of the second row being the gentiles fullness and jealousy taking place; then the the third row Ayin (blindfold being removed); the two witnesses (two peys or mouths); them opening their mouth (final pey); both of them laying in the street (two tsades); them being taken up (qof); judgment and the thousand year reign (shin/sin).

Coincidence #6 (Shows that God reveals Himself at the start of each time period)

Hebrew Letters: (ALEPH, YOD & AYIN)
We will do the math here for four coincidences in one!
What were the odds that the two first columns (1 & 2), would line up in all three rows and exactly match up to what would be expected for the end of each time period?

However, even more now, lets have a look and see what there is to see and understand in the first column (#6) and then after this section, go on to explain the overwhelming evidence for each row and how each line up so perfectly!

One might ask: What do these three letters in the FIRST COLUMN all have in common, that would line up so perfectly with each of these three dispensations.

In Jewish thought, we do not need to go far to begin to understand, seeing that EVERYTHING always starts with GOD!

What are the odds that each one of these rows start with one of the three letters that have been taught by our sages, to have GOD LIKE qualities?

6A) Aleph:
(God the Aleph shown from Adam to Moses)

There is no argument with any Jewish sect that I know of concerning the aleph! All sects of Judaism are in agreement and attribute the Aleph as representing God. Books can be written about this one letter, so I will limit this section to this single topic concerning the aleph for now. However, noteworthy are the simple facts that the aleph has the number one assigned to it and that it is a silent letter, unless accompanied along with a vowel (in which case the vowel alone is pronounced).

6B) Yod:
(God the Son is born, the death, resurection and the Spirit)

This letter represents HaKodesh Ruach (The Holy Spirit). Not only is it the smallest letter in Hebrew, but it is found inside the CONSTRUCTION of EVERY HEBREW LETTER (seeing that Hebrew letters are made up or constructed using other Hebrew letters). Every Hebrew letter begins and ends with a yod1, including the yod itself which is made of three parts. The yod is not only the smallest letter, but also the only letter that is suspended in mid air! This is because this letter is also represented as a dove (yona), which word in Hebrew also begins with a yod. As the Holy Spirit dove, the yod is “in all and through all” (just as God Himself). Yod also takes on the number one like the aleph, but in other numbering methods can also be assigned as ten, a one with a zero ('infinity' added). However if you spell out yod in Hebrew and add it up, the result is 20. This is same numeric value as kaf which is a wing in the ancient pictograph. Spell out kaf and you see the son (nun) being lifted to heaven by two wings, the same picture being witnessed by the lamed (a kaf and a vav) a man lifted above the Hebrew writing line (ascending to Heaven).

6C) Ayin:
(The time of the end, God removes the blindfold from the nation of Israel, the witnesses, the reaping and harvest, temple, reign, judgment, etc. revealed later in coincidence #12)

The ayin is unique in so many ways! Firstly it is taught by our ancient sages, that it is an equivalent to the letter Aleph!2 In fact we are also taught by ancient rabbis that we can interchange these letters, to sometimes achieve a deeper spiritual understanding of a word or passage of scripture. This is because just like the aleph, the Ayin is a silent letter, unless accompanied along with a vowel (in which case the vowel alone is pronounced). The ayin is assigned the number 70 and also number 7 depending on the gematria method used. The odd thing however is the fact that 70 in scripture is also paired together with the number 1, as is also seen above in both the values of the aleph and the yod! What are the odds all three letters share the number one, in column one and are all letters attributed to God?

The ayin is assigned the number 70 and also number 7 depending on the gematria method used. The odd thing however is the fact that 70 in scripture is also paired together with the number 1, as is also seen above in both the values of the aleph and the yod! What are the odds all three letters share the number one, in column one and are all letters attributed to God?

Examples of where 70 is paired together with the number one:

We see 70 descendants of Noah (Genesis chapter 9); We see 70 souls coming to live in Egypt with Jacob (Exodus 1:5); We see 70 elders selected with Moses in the desert; We see also the Jewish Sanhedrin had 70 members. Now we see that EVERY ONE of these has a relationship between this number 70 and the number one! There was NOAH (1) and his seventy descendants; There was JACOB (1) and the seventy souls that went to Egypt; There was MOSES (1) and the seventy elders; In the Sanhedrin there is he that is called THE PRINCE (1) and the seventy members. I will also for fun mention that there was (1) Messiah that sent out 70 disciples.

There is also an interesting teaching of the ancient sages, about the number seven associated with Ayin. They say that the seven of Ayin completes a cycle (like as a sabbath)! We must add this into the math of this particular letter being at the head of this last row!

The previous row ended with a supper and a wedding. This row was an age of grace or the time that messiah talked about as “...the acceptable year of the Lord” (Luke 4:19)”. Now this new row is starting a final cycle and “year” for the Jewish nation.

How fitting for the scripture:

“A land which the LORD your God cares for: the eyes of the LORD your God are always upon it, from the beginning of the year even unto the end of the year.” (Deuteronomy 11:12)

And here we truly see the eyes of the Lord, as well as a new year and cycle (along with two eyes, one for the beginning and one for the end)! This is also seen in the most important prayer in Judaism called the Shema found in Deuteronomy 6:4 in which EVERY ancient manuscript has an OVERSIZED ayin and at the end of the verse an oversized dalet. Put the two letters together and depending on which vowel is used, it could mean several different things. Some thoughts would include a word meaning “until” (as in until the end or until this time) and another word that means eternal. Still yet another thought would be a word meaning "a witness" or testimony.

Other thoughts that you may find interesting for this row could include: The Ayin's number seven also possibly representing Enoch (the seventh from Adam) and Elisha being the two witnesses in revelation, or two eyes of the Ayin. Scripture reveals that we all must die once, then the judgment! As we learn from scripture they are the only two who have not yet tasted death. What would you say of this row starting with the Ayin and then showing clearly two witnesses? Even more what would you say to this Ayin, then seeing two witnesses and then seeing both of them laying on the ground? (Revelation 11:7-8) We will talk more about this topic and the two witnesses, when we go through the third row, one item at a time.

Getting ready for Coincidence #7

It is hard to believe we got this far, I just love to see God's math come together! So far we see three time periods: (#6) Each row or time period in the column starts with Hebrew letters that mean God. (#1) Each time period row starts with a letter meaning what you would expect each time period to start with. (#2) Each time period row ends with what you would expect to end each time period.

However, now if we see letters BETWEEN column #1 and column #9 in each one of these rows, that are what we would expect to find happening during each time frame, what are the odds of this?

The Mem was my first real revelation, so I would love to share my “mem” testimony with you.

When I first began to understand, I only had a limited or sub-basic knowledge about the aleph-bet. At the time only knew some basic words.

I was meditating on “God's word”, about “meditating on his word”.
As I continued to meditate, I thought about what I was meditating on! I thought “oh how I love YOUR word! I was reminded of David and the psalms. The first psalm where David said that he meditated on the word day and night, oh Lord, how he loved YOUR word!

HOWEVER, wait a minute! I am meditating on God's words out of David's mouth! Yes God breathed and inspired, BUT, the understanding started to come to me! What did David actually meditate on, since it most obviously was not precisely what I was meditating on?

What were the actual “words” that he was meditating on?
I realized that I was meditating on and loving God's word “out of his mouth” that did not yet exist in David's time, until after he spoke it and it was written down!

Ok, so easy answer – David meditated on the TORAH and some other writings that existed at that time. BUT... wait a minute, Moses loved Gods word, what did he meditate on? This turned into thought and daily meditation until...
What is the oldest book in the bible? What is the oldest book that we have today inside what we call the canon? Some say Genesis because it starts with creation, but that was written by Moses (most agree 1300-1200 BC). However the OLDEST book (or scroll) is Job who lived around the time of Abraham (over 4000 years ago around 2200-1800 BC depending on the different interpretations of biblical chronology).

I bring up the book of Job and the fact that it is the OLDEST book, because within a short time the Lord brought me to this scripture:

“I have not left his commands behind. I have treasured his words in my heart.” Job 23:12

I read it but could hardly believe it! JOB, loved and meditated on “God's Word” too!

The oldest book in the bible is bringing new light to “heaven and earth shall pass away, but my 'word' shall never pass away”!

I began to seek him even more! What does all of this mean?

Then, the Lord shows me yet another place in Job that blew me away!

“For 'I know' (ancient Hebrew "I know that I know") that my redeemer lives, and that he shall stand at the latter day upon the earth: And though after my skin worms destroy this body, 'yet in my flesh' shall I see God: Whom I shall see for myself, and mine eyes shall behold, and not another; though my insides be consumed within me” (Job 19:25-27)

What a revelation!
This one verse started changing my “religion”!
HOW did he “KNOW”?
WHAT did he READ?
WHAT was the WORD OF GOD that he loved, meditated on and “TREASURED” in his heart?

In the King James Version of the bible, it words it in the way that Job said that he loved God's word more than his necessary food!
(in Hebrew more than anything that is necessary)

Needless to say, I started praying and seeking God continually for days! I asked over and over again. It became my meditation all week, How did he know?

God is not a respecter of persons, what he will show Job, he will show me! Daniel said “there is a God in heaven that reveals secrets”. Amos said that God reveals “his secrets to his servants” Isaiah: “Behold, the former things are come to pass, and new things do I declare: before they spring forth I tell you of them” (Isaiah 42:9)

Something you should know about me, is that I take hearing God seriously! Though there are many different ways to hear God, I seek him mostly in the written word and in dreams and visions with two or many more witnesses to my spirit.

“For God speaks once, yes twice, yet man perceives it not. In a dream, in a vision of the night, when deep sleep falls upon men, in slumberings upon the bed; Then he opens the ears of men, and seals their instruction” (Job 33:14-16)

The bible says that He makes himself known to us in visions and speaks to us in dreams. The “last days” started 2000 years ago in Acts chapter two (a fulfillment of Joel 2:28) which brings dreams and visions into our “acceptable time” and “year of the Lord”. Most times when I am seeking him, I am known to take short naps or unseasonable rests asking God for a dream. All day I will focus my attention to him, with most of my thoughts directed towards my desires or questions. If it is during the night I am normally waking three or four times a night, paying attention and writing down my dreams/visions and words.

I am sharing this with you, so that you do not misunderstand. This was all quite normal for me. It was not as weird as it might sound to the everyday person, but at about two o'clock AM I woke up hearing his voice whispering my name. As I listened He said clearly “Aleph Bet”. I heard Him, but did not understand. I answered back: “Yes, Lord” – “Aleph-Bet” (meaning his 22 letters that I had been learning). He said “No...” “Aleph” “Bet”. As I laid there trying to understand, He spoke again... “WHAT DOES IT SPELL?” What a relief, I answered quickly! “OH”, “FATHER!” He said “Very Good”... “and Aleph Chet”? Again I answered right away – “Brother”. Then I hear “Aleph Mem” --- WOW!

All I can say is my head began to EXPLODE, and has not stopped since!I am not saying that I have everything EXACTLY right, or that I know anything – BUT, I am on a spiritual journey that continually brings me closer to Him and understanding things that I would have never thought that I could actually know inside myself. One word speaks volumes!

Coincidence #7 (In the exact middle of the aleph-bet, to show the middle and fullness of time, a VIRGIN BIRTH is clearly taught)

(Hebrew Letters:Mem and Final-Mem)
First, I am not saying that Job knew all of this from the Aleph-Bet directly as a revelation revealed. I am more sure that Job received oral teaching and instruction from his family and teachers in his community. As witnessed in the bible, Job had some well versed friends (Eliphaz, Bildad, Zophar and beginning in Job chapter 32, Elihu the son of Barachel the Buzite).

What I am saying however, is that the Aleph-Bet serves as a witness to God's word as well as what was taught in the oral teaching passed down. They all knew the witness already, today we all partake in it as new understandings revealed to us by God! If you think about it, the first language must carry the very fabric of God's message and promises to His people.

However, please also keep in mind that what we see on the surface in the aleph-bet, goes much deeper when we come to words and understandings. Also teachings in the times and seasons of the aleph-bet can be rehashed and re-taught just like the word of God itself. This is because it is the word of God! It is ALIVE!

What do you think “the scripture of truth” is, that the angel of God showed Daniel? “But I will shew thee that which is noted in the scripture of truth:” (Daniel 10:21) Read Daniel chapters 9-11 and tell me how else it had already been “written”.

The scripture is of course put simply every “word” of God, and then rightly divided and understood as prophecy!

“Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.” (II Timothy 2:15)

“All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness” (II Timothy 3:16)

I should also point out that I also have another revelation of the Gimmel being the redeemer, so I believe that this verse in Job is broken up between the first row of aleph-bet and this second row. The second row, because it fulfills the prophecy of messiah being born in the middle of time (which needs to be in the middle row).

Mother in Hebrew is spelled Aleph-Mem. Aleph is “God” and mem is “mother”! Mem is spelled mem-mem and we have here both mems, EXACTLY how it would have to be spelled (mem with the sofit mem)!

Jews have known and taught for thousands of years, that the mem is the exact middle letter of the alpeh-bet!

The first letter aleph, middle letter mem and the last letter tav () “Emet” spell truth in Hebrew!The messiah not only taught himself to be the first letter and the last letter of the alpeh-bet, he claimed to be the “TRUTH”!

Every taught Jew during the time knew this was the beginning, the end and the middle! (Aleph Mem Tav spelled left to right in Hebrew)

Job knew the “law” (evidenced by him offering up sacrifices for his children): He knew Messiah was his “kinsman” REDEEMER; to be born of a “virgin mother”; during the fulness of time; and he knew of the resurrection!

“But when the fulness of the time was come, God sent forth his Son, made of a woman, made under the law, To redeem them that were under the law...” (Galatians 4:4-5)

“That in the dispensation of the fulness of times he might gather together in one all things in messiah, both which are in heaven, and which are on earth; even in him” (Ephesians 1:10)

So, here we find in the exact middle of the aleph-bet“A VIRGIN BIRTH” (as was originally taught by our ancient sages!)

In Hebrew we realize the meaning of mem being not only water, but birth and mother. In fact we find teachings that these two mems, denote one closed womb and one open womb!

In Hebrew we realize the meaning of mem being not only water, but birth and mother. In fact we find teachings that these two mems, denote one closed womb and one open womb!

Philology teaches how language carries information down through the ages. We see evidence of this when we fully realize linguistics through history. We see this simply in the fact of many different languages starting with or simply having the M or M sound in the word for mother! Examples: Italian madre; Dutch moeder; German Mutter; Polish mama; Spanish madre; Welsh mam; Norwegian mor; Slovak matka; Swedish mor; Afrikaans ma; Zulu Umama; Romanian mama; Latin mater and the list truly goes on and on!

We have currently cataloged almost 500 extinct languages going back as far as the 2nd millennium BC. In the year 2000 we counted about 7000 active languages worldwide, which would give us about 7500 total languages in our history. However, this number is rapidly decreasing in front of our eyes! In the year 2016 the list decreased to roughly 6,500 spoken languages. Currently out of these 6500 languages about 2,000 have fewer than 1,000 people that still speak them. One estimate published in 2004 expected that about 90% of all current spoken languages will become extinct by the year 2050 (Study by language researcher, David Graddol See: MSNBC Article 2004-02-26

One thing that I can predict by the "revealed word of God" is that the most popular language: Mandarin Chinese with over a billion speakers world wide, will be extinct before Hebrew will be!

“Heaven and earth shall pass away: but my words shall not pass away” (Mark 13:31)

"For then will I turn to the people a pure language, that they may all call upon the name of the LORD, to serve him with one consent" (Zephaniah 3:9)

There must be something to this! Out of EVERY LANGUAGE that has actually become EXTINCT, ONLY HEBREW HAS BEEN REVIVED!

At one time in history, Hebrew was cataloged as becoming completely extinct. There have been other languages in danger of extinction that recover. However most of these stay on the endangered list, with only a very small amount of people that can actually still speak the language.

Hebrew was cataloged as being completely extinct in the 4th century AD and then REVIVED in the 1980's! It was thought to be DEAD for almost 2000 years as a spoken language. It has now become the official language of Israel and is spoken by 9,000,000 people around the world and rapidly growing.

ALSO DO THE MATH ON THIS: Out of all of these languages, there is no other actual language that has two M's!

Now think about this... It makes NO linguistic sense to have two different M's that MAKE THE SAME EXACT SOUND!

Also we see the mem following the meaning of mother, being so obviously preserved down through so many languages.

However now we see that the pure ancient Hebrew origin, preserves and teaches both “mother” and “womb”!
Not only this but we see it being taught from the beginning that the open mem actually means “open womb” and the closed mem means a “closed womb” (or virgin). This also all taught BEFORE it was prophesied by Isaiah that “a virgin shall conceive” and well before messiah was ever born! We also now see the virgin birth deep in the FABRIC of the original language, then we see it in the written word!

Do you remember how I said to pay close attention to those extremely rare textual oddities in the ancient Hebrew text?

Well now we have another. Only this time in the context of the messiah!

“For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace. Of the increase of his government and peace there shall be no end, upon the throne of David, and upon his kingdom, to order it, and to establish it with judgment and with justice from henceforth even for ever. The zeal of the LORD of hosts will perform this. (Isaiah 9:6-7 Jewish Scriptures 9:5-6)

In the image above I show where a sofit mem is used in the middle of a word that references messiah (see Isaiah 9:2/Luke 1:79). It is clear when reading the Talmud and other early Jewish writings that this special mem was seen not only as a great mystery concerning messiah, but a deliberately well kept “secret”!

In about 350 A.D. Tanhuma bar Abba (R. Tanhum) quoted Shimon Bar Kappara (180 to 220 A.D.)

“Why is every mem in the middle of a word open, whilst this is closed? — The Holy One, blessed be He, wished to appoint Hezekiah as the Messiah, and Sennacherib as Gog and Magog; whereupon the Attribute of Justice said before the Holy One, blessed be He: ‘Sovereign of the Universe! If Thou didst not make David the Messiah, who uttered so many hymns and psalms before Thee, wilt Thou appoint Hezekiah as such, who did not hymn Thee in spite of all these miracles which Thou wroughtest for him?’ Therefore it [sc. the mem] was closed. Straightway the earth exclaimed: ‘Sovereign of the Universe! Let me utter song before Thee instead of this righteous man [Hezekiah], and make him the Messiah.’ So it broke into song before Him, as it is written, From the uttermost part of the earth have we heard songs, even glory to the righteous. Then the Prince of the Universe said to Him: ‘Sovereign of the Universe! It [the earth] hath fulfilled Thy desire [for songs of praise] on behalf of this righteous man.’ But a heavenly Voice cried out, ‘It is my secret, it is my secret.’ To which the prophet rejoined, ‘Woe is me, woe is me: how long [must we wait]?’ The heavenly Voice [again] cried out, ‘The treacherous dealers have dealt treacherously; yea, the treacherous dealers have dealt very treacherously: which Raba — others say, R. Isaac — interpreted: until there come spoilers, and spoilers of the spoilers.” (B. Talmud – Mas. Sanhedrin. 94a)

The quote above deals with the meaning of the closed mem and that it was a great secret concerning the messiah. Hezekiah could never be messiah, because he was born from an open womb. Just as Israel in the past had wanted a king, here we witness them trying to rush in the messianic reign. To the end that they must then ask “how long must we wait?”.

Another quote in context to reveal how specific this “secret” was, in relating to messiah and the holders of these secrets...

Judah and Hezekiah, the sons of R. Hiyya, once sat at table with Rabbi and uttered not a word. Whereupon he said: Give the young men plenty of strong wine, so that they may say something. When the wine took effect, they began by saying: The son of David cannot appear ere the two ruling houses in Israel shall have come to an end, viz., the Exilarchate, in Babylon and the Patriarchate in Palestine, for it is written, And he shall be for a Sanctuary, for a stone of stumbling and for a rock of offence to both houses of Israel (Is. 8:14). Thereupon he [Rabbi] exclaimed: You throw thorns in my eyes, my children! At this, R. Hiyya [his disciple] remarked: Master, be not angered, for the numerical value of the letters of yayin is seventy, and likewise the letters of sod: When yayin [wine] goes in, sod [secrets] comes out. (B.Talmud – Mas. Sanhedrin. 38a)

From the quotes above we clearly see the mem relating to the messiah, in the history and fabric of Jewish thought. However the quotes above were written in about the fourth century, quoting second century sources. Just to point out that this was not some new teaching that surfaced around the second or third century, I will also point out that we find this teaching in earlier sources before the Christian era. One of these sources would be the Sefer Yetzirah (Book of Creation), which is no later than second century BC. Most Jews believe this writing to go all the way back to Abraham. Jewish folk lore attributes it to Adam, and that from Adam it was passed over to Noah and then to Abraham the friend of God. In Sefer Yetzirah 3:6, the mem is referenced as the womb.

In the Sefer HaBahir (1st-Century Jewish writing) we see yet another example of why there is two mem's and again it has to do with a womb and a virgin birth (being a womb from above)!

"The open Mem. What is the open Mem? It includes both male and female. What is the closed Mem ? It is made like a womb from above. But Rabbi Rahumai said that the womb is like the letter Teth . He said it is like a Teth on the inside, while I say that it is like a Mem on the outside. What is a Mem? Do not read Mem, but Mayim (water). Just like water is wet, so is the womb always wet. Why does the open Mem include both male and female, while the closed Mem is male? This teaches us that the Mem is primarily male. The opening was then added to it for the sake of the female. Just like the male cannot give birth, so the closed MEM cannot give birth. And just like the female has an opening with which to give birth, so can the open MEM give birth. The MEM is therefore open and closed." (Sefer HaBahir 84-85)

There are other quotes in the Sefer HaBahir that teach this concept as well as how we understand the great mystery that Paul refers to in the New Testament: “the bride of messiah”. However for now, I think the point has been made that messiah was born in the middle row and in the middle or fullness of time and the exact middle of the aleph-bet.

Coincidence #8 (Hebrew Letters:Mem, Lamed, Kaf)
(After showing us that he will be born of a virgin; in the exact middel of time, we have the Hebrew word for KING (melek) spelled out on the right hand side using the mem)

I guess it is only another coincidence that right next to messiah (the KING of the universe) being born, that we have the Hebrew word for KING (melek) spelled out using the mem?

“Now when Yeshua was born in Bethlehem of Judaea, in the days of Herod the king, there came Magi from the east unto Jerusalem, saying: Where is the king of the Jews that is born? For we have seen his star in the east, and have come to worship him. And Herod the king heard, and he was disturbed; and all Jerusalem with him. And he assembled all the chiefs of the priests and the scribes of the people, and inquired of them, Where is the birthplace of the Messiah? And they said: In Bethlehem of Judaea; for thus it is written in the prophet: Thou also, Bethlehem of Judaea, art not the little among the kings of Judaea, for a king shall come from thee who shall rule my people Israel” (Matthew 2:1-6)

I should also point out that because the word King in Hebrew (mem, lamed,Kaf) ends with one of the five sofit letters (kaf), that to spell the word properly it would need the final form of the letter. AND in this case it DOES! It would be perfectly fine (in my opinion) that if it spelled out King just using the correct letters it would be enough, but this is right down to the PROPER case! In other wordsbut it uses the exact proper form!

Coincidence #9 (Hebrew Letters:Mem, Nun)
(After showing us that he will be born a virgin and be and a king, we now see him also as our priest (after the order of Melchisedec) offering up himself as a sacrifice)

So, I guess we would be stretching it a little bit if after seeing that messiah is born (mem-mem), then seeing that he is a King (mem-lamed-kaf), to then look to the other side (mem-nun) and expect to see something? How about the root for the word priest (from the right hand), sin-offering and sacrifice? Mem-Nun can mean many things by adding the Hebrew vowels and then we have also the mem-nun root of other words. Now we need to go on to see how these words relate to each other and scripture! Looking at Hebrew roots, we want to see all of the possibilities! How can these words apply to prophecy and in fact look right into the fabric of the gospel in God's Holy Tongue?

We see on one side that he is a king, here on the other we see that he is a priest!

Since we also see both sin offering and sacrifice, we can easily see that he is a king and priest (after the order of Melchisedec) offering up himself as a sacrifice! Hebrews 7:21-27 (also see Hebrews chapter 9).

There is SO much symbolism here in the mem-nun. () is literally “manna”, who our messiah claimed to be: “Then Jesus said to them, truly, truly, I say to you, Moses gave you not that bread from heaven; but my Father gives you the true bread from heaven. For the bread of God is he which comes down from heaven, and gives life to the world” (John 6:32-33) (and then in verse 41 “The Jews then murmured at him, because he said, I am the bread which came down from heaven”). There is much more to the Jewish custom of kiddush and breaking bread and how it relates to messiah and the bride (Kiddushin (betrothal) Also: sanctification or dedication also called erusin, the first of the two stages of the Jewish wedding process). However, we see even more when we take into account Melchisedec who was a king and priest who also practiced this custom with Abraham first thing: “And Melchizedek king of Salem brought forth bread and wine: and he was the priest of the most high God. And he blessed him, and said, Blessed be Abram of the most high God, possessor of heaven and earth: And blessed be the most high God, which hath delivered thine enemies into thy hand. And he gave him tithes of all. (Genesis 14:18-20)

Otherroots that make sense:(minnzar) an anointed crowned prince as also shown in the zayin. (The crowned man that speaks with a two edged sword). (minchah) a donation, tribute, a sacrificial offering or a sacrifice or offering of free will. (mnachem) "comforter", (manachath) "rest", (Mniy) the Apportioner, Fate.from[min] and[yamiyn]; from (the) right hand; Meaning Miniamin = "from the right hand" Now compare Psalm 110 who is sitting at the right hand? The risen Lord as seen in the Hebrew word adonai with the picture of Lamed () as the prefix (the Lamed being made of a kuf and a Vav picturing a man being lifted to heaven by God's palm/hand or in ancient pictographs a wing).

Coincidence #10 (Hebrew Letter:Nun-Sofit)
(The Nun-Sofit reveals the fullness of time and the exact middle in which a virgin birth takes place. This birth would bring forth a King and a Priest that would stem forth and give himself as a sacrifice and an offering, also seen here prophecy in a resurection from the dead.)

Now if this is not enough, still there is more now going on to the next letter which is the final (or sofit) form of the nun!

So here we see the entire line becoming a story, that becomes more clear with each letter and ancient Jewish teaching of the meanings of the letters. This line starts with the yod showing the dispensation of the Spirit. It reveals the fullness of time and the exact middle in which a virgin birth takes place. This birth would bring forth a King and a Priest that would give himself as a sacrifice and an offering.

There is only one letter in the aleph-bet that ascends above the Hebrew writing line and taught symbolizes going to heaven (the Lamed). There is also only one letter that goes below the writing line (naturally) that symbolizes descending into the earth (Qof).

However, in the case of four of the sofit letters (), in special cases can also represent going below into the earth. In this case the Nun in ancient hieroglyphics is scratched into stone as a seed being planted. In some depictions (below 2nd sprout from the right) also as a cracked seed that has died in order to sprout new life from the seed to a sproutling!

Now we see the final Nun to show us that this one that would be born a King (seed of David) and Priest (Mary's Bloodline) from a closed mem (in the middle of time) that would give himself as a sacrifice, would go below the earth as a planted seed!

Now when you think this is enough, we do the same with this sofit letter as we did with the Mem. What happens if we put the Nun next to the final Nun and treat it as a word?

Coincidence #11 (Hebrew Letter: Nun + Sofit Nun)
(Nun-Sofit - It seems so clear to me that this is a picture and prophecy of messiah on the cross, going into the lower parts of the earth and then raising from the dead!)

We get the Hebrew verb “nuwn” which means : “to re-sprout, propagate by shoots, to be perpetual” be continued. ( (nun-nun quoted results) Also Strong's #5125 meaning “continue, to increase, propagate” using the Nun together with the final/sofit Nun! It seems so clear to me that this is a picture and prophecy of messiah on the cross, going into the lower parts of the earth and then raising from the dead!

Note On The Samekh
While we have already learned about the next and last Hebrew letter in this line (the Samekh in coincidence number 4). However, I should add here that the wedding does not necessarily mean that the full ceremony takes place at this time. In Jewish wedding betrothals are equivalent to an actual marriage and can only be dissolved by a formal divorce. This makes it obvious that the samekh can also indicate a betrothal and not the actual wedding or marriage feast itself.

Coincidences found in the next row

Coincidence #12
(Hebrew Letter: Ayin)
(Here the meaning of the Ayin in prophecy is the Jews eyes being opened during this time. Also the church age is likely complete at this time)

You might at this point want to review coincidence number 6 and the sub section 6c. In this section I pointed out that Ayin represents God as starting the row and point out the meaning of the Ayin as the Jews eyes being opened. Also at the end of coincidence #5 under the title “Notes and continued thoughts...”, I point out Paul's teachings in Romans about the Jewish nations eyes being closed for a time (until the fullness of the gentiles/or church age is complete).

“I say then, Have they stumbled that they should fall? God forbid: but rather through their fall salvation is come unto the Gentiles, for to provoke them to jealousy. Now if the fall of them be the riches of the world, and the diminishing of them the riches of the Gentiles; how much more their fulness? For I speak to you Gentiles, inasmuch as I am the apostle of the Gentiles, I magnify mine office: If by any means I may provoke to emulation them which are my flesh, and might save some of them. For if the casting away of them be the reconciling of the world, what shall the receiving of them be, but life from the dead?...For I would not, brethren, that ye should be ignorant of this mystery, lest ye should be wise in your own conceits; that blindness in part is happened to Israel, until the fullness of the Gentiles be come in.” (Romans 11:11-25)

So now if this line shows God in the Ayin and as the Jews have already taught for thousands of years (one eye for the beginning and one for the end) as well as this new age starting after what we just witnessed at the end of the second line (the fullness of the Gentiles) and now the Jews eyes being opened, what would you expect to see next?

You guessed it, the Two Witnesses spoken of in the book of Revelation!
(Two witnesses that prophesy, found in Revelation 11:3)

Coincidence #13 (Hebrew Letter: Pey)
(Here the two witnesses show up and get ready to give their testimony)

As we know each letter has a picture and a word (or meaning).
For example the word in Hebrew for hand, is “yod”. The word “Yod” is also a letter!

The Hebrew word “Pey” is like this.

If you want to say I opened my “mouth” and spoke, you would say I opened my Pey!

The ancient hieroglyph for Pey was pictured as an open mouth. More ancient pictures actually used a tongue (as shown below)

It is not hard for anyone to see two witnesses (or mouths). However, for the math of this line, it would be enough of a coincidence if we only saw the Jews eyes being opened and then appeared two witnesses, but now we see something even more remarkable!

Coincidence #14 (Hebrew Letter: Sofit Pey)
(Here the two witnesses open their mouth as seen with the sofit pey and begin their testimony)

We have already learned (understanding Hebrew visually) that the sofit form of the pey has been taught for thousands of years by ancient Rabbis to be a “mouth that has opened”!

In the Talmud (shabbath104a)
"The bent pe and the straight pe [intimate] an open mouth [peh], a closed mouth"

Also in note #18 in shabbath104a
"The medial (bent) pe is almost closed (p) ‘A time to keep silence, and a time to speak’ (Eccl. III, 7)"

So now we see these two witnesses open their mouth and testify (also in Revelation 11:5 we see another possibility “fire proceeds out of their mouth”).

But even now as the mathematical probability already astounds you, let me show you what comes next!

Coincidence #15 (Hebrew Letters: Tsade-Sofit Tsade)
(Here the two witnesses are killed and seen laying in the street)

In Revelation 11:7 we see that these two witnesses are killed after they finish their testimony. In verse 8 we read “ And their dead bodies shall lie in the street”. In verse 9 For three days: “shall not suffer their dead bodies to be put in graves”.

There is so much here, I will need to condense it as much as possible: First the meaning of the letter Tsade is a righteous man (Tsadik), Divine "image (Tzelem), a humble man, a Godly man bent over (seen in the make up of the letter yod and bent over nun), a man laying down (as Job), a man laying down praying, or dead.

The ancient hieroglyphic for the Tsade is () and is described as a man laying down. So in effect what we actually see here in the ancient is ()

TWO men laying down!

Noteworthy is the fact that we see this very same letter being used by our messiah, while teaching his own death and using the Tsade to symbolize himself as: “a man laying down” in teaching about his death in the Yachatz (the Breaking of the bread).

Christians know and remember “The Lord's Supper”, while not too many know the origin of where it comes from or even comprehend the real significance of it.

Why did Jesus say that the bread that he “broke” was “His” “Body”?

It was not until much later (after his death) that the “mystery of the church” was revealed along with so many other “mysteries”.

It was the apostle Paul that revealed most all of these mysteries.

Have you ever wondered why him?

Peter pointed to Paul when he said :

“...even as our beloved brother Paul also according to the wisdom given unto him hath written unto you; As also in all his epistles, speaking in them of these things; in which are some things hard to be understood, which they that are unlearned and unstable wrest, as they do also the other scriptures, unto their own destruction.”
(2 Peter 3:15-16)

We still must ask ourselves, why Paul?

Lets not loose sight that Paul was a learned man. He not only did what was required as in learning the scriptures from a child and then going on to memorize the oral Torah, but he sat at the feet of Gamaliel (Acts 22:3) who was the grandson of the great Jewish teacher Hillel the Elder. Paul would have learned many spiritual principles and mysteries of the aleph-bet.

Ancient traditions in the Passover teach the most basic principles about the messiah.

For the Jewish nation to understand this basic knowledge, they will need to filter their traditions through Yahshua/Jesus (as messiah) for a more clear understanding. Once you believe in Yahshua as messiah there is no longer a cloudy or foggy understanding, the veil has been taken away and you can see through and into the perfect law “God's instructions”.

“But their minds were blinded: for until this day remains the same veil untaken away in the reading of the old testament; which veil is done away in Christ. But even unto this day, when Moses is read, the veil is upon their heart. Nevertheless when it shall turn to the Lord, the veil shall be taken away.” (2 Corinthians 3:14-16)

This same "veil" spoken here can also be seen in the veil that that separated the Holy of Holies in the temple as well as the veil in a Torah cabinet that hides the Torah. The veil of the heart and we are Torah cabinets!

It was also the linen cloth that messiah was wrapped in.

Paul met the resurrected messiah (Acts 9:4-5, 26:14-15) He went into the desert of Arabia for three years, caught up into the third heavens and was taught by God. (Galatians 1:11-18, 2 Corinthians 12:2). It was the Lord that taught Paul the revelation of “the Lord's Supper” as shown in the scriptures above and below:

"For I have received of the Lord that which also I delivered unto you, That the Lord Jesus the same night in which he was betrayed took bread: And when he had given thanks, he brake it, and said, Take, eat: this is my body, which is broken for you: this do in remembrance of me”. (I Corinthians 11:23-24)

Without knowing Jewish traditions people can miss out on simple understandings. Passover being most important! When our Lord sat with his disciples he said that he would not drink the fruit of the vine again until we all eat and drink in his kingdom (Luke 22:18-20).

I will explain this mystery, since it will help you to understand this section better

Understanding the importance of the “Lord's Supper”

1. How many different full cups were drank during the supper?
Answer: Four Cups:

2. What did they signify?
Answer: 1st Sanctification, 2nd Judgment, 3rd Redemption, 4th Joy

3. Which cup did he give to his disciples to divide among themselves that Christians now observe as “The Lords Supper”?
Answer: The cup of Redemption

4. Which cup will we drink with him in the kingdom? (Luke 22:18-20)
Answer: The cup of Joy

5. Which part of the bread will we eat in his kingdom?
Answer: The Afikomen (the dessert).

6. How many loaves of bread were there at the supper?
Answer: There were three loaves of unleavened bread all separated by linen in one pouch.

7. What did the three loaves represent?
Jew: Abraham, Isaac, Jacob Messianic: Father, Son, Holy Spirit
Note that also in Jewish thought Isaac is thought of as the only son. This was proved when it came to Abraham believing God who cannot lie saying “in Isaac shall thy seed be called” and still placing him on the alter of sacrifice, having faith in God being able to raise him from the dead (Hebrews 11:19).

8. Which loaf did he take out of the pouch and break in half when saying this is my body?
Answer: He took out the same loaf that Jews have always taken out and broke in half! The one in the middle (representing the son as also seen above both Isaac and the promised messiah)

9. Why did he break it?
Answer:In Jewish tradition this part of the supper (where the middle loaf is broken) is called “the Yachatz” which in Hebrew means to break.

10. What did he do with the other half of the broken bread?
Answer:When the middle bread is taken and broke in half, the larger piece is rolled up in a white linen cloth and then hidden away for the children to find and is used as the last part of the Passover meal. This is called the Afikomen meaning literally “that which is to come after” (the dessert). After the children find it they bring it back for a ransom which must be paid to get it back. (Note: There are different traditions relating to the afikomen some have the children hide it)

11. What does the broken bread signify?
Answer: Now if you think about it, we have Jesus breaking the bread and claims it is HIS BODY. The picture that we are to see here is that the BODY is being rolled in a white linen cloth the SAME as HIS literal body was not long after the supper. (As he has risen and is in heaven at the right hand of the father (Psalm 110:1) The children (Jewish Nation) will find him later).

Now this part of the supper is called Yachatz spelled in Hebrewand in the ancient Hebrew hieroglyphics:

For those that did not catch it yet:

In ancient we see a hand wrapping a man that is laying down in a linen cloth!

In Passover, we are wrapping part of the BROKEN bread that Jesus said “This is my body” in a linen cloth which is pictured by a MAN being rolled in a linen cloth!

(Note that in Hebrew we would likely also be witnessing the resurrection with use of the sofit Tsade)

Coincidence #16

Here we only need to ask the question of the mathematical probabilities of the Tsade along with the chet and yod (man laying down, linen sheet and hand) being the word for “Broken” (Yachatz) actually meaning literally and exactly what is happening together in parallel with the linen and the bread and Jesus saying it is HIS BODY. Only now also in conjunction with the scriptures and what is happening here in this line, namely the appearing two men lying down right after two mouths appear and then open.

Coincidence #16 (Hebrew Letter: Sofit Tsade)
(Here the two witnesses come back to life after three days and stand up on their feet)

In coincidence #13 I draw attention to Revelation 11:3 revealing two witnesses (Peys or mouths). Then in coincidence #14 I point out that the book of Revelation then teaches that they open their mouth () and then I show the visual significance and ancient rabbinic teaching of the Pey opening it's mouth. In #15, I show in Revelation 11:7-9 that these two witnesses are killed and then laid in the streets for three days ( ).

HOWEVER, now hold on to your common sense and think mathematical, because the Tsade is no longer laying down, the sofit Tsade just STOOD UP ON IT'S FEET OUT OF THE EARTH! ( )

“And after three days and an half the Spirit of life from God entered into them, and they stood upon their feet; and great fear fell upon them which saw them” (Revelation 11:11)

Note also the ancient Rabbinic teaching on the Tsade (here transliterated as zadde) teaches that the “straightened” sofit form of the letter is likely: life, heaven, afterlife representing “righteous” in the “next world”.

“A bent zadde and a straight zadde: the righteous [zaddik] is bent [in this world]; the righteous is straightened [in the next world]". Talmud Shabbath 104a

Clearly we see them standing up, coming back from death and now straightened and ready for “the next world” (which is shown in the next letter).

IMPORTANT: When this happened with Jesus, he was taken up in a cloud with a great noise and a voice from heaven as evidenced in these scriptures:

“And when he had spoken these things, while they beheld, he was taken up; and a cloud received him out of their sight. And while they looked stedfastly toward heaven as he went up, behold, two men stood by them in white apparel;Which also said, Ye men of Galilee, why stand ye gazing up into heaven? this same Jesus, which is taken up from you into heaven, shall so come in like manner as ye have seen him go into heaven” (Acts 1:9-11)

It makes sense here that he went up with a noise, because the angels said “he would come back as you seen him go”, and the scripture says he will come back with the noise:

”For the Lord himself shall descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of the archangel, and with the trump of God: and the dead in Christ shall rise first” (I Thessalonians 4:16)

Also, Acts 1:9 is a prophecy being fulfilled from Psalm 47

“God is gone up with a shout, the LORD with the sound of a trumpet” (Psalms 47:5)

So, what would we expect to witness next?

Coincidence #17 (Hebrew Letter: Qof)
(The Hebrew Letter Qof depicts the resurrection of these two witnesses and so much more)

The Hebrew Letter Qof depicts the resurrection of these two witnesses and so much more. However since much of the understanding of this letter has not yet been made public knowledge, I will do my best to reveal some of my revelations.

The section below should help give you a much more clearer understanding of how this letter teaches that the two witnesses actually go up in a cloud with others hearing a great noise and a voice from heaven!

Understanding the Hebrew letter Qof

We saw in Revelation 11:11 that the witnesses “stood up on their feet”, now in verse 12

“And after three days and an half the Spirit of life from God entered into them, and they stood upon their feet; and great fear fell upon them which saw them. And they heard a great voice from heaven saying unto them, Come up hither. And they ascended up to heaven in a cloud; and their enemies beheld them” (Revelation 11:11-12)

The Qof indicates them going to heaven IN SO MANY WAYS! I could and likely will some day write a book on this topic alone, but for now will cover the basics for a good understanding to the reader:

This to me (the Qof) is one of the most exciting letters that I show here in the Ktav Ashurit font . However, I must point out right away the significance of it's counter part in the same most Holy font .

Notice here the construction of these two letters and keep a picture in your mind as you read the sections below. Notice the part of the letter that looks like a backwards C: Think of this as a palm of a hand, a wing of a dove or a cloud. Now the part added that looks like a line going down on the first letter and a line going up on the second letter, think of as a man. I ask you to do this because ancient rabbi's have already taught this for thousands of years. In fact, this “line” (Zayin) on the Qof is taught not only to be a man, but a crowned man (as well as a sword with two edges). The line on the second letter (Vav) is taught to be a natural man with the number of six, while the first a royal or perfect crowned man with the number of seven. (However there are two vowels that can make this man perfect and take on the number seven)

If you have already read the section on "The Hebrew word for prayer" in the revelation section; AND you already have a real good understanding of the lamed (shown below); you can skip down to the continued area about qof and it's teaching on the resurection.

If you have not already read it, then start reading below now to get a real good understanding of the lamed!

IT WILL REALLY HELP YOU to understand much more on this topic.


The Hebrew language is spiritual and packed with so much meaning. When a Hebrew scroll is prepared, it must go through many rules and guidelines itself to be a kosher scroll. The ink must be kosher and the entire scroll eatable. After these standards the scribe now has his rules in copying it. One of the first rules of preparing the scroll is to cut or score 43 horizontal lines on the parchment with a stylus/ruler called a sargel (Yemenite Jews use 51 lines). The first line is used only as a guideline and the following 42 lines are for the Torah text. Also important to know is that the letters being written are suspended from the lines, not written on them (as in other cultures). Each letter also has it's own proper place, direction, etc.. The Yod is the only letter that floats all by itself under the line symbolizing a dove (Holy Spirit). There is only ONE LETTER that ascends above the writing line (symbolizing heaven) which is the Lamed ().

Out of the 22 natural letters (without counting sofit letters) there is only ONE LETTER that descends below the writing line which is the Qof () sometimes symbolizing the earth and sometimes below the earth.

When I first started to understand the Lamed, it was an eye opener to me of just how visual Hebrew actually is!

As I looked at more and more ancient Hebrew scrolls and manuscripts, I began to notice something that caused me to dig deeper into the meaning and understanding of the Lamed. I began to notice that not only was it ascending above the line and moving towards the heavens, it was looking much like smoke or incense. Notice here where the tip of the Lamed moves off to the side and moves up into the line above and around the sofit Tsade.

Notice below the smoke and incense rising up and disappearing at the top of the pages as a sweet smelling savor to God.

(See other examples)

There are many more spiritual witnesses on this topic:

First lets have a look at scripture.

Old testament teaching about sacrifices always included God's approval by smell. The first place we find this in scripture is Abel's offering to the Lord in Genesis 4:4 where he “brought of the firstlings of his flock and of the fat thereof”. We know that the FAT always belongs to the Lord. In Leviticus chapter three, beginning with the first verse it explains the spotless offering.

In verse 16 we learn:

“And the priest shall burn them upon the altar: it is the food of the offering made by fire for a sweet savour: all the fat is YHWH's” (Leviticus 3:16)

How does God recognize this “savour”?

“And Noah builded an altar unto YHWH; and took of every clean beast, and of every clean fowl, and offered burnt offerings on the altar. And YHWH smelled a sweet savour...” (Genesis 8:20-21)

There is no doubt to God smelling these offerings and sacrifices. Also there was the altar of incense, in which God's people minister by burning incense to Him. Where this is written it is also a command to burn incense “throughout your generations” (Exodus 30:8). However, in the last Hebrew book in the Bible, God speaks of a time to the Jewish nation “I have no pleasure in you, saith the LORD of hosts, neither will I accept an offering at your hand”. But then goes on to say in verse 11:

“For from the rising of the sun even unto the going down of the same my name shall be great among the Gentiles; and in every place incense shall be offered unto my name, and a pure offering: for my name shall be great among the heathen, saith the LORD of hosts.” (Malachi 1:10-11)

We also learn of another type of spiritual incense:

We also begin to notice words such as “bringing sacrifices of praise, unto the house of the LORD”.

Today we do not see the Gentiles offering literal incense, but we do see them praying and offering up their praises! in which we now read in the book of revelation:

“And when he had taken the book, the four beasts and four and twenty elders fell down before the Lamb, having every one of them harps, and golden vials full of odours, which are the prayers of saints” (Revelation 5:8)

“And the smoke of the incense, which came with the prayers of the saints, ascended up before God out of the angel's hand”
(Revelation 8:4)


So, now having a good understanding on how our prayers are like smoke and incense rising to heaven, lets have a look at the Hebrew word for PRAYER (Palal)


The letter Pey in Hebrew, is also a word. It is the word mouth.
If you want to say mouth in Hebrew, you say "Pey".

The ancient picture for the letter Pey is a picture of a mouth ().

Then with the Lamed's we see the incense rising to heaven!

God's house shall be called a house of Prayer, Praise and Learning!
All three of these go to heaven (see later how the Lamed himself goes to heaven too)

Noteworthy is the fact that the Lamed is also a Hebrew word!
It means Learn;teach;teacher

Praise in Hebrew is Halal which also ascends to heaven


“Let my prayer be set forth before thee as incense; and the lifting up of my hands as the evening sacrifice” (Psalms 141:2)

The ancient pictograph for the Hebrew letter Hey is:

A man lifting his hands as the evening sacrifice, and the odours smelled a sweet savour” (Genesis 8:21) Also if you spell out Adam in Hebrew: You get “met palal” a man that prays or “a praying man”). (messiah is the second Adam / intercessor)

“Adam” is spelled with the “letters” Aleph-Dalet-Mem: However, now spell out the “words” aleph, dalet and mem and after spelling “Adam (circled above) you are left with: which is met (man) palal (praying) only with the mouth (pey) between the Lameds picturing the pictograph of the “praying man”

Visualize above the two Lamed's as the hands being lifted into the air and the pey as the mouth and you will see:

Take note also that that the same letter Pey is used for "face". So, we can even more easily and visually see the face in the middle and the two arms raising in the air in prayer and praise.

I received this revelation on a shabbat many years ago. I was praying in the morning and after gathering all of my dreams and words from the Lord. I sincerely asked Him to "teach me" something that day.

We were directed to an Indonesian prayer service that afternoon and it was sweet!

We were sitting around in a circle of chairs. A person was playing a guitar as we all worshiped. There were breaks in between with awesome prayer and singing in the spirit. There was a woman across the way that had lifted her hands in the air in worship.

The Lord whispered in my ear and asked me to lift one of my hands into the air.

I whined and sighed inside while saying: "but I don't want to". I had thought while complaining to the Lord: "they might think that I am lifting my hand because the lady across from me lifted her hands". OK, so no one is "that perfect" right? I will take the hit in this testimony, because of what happened next!

God spoke to me "did you say this morning that you wanted to learn something?".

I conceded and slowly lifted my left arm into the air (and rested my right hand in the center of my chest). Then He spoke again: Now, take your right hand and place it on your elbow, and lift your arm higher.

As I obeyed (shema), my head flooded with pictures and revelation. I noticed that my hand and arm pictured the lamed as it rose up above the line. I saw Moses having his arms held up during battle and understood messiah being lifted until His enemies are made his footstool. The serpent being lifted up in the wilderness and as you can see from this page already, so much, Much, MUCH more! It keeps growing even today!


After learning this step, I had to question God.

I told Him that it did not make sense to me. Why two lameds?
I told Him, there only needs to be one!

I explained: I open my mouth in prayer; the smoke goes to heaven. (see: only one lamed was needed, only one puff of smoke) - ALL DONE!

He spoke to me and said "look it up". I looked it up at and put in (lamed-lamed). Noteworthy is the fact that only one word comes up that begins with two lameds and this is the Hebrew word lula'ah same as [luwl] which literally means LOOP.

Also interesting is the fact that besides this only two possible weak verbs (not beginning with two lameds) comes up (yalal and halal) / , which both end with two lameds (and both also relate to our prayer topic)!

Also in the Vav is used with a vowel shurek (spirit filled perfect man taught here), being a connector or intercessor (between the Lameds).

Thus the reason for not only having one lamed in the Hebrew word Palal (prayer). Because He answers and communicates by the spirit (a real thing) and a loop as seen in Romans chapter eight where he makes intercession for us.

From the above, you can see a picture of messiah in heaven interceding for us, only now that you have come this far in UNDERSTANDING, lets see even more!


Once years ago I was tutoring a Jehovah's Witness woman in Hebrew. She was learning so fast, it was impressive and truly amazing. She was reciting so well, but with only one glitch. Each time she would recite, she would skip over the Lamed!

I had taught her many spiritual revelations, one of which was the make up and construction of the Lamed. The Lamed is made of a Kaf and a Vav. This pictures a man standing on a wing or palm of a hand (a wing in ancient proto-semitic and palm of hand in Hebrew fonts) and being lifted to Heaven. The Lamed is the only letter that rises above the writing line and teaches an allegory of rising to the heavenly.

One day after some direction from the Lord, I was able to help her:
I asked her – Who is the Lamed? She answered, after thinking for a minute:“Jesus”. I said very good! Now, don't forget the Lamed!

For almost a year after she still said taking a breath before reciting: “I will not forget the Lamed”.

This was my word for her, but one day it brought me a revelation.
It just came to me one day. Let me first tell you that I thought that I would never in my lifetime ever use Psalm 110:1 with a Jewish unbeliever! Some Christians might feel smart using it because 2000 years ago messiah quoted it in Luke 20:42 to some Jewish scribes. However, the point here is that they are now ready and waiting for the question and they have had about 2000 years to think about it. In fact, they might even think something like: That's all you got after 2000 years? What, nothing new?

Well, I had just got a revelation that morning and later that evening went to a function and somehow, kind of “accidentally” found myself sitting next to a retired rabbi. We talked for hours and really had a good time. However I found myself having to reveal my new understanding, which did make him think (and I know after that night will never be the same for either of us).

At one point it just fit into the conversation. I asked what about Psalm 110? He quickly answered, “oh, that is a missionary verse”!

I said yes, I know, but did you ever notice that here in Psalm 110 that Adoni uses Lamed as a prefix? (La-adoni) He answered, “yes, so, 'to' the Lord...and very common”. I got to share that while the prefix may be common, the use of it with Adoni was not so common being only 14 times in the entire Tanakh. And then I got to ask him – “and who is the Lamed?”

But now for you: We know that Lamed is a prefix meaning “to”, but there is also a picture in the construction of the letter Lamed itself. This is because rabbis in many places teach that The letter Vav is a Man. They also teach that the letter Kaf is a hand (palm of a hand) and in ancient Hebrew hieroglyphics "a wing").

Rabbis also teach that anything that goes above the Hebrew writing line, goes to Heaven. The Lamed is made up of a Kaf (wing) with a Vav (man) standing on it! The Lamed is the only letter that goes above the Hebrew writing line.

The Lamed () pictures a man being lifted to heaven.

In the verse:

"A Psalm of David. Jehovah saith unto my Lord, Sit thou at my right hand, Until I make thine enemies thy footstool" (Psalms 110:1 [ASV])

Notice here that in Hebrew the word is not “just” the regular word for “Lord”
(Adoni), but it uses the prefix attached to the word Lord/Adoni
(). So what we see if we look at it pictorially is a man that has been lifted to heaven, here called Lord or now understood with the prefix as the “risen Lord”.

We can now have the understanding that HaShem said to the man that was lifted to heaven, sit here until I make your enemies your footstool.

Who is in heaven right now, waiting until his enemies are made his footstool?

Who do you think this is? Who fits this picture?

As you learn more about how Hebrew is written, you will see that this is much more then mere coincidence.

QOF, is just like the Lamed, only in reverse!

So, now that we have learned all about the Lamed and have the understanding that the Hebrew letter that goes above the line, goes to heaven; we will also understand that the Qof (being the only letter naturally that goes below the line), means going below the earth. However, because of our time frame here, it must be part of “Lamed-Qof”. Here the two witnesses are being reaped (or gleaned) after being in the lower parts of the earth for three days. Our messiah was also in the earth for three days. What we are witnessing here is “the scripture of truth” (Daniel 10:21) or “white space words”.

What is "White Space" in the Hebrew Language?

To understand the concept of white space you would first need understand and agree that “language” itself, limits what you can know. It also limits what you are able to learn.

For example: Let's say that I have a language that contains several million words and you have a language that contains only fifty thousand words. How would I be able to teach or explain everything that I know, without teaching you to understand more words? So, in this case you must see that I can posses knowledge and come to understandings that you cannot have without divine revelation or wisdom from God.

However, even with your divine revelation you would have a hard time explaining the teachings to someone else without the words, or comparing them to words concepts or understandings, that you already have.

Our ancient Rabbis teach that God is a consuming fire. Since God is the word, there is white fire and black fire. The Torah is God's grace written with black fire (visible to us) over white fire (not yet visible). There are still many more words, only they are in the white space hiding in plain sight. The rabbis also taught that when messiah comes, he will not only correctly interpret all the words of the Torah; he will also correctly interpret all the individual letters of each word. In fact, when Messiah comes, he will also even interpret all the white spaces between the letters and words and then turn the entire Torah into one word. Keeping this simple – The Messiah will reveal more words that exist, but are not yet revealed or fully known and understood in a way that we can teach others. Once you have a revelation, the words can be seen in the white space areas and we understand. Revealed revelation in God's word (the Bible) now also makes it possible to describe or point out the existence of a white space word. For example what is between Qof-Lamed and what is between Lamed-Qof? What words are found and what revelation is missing that goes with the words, since every word will be fulfilled? What is yet to be fulfilled?

My white space word iswhich is simply Qof-Lamed/Lamed-Qof, because The dagesh (dot) inside of the Lamed is a doubler (letting you know to read two Lamed's and not only one).

I guess depending on your views, you could also understand it is Lamed-Qof/Qof-Lamed with the dagesh in the qof instead.

This is simple really, if there is only one letter that goes above the line and it represents heaven, and one that goes below the line that represents earth and below the earth:

Lets make an assumption that these two letters might make a word. Let us also assume that these two letters might make two words (or roots) one being Qof-Lamed and the other Lamed Qof. What are the odds that EVERY WORD that we look up has something to do with the life, death, burial and resurrection of messiah?

Not only this but the return, reaping of the earth, emptying of Sheol (Hades/Hell) as well as many other eschatological doctrinal points!

The scary thing here though is that by using these two and three letter roots, we match not just a few, not a large percentage, but EVERY WORD found in scripture and meanings to do with doctrine of the second coming and the life of our messiah!

I cannot exhaust this here, there are about twenty pages of printed material that I have already put together on this in my research on this topic. Here are a few examples of words starting with Qof-Lamed and Lamed-Qof just to give an example of what to expect:

The Resurrection

This example is a two letter word as well as the meaning of these two letters, which is both the beginning and the end of the matter. Qof-Lamed is a voice and a sound. The aleph would start to teach a sound (the same as lamed-qof) but is silent in itself which is the mystery of the aleph to most that try and hear the sound that it makes as God opens his mouth. We must hear with our spiritual ears, Qof-Lamed. The sound and then hearing a voice such as those that hear thunder, some thought an angel, but others heard the voice of God. The voice messiah said, did not come for him, but for us.

"Father, glorify thy name. Then came there a voice from heaven, saying, I have both glorified it, and will glorify it again. The people therefore, that stood by, and heard it, said that it thundered: others said, An angel spake to him. Jesus answered and said, This voice came not because of me, but for your sakes.
(John 12:28-30)

Now only a couple verses away we see a perfect picture of the cross in the qof-lamed when he says "And I, if I be lifted up from the earth, will draw all men unto me (John 12:32). Here we see Qof-Lamed-Qof expanding into the first coming, death, preaching to spirits in prison, taking the keys, setting sheol free, his own resurection, the offering of the first fruits and as we look at all of the roots of qof-lamed and lamed-qof: the second coming, the reaping, the after crop and the last harvest.

Qof-lamed-qof is also taught in the following verses:

"And when he had spoken these things, while they beheld, he was taken up; and a cloud received him out of their sight. And while they looked stedfastly toward heaven as he went up, behold, two men stood by them in white apparel; Which also said, Ye men of Galilee, why stand ye gazing up into heaven? this same Jesus, which is taken up from you into heaven, shall so come in like manner as ye have seen him go into heaven. (Acts 1:9-11)

Since I Thessalonians 4:15-17 (shown below) says the Lord "will' (re)-descend with the "shout" "voice" and "trumpet" we know that this is what they witnessed here when he ascended (qof-lamed).

"For this we say unto you by the word of the Lord, that we which are alive and remain unto the coming of the Lord shall not prevent them which are asleep. For the Lord himself shall descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of the archangel, and with the trump of God: and the dead in Christ shall rise first: Then we which are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air: and so shall we ever be with the Lord" (I Thessalonians 4:15-17)

The same way he will return, he also left. This is proven and much of the revelation of qof-lamed is clearly seen in Psalm 9 "God is gone up with a shout, the LORD with the sound of a trumpet".

Note: Also before leaving the word (), remember Dagesh Qal which also has to do with sound. A sharp quick fast sound also seen in [qalal]; light, rapid, swift, "one who is swift" and add to the understanding "light sound" and more spiritual understanding for Dagesh.

"O clap your hands, all ye people; shout unto God with the voice of triumph. For the LORD most high is terrible; he is a great King over all the earth. He shall subdue the people under us, and the nations under our feet. He shall choose our inheritance for us, the excellency of Jacob whom he loved. Selah. God is gone up with a shout, the LORD with the sound of a trumpet. Sing praises to God, sing praises: sing praises unto our King, sing praises. For God is the King of all the earth: sing ye praises with understanding. God reigneth over the heathen: God sitteth upon the throne of his holiness. The princes of the people are gathered together, even the people of the God of Abraham: for the shields of the earth belong unto God: he is greatly exalted." (Psalms 48:1-9)

Preaching to the spirits in prison

Meaning:1:Learning, teaching, insight 1a:Instruction (obj) 1b:Teaching (thing taught) 1b1:Teaching-power 1b2:Persuasiveness

AV Translates As :doctrine, learning, fair speech.

Inveiglement noun: Something that attracts, especially with the promise of pleasure or reward:

A. To win over by coaxing, flattery, or artful talk: He inveigled a friend into becoming his tennis partner.
B. To obtain by cajolery: inveigled a free pass to the museum.

Setting the captives free and taking them as firstfruits

“Wherefore he saith, When he ascended up on high, he led captivity captive, and gave gifts unto men. Now that he ascended, what is it but that he also descended first into the lower parts of the earth? He that descended is the same also that ascended up far above all heavens, that he might fill all things” (Ephesians 4:8-10)

Meaning: To take, get, fetch, lay hold of, seize, receive, acquire, buy, bring, marry, take a wife, snatch, take take and carry along... to take, capture, seize ... to be taken from or out be stolen from, to be taken captive, to be taken away, be removed. To flash about of lightning.

AV Translates As:accept, bring, buy, carry away, drawn, fetch, get, infold, [idiom] many, mingle, place, receive(-ing), reserve, seize, send for, take (away,-ing, up), use, win.

Taking up saints from inside the earth as a tongue lapping

Study on Google or even YouTube (videos) about dogs lapping. You will learn how the tongue is curled as it is dipped into the bowl and laps up. If you picture a bowl as the earth and the water column as ground level, it is a perfect picture of going below the earth and scooping the contents. The image to your right is provided as a visual. This also gives new light to me concerning some of the ancient pictographs for Lamed shown below:

Image unrelated from article Mimicking nature in engineering (Sunny Jung, Virginia Tech)

Meaning: To lap, lick, lap up 1a: (Qal) to lap, lap up 1b: (Piel) to lap up
AV Translates As: lap, lick. You can even see this as a moving picture in the letters. The Lamed (or tongue) coming from above, the Qof-Qof as lick lap and all of us meeting Him in the air!

Catching away, Rapture, Reaping of the earth

I will leave the theology to you but next we have two different Hebrew words, voweled four different ways which carry different meanings. Two are seen as “gleanings” and two as gatherings or “reapings”.

Meaning:1) to pick up, gather, glean, gather up 1a) (Qal) 1a1) to pick up, gather 1a2) to glean 1b) (Piel) 1b1) to gather, gather up 1b2) to collect (money) 1b3) to glean 1c) (Pual) to be picked up 1d) (Hithpael) to collect oneself


THE GLEANING - Meaning: Gleaning

- Meaning:1 after-growth, aftermath, spring-crop, late crop after-growth:latter growth. Keep in mind as we look at the Hebrew letters, we see a taking in Lamed-Qof, then there is a Hebrew letter Tet which we see as a basket, ark or safe place. Like the souls that are under the alter asking how long. Also, exactly what we would expect to see in a gleaning - a basket.

TO GATHER THE AFTER CROP - Meaning:1 to glean, gather, take the aftermath, take everything 1a) (Piel) to despoil, gather everything from, strip:gather.

What are the odds that the Qof-Lamed and Lamed-Qof roots all have to do with meanings that have to do with the topic covered by above the earth, earth and below the earth? Also room for this topic here, does not allow for more words as well as other words that have to do with messiah's life and sufferings.

These letters without a doubt in my mind have to do with the birth, sufferings, death, resurrection and return of our messiah!

I will share one more thought before going on to Coincidence number 18 and the letter Resh.

Now that you can see so clearly how the Qof together with the Lamed teaches about the reapings/resurrections/first fruits, etc., please take the scripture below into consideration about witnesses being beheaded:

“...I saw under the altar the souls of them that were slain for the word of God, and for the testimony which they held: And they cried with a loud voice, saying, How long, O Lord, holy and true, dost thou not judge and avenge our blood on them that dwell on the earth? And white robes were given unto every one of them; and it was said unto them, that they should rest yet for a little season, until their fellow servants also and their brethren, that should be killed as they were, should be fulfilled” (Revelation 6:9-11)

And now...

“And I saw thrones, and they sat upon them, and judgment was given unto them: and I saw the souls of them that were beheaded for the witness of Jesus, and for the word of God, and which had not worshiped the beast, neither his image, neither had received his mark upon their foreheads, or in their hands; and they lived and reigned with Christ a thousand years” (Revelation 20:4)

The ancient rabbis teach that the Qof is made up of a Resh and a Zayin. The ancient picture for a Resh is a HEAD and the Zion is a SWORD.

A head and a sword can depict a sword cutting off the head. In fact most of the ancient sources describe the ancient pictographs for the Qof as “the nape of the neck”.

Also in the meaning of the Hebrew form, something is going below the line (or the earth). God says righteous blood cries from the earth when speaking to Cain about Abel.

One of the later sources (showing the last image) says that it is a picture and symbol of the horizon (depicting the sun going down as a straight line through the center of a circle). I will flatly reject this idea as part of the most ancient thought as NONE of the older images even slightly resemble anything close to a horizon.

However, (keeping in mind the meaning “the nape of the neck”) the images could easily resemble heads and swords (the true make up of the actual letter) as well as men with heads laying down (both being and having been beheaded or death).

You might also want to consider the fact that during this time in history, beheading and throat cutting may have been a very common sight to see. You decide!

Taking all of the evidence of the ancient pictographs down through time, it is more likely that this much later thought of “a horizon” was actually birthed from a concept. This concept being the end result of some of the actual meaning, derived from the word and eastern understandings of the horizon (being thoughts of afterlife or even a resurrection).

Coincidence #18 (Hebrew Letter: Resh)

(The resh can teach many different revelations both good and evil)

As you can see this all warrants more study as I now approach the last few letters of the aleph-bet. There are many more thoughts and much more in prophecy that we just left behind us, which you must have already seen for yourself as we read the scriptures above (such as the antichrist, great deception, etc.). However, be just as excited now and keep watch in front of us, as we also see the thoughts of the Messianic reign, the devil being loosed after being bound for a millennium (1000 years), the missing tribe of Dan as well as many other thoughts ahead beckoning us to bear witness.

Now the next letter Resh, may also seem to make more sense as we look back and realize what all has already taken place. We are to look for something new! After the gleaning, first fruits, antichrist, reapings, 1st resurrection, etc., we are to be looking or hoping for something. We will come back and rule and reign with Him (of course depending on diversities of so many different views). Importance however is seeing the exact truth as the spirit reveals and confirms in the word that there is a reign of messiah that lasts 1000 years (Revelation 20:2-7). Since I really do not consider myself to be an eschatologist, in this section I will just spit out what I know. This way you can use your knowledge applying your own end times theology and maybe piece it all together ion your own mind.

Resh means: First, Top, Beginning, New, New Beginnings, Head, Head of man, Leader, The Highest, Most Important, Chief and used the ancient pictographs shown above.

So many different thoughts arise here as in “a day with the Lord is as a 1000 years and 1000 years as a day (2 Peter 3:8) ”as well as having done all to stand in that “wicked day” (Ephesains 6:13).

There is a temptation that falls on the entire earth (Revelation 3:10, Revelation 6:17). Where is this in the aleph-bet, where does this come in? We have evidence of the rabbis speaking of a time in the aleph-bet when pointing to Shin-Qof-Resh and these letters being in a row. This is because these are the letters speaking of a deception. In the scripture we also read of the prophecy of a temple being built, and a deception that will take place right before the millennium begins.

So whether or not Resh is included in the deception before the messiah comes back, or the actual 1000 years starts with the second shin and replays, I am not sure. Also if you are counting dagesh as a thousand years each, keep in mind that originally in ancient times that the Resh would have had a dagesh but is considered to be a lost sound not used since ancient times. To add to this, it is also the case concerning the Gimmel and Dalet.

According to accepted Hebrew grammar rules Resh does not take a Dagesh. However, Sefer Yetzirah (an ancient work) in Mishnah Chapter 4: "The seven doubles Bet, Gimel, Dalet, Kaf, Peh, Resh, Tav, direct themselves with two tongues Bet-Bhet, Gimel-Ghimel, Dalet-Dhalet, Kaf-Khaf, Peh-Pheh, Resh-Rhesh, Tav-Thav, a structure of soft and hard, strong and weak" (Mishnah Aryeh Kaplan edition 1990, p 159)

What is counted or not must also weigh the fact that Shin and Sin are not actually accepted as dagesh sounds, but two letters standing alone. This is why you can sometimes find a dagesh the shin while also at the same time having a larger dot above the shin. This dagesh would be treated for sound as two shins in a row.

Also reading #4 below we would count seven thousand years ending with the Tav.

In regards to Shin-Qof-Resh (Hebrew shaqar) meaning and (number of times translated in the Bible as the word): deceit (2), deceitful (3), deceiving (4), deception (3), deceptive (3), false (17), false hope (1), falsehood (19), falsehoods (1), falsely (19), liar (1), lie (14), lies (5), lying (12), lying visions (1), perjury (1), slander (1), treacherously (1), useless (1), vain (1), wrongfully (3).

Also the letter Shin is a prefix meaning "Who" and if used with the Hebrew letter Kaf it takes on the meaning "When". So when we think Shin, spiritually we should also entertain the thoughts of who and when.

Coincidence #19 (Hebrew Letters: Shin/Sin)
(Revelations on the shin and sin)

Keeping in mind that there are many things that happen during the time of Qof-Lamed-Qof and Resh and before we get to the Tav, it is hard for me to tell at this time where the Shin comes in to this prophecy. Depending on if the Shins are speaking of the thousand years or when the real Messianic reign starts and ends. We must also consider the Sav/Tav (as there is a dagesh there all on its own), as well as a mystery in the make up of the letter. The sound it makes and the preceding letters could be more than a coincidence in itself too: Resh/Rhesh-Shin-Sin-Sav. Notice all of the “s” sounds?

Can you think sssss... serpent?

Now also taking into account that the Sav is made up of a Dalet-Nun () spells the Hebrew word Dan. Another odd thing is that this is not only the lost tribe Dan, but also for some reason Dan is left out (or not mentioned) in the book of Revelation during the sealing of the Twelve Tribes (Revelation 7:4-8 There may also be a tidbit in Amos 8:14)

Dan also comes into play when thinking serpent:

"Dan shall judge his people, as one of the tribes of Israel. Dan shall be a serpent by the way, an adder in the path, that biteth the horse heels, so that his rider shall fall backward"
(Genesis 49:16-17)

This must be during the time of Sav, before eternity begins (Tav) which would be satan being loosed for a short time after the Millennium ends or is ending.

Also keeping in mind the scripture about Dan biting the horses heels, the ancient pictograph and meanings of the Shin/Sin which are both coming into play here at this exact time!

Another coincidence? These are teeth!

Shin has many different meanings such as Teeth (two front teeth), Sharp, Cutting, Pressing, A pair (as in two, or as the second one from a pair), ivory, point of a rock, a peak, devour, consume, destroy, recycle, press, eat, fire, flames, fiery teeth (also see section number five in this booklet where I briefly covered shin already. (You might want to also review coincidence #5 where the Shin was also covered as fire)

Also note worthy is the fact that there are in actuality two shins (shin/sin) which are their own letters and not just one letter with two sounds (like other dagesh letters). This is proven in that both the shin and sin can contain a dagesh at the same time along with the dot above each letter.

Now knowing that each is it's own letter, we can see another picture of two sets of teeth. One top row (upper teeth) and one bottom (lower bottom teeth) to bring in a better picture of this time frame and what happens during this time. Yes spiritual but the verse below might give some additional food for thought as we hear the Lord say:

"So then because thou art lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will spew thee out of my mouth". (Revelation 3:16)

How exactly are they in His mouth?

Coincidence #20 (Hebrew Letter: Tav (and Sav/Tav)
(These are revelations on the sav and tav)

I already pointed out Sav in #19 above to a degree (the tav without the dagesh/dot inside of it), but here I will also cover it from another perspective concerning the math or so called coincidence of it all.

As I have already told you, all I have done is: take the Hebrew letters “in the same exact order” that they have already been for thousands of years, and break them up into rows of “9”.

I have included the counterpart letters (with and without the dagesh) in my images which would seem to total 10 letters per row, but this all depends on different perspectives and understandings of fulfillment as knowledge grows to receive the truth of the word.

Now let us look at something that can only be another “wow” moment!

I noticed that when learning the aleph-bet using either apps, songs and help sheets that included both the sav (no dagesh) and tav (with dagesh), that the order is sav first (right to left in writing) while the other dagesh letters (bet, kuf and pey) were dagesh letter first. I must ask, why is the order in writing and reciting dagesh first in all of the others, but with sav/tav it is switched around? However, now look and see that this mystery has caused another coincidence in that all of the dagesh letters line up in a straight row not only in the three main rows, but the bottom last row too!

Strange here might also be the fact that as we approach this end time we see the meaning of the this letter being: A Mark, seal, “x”, cross, “T”, covenant, join two things together, the last, eternity, crossed sticks, signal, monument, ownership.

Coincidence #21 (Finishing this section with some ancient prophecy)
(Here is the ancient prophecy that people looked forward to from ancient times)

This first line is all so simple really, it is all the gospel in a nutshell!

First of all the Aleph connects heaven and earth; and speaks of a time that God and man were connected and fellowship in the garden. The Aleph is made of three parts: The Vav as a connector that connects the upper Yod to heaven and the lower Yod to earth. (More Info on this letter or topic)

The Bet and Vet provide a contrast of a temple or house (Adam) that was at one time an earthen vessel as God breathed into him. The dot represents God as well as the number one. One is always HaShem! The Vet is missing the dagesh and therefor needs redemption! Man needs a redeemer! God is no longer in the house! (More Info on this letter or topic)

The Gimmel is the redeemer: Pictured in the ancient as a foot or boot. Yehoshua HaMashiach (Jesus the messiah) was the fulfillment of this prophecy! This is seen in the LITERAL blood line with Ruth and Boaz! (Ruth and Boaz birth Obed; Obed Jesse; and Jesse David)! Here in Ruth 4:6-9, we also see the ancient custom being used and explained. The Kinsman Redeemer! In Hebrew we are seeing Redeemer-Redeemer! When we see the Gimmel used here we learn about "Gawal" and "Geullah". The redeemer, that redeems! The redeemer is taught as the one that buys back EVERYTHING that was lost! Gimmel to redeem and "Aleph-Lamed" (God) teaches "God-Redeemer".
There is MUCH out there on the web as Jesus being the "Kinsmen Redeemer" (see here to study this out). Some miss this as seen as prophecy in the Hebrew Aleph-Bet, but it is here explained to see it in the fabric of God's Word! (More Info on this letter or topic)

Dalet, is a door. There are many ways to see this and it could get all kinda deep for this section because we have not yet talked about Hebrew acronyms or the next step on how these letters start to line up and cross each other as in chiastics. To keep it simple Messiah says "I am the 'door' of the sheep" (John 10:1-2-7). You must go through him. This is also testimony of how He once said "Search the scriptures; for in them you think that you have eternal life: and they are they which testify of me" (John 5:39). Not just the words of the scriptures, but EVERY LETTER too! So far, He is the Vav in the Aleph that connects heaven and earth; He is the second Adam as well as the one who fills the house; He is the Gimmel that gives us back EVERYTHING that was lost; He is the Dalet or door that we enter in through where He says we will go in, and then out and find pasture; He is the door and the yod in the Hey that says behold I stand at the door and knock; He is the Vav-The man from heaven; the Zayin and sword with two edges; the Chet that marries His bride and church; the Tet/Ark and then "the door is shut" and the wedding begins! (More Info on this letter or topic)

Hey: Ok so maybe I went a bit over board there, but the Hey is also seen as our intercessor.As you should have learned already in this section. So now we can also understand this as prophecy that this was to come and part of the plan for our day today. (More Info on this letter or topic) Also HERE

Vav was prophecy to the redeemer coming to this earth and stepping on it. The Vav teaches one man and then two more future men of the spirit. (More Info on this letter or topic) You can also read this section for more information

Zayin is the perfect man that was to come from heaven and meld with the natural man by sharing his perfection (tagin) with him. This man is a man with two faces. The man that can see in two directions at the same time (flesh and spirit). That is also seen in ancient as a man that is a sword with two edges. (More Info on this letter or topic)

Chet is the prophecy that teaches the actual joining of these two men . (More Info on this letter or topic) You can also see this topic

Tet is the Ark and the place under the alter of God where the souls rested until the right time. This is also seen in a picture of the next row of letters that starts with a Yod, which is a dove (yona) that is sent out from the ark. The next ark is the samekh in which the door is shut for the time of the wedding. (More Info on this letter or topic)

I hope this helps for now as to prophecy, while I will spend more time on the site now in filling in some more revelations and mysteries.

Thank you for taking your time to read my musings!

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