We know all the numbers, values and quantities in the Torah must have meaning and a purpose for the Creator. We hope we can gain some insight into these properties of the Torah and from them gain a glimpse into the spiritual workings of the universe. Occasionally though, by His grace we receive a true epiphany about G-d’s intentions, which means that for an instant we enter the realm of Binah for we are touched by true understanding. In our previous two articles, “The Time to Fight Back Has Come “ and “Choose NOW the Way You Should Go!,“ we discussed the connections with the 1820 explicit Names of G-d (יהוה) found in the Torah. Association of the number 1820 with the numerical value for the phrase “Love thy neighbor” with its inherent message of unconditional love was pretty obvious. So was the fact that 1820 is 10 times 182, the numerical value of the biblical name Jacob (יעקב), kabbalistically representing the central (balanced) column of the Tree-of-life. Other associations with 1820 being equal to 70 x 26 (the numerical of the Tetragrammaton (יהוה) were extremely important too, but these associations still did not get to the essential character as to why there had to be 1820 explicit Names of G-d (יהוה) in the Torah. Why not 1821, 1826 or even 2018 for that matter?
What was G-d’s reasoning?
We cannot really call it reasoning, because we cannot begin to fathom anything on that level. Even the concept of fathoming does not exist in that exalted existential state. Nevertheless, we could glimpse a reflection of G-d’s thought process if only we could understand the purpose as to why the Tetragrammaton (יהוה) had to be written exactly 1820 times in the Torah. After all, we are not talking about any old word in the Torah — we are speaking about G-d’s Name itself.
As we started off our original discussions on the matter, we stated that there were exactly 90,100 Yuds (י), Heihs (ה) and Vavs (ו) in the Torah, which combine to form precisely 1820 Tetragrammatons (יהוה), utilizing exactly 7280 of those 90,100 letters. Moreover, the number 90,100 is the exact sum of all the integers from 1 to 424 which is the value of none other than Moshiach Ben David, a very significant concept for us to be sure. Nevertheless 1820 = 91 x 20, and the highest sefira (dimension), that of G-d Himself, is Keter, which is represented kabbalistically and energetically by two simple numbers, 20 and 100 and by extension multiples of 100 (0). In Hebrew, the word for 20, esrim (עשרים) has the same numerical value as Keter (כתר, 620 ) and 100 represents the completion of the 10 sefirot of the Tree-of-Life including their 10 sub-sefirot per level.
That said, we notice that the 90,100 Yuds (י), Heihs (ה) and Vavs (ו) give us 91 x 20 Tetragrammatons (יהוה), which form 1820 words comprised of 7280 letters into a total sum of 9100 energetic symbols. This is no mathematical sleight of hand, because changing the number of Tetragrammatons (יהוה) by even one, cuts asunder the internal structure of these equations to pieces and renders their symmetrical beauty into meaningless chaos. So why 91?
91 x 20
It is 91 because it has to be 91.
It has to be 91 because we cannot pronounce the ineffable and all-powerful Name of G-d (יהוה). Only the Cohanim Hagadolim (High Priests) that were of the purest of hearts were allowed to pronounce this profound Name. That was done only in the Holy of Holies during the times the First and Second Holy Temples existed and then only once a year on Yom Kippur and only in connection with asking forgiveness for all Israel. We must suffice with the written version of the Name (יהוה) as our connection to the upper worlds. However, G-d did give us a way to connect deeper during the rest of the year and during all those years when the Temples were no longer standing. He instructed us to pronounce the Name Adonai (אדני) every time we encountered and read aloud the Holy Name (יהוה). In so doing we can draw down the energy to sustain our world at a level and frequency that we can handle.
The Tetragrammaton (יהוה) of numerical value 26 coupled with Adonai (אדני) of value 65.
(26 + 65) = 91
This is why the Torah had to have the Name (יהוה) t 1820 times in it. This is why the Zohar tells us to combine the Tetragrammaton (יהוה) of numerical value 26 coupled with Adonai (אדני) of value 65 in the above form (יאהדונהי). The Zohar exhorts to meditate on this combined Name every time we say Amen (אמן) of numerical value 91. In so doing we elevate the blessing from our world to the upper world. In so doing, we also bestow blessings on the reciter of the blessing and on ourselves as well, as we become the channels of elevation. It would be foolish and a waste of precious spiritual energy not to say amen every time we hear a blessing uttered. Of the 304,805 letters of the Torah, G-d invested 30% of them (90,100) to bring us this concept. It must have been important to Him—for He signed it with his Name יהוה x 1820 times.
G-d did not want us to passively read His Torah. He wanted us to use it, benefit from it and actively participate in it for a glorious reason. He wanted it to be a channel for us and for us to be a channel of it. G-d wanted and wants us to download the energy of unconditional love and the energy of Moshiach Ben David each and every time we see His Name (יהוה). As Abraham’s, Isaac’s and Jacob’s progeny, He wants us to “be a blessing” and spread the blessing of that unconditional love in this world. He wants us also to actively upload our blessings to the upper worlds, thus strengthening the connections between the spiritual and physical worlds each time.
G-d has an even higher Name, a Name He first showed to Moses when He said, “I AM that I AM.” That Name is Ehyeh (אהיה). The Arizal explained that when that Exalted Name is spelled out fully on all 3 levels, it has a value of 455. It is yet another of the factors of 1820 in that 4 x 455 = 1820, meaning that whenever we connect properly to the Name (יהוה) in the Torah we can connect all the way to the highest dimensions and help realize our and the world’s full potential.
Speaking of factors, there are an exceeding large number of them in 1820. Factors are the specific integers that when multiplied together give us a specific product. We see this with the only factors of 26 which are 2 and 13. Appropriately, the number 13 is the numerical value of ahava (אהבה/love). Similarly, the only factors of 65 are 5 and 13, and the only factors of 91 are 7 and 13. This connection to love and all the aspects of the Tetragrammaton (יהוה) cannot be coincidental, especially since we can apply this proportion of 5/7, or (יאהדונהי)/(אדני), to the mathematically independent quantity of (יהוה) in the Torah and get 5/7 x 1820 = 1300 or 13 x 100.
And just like the sum of all the integers from 1 to 424 being equal to 90,100, the sum of all the integers from 1 to 13 is equal to 91.
Love is at the heart and source of it all.
2 x 13 = 26 (יהוה)
5 x 13 = 65 (אדני)
7 x 13 = 91 (יאהדונהי), Amen
5/7 X 1820 = 1300 or 13 x 100
(1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9+10+11+12+13) = 91
13 is the unifying element within the Divine equations
13 is the value of Echad (One,אחד )
It is all about unification.
Unifications are a form of binding or bonding between two forces. At the level that we can conceptualize them, we can think of these forces as anthropologically male and female or electromagnetically positive and negative. In a very simplified explanation, we meditate on the Names binding them one to another then, binding our physical world (malchut) associated with Rachel and Adonai (אדני) with the 6 bundled lower dimensions of the spiritual word associated with Jacob and Zeir Anpin (יהוה). From there, we need to bind them to the higher realm of keter with Ehyeh (אהיה). Then the process goes step by step higher through all 4 levels of divine existence until we are one with our souls and they are bound with the endless (Ein Sof). If done properly, we are jettisoning our physical desires and the natural drives, and become one with the spiritual world, with the light-force of G-d. Without the 42-Letter Name and the unifications, especially that of יאהדונהי) 91 = (יהוה) 26 + (אדני) 65) we are but trapped within our own world, yet to wake up within the Matrix.
The more of us who wake up, the greater our chances of receiving the Geulah will be when the appropriate window of time finally opens. After waiting nearly 5778 years it would be a shame to sleep through it. This is precisely why all this technology is coming to us at this moment, being made available to everyone at once. For thousands of years, only a very select few were privy to these secrets and revelations and charged with the responsibility of upholding the structure of our world and its spiritual gateways. Now the technology is available to all who seek it and the responsibility belongs to all of us. It will take 600,000 of us.
Every Number Tells a Story.
This simple equation of 2,5,7 and 13 based on G-d’s Name (יהוה) tells us a story, one that leads us from the 1820 Israelites who disappeared from the first to the second census (Exodus 38:26 to Numbers 26:51) taken in the Torah of the Israelites before and after their journeys through the desert. The first census counted 603550 Israelites at Sinai and the second 601,730 who survived the battles and plagues. Both numbers counted 600,000, but the first counted an additional 1775 x 2, or twice the value of the 27 Hebrew letters. The second, counted after the 42 journeys, included only an additional 1730 or 10 times the small gematria value (173) of the 42 Letter Name of G-d. After all the 12 tribes were totaled up, some significantly gained, some lost members. The difference between them was exactly (!) 1820.
It was as if the missing 1820 represented the Name (יהוה) that became concealed once the Israelites entered the promised land. After Solomon died, the 12 tribes became divided into 2 and 10. The “2,” Benjamin and Yehudah, comprised the Kingdom of Yehudah. The rest, the 10 tribes, comprising the Kingdom of Israel were eventually exiled. Thus we find in the simple equation of 2 x 5 equals the 10 tribes and 5 + 7 equals the full 12 tribes obviously while 5 x 7 equals 35, the value of Yehudi (the Jews/ יהודי), representing the Tribes of Yehuda and Benjamin. Then 2 + 5 + 7 = 14 (Yad/דוד the hand of G-d and David), while the sum of the main Israeli leaders (Moshe, Joshua, Shaul, David, Shlomo and Moshiach) total 1820. And finally 2 x 5 x 7 = 70, as in the 70 years of King David, the 70 years of Exile, of the Temples, Patriarchs, etc. and finally, as described by the Zohar, the final 70 years from Israel becoming a nation in 5708 HC to 5778 HC (2018 CE), the prophesied date for the Geulah, final redemption.
It goes back to the beginning.
The first word of the Torah is Bereshit (בראשית) of numerical value 913. The number 913 oddly enough contains both 91 and 13 and when doubled, 913 x 2, it equals 1826 less 6 for the 6 letters in the word, thus 1820. Even more significant is that when we utilize gematria miliui and spell out the 6 letters in Bereshit, we get 412+510+111+360+407 = 1820.
This is the most important unification:
26 (יהוה) and 65 (אדני) equal 91 (יאהדונהי)
G-d has even helped us along in the unification in that He has placed His Name Adonai (אדני) a total of 91 times in the Torah.
And given all that, just so there would be no room for skepticism in our prayer and meditations, G-d Created the Torah with exactly 1729 words of numerical value 26 and if we were to sum up all the integers between 26 and 65 (i.e. 27+28….63+64) they would equal exactly 1729. Moreover, if we were to sum all the integers from 26 to 65 (i.e. 26+27+28….63+64+65) they would equal exactly 1820, the exact amount of Tetragrammatons (יהוה) in the Torah. Moreover, these are not the only mathematical oddities linking 13, 19 and 1820, there are several others, such as the sum of the 13 arithmetic sequences, counting respectively by 1, by 2, by 3, until 13 are equal to 1820.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24
3 6 9 12 15 18 21 24 27 30 33
4 8 12 16 20 24 28 32 36 40
5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45
6 12 18 24 30 36 42 48
7 14 21 28 35 42 49
8 16 24 32 40 48
9 18 27 36 45
10 20 30 40
11 22 33
And the sum of all the 7 integer sequences of 1 to 5, then 1 to 10, every 5 through 1 to 35 (as in Yehudi) also equals exactly 1820.
That is astonishing, considering there is no mathematical reason these numbers should be interconnected this way. Then hidden within all these oddities, as if G-d was drawing our attention to 13, 91 and the Tetragrammaton (יהוה) is a coded secret. It is being opened up to us now because we are the generation to whom it is relevant. When we add all the integers from 1 to 91 and divide them by 91, we get 46, the numerical value of Amah (אמה), or cubit, as in the sacred, ancient cubit used to build the ancient structures and needed for the Future Holy Temple. As it happens, this sacred cubit derived from the value of the expansion of the Tetragrammatons (יהוה) into the 4 aspects of G-d, 27.5 inches, is composed of the digits (2,7,5) in the divine unification 2 (13) + 5 (13) = 7 (13) or:
(יאהדונהי) = (יהוה) + (אדני)
The Ramchal explains that the four expansions of the Tetragrammaton (יהוה) have such “great holiness [that] their power is limitless. All existence is bound to them from beginning to end.”
Av (יוד‐הי‐ויו‐הי) of numerical value 72
Sag (יוד‐הי‐ואו‐הי) of numerical value 63
Mah (יוד‐הא‐ואו‐הא) of numerical value 45
Ban (יוד‐הה‐וו‐הה) of numerical value 52
The total value of these 4 names that represent the totality of the 10 sefirot spelled out in 39 letters is 232, and 232 is “Ad Adi Ad” (עד‐עדי‐עד) or “eternity of eternities” as expressed in the Sefer Yetzirah 1:5.
(232 + 39 + 4) = 275.
275/10 = 27.5
And since 275/10 sefirot = 27.5 we have the secret measure of the Holy cubit, 27.5 inches, as dictated by the Holy Name of G-d Himself.
The Hidden Factor in G-d’s Name
Nonetheless, there are 23 different factors of 1820, amazingly just like the 23 pairs of chromosomes in the human body (!).
1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 10, 13, 14, 20, 26, 28, 35, 52, 65, 70, 91, 130, 140, 182, 260, 364, 455, 910
There are a lot of interesting and significant Biblical numbers built into the number 1820, but what brings chills is that when the prime kolel is added, all 23 of them sum to 2889. This is the date of the exact midpoint in the life of King David in 2889 HC and also the exact midpoint in the G-d-given divine calendar from Adam to Moshiach and the Geulah/Redemption in 5778 HC (2018 CE).
Throughout the Torah there are exactly 91 words and names that are duplicated often for seemingly no reason whatsoever, and yet the 42nd (connecting to the 42-Letter Name of G-d that has been said by the tsaddikim that its understanding will bring us the redemption), of those 91 words is G-d’s Name (יהוה).
Extraordinary parallels exist in the Torah to Noach, whose father, Lamekh, lived 777 years and who gave birth to Noach, the 10th generation in the lineage of Adam, at age 182. Of the 91 doubled words in the Torah, 7 are found in parshat Noach, in which the animals were saved in groups of 7 by 2 (pairs) or by couples (2), depending on whether they were clean or unclean. And just as the primordial mathematical constant phi18 = 5778.000, the 18th unique doubled words (טרף‐טרף), found when the brothers were telling Jacob that Joseph’s coat was torn and bloodied from wild animals, has a standard gematria value of 578 and a sofit gematria value of 2018.
So is it coincidental that when counting by two(2), as in the doubled pairs, Noach’s pairs of animals, and the pairs of 13 that make up the divine unification of G-d’s Name that the consecutive numbers 18 and 20 come to represent …1820… and in reverse …2018… ?
It appears that G-d’s Name is indeed extremely and significantly important to us. It appears an average 33 times in each portion, once every 44 words. It appears that the Torah was designed around His “redemptive” Name (יהוה)… and function… that we may fully and properly connect to Him for divine Redemption. Could He have made this quintessential lesson any easier for us?
He spells out His redemptive Name in connection with the first Geulah /Redemption:
And I will take you to Me for a people, and I will be to you a G-d; and you shall know that I am the L-RD [יהוה] your G-d, who brought you out from under the burdens of the Egyptians. — Exodus 6:7
And spells out His redemptive Name in connection with the last Geulah/Redemption:
So shall you know that I am the L-RD [יהוה] your God, dwelling in Zion My holy mountain; then shall Jerusalem be holy, and there shall no strangers pass through her any more. —Joel 4:17
As always, the choice is ours to make… unconditional love , Moshiach, Redemption… it is all there for us to CHOOSE. He instructs us the way we should go:
Thus saith the L-RD [יהוה], your Redeemer, the Holy One of Israel: I am the L-RD [יהוה] your God, who teaches you for your profit, who leads you by the way that you should go. —Isaiah 48:17
Be one of the 600,000. Be part of the unification. Choose redemption.