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Thursday, October 16, 2008

5769: Bircas HaChama year - first since revelation of Petek!

As we know, Rabbeinu's Yahrtzeit -18 Tishrei/4th day of Succos - is also the day that represents the Ushpizin of the original Rabbeinu - Moshe Rabbeinu. It has also been mentioned that Rabbeinu's Yahrtzeit falls out on the week that we read of Moshe Rabbeinu's passing which we read about in the end of the Chumash on Simchas Torah.

In many Chumashim, the number of Pesukim is mentioned at the end of each Parsha. As you will see at the end of the Chumash, the total amount of Pesukim of the Chumash is 5845. You will see the Siman or Remez for this number - the word HaChama - Hei is 5, Ches is 8, Mem is 40, and Hei is 5. Take out the 0 from the number 40 and then put the single numbers together spelling 5845. Guess what - Rabbeinu's name Nachman can be done the same way, except that you have two Nun's instead of two Hei's - just take out the 0s from the numbers 50 (Nun) and put the numbers together again spelling 5845!

As we know from the Vilna Gaon - everything that has happened in history and every person and all his details are all contained/hinted to in the Chumash, which also contains the Taryag Mitzvos and is what we call a Sefer Torah when written on parchment. Saba said that Na Nach Nachma Nachman MeUman is the source of all the Torah, and the source of all creation. And indeed, Na Nach Nachma Nachman is the Gematriya of the word Chumash (354)!

Getting back to the word HaChama - it's most related to this year, as Bircas HaChama which we recite every 28 years falls out in this year on Erev Pesach. In fact, this will be the
FIRST BIRCAS HACHAMA that will occur SINCE SABA PUBLICLY REVEALED THE PETEK - THE SHIR OF THE GEULA! In fact, Mekubalim have revealed that Birchas HaChama is related to the Geula. In any event, anyone who believes in Saba knows that he is the Moshe Rabbeinu of the last generation, and as Chazal have said Pnei Moshe K'Pnei HaChama.

2 comments:

Ahron said...

Yetzias Mitzrayim was erev Pesach Berchos HaChama too!

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