To burn up the the bad perception is the secret of to burn the red cow like we explained in the past, we gave a lesson about the red cow. The red cow is a mother (Numbers 19:1-22) It’s Egypt. Parah Adumah (red heifer) It’s why they call the Holy Spirit and this parah adumah is supposed to fix the impurity of death impurity of death in the world What is death? Separation between body and soul, which is exactly the problem of Christianity. Separation: Caesar is one thing, and G-d is another thing, they are not – the physical and the spiritual world are not one, are not connected.
Sometimes they see like… two governments, but there’s one government. Right now it’s like Right now it’s two governments, the way the world is lead. Alright, it’s somebody Caesar will take care of this stuff of the enemy etc, and we will take care of godliness stuff. It’s not one thing, and this is exactly the death. What is a dead person? A person, a physical person, whose soul left. When the soul leaves this becomes a dead person and a dead person is something not pure. Impure. The spirit without the body is something not pure and the body without the soul is something not pure as well. Alright, so to fix it, we take the red cow and we burn it. We burn it, it means all the concepts of imagination, the mother principle has to do with imagination, with thoughts. All the concepts of imagination nothing stays beside the ashes, which is like the fact. The physical fact. The fire is like the act of…? The fire is to burn all the things that can be spiritual: The water, the air, the fire, it’s all spiritual, alright, so all that stays, it’s only the physical. The physical, it means the foundation of everything, everything is there but it’s very concentrated. It’s like a seed, it’s something very concentrated and this, we mix it with water, with other elements, like we will explain in this lesson, and with this we take we take out the… we fix the impurity of death. Which is the worst impurity, alright, so it’s the same concept that if we want to go out of Egypt we have to take the god of Egypt which means the spirituality of Egypt, and to burn it, to sacrifice it but we don’t break the bones of this sacrifice. Like about Messiah it is written
שֹׁמֵ֥ר כָּל־עַצְמוֹתָ֑יו אַ֘חַ֥ת מֵ֜הֵ֗נָּה לֹ֣א נִשְׁבָּֽרָה: “He guards all his bones; not one of them was broken.” (Tehillim 34:21/Psalm 34:20) David said this. One of the signs of Messiah is that all his bones are cannot be broken, will not be broken. Alright so… G-d gave us a hint that this sacrifice is Messiah, and Messiah you don’t break the bones. Why don’t you break the bones? Because you need the bones for the resurrection of the dead. The bones represent the essence of the existence, it’s like the DNA. The seed? The DNA. It doesn’t have to be the seed. Again it’s especially in the in the brain that is in inside the bones. The most important place where this DNA is kept. In the bones? Yes. Inside the bone is the ‘brain’. Bone marrow it’s called. The idea is that you don’t break the bone. Why don’t we break the bones? Because the resurrection of the dead is from these bones. Alright so this represents Messiah about whom it is written that not one of his bones was broken. Okay, so in one way we say, “This is the g-d of Egypt,” “It is something bad, we have to burn it.” and in another say, in another way we sacrifice to G-d. It’s like Jesus’ sacrifice is for G-d. Alright so… It’s like two opposite things. It’s like we will say that this is something bad it’s why we have to sacrifice it, but in another way we say no, we sacrifice for G-d. From here we will take to worship our G-d, like Moses said. (Exodus 10:26, Exodus 8:25-27) We use things that right now, the way they are in other places it’s not holy and with this thing, which is the god of Idolatry we worship our G-d. Alright so Jesus is still here in the same role that he’s doing which is to sacrifice himself and it’s interesting somebody that is not, that is arel somebody that didn’t do brit milah he is not allowed to take part to participate in the sacrifice of Passover. It’s only for the Jew. Because this represents that they’re really leaving the bad idolatry of Christiantiy. To quit, to leave something else, and to receive it again, it’s the same thing, but in a good way, alright, so if if you haven’t done Brit Milah, it means you are not yet a Jew, and if you are not a Jew, it’s not for you. In one way it seems like all the coming of Jesus is for the nations, right now only the nations really enjoy it of Jesus. But now I talk about a new Jesus. A Jesus that even the Jew didn’t yet really receive, but he is there, he is there in the words of the Torah. They didn’t recognise him yet? They just don’t recognise him yet. They go to Egypt to receive food from Yosef but they haven’t yet realised that this Yosef is is Yosef. They don’t recognise him yet. Okay? But he’s the same one, (Genesis 42:8) So we mentioned the fact that we tied the sacrifice to the bed It is a very important verse that we read in the Hallel (praise) in the book of Psalms chapter 118 verse I think 27 It is written two names of G-d…
אֵ֚ל | יְהֹוָה֘ וַיָּ֪אֶר לָ֥֫נוּ אִסְרוּ־חַ֥ג בַּֽעֲבֹתִ֑ים עַ֖ד קַרְנ֣וֹת הַמִּזְבֵּֽחַ: “HaShem is G-d, and He gave us light. Bind the sacrifice with ropes until [it is brought to] the corners of the altar.” This is the name of G-d “El” and this is the Name of G-d
YKVK (Tetragrammatron) the value of which is 26 Kel Havayah (Ariel is using the Orthodox way to say the Holy Name respectfully.) (He avoids the exact articulation, and He is writing the verse in modern Hebrew.) I just said, chapter of Tehillim (Psalms) 118:27 If I am not wrong. Here is (the gematria value) of two names of G-d. He will give us light This means “tie it” “chag”, chag means “holiday.” It’s a celebration, but that’s what chag is in modern Hebrew, but here chag is a sacrifice. We call it chag too. Chag is a sacrifice. The holy day. These words mean “tie it, the sacrifice.” To tie it to, they used to tie the sacrifice to the bed. with a how do you say “kabellim” with cables ropes Until, it adds, you will bring it to the home of the of the altar. Until it will be sacrificed. It means before you sacrifice it, it has to be tied. We have to be assir, but assur it means it’s not legal. Assur, Jesus is not legal. He is not he is… Assur is also forbidden? Forbidden, exactly assur it is tied, but it is forbidden, it is the same word. He’s in prison, he is. Assurim is like ‘prisoners.’ Alright, so he has to be kept and when he is kept he is not yet legal, we cannot use it, he is tied. He is assur. Until we will bring it to the sacrifice. Kel Havayah, these two names added equal 57 which is equivalent to mizbeach Mizbeach: There is no “ha” (prefix meaning ‘the’) in ‘Mizbeach’. The word mizbeach, alter Alter equals 57, the equivalent of these two names
(of G-d). Now what represents these two names? Abraham equals 8 times “El” This Abraham that called G-d El Olam
(G-d of the Universe) He made an altar, and he called him the G-d of the World. So Abraham called G-d “El” alright so El is always the name of G-d that represents the sephirah of chesed of Abraham
(attribute of loving kindness) 8 x 31=Abraham 8 times the tetragrammaton (26)=Isaac Alright so Abraham plus Isaac equals 8 times mizbeach, “altar.” So when you sacrifice there are two personalities that take part, one of them is a sacrifice it’s Abel. The other one is a priest. He is Abraham, he’s the killer. One is Isaac, who is going to be sacrificed, the other one is Abraham, who is going to sacrifice his son. There are two, two forces always. The secret of the name ‘mizbeach’ that equals 31 + 26 Now when we see this number we can say well it’s a pity that is not chen 58? Yeah. it’s missing one. (Is this related to how) Alef is one, is G-d?
No. (laughs) This is a cheap way to do gematria, to add one and say this is G-d. No, we can’t do it, you can’t do it anywhere. It is written that “all of the mizbeach.” So we will talk a little bit about the structure of the mizbeach structure of the mizbeach, the altar, the altar, it has a few parts. There is yesod ha mizbeach
(The foundation of the altar) that is 5 tefachim tefach –
The base? The base… Yes, we call it Yesod Ha Mizbeach. Tefach… A tefach is a breadth of four fingers. This is called tefach. It’s a size, it’s a size. Today, today in the halachah, we will say 8cm.
(3.14 inches) 8cm, this will be the basic opinion about what a tefach is. A unit, a measurement unit. It’s a measure. It’s a measure that we use today. So here is five five tefachim. This is called yesod ha mizbeach. On top of this you have what you call the sovev “ha sovev” (The ledge around) Which is 30 30 tefachim. On top of this is Makom Hama’aracha (the place of arrangement) On top of this is Makom Hama’aracha which is 18 tefachim. and on top of this is the horn. The are on the four corners four horns that is again five tefachim. How much do we have altogether? Five plus 30=35 plus 18=53 which is very important it’s “even” which means “stone,” it’s a very important concept of “chen” (grace/symmetry) Yeshua in ordinal numbers, chapter 53 in the book of Isaiah. Alright so 53 it’s it’s the gematria of Yeshu’a, with the (letter) Ayin in ordinal numbers, and on top of this we have another five more, so it becomes “chen” 58. Alright, so the sacrifice arrives until the horn of the altar and then we have the grace (chen). Alright so you have here the concept of chen
(grace, symmetry). Now if I will do a trinagle of this number, a triangle of five is 15, 30 is 465 a triangle of 18 is 171. Again… Again 15. How much does it equal altogether? 666 “oOOoooOO” That’s dangerous! Alright so, “by the way” Alright so, we have another gematria about 666. Alright so this was “by the way.”