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Kabbalah's 666 Plan to Usher in their Messiah 
Vav = 6 Redemption
Part 4


These are called "Tefllin". It is an essential act of Judaism.  The letter Shin is placed on the outside of the little black box. Shin contains three letter Vav's.  Vav's numerical equivalent = 6

One side of the box has 666 while the other side of the box has 6666

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I find it very odd that this is worn exactly on the forehead and right hand/arm.  It brings this passage to mind from Revelation Chapter 13:16-18:


"It also forced all people, great and small, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hands or on their foreheads, so that they could not buy or sell unless they had the mark, which is the name of the beast or the number of its name. This calls for wisdom. Let the person who has insight calculate the number of the beast, for it is the number of a man. That number is 666."

The Tetragrammaton contains four Hebrew letters, Yod Hey Vav Hey.  Originally it had only three letters,  but they added a repeated letter to signify the supposed dual nature of God which they refer to as darkness and light, female and male. Therefore another H was added.

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The Kabbalah makes the lofty claim that God created the Hebrew alphabet before the creation of the world.  "From simple letters three were chosen & sealed so that they may be formed into a Magnificent Name, IHV. With this name was the universe sealed in six directions",

says Charles Ponce, Kabbalah, An Introduction and Illumination for the World Today (Wheaton, IL: Quest Books, Theosophical Publishing House, 1973, p. 107 (A quote from Sefer Yetsirah).


Revolving around these four letters is a kind of letter idolatry.  The Kabbalists teach that the Hebrew alphabet was involved in creation and has magical properties.  Zohar, The Book of Concealed Mystery, says of the end times, "...And the Tetragrammaton alone shall be exalted in that day (that is, in the time of the Messiah).

The letters when stacked vertically takes the form of a man they say, which represents the heavenly Adam Kadmon.

"The first letter is י, Yod, the Germ, the Life, the Flame, the Cause, the One, and the most fundamental of the Jewish phallic emblems. Its numerical value is 10, and it is to be considered as the 1 containing the 10. In the Qabbalah it is declared that the a Yod is in reality three Yods, of which the first is the beginning, the second is the center, and the third is the end. Its throne is the Sephira Chochmah (according to Ibn Gebirol, Kether), from which it goes forth to impregnate Binah, which is the first ה, He. The result of this union is Tiphereth, which is the ו Vau, whose power is 6 and which symbolizes the six members of the Lesser Adam. The final ה, He, is Malchuth, the Inferior Mother, partaking in part of the potencies of the Divine Mother, the first He. By placing the four letters of the Tetragrammaton in a vertical column, a figure closely resembling the human body is produced, with Yod for the head, the first He for the arms and shoulders, Vau for the trunk of the body, and the final He for the hips and legs."  Secret Teachings of All Ages, Tree of Sephiroth

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The "Yod" to them represents the creative part of God, or God's penis. "In their parallels within the human body... Yesod (is) the reproductive organ," 


This is often depicted in Masonic  architecture as an obelisk.  Deut. 16:22  "...and do not erect a sacred stone, for these the Lord your God hates."

Many Christians think that YHVH is a translation of "I am", but it is not. The translation of "I am" into Hebrew is: Ehyeh or ’eh·yeh. They convolute YHWH or YHVH by changing the tense from first person - Ehyeh, to "He will be" or Yahweh. (See more about this in my closing remarks). God has always existed and is unchanging, "he will be" is not appropriate, unless you are speaking of Satan who thinks he will be God.

The fantastical attributes to the Hebrew letters is discussed in Oracle of Kabbalah by Richard Seidman.  The summary of the book states: 


"The twenty-two letters of the Hebrew alphabet, the Aleph Beit, are not merely the building blocks of a language, but something far more profound.  Each letter is an ancient key that can help unlock the great secrets of the spiritual world, a set of powerful symbols that can grant insight into the mysteries of our own souls.  The Aleph Beit are part of Kabbalah, the teachings and wisdom of Jewish mysticism, and have been a closely guarded secret for centuries.  According to the earliest known book on Jewish mysticism, The Sefer Yetzirah (The Book of Creation), the entire universe was formed through the combinations of these twenty-two letters, and ancient mystics, drawing on the divine power residing in the letters, would meditate upon their forms, using them as portals through which they could discover the secrets of the past, the future and the human soul."

Another occult work on gematria is The Book of Letters: A Mystical Hebrew Alphabet by Rabbi Lawrence Kushner:


"More than just symbols, all twenty-two letters of the Hebrew alphabet overflow with meanings and personalities of their own.  Rabbi Kushner draws from ancient Judaic sources, weaving Talmudic commentary, Hasidic folktales and Kabbalistic mysteries around the letters.";

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The Mystery of Vav in the Final Redemption

"According to the Zohar on page 119a of Vayera: The redemption of Israel will come about through the mystic force of the letter vav (in Hashem's name), namely in the 6th millennium, and more precisely, after 6 seconds and half the time that remains.  This is the Zohar's way of saying the 666th year of the 6th millennium, 6 1/2 months into the year.";

The Hebrew letter VAV is central in Kabbalistic prophecy concerning the Zohar's mystical timeline of a futuristic final redemption and earthly kingdom.  The use of gematria (divination) by rabbis to foretell the time of the arrival of Messiah is nothing new.  The 18th century kabbalist, Rabbi Eliyahu, also known as the Gaon of Vilna, calculated the Mashiach's arrival in the sixth millennium through the gematria of the VAV which equals 6.  In his commentary on the Zohar he is quoted as saying, "The number 666 contains hidden within it exalted and lofty messianic potential."   This secret was so guarded - only to be released from the appointed time of the Zohar prophecy onward - that the Gaon urged his disciples, "I adjure the reader in the name of the God of Israel not to reveal this."  Rabbi Eliyahu, Vilna Gaon, Sifra DiTzniuta 5, p. 33d

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Click on graphic to find out about what belief systems also teach 7 levels of "heaven". Christianity only teaches three.

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Masonic 7 Rung Ladder

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out straight from an offical Masonry website Pietre-Stones Review of Freemasonry.

In Kabbalah the VAV is considered the connector and mediator between heaven and earth.  In fact, according to kabbalistic tradition, the missing VAV constitutes the entire sacred name of the Tetragrammaton YHVH and is representative of the fallen angel Metatron, holder of the keys of knowledge and "keeper of the gate" who has seven names.  Kabbalah Secrets Christians Need to Know, p. 27.


Kabbalah teaches that there are seven heavens and seven halls or palaces (sefirot) through which the initiate must pass through by means of keys; secret seals and passwords to be presented to angels who guard the seven doorways. The Islamic Quran also teaches there are seven heavens in Surat An-Naba' Ch. 78:12. In this way he ascends and descends the sefirot tree of Kabbalah through Metatron's six-sided cube, the Merkabah or VAV:     

"The earliest documents (~100 - ~1000 A.D.) associated with Kabbalah describe the attempts of 'Merkabah' mystics to penetrate the seven halls (Hekhaloth) of creation and reach the Merkabah (throne-chariot) of God.  These mystics used the familiar methods of shamanism (fasting, repetitious chanting, prayer, posture) to induce trance states in which they literally fought their way past terrible seals and guards to reach an ecstatic state in which they 'saw God'...These palaces are dangerous, and the mystics who travel them must carry with them the seals of the two angels designated for each gate to show to the eight angels who guard each of the seven entrance ways...Those who passed the test were considered worthy to make the 'descent' to the Merkabah which led them, after many trials and dangers, through the seven heavenly palaces, and before that through the heavens."  The Kabbalah, Early Cosmogonic Speculation

Merkabah mysticism and ascension through the seven doorways of the sefirot tree leading to the VAV of Metatron are ancient occult methods that have been practiced by kabbalistic rabbis for centuries in preparation for the self-fulfilling prophecies of the Zohar.  What has not been widely disclosed yet is the secret identity of the VAV.  In Kabbalah, the letter VAV also represents the divine light of the serpent Leviathan and is the middle pillar of the sefirot tree which emanates from and returns to Ein Sof.  Rabbi Joel David Bakst explains in his book, The Jerusalem Stone of Consciousness: DMT, Kabbalah and the Pineal Gland:  

"This [VAV] is the ray of Light of the Ain Sof that extends into the tzimtzim...
This is Leviathan...Its root is from the penetrating and surrounding Light of the Ain Sof.  The aspect of the straight serpent that stands in the "middle" is the letter vav...which is in the middle of all the letters of the Torah...Now, from this Supernal Da'at emanates the entirety of the is this Supernal Da'at that is the source of the Concealed Light through which one can see from one end of the universe to the other.  It is this radiance that [emanates as] the secrets of the Torah."
Joel David Bakst, The Jerusalem Stone of Consciousness: DMT, Kabbalah and the Pineal Gland (City of Luz Publications, 2013), p. 178. 

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"As the great and powerful letter Vav asserted itself (for it was from the Vav that the light emerged), its force was so great that it broke through the wall and made there a gate as high as the measure of the Vav [=6] cubits."

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As the middle pillar of the sefirot tree, the letter VAV is also the center point of creation, the point in the center of the circle; a recognized esoteric symbol used by those in the occult [see oracle image above].  Gershom Scholem, late professor of Jewish Mysticism, explains:

The six-pointed star is an esoteric symbol whose hidden meaning is understood by those initiated into the mysteries.  The secret of the two triangles represents the occult maxim, As Above, So Below - symbolic of the oneness of spirit and matter in creation.  Even those with a basic understanding of occult symbolism should recognize this as Freemason, kabbalistic initiation of Christians in its most subtle form.  The dangers of using cryptic words and symbols by leaders in today's church cannot be overstated, bringing to light the warnings of the Apostle Paul in 2 Corinthians 11, in Acts 20:28-31, and in many other Scriptures.  

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In Kabbalah, the two triangles forming the six-pointed star represent the synthesis of the male and female elements of fire and water.  These are Chokmah and Binah on the sefirot tree and through sexual union - hieros gamos - the spheres of the sefirot tree below are created to form the Macrocosm.  This is the VAV of Metatron, which is above the Microcosm of humanity and earth below.  From the Zohar we read:     

"Rabbi Simeon, when on a journey...said: "How astonishing it is that men give so little consideration to the study of the secret doctrine...So, then, as man is a microcosm, a copy or paradigm of the universe, he is in his constitution a reflection of the divine nature, the Supreme Wisdom.  The nephesh [soul] and ruach [breath] are the two angles at the base of a triangle and with that of the apex form a whole or perfect figure...the neshama [is the] divine part of man's nature...he becomes holy and divine...passing through the various grades of initiation...symbolized by the hexagon...This union with the Divine is the mystery of all mysteries.

"The 10 Sefirot:  The nature of God (known as Ein Sof, the endless One) is one of the Zohar's central concerns.  The 10 sefirot, which first appear in pre-kabbalistic mystical texts, recur in the Zohar...These 10 aspects of God also serve as a template for human spiritual experience."

According to the prophecies of the Zohar, humanity is now in the tenth path, the Jubilee in which the final sefirah, Malchut, will receive the crown from Keter: 

"The supernal crown (keter elyon) is the crown of Kingdom (keter malchut).  The most elevated of the sefirot, keter, is thus linked to the most earthly, malchut."

"And in thy favour our horn shall be exalted.  There shall the horn of David flourish (that is, the queen [Shekinah] shall receive the influx from the mother).  [Binah] This is the tenth of the kings (that is, the path of the kingdom), and originateth from jubilee, who is the mother.  For it is written...'And it shall be when the horn of jubilee is sounded.'  This is the splendour of the jubilee, and the tenth (path) is crowned by the mother.  (This is) the horn which receiveth the horn and the spirit...And this is the horn of jubilee...(the first He of the Tetragrammaton)...and all things shall return unto their place ( in the jubilee, so in the world to come).";


The Sefirot Tree has 7 "heavens" and 10 heads. I wonder if there is any correlation to the Beast coming out of the Sea in Revelation Chapter 13, Leviathan perhaps? Notice in this passage that there are ten heads on the Beast and on each head is a NAME of blasphemy in Revelation 13:1. The dragon stood on the shore of the sea. And I saw a beast coming out of the sea. It had ten horns and seven heads, with ten crowns on its horns, and on each head a blasphemous name.

There is a spiritual danger of diving too deep into the waters of the Hebrew roots movement; that of crossing over into the mystical teachings of rabbinic Judaism known as Kabbalah.  Tovia Singer, an orthodox rabbi, has claimed that at least 80-90% of people converting to Judaism today are coming through the Messianic movement and that almost all converts to Judaism have had some relationship with the Messianic movement, and this includes the Bnei Noach, those Gentiles converting to Noahide law.   See video clip below:

You may be asking, "But, isn't YHWH written in the Scriptures in the Old Testament? It depends on which Bible you are reading.  YHWH is not anywhere to be found in the oldest known manuscripts available, the Septuagint.  Although the King James version was not translated from the Alexandrian Septuagint texts, but the newer Masoretic, somehow the translators had the wisdom not to include YHWH. Unfortunately, the New King James version does use it. Many of the ancient Hebrews did use it, but I don't believe for a minute that this acronym was given to Moses on Mt. Sinai. God simply told Moses "I am that I am." I am translated into a certain tense of the word "I will be" was then turned into a secret cypher code.  Out of that came a whole system of theology that doesn't even match up to the Scriptures. Instead it aligns up with Gnosticism, Hermeticism, Theosophy, and many other heresies.

The Jews admit it themselves, quoted from website article, The God that is vs. the God that becomes. (I placed in bold something I want to draw your attention to).

"Ehyeh asher Ehyeh

Whatever the historical meaning of the name, the Torah’s first communication of it to Moses includes an etymological nod towards its meaning in the seemingly tautological and seductive play on the root “to be” of ehyeh asher ehyeh (Exod. 3:14) “I will be who I will be” or “I am who I am.”

וַיֹּאמֶר אֱלֹהִים אֶל מֹשֶׁה אֶהְיֶה אֲשֶׁר אֶהְיֶה וַיֹּאמֶר כֹּה תֹאמַר לִבְנֵי יִשְׂרָאֵל אֶהְיֶה שְׁלָחַנִי אֲלֵיכֶם.


And God said to Moses, “Ehyeh-Asher-Ehyeh.” He continued, “Thus shall you say to the Israelites, ‘Ehyeh sent me to you.'” (NJPS)

This enigmatic phrase, evasively formulated in the first person imperfect form of the root “to be,” rather than the third person of the name itself, has provoked an endless stream of translations, interpretations, and scholarship, from the Septuagint, the ancient Greek translation, to the twentieth century philosopher Martin Buber, and beyond. This contentiousness itself attests to what I believe is its deliberate ambiguity and irresolvable open-endedness.[16]"

Another article of theirs, YHWH: The Original Arabic Meaning of the Name,  says the following:

"Nevertheless, this interpretation does not reflect the original meaning of YHWH. The word “he is” would not be written with a vav as its third letter, but with a yod, as יהיה, just as the word “I am” is אהיה. Second, note how awkwardly the verses read, trying to force the meaning ehyeh on the word YHWH, by having God first tell Moses to use the name Ehyeh, and then to use the name YHWH, without explaining the switch.[4]"

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The New Testament gives us the name God wants us to use above all other names, and that is the name of Jesus.  If you'd like to use the name Yeshua I am not going to say that it's necessarily wrong to do.  But based on the idoaltry going on over the Hebrew language and the "Christian" Kabbalist version of Yeshua not being the same one of the New Testament, but looking more like the Metatron of the Kabbalah;  I think it's best just to stick to the name "Jesus".

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