In this week's parashah, the Signature of the Architect is hidden in the mathematic and geometric patterns corresponding to the Tri-Tetra-Grammaton; the “marriage” of the two primary abbreviations; the measure of the luchot in all three dimensions (especially in the geometry of its halves and quarters) in patterns of 2s (twins) and 4s. We also find it in the 7s and 8s of calendar related halachah. The numbers and sets of numbers pertaining to the missing letters in this week’s parashah will also be examined; as well as the manna and the Song at the Sea. All of this is hidden to the casual observer, but once the mathematic and geometric characteristics of the Name are known, you can see the Signature of the Architect in all of these patterns!

We'll begin our exploration with the word “mateh”. In our posts on Shemoth and VaEra, we made note of the
famous staff (mateh) that Moshe used in prosecuting the plagues. It was mentioned a
specific number of times in the narrative, and each time in groups of 4. The word “staff” has a gematria of 54, and so the 4 times it was mentioned in each group, resulted in a combined gematria of 54 x 4 or 216, the number corresponding to the letters in God’s Explicit Name. In this
week’s parashah, the staff again comes into play when used to effect the
splitting of the sea and to get water from the rock. In each case, it is
again mentioned a specific number of times: 14:16, 17:5, & 17:9, or more
specifically, 3 times?! Should we not expect to see it 4 times, since its presence in the text seems to coincide with an act of God? Indeed we do. Flashback to last week's parashah, and you will find the 4th instance, where it is mentioned only once in the entire parashah (in 10:13).

You should recognize this unique mathematic reflection immediately. It's the mirror image of the marriage between the 4 letters of the Tetragrammaton and the 4 letters of Adnoot, where 1 pair is different from the other 3 pairs. The specific nature of this marriage is more fully explained in posts such as Ki Thetze on the Sapphire Magen David blog, so we will not elaborate on it here, except to say that in this case we see its reflection in the position that it occupies in the text: 1 time (in Parashah Bo) and 3 times (in Parashah BeShalach).

Together, these reflections allude to the marriage of the abbreviations, where 4 (is the number of letters) x 54 (which is the gematria of staff) equates to the number of letters in the Explicit Name (216). The reflections also adhere to the nature of the marriage between the letters where 1 pair is different from the other 3.

There are other words in this week’s parashah
that also have a gematria of 54 and they
too reflect the Signature of the Architect hiding beneath the surface. In 14:30, the word “

*from**the hand*” (מִיַּד) has a gematria of 54. In 15:8, the word, “*wall*” (נֵד) is gematria 54. In 16:21, the word “*grew hot*” (וְחַם) is gematria 54. And in 17:15, the word “*surely erase*” (אֶמְחֶה) is also gematria 54. In other words, there are 4 words in this week’s parashah with a gematria of 54 and the context of those words coincides with an act of God (coming from His hand). His Signature is found in the gematria of the 54 x 4 which is 216. The implication is that these things came from God (216).
There is yet another reflection of this
Signature that precedes all of the above, starting with 14:4, where we see the words for “

*his army*” (חֵילוֹ) which has a gematria of 54. As you might suspect, this army is mentioned 4 times (in 14:4, 9, 17, & 15:4) the implication of this (54 x 4 = 216) is that even the external circumstances surrounding the Exodus, were from the hand of God.
The number 54 is of course one fourth of 216. When the luchot were divided in half, each half had a volumetric measure
of 108 cubic handbreadths (half of 216) where the word “Egypt ,
they would not attain the other half (108) or receive the luchot which were 216. They needed to complete the journey to Mount
Sinai and then proceed to the Land of Canaan .
If they turned back along the way, without conquering their rightful
inheritance, it would be as if they only did half of what was required (108) as opposed to
everything that was expected of them, which would result in receiving the luchot and having
knowledge of God's Name (216). Therefore, they took the circuitous route, and in
14:9, “

*half*” also has a gematria of 108. Half of 108 is 54. Both of these fractional proportions are found scattered throughout the text of this parashah. In 13:17, God did__not__lead the Israelites by the way of the land of the Philistines… for God said, “*Perhaps they will reconsider … and return to*Egypt .” The word, “*reconsider*” (יִנָּחֵם) is gematria 108, and if they turned back toEgypt

*chased after them and overtook them, encamped by the sea.*” The word “*encamped*” (חֹנִים) is gematria 108, and when it is combined with the one above (“*reconsider*”) the 108 + 108 = 216, the number of letters in God’s Explicit Name and the number of cubic handbreadths in the combined cubic form of the luchot. These references are especially appropriate for this parashah, where the 216 letters actually appear as a contiguous string of letters.The same reflection is seen in 15:25, where it says, “

*There He established for*[the nation]

*a decree*”. The word “

*decree*” (חֹק) is gematria 108 (as seen in the post on

__Bo__) which was established after the incident in Marah, where the Israelites complained that they had no water to drink. What is the connection between complain and decree? Quite soon after that, they arrived in the Wilderness of Sin and there they complain about the food. In 16:2, the word “

*complained*” (וַיִּלּוֹנוּ) is written one way, but it is read another way (the way it is actually spelled in this sentence). This also has a gematria of 108, and so the connection between their complaints and the decree was established. Together, in combination with the 108 (חֹק) given at Marah (when they complained for water) and the resulting decree (108) are 216, again the measure of the luchot and the number of letters in God’s Explicit Name.

In 16:13, we see this same allusion when the Israelites get quail. The word “

*quail*” (שְׂלָו) is gematria 336. This one-dimensional string of numbers is a shadow of a two dimensional expression: 3 x 36, which equals 108, or half the luchot. Coincidence? Not if the other half also appears in the text! When the luchot were divided in 2, it created a corresponding polar opposite upon which the physics of the universe depends. So it must have a polar opposite in the (text of the) blueprint as well, and indeed it does. At this moment in time (in this week’s parashah) the Israelites were right in requesting the quail, and so we have the “positive” half of 108. In Parashah BeHa’alothekha, Israel should__not__have requested the quail, and as such, “*God struck a heavy blow against them*” and many died. That was the “negative” 108 (שְׂלָו = 336 or 3 x 36 = 108) and so together with both polar opposites (positive/negative) we have 108 + 108 = 216.You may have noticed that these series of verses and the appropriate gematria all reflect the male-female nature of the luchot and the letters of the Name.

*horse*” (סוּס), has a gematria of 126, a numeric permutation of 216 (see the posts on

__VaEra__and

__Shemoth__for other reflections like this and the implications). The reflection is naturally distorted because the events have not yet played themselves out. However, as we approach the moment of truth, Pharaoh takes “

*elite chariots*” with him to chase after the Israelites (in 14:7). The word “

*elite*” (בָּחוּר) is gematria 216, but these elite were countered at the sea, when in 14:21, “

*God moved the sea with a strong east wind all the night.*” The word “

*with a wind*” (בְּרוּחַ) also has a gematria of 216, the implication being obvious. God had hardened Pharaoh's heart to create the confrontation to demonstrate His sovereignty and the futility of opposing Him.

In 17:5, the word, “

*the*(

*River*” (הַיְאֹר) is seen (again, as it was in the posts on

__Shemoth__and

__VaEra__) and of course it also has a gematria of 216. It needs to be emphasized that the geometry has two predominant forms: 3 x 72 cubic handbreadths (side-by-side) and 6 handbreadths by 6 handbreadths by 6 handbreadths (combined cubic form) and so we see these patterns in the text as well. Keep in mind that the number 72 is a compression of two dimensions (6 x 12 of the side-by-side form) where 3 (the third dimension) is reduced to the second dimension of the expression, by virtue of the compression of the first two dimensions. The term "Triad Havaya of 72" therefore amounts to a two-dimensional mathematic expression (3 x 72). Were the expression in the form of 6 x 12 x 3, we could say it was three-dimensional, each number being the "measure" of the letters in each of the three dimensions, as we do when we refer to it as a reflection of the combined cubic form that is 6 x 6 x 6 where 6 is the measure of each dimension. To my knowledge, we do not (yet) have a name, for "the Name" in three-dimensions, although it might be appropriate to create one, as we did in the case of the Tri-Tetra-Grammaton (the 12-letter abbreviation).

At any rate, these “forms” of the Name can also be seen in this week’s Parashah. In 16:5, it says, “

*on the*

*6*

*th day*”; in 16:22 it says, “

*It happened on the*

*6*

*th day*”; and in 16:26, it says, “

*6*

*days shall you gather it.*” Here we have a three-dimensional allusion. The three 6s correspond to the measure of 6 x 6 x 6 or 216. We see this reflection begin (again) in 14:7, where Pharaoh takes with him 600 elite chariots, or 6 x 100. Then in 15:9, “

*the enemy declared,*

1) I will pursue,

2) I will overtake,

3) I will divide plunder,

4) I will satisfy my lust with them,

5) I will unsheathe my sword,

6) my hand will impoverish them.”

These 6 categories form another 6, and in 16:29, Moshe is informed by God, that He gave them
the Sabbath, “

*that is why He gives you on the**6**th day a**2**-day portion*”. Together we have the dimensions of the 2 luchot: 6 x 6 x 6 = 216, and if we add in the 100 (from the 600 above) we have 216,000 which is the volumetric measure of the Holy of Holies in the Tabernacle that Betzalel would build.
Since there were two luchot brought down twice, (and really this is an aspect of the Name as it applies to the fourth dimension which we call time) we also see various mathematic reflections
of the two sets of twos in this week’s parashah. The Signature
of the Architect is hidden in the measurement of any given
set. Of course, from the cosmic blueprint flowed 22 letters (building blocks of the universe) which were soon to be “received,” and so we see this reflection in verse 16:16 which contains all 22 letters. The verse has 18 words, for life (with a gematria of 18) could only be possible by
the outflow of these letters.

Keep in mind, that at this point in time (in this week’s parashah) the luchot were not yet split. So in 16:21, the 2 identical words “

*morning*[by]

*morning*”

(בַּבֹּקֶר בַּבֹּקֶר) do not have a P’sik dividing them, hinting to the combined cubic form that had not yet been divided into 2 identical halves (for more on this particular reflection of the Name, see the post on Shemoth).

In 14:28, the more basic reflection of twos is seen twice in, “

*The water came back, and covered the**chariots**and the**horsemen.*” These 2 categories do not have any significance in-and-of themselves, but the number of repetitions does, as you will see in a moment. In 16:8, Moshe tells the Israelites, “*When … God gives you**meat**… and**bread*” (also 2 categories). And in 16:12, God tells Moshe, “*Speak to them saying, ‘… you shall eat**meat**and …**bread**’*” (again 2 categories). Three pair (3 twos) is a pattern that repeats itself (see posts like__VaEra__and__Bo__, and VaYera on the Sapphire Magen David blog for more of this particular reflection). In 16:5 we see that, “*it will be**double*” (an allusion to the giving of the 2 luchot). However the luchot were brought down twice, so should we not expect to see another allusion? We do. In 16:22, this word is repeated: “*they gathered a**double**portion of food,*” (the second set of two). The text then proceeds to specify, “*2**omers for each*” and the combination constitutes another 3 twos (opposing the first set of 3 twos). The words in 16:22, “*double portion of food*” (לֶחֶם מִשְׁנֶה) is found in halachah, which reflects the nature of the cosmic blueprint (geometry of the luchot). On Sabbath, Jews take לֶחֶם מִשְׁנֶה, or 2 whole challahs, for the blessing on the bread (לֶחֶם). This is done at all 3 meals (3 twos). The combination of all the 3 twos above (3 twos or 2, 2, & 2 + 3 twos or 2, 2, & 2 + 3 twos or 2, 2, & 2 or 2 + 2 + 2 three times) are segments of the geometry associated with the measure of the luchot, that add up to the full measure that is 6 x 6 x 6 = 216, and so once again we have a series of numbers, sets of numbers and a ratio between the sets that conforms to the mathematic nature of the letters in the Signature of the Architect. All are hidden beneath the surface. The casual observer does not see this, because the mathematic nature of the connection between the measure of the luchot and the letters of the Name is generally unknown.There are some people who might (justifiably) consider this a coincidence. The real test of significance can only be determined by the repetitions. If, for example, the above sets of numbers are more than coincidental, then we should expect to see this pattern repeat itself. Why? Because the luchot were bright down twice.

In 14:7, we see this pattern repeat itself, when “ All of these reflections, taken together, are amazing examples of the sophistication and interconnectedness of the text of Torah, the measure of the luchot, and the letters of the Name, that started everything “in the beginning.”

*Pharaoh took 600 elite chariots.*” The word “*chariot*” (רֶכֶב) is gematria 222, and it is mentioned 3 times (oddly enough, without any prefixes or suffixes) in 14:7, 7 & 9. Together the numeric strings constitute 222 + 222 + 222 or 666, alluding to the measure of the luchot (6 x 6 x 6) and the letters of the Name (216). This pattern also has another reflection. If we look at the word “*chariot*” (רֶכֶב) as 1 category (different from the other 3 above) then we would only count the word once, but together (with the above three sets) we also have a reflection of the marriage of the letters in the abbreviations (1 being different from the other 3)__and__the ‘3 twos’ (mentioned above) at the same time, with a total now of 222 x 4 or 888, which is the number of letters in matrices of 7 x 7 x 7 (in Torah) with a remainder of 6 x 6 x 6 (or 216) as discussed in posts like BeHar & BeChukothai and Re’eh on the Sapphire Magen David blog.The 888 matrices mention above also have another connection to the luchot. The word luchot (לֻחוֹת) is gematria 444, and since there were 2 of them: 444 + 444 = 888 (see the post on Eikev on the Sapphire Magen David blog for more on this unique pattern) and we will see even more of this reflection below. At any rate, half the matrices of 7 x 7 x 7 (444) were seen in the post on VaEra. The other half is seen in this week’s parashah (in 14:9) when

1) all the horses; and

2) chariots of Pharaoh; and

3) his horsemen; and

4) his army.

There are 4 divisions of the Egyptian Army. In 14:17, God says, “

*I will be glorified*
1) through Pharaoh;

2) through his entire army;

3) through his chariots; and

4) through his horsemen.”

Again 4 divisions of the Egyptian Army.

In 15:26, God says that He won’t bring any of
the diseases that He placed on Egypt upon the Israelites if:

1) you hearken diligently to the voice of God;
and

2) do what is just in His eyes;

3) give ear to His commandments; and

4) observe all His decrees.

Again 4 categories. Together the sets of numbers (4, 4, and 4) hint to the other
half that will be seen in succeeding verses: or the other 444 of the 888 Matrices of 7 x 7 x 7 in
Torah. The other half, is then

__clearly____seen__in the word, “*Sanctuary*” (מִקְּדָשׁ) (15:17) which has a gematria of 444, and together we now have both halves, or (444 + 444 = 888) matrices of 7 x 7 x 7 in Torah.The fact that the 4, 4, and 4, are actually seen 3 times (if we include the more faint reflection in the above "hint") alludes to the 3 primary abbreviations each with 4 letters, where Ekeyeh is the result of the unification, somewhat more difficult to see (faint) and understand. However, the 4, 4, and 4, also allude to the 12-letter abbreviations like the Tri-Tetra-Grammaton which is essentially 3 times the 4 letters (of each abbreviation).

Interestingly, the word, “

*Sanctuary*” (מִקְּדָשׁ) is surrounded by the Tetragrammaton and the Havayah of Adnoot, hinting to the marriage of the 4 letters in the Tetragrammaton that combine with the 4 letters of the Havayah of Adnoot to create the 4 letters of the Havayah of Ekeyeh. Thus, the structure of the text, with 444 (מִקְּדָשׁ) hints to all 3 of the 4 letter abbreviations of the Explicit Name (4, 4, and 4). How deep does this allusion go? If we subtract the 3 Names or number of digits in מִקְּדָשׁ (444) from its gematria, we have 444 - 3 = 441, which is 21 squared, or 21 x 21 (= 441). This happens to be the gematria of Ekeyeh, times itself, and so we have all 3 abbreviations alluding to the marriage of the letters and unification in the Havayah of Ekeyeh.

In 16:13, “

*in the morning there was a layer of dew around the camp.*” The letters for “*the dew*” (הַטָּל) have a gematria of 44, and the word is repeated in 16:14 (another 44). There were 2 layers of dew, with the manna sandwiched in the middle1. The number 44, which is the gematria of הַטָּל, is like the 4 letters of the Tetragrammaton opposite the 4 letters of the Havayah of Adnoot. Just like they are on either side of the word מִקְּדָשׁ (seen above) they are also both hinted to in the 2 layers of dew (44) that were on either side of the manna. This should bring to mind the number 474 (with the 7 sandwiched between the 4s) where the Names were also on either side of the third Name (see posts on Bo, VaEra, and especially the post on VaYishlach on the Sapphire Magen David blog for a good explanation of this pattern and its significance). The number 44 (הַטָּל) is also like the 4 opposite 4 of the luchot when divided in all 3 dimensions as a finite model of the 8 dimensions in Euclidean space (geometry not physics). The word “*the dew*” (הַטָּל) is mentioned twice, for the 2 sets of 2 luchot that were brought down twice.
If we add all the fours together we have 4, 4, 4, and then 444, and finally 44 and 44, or altogether 10 fours (10 x 4 = 40) like the 40 years that Israel would spend wandering in the Wilderness. A hint to this is in the
gematria of the word “manna” (מָן) which is 740, where 40 corresponds to the number of years in
the Wilderness, and where 7 corresponds to the way that time was measured (in cycles of 7) as seen in our observance of calendar related halachah. In a
moment, we'll see how the entire process of gathering the manna each day, was one of the first calendar related laws that we were required to perform with the first being the observance
of the Sabbath, and the commandments to keep the Sabbath that required
collection of the manna for 6 days of the week, and on the seventh to cease from gathering (see below). The
manna was one of the 10 things (along with other things like Moshe’s staff seen
above) that were created during twilight of the 6th day, right before God rested on the seventh. It is mentioned 5 times in this week’s parashah (in 16:15, 31, 33, 35, 35) like the 5 internal constructs in the combined cubic form of the
luchot.

In 16:16, Moshe instructs the Israelites about the manna: “

*This is the thing that God has commanded, ‘Gather from it, for every man according to what he eats – an omer per person’…*” How much manna did each person get every day? In the above verse, the Israelites are instructed to take an “*omer*” of manna per person. In 16:18, it says that whether or not a person took more or less, each ended up with an ‘omer’ of manna. So how much is an omer? Well in 16:36, we are told, “*The omer is a tenth of an ephah.*” But how much is an ephah and why is this significant? To answer these questions, we need to do a little math. An omer is a tenth (1/10th) of an ephah. If we know how many eggs there are in an ephah, we can calculate how many eggs are in an omer, and then we’ll have our answer. We merely start with the larger measure and progress to the smaller. Then, once we have the smaller we can calculate back up to the larger. The following chart will help to demonstrate the significance:
1 Ephah = 3 Se’ahs

1 Se’ah = 6 Kavs

1 Kav = 4 Lugim

1 Log = 6 Eggs

With these measures we can calculate how many eggs
are in an ephah as follows:

6 Eggs = 1 Log

24 Eggs = 1 Kav

144 Eggs = 1 Se’ah

432 Eggs = 1 Ephah

If an omer is a tenth of an ephah, then an omer is 43.2
eggs, or forty three and a fifth eggs. The amount of eggs in these measurements
should look familiar. They were explained in one of the the essential constructs on the Sapphire Magen David blog, entitled

__Eggs and Olives__. Each measurement has a connection to the 216 letters of God’s Explicit Name. For example, there are 216 eggs in half an ephah. There are 72 lugim in an ephah, and thus there are 216 lugim in 3 ephahs (like the 72 triplets in the Name of 216 letters). In 16:22, on the sixth day of the week everyone “*gathered a double portion of food, 2 omers for each.*” So they gathered 2 omers or (43.2 eggs + 43.2 eggs = ) 86.4 eggs per person. The Israelites are startled by the double portion and when they ask Moshe what to do, he replies, (16:23) “*Bake what you wish to bake and cook what you wish to cook; and whatever is left over, put away for yourselves as a safekeeping until the morning.”*Thus they divided this double portion into 4. First in half, as 1 omer for today and 1 omer for tomorrow. And then each omer is divided in half, one cooked and one baked for each omer. If we divide the 2 omers (86.4 eggs) by 4, we get 21.6 eggs in each portion, and that number should look familiar (1/10th the number of letters in the Name). The 21 hints to the gematria of Ekeyeh (which was the Name used to bring about the Exodus as seen in the post on__Shemoth__) and 6, to the measure of each dimension in the combined cubic form of the luchot, as well as the 6 different measurements shown above (the egg, log, kav, se’ah, ephah, and omer). The word “omer” just happens to be mentioned 6 times in this week’s parashah2, or one for each portion of the week that the omer came down (6 days) and as we saw above, on the 6th day there was a double portion. The Mishnah in Tractate Menachoth 9:1 states, “*There were 2 dry measures in the*Temple : the issaron and the half-issaron.” An “*issaron*” means a tenth, like it says in 16:36, “*The omer is a*” and it was the measure of the omer, which was a tenth of an ephah or 43.2 eggs (a fifth of 216). The “__tenth__of an ephah,*half-issaron*” measure was a twentieth of an ephah, or 21.6 eggs, alluding again to the number of letters in God’s Explicit Name, the Name by which all things are measured. For more on the Signature of the Architect hidden in the manna, see the Addendum on Manna below.
The omer is mentioned 6 times in this week’s Parashah, but
the manna is mentioned 5 times (seen above). This hints to an interesting
measurement of the ephah that was both 5 and 6, and will be more fully
explained God willing, in a future post.

In 16:35, it says that the Israelites ate the
manna for 40 years. This is hinted to in the word for manna itself (מָן) with its gematria of 740 (as previously mentioned). We will now see some interesting iterations of 7 that are related to the measure of time in
calendar related halachah. In 16:25, Moshe tells the Israelites, “

*today is a Sabbath for God;*”. The word “*Sabbath*” (שַׁבָּת) is gematria 702, a numeric reflection of the cycles of 7 that come from the calendar related halachic requirements of the 2 luchot, and the number of triplets in the Name (72). In 16:26 it says, “*6**days you shall gather it, but the**seventh**day is a Sabbath.*” This is the*actual*(calendar related) halachah. They were to gather the manna for 6 days, and cease gathering on the seventh. The week (cycle) would then be "complete," and so the halachah expressed in cycles of 7 is also established. As if to confirm this, we see in 16:27, that “*It happened on the**seventh**day;*” and in 16:29 we see it again in, “*let no man leave his place on the**seventh**day;*” and finally in 16:30, where “*the people rested on the**seventh**day.*” The exact same expression (on the*seventh*) is repeated 3 times. Sound familiar? Patterns of three 7s are so prevalent throughout Torah that one has to be blind not to notice. Yet, they are hidden, with such subtlety, beneath the surface of the narrative, that few notice, and even fewer understand the significance. All are a reflection of the matrix established by the cycles of 7 in the very text requiring this aspect of observance. There is another reflection in the above 7s. Notice the word “*seventh*” is used a total of 4 times, but 1 time is different from the other 3 (the phrase is slightly different) and the implication obvious (the marriage of the letters). However, in addition, we can look at the four 7s, as 2 pairs of 7s, either as 7 opposite 7 (twice) or 14 opposite 14. Both are one-dimensional mathematic reflections. The first is a reflection of the royal seal in two dimensions and the second is a reflection of the royal seal in three dimensions, the royal seal (magen david) ultimately having 216 elements. The opposing nature of the numbers reflects the polar nature of the tetrahedrons (in both two and three dimensional) that combine to create the magen david (or star tetrahedron) that is again one of the internal constructs in the combined cubic form of the luchot, with everything connecting by virtue of those 216 elements corresponding to the number of letters in God’s Explicit Name.
The next level (the next highest dimension) of
calendar related halachah can be expressed (in two dimensions) as 7 x 7 days, and so this too is seen in this week’s parashah. In 14:2,
God tells Moshe that the Israelites should encamp “

We also see it in the manna, described in 16:31, as being like, “

Another reflection of these numbers contain is found in three 7s, where 7 x 7 x 7 = 343, the gematria of “

*between Migdol and the sea*”. The word “*Migdol*” (מִגְדֹּל) is gematria 77, a one-dimensional string that can be expressed in two dimensions as 7 x 7, which is the next level of calendar related halachah. Keep in mind that it is in this wrk's parashah that the Triad Havaya of 72 (a two-dimensional expression) is seen as a one-dimensional string of 216 letters. Here, the gematria of “*Migdol*” is a one-dimensional string of integers reflecting two dimensions. The word*Migdol*means “fortress,” and a fortress means a strong building. You may remember that in the post on VaYechi, we pointed out that the word “*strength*” (עָז) has a gematria of 77, and the relationship between one thing and another should be obvious. We mentioned above how the measure of the Omer connected to the letters of God's Name. Here we see it hidden in the 7 x 7 that corresponds to the counting of the Omer, where the reflection rises to the next level.We also see it in the manna, described in 16:31, as being like, “

*coriander seed*” (זֶרַע גַּד). The word “*seed*” (זֶרַע) is gematria 277, where the 2nd level is 7 x 7. The word for “*coriander*” (גַּד) interestingly enough, has a gematria of 7, and if we combine the two words together (coriander and seed) we have a reflection of the 2 luchot, where the measure of time in cycles of 7 is found in the spaces within, and without, its 216 elements. The "spaces" define the 7 days/weeks/years and the 7 x 7 days/weeks/years of calendar related halacha.Another reflection of these numbers contain is found in three 7s, where 7 x 7 x 7 = 343, the gematria of “

*And God said…*” when God spoke the world into existence with 10 sayings of creation (see posts on BeHar & BeChukothai and Re’eh on the Sapphire Magen David blog) alludes to the cycles of time (or matrix of 7) that is created or made stable by our observance. The 7 x 7 x 7 also represents the matrix of 7 with 343 elements that contain 216 points between the 343 letters (see there).
The matrix of 7, with its 343 letters/elements
comprise the “sustaining utterance” that at any moment in time results in the
ongoing process of creation (7 x 7 x 7 = 343, the gematria of “

*And God said*”) as when God spoke the world into existence. The first levels of this are also seen in this week’s parashah. In 15:27, the Israelites arrive at Elim where there were, “*7**0**date-palms*” (7 x 10) or the simplest form of calendar related halachah (7) times the 10 utterances that spoke the world into existence. The next level is seen too in this week’s parashah, when in 16:1, the Israelites journeyed from Elim and arrived at the Wilderness of Sin. The word “*Sin*” (סִין) is gematria 770, essentially the same reflection (7 x 7) times the 10 utterances that spoke the world into existence (this number has special significance to Lubavitch). If we multiply the numbers together, we get 7 x 7 = 49 x 10 = 490, or again, the next level of calendar related halachah (7 x 7 = 49) times the 10 utterances that spoke the world into existence (49 x 10 = 490) which could also be factored as 7 x 70, a period of time related to the destruction of the first Temple. The next level (three 7s) or 7 x 7 x 7 = 343 was explained above, but it also is connected to the 888 Matrices in the 7 x 7 x 7 letters of Torah (see posts on__BeHar & BeChukothai__and__Re’eh__on the Sapphire Magen David blog). We will examine this a bit more in a moment.
Let’s talk about bread. Bread (לֶחֶם) is gematria 78, or 7 and 8, and expresses both of the simplest mathematic
terms for calendar related halachah (7), and its higher transcendent level (8). For example, the
halachah is that on bread, we (Jews) make a blessing: “

*Blessed are You, God, … Who brings forth bread from the earth.*” (הַמּוֹצִיא לֶחֶם מִן הָאָרֶץ) and as seen above, in the example of the Sabbath (7) the halachah is that we make 3 blessings on bread (once at each of the 3 meals)3. However, the same blessing applies when we move into higher dimensions (8) and transcend to the next level. As seen on the post on__Bo__, the 2nd Pesach holy day was on the seventh day (שְׁבִיעִי שֶׁל פֵּסַח) but it was the 8th day from the “*previous day.*” On Pesach, even on the first days, when we make a blessing over Matzah (a “lesser” bread), the blessing is the same: “*Who brings forth bread from the earth.*” (הַמּוֹצִיא לֶחֶם מִן הָאָרֶץ). So whether regular halachah (7) or the next transcendent level halachah (8) the blessing on bread (78) stays the same. Though we make the blessing like this: “*Who brings forth bread from the earth,*” the Israelites made it like this: “*Who brings forth bread from the Heavens*” (הַמּוֹצִיא לֶחֶם מִן הַשָּׁמָיִם)__on____the____manna__. This was a much higher level of “bread,” and it did not cause any waste products to accumulate in their digestive systems. Can you guess how many times the word “bread” (לֶחֶם) (78) with its all-encompassing meaning that relates to calendar related halachah (7) and its next level (8), and which is always referring to the manna in this week’s parashah, is mentioned? That’s right; 8 times!4 That’s because it is always referring to the manna (a transcendent food). As if to confirm the significance, we find that the word “*bread*” (לֶחֶם) is mentioned 8 times. An alternate gematria for “*bread*” is 638 or 10 less than 648 (216 x 3). As mentioned above, with the 10 utterances that spoke the world into existence and the gematria of “*And God said…*” equaling 343, alluding to the cycles of time (or matrix of 7) that is created or made stable by our observance of calendar related halachah. When we make the blessing on bread (הַמּוֹצִיא לֶחֶם מִן הָאָרֶץ) which has 10 words, we elevate the food and ourselves, and we then have 10 + 638 (bread) = 216 x 3 (648).
Now that we’ve crossed from 7s into the territory of 8, we find additional references, more 8s like the 8 mentions of “

Before we continue with additional numbers and sets of numbers, we need to flashback, for a moment to the number 7 and specifically three 7s.

*bread*” mentioned above. If we focus on the next level, we find in 15:26, that God says, “*… then any of the diseases that I placed in*Egypt ,
I will not bring upon you”. The word “*the diseases*” (הַמַּחֲלָה) is gematria 88. There are countless stories of people who transcended and grew (spiritually) from the experience. They eventually rose to a level they could never have attained, had they not suffered from the disease. Here we have 8 x 8, another level in calendar related halachah. We find the next level back in the description of the manna. We mentioned the appearance of the manna above, but here we find the next level in the taste of the manna. In 16:31, it says the manna tasted like, “*a cake fried in honey*” (צַפִּיחִת בִּדְבָשׁ) which has a gematria of 896 or 8 more than 888 (the next level being 8 x 8 x 8 + 8). The manna was truly on a level above and beyond (8)! Keep in mind that the number 888 is the number of matrices in the 7 x 7 x 7 letters of Torah, and thus we come back to the cycles of 7. The 888 Matrices within 7 x 7 x 7 letters/elements of course have a remainder of 216 letters (as seen in such posts as BeHar & BeChukothai and Re’eh on the Sapphire Magen David blog).Before we continue with additional numbers and sets of numbers, we need to flashback, for a moment to the number 7 and specifically three 7s.

The pattern of numbers in 7 x 7 x 7 or three 7s, can also be expressed as 3 x 7 or 21, like the gematria of
Ekeyeh previously mentioned, and where it connects to the 10 commandments that Israel would receive after spending 210 years in Egypt .
In 14:5, it says, “

*And it was told to the king of*Egypt that the people had fled.” The word “*fled*” (בָּרַח) is gematria 210, and as seen in the post on__Shemoth__, this is like the Havayah of Ekeyeh (21) which was the Name used to take them out of Egypt, times 10 (the commandments ascribed to the luchot they would receive after leaving).
The Havayah of Ekeyeh is the 3rd Name in the set of 3 abbreviations, and there are many 3s in this week’s parashah as well (reflecting the triad nature of the Name). In 14:6-7, Pharaoh takes 3 categories of chariots
with him: 1) his chariot; 2) 600 elite chariots; and 3) all the [rest] of the
chariots with officers on them all. In 14:18, God says, “Egypt pursued the
Israelites and 3 categories came after them into the midst of the sea: 1)
every horse of Pharaoh; 2) his chariots; and 3) his horsemen. In 14:26, God
tells Moshe to stretch out his hand over the sea, and the water will go back
over 3 things: 1) upon Egypt ;
2) upon its chariots; and 3) upon its horsemen. In 15:4, in the Song at the
Sea, it says, “Egypt to kill 3 types through thirst: 1)
me; 2) my children; and 3) my livestock.

Egypt *will know that I am God, when I am glorified*” through 3 things: 1) Pharaoh; 2) through his chariots; and 3) through his horsemen. In 14:23,*Pharaoh’s**chariots**and**army**He threw in the sea, and the pick of his**officers**were mired in the*Red
Sea .” This sounds like a 2 + 1 group (as seen many times in the posts on this blog like__Bo__and__VaEra__) but as they were being destroyed, there is no polar opposite for it to correspond to the two-dimensional shadow of the star magen. Thus, this group is counted as 3. In 15:19, in the Song at the Sea, it says when 3 things came, God turned back the water on them: 1) Pharaoh’s cavalry; with 2) his chariots; and 3) horsemen. In 15:22, the Israelites travel for 3 days into the Wilderness. In 17:3, the Israelites complain to Moshe and ask why he brought them up from
You will notice that there is a total of eight 3s above, but there is one more in this week’s parashah. The
following will provide a little background to the beginning of chapter 14.

For 3 days the Egyptians buried their firstborn after the
devastating Plague, and on the 3rd day they complained that,
“Moshe and Aaron said they were only going for 3 days; let’s go get them
back.” So 700,000 soldiers (notice
the 7) went to catch up to
the Israelites, and they reached them on the 5th day (as they could travel
faster on chariots). They found the Israelites eating and drinking at
Pi-HaChiroth, celebrating their festival to God. The Egyptians asked them to
come back, but Moshe said God told them He’d bring them to the Land of milk and
honey and they were not going back to Egypt .
The Egyptians fought them, but the Israelites were the victors and the
survivors fled back to Egypt. They told Pharaoh
what happened (14:5) so Pharaoh called to his nobles and made a proclamation
that all able bodied men will chase after the Israelites. Pharaoh then harnessed his chariot and together with ten, hundred, thousand, men (or 1 million) they chase after the Israelites, and then they get drowned in the
Sea. (As seen in the corresponding post on BeShalach on the Sapphire Magen David blog, there were 9 million Egyptian soldiers. See there for the significance of 9, but we will focus here on the significace of a “million”.) Notice the number of 1 million, a number that was delineated (dimensionally reduced) as tens, hundreds, and thousands, or 10; 10 x 10; 10 x 10 x 10; and then a total 10 x 10 x 10 x 10 x 10 x 10 or 1,000,000 (a number with 7 places). The 10 commandments would be
brought down very soon after these events (see such posts as

__Sh’lach__on the Sapphire Magen David blog). What we get from this story, is that there were 3 days after the plague of the firstborn (which was actually the 10th day, as there were 6 days of darkness, and the 7th was the plague of the firstborn, plus 3 days of burying the dead, makes it on the 10th day they first started to chase after the Israelites. This division is also like the 10 sefirot that are divided as 7 lower and 3 higher, and also this was all about the 10th plague). So the 3 days after the plague of the firstborn, with the other eight 3s above is a total of 9 threes in this week’s parashah, that correspond to the Explicit Name that (after the letters are permuted into triplets) are written as 9 triplets on 8 lines (see the 8s above) like the 9 triangular corners on the 8 faces of a star tetrahedron (as seen in the posts on__VaEra__and__Bo__).
The number 9 is found more times in
this week’s parashah. In 15:1, in the Song at the Sea, it says, “

*I shall sing to God, for He is exalted above the arrogant.*” The words “*exalted above the arrogant*” (גֹאָה גָּאָה) which have the same letters, are each gematria 9 so we have 9 opposite 9. This phrase is repeated when Miriam leads the women in song. In 15:21, we find the same exact words, “*exalted above the arrogant*” (גֹאָה גָּאָה), which again is 9 opposite 9. Taken together, there are four 9s. Each face of a star tetrahedron has 3 within 3 within 3 triangular faces, and there are 4 faces. The 9 x 4 are also 36, the measure of the first two dimensions of the combined cubic form of the luchot (see the post on__Bo__for much meaning to 36). A similar reflection is seen in 15:25, with the words, “*there He will establish*” (שָׁם שָׂם). The letters are identical (again), except that one has a Shin (שׁ) and the other a Sin (שׂ) the difference being the position of the dot. Either way, each word has a gematria of 900, and so here we have 9 (hundreds) opposite 9 (hundreds). If we were to add these 9s to the four above, we would have 9 x 6 or 54, which is a 4th of 216 (like the 4 times the word mateh/staff is mentioned, with a gematria of 54).
We’ve mentioned combinations of 3s and 4s as they relate to the Name many times. As a brief refresher, the 4-letter abbreviation times 3, creates the 12-letter abbreviation, that we call the Tri-Tetra-Grammaton. We see these numbers in this week’s parashah as well. In 15:27, the Israelites “

*arrived at Elim, where there were**12**springs of water.*” There was a spring of water for each of the 12 tribes. The Tri-Tetra-Grammaton is the 12 letter abbreviation of the Explicit Name, and the 12 opposite 12 is like the 12 stones opposite 12 stones seen in the post on__Ki Thavo__on the Sapphire Magen David blog. The same reflection is seen in 14:20, were the Pillar of Cloud moves between the Egyptians and the Israelites and, “*one did not draw to the other*” all night. The words, “*one to the other*” (זֶה אֶל-זֶה) is gematria 12 (זֶה) opposite (אֶל) 12 (זֶה), and again reflects the mathematic nature of the Tri-Tetra-Grammaton and its polar opposite, as explained in the post on__Ki Thavo__.
Yet another place where the mathematic reflection of the Tri-Tetra-Grammaton can be seen is in the full story between
the lines of the text of verses 14:10-14. When the Israelites saw the Egyptians
coming, they divided into 4 groups: The first group was Reuven, Shimon, and Issachar,
who said, “Let’s cast ourselves into the Sea,” for they were terrified of the
Egyptians. Moshe replied, (14:13) “Egypt with the
Egyptians.” Moshe replied, (14:13) “Israel by virtue of their positions, called upon God. They divided into 4 groups of 3, like the 4-letters in each of the 3 abbreviations of the Explicit Name.

*Fear not. Stand still and see the salvation of God, which He will do for you this day.*” The 2nd group was Zevulun, Binyamin, and Naphtali, who said, “Let’s return to*Fear not, for as you’ve seen the Egyptians this day, you will not continue to see them ever again.*” The 3rd group was Yehudah, Dan, and Yoseph, who said, “Let’s go toward the Egyptians and battle them!” Moshe replied, (14:14) “*Stand in your places, for God will fight for you, and you shall remain silent.*” The 4th group was Levi, Gad, and Asher, who said, “Let’s go in the midst of the Egyptians to confound them.” Moshe replied, “Remain in your stations and fear not, only call unto God that He may save you from their hands.” Thus the tribes of
There are 248 limbs in a person’s body, and there are 248 positive commandments (as mentioned in the posts on VaYechi, VaEra, and Bo). This numeric progression is highly significant, as it is a reflection of the mathematic division of the luchot in all 3
dimensions (like the 8 dimensions of euclidean space). In this parashah, the allusion is found in 16:2, where the people complain against Moshe and Aaron. The phrase “Egypt (narrated in this week ’s Parashah) was 2448. When you insert the number 4 into the third position of 248 the result is 2448. Why the third position? When the letters of the Tetragrammaton are married to the letters of the Havaya of Adnoot, it is the third couple (the Vav and the Nun) that are different from the other three couples (the 1 being different from the other 3). The events down below always reflect the blueprint and the Signature of the Architect (letters of the Name) above.

*in the Wilderness*” (בַּמִדְבָּר) has a gematria of 248. In 16:14, when the manna comes down for the first time, there “*was something thin, exposed.*” The word, “*exposed*” (מְחֻסְפָּס) is also gematria 248. In 16:23, God tells Moshe, “*tomorrow is a rest day, a holy Sabbath to God.*” As seen in the posts on Bo and VaEra, the word “*tomorrow*” (מָחָר) is gematria 248. And in 17:9, Moshe tells Yehoshua to choose men to battle Amalek and, “*tomorrow I will stand on top of the hill…*” Again the word “*tomorrow*” (מָחָר) is gematria 248. There are a total of 4 references to 248. The year in which Israel left
One of the internal constructs in the combined cubic form of the luchot is the tetrahedron (and its polar opposite). The star and its shadow are cast in
this week’s parashah in 17:12, where it says, “

*Aaron and cHur supported his hands, one on this side and one on that side.*” The word “*hand*” (יָד) is gematria 14 and, “*one on this side and one on that side,*” the two together being 14 opposite 14, like the number of elements in each of the two tetrahedrons. In 16:5, it says with regard to the manna falling on the 6th day of the week, that “*it will be double what they pick every day.*” The words, “*every day*” are written, יוֹם | יוֹם, with a P’sik dividing the identical words (see the post on__Shemoth__for other places were there is a P’sik dividing identical words and its significance). The gematria of the word יוֹם is either 56 or 616. If we divide either by 14 (the gematria of “*hand*” (יָד) as they were picking the manna with their__hands__) we get the numbers 4 and 44 respectively. If we take the smaller gematria, we have יוֹם | יוֹם equaling 4 opposite 4, a reflection of the two primary abbreviations, that are found as a "signature" in the geometry of the luchot. We see in it the 8 dimensions of euclidean space that are 4 opposite 4 and in the points of a star tetrahedron that are 4 opposite 4 (see also the post on__VaYechi__). If we take the larger gematria, then we have יוֹם | יוֹם equaling 4 opposite 4__opposite__4 opposite 4, or a reflection of both sets of 2 luchot divided in all 3 dimensions.
The two-dimensional shadow of the star tetrahedron is also
found in this week’s parashah. In 16:23, Moshe tells the Israelites, “

*Bake**what you wish to bake and**cook**what you wish to cook; and what ever is**left over**, put away for yourselves…*” This is 2 + 1, or the points of a triangle that makes up one half of the magen david. Its polar opposite can be found in 17:10, where, “*Moshe**,**Aaron**,**and**cHur**ascended to the top of the hill.*” Aaron and cHur each supported Moshe’s hands on each side of him, and so we really have 2 (Aaron and cHur) + 1 (Moshe) that correspond to the points of the opposing triangle with 1 above and 2 below. Together with the triangle above, the numbers reflect the number and nature of the elements in a two-dimensional shadow of a star tetrahedron.
Moshe, Aaron, and cHur “

*ascended to the top of the hill.*” while Yehoshua battled Amalek below. Amalek (son of Eliphaz son of Esav) along with his nation, on their way out of their homeland (that was devastated by plagues and the splitting of the sea) came to attack Israel. Amalek brought 801,000 men, sorcerers, diviners, and those men who astrologically could not die on that day. Yehoshua was only able to weaken them (17:13) and soon the commandment to “*surely erase the memory of Amalek from under the heavens*” was given. Amalek is the ultimate evil that cannot be forgiven or transformed to good. It must be completely eradicated and will be part of the last battle in the messianic era. Notice that Amalek came with 801,000 men. This is the evil side of 108, expressed backwards as 801, further alluding to the distorted nature of Amalek. The nature of the luchot were male-female. Each half was 108 and together with its polar opposite, necessitates a spectrum of good and evil, or righteousness and wickedness (or 108 and 108). Amalek came with 801 (thousands). The number is a reflection of their attempt to corrupt the natural order of things (to see 801 in a more positive context, see the post on__VaYechi__).
It is also worth pointing out that in this
week’s parashah, there is the third letter of the acronym “Bekah Shemo” (see
the post on

__VaYechi__for other instances). In this week's parashah (14:28) there is the**H**eh (ה) of “*who were coming*” (**הַ**בָּאִים) that must be at the top of a column of a Torah Scroll. The heh has a gematria of 5 and it alludes to the hand with 5 fingers and the 5 internal mathematic constructs in the combined cubic form of the luchot. Each has a polar opposite, the hand has 5 fingers (opposite 5 fingers on the other hand) the luchot have 5 commandments (opposite 5 commandments on the other tablet etc). The positioning of this letter heh at the top of the column, actually starts a column in a Torah Scroll that has the Signature of the Architect hidden throughout. This column contains the Song at the Sea, and it is structured very specifically. The song is written as if it were a wall of bricks (14:22, “*and the water was a*”) with the words spaced one atop the other, with specific spacing.__wall__for them
Song at the Sea as it appears in a Torah Scroll

(click to enlarge)

There are a total of 30 lines in the Song at the Sea. The brick-like
structure divides the song into 15 (lines)
merged with (another) 15 lines. Notice there
are 15 single words on the outer sides in
between (another) 15 lines. There are also
the 15 single words opposite the other 15 single words on the outer columns. 15 is the gematria of the Havayah of Yud Heh, and
is the same Name used for the acronym above, that has the Heh of the acronym
start the column this Song is on. There are 15
“Songs of Ascents” that were actually sung (by the Levi’im) in the Temple , a different song
on each of the 15 steps leading up to the
Men’s Courtyard (they would literally

*ascend*as they sang a new “Song of Ascent”). There are 30 lines of this unusual structured text in a Torah Scroll. The other unusual structured text is in HaAzinu (Song of Moshe), and see graphics in the post on__HaBerakhah__on the Sapphire Magen David blog. As seen there, the Song of Moshe has 70 lines. This is like the 10 sefirot that are divided as 3 above (30 lines of the Song at the Sea) and 7 below (70 lines of the Song of Moshe). The Song of Moshe is divided in 2 columns like the 2 luchot. The Song at the Sea is divided into 3 columns like the triad nature of the Name. It also is divided into a brick-like structure with 2 on top of 3 or in total 5 (see below for the interconnectedness of all of this within the Song at the Sea).
The Song at the Sea is also sandwiched (like the manna) in between 5 lines above and 5 lines below, in its particular column of the Torah Scroll, like the 5 opposite 5 commandments of the luchot. Additionally, the Song at the Sea is
written with the amount of words per line in a very specific order as follows:

10
10

1 5 1
7

3
5
8

1 3 1
5

2 4
6

1 5 1
7

4
5
9

1 4
1
6

3
3
6

1 4
1
6

3
3
6

1 4
1
6

3
3
6

1 4
1
6

3
3
6

1 4
1
6

3
3
6

1 4
1
6

4
4
8

1
3 1
1 3 1

3
3
3 & 3

1 4 1
6

3
3
6

1 4
1
6

3
4
7

1 4
1
6

3
3
6

1 4
1
6

6
5
6 & 5

1 5
1
7

This is an interesting pattern and one that is highly significant.

The numbers on the left represent the number of words and how they are written in the Torah Scroll on each line. You can see the brick like structure of 2 “pieces” on 3, on 2, on 3 and so on. The numbers on the right represent the total number of words on each line in their significant forms. Every line has a significant correspondence to the luchot, and to the dimensions of the luchot and its volumetric measure (216) and the number of letters corresponding to the Signature of the Architect (216). All are well hidden from the casual observer. The following is the breakdown of each line and its significance.

The numbers on the left represent the number of words and how they are written in the Torah Scroll on each line. You can see the brick like structure of 2 “pieces” on 3, on 2, on 3 and so on. The numbers on the right represent the total number of words on each line in their significant forms. Every line has a significant correspondence to the luchot, and to the dimensions of the luchot and its volumetric measure (216) and the number of letters corresponding to the Signature of the Architect (216). All are well hidden from the casual observer. The following is the breakdown of each line and its significance.

The first line has 10 words (the top layer)
like the 10 commandments that were about to be received. The next line has 7 words, the
number of elements in a triangle (half a magen david). We will see its polar opposite below. It's also the lowest number in calendar related halachah. The next line has 8 words, like the
next transcendent level of calendar related halachah, or 8 lines like those 9 triplets on 8 lines when the letters of the Explicit Name are permuted, and like the 8 large faces of the
star tetrahedron with 9 triangular corners. The next line has 5 words, like the 5 internal constructs in the combined cubic form of the
luchot. The next line has 6 words, like the dimensions of the luchot in the first
dimension. The next line has 7 words, like the 7 elements in a
triangle, and together with the 7 above, form a complete (albeit two-dimensional) magen david. These two 7s are also like the 14 elements of a
tetrahedron, and its polar opposite (that will be found below). The next line has 9 words, like the Explicit
Name that is written out as 9 triplets on 8 lines, or the 9 triangular corners of
the 8 large faces of a star tetrahedron. The next two lines have 6 words each, and are like
the luchot's dimensions in the second dimension (6 x 6). So combined with the 6 above, we now have all three dimensions of the combined cubic form of the luchot: 6 x 6 x 6. The next 3 lines have 6 words in each, and together, they also correspond to the dimensions of the luchot: 6 x 6 x 6. The next 3 lines also have 6 words each and so again we see the dimensions of the
luchot: 6 x 6 x 6. The next 3
lines yet again have 6 words each and again correspond to the dimensions of
the luchot: 6 x 6 x 6. The next line
has 8 words, like the 8 quadrants of euclidean space (that result when the luchot are divided in all 3 dimensions). The next
line has 3 words surrounded by 1 word on either side. The 3 corresponds to the Explicit Name that is written out as
9 triplets on 8 lines, or the 9 triangular corners of the 8 large faces of a star
tetrahedron. And the 1 word on each side corresponds to the luchot that were 1 opposite 1, or together 2. The next line has 3 words and 3 words. This is like the
luchot that when divided in 2, were 6 x 6 x 3 opposite 6 x 6 x 3. The next 2 lines have 6 words each, and combined with one of the 3s from the previous line is 1 tablet with dimensions of 6 x 6 x 3. The next line has 6 words (remember this because we will come back to it). The
next line has 7 words, like the 7 elements in a triangle and its
polar opposite (that will be seen below). The next 3 lines have 6 words in each and
again correspond to the dimensions of the luchot: 6 x 6 x 6. The next line has a
peculiar number of 6 words
and 5 words, but not peculiar if you've been following the
patterns. The 6, together with that 6 we told you to remember
(5 lines up) and the 3 of the split 3s, together is the
dimensions of the other tablet: 6 x 6 x 3. The 5 is the polar
opposite of the 5 internal constructs in the combined cubic form of the
luchot seen above (on the 4th line). The last line has 7 words, and
corresponds to the 7 elements in a triangle, and combines with the 7 (that we saw 5 lines above) to
create the other half of a magen david. If we combine these two 7s to get 14, we now have the
elements in a tetrahedron and the polar opposite of the 14 above (that combined
to create the star tetrahedron or three-dimensional magen david, one of the internal constructs in the
combined cubic form of the luchot). As you can see, all the words are
specifically spaced in the Song at the Sea to conform to the geometry of the luchot, with a volumetric measure (216) that equates to the letters of the Explicit Name. All are hidden from the casual observer but a remarkable example of the sophisticated nature of the text.

The luchot's aspect of 5, is especially hidden in much of the Song at the Sea. The
last 2 single words of “the wall” of the Song at the Sea, “framing the foundation” (the one
and one words on the last line seen on the left column) is the same identical
word “

*the Sea*” (הַיָּם), and it has a gematria of 55, or both the 5 opposite 5 internal constructs within the luchot, and the 5 opposite 5 (external) commandments on the luchot. There are a total of 30 lines in the Song at the Sea, and the 55 on each end of the last line, plus the 5 lines above and below the Song, is 5 + 5 + 5 + 5 + 5 + 5 = 30 lines of the Song. Each two lines of the song has 2 parts on 3 parts or all together 5 parts (except the top 2 lines, which is 10 words (again 5 and 5) on top of 3 words or a total of 13 words like the One God). The Song is divided into 3 columns and 3 times the many different 5s is 15 (see above for the many 15s).The Song is divided in 3 columns, with 29 words in one, 15 in the middle, and then 29 in the last column. Together that is 29 + 29 + 15 = 73. Since we don't count the first line which is not broken up into columns (it has 10 words), we can subtract this 1 line from the others, and we get 73 - 1 = 72 or a 3rd of 216.
There are 26 words after the Song at the Sea that consist of the portion
(separated by a peh and a samech) of the women singing at the Sea. 26 of course is the
gematria of the Tetragrammaton. If we do not count the words, “

*Miriam, the prophetess, sister of Aaron, took the drum in her hand*”, as this describes who did what, then the amount of the rest of the words of this portion (that tells of all the women that came and sang at the Sea and has the words to their song,) is 18 (gematria of life; as they were saved) and combined with the 198 words of the Song at the Sea that Moshe led with the men is 216 words in total, that correspond to the number of letters in God's Explicit Name.
The “

*sea*” is mentioned 28 times in this week’s parashah, like the 14 opposite 14 (28) elements in 2 tetrahedrons that when merged create a star tetrahedron, one of the 5 internal constructs in the combined cubic form of the luchot. The word “*sea*” (יַם) is gematria 50, or the 5 internal constructs times the 10 commandments (and is also another level in calendar related halachah: 50). The word “*water*” (מַיִם) is mentioned 18 times in this week’s Parashah as it is the giver of life, and life is gematria 18.
In this week’s Parashah, the word “

*strengthen*” (חָזַק) is mentioned 3 times (in 14:4, 8, 17). This hints to the triad nature of God’s Explicit Name, but if combined with the other mentions of חָזַק in__VaEra__and__Bo__, which were each 5 opposite 5, we have a total of 13 mentions of חָזַק. 13 is gematria “*One*” (אֶחָד) (see the post on__VaEra__) and the One God*strengthened*the hearts of the Egyptians and Pharaoh so that, (14:4) “*I will be glorified through Pharaoh and*[all the Egyptians].” (13 is also half the gematria of the Tetragrammaton (26).)
There are a specific number of missing letters
in this week’s Parashah. By the fact that they are missing, ensures that the Signature of the Architect is hidden from the casual observer. But one who knows how to look, can see the Signature clearly. We have mentioned this technique before, in such posts as

We will first analyze the missing yuds. In 14:13, the word, “

__VaEra__and__Bo__, and see there for other instances of this characteristic of the narrative. The missing letters are always exact in there numerical value and meaning, and they actually contain much deeper meaning to the actual text (by the fact that they are missing), but such a discussion is beyond the scope of this blog.We will first analyze the missing yuds. In 14:13, the word, “

*continue*” is missing a yud. In 14:14, the word, “*remain silent*” is missing a yud. In 16:8, the word, “*complain*” is missing a yud. In 16:30, the word, “*the seventh*” is also missing a yud. In 16:31, the word, “*like a cake*” is also missing a yud. In 16:36, the word, “*a tenth*” is also missing a yud. And in 17:8, the word, “*in Rephidim*” is also missing a yud. There are 7 yuds missing in this week’s Parashah, and since yud is gematria 10, this is 10 x 7 = 70. See above and the post on__Bo__and the post on__VaYelekh and HaAzinu__on the Sapphite Magen David blog for the meaning of 70. If we were to multiply the 7 missing yuds in this week’s Parashah (70) by the 70 date-palms mentioned above, we have (70 x 70 = ) 4,900 or 49 (hundreds), yet another level of calendar related halachah (see above for more).
There are many missing vavs in this week’s
Parashah as well. In 13:19, the word, “

*my bones*” is missing a vav. In 13:20, the word, “*from Succoth*” is missing 2 vavs. As vav is gematria 6, we have 6 x 6 x 6 = 216, and see the posts on__VaEra__and__Bo__for many more of this pattern. In 14:2, the words of the places, “*HaChiroth*”, “*Migdol*”, and “*Zephon*” are each missing a vav, and together it is 6 x 6 x 6 = 216. In 14:9, the words, “*encamped*”, “*HaChiroth*”, and “*Zephon*” are all each missing a vav, and again there is 6 x 6 x 6 = 216. In 13:21, the word, “*went*” is missing a vav. In 14:12, the word, “*than that we should die*” is missing a vav. And in 14:13, the word, “*continue*” is missing a vav and again there is 6 x 6 x 6 = 216. In 14:19, the word, “*has been going*” is missing a vav. In 14:25, the word, “*wheels*” is missing a vav. And in 14:29, the word, “*wall*” is missing a vav and so again there is 6 x 6 x 6 = 216. In 15:5, the word, “*deep waters*” are missing 2 vavs and the word, “*in the depths*” is also missing a vav and together there is again 6 x 6 x 6 = 216. In 15:8, the words, “*running water*” is missing a vav and the word, “*deep waters*” is missing 2 vavs, and so again there is 6 x 6 x 6 = 216. In 15:11, the word, “*praise*” is missing a vav. In 15:16, the word, “*at the greatness*” is missing a vav. And in 15:18, the word, “*forever*” is also missing a vav, and again together they are 6 x 6 x 6 = 216. In 15:20, the word, “*with drums*” is missing a vav and the word, “*and with dances*” is missing 2 vavs, and together they are 6 x 6 x 6 = 216. In 15:20, the word, “*the drum*” is missing a vav. In 15:23, the word, “*drink*” is missing a vav. And in 15:24, the word, “*they complained*” is also missing a vav and again there is 6 x 6 x 6 = 216. In 15:27, the word, “*springs*” is missing a vav. In 16:12, the word, “*complaints*” is missing a vav. And in 16:14, the word, “*as frost*” is also missing a vav and again there is 6 x 6 x 6 = 216. In 17:1, the word, “*to drink*” is missing a vav. In 17:6, the word, “*in Horeb*” is missing a vav. In 17:13, the word, “*And he weakened*” is also missing a vav, and together there is again 6 x 6 x 6 = 216.
The above missing vavs totals to 36, or 216 twelve times, the same number of missing vavs in last week’s
Parashah

__Bo__(see there for much meaning). If we add the number of times vav is missing in both Parashahs we have (36 + 36 = ) 72, a 3rd of 216. Or if we multiply the 72 missing vavs times vav which is gematria 6, we have 72 x 6 = 432, or 216 x 2, one for each Parashah.
As we saw above where there are aspects of this
Parashah that are above and beyond, there are really 3 more missing vavs in
this week’s Parashah. All the way at the end, in a separate portion where God
tells Moshe that Amalek must “

*surely be erased*”, in this portion there are 3 verses. In 17:14, the word, “*Write*” is missing a vav and in 17:16, the last 2 words of the Parashah, “*from generation to generation*” are each missing a vav. Thus the 3 other missing vavs (with a gematria of 6) is once again 6 x 6 x 6 = 216. So there really is 1 more set in this week’s Parashah than in last week’s Parashah. There is a grand total of 39 missing vavs, and 39 x 6 (vav) = 234, or 216 + 18, the gematria of life.As can readily be seen, the Signature of the Architect is hidden in much detail throughout this Parashah, but the casual observer is blind to such knowledge. The indelible stamp of the Shifter of Events, in this Parashah that contains many upheavals, is always in the background, subtly orchestrating, yet constantly present and visible to those with the proper “glasses”.

**An Addendum on the Manna**

**“Bread from Heaven”**

Just like the Signature of the Architect can be found in the
small measures of each person’s daily portion of food (see above when
discussing the manna and omer), if we look at the overall picture, the
Signature is hidden as well (think Mandelbrot fractal). The numbers are a bit
complex, but bear with it. The following is the totals of the amount of manna that fell over time, and the numbers of course all contain the Signature of the Architect.

If each person’s portion was 43.2 eggs (1 omer) (see above), and if you remember from last week’s post onEgypt .
Thus in 1 day, the amount of manna that fell to feed 3,600,000 people was (3,600,000
people x 43.2 eggs (1 omer) = ) 155,520,000 eggs, or 216
x 72 (a third
of 216) x 10,000 (see
other numerical permutations of 10 above) =
155,520,000 eggs of manna that fell each day (over 155 and a half million eggs
of manna!). Notice that the amount of eggs of manna that fell each day was the Signature (216) times a third (72) of the Signature x 10,000.5

On the sixth day of the week there was a double portion, or 311,040,000 eggs or 216 x 144 (two thirds of 216) x 10,000 = 311,040,000. eggs of manna that fell every sixth day of the week (over 311 million eggs of manna!). Notice on the sixth day of the week, the amount of eggs of manna that fell was the Signature (216) times two thirds of the Signature x 10,000.

Thus every week 1,088,640,000 eggs of manna fell, or (216 x 2 = ) 432 + 72 = 504 x 216 x 10,000 = 1,088,640,000 eggs of manna that fell every week (over 1 billion eggs of manna!). Notice that every week, the amount of eggs of manna that fell was twice the Signature (216) plus a third of the Signature, times the Signature x 10,000.

The amount of eggs of manna that fell in a month was 4,665,600,000 eggs or 216 x 216 x 100,000 = 4,665,600,000 eggs of manna that fell every month (over 4 and a half billion eggs of manna!). Notice the amount of eggs of manna that fell every month was the Signature (216) times the Signature x 100,000.

Thus the amount of eggs of manna that fell in 1 year (the solar year had 360 days in those times) was 55,987,200,000 eggs or 216 x 216 x 12 x 100,000 = 55,987,200,000 eggs of manna that fell each year (almost 56 billion eggs of manna!). Notice that in 1 year, the amount of eggs of manna that fell was the Signature (216) times the Signature, times the number of tribes x 100,000.

And since the manna fell for 40 years (16:35), the amount of eggs of manna that fell in total was 2,239,488,000,000 eggs or 216 x 216 x 48 x 1,000,000 = 2,239,488,000,000 eggs of manna that fell to the Earth throughout the 40 years (over 2 trillion eggs of manna!). Notice the amount of eggs that fell throughout the Wandering in the Wilderness was the Signature (216) times the Signature, times 48 (there were 48 male prophets that communed with God from Heaven, like the manna that fell from Heaven) x 1,000,000.

Now there was 1 more omer of manna that was not consumed, but rather deposited in a vial and placed before the Ark of Testimony for a safekeeping for later generations (16:32-34). So really, the grand total of manna that fell was 2,239,488,000,043.2 eggs of manna, or the Signature (216) times the Signature, times 48 x 1,000,000, plus a fifth of the Signature.

As seen in the Essential Construct

And the 1 omer that was not eaten (kept with theArk )
was 259.2 drams or 21.6 x 12 = 259.2 drams, the small measure that is a tenth
of 216, times the 12
tribes.

The magical food that was called “the Bread of Heaven” fell in exact portions that all bear the stamp of the Signature of the Architect.

If each person’s portion was 43.2 eggs (1 omer) (see above), and if you remember from last week’s post on

__Bo__, there was a total of 3,600,000 people that leftOn the sixth day of the week there was a double portion, or 311,040,000 eggs or 216 x 144 (two thirds of 216) x 10,000 = 311,040,000. eggs of manna that fell every sixth day of the week (over 311 million eggs of manna!). Notice on the sixth day of the week, the amount of eggs of manna that fell was the Signature (216) times two thirds of the Signature x 10,000.

Thus every week 1,088,640,000 eggs of manna fell, or (216 x 2 = ) 432 + 72 = 504 x 216 x 10,000 = 1,088,640,000 eggs of manna that fell every week (over 1 billion eggs of manna!). Notice that every week, the amount of eggs of manna that fell was twice the Signature (216) plus a third of the Signature, times the Signature x 10,000.

The amount of eggs of manna that fell in a month was 4,665,600,000 eggs or 216 x 216 x 100,000 = 4,665,600,000 eggs of manna that fell every month (over 4 and a half billion eggs of manna!). Notice the amount of eggs of manna that fell every month was the Signature (216) times the Signature x 100,000.

Thus the amount of eggs of manna that fell in 1 year (the solar year had 360 days in those times) was 55,987,200,000 eggs or 216 x 216 x 12 x 100,000 = 55,987,200,000 eggs of manna that fell each year (almost 56 billion eggs of manna!). Notice that in 1 year, the amount of eggs of manna that fell was the Signature (216) times the Signature, times the number of tribes x 100,000.

And since the manna fell for 40 years (16:35), the amount of eggs of manna that fell in total was 2,239,488,000,000 eggs or 216 x 216 x 48 x 1,000,000 = 2,239,488,000,000 eggs of manna that fell to the Earth throughout the 40 years (over 2 trillion eggs of manna!). Notice the amount of eggs that fell throughout the Wandering in the Wilderness was the Signature (216) times the Signature, times 48 (there were 48 male prophets that communed with God from Heaven, like the manna that fell from Heaven) x 1,000,000.

Now there was 1 more omer of manna that was not consumed, but rather deposited in a vial and placed before the Ark of Testimony for a safekeeping for later generations (16:32-34). So really, the grand total of manna that fell was 2,239,488,000,043.2 eggs of manna, or the Signature (216) times the Signature, times 48 x 1,000,000, plus a fifth of the Signature.

As seen in the Essential Construct

__Eggs and Olives__on the Sapphire Magen David blog, the smallest measure is the dram. Thus the total amount of drams of manna that fell to the Earth was 13,436,928,000,000 drams or 216 + 72 = 288 x 216 x 216 x 1,000,000 = 13,436,928,000,000 drams of manna that fell throughout the 40 years, or the Signature (216) plus a third of the Signature, times the Signature times the Signature x 1,000,000.And the 1 omer that was not eaten (kept with the

The magical food that was called “the Bread of Heaven” fell in exact portions that all bear the stamp of the Signature of the Architect.

______

Footnote 1 – This is mirrored in the Challah on the Sabbath that is
sandwiched between the cloth upon it and the tablecloth beneath it.

Footnote 2 – In 16:16, 18, 22, 32, 33, & 36.

Footnote 3 – (The 3 meals on the 7th day is like three 7s or 7 x 7 x 7.)

Footnote 4 – In 16:3, 4, 8, 12, 15, 22, 29,
& 32.

Footnote 5 – (There was leftover manna as the leftovers melted and formed streams that flowed out of the camp. Animals would come to drink from these streams of manna and then non-Israelites after hunting these animals and eating them, would be able to get a taste of the manna. Therefore, allowing for population death and birth, the numbers that are given here are roughly accurate, for we can never know the exact amount of fluctuating manna that came down on any given day. But disregarding any unseen factors, the estimates of what fell on any given day are recorded here for their significance.)

Footnote 5 – (There was leftover manna as the leftovers melted and formed streams that flowed out of the camp. Animals would come to drink from these streams of manna and then non-Israelites after hunting these animals and eating them, would be able to get a taste of the manna. Therefore, allowing for population death and birth, the numbers that are given here are roughly accurate, for we can never know the exact amount of fluctuating manna that came down on any given day. But disregarding any unseen factors, the estimates of what fell on any given day are recorded here for their significance.)

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