THE POWER OF THE 42 LETTER NAME OF GOD

This weeks Torah portion is Matot-Masei.

The secret of the 42 Letter Name of God and the power of these three “negative” weeks, specifically the number 21 for the 21 days, is revealed in this weeks Torah portion. Below is a lecture I shared that explores some of these secrets.

 

Billy Phillips

Billy Phillips has been a student of Kabbalist Rav Berg and Karen Berg since 1989. He has been instrumental in helping to make Kabbalah accessible for the masses working on both private and public projects under the guidance of Kabbalist Rav Berg. He has lectured on a variety of topics, most notably the profound connection between Kabbalah, Christianity, Islam and the world of Science.

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4 Responses

  1. Tom Scheurer says:

    Now I finally understand what the Rav meant when he said that we were all going to get younger.

  2. Celso M. Elemento says:

    Thank you sir Billy for this lecture. Now I know the secret on how to remove the space and there is only one move which is remove the EGO.
    How I wish I could have a complete script of this lecture from you sir. You know almost all of your articles I printed them and keep it on my
    file and I used it as my tools when sharing to my fellow man and neighbors. Yebarecha Adonai BeShallom.

  3. Celso M. Elemento says:

    This lecture dated July 2, 2013, you know sir, this is my birth-date base on Gregorian calendar since I was born July 2, 1961.
    May God make you more extra strength & Lights & long days of your life so could share many people around the Globe. Thank
    you very much sir.

  4. Lala says:

    Good work! Congrats Hebrew school was all about brhaawisning us into being respectful, Jewish women who will stick to the practice. And, for the men to become future rabbis. I always found it strange that I learned how to read but never speak Hebrew. Anyway, this project of yours reminds me the page I’m at these days I don’t regret going to Hebrew school, however, even if it caused me to be a bit behind when I left and went to public school.

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