THE PURIM KABBALAH CODE

The Kabbalists tell us that the scrolls of the Bible are not simply stories. In fact, the Zohar says that whoever reads the Bible literally, it would be better for the world if such a person had never been born. The Bible is a code. It was created as a code by design so that we, the souls of humanity, would have to strive and work hard at deciphering the code thereby becoming the cause and creators of our own fulfillment.

The Zohar and the teachings of Kabbalah are the technology that deciphers the entire Torah and by doing so, they reveal tremendous forces of spiritual energy in the process. This energy is the source of our happiness, inspiration, creativity, even our very life force.

The Torah is not the only coded biblical scroll.

Every Purim, we read the biblical Scroll of Esther. This Scroll also contains endless codes and wisdom.

The story of Purim is about the near destruction of the Israelites in Persia (modern day Iran) back in the 4th century, BCE. An evil man by the name of Haman, an advisor to the King of Persia, was determined to wipe out all the Israelites from the Persian Empire in a true act of genocide. In the story, a man name Mordechai urges his cousin Queen Esther to intervene and convince her husband the King to prevent Haman from committing the massacre.

Take 3-4 minutes and watch this video below. It reveals a an amazing code that correlates to our very time, a good twenty plus centuries after this biblical scroll known as the Scroll of Esther, was written.

 

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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7 Responses

  1. Phil says:

    The video was well put-together. One suggestion, though. The three small letters are shown equaling 1946, but the intermediate steps are missing. First, it equals 707, which could mean the Hebrew year 707, 1707, 2707, etc. I suppose the enlarged vav could point to the sixth occurrence (vav=6) of 707, namely, 5707, or 1948.

  2. Phil says:

    Arrgh, I meant 1946, not 1948. (Actually, it could mean 1946 or 1947, depending on what part of 5707 it is.)

  3. Nicole says:

    Hi Billy,

    Can you please advise where in the Zohar it says “that whoever reads the bible literally, it would be better for the world that such a person had never been born”?

    Which Zohar portion can these implied words in Aramaic, or in the English translation, be found?

    Thank you.

    • (Beha’alotcha 12:58) Rabbi Shimon says: Woe to the man who says that the Torah came to relate stories, simply and plainly, and simpleton tales. If it was so, even at the present day we could produce a Torah from simplistic matters, and perhaps even nicer ones than those….(Toldot 16:25) For whoever is occupied in the Torah, but does not care for its name, would have been better never born. What is meant by the verse, “in whose heart are Your highways (Heb. mesilot)?” It is as in the verse, “extol (Heb. solu) Him who rides upon the clouds; (Miketz, section 15:238) Whoever among you see but see not; exist in the world, yet do not know why; do not care for the glory of their Master; and do not study the Torah even though it stands before you, it is better for you never to have been born. Why should you exist without understanding? Woe to you, when the days of evil shall bestir themselves against you and banish you from the world….(Ha’azinu 24) Blessed is the portion of he who merited knowing His ways and who does not stray nor is misled by them. For these matters are concealed, and the lofty saints shine upon them, as one shining with candlelight. These words were handed only to those who came INTO CHOCHMAH and came out. For whoever has not come in and out, it is better for him had he not been born. For it is known before the most hidden Atika Kadisha that these matters shine in my heart with the perfection of love and awe before the Holy One, blessed be He.

  4. Nicole says:

    Thank you, Billy, for the gift of your time in responding to my inquiry so quickly and with such care.

    If I may, I would like to explore this topic further with you at a later time.

    Chag sameach!

    Blessings and Joy

  5. Thanks alot Philip,we appreciate all your works and write ups your ready to advice and explain,while others put money infront may you remain blessed in your mission

  6. Thanks alot once more for your inspirational write ups,your works can not go unnoticed for God will bless you,while your friends ask for money first,just continue and listen to your heart,remain blessed

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