Part Four – Shiloh as King Messiah (Melekh HaMaschiach)
The Sinai experience on Shavuot was over when the Children of Israel were standing in the rarified presence of the Divine. There they experienced the highest level of prophecy that a national group of people have ever experienced.
But something drastically happened after that experience with MemTet, the Angel of the Presence of G-dwhom the Ain Sof, the Unseen G-d of Israel shrouded with His Presence now as the G-d’s emissary or Shaliach came to the Children of Israel giving them commandments to keep in order to keep their national identity down throughout the ages. Now the insecurities of looking again into s future, unknown and no longer under their control, as the Unseen G-d of Israel now loomed perceptively into their present and their future over the next millenniums.
Felt, but not fully perceived, was a strange aura in the camp. One year before, also on Shavuot, the Jews and 10 Israel, now as the Nation of Israel (Hebrew Nation) were listening to the Voice of the Holy One of Israel and they collectively began to murmur for Moshe to act as our emissary and intercessor with HaShem, so that we would not have to listen to the voice of G-d anymore.
The Angel of the Presence of G-dloomed began the sign that it was time to move on. Their final redemption was not here but still in their future as the Pillar of Light at night and the Cloud shielding them from the sun by day began to move forward to their next destination.
During this time, the presence of G-d’s loving care for them came with the daily rations of manna, a delicatessen, the ultimate food that imbedded within his matrix all the vitamins, minerals and nutrients to keep all of them alive healthy. Not only that the Israelite cooks had no dietary preparations, for all they had to do was gather it outside of their tent residence, eat it and by evening it would disappear like the morning dew.
Manna, according to rabbinic sources in the Chumash (Parashas Beha’aloscha), was:
Chumash (Parashas Beha’aloscha on Bamidbar 11/2-12) – “shaped like coriander seed, a strong-smelling leek-like plant of the carrot family. Its color was like that of b’dolach a gem identified as crystal (Rashi) or pearl (Ebn Ezra to Genesis 2:13). The Jews could gather it effortlessly, merrily by strolling near their dwellings and it tasted like a dough rich in oil.”
At the dawn of the next morning, the manna would be there again, a hint of what would happen in the future messianic era when as the sages of Judah have revealed, our food and our clothing will already be pre-prepared for us to eat and wear in that future era by the same loving G-d of Israel. Personal desires, cravings, and passions of autonomous life and activity will be a day of the past in the “world to come.
Over the year, the strain upon Moshe Rabbeinu (Moses our teacher) had been very great. A great mass of people of 600,000 men plus women and children were beginning to wear down the redeemer of the Children of Israel who had just escaped from under oppression in Egypt.
This time, Moses the Redeemer who led them out of Israel was faltering under the great burden of guiding and directing the lives of the Children of Israel. At the same time, the growing influence of the Erev Rav, called the “mixed multitude” was becoming viral in the camp of the Israelites for they did not and neither did they have the spiritual acumen to understand this life of spiritual elevation of consciousness that HaShem had giving to his “Chosen People”.
To HaShem, it was time to move, for new lessons had to be learned of self-discipline, and how to refuse to become victims of their own passions and desires. It was G-d’s living intent that the Children of Israel would becoming restored to the “Image of G-d” which we were created to be in Gan Eden.
The rebellion had now gone beyond the sin of the “Golden Calf”. It was now extending to blaming G-d for not providing them with the foods that were back in Egypt which their body cravings desired.
So the “Cloud of HaShem” which is alluded to in the Torah as seven separate clouds that guided the Israelites (Sifsei Chacharmin) began to move. Of these “seven clouds”, “four clouds” protected the camp in the four (cardinal) directions that surrounded the Mishkhan, one that hovered over them, “one cloud” that cushioned their feet from the hot, sometimes rocky desert floor and the “seventh cloud” that went ahead of them to ease their way by leveling mountains and filling in depressions.” (Chumash Stone edition, p. 787)
So when the Children of Israel left the “mountain of G-d” according to Rambam, citing the Midrash said:
Rambam – “They fled from the mountain of G-d like a child running away from school, happy to leave that holy place because they were afraid that G-d might give them more commandments.”
So a three day distance into the wilderness was traveled in one day, but their attitude of anger and defiance made a sin of their journey and disallowed G-d from fulfilling His oath to the Patriarchs. So in Bamidbar (Leviticus), G-d gave instructions to Moses:
Bamidbar 11:16-17 – “Gather 70 men from the elders of Israel... and take them to the Mishkan (Tabernacle), and have them stand there with you. I will come and speak to you there, and I will extend the spirit of prophecy that is upon you and place it upon them...”
Forty days later after the encounter of the now inaugurated Nation of Israel, a “tragic fire killed” the original 70 elder Sanhedrin. According to Rashi, when just after giving the Ten Commandments, the Sanhedrin was invited to ascend the mount called Sinai along with Moshe (Moses) to the base of the mountain, along with Aharon and Aharon’s two sons, Nadav and Avihu as they were enveloped with holiness of G-d, and the experience of the heightened measure of spiritual revelation in the Presence of the Divine (Shemot 24:11).
Yet instead of approaching the Almighty One with awe and reverence, they came to the mount in a lighthearted manner after eating a full meal, instead of fasting, and as they stood before the Presence of Holy One of Israel, they acted “like a slave that serves the king while biting on a on a piece of breads” (Rashi, Bamidbar 11:1). In the kindness to his people, HaShem did not punish the first Sanhedrin but rather they were punished after they had left the vicinity of Sinai and continued on their trek to the Land of Israel.
As noted in the Parashat Bambidar by Avraham Schwartz of Nachla’ot in Yerushalayim (Jerusalem) we read:
Avraham Schwartz of Nachla’ot in Yerushalayim: - “Shortly after a tragic fire killed "those at the edge of the Jewish encampment" (Bamidbar 11:1), Moshe was asked to appoint 70 elders to become temporary prophets and permanent leaders of the nation. Rashi (11:16) explains that they were to replace the original 70-man Sanhedrin, or Jewish supreme court, who expired in the above-mentioned fire. ("The edge" of the encampment that was burned, was the cutting edge.)
In truth, Rashi adds, the original Sanhedrin ought to have been punished earlier. The sin for which they paid with their lives occurred immediately before the giving of the Ten Commandments, at which time the Sanhedrin was invited to climb Mt. Sinai along with Moshe, Aharon and Aharon's two sons, Nadav and Avihu, to experience a heightened measure of revelation of the Divine Presence (Shemot 24:11).
Instead of approaching with the appropriate awe, however, they lightheartedly came to the appointment after a full meal, "like a slave that serves the king while biting on a piece of bread" (Rashi, Bamidbar ibid.) In order not to diffuse the Jews' joy of receiving the Torah, Hashem did not punish the elders of the Sanhedrin until this week's Parasha, after they had left Mt. Sinai on their trek towards the land of Israel.
Evidence that this was indeed the role of the 70 elders chosen in this Parasha can be gleaned from the Torah's description of how authority was bestowed upon them: "I will extend (Hebrew root: Atzal) the spirit of prophecy that is upon you...." When the Sanhedrin climbed Mt. Sinai to experience the Divine Presence, they were called "Atzilei" -- that is, the spirit of prophecy that was on Moshe *extended* upon them as well. Now that spirit would be extended to be placed upon others.
Although this explanation makes it obvious why 70 elders, and no more, were chosen for this experience, one early commentator (Moshav Zekeinim) points out that there was another factor that limited the number of "prophets" that Moshe appointed.
Moshe could only "extend" his source of prophecy to encompass the other elders while they stood with him "surrounding the Mishkhan" (11:24). The dimensions of the Mishkhan were 30 x 10 cubits (Shemot 26:16-23), and a person is generally one cubit wide (Gemara Sukah 7b). If so, exactly thirty elders could line up on either side of the Mishkhan and another ten could stand at its western flank, making a total of 70 elders surrounding the Mishkhan! Moshe stood by himself at the open eastern end of the Mishkhan, so that the Divine spirit that emanated from the Mishkhan would envelop him and extend to the elders.”
So Moses called again to G-d requesting that he once again appoint a new group of 70 elders for the Sanhedrin to replace the prior 70 member Sanhedrin who personally met the G-d of Israel on Shavuot, the 6th and 7th of Sivan. There they received the manifestations of His Divine Spirit upon them.
They were later killed at a place called taveirah, also called tabera (rabble) where the creation of the golden calf came with the dancing and orgies that occurred 40 days after Moshe ascended the mountain. At that time he received the Two Tables of Stone with the Ten Commands, and was delayed as he carried the “Sapphire Tables” engraved by the finger of the Divine down from the mountaintop.
One year after G-d gave the Torah to the Children of Israel at Shavuot on the mount called Sinai and made them the Nation of Israel, the crisis of the complaints of eating the divine food called manna (mon) had gone viral again. The stress of the continuing rebellion of the Children of Israel persisted and now they were clamoring for “flesh” to eat. They were also accusing G-d that their diet of mon (manna) was insufficient. Over 1.2 million Israelites with many sectors of the camp of Israel becoming hot-beds of sedition was becoming too great burden to Moshe their humble redeemer.
Rebellion against Moshe and Aharon was now imminent. So HaShem said through Moshe to the complainers who protested that their provisions of food was not adequate:
Bambidar (Numbers) 11:18 – “To the people you shall say, ‘Prepare (Sanctify) yourselves for tomorrow and you shall eat meat, for you have wept in the ears of HaShem, saying; who will feed us meat?....
So HaShem will give you meat and you will eat, not one day shall you eat, nor two days, nor five days, nor ten days, nor twenty days. Until an entire month of days until it comes out of your nose, and becomes nauseating to you, because you have rejected HaShem Who is in your midst…”
Yet, the accusation against Moshe and G-d was spurious. This fact was most evident when the real truth was that the tribes of Gad and Reuben had enormous flocks of cattle, sheep and goats, enough for the entire tribes of the Hebrew Nation. Even more galling was the fact that they begged return to Egyptian slavery rather than having to fear in awe of the Divine Presence of the Almighty One of Israel.
So the G-d of Israel instructed Moses to once again gather 72 men before the Tabernacle of the Dwelling that included 6 men from each of the 12 tribes, a total of 72, but not to include any from the tribe of Levi. Also, according to the Chumash, G-d told Moses to select the men from the foremen who had been their taskmasters in Egypt. When the Pharaoh of Egypt ordered the foremen to punish the Israelites, they took the punishment themselves and deserved to be elevated to high positions of authority.
One year after the giving of the Torah and the Ten Commandments on Sinai, this time again on Shavuot, hordes of quail were flying in from the east on the same day that the new Sanhedrin of 70 was preparing to be nominated by ballot; two of which would receive a blank ballot and not be included, by the will of the Almighty One of Israel.
Two of the 72, Eldad and Meidad had decided in their humility that they were not worthy to be a part of such an august group of Israelite leaders so they stayed back in the camp of the 12 tribes.
This time, when the spirit of prophecy did come down, through Moses, and filled the 70 elders, back in the camp the “spirit of prophecy” also came down upon Eldad and Meidad as they also received the Ruach HaKodesh where they were praying back in their tents.
The lottery was never needed, for quickly runners from each of the camps ran towards the Tabernacle of the Dwelling (of the Shekinah Glory) heralding the fact that Eldad and Meidad had also been chosen by HaShem to be “one of the seventy” but were also chosen to receive the “Gift of Prophecy”.
These facts precluded that Eldad and Meidad were not only “chosen ones” to sit in the Sanhedrin but also that they were both chosen to be prophets of Israel, and something more special happened for their prophecies were not only focused on their present day but would also be focused upon the guela, the final days of redemption of Klal Yisrael (All 12-Tribed Israel) at the “end of days.”
What was also highlighted is the fact that some in the camp of Israel were making preparation of sanctifying their bodies in preparation for Shavuot on the second year after the Passover Exodus. They also were preparing for the Spirit of Prophecy to descend down upon them again for part of it was denied to them the prior year during Shavuot.
Yet there would also be menuvals, or reprobates who would who continue to complain and challenge the G-d of Israel. As such they spiritually fell down below the status of Mem Tet Sha'arei Tumah, that is below the below the 49th level of tuma (degradation), where ones morality cannot be salvaged and raised to a higher level of spiritual elevation.
To set Eldad and Meidad apart from the prophecies of prior prophets, was the fact that the prophecies of Eldad and Meidad were not just about what would happen to the future of the Children of Israel at that time, but their prophesies included the entire era of Jewish and Lost Israelite history that would be way far, millenniums later, in the future of both the Jews and the Lost Ten Tribes of the House of Israel.
This scope of these prophesies included the era far into the future, when the milkhemet GogUMagog War (war required by the commandment of the Torah) would occur at the “end of Days” This special type of war did occur during the era of the TaNaKh (Old Testament) when the king of Israel would go to war in order to fulfill something based on or required by the Torah even without the approval of the Sanhedrin, such as war against the Amalekites.
This milkhemet mitzvah was called the “War by commandment” was also differentiated from the milkhemet reshut which was an “authorized war”; a discretionary war fought to expand the territory of the Land of Israel and used also for economic reasons but did have exemption clauses, and as such was required by Jewish law the permission of the Sanhedrim to go to war.
On the other hand, the milkhemet mitzvah involved defensive wars where vital risks on national interest to the Nation of Israel were at risk. GogUMagog will be the last of those wars.
The Prophecies of Eldad and Meidad
What is more interesting is that at the same time that the “Spirit of Prophecy” was being placed upon the 70 elders of the new Sanhedrin, including now the new Prophets; Eldad and Meidad, but what did they prophesy?
The sages of Judah have weighed in upon the prophecies of Eldad and Meidad. They first identify Eldad and Meidad with the two sons of Aaron the High Priest, Nadab and Avihu, who died offering fire before the altar of G-d.
The consensus was that Nadab and Avihu suffered from having a little too much religious fervor, yet with a great desire they sought to achieve Haskel (wisdom) on some of the holiest ideas known to mankind.
- According to the Gemara in Sanhedrin 17a, the prophecy of Eldad was that Moshe (Moses) would die and not enter the Land of Promise and that it would be Moshe’s assistant, Yehoshua (Joshua) that would bring the Nation of Israel into the Promised Land. Many of that era could not comprehend that fact.
- According to the first opinion of the Gemara in Sanhedrin 52a, the prophecy of Eldad and Meidad, Nadab and Avihu were mistaken in thinking that they were more enlightened than Aaron and Moses. They thought that the “wisdom of Torah” they sought would bring about a more enlightened Torah and an enlightened Nation of Israel by their thinking, saying, “When Moshe and Aharon pass on, already, that the two of them could lead the generation of Israelites into the Promised Land.
- It was Eldad and Meidad who both disclaimed the prevailing attitude, “Yes, Moshe will die before entering the Land of Israel," they prophesied…but we will not be the new leaders. Yehoshua, Moshe's faithful student, will take the nation into the Promised Land.”
- In another rabbinic opinion, it was Meidad also gave a prophesy about the quail (slav) coming in overwhelming numbers for an entire month and according to Bamidbar 11:33-34, the “wrath of HaShem” came upon the camp and the lives of the gluttonous ones who used feelings and passions to guide their lives and yet refused to nourish their bodies with the Divine Manna ended up in the “graves of those who craved.”
As such, these Hebrew Nation Israelites had no appreciation of the Holiness of G-d and as such refused to elevate their own spiritual awareness with a yearning to find and understand G-d. Rather, rather the time they spend in the wilderness, a source of spiritual awareness for millions of people throughout the centuries, were so self-centered to their own arrogance and self-centeredness that they refused to rest in peace with the presence of Metatron, the Angel of the Presence of G-d surrounding their lives envelope with seven “clouds.”
Yet, here was the Meta-Archangel, Metatron whose presence was revealed in the seven “clouds” that protected the vast multitude of Israelites. It was he who gave the provisions of spiritual manna for food and provided the waters from the “rolling well” of Miriam discussed by Rashi on Bamidbar 20:2. As the Children of Israel walked upon the “cloud” that protected their pathways and were shaded by the protecting “clouds of glory” during the day, and gave a soothing presence of Light in the night and were always surrounded by the numerous other miracles as noted in Devarim 29:4.
The Prophesies of Futuristic War of GogUMagog by the Prophets Eldad and Meidad.
In the 3rd and final opinion within the Gemara, the Prophets Eldad and Meidad’s prophesies were also visions about a global messianic war over 3,500 years further into their future about king called Gog from the Land of Magog as that were revealed in the prophesies of the Prophet Ezekiel (Ezekiel 38), a thousand years later. This fact was accepted by the Targum Yonatan, that all three of the prophesies of Eldad and Meidad were true prophesies of the distant future that were revealed to them in their day.
According to the Targum Yonatan, more details were elucidated in detail when they described how Almighty One of Israel will destroy Gog and his coalition of nations who will invade the Land of Israel against the free ones living in unwalled villages. Gog and his military coalition will be destroyed by “burning their souls with a fire that will emanate from under HaShem’s “Throne of Glory” yet it will leave their dead bodies intact.
After this august and futuristic supernal event that will be witnessed by all inhabitants around the world, El Shaddai will bring all the righteous ones back to life in a resurrection and will award them their eternal reward.
It was soon afterwards, at Tisha B’AV on the 9th of Av, after the death of those who craved the flesh of meat that the 10 spies that were sent to stake and “spy out” the land of Canaan. This was in preparation for an Israelite invasion to conquer the land of Canaan. If the spies had given a positive and honest report to invade the land of Canaan, and invasion would have occurred during the night of the 10th of Av. According to the Chazal, if the Children of Israel had been prepared to invade the future Land of Israel, they would have destroyed the Amalekites and the land of Canaan would have fallen quickly into the hands of the Israelites.
But that did not happen, for the spies gave a slanted report on the military assets of the enemies in the land and only Joshua and Caleb gave a positive report. At this time, according to Dov Bar Lieb in the article titled, “Meidad’s Prophesy: Texas, the Land of Gogs under Water” in the blogsite “Years of Awe”, we read of the implications as it may affect our lives 3346 years later on the Jewish year of 5775.
Dov Bar Lieb – “From this we see that had we not mourned over nothing that afternoon of Tisha B'Av (when Israel rejected invading Canaan as advocated by the 10 spies) and during that night of the 10th of Av, we would have been immediately given an opportunity to destroy Amaleq once and for all allowing the completion of the Name of HaShem (YHVH) where the Yud and the First Hey had played the main role in the First Redemption from Egypt, the Vav and the Final Hey would have been attached starting on Tisha B'av/ the Tenth of Av 2449.
So is this the year (Jewish year 5775 or 2015) of reversing that Sin, the Sin of the Spies by Tisha B'Av (9th of Av) in order that the Name of HaShem can be complete by Sukkot? Yes, I believe so.
Then in the Jewish year of 5776 (starting with Rosh Hashanah 2015), G-d’s chosen people will continue their business of rectification and restoring that which was lost in the ancient days and make preparation of establishing the beginning of the Era of the Messianic Kingdom by the Tikkun of repairing the Sin of the Golden Calf the following 17th of Tamuz 5776.”
The fasting day of the 17th of Tamuz is a “fast day” from dawn until evening that commemorates five tragic events that occurred on this date:
- Moses broke the tablets when he saw the Jewish people worshipping the Golden Calf.
- During the Babylonian siege of Jerusalem, the Jews were forced to cease offering the daily sacrifices due to the lack of sheep. The Jerusalem Talmud maintains that the 17th of Tammuz was the date when the Babylonians breached the walls of Jerusalem in route to destroying the first Holy Temple on the 9th of Av.
- Apostomos burned the holy Torah.
- An idol was placed in the Holy Temple.
- The walls of Jerusalem were breached by the Romans, in 69 CE, after a lengthy siege. (Three weeks later, after the Jews put up a valiant struggle, the Romans destroyed the second Holy Temple on the 9th of Av.)
The time was now approaching the second year since the Exodus from Egypt. During this time, the first Sanhedrin of 70 elders became lax in their kavod coming from the Hebrew expression of Kol HaKavod or “all of the honor” in the congratulation of doing a job well done. Well they did not do a job well done and soon after that their gift of prophecy faded and their lives were exterminated.
Fateful lessons had to be learned. The redemption of the mistake of Adam and Eve first at Gan Eden at the Tree of Life was repeated again at the mount called Sinai. This time all three million of the Children of Israel were involved in the decision making process.
The rejection of the Divine Manna, the quarreling and dissention of wanting “meat” and the non-appreciation of the traveling “well of Miriam” that gave them a constant supply of heavenly water was not enough to give implicit trust that the G-d of Israel was in charge, and He alone could be trusted.
Now, the Hebrew Nation of Israel repeated the same mistake of Adam and Eve. Once again they did not obey the commands of the Holy One of Israel. They lacked emuna or “faith in the sovereign power of the Almighty One called El Shaddai.
They were not willing to come in teshuvah, that is “return to G-d with repentance” and with His power and grace, have faith that He is capable of doing what He has promised to do.
So Lost Israelites today dwelling in Northern Europe and their colonies in America and beyond are urgently trying to give away the tribal lands of their forefathers to the ancestors of the Philistines and Amalekites for a Palestinian State. They are doing their best effort to destroy the State of Israel, which in its own imperfection is keeping safe the Jewish people and preserving the tribal homelands of the Lost Ten Tribes for their future aliyah.
In the meantime, the Jews and Lost Israelites in America and Europe think that they can repair the breaches and heal the world with their goodness. That is G-d business and not ours. They think that they will be G-d’s emissaries to restore the world to its primordial state. How foolish we are as the Children of G-d.
Repairing the Breach of the Tikkun Olam (Healing the World)
Before all the breeches that can be repaired and restored back to its original primordial state, we must take another look at the meaning of Tikkun Olam. For many Jews it is the mitzvoth of repairing the restoration of the world. What we fail to comprehend, the Jews of the House of Judah and the Lost Ten Tribes of the House of Israel cannot and will not repair and restore the world.
The repairing will be done by the Almighty G-d of Israel with His Shaliach, Metatron the Angel who stands before the Presence of G-d.
The reality is that we are not responsible to save the world, or even to repair it. We have not been called to repair the world of social justice or any other way of using direct actions or imperatives, from our human perspectives.
Rather, we as the Lost Ten Tribes must willingly and openly open our hearts and repair the rift first between the House of Judah and the House of Israel before all of us can be restored back into the House of Jacob. Why? So that the restoration of all the children of the Patriarch Abraham, Isaac and Jacob (Klal Yisrael) may be accomplished in the restoration of All Israel by the Holy and Divine One. So how will be done?
Truly at this moment of time the Lost Ten Tribes of the House of Israel are left on the sidelines. To be a participant in the Tikkun Olam, it is imperative that we begin again to observe the Torah as it was given by the Holy One of Israel at the mount called Sinai. It is imperative for us to join again with Jewish orthodoxy and learn how to conduct ourselves properly, to observe the Mitzvos of HaShem, keep the Ten Commandments which are “commands” of G-d that require imperatives through practice and action of living the right way of life.
We, as Lost 10-Tribers who rebelled against G-d, 3,800 years ago are not capable of repairing all that wrong with the world in the sense of social and political justice. Joining as “social justice advocates” and aligning ourselves with the “anti-settlement movement” in Shomron and Judea is antithetical to the commands of the G-d of Israel to conquer the land of Israel and help make the “Land” holy.
It is also stripping away the rights of restoration to the tribal homeland of the Lost 10 Tribes who once lived in Shomron, Galilee and eastward to the “other side of the Jordan” where the tribes of Reuben, Gad and Manasseh once pastured enormous flocks of cattle, sheep and goats.
If there are imperatives for the Lost Ten Tribes, is that fact that we tore ourselves away from the House of Judah when we rebelled against G-d and refused to worship and participate in the “festivals of the L-rd” at Solomon’s House of God in Jerusalem.
We refused to accept the divinely chosen royal dynasty of Kings David and Solomon as our kings and rulers, refused to accept the divinely chosen priesthood from the House of Zadok and refused to accept the legal guardians of the Torah and the TaNaKh called the Mechoquek to guide us in learning how to live a holy life.
It is time we say, “I’m sorry” to the Jews and then plea to the G-d of Israel to restore us back to being observant Israelites. It is time to learn to respect and honor the sages and the rabbanim of Judah and become advocates of the “restoration of All Israel.”
Our eyes have been opened, for the G-d of Israel has prepared for us His own emissary (shaliach) whom we know as Metatron, the Angel before the Presence of G-d prepared for the soon arrival of the Era of the Messiah, who will be our Melekh HaMaschiach (King Messiah).
You might want to Read the Destination Yisrael Series, titled, “Shiloh, as King Messiah (Melekh HaMashiach)
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Destination Yisrael – “Slowly the Almighty One of Israel is opening the gates of the Supernal Realm surrounding the Throne of G-d. He is revealing to us a mini-vision of our future as we become one with Him in the future Millennium of the Great Shabbat.
The struggles we will have within this era, will be to give up of ourselves, allow humility to become a part of the our lives, for within each us is the sublime message that if we are willing to submit ourselves to His will, the power of the Divine will help us to jump the hurtles into our future.
Then we realize that the Eternal One now reveals to us that the future of our Eternity was given to Metatron, He was the first of creation, the most Exalted Being of the heavenly realms. He was the Vizier to the Holy One of Israel as Vizier like Joseph was to the Pharaoh of old.
Here is a majestic being who is in charge of running the Universes of the Divine. And he was the same being that led the Children of Israel out of Egypt to the mount called Sinai this time as a Pillar of Fire at night and a Cloud to shade the daytime.
Metatron was the “Guide” to Moshe in the Wilderness. It was here where he helped to lead and guide the Great Redeemer of the Children of Israel. Metatron became the Neshama Soul of Moshe in heaven that was connected with the “Indwelling Soul” or the Neshama Soul of Moshe on Planet Earth. As such Moshe, as we also may, kept in constant touch with the Divine One for man, created in the Image of G-d, has always had direct line access with the G-d of Israel.
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