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The Holocaust was the price of Redemption – See the math !
February 25, 2010, 5:16 am
Filed under: 1/2 of a shekel coin, Amalak, Purim, The Holocaust

 

After the Holocaust one has the right to beg G-d for some answers just to keep from going insane, as how can God allow such cruelty ? Perhaps it is this extenuating circumstance alone along with the years of grueling Jewish suffering at the hand of our twin brother (Esau) that gives us the right to hear an answer that earlier generations could not hope to hear. So let us contemplate. What is the 1/2 of a shekel coin given before purim about ?, How does it relate to the Final Redemption ?

The business deal alone, the transfer of 10,000 kikar silver to Achashvarosh, the King of persia, and the handing over of Achashvarosh’s ring (seal of his authority) to the wicked Haman along with the money to carry out the dirty business of genocide were all done with Achashvarosh’s name missing. This is reflective of the name of god not appearing in the whole book of Ester. This deal was bigger than the story of Purim in the story of Ester. So Achashvarosh’s name here was omitted.

 

Its written in the Bible :

Every thing that opens the womb in all flesh, which they bring to the Lord, whether it is of men or beasts, shall be yours; nevertheless the first born of man shall you surely redeem, and the firstling of unclean beasts shall you redeem. And those who are to be redeemed from a month old shall you redeem, according to your estimation, for the money of five shekels, according to the shekel of the sanctuary, which is twenty gerahs.

(Numbers 18:15-16)

Before the Golden Calf, there was a mitzvah (commandment) for giving a Half shekel with silver coins. The original purpose of this donation was to redeem Josef from the slave owners to whom he had been sold. Yet, since those slave owners were dead at the time the mitzvah was given, the donation was given as a penitence to the Creator’s Mishkan (desert Tabernacle). The ten brother’s who were partners to the sale received a total of 20 dinar one shekel was worth 4 dinar. This means that Josef, Rachel’s first born was sold for 5 shekels. It makes sense that the redemption of every first born after Josef would also be with five silver shekals. Because 10 brothers benefited from the sale, each brother received 5/10 or 1/2 of a shekel from the sale of their brother to the Yishmaelim (Arabs). This was the true original sin of the Jewish people. The day of his sale was the 9th of Av (the day both Temples were distroyed). The silver that is placed in the Temple treasury as a redemption for Josef who was sold into Egypt, is really Josef’s property since he was stolen from himself in the sale. Therefore when the mitzvah ( half shekel) was first introduced to Yisrael, we were being given the tikun (repair) for the sin of the sale of Joseph. In short we were buying 1/11 of ourselves back from the Yishmaelim (Arabs), but depositing the money instead in the Treasury of the Mishkan. The calculation is as follows. 600,000 Jews in the desert gave a total of 300,000 shekals. These 300,000 shekals divided by 5 shekals/ Josef = 60,000 Josefs.

Since all 603,550 Jews participated in the Golden Calf, except for Hur and the Levi. No longer would it be possible for the 600,000 Jews at the sin of the Golden Calf to simply donate their with a contrite heart for the sin of selling Josef, purchasing back 1/11th of themselves from slavery. Now all 600,000 would need this pidyon ( 5 shekel-price of redemption) for the sin of the Golden Calf. In order to accomplish this, 6 million would need to give Half a shekel. 6 million would give 1/2 a shekel equaling 3 million shekels. These 3 million shekels would then redeem the 600,000 men who participated in the sin. There would have needed to be at least 12 to 14 million Jews at Sinai to accomplish this task so that the number of Jewish males in the world would add up to 6 million. This possibility of self-redemption from the Sin of the golden calf would need to now wait until the End of Days.

We are told that Moses collected 100 kikar of silver for the 100 Adanim (sockets) holding the Krashim (planks) together for the structure of the Mishkan + 1775 shekel of silver for an assortment of other vessels. Since the 1775 Shekals correspond with the 3550 individuals above 600,000 who gave it, the 100 kikar of silver must have been given by exactly 600,000 Jews. Therefore 300,000 shekel must be equal to 100 kikar. This means that we now have a conversion factor of 3000 shekel per kikar. From this we see that Haman placed 10,000 kikar times 3000 shekal/kikar in the King’s Treasury equaling 30,000,000 shekel of silver. How many Jews did he purchase? 600,000 Jews at the Sin of the golden calf, became like Josef, needing to be redeemed because of the Sin of the golden calf. We remember that Josef was sold for 5 Shekals. Therefore, Haman gave 30 million shekels divided by 5 Shekals/Jew equaling (purchasing) 6 million Jews for slaughter.

 

THE NAME OF THE KING ACHASVAROSH IS NOT TO BE FOUND IN THE TRANSACTION. THE NAME OF GOD IS NOT FOUND IN THE WHOLE MAGGILLA. HAMAN REPRESENTS THE “ACCUSER”

HERE IS THE MAGGILLA HE IS CALLING IN THE “DEBT” FOR THE SIN OF THE GOLDEN CALF

THIS TRANSACTION WAS THE “COST” OF REDEMPTION, FOR THE DEBT OF THE SIN OF THE GOLDEN CALF AS SHOWN ABOVE WAS PAID IN FULL. THIS MADE THE “SLATE CLEAN”, PREPARING FOR THE FINAL REDEMPTION.

The Holocaust makes the Final Redemption not just possible but almost mandatory.

 

THE DEBT WAS PAID IN FULL THE HARD WAY

 

HERE IS THE MATH :

This sin of Golden calf was done by 600,000 souls

600,000 x 5 (shekel) = 3 million shekels

There was needed 6 Million people giving ½  Shekal to redeem the 600,000 who sinned by the Golden calf

Moses got 100 kikar of silver from 600,000 people each gave a ½  Shekal, so

100 Kikar=300,000 Shekals

Haman gave to the King Achasvarosh to kill the Jews 10,000 Kikar of Silver, since we know 100 kikar=300,000

10,000Kikar x 3000 shekals/a Kikar= 30,000,000 Shekals

The 30,000,000 Shekals  that Haman gave gave to the King Achasvarosh to kill the Jews At a redemption rates as it says in the Bible of 5 Shekals a soul bought him 6 million Jews.


Now that Persia-Iran is at it again

It appears this may be the end of the story

 

The Talmud explains, it was the  Half-Shekel — given in the desert that preempted Haman’s attempt to buy the right to destroy the Jewish people of his time.

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The Holocaust was the price of Redemption – See the math !


בס”ד

After the Holocaust one has the right to beg G-d for some answers just to keep from going insane, as how can God allow such cruelty ? Perhaps it is this extenuating circumstance alone along with the years of grueling Jewish suffering at the hand of our twin brother (Esau) that gives us the right to hear an answer that earlier generations could not hope to hear. So let us contemplate. What is the 1/2 of a shekel coin given before purim about ?, How does it relate to the Final Redemption ?

The business deal alone, the transfer of 10,000 kikar silver to Achashvarosh, the King of persia, and the handing over of Achashvarosh’s ring (seal of his authority) to the wicked Haman along with the money to carry out the dirty business of genocide were all done with Achashvarosh’s name missing. This is reflective of the name of god not appearing in the whole book of Ester. This deal was bigger than the story of Purim in the story of Ester. So Achashvarosh’s name here was omitted.

Before the Golden Calf, there was a mitzvah (commandment) for giving a Half shekel with silver coins. The original purpose of this donation was to redeem Josef from the slave owners to whom he had been sold. Yet, since those slave owners were dead at the time the mitzvah was given, the donation was given as a penitence to the Creator’s Mishkan (desert Tabernacle). The ten brother’s who were partners to the sale received a total of 20 dinar one shekel was worth 4 dinar. This means that Josef, Rachel’s first born was sold for 5 shekels. It makes sense that the redemption of every first born after Josef would also be with five silver shekals. Because 10 brothers benefited from the sale, each brother received 5/10 or 1/2 of a shekel from the sale of their brother to the Yishmaelim (Arabs). This was the true original sin of the Jewish people. The day of his sale was the 9th of Av (the day both Temples were distroyed). The silver that is placed in the Temple treasury as a redemption for Josef who was sold into Egypt, is really Josef’s property since he was stolen from himself in the sale. Therefore when the mitzvah ( half shekel) was first introduced to Yisrael, we were being given the tikun (repair) for the sin of the sale of Joseph. In short we were buying 1/11 of ourselves back from the Yishmaelim (Arabs), but depositing the money instead in the Treasury of the Mishkan. The calculation is as follows. 600,000 Jews in the desert gave a total of 300,000 shekals. These 300,000 shekals divided by 5 shekals/ Josef = 60,000 Josefs.

Since all 603,550 Jews participated in the Golden Calf, except for Hur and the Levi. No longer would it be possible for the 600,000 Jews at the sin of the Golden Calf to simply donate their with a contrite heart for the sin of selling Josef, purchasing back 1/11th of themselves from slavery. Now all 600,000 would need this pidyon ( 5 shekel-price of redemption) for the sin of the Golden Calf. In order to accomplish this, 6 million would need to give Half a shekel. 6 million would give 1/2 a shekel equaling 3 million shekels. These 3 million shekels would then redeem the 600,000 men who participated in the sin. There would have needed to be at least 12 to 14 million Jews at Sinai to accomplish this task so that the number of Jewish males in the world would add up to 6 million. This possibility of self-redemption from the Sin of the golden calf would need to now wait until the End of Days.

We are told that Moses collected 100 kikar of silver for the 100 Adanim (sockets) holding the Krashim (planks) together for the structure of the Mishkan + 1775 shekel of silver for an assortment of other vessels. Since the 1775 Shekals correspond with the 3550 individuals above 600,000 who gave it, the 100 kikar of silver must have been given by exactly 600,000 Jews. Therefore 300,000 shekel must be equal to 100 kikar. This means that we now have a conversion factor of 3000 shekel per kikar. From this we see that Haman placed 10,000 kikar times 3000 shekal/kikar in the King’s Treasury equaling 30,000,000 shekel of silver. How many Jews did he purchase? 600,000 Jews at the Sin of the golden calf, became like Josef, needing to be redeemed because of the Sin of the golden calf. We remember that Josef was sold for 5 Shekals. Therefore, Haman gave 30 million shekels divided by 5 Shekals/Jew equaling (purchasing) 6 million Jews for slaughter. The Holocaust makes the Final Redemption not just possible but almost mandatory.

10 Nazi war criminals were hung at Nuremberg, all together as one, just as with Haman’s sons, one of the Nazis, Julius Streicher, called out “Purim Fest 1946!”

9-11 was a warning that this is coming. The Hebrew date of 9-11 was the 23rd of Elul, 7 days before Rosh Hashana. On that day exactly seven days prior to Rosh Hashana in the year of the Great Flood, the dove that was sent out for its second flight, it returned with an olive branch in its beak. Rashi plainly states that the olive branch which does not represent world peace, it does represent total economic dependence on the Hand of G-d (sound familier ?). In the words of the Chofetz Chaim, the third world wide conflagration where Yisrael would be tested in our love for God b’chol meodecha (with all your money) had commenced. Take to heart one of the last teaching of Rabbi Shimon bar Yochi  from Zohar Chadash Tikunim as there  we learn in the last exile God will not send us out from the  host  country of our exile till we take alot of money, like we did before leaving Egypt. So it shall be in the last exile. With this money we will be required to make an offering to God. But the evil inclination will come close seeing all the things God has given them, and will wants these things for himself. The will be the time to run from the devil, the desire of your evil inclination. All who are  strong with their Nashama (Soul of Divine intellect) will guard to be close to God. Then God will cause him to bring these things to serve Him. So don’t die in the plague of darkness take what you have and leave your egypt in haste. Another thing to consider In the Book “‘Meir Eini Chucuchmim” It is written in the name of the “ostrovster Rebbi” , he revealed in 1925 :

” That from the time of creation there are only 3 times the time for saying the blessing of “Kidush HaChamah” (sanctification of the sun, which is said every 28 years when the earth sun cycle is completed, since this solar cycle is calculated on a solar/Lunar calendar it happens on different days of the When Biblical year ) falls on the night of Passover.” the redemption from Egypt occured. The 2nd time was the time of Mordichy and Easter in the Bible, when the redempion of Purim happened which led to the building of the 2nd Temple.  The third and final time shall be this coming Passover of 2009. (at the time Purim happened in Persia with Ester and Mordichy, that year because of the evil decree of Haman Passover was declared a fast day, no matzah was eaten. Then the evil decree of Haman was anulled)

With Mahmoud Ahmadinejad the current President of the Islamic Republic of Iran (Persia-Home of Haman, a decendent of Amalek) calling for the state of Israel to be “wiped off the map” and in pursuit of nuclear weapons maybe the time has come and there will be fulfilled the words of the Torah

“Remember what Amalek did to you by the way, when you came forth out of Egypt. How he met you by the way, and struck at your rear, all who were feeble behind you, when you were faint and weary; and he did not fear Elohe”m. Therefore it shall be, when the Yhv”h Elohech”a has given you rest from all your enemies around, in the land which the Lord your God gives you for an inheritance to possess, that you shall blot out the remembrance of Amalek from under heaven; you shall not forget it. ”

Deuteronomy (25:17-19)