The Parting of The Red Sea

This Friday night is The 7th day of Pesach (Passover). This is a very auspicious day and it represents both a day of separation and confluence.

Perhaps the most remarkable aspect of Kabbalah is its long-hidden connection to the Bible. Kabbalah sees the Bible as code. It’s a cryptogram. A prime example of a highly charged, encoded story in the Bible is the account of Moses and the Israelites parting the Red Sea.

The story of the Red Sea happened some 3400 years ago. Six hundred thousand Israelites are stranded on the banks of The Red Sea. Pharaoh and the ferocious Egyptian army are in hot pursuit of The Israelites determined on killing those who resist and returning the rest to slavery. The Israelites are cornered. They either drown in the sea or face the Pharaoh’s chariots. It’s not much in the way of options.

Do you feel like the Israelites? What is your Red Sea? What is chasing you down?

According to Kabbalah , a tremendously powerful technology is encoded and concealed inside the story of the Red Sea. You will find it in Exodus, Chapter 14. Three verses tell the story – 19, 20 and 21. – and each verse contains 72 letters. The letters in these verses make up the 72 names of God.

72 Names of God

The Israelites called out to God for help. God replied, “Why are you calling out to me?” The 72 names is the technology Moses and the Israelites used to part The Red Sea.

If this piques your curiosity at all then you can dive deeper into it. Here is a video released today by one of my teachers. He is a bit quirky but he lays it out nicely,

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