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Unlocking the Mysteries: The 5784 Jewish New Year Prophetic Message


In this exciting broadcast, I will be unlocking the profound mysteries of the 5784 prophetic message using the Hebraic Alphabet and its gematria value to give you

the most in-depth prophetic outlook for this coming Jewish New Year.


We are only just a few weeks away from Rosh Hashanah which is the Jewish New Year and will occur beginning Friday, September 15th – Sunday, September 17th.


We're experiencing two solar eclipses, a US Presidential Election, and significant scandals in the White House involving the Biden Administration. Currently, there are important peace negotiations between Israel and Saudi Arabia that include the Temple Mount, along with a major effort towards a two-state solution for Palestinian statehood. Rumors are circulating about a potential conflict between Israel and Syria in the north. Moreover, an intense hurricane season is already underway. Clearly, this year is set to be quite eventful with a lot going on.


The Hebrew alphabet is comprised of 22 letters which are also numbers. Each letter or number is represented by a numerical or gematria value and is represented by a pictograph or picture which also tells a story in itself.





The pictograph for Dalet looks something like a closed (hanging) tent door, whereas the classical Hebrew script (ketav Ashurit) is constructed of two lines and a corner point (or overhang) called an "ear." The bent Dalet comes from the shape of the dalet symbolizes a needy person who is bent over


Dalah which means to draw out or impoverish, and the word dalut means poor or impoverished.


Dalet is the 4the letter in the Hebrew alphabet and has a numeric value of 4 and is the Hebrew letter for the word door.


The root word for Dalet comes from the word dal also means door but can have other meanings. It can mean "a back-and-forth movement" as one goes back and forth through the tent through the door. It can mean "dangle" as the tent door dangled down from a roof pole of the tent. It can also mean weak or poor as one who dangles the head down.


Interestingly, many are unaware that the name "Biden" in Hebrew translates to "Dan." In Hebrew, the name "Dan" signifies "judge."


In Genesis 49:16-17, there's a prophecy by Jacob concerning the Tribe of Dan:

"Dan will bring justice to his people as one of the tribes of Israel. Dan will be like a snake by the roadside, a viper along the path, that bites the horse's heels and causes its rider to fall backward." (Genesis 49:16-17)


Currently, a significant investigation into Biden is unfolding in the US, focusing on allegations of bribery, money laundering, and racketeering. It's intriguing to consider that Biden could potentially embody a symbolic representation of judgment for the nation, given the circumstances.


Furthermore, the term "Dalet" serves as a prefix in Aramaic, the language of the Talmud, functioning as a preposition meaning "that," "which," "from," or "of." A preposition is used before a noun, pronoun, or noun phrase to indicate a direction, time, place, location, or spatial relationship, or to introduce an object.


The year 5784 might serve as a prepositional year, possibly introducing or marking significant events that are yet to come—a precursor to major occurrences on the horizon.


According to Jewish traditions and customs, this letter symbolizes lowliness and the consciousness of possessing nothing of one's own. As a door, Dalet also symbolically represents the choice to open ourselves to hope or to remain closed off and alienated. The corner point represents the concept of bitul or spiritual self-nullification. Practice of bitul leads to humility, the doorway to God's house, which is attained by the technique known as devekut, cleaving or clinging to God:


Interestingly, Yeshua the Mashiach, of course, was of the tribe of Judah, the name for the tribe

(yehudah) contains every letter of the Sacred Name

except for the letter Dalet, suggesting that the door to the LORD would come through Judah.


5784 could also very well be a year that that symbolizes that doorway entering into the messianic age with the return of Jesus as Revelation 3:20 which says,


Behold, I stand at the door, and knock: if any man hear my voice, and open the door, I will come in to him, and will sup with him, and he with me"


This number is also prophetically symbolized in the Bible to literally mark the anointed times and seasons.


This number holds a prophetic significance in the Bible, serving to mark important times and seasons.

Consider this: despite God's command to let there be light on the first day, the light wasn't from the sun or the moon. It's revealed in Genesis 1:14-19 that the sun and moon were created on the fourth day.


Surprisingly, God created plant life and vegetation on the third day, preceding the sun and moon's creation. The moon's gravitational pull shapes tides, climate, weather, and rain. Absent the moon, there are no tides, and without tides, climate and rain are affected as they regulate water temperatures between hemispheres. Thus, there was no rain. Even Genesis 2:3 highlights that rain had not yet appeared; instead, God used mist and streams to water the earth. Rain didn't arrive until Noah's flood.

Plants play a role in filtering carbon dioxide and generating oxygen. Hence, sea life and birds emerged on the fifth day.



Crucially, the sun and moon dictate time, including hours, seasons, and months. Genesis 1:14 underscores their creation to signify significant events, seasons, and festivals. Time, as we comprehend it today, commenced only on the fourth day, so this number symbolizes time.


Additionally, the number holds significance in symbolizing direction. Navigation relies on the sun and moon to determine direction.


We're now dealing with time, marking times and seasons, direction, and discernment.

In 5784, two major solar eclipses are anticipated. The last significant solar eclipse in the United States occurred seven years ago on August 21, 2017. These three eclipses collectively carry a symbolic prophetic warning for the US.




The Hebrew word for "signs" in Genesis 1:14 is "oth." This term originates from the root word "ooth" (H225), which means "to consent."


"Ooth" comprises three Hebrew letters: aleph, vav, and tav.


Aleph symbolizes power and strength, like an ox head.


Vav signifies a tent peg, denoting securing or hooking.


Tav represents crossed sticks to mark or signal.


Together, they evoke the image of a plowman guiding an ox harnessed to a plow, aiming for a distant landmark on the horizon to maintain a straight furrow. "Consent" originates from covenant-making, where parties agree on a destination, akin to an ox reaching a landmark when plowing. A "sign" originates from covenant marking, serving as a reminder for both parties.




When you overlay the paths of totality for all three eclipses on a map and compare them with Hebrew letters, you get Aleph, Tav, and Vav, spelling "sign." Aleph is the first letter, while Tav is the last, symbolizing both the beginning and end, akin to God being the first and last.


Tav holds profound meaning: the eclipse paths of 2017 and 2024 intersect, resembling the Tav letter, which signifies marking or signing. Tav appears twice in the Bible; notably in Ezekiel 9, where it marks those mourning over sins in the 1st Jewish Temple before Babylon's destruction.


This marking context is tied to the Exodus Passover tale and the Mark of the Beast in Revelation 13.

The Hebrew letter Vav carries a numerical value of 6, representing man and connecting to the Mark of the Beast.


With these eclipse signs intertwined, we witness the beginning and end, marking, and the sign of man over the nation. These powerful signs can carry multiple meanings, potentially indicating the nation's marked conclusion, addressing its idolatry and sin, and involving events related to the land of Israel and God's covenant with His people, the Jewish people.


Currently, there are significant talks between Israel and Saudi Arabia about a peace agreement based on the Abraham Accords.


However, there's a challenge with the Abraham Accords. Its specific language emphasizes Israel's borders before 1967 and promotes a two-state solution with the Palestinians. This stance undermines Israel's sovereignty and prevents it from annexing additional settlements in the West Bank and the Golan Heights.


According to the books of Daniel, Joel, and Zachariah, a key trigger for judgment on nations and the tribulation period is the division of Israel's land and the dispersal of the Jewish people.


In 2017, during the Trump administration, the United States nearly succeeded in dividing the land with the peace-to-prosperity plan. If not for the intervention of Muslim nations and the UN, we'd be three and a half years into the tribulation period now.


This is why I think God allowed Trump's removal from office and the political challenges he faced. If Trump had acknowledged and repented for the plan, his presidency might have been restored for a second term, but that didn't happen.


Compounding the issue, a majority of Trump's evangelical board, including over 70 prominent pastoral and evangelical leaders, endorsed the plan without caution against dividing the land.

I believe this marked a turning point indicating the end of the church age.


We're now in a transitional phase where global attention shifts to the Middle East, Israel, and Jerusalem. The Bible highlights Jerusalem as a primary factor in the upcoming Gog and Magog war.


In summary, in the year 5784, the year of the dalet, there's a signal of significant transformation and transition ahead. This sets the stage for the world moving toward the end times. We're stepping through the "dalet" door, encountering both the truth of the gospel message of Christ and the potential for blessings and anointing as we seek to follow God's word and will during this remarkable time.

Massive upheavals are anticipated in nations, particularly the United States, all with the ultimate purpose of preparing the way for the return of Jesus the Messiah.

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