Sunday, July 15, 2018

From the book #Shemitah #911

"Shemitah" = 38 (Full Reduction)
"Shemitah" = 83 (English Ordinal)
"Shemitah" = 47 (Single Reduction)
"Shemitah" = 61 (Reverse Single Reduction)
"Shemitah" = 1555 (Reverse Extended)
"Shemitah" = 44 (Jewish Reduction)
"Shemitah" = 80 (Jewish Ordinal)
"Shemitah" = 251 (Jewish)54th prime
"Shemitah" = 28 (Chaldean)

The sabbath year (shmita Hebrew: שמיטה‬, literally "release") also called the sabbatical year or shǝvi'it (שביעית‬, literally "seventh") is the seventh year of the seven-year agricultural cycle mandated by the Torah for the Land of Israel, and still observed in contemporary Judaism.

During shmita, the land is left to lie fallow and all agricultural activity, including plowing, planting, pruning and harvesting, is forbidden by halakha (Jewish law). Other cultivation techniques (such as watering, fertilizing, weeding, spraying, trimming and mowing) may be performed as a preventive measure only, not to improve the growth of trees or other plants. Additionally, any fruits which grow of their own accord are deemed hefker (ownerless) and may be picked by anyone. A variety of laws also apply to the sale, consumption and disposal of shmita produce. All debts, except those of foreigners, were to be remitted.

Chapter 25 of the Book of Leviticus promises bountiful harvests to those who observe the shmita, and describes its observance as a test of religious faith.

"shmita" = 25 (Full Reduction)
"shmita" = 70 (English Ordinal)
"shmita" = 223 (Primes)
"shmita" = 18 (Chaldean)
"shmita" = 26 (Septenary)

"שמיטה" = 22 (Hebrew Reduction)
"שמיטה" = 58 (Hebrew Ordinal)
"שמיטה" = 364 (Hebrew Gematria)

"release" = 29 (Full Reduction)

"sabbatical year" = 119 (English Ordinal
(9/11 was a Sabbatical year 119/911)
"sabbatical year" = 47 (Full Reduction)

"sabbatical" = 70 (English Ordinal)
"(שביעית" = 18 (Hebrew Reduction)
"(שביעית" = 81 (Hebrew Ordinal)

"seventh" = 93 (English Ordinal)
"seventh" = 33 (Reverse Full Reduction)
"seventh" = 33 (Chaldean)

"seven-year agricultural cycle" = 1307 (Reverse Satanic)
"seven-year agricultural cycle" = 111 (Jewish Reduction)
"seven-year agricultural cycle" = 999 (Primes)

"Jewish law" = 58 (Jewish Reduction)

"Tisha B'av" = 911 (Jewish)

The Book of Lamentations (Hebrew: אֵיכָה‬, ‘Êykhôh, from its incipit meaning "how") is a collection of poetic laments for the destruction of Jerusalem. In the Hebrew Bible it appears in the Ketuvim ("Writings"), beside the Song of Songs, Book of Ruth, Ecclesiastes and the Book of Esther (the Megilloth or "Five Scrolls"), although there is no set order; in the Christian Old Testament it follows the Book of Jeremiah, as the prophet Jeremiah is its traditional author. Jeremiah's authorship is no longer generally accepted, although it is generally accepted that the destruction of Jerusalem by Babylon in 586 BC forms the background to the poems. The book is partly a traditional "city lament" mourning the desertion of the city by God, its destruction, and the ultimate return of the divinity, and partly a funeral dirge in which the bereaved bewails and addresses the dead. The tone is bleak: God does not speak, the degree of suffering is presented as undeserved, and expectations of future redemption are minimal.

The book is traditionally recited on the fast day of Tisha B'Av ("Ninth of Av"), mourning the destruction of both the First Temple and the Second; in Christianity it is traditionally read during Tenebrae of the Holy Triduum.

"Book of Lamentations" = 69 (Jewish Reduction)
"Lamentations" = 44 (Full Reduction)
"Lamentations" = 143 (English Ordinal)

"Ninth of Av" = 1412 (Reverse Extended)
"one four one two" = 1116 (English Sumerian)
"world domination" = 1116 (English Sumerian)

"Av ninth" = 333 (Satanic)
"Av ninth" = 88 (Jewish Ordinal)
"Av nine" = 29 (Full Reduction)

Lamentations consists of five distinct poems, corresponding to its five chapters. The first four are written as acrostics – chapters 1, 2, and 4 each have 22 verses, corresponding to the 22 letters of the Hebrew alphabet, the first lines beginning with the first letter of the alphabet, the second with the second letter, and so on. Chapter 3 has 66 verses, so that each letter begins three lines, and the fifth poem is not acrostic but still has 22 lines. The purpose or function of this form is unknown.

An acrostic is a poem (or other form of writing) in which the first letter (or syllable, or word) of each line (or paragraph, or other recurring feature in the text) spells out a word, message or the alphabet.

The book of lamenations is written in Acrostics.

Acrostics may also be used as a form of steganography, where the author seeks to conceal the message rather than proclaim it. This might be achieved by making the key letters uniform in appearance with the surrounding text, or by aligning the words in such a way that the relationship between the key letters is less obvious. This is referred to as null ciphers in steganography, using the first letter of each word to form a hidden message in an otherwise innocuous text.

First temple fell.....
"five hundred eighty six BC" = 239 (Jewish Ordinal)

"Ninth of Av" = 1412 (Reverse Extended)
"one four one two" = 1116 (English Sumerian)
"world domination" = 1116 (English Sumerian)
"Cabbalah" = 1116 (Reverse English Sumerian)

"Elul twenty ninth" = 69 (Full Reduction)
"Elul twenty ninth" = 222 (English Ordinal)
"Elul twenty ninth" = 214 (Jewish Ordinal)

"29th of Elul" = 47 (Full Reduction)
"29th of Elul" = 42 (Jewish Reduction)
"29th of Elul" = 110 (English Ordinal)

Rosh Hashanah (Hebrew: ראש השנה), (literally "head of the year"), is the Jewish New Year. It is the first of the High Holidays or Yamim Noraim ("Days of Awe"), celebrated ten days before Yom Kippur. Rosh Hashanah is observed on the first two days of Tishrei.

"twenty ninth of Elul" = 2043 (Jewish)

"Rosh Hashana" = 112 (English Ordinal)
"Rosh Hashana= 1110 (Reverse English Sumerian)
"ראש השנה" = 24 (Hebrew Reduction)
"ראש השנה" = 87 (Hebrew Ordinal)
"ראש השנה" = 861 (Hebrew Gematria)

"Days of Awe" = 144 (Reverse Ordinal)

Rosh Hashana celebrated ten days before Yom Kippur 

"ten days later" = 144 (English Ordinal)
"Yom Kippur" = 144 (English Ordinal)

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