"When the Grid Goes Down" = 223 (English Ordinal)
What You Gonna Do When the Grid Goes Down? is the fifteenth studio album by American political hip hop group Public Enemy. It was released on September 25, 2020 through Def Jam Recordings, making it their first album for the label since 1998's He Got Game.
September 25, 2020
9+25+20+20 = 74
9+25+2+0+2+0 = 38
Fri, 25 September 2020 = 7th of Tishrei, 5781
ז׳ בְּתִשְׁרֵי תשפ״א
Parashat Ha'Azinu (God releases Hell)
Read in the Diaspora on 26 September 2020 (8 Tishrei 5781).
Parashat Ha'Azinu is the 53rd weekly Torah portion in the annual Jewish cycle of Torah reading.
Torah Portion: Deuteronomy 32:1-32:52
Wasting famine, ravaging plague, Deadly pestilence, and fanged beasts Will I let loose against them, With venomous creepers in dust.
Ah! The vine for them is from Sodom, From the vineyards of Gomorrah; The grapes for them are poison, A bitter growth their clusters.
And the reason looking at this album is because 9/25/22 is a shemitah extraction day. The book "The Shemitah" by Jonathan Cohn pointed out some interesting things about the market we didn't know about...Every 7 years is a shemitah year. The day of extraction is Elul 29 when God punishes (the Jews) if they didn't follow the laws by attacking their finances.
So the next "day of extraction" is 9/25/22
Sun, 25 September 2022 = 29th of Elul, 5782
"כ״ט בֶּאֱלוּל תשפ״ב" = 43 (Hebrew Reduction)
"כ״ט בֶּאֱלוּל תשפ״ב" = 115 (Hebrew Ordinal)
"כ״ט בֶּאֱלוּל תשפ״ב" = 880 (Hebrew Gematria)
Erev Rosh Hashana
Parashat Vayeilech 5783 / פרשת וַיֵּלֶךְ
Read in the Diaspora on 1 October 2022 (6 Tishrei 5783).
Parashat Vayeilech is the 52nd weekly Torah portion in the annual Jewish cycle of Torah reading.
Torah Portion: Deuteronomy 31:1-31:30
Notice the verses they're reading are 31:1 like 3/11 and 31:30 like 3/13 just like coronavirus dates 3/11 and 3/13
29th of Elul, 5782 (Elul is 6 or 12)
29+12+57+82 = 180
29+6+57+82 = 174
29+6+5+7+8+2 = 57
29+6+82 = 117
29+12+82 = 123
Shemitah uses the month as 12
2001 was a Shemitah year... 9/11 closed the markets when they opened up on Elul 29 they sold off.
Mon, 17 September 2001 = 29th of Elul, 5761
כ״ט בֶּאֱלוּל תשס״א
Erev Rosh Hashana
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 Bet HaMikdash in the Land of Israel and is 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 or herbs which grow of their own accord and where no watch is kept over them 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. There is little notice of the observance of this year in biblical history and it appears to have been much neglected.
The next Shmita year is 2021-2022 (5782).
Halakhic texts relating to this article
Torah: Exodus 23:10–11, Leviticus 25:2–7 Leviticus 25:20–22 and Deuteronomy 15:1–3.
Mishnah: Shevi'it (tractate)
Jerusalem Talmud: Shevi'it (tractate)