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In 5778, while searching online for the significance of that specifice year, 5778, which is 3330 years since the Exodus from Egypt and the Giving of the Torah, I found the Kabbalah Secrets website of Ezra Jeffrey Meiliken. On his welcome page he writes, “My teacher is the Admor of Strettin, Rav Abraham Brandwein, whose teachers were his father Rav Yeduda Tzi Brandwein of blessed memory, and his uncle Rav Yehuda Halevi Ashlag (Hasulam) of blessed memory. It was at my teacher behest that I write and publish the books that I have and do this blog.” Meiliken's books, The Genesis Prayer, The Divine Calendar, and There's Nothing Random About The Universe, and his onging Kabbalah Secrets blog posts, are based on revelations from his teachers, and on astounding matheamtical patterns he has discovered in the Torah, in the laws of nature, and in the major events in history, are asounding must reads. For more than 20 years Meiliken predicted Moshiach would arrive in 5778/2018, and has continued this prediction for 5779/2019 and now for 5780-5781/2020. The identity of Moshiach is still not revealed however we are seeing more and more signs of his imminent revelation. 


Inspired by Meiliken's writings and by comments posted by others on Meiliken's Kabbalah Secrets blog, starting in May 2018 I contributed relevant comments and explanations, including a series about the 1000 letters in the three paragraphs of the Shma, together with insights into the Mitzvos, many connections to Holy Names of Hashem, and hints to the coming of Moshiach. To help spread knowledge of these ideas, I am reproducing here links to the Kabbalah Secrets posts that have appeared since I discovered them, together with commens that I contributed, and also occasional replies from Meiliken and from some of the other commenters. Bear in mind however that Meiliken's website has hundreds of posts going back to 2008, while those that are linked here are only go back to mid-2018. Please follow the links to read the original posts and all of the other comments there, and if possible contribute to the discussion and share your feedback.