2020: the meaning of the Resh in Hebrew

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The Eleventh Hebrew Letter is the Kaf (כ) with a numeric value of twenty (20), It is the pictograph of an open hand or container. As a suffix, it shows possession or ownership. An open hand is one that receives, or in Hebrew kabbalah.

In Jewish mysticism (or kabbalah) it depicts both sides of the number eleven, a duality — with the Hebrew numeric value of 20.

Kaf: Numeric value of 20, and the 11th letter of the Hebrew alphabet.

The number eleven can and often does symbolize disorder, chaos and judgment. In the Bible the number 11 is used twenty-four times.

The Hebrew alphabet, “Alef-Bet”, is comprised of 22 letters; or 11:11.

Hebrew Alef-Bet. The “Alphabet” of (ancient pre-Canaanite) Hebrew reads from right to left.

The “Kaf” in Hebrew has a numerical value of twenty (20) and is the eleventh (11th) letter of the Hebrew Alef-Bet. This is likened unto the 11th hour; as one might see an 11:11 on their clocks as a duality similar to 20/20.

Eleven comes after 10 (which represents law and responsibility), and the number eleven (11) represents the opposite — irresponsibility of breaking the Law; thereby bringing disorder and judgment.

In Genesis 11, men rebelled against God and built the tower of Babel. He judged them by confusing their language, resulting in chaos.

Beneath is the Kaf as its pre-Canaanite symbol.  It takes the form of an open palm. Often thought to on one end protect from the “evil eye”; or conversely, to possess the evil eye.

Moreover, Eleven can mean the time of the outsider. It can also mean a time of disorder, disorganization, incomplete and lack, as it is one short of the number Twelve (12). Or, conversely, a time leading to grand excess.

The time period of Joseph in Egypt led to “grand excess” of Egypt, and Joseph was the one missing from the 12 sons of Israel. The disciples were not complete without the 12th.

It was the excess of the prosper of Egypt that led to the “Golden Age” of Egypt; but also the grandness of its wickedness and slavery which would require a deliverer and an Exodus.

Eleven, just as Joseph was the one of dreams and prosper even for the wicked, was betrayed by his eleven brothers; thus, the number 11 carries with it: conspiracy, betrayal, idolatry, bribery, and rebellion ~ leading only then to heavenly authority.

So, 11 (11:11) is indeed a duality. The left and right of two hands ~ one up, one down.

While eleven does deal with the prophetic realm, it has on its other end the counterfeit of divination.  And, divination is doing what is “right in one’s own eyes.” It is action based on “what I feel,” not “what is written.” Thus, it is highly associated with the spirit of antichrist.

In Daniel 7, a “little horn” arises from the ten horns of the terrible fourth beast, making it the 11th horn. According to Daniel, this man and the spirit of the antichrist seeks to CHANGE the times and law.

The spirit of Joseph, means the Lord wants to add, to increase, a time of great harvest brought through a time of struggle, chaos, lack and loss; yet in the midst there were those (even a few) listening to God in places of authority and power.

This brings up quite naturally to the Hebrew Resh. In its ancient pre-Canaanite form it looks a little perhaps like Donald Trump, the leader of the United States and the free world in the year of 2020.

The Hebrew Resh is the twentieth (20) letter of the Hebrew Alef-Bet with a numeric value of 200.

Twenty (20) is twice ten — a double portion — and can, at times, mean a complete or perfect waiting period.

For 20 years Jacob (whose name was changed to Israel) waited to get possession of his wives and property, and to be freed from the controls, mis-financial dealings, trickery and deceptions of Laban his father-in-law (Genesis 31:38 – 41).

It should be noted the two wives of Jacob (Israel); Rachel was the “pretty one” that Jacob desired most. She was the mother of Joseph. Rachel represents Israel.

With Rachel, Jacob worked the hardest – she was the least easy to please, she nearly got him killed, she required the most work even at the onset, she loved and hid her idols — and it required and act of God Himself to bring forth the child of dreams, Joseph. The one through which the “salvation” for the other 11 ultimately would come.

On the other side, you had Leah — the “less pretty one.” Leah represents the church.

Leah was the most fruitful, having 11 sons. She cost the least work at the onset and sought always to please and be with Jacob. She was grafted into Jacob’s life.

Yet, without both — you do not have the complete set of Twelve (12).

The Resh, with the numeric value of 200, means “head man” or “God man” — the leader.” It is a defender of Israel and Zion.

Now, there is a difference in the meaning between the Resh in modern Hebrew an ancient pre-Canaanite Hebrew. Another duality of light and dark.

Whereas, the ancient version of the Resh, looking perhaps a little like an ancient sketch of Donald Trump, meaning head man, leader or God-man; the modern version, seen beneath, is faceless, or a spirit of concealing the face.

So, the Resh is a duality. On one end of the 20 the Resh is a leader with a very defined and bold face. It represents straightforwardness, law and order, and righteousness. Again, it is a strong face of the defense of Zion.

On, the other end, in the modern Hebrew or modern age — it is a spirit that wishes to remove the face of righteousness, bold leadership, and law in order. The modern Resh represents a spirit of wickedness that conceals its face. It also has a hollow head; no substance, only its own self serving wicked desires. It is fixated on removing the face of righteous leadership — it is leadership which hides its true face, and deeds.

So, the Resh on one end is the face of righteousness; on the other end, the faceless war against righteousness.

But, if we took one step back, we would arrive at the strange 19th letter of the Hebrew Alef-Bet; the Qof. The Qof is the Hebrew letter from which we derive the modern English letter: Q.

The Hebrew letter Qof. It is the 19th letter of Hebrew, just as our English letter “Q” is the 17th letter.

The Qof in ancient Hebrew looks a little like an ancient drawing of a ufo. In Hebrew, Qof means monkey — or a silly thing that is misunderstood, but may have both light and dark intentions. More specifically, a creature which resembles a human but is purely animalistic. Another strange duality.

None-the-less, it is a perfect 100, a perfect mathematical square of ten.

In its modern form, seen beneath, the Qof is comprised of two parts.

Qof in Hebrew.

The letter Qof in modern form is literally a spirit of modern faceless Resh (wickedness) hovering above Zion.

It is comprised of a Zion and a Resh; that unique combination of letters (equalling our modern “Q”) means taking a step out of an (11th) hour of wickedness. That is literally its meaning.

Additionally, if I read the two letters one way it makes the word “Zar”; which means strange. If I flip the letters the other way, it makes the word “Raz” — meaning mysteries and secrets.

In short, the Hebrew “Q” means the hours of “strange mysteries and secrets.”

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