Moshiach (The Messiah) is the “prototype (as it were) for Adam Rishon” before the sin of the tree of knowledge and the expulsion from Gan Eden. Moshiach comes to rectify that transgression and make tikkun for the sins of the Children of Yisrael in B’midbar (in the wilderness). Adam is an acronym for Aleph= Adam, Dalet= David, Mem Sofit= Moshiach. King David was born in the 2,854th Jewish Year Since Creation of Adam and Chavva (Eve). King David lived for 70 years.
2854 (BCE) + 2854 (JYC)= 5708 (1948).
Israel was declared a sovereign state in 1948. This is the Jewish year 5708. Deuteronomy 30 verse 5 is the 5708th verse of the Bible. Is this coincidence? Deuteronomy 30 verse 5: “And the L-RD thy G-D will bring thee into the land which thy fathers possessed, and thou shalt possess it; and he will do thee good, and multiply thee above thy fathers.”
King David ruled in Hebron for seven years and over all Yisrael for thirty three years. I Kings 2:11 cites the length of the reign of King David: “The days that David reigned over Israel were forty years: seven years in Hebron, and thirty-three years in Jerusalem.”
Add forty (40) years to 1948 and one comes up with 1988. 1988 Likud took control of power in Israeli politics; with Yitzchak Shamir as PM.
Add seven (7) years to 1948 and one comes up with 1955.
13 February – Israel obtains four of the seven Dead Sea scrolls, which had been discovered in the caves in and around the ruins of the ancient settlement of Khirbet Qumran on the northwest shore of the Dead Sea in the Judean Desert.
Add thirty three (33) years to 1948 and one comes up with 1981.
7 June – Operation Opera: Eight Israeli F-16s, escorted by F-15s, attack and severely damage Osirak, an Iraqi nuclear reactor under construction near Baghdad, which Israeli military intelligence maintain was built by the regime of Saddam Hussein for the purpose of plutonium production to further an Iraqi nuclear weapons program. Israeli intelligence also believed that the summer of 1981 would be the last chance to destroy the reactor before it would be loaded with nuclear fuel.
Add Seventy (70) years to 1948 and one comes up with 2018.
July 19 – Israel incorporated in its basic laws a declaration of the country as the “nation-state of the Jewish people.”
1 — Basic Principles
B. The State of Israel is the national home of the Jewish people, in which it fulfills its natural, cultural, religious, and historical right to self-determination.
C. The right to exercise national self-determination in the State of Israel is unique to the Jewish people.
2 — Symbols of the State
A. The name of the state is “Israel”.
B. The state flag is white, with two blue stripes near the edges and a blue Star of David in the center.
C. The state emblem is a seven-branched menorah with olive leaves on both sides and the word “Israel” beneath it.
D. The state anthem is “Hatikvah“.
E. Details regarding state symbols will be determined by the law.
3 — Capital of the State
Jerusalem, complete and united, is the capital of Israel.
4 — Language
A. The state’s language is Hebrew.
B. The Arabic language has a special status in the state; Regulating the use of Arabic in state institutions or by them will be set in law.
C. This clause does not harm the status given to the Arabic language before this law came into effect.
5 — Ingathering of the Exiles
6 — Connection to the Jewish people
A. The state will strive to ensure the safety of the members of the Jewish people and of its citizens in trouble or in captivity due to the fact of their Jewishness or their citizenship.
B. The state shall act within the Diaspora to strengthen the affinity between the state and members of the Jewish people.
7 — Jewish Settlement
A. The state views the development of Jewish settlement as a national value and will act to encourage and promote its establishment and consolidation.
8 — Official Calendar
The Hebrew calendar is the official calendar of the state and alongside it the Gregorian calendar will be used as an official calendar. Use of the Hebrew calendar and the Gregorian calendar will be determined by law.
9 — Independence Day and Memorial Days
A. Independence Day is the official national holiday of the state.
10 — Days of Rest and Sabbath
The Sabbath and the festivals of Israel are the established days of rest in the state; Non-Jews have a right to maintain days of rest on their Sabbaths and festivals; Details of this issue will be determined by law.
11 — Immutability
This Basic Law shall not be amended, unless by another Basic Law passed by a majority of Knesset members.