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23 Oct. 2022

Having completed the Annual Torah Reading Cycle with all its allegorical pointers towards the pinnacle Final Redemption, this week we begin again reading from Bereisheet (In the Beginning) {Gen. 1:1).

At this time of new beginnings, it is an appropriate moment for us to reflect not just on the Past Tense, i.e. the Creation 6000 years ago, but also on the Future Tense - the Divinely intended completion or perfection of human creation. We should thus consider, in continuation of our recent delving into the metaphoric meanings of the final 7th-month Biblical Festivals and its pointers towards the Final Redemption, where we hopefully could have found ourselves at this time of New Beginnings, in the New Universal Kingdom Dispensation, had the Final Redemption taken place during Sukkot 2022 and had we been elected in the Final Judgment (Yom Kippur).

The first words of the Torah in this week’s Reading from Bereisheet 1:1 provide us an answer: "Bereiseet Bara Elohim." The simple meaning, of course, is "In the beginning God created," and the text goes on to relate the creation story. The Jewish Sages teach that these three words contain our ultimate mission statement (thus, where we hopefully will find ourselves in the New Kingdom} and a concise expression of the very meaning of life.

“Bereisheet,” commonly rendered as "in the beginning of,” can also be read as “the first thing” or “the primary thing." “Bara” means “create,” and can also be rendered as “reveal” because creation is essentially an act of revelation, in that whatever is being created did not previously exist, and thus it has now come into a state of being and awareness. Translating the words this way, and adding the rest of the verse, we find in the very opening of the entire Torah, a clear and simple instruction: “The primary matter and purpose of all is the revelation of God in the heavens and the earth." (Source:, p.38 - )

It is a simple statement, but its implications are deeply profound. When God gave us the Torah, a compendium of His Will and Wisdom, He provided an answer to our most fundamental question - what is the purpose of our lives - right in the opening words. We are here to make the Creator known throughout His creation.

In order to do so, we must first train ourselves to see God in every aspect of existence - this is the ultimate intent of our Torah learning, our meditative prayer, and our performance of daily Mitzvot (Torah Commandments) - and then we must share that recognition with the rest of the world. Ref. the Haftarah Reading for this week - Isaiah 42:5 – 43:10. This is what we will be judged on in the Final Judgment in order to be Divinely elected for citizenship of His New and Eternal Universal Kingdom. The matter goes even much deeper, as we will point out in this Review. Our Haftarah Bereisheet also clearly defines this blessed qualification that we face.

Created in His Image
“BeTzelem” - created in HIS Image is the acronym for that which Moses commanded us. This hints to us that we must honor our fellow human beings because they are, after all, in His Image, and in honoring even unworthy folk, to a degree, we honour our Creator. Even with sin; even when people degenerate, fall, tumble down - still, their Tzelem Elohim is still there. So even if it gets obscured over with some dirt, nevertheless, sin can't bust, break, or disintegrate the Etzum, the essence of our very existence and creation. (Observation by Rabbi Avraham Feld).

The Talmud tells us that the history of mankind comprises six eras of one thousand years each – six days of Creation, the 7th to be the Shabbat Millennium of the Creator’s Kingdom of Peace. By this account, we entered the sixth and final day of history with the year 5001 by the Jewish calendar—corresponding to the autumn of the year 1240 on the Gregorian calendar. (

According to our six-millennium paradigm, this review by Chabad points out that we are now in the early afternoon before Shabbat – the 7th Millennium. The tradition is that before that “day of serenity” when time beyond time enters, we must first pass through the Messianic Period. This Chabad article goes into great detail about this 6th day of Creation – the creation of mankind “made in the image of God”. Notice how this article, quoting the interpretations of this 6th Day by great Jewish Sages, goes into great detail which includes ALL of humanity and not only Jews.

What is supposed to happen in the 7th millennium, after the Final Redemption?

A whole slew of things. But the central theme of that era is, as Maimonides writes, that “the only occupation of the entire world will be just to know God.” Read that as: every occupation of this World will be a way of discovering the Creator of this World within His World, by His creatures - i.e. discovery of the Creator within His creation.
The Talmud puts it this way: the six millennia of time lead toward “a day that is entirely rest and serenity for Eternal Life.” This Chabad article presents a chart of the sixth millennium, reflecting the following equal-time stages of the final Day of Creation:
  • Nightfall: 1240 CE
  • Midnight: 1490 CE
  • Dawn: 1740 CE
  • Sunrise: 1790 CE
  • Noon: 1990 CE
  • - and we are now in the afternoon hours before Shabbat
It then reviews the amazing development of mankind (technologically, scientifically, politically, and religiously) thru these ages, from midnight to sunrise, The review acknowledges the part that all humanity played in this re-awakening process and development towards knowing God. The ultimate stage will then be reached in the Shabbat Millennium when the Creator has revealed and will be acknowledged for His Oneness.

This revelationary enlightenment about the Oneness of God confirms the controversial conclusions that we have reached in our Kol Hator commentaries on the weekly Bible Readings over the last year, especially:
This Chabad Review also acknowledges the awakening amongst non-Jews (in Christianity) towards the dawning of and the sunrise on the "6th Day", towards the restoration of Torah principles as proclaimed by Judaism. Unfortunately, most Jews are oblivious to the part that the Gentiles play in the Final Redemption (as also so clearly included in the Divine Blessing of Abraham). This Torah Restoration and Awakening amongst the nations in the after “midnight” hours of the 6th millennium is also dealt with in a special chapter of our Kol Hator publication “Jewish Secrets Hidden in the New Testament – The Growing Global Torah Revolution.” A copy of that chapter is available here:
The Historic development of the Redemption

We can only superficially touch on some of the many revelationary aspects of this futuristic preview of Parashat Bereisheet. To better comprehend this encompassing topic, it is vital that you follow the links to additional explanations by clicking on the blue inks in this review. There are also many additional insights in the 'related articles', which are listed at the foot of every Web Page on this Site.

May these messages assist in promoting the Unity to advance and proceed to the Final Redemption (Geulah} – the Time Period of which it seems that we are now entering towards the end of this 6th Millennium – the Time of Trouble, birth pangs of the Shabbat Millennium with all its Blessings …
Wishing you HaShem’s richest Blessings!

Co-founder, KOL HATOR Vision for the Restoration of the re-united 12-Tribed Kingdom of Israel

This Week's Parashah:

Parashat Bereisheet (‘In the Beginning’).
Genesis 1:1 – 6:8
Haftarah Bereisheet
Isaiah 42:5 - 43:10
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