The reason I often choose the Hebrew aleph–bet to break down is because I incarnated here as a Jewish female. I was privileged to have parents who made me go to Hebrew school as a child and learn the language. At the time, I disliked attending that school because it required additional time and work on top of my regular school work. The universe puts us wherever we need to be. I would have never thought I’d be cracking codes using these symbols to help decode the matrix.
The Hebrew letter, DALEt is a scRAM-BULLed LEAD. LEAD (L/EL) = Saturn’s metal. DALEt ( ד ) looks like an “L” mirrored and flipped up. L is a representation of Saturn because it’s the 12th letter of the alphabet and 12 is half of the 24 (JuPiter) hours within a day. DALEt | LEAD | L | ד | Saturn | 12
Gimel (“G“/ג) is the 3rd letter of the Hebrew aleph-bet and DALEt (“D“/ד) is the 4th. Gimel = G and Dalet = D —> GoD/ DoG. DALE in Spanish means “go ahead.” The meaning of the Hebrew letter “Dalet” means “door,” “pathway,” “enter,” “entrance,” “MO(O)ve.” When we “move” through an ‘entrance’way, we “go ahead.” The recording artist Pitbull (Pi+bull) recites “DALE …1234, Uno, Dos, Tres, Cuatro” in his song “I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho).” Cuatro is 4 in Spanish. DALEt is the 4th letter of the aleph-bet and also has a gematria value of 4. The (Pi)t bull is a breed of DoG.
In Pitbull‘s, “I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho),” he recites, “You know that S 75 Street BRAZIL?” 7 + 5 = 12. S–>(19) + 7 + 5 = 31/4/Pi. BRAZIL borders ARGENTINA. There’s a type of pit bull terrier called a “DoGo ARGENTINO” that first evolved in ARGENTINA.
Once again, we see how ALL IS conNECKted! 😉
***(R)ORiginal slides by SynchroMiss***