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Those Chumashim are unfortunately mistaken. All old manuscripts of the Torah have listed that there are 119 verses (see clips from 8 of them here). If you count the Decalogue as 10 verses, as is read in Taam Elyon, then you get 119. Problem solved. (All those Mikraot Gedolot are probably just copying from Daniel Bomberg's edition which has this problem ...


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The students of the Gra had a different system. Maaseh Bereishis corresponds to the first millenium, the rest of Bereishis to the second, Shemos to the third... so that Devarim corresponds to the sixth millennium. There are 10 parshios in Devarim, each describes a different century. By that system, the year of the Vilna Gaon's birth (5480) lines up to ...


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The 210 years of exile are hinted in first seven sentences (Shemot 1:1-7) for there are precisely 210 letters. - Jewish Wisdom in the Numbers, '210'; Rokeach, op. cit. 1:7 3 mentions (Bereshit 46:27, Shemot 1:5, Devarim 10:22) of '70 migrants'. 3 x 70= 210 - Rokeach, Shemot 1:5 If you look at the ה , you can see a 'hidden' י and a ר. The sum of their ...



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