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The 6th month called Elul on the Hebrew calendar, God's calendar stands for Gad who was the seventh son of Jacob born by Zilpah, the maidservant of Leah (Genesis 30:9-11).

According to the Hebrew alphabet letter Gad represents the Hebrew letter called Vav, which means; hook, also this alphabet letter is equivalent to the number 6.

According to the Jewish (Hebrew) studies of kabbalah the zodiac sign of Gad is Virgo or virgin.

In Deuteronomy 33:20-21 Moses blesses Gad being the 6th month on the Hebrew calendar, and this is the prophetic blessing that God gave to this month through Moses.

Deuteronomy 33:20 And of Gad he said: Blessed is he who enlarges Gad; He dwells as a lion, And tears the arm and the crown of his head.
21 He provided the first part for himself, Because a lawgiver's portion was reserved there. He came with the heads of the people; He administered the justice of the LORD, And His judgments with Israel.

Virgo, the virgin, is the zodiac sign for Elul.

Considering the seriousness of the month's activities, it is somewhat surprising that the rabbis did not find an interpretation for the zodiac sign in keeping with its spirit.

The sign is Virgo, the virgin, and the best they could do was state that Israel can be compared to a virgin, presumably because of its purity.

But we can go further and say that the symbol of the virgin fits this month, being the month in which God's people strive to wipe their minds clean from the images that have infiltrated their brain in the past year, so that they may rediscover the innocence they knew.

Elul is a busy month of preparing to be reborn and reunite the vision of your mind with God's image or imagination, Keeping yourself pure and clean for the sake of pleasing your bridegroom (Hamashaic).









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