RIVKA

THE ART OF BLESSED MANIPULATION
What are we learning from Biblical females? What is GOD’s messaging to humanity in the coded parable of RIVKA? Why did RIVKA’s manipulation of Isacc go unpunished by her husband or GOD?
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Rivka parable is about manipulation. Don Juravin defines manipulation as making someone do something for you while he/she feels good about it. Stating “I’m thirsty” so a family member would bring you water is manipulation and we like it as an alternative to ordering or forcing, someone to do something.

Rivka (Rebbeca): Plotting, Females, Israel, Foremothers

Rebecca [authentic Biblical name: Rivka רבקה] is the wife of Issac [authentic: Yitzchak יצחק] and the son of Abraham [authentic: Avraham אברהם]. GOD told pregnant Rivka, who was infertile for 20 years, that she has twins in her stomach who will turn into two nations and the younger will serve the elder ויאמר יהוה לה שני גוים בבטנך ושני לאמים ממעיך יפרדו ולאם מלאם יאמץ ורב יעבד צעיר. That defied the rules since the firstborn is always the one to be blessed by the father and assume leadership, it was a rare “prediction.”

Rivka רבקה [English: Rebecca] gave birth to twin boys: the first Esau [authentic: Esav עשו] followed by Jacob [authentic: Yaakov יעקב].

More than 40 years later, Rivka overheard Yizchak telling Esav, the eldest, that he’s about to die and he wants, at dinner time, to give him his birthright blessing (bechora בכורה) pronouncing him the successor, the family’s leader. Rivka, intuitively, acted fast and ordered her younger son, Yaakov to follow her lead and manipulate blind Yizchak into blessing Yaakov instead of Esav with his birthright.

What Can We Learn From Biblical Females?

The first female was Eve [authentic Biblical name is: Chava חוה]. Chava [Eve] set six human precedents. She is (1) the first wise human on earth, (2) the first human to exercise free will, (3) the first entrepreneur, (4) the first to challenge GOD, (5) the first to make a decision on behalf of her family, and (6) the first to deal with a satan.

While most Biblical male figures do all they can to obey GOD’s orders as stated, Biblical women seem to perceive GOD’s orders as “fatherly advice” and they seem to care more about their family and future generations. GOD created the female with the objective of being “help against him (man) עזר כנגדו”. That is, to help and steer the man, also against him, when needed. Also as a sort of a democratic opposition with “checks and balances.”

Holy Land Man concludes that women are a balancing force against men’s decisions as they are more capable to perceive future implications and outcomes. While men tend to perceive females as the “weaker or softer” gender, the actions seen by the first Biblical female figures teach us that the first Biblical women used less force and more tactics of wisdom and manipulations.

What Is Manipulation? Is It Good Or Bad?

Rivka is the second woman in the Bible to manipulate a man on the belief that she knows better, she can better foresee the future, better collaborate with GOD, and perhaps even challenge GOD, at the great risk of self-sacrifice. Both, the first and the second woman, acted for the greater good of their family, generations to come, and humanity. Both women took a chance, exercised their human “free-will” and both were later rewarded by GOD.

We learn from both, Chava [Eve] and Rivka [Rebecca], the art of manipulating for the greater good. In both cases, the outcome was rewarding. Furthermore, neither Yizchak her husband, nor GOD were upset at Rivka. Humans prefer manipulation rather than being ordered; “I’m thirsty” is a form of manipulation that humans prefer over “bring me water.” Saying “please” is a form of manipulation to make the other person feel good about doing something for you. Holy Land Man considers manipulation to be “an act of art much needed for a relationship to be successful” and defines it as “getting what you want while letting the other feel good about it.

How Powerful Is a Blessing?

A blessing is the transfer of set energy from the blesser’s soul to another soul(s). Blessings are possibly subject to GOD’s approval, denial, or empowerment. There are higher souls with more powerful, or authoritative, blessing powers. Blessing is different than a prayer. Despite Yizchak’s powerful blessing, Yaakov had to run for his life and could not exercise his father’s appointment to be the leader. It means that: (1) Blessings don’t take place immediately. (2) The blessed still has to show efforts (hishtadlut השתדלות in Biblical terms) to earn it.

Hope, Patience, Faith, And Due Date

Rivka had a fundamental need and desire to bear children but she couldn’t for 20 long years. The lessons: (1) Don’t take what GOD gave you for granted. (2) Close your eyes and think you don’t have some of the precious things you have in your life. Open your eyes and thank GOD. (3) Trust that the right communication with GOD will eventually bring you the right results. (4) Have faith in GOD to make wishes happen in due time. (5) Many approach GOD and to satisfy most of them, the universe has to align to accommodate all GOD’s approved wishes as they are probably opposing each other (like three bidders wish to win the very same contract). (6) Time has to pass from the first wish or prayer as GOD, and his universe, want to verify that you fully want it and it’s not only a spontaneous desire. A wish that of today may not be so important in few days time, so it only makes sense that the universe should not realign itself for “every whim” one might have. (7) Wish for the end goal rather than a specific outcome since it’s possible that GOD can fulfill your desire in a way you didn’t think about (don’t wish your son to be a doctor but rather a respectful rewarding profession, like a doctor). (8) Think of how many times GOD fulfilled your ultimate desires in a more interesting way than you wished or prayed for (you wanted a very specific job (or dress) and didn’t get it but “somehow” ended up with a more suitable job (or dress)?

code2GOD’s Hidden Message

Code value for Jesus in Ancient Greek [Ιησους] is 888. Code for “blessing 222 ברכ” same as firstborn “bechor בכר 222.” The LORD’s name יהוה is 26. Yaakov 182 יעקב is 7 times LORD 26 יהוה. His father Yitzchak יצחק 208 is 8 times. His father Avraham 248 אברהם is 9 times LORD 26 יהוה. The three patriarchs (Abraham אברהם, Issac יצחק, Jacob יעקב) have 13 letters, same as the four matriarchs (Sarah שרה, Rebecca רבקה, Rachel רחל, Leah לאה).

Together, the seven names have 26 letters, as is the code LORD 26 יהוה. The name ISRAEL ישראל is coded for the initials of the seven patriarchs and matriarchs’ original names, in Hebrew.

Rivka רבקה code is 307 (Pi 1370, full code 1114). Esav 376 עשו married Judith 435 יהודית which means “the Jewish one” or the female version of Judah יהודה (interestingly, predating his birth). Jacob יעקבYaakov is 182 + satan 359 שטן = ISRAEL 541 ישראל (a satan in Biblical Hebrew means merely an obstacle and not a physical demon) meaning: Yaakov plus overcoming the obstacle will make, or become ISRAEL.

RIVKA - GOD's MESSAGING TO HUMANITY

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Genesis 25

22 And the boys were active & playful in her womb, and Rivka wondered about it and requested the audience of the LORD. 23 And the LORD said to her “There are two nations in your stomach, the two will depart from your insides and emerge into two nations; One nation shall be mightier, and the older shall serve the younger.” 24 When her time to give birth arrived, there were twins in her stomach. 25 The first one emerged red and hairy, like a mantle; so they named him Esav [hairy in Hebrew] (Esau in English). 26 Then his brother emerged, holding on to the heel of Esav; so they named him Yaacov [holding someone’s heel in Hebrew] (Jacob in English). And Yitzhak (Isaac in English) was 60 years old when they were born. 27 When the boys grew up, Esav became a skillful hunter, a man of the outdoors; and Yaacov (Jacob) was a simple naive man who stayed in the tents (home). 28 Yitzhak (Isaac) favored Esav because he was a sensual hunter and Rivka (Rebecca in English) loved Yaakov. 29 Yaakov was cooking a stew when Esav came from (working) the field and he was exhausted. 30 And Esav said to Yaakov, “Please feed me from that red stuff for I am exhausted” therefore it was named Edom (red). 31 Yaakov said, “Sell me today your bechora (birthright privileges of the eldest).” 32 Esav said, “I am going to die so what good is my bechora (birthright privileges) to me?” 33 Yaakov said, “Swear to me now.” And Esav swore to him, and sold his bechora birthright privileges to Yaakov. 34 Yaakov then gave Esav bread and lentil stew; he ate and drank, and he stood up and left while Esav disdained the bechora in disregard.

Genesis 26

1 There was a famine in the land – aside from the previous famine that had occurred in the days of Avraham (Abraham) – and Yitzhak went to Avimelech, king of the Philistines, in Grara. 2 And the LORD had appeared to him and said, “Do not go down to Egypt; Inhabitat in the land which I tell you.” 3 “Reside in this land, and I shall be with you and bless you; I will give you and your heirs (described as sperm) all these lands, and I will stand by my oath that I swore to your father Avraham.” 4 “And I will multiply your sperm (heirs) as numerous as the stars in the skies, and I shall give to your heirs all these divine lands, so that all the nations of the earth shall be blessed by your sperm.” 5 Since Avraham did as I requested and what is important to me, following my commands and teachings. 6 So Yitzhak stayed in Grara. 7 When the locals asked him about his wife, he said, “She is my sister,” for he was afraid to say “My wife” since “The men of the place might kill me wanting Rivka (Rebecca) for themselves for she is good looking.” 8 As the days seemed longer (he was bored) to the Abimelech king of the Philistines, he looked out the window, saw Yitzhak (Issac) fondling his wife Rivka. 9 Abimelech sent for Yitzhak and said, “So she is your wife so why then did you say ‘she is my sister’?” Yitzhak said to him “Because I thought I might lose my life and she will be left alone.” 10 Abimelech said, “What have you done to us since one of the people might have lain with your wife, and you would have brought guilt upon us.” 11 Abimelech ordered the entire nation, saying “anyone who touches (hurts) this man or his wife shall be put to death.” 12 Yitzhak sowed in that land and reaped a hundredfold the same year and the LORD blessed him. 13 And the man grew richer and richer until he was very wealthy. 14 He acquired so many flocks and herds, and a large household, that the Philistines envied him. 15 And all the wells which his father’s servants had dug in the days of his father Avraham, were filled up with dirt by the Philistines. 16 And Avimelech said to Yitzhak, “Leave us and go away for you have become far too powerful for us.” 17 So Yitzhak left there and encamped in the water stream of Grara, where he settled. 18 Yitzhak dug anew the wells which had been dug in the days of his father Avraham and which the Philistines calked after Avraham’s death; he named them similar names those his father had given them. 19 And Yitzhak’s servants were digging in the water stream and found there a well of live spring water. 20 And the herdsmen of Grara quarreled with Yitzhak’s herdsmen, saying, “The water is ours” and he named that well Esek (to contend) because they contended with him. 21 And they dug another well which was also fought over so he named it Sitna (rooted from Satan). 22 He migrated from there and dug yet another well and they did not fight over it so he named it Rehovot (wide, ample) saying “Now the LORD has widened for us and we shall be fruitful in this land.” 23 From there he went up to Beher-Shava (dwell of the sworn). 24 And the LORD appeared to him at night and said “I am the GOD of your father Avraham. Fear not, for I am with you, and I will bless you and multiply your sperm for the sake of my servant Avraham.”
25 And he built there an altar and invoked the LORD by name. Yitzhak set his tent there and his servants dug a well. 26 And Avimelech came to him from Grara, with Ahuzzath, (possession in Hebrew) his councilor and Pikol (mouth of all in Hebrew) his army-chief. 27 Yitzhak said to them “Why have you come to me? You hate me and expelled me from your people.” 28 And they said “We evidently saw that the LORD has been with you and we concluded that let it be a sworn covenant between us and let us make a brith (Biblical pact) with you. 29 If you will not do us harm, just as we have not touched to harm you but have always dealt in good faith with you and sent you away peacefully, you now have the blessing of the LORD.” 30 He made for them a feast, and they ate and drank.  31 In the early morning, they exchanged oaths ‘as brothers’. Yitzhak sent them farewell, and they left in peace. 32 That same day Yitzhak’s servants came and told him about the well they had dug, and said to him, “We have found water.” 33 He named it Sheva (seven in Hebrew) after the city Beher-Sheva up to this day. 34 When Esav turned forty years old he took his wife Judith, daughter of Beeri the Hittite, and Basmat daughter of Elon the Hittite; 35 And those women made Yitzhak and Rivka bitter (unhappy).

Genesis 27

1 Yitzhak turned old and his eyes were too dim to see, he called his older son Esav and said to him “my son” and he was answered “here I am.” 2 And he said, “I am old now, and I do not know when is my death day.” 3 “Take your gear, your quiver, and bow, and go to the field and hunt for me.” 4 “Then prepare for me delicious food as I like, and bring it to me to eat, so that I may give you my innermost blessing before I die.” 5 And Rivka has been listening as Yitzhak spoke to his son Esav. Esav had gone to the field to hunt. 6 Rivka said to her son Yaakov (Jacob), I overheard your father speaking to your brother Esav, saying: 7 Hunt for me and prepare for me delicious food for me to eat, and I will bless you in the presence of the LORD, before I die. 8 Now, my son, listen closely as I order you. 9 Go to the flock and fetch me two good young male goats, and I will make of them into a delicious dish for your father, such as he loves. 10 Then take it to your father to eat so he will bless you before he dies. 11 Yaakov said to his mother Rivka “but my brother Esav is a hairy man and I am smooth-skinned.” 12 Maybe my father touches me and I shall appear to him as a trickster and bring upon myself a curse, not a blessing.” 13 But his mother said to him, “Your curse, my son, be upon me. Just do as I say and go fetch them for me.” 14 He got them and brought them to his mother, and his mother prepared a delicious dish such as his father loves. 15 Rivka then took the best clothes at home of her older son Esav and got her younger son Yaakov in them; 16 And she covered his hands and the hairless part of his neck with the skins of the male goat. 17 Then she put in the hands of her son Jacob the delicious dish and the bread that she had prepared. 18 He then went to his father and said “father” and he said “here I am, which of my sons are you?” 19 Yaakov said to his father, “I am Esav, your ‘bechor’ (first-born); I have done as you told me. Sit up and eat of my huntings so that your soul may give me your blessing.” 20 Yitzhak said to his son, “How did you succeed so quickly, my son?” and he said, “because the LORD your God gave me good fortune.” 21 Yitzhak said to Yaakov “come closer that I may feel you, my son—whether you are really my son Esav or not.” 22 So Yaakov drew close to his father Yitzhak, who felt him and said “the voice is the voice of Yaakov, yet the hands are the hands of Esav.” 23 He did not recognize him because his hands were hairy like those of his brother Esav; and so he blessed him. 24 He said “you are my son Esau” and he said “I am.” 25 he said, “serve me and let me eat of my son’s huntings so that my soul will bless you” so he served him and he ate, and he brought him wine and he drank. 26 His father Yitzhak said to him “come close and kiss me, my son”; 27 And he came to him and kissed him and he smelled his clothes and he blessed him, saying, “see the smell of my son is like the smell of the fields that the LORD has blessed.” 28 “God will give you the dew of the skies and the oils of the land and abundance of grain and wine.” 29 “Nations will serve you people of the world will bow to you be master to your brothers, and your mother’s offsprings will bow to you, cursed be they who curse you, blessed they who bless you.” 30 As soon Yitzhak finished to bless Yaakov and Yaakov left the presence of his father Yitzhak and his brother Esav came back from his hunt. 31 He too prepared a dish and brought it to his father. And he said to his father, “Sit up father and eat of his son’s huntings so that your soul will bless me.” 32 And Yitzhak hi father said to him “who are you?” and he said “I am your son, Esav, your first-born.” 33 Yitzhak was greatly dreaded “who was it then that fed me before you came I blessed him and now he must remain blessed.”

RIVKA - THE STORY (Genesis 25-27)

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RIVKA ART original Bible translation by Don Juravin Holy Land Man
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