Parsha Blog took a look at Rabbi Kaduri's, zt"l, note, and came up with a different opinion...
It seems that the commenter is unfamiliar with kabbalistic practices. Coding in Roshei Teivot of pesukim, together with atbash and albam encoding, is standard kabbalistic practice, for example in amulets. And here, he gets to send an additional message together with the roshei teivot, with meaning besides just the name.
It is thus not strange at all.
Thus, I would conclude that the text of the note is exactly as Mystical Paths reported it.
Read the whole thing, here.
Sunday, February 11, 2007
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