Torah names Abrahm’s wife in multitude ways: Born as Yiskāh (יסכה) to describe her prophetic foresight, Abrahm, the first Tsionist, called her Sōri (שרי), meaning, “my Queen,” (Malekāh, ملیکه ) or “my Superior,” and “my Tower, my Castle, my Rock” (Saray سرای), as he realized, that her “greater perception,” granted by the ‘Quantum Moral Compass,’ which is referred to as the “sixth sense” – serves as ‘universal’ protection. However, God adjusted her name to Sōrāh (שרה) to demonstrate that she, as a ‘spiritual mother,’ is a role model for all “righteous women.” Nonetheless, Torah calls her “The Women” once she enters “Egypt,” where she was solely identified as a beautiful ‘entity.’ Sayra (سیرا), which is the synonym of Nargis (نرگس), and Malekāh (ملیکه) are all names and attributes of Imam Mahdi’s mother. The reverse avgad Gematria of SORAYYAH (שריה) of 313 is the most fundamental principle relating to the Seven Branch Menorah and Shivat. It also corresponds to Saraswati (सरस्वती), the Hindu “Goddess of Knowledge.” The Gematria of “Yiskāh Sōrāh” (שרה יסכה) is 600 equal to “Tzitzit” (ציצית), which the Hadith defines as one of the signs of Imam Mahdi: “…Qutwani cloaks, akin to a man of Beni Israel” (عَبَاءَتَانِ قَعْوَايَتَانِ ، كَأَنَّهُ مِنْ رِجَالِ بَنِي إِسْرَائِيلَ). However, 600 as the Gematria of the final letter Mem (ם) and the word Eagles (נשרים), refers to the 600 wings of Jibrāʾīl (جبرائيل, Gabriel) that Prophet Muhammad described. On 1938-08-17, the Nazis forced Jewish women to add Sara to their names on all legal documents.