DAAT - meaning knowledge - has a definition of knowledge on the cover and uses the hebrew alphabet and tarot's major arcana - both systems based on 22 archetypes, as keys . Each song corresponds in it's message to Ofer's concept of the letter and the card. It is interesting to note that the song of the letter Peh - the tarot card tower showing a tower struck by lightning and containing a hebrew translation of Leonard Cohen's FUTURE was written before sept 11 making this a prophecy. The album also contains a translation of Dylan's TOMMORROW IS SUCH A LONG TIME (song6)and Paul Simon's 50 ways to leave your Lover has become 70 ways to leave the military - A song that prompted the ban of this album from Israeli Defence forces Radio and it's subsequent denial of anything done by this artist. Ofer regards Dylan Simon and Cohen as 20th century Jewish prophets and in this Album (2000) was beginning his campaign for a weapons free Jerusalem.