That he was talking about "ed" is clear, even chrystal clear, from his mentioning of the number of 153 large fish.
Originally Posted by Richard Amiel McGough
The number 153 to be found in the account of the third day, in Genesis 1:12.
Where Genesis 2:5 says "nothing had yet grown", it refers to the third day of the first story of creation.
The same is to be found in Ezekiel 47:10
When the creation of the world was completed on the sixth day, before man was created, no herb of the field had yet grown
. And on the third [day], where it is written:“Let the earth bring forth,” they [the plants] had not yet emerged, but they stood at the entrance of the ground until the sixth day
. And why? Because He had not caused it to rain, because there was no man to work the soil, and no one recognized the benefit of rain, but when man came and understood that they were essential to the world, he prayed for them, and they fell, and the trees and the herbs sprouted. — [from Chul. 60b]
And it will be [a place] beside which fishermen will stand, from Ein-gedi to Ein-eglaim; a place for spreading nets they will be; their fish will be of many kinds, like the fish of the Great Sea, very many.
Ein-gedi , עֵין גֶּדִי, " well 17"
Ein-eglaim, עֵין עֶגְלַיִם , "well 153".
Even it is now also chrystal clear why resurrection took place on the third day ...
I do want to contend also that the saying "I am the Alpha and the Omega" refers to this too
"ayin" , eye, well, name of the 16th letter, coinciding Greek "omikron"
Ein-gedi = Omikron
Ein- eglaim = Omega.