In short, nah....
Mystical interpretations of Hebrew letters may have been popular in the Middle Ages, or in Kabala
, but this is anachronistic. The letters you wrote above are square Aramaic alphabet. But Old Hebrew script was the original script of many OT books. I can't read the Paleohebrew
alphabet, but I don’t need to. Check out these letters in the script from the time of David — compare them to the more modern script — and the (questionable ) interpretation falls apart. (In addition, the first two letters are syllables -- someone forgot to remove the vowels. Halakh
does indeed mean to walk, but the other claims are highly questionable.