I was sitting at the Rav’s prayers last week, when a girl came up and handed me something.

It’s a prayer to get off the internet.

Something that I’ve been increasingly thinking about, as the 5….G is turned up, and my health has been taking the hit.

(Thank God, I’m doing much better since I began the experiment with the Mineral Miracle Solution, and paid a pidyon to the Rav. More on that another time.)

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I was discussing with a friend yesterday, how ‘different’ life would look like, if the internet would disappear.

And while there is also some fear there – because I write this blog, for example, and I’d probably have to return to a typewriter – there is also a lot of yearning for that.

Even without all the ‘tech’ health issues – which lets be honest, are huge all by themselves – no internet would also mean way fewer opportunities to space out, run away and ‘escape’ from real life.

So then, we’d have to find other things to do like sew, garden, read, learn Torah, do hitbodedut, walk around, actually speak to people again, including our spouses and children, find different hobbies to fill the time.

Again, lots of fear around these thoughts, because we’ve all got so used to zoning out ‘online’, but also lots of hope, for how good life will actually be, once we are through this stage of very tough birur.

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So in the meantime, here is that prayer, with my translation underneath.

Enjoy!

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ENGLISH TRANSLATION:

Ribono shel olam, Who can do anything.

Please strengthen us with deep joy, and that we should no longer look at the internet ever again.

And we should always pray every single word and letter with kavana.

And each and every second, we should just be bound to You, with all 248 of our limbs and 365 of our sinews, with all our nefesh, ruach, neshama, chaya and yehida.

And we should merit to see Eliyahu (52) HaNavi (68), may his memory (233) be for a blessing (47) = 400, face to face, whose eyes (220) were pure (180) = 400.

Please answer, Hashem!

“Remember, Hashem, [to repay] the offspring of Edom, the day of Jerusalem; [to repay] those who say Destroy! Destroy! To it’s very foundation! (Psalms 137)

Please answer, Hashem!

Let us merit to have the intellect of our Holy (415) and Awesome (268) Rabbenu (268) Nachman (148) ben (52) Simcha (353) ben (52) Feigue (94), and to see Eliyahu (52) HaNavi (68), may his memory (233) be for a blessing (47) = 2598, face to face.

And by way of this, we should merit to the verse:

“And to all (86) the tremendous (98) awe (252) and to all (86) the strong (125) hand (19) that (501) Moshe (345) did (375) before the eyes (170) of all (50) of Israel (541) = 2598.

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UPDATE: Thanks to the readers who helped me tidy this prayer up, and also add in gematriot.

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Yesterday afternoon, it got very gusty in Jerusalem.

It’s the kind of wind that signals that something ‘big’ spiritually is going on, and it blew and blew for hours.

I walked down to prayers by the Rav (first time I’d walked down in months and months and months), and I was actually a little cold, even.

The Rav came out half an hour late – and with tremendous koach.

Immediately, everyone in the crowd started clapping and jumping up and down, as part of Rebbe Nachman’s trusted techniques to ‘sweeten’ the harsh judgements.

When I’ve seen that in the past, it’s always been connected to something that the Rav is trying to ‘sweeten’, spiritually.

So, I stood there and jumped and clapped for 10 minutes straight – and then I had to leave to get something to eat with my husband.

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I got home, and a friend called me to do a pidyon nefesh for her on the RavBerland site.

As is happening so very much, the women generally have a much greater intuitive grasp of who the real holy people are, while so many of the men are still sucking up the negative news stories, and working with their ‘logic’ – that is sending them in totally the wrong direction, when it comes to figuring out who the Tzaddik HaDor really is.

So, my friend has to do ‘secret’ pidyonot, where she sends me the money so her husband won’t know it’s going to the ‘cult’ of Shuvu Banim.

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So at 10:30pm, I turned the PC back on – and that’s when I saw the government has apparently, finally collapsed.

Yair Lapid will be our new PM from next week, for 4 months, until elections on October 25th – which takes us up to Rosh Chodesh Cheshvan.

Cheshvan is the month when the world is meant to come and fight with the people of Israel, when the sea is meant to split anew – and when geula is meant to happen.

Trouble is…. we don’t know which ‘Cheshvan’ that’s going to actually be.

But we also know according to the Yalkut Shimoni that Moshiach is meant to be revealed motzae shvit – in the year AFTER the shemitta year.

So, I guess we’ll see what happens.

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Unlike a lot of other people, I don’t think this Bennett / Lapid government is the worst we’ve ever had.

The more corruption we’re uncovering here, on so many fronts, the more I understand that the so-called ‘right-wing’ government of Netanyahu, that contained so-called ‘religious parties’ and their representatives were just as spiritually corrupt, if not more so.

Just they got away with it, because they were posing as ‘right wing’ and ‘religious’.

Netanyahu’s government encouraged all the LGBTQ+++ missionising in the country, and in our schools, and let a ton of pedophiles and xtian missionaries into the country, and the IDF, and everywhere else they could think of.

It pressed the ‘terrorist on’ button, every time they needed a quick ‘war with Gaza’, or a quick ‘Arab uprising’ to shore up their political power and take the public’s mind off their total corruption and incompetence.

And Netanyahu’s government is the one that played a leading role in the Covid 19 plandemic, first taking Israel into a totally OTT harsh lockdown (which the world then copied, on the understanding that ‘Jews in Israel are smart, and know what they are doing) – and then, forcing the Covid shots on everyone.

And of course, how could we forget the murders in Meron, planned and executed on Netanyahu’s watch, and almost certainly with his full permission.

(All extra-judicial killings in Israel have to be signed off by the Prime Minister. He knew exactly what was going on.)

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So, Bennett and Lapid are WAY less scary to me than Netanyahu, and all his corrupt ‘fake religious’ cronies.

Even though Lapid is xtian-friendly, anti-Torah and spiritually corrupt, really he’s just more honest about who he really is, so he’ll ‘fool’ less people, and we’ll be more on-guard that the government is not our friend.

Really?

Every single politician out there is corrupt, and just a ‘pawn’ that wants power so they can fill their own bank accounts with the bribes that continue to flow in from the puppet masters behind the scene.

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Here is what the Rav said, about the government falling:

The Rav said that we conquered Armilus, the government fell apart. (Armilus has 7 heads)

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This is a clue as to who ‘Armilus’ really is.

Armilus doesn’t seem to be one individual person.

‘Armilus’ is the government itself.

If we’ve learnt one thing from the Bennett/Lapid government, it’s that it doesn’t matter who is in power, the evil agendas continue on regardless. You switch out the ‘head’ of the government – and whichever guy you pick at the polls, you get exactly the same evil, just it’s ‘dressed up’ a little differently for the audience, to maintain the illusion of democracy.

‘Armilus’ is the machinery that was set up to ‘lead’ the Jewish community into the abyss.

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We can sit here and debate whether ‘Armilus’ is only the government of the State of Israel, or whether it also extends to all its institutions and Reform-funded NGOs and charidees, and all the corrupt ‘spiritual leaders’ on the frum side of the equation.

It could be that some of those ‘7 heads’ of Armilus are names we’ve never heard of, because they are pulling the strings behind the scenes.

But it’s clear that when the Israeli government itself gets to a stage where it can no longer operate and function, that’s a good sign that the whole ‘Armilus’ structure is about to implode.

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So…. things are getting interesting again.

One last thing: the only politician I’ve ever heard the Rav speak badly of, publically, is Yair Lapid.

And I’ve seen the Rav publically ‘praise’ so many characters that are really bad – the more ‘praise’ he gives them, publically, the more I start checking them out because there’s an inverse relationship between the Rav’s praise, and how yucky they turn out to be, spiritually.

I have the feeling that Yair Lapid is going to be a totally wild card.

That doesn’t mean he’s good. But, it does mean that personally, I think there are still some big surprises in store, as we wind our way down into Motzae Shvit, 5783.

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The next 3-4 months, we just have to hang on.

When you feel overwhelmed, despairing, like you want to give up – start clapping and jumping; start saying more Tikkun Haklalis; start joining the Rav’s prayers at 8:30pm every night, on Ido HaNavi Street, start paying your pidyonot to sweeten the judgements.

And start talking to God, about what is really going on, and what He really wants.

Rebbe Nachman already gave us all the advice we need, for how to get through the next few months.

But it only works if we follow it.

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In case you haven’t noticed, there is an all-out war against marriage going on today.

By ‘marriage’, I mean the holy union of a man and a woman.

I was translating some stuff from Rav Berland yesterday on shalom bayit, which gives the deeper kabbalistic reasons for why marriage and good shalom bayit are the foundations for rectifying our own souls, and the world.

The contrast with what is apparently being taught in Gur, and with all the LGBT123+++whatever stuff was so overwhelming, I decided to post up a big part of it, here.

It’s mind-blowing.

And it really helps us to understand that when these forces are ‘going against’ marriage between husband and wife, AND also ‘going against’ good shalom bayit between a husband and wife – they are truly destroying the world.

Enjoy.

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You can’t serve Hashem if you aren’t married

What was Nadiv and Avihu’s sin? ‘And they sacrificed before Hashem a strange fire’.

Nadav and Avihus were such righteous, holy, pure tzaddikim, that every moment they made was only for the sake of Heaven. How is it, that they ‘sacrificed a strange fire’? And why is this called ‘a strange fire’?

The Zohar says (Parshat Shemini, 37): Says Rabbi Pinchas, every Kohen in the world, each and every Jew, if he isn’t married, or if he’s married and he doesn’t have shalom bayit, if he’s a Kohen, he shouldn’t approach to do his holy service.

It’s not written in the Torah that a Kohen needs to be married, but we’re learning that every Kohen who is not married should not approach to do his holy work. And the same thing is true for everyone.

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The wife of the Maggid of Mezritch passed away in the month of Elul.

So, after Simchat Torah, the Chozeh [of Lublin] sent to the Maggid of Mezritch: None of your prayers ascended. You were without a wife, so you should know that all the prayers you prayed, none of those prayers ascended above.

And this was even though he’d prayed with deep dvekut, as he did each year.

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The woman is malchut

The woman is the sefira of malchut. And the man is called ‘Zeir Anpin’. Zeir Anpin is from the sefira of chochma until the sefira of yesod – these are nine sefirot.

But when a man is without the sefira of malchut, so then nothing ascends above.

Not only that nothing ascends above, rather everything goes to the waste matter, all his mitzvot go to the Sitra Achra (dark side). When a person doesn’t have shalom bayit, it’s the same thing. Everything that he does, everything goes to the Sitra Achra.

All his prayers, all his learning, instead of driving away the evil, everything goes to the Sitra Achra.

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And this is what Rabbenu explains (Lesson 41), that the role of Nadav and Avihu was to drive away the dark side – but they did exactly the opposite. Because if you aren’t married, then the Zohar says: That all their holy work throughout all the years went to the waste matter, and they even strengthened the waste matter.

And it’s the same thing, for anyone who isn’t married, or who doesn’t have shalom bayit. Everything goes to the dark side.

And this is what happens when there is no ‘connection’ between the first nine sefirot, and the sefira of malchut.

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Both sides need to be connected

It’s like when a person takes an electric cord, but he doesn’t plug it into the appliance, so then it’s just a cord, and the appliance also doesn’t work.

In order for the appliance to work, the appliance has to be connected to the two wires: one wire is to introduce the flow of electricity, and the second wire closes the electrical circuit within the appliance – and only like this, can the appliance work.

It’s like a battery, that has a plus end and minus end, cathode and anode, that if the wire from the bulb only touches one side, then it won’t light up. And it’s only when you connect the bulb also to a second wire, that connects it to the second end of the battery, that you’ll close the electrical circuit and the bulb will light up.

And without this, there just won’t be any current. Even if you connect it up to the most awesome 100,000 kilowatt turbine – this won’t help at all.

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If there’s no current, there’s no output

It’s the same principle with a human being.

Man and woman, this is the nine sefirot, plus the sefira of malchut. This is what creates the closed circuit, the current, this creates the circuit that can then perform all the tikkunim within all the sefirot.

And when a person doesn’t join together [with his wife], he doesn’t have a connection, which is to say that he doesn’t have shalom bayit, then he should know that no mitzvot are ascending above.

The malchut is not being communicated with.

And in every place where the ‘male’ and ‘female’ aspects are not both found, a person isn’t making any tikkun (spiritual rectification). The malchut, knesset yisrael, isn’t dwelling between them at all.

And so, HaKadosh Baruch Hu warned, “And with this Aharon should come to the Holy”. What is ‘with this’? It’s referring to the sefira of malchut, that if a person doesn’t have the sefira of malchut, or in other words, if he doesn’t have a wife – then he should know that none of his spiritual endeavors will ascend above.

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The wife fixes everything

So, it’s only when there is a man and his wife; and, when the man descends to the sefira of malchut, and he’s prepared to really connect with the sefira of malchut, that it’s possible to work tikkunim (spiritual rectifications).

And so, if the Kohen HaGadol doesn’t have a wife, it’s forbidden for him to enter the Holy of Holies on Yom Kippur, which is the day which is supposed to rectify the whole year, the day that is going to decide the whole year.

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Doesn’t this explain so much, so awesomely?

And doesn’t it show, that so much of what is going on right now, both within our apparently ‘orthodox’ world and without, is mamash destroying God’s creation, spiritually?

The ‘dark side’ knows how the world really operates much more than we do. And it’s using our spiritual ignorance against us to sow destruction and suffering.

But now we know:

Only the union of a man and a woman, in the holy bond of marriage, can fix the world.

And only when that man and woman are really ‘connecting’ to each other, and have good shalom bayit, does all the rest of their spiritual work – the prayers, Torah learning and mitzvot – start to ‘work’, instead of just going straight to the dark side.

So that is why there is a war against marriage and shalom bayit going on.

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UPDATE:

I had some email correspondence about this piece with someone who was extremely unhappy with the idea that a single man’s mitzvot, Torah learning etc don’t build the world, and just go to the dark side.

So, I wanted to just clarify a few things, here.

First, these statements are not ‘Rav Berland’s ideas or opinions’ – they are firmly sourced in the Zohar and the Gemara, amongst other things.

That’s part of what makes them so powerful.

At the same time, this comes from a book on shalom bayit aimed at men, so it’s coming from the perspective of encouraging people who are already married to work on their shalom bayit.

Also, the Gemara and the Zohar often make very ‘strong statements’ that sound very ‘out there’, but in other places they soften them down, or even contradict themselves. This seems to be how ‘Jewish learning’ is done, and this subject is no different.

Lastly, I asked my husband what he thought, and this is what he sent me:

My own view – for what it’s worth (obviously, it’s not necessarily correct as I don’t have enough knowledge) – is that this is a ‘lav davka’ situation. Meaning what the Rav spoke about is true, from one perspective, but perhaps not the complete picture, as I agree that non-married people can still daven, do mitzvot and generally help rectify the world.
I think the Rav used this Zohar to make a point, but sometimes statements in the Zohar are not so ‘black and white’ and there could well be more to it than just this.
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The Rav argues subjects in a way that is very similar to many of the discussions in the Gemara.

It can take a while to get used to, especially in our ‘black and white’ world where everyone gets so fixated on there being only one ‘right’ way.
If we learn anything from the Gemara, it’s the art of discussing things from every angle, without getting too fixated on there having to be one ‘right’ answer to the question.
So, this piece was brought in the spirit of explaining just why the attack against the sanctity of marriage is so very bad, spiritually.
And it does a great job of doing that.
At the same time, I apologise to any single people who this piece may have upset.
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To celebrate our 25th wedding anniversary, me and the bloke headed off to Mitzpe Ramon.

We were there 25 years ago, just after the ‘Ramon Inn’ first opened, and we thought it would be nice to go back and bring things full circle. One of the things we did all those years ago was take a jeep tour through the Ramon crater, or makhtesh, so we thought to ourselves: lets do that too!

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Our first jeep tour through the crater was with a tour guide I will call ‘Ron’.

He picked us up from the hotel, and first drove us through a couple of the streets of Mitzpe Ramon itself. (Honestly, it really only has a couple of streets…)

There was no planning, in this town, there is no connection between the communities here, he told us, as he drove down one particular street.

Here you have a yeshiva; across the road you have a bunch of Russians, most of whom are xtians. Then, you have a community of Black Hebrews. Then the Chabad house, and across from them, a community of lesbians. We are having a pride parade here on July 1.

How can you have a pride parade in a community as small as Mitzpe Ramon, with its 5,000 residents?

Ron told us: Last year 700 people showed up for it.

We were stunned.

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I learnt some interesting things from Ron.

The interesting things I learnt about the Ramon Crater is that it contained every element required to literally build the State of Israel – which was useful, because Israel was under international sanctions for years and years, and so couldn’t import the stuff required to make basic concrete.

But everything was there, in the Ramon Crater, and up until 2006 when production finally closed down, they’d shovelled out 1 1/2 billion tons of things like gypsum.

Ron also told us that they will never open the Degania dam, no matter how high the Kinneret rises, because if they do that, they will stuff up the potash works operating around the shores of the Dead Sea, which are apparently owned by the Ofer family, and the Chinese.

We’ll probably come back to the Ofers some time soon, they are a big part of the story of who really owns the State of Israel.

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The more interesting stuff that we learnt from Ron is that people like him – staunch secular ‘zionists’, in their 60s and 70s – are totally despairing of what is happening in this country.

Ron told us that he has an only son, and he forbid him from going into a combat unit in the army, after what happened to Elor Azaria.

The only safe way to serve in the army today is behind a desk, he told us. The politicians are corrupt and the judges have ruined everything. I’m sure they are getting bought secret apartments in Miami, or something. If it was up to me, I’d have Smotrich as PM, and Ben Gvir as his deputy. And there are a lot of people like me. I really fear for what is going to be here, in another 10 years. I don’t know what sort of country we will be passing down to our children.

Ron doesn’t like religious people very much, although he likes to quote a lot of Tanach.

And so, he is caught in a very despairing paradigm, where ‘religious people’ are the enemy… but ‘secular people’ are even more the enemy. And the biggest enemy of all, according to Ron, are the Muslims, who he feels are going to take over the whole country, one day, and nothing and no-one can stop them.

I really got the impression that Ron was kind of waiting to die, as his own personal ‘answer’ to what is going on today in Israel…But I digress.

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The following morning, we decided to retrace the route through the crater we’d taken with Ron, in our own little jeep.

We bought it second hand after the first lockdown, as a way to get away into untamed nature, a little, when all the masks and Covid restrictions and horrible police were suffocating me to death.

We’ve been driving it for around two years, and we’ve ‘off roaded’ quite a bit in that time, on less and more challenging routes.

So, I got a detailed map of the crater from the nice lady at the reception desk, that clearly showed all the trails marked, and their degree of difficulty, and we headed off.

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What can I tell you?

Either the map was totally and utterly wrong. And / or the markings showing you where to go where either totally missing, or totally wrong, too.

I’m pretty good at following maps – we don’t have Waze or a satnav, because I have a map book in our car, and a really good sense of direction. But somehow or other, we got totally lost yesterday morning, in the Ramon Crater.

The path we were following, that was meant to be suitable for 4×4 driving, suddenly brought us to a really steep incline, full of dust and boulders. It looked do-able, just about – and I mean, it’s not like they would mark a trail as suitable for 4×4 if it was totally UNSUITABLE for any vehicles except dirt bikes, right?

Not right.

Long story short, half way down, my husband couldn’t get the brakes to ‘catch’ on the dust, and we found ourselves gliding into a boulder. Before we got there, though, Hashem decided we should instead get caught on a big bush, which stopped the car in its tracks, as we kind of dangled sideways.

I was yelling at him to hit the brakes… and when he told me he was hitting the brakes, I knew we had a problem.

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I started clapping my hands furiously, to ‘sweeten the judgements’, as Rabbenu teaches.

I didn’t stop clapping for the next two hours.

Miraculously, my husband managed to restart the car, back it up a little, and to guide it down the rest of that steep dirt pile.

Phewee… now hopefully the trail would even out, some, and go back to being drivable again.

Some hope.

Next we know, we are going up and down some MASSIVE HILLS, all dirt and dust tracks, and each one loomed massive ahead of us, like a mini-Mt Everest.

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After ten minutes of that (I’m still clapping furiously…) , we get to a sign post in the middle of the desert, at the intersection of 4 paths.

And that’s when I realised that the map I had was totally wrong, and that I had no idea where we actually were.

Because while the signposts were saying that the trail we’d just come down was 4×4 suitable, we already knew from experience that was a lie. And I couldn’t even find one of the other locations being signposted on that whole, big map we had of the crater by Mitzpe Ramon.

When you are stuck in the middle of a desert terrain, with massive, huge cliffs everywhere, you can’t just drive around and hope to find your way. It’s dangerous.

At this point, we both started to feel notably anxious.

I redoubled the clapping, and then we decided to ‘go right’, because the Gemara teaches that whenever you don’t know the way, you should ‘go to the right’.

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We drove on really slowly, and then 10 minutes later – a miracle.

Three angels were in a landcruiser just ahead of us, taking measurements for some new electricity pipe thing, in the middle of the desert.

Hey, do you have any idea how we can get back to Route 40 from here? My husband asked them.

Meanwhile, I gave him the map to show them, so at least I could try to get our bearings and figure it out myself, if they couldn’t help us.

One guy looked at the map with a perplexed expression on his face.

Where you are right now isn’t on the map, he told us.

Well, that kind of explained the problem we were having.

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Long story short, they said we should follow them out of the wilderness.

There’s one big incline on the way, but yiyeh beseder, they reassured us.

I told my husband I was just going to keep clapping, until we were finally back on some tarmac. He told me to go right ahead.

At least we probably won’t die in the desert now, I told him. Worst comes to worst, they’ll give us a lift out and we’ll just end up losing the car to the bedouins…

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Twenty minutes later, the ‘big incline’ suddenly loomed into view, and that feeling of anxiety intensified.

It was like a 60-70% incline, up a mountain of dirt.

Totally impossible for us, in our small jeep without a 2.0 engine and totally exaggerated tyres.

Lucky, there was a ‘snake path’ by the side, which meandered from side to side around a bunch of boulders, that lead off down ravines on both sides. That was the ‘easier’ option.

Long story short… our car got stuck half way up, because we didn’t have the revving power of the landcruiser we were following. Yet again, we found ourselves tilted close to a bunch of rocks, seemingly unable to move forward or backwards.

(I’m still clapping furiously….)

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The angels ahead of us stop, and one of them walks back down the hill.

Can I try and drive it up? He asked my husband.

We were only too pleased for him to try, because at that point, we were basically cacking ourselves.

It just doesn’t have the koach to continue up the path, my husband told the guy.

Join the club, I thought.

Somehow, tho, that guy revved the engine through the roof, managed to get it past the small rock that had been holding the car back, and swung it around so that he didn’t go over the side of the ravine, and continued straight up the path.

An open miracle!

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(I’m still clapping….)

We walk up, get back in, and they reassure us that the worst is over.

I’ll believe that when I’m back on Route 40, I whispered to my husband. Let’s never do this again.

Half an hour later, the same thing happens again.

Another very steep incline – but not as drawn out – and again, our small-engined jeep is struggling to find the koach to continue.

Again, the angels ahead stop, again the guy walks back to us, again, he revvs the car through the roof, and somehow manages to get it up the hill.

(I’m still clapping….)

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They turn right on a path clearly marked with a big skull and crossroads, because it goes straight through an army firing zone.

I really hope these guys checked beforehand, that this is an ‘off’ day for the army….

I’m still clapping.

Then we go past a Bedouin encampment, and the road finally starts to resemble more of what we’d got used to, as a regular 4×4 track in Israel.

Route 40 – tarmac!!! – suddenly looms into site, and the angels stop again, to tell us which direction to take, to get back to Jerusalem.

We were miles and miles away from Mitzpe Ramon.

I still can’t understand how we managed to get so totally lost.

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Nothing happens for nothing, and I learnt a lot of important things from this whole episode.

The first thing I learnt is that the deep South of Israel is still very undeveloped, and that ‘off-roading’ there is way more dangerous, partially because of the terrain, but mostly because the paths and tracks just aren’t properly marked, so it’s very easy to take the wrong turns without realising it.

But the main lessons I learnt yesterday, were 100% spiritual, and here’s a rough outline of what I got.

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  1. If you don’t have an accurate description of the terrain, then even if you are ‘following your roadmap’ to a tee, it can still lead you off the edge of a cliff.

The only accurate ‘road map’ is the Torah, which is God’s ‘user manual’ for how to find our way through this labyrinth called ‘life’ in one piece, and to actually get to where we’re headed.

Connected to this, is the idea that you also need ‘guides’ you can really trust, and who are willing to put themselves out for you, in order to help you reach your destination in one piece.

That is the TRUE tzaddikim.

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2. Even when you think you know things, and you’re ‘prepared’ and experienced, God can and will throw you curve-balls where you’ll end up feeling totally lost.

When that happens, don’t start blaming yourself, or your spouse, or your kid, or your friend. No-one makes ‘bad decisions’ on purpose, not even retards. It’s just sometimes, Hashem blinds us to certain things, or kind of ‘fools us’ in to thinking that certain stupid ideas are good and useful.

Hashem is orchestrating everything that happens to us, to a) pay down old spiritual debts (aka ‘tikkun’) and b) get us to develop our emuna, and to pray, and to work on our negative character traits.

And that’s why we sometimes make really bad decisions, or take wrong turns in life.

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3. Clapping away the judgements REALLY, THE HECK WORKS.

We met the three angels 10 minutes after I started clapping, and we met no-one else – at all, the whole time – until we were by the Bedouin village.

Without those three angels, we would probably still be driving around the crater… or worse.

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4. Don’t give up half way.

That was really the main message that came through again, and again and again, yesterday.

It’s true, I really wanted to give up about 3,000 times yesterday.

Hanging off cliffs in the middle of no-where is not really fun. And we were feeling pretty paralysed and ‘stuck’ and scared at various points in our drive.

But if we hadn’t continued inching forward, cautiously, we really would have been in trouble.

So, don’t give up ESPECIALLY when you hit the tough spot. That’s when the prayers and the clapping need to go up, massively – but don’t give up.

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5. We can’t do this by ourselves.

So many people say to me they don’t need a rabbi, they don’t need a spiritual guide.

They have the right roadmap – the Torah.

They have the right ‘vehicle’ – a good brain, good middot, a good spiritual grasp of life.

But the truth is, in our lowly generation – we still can’t do this by ourselves.

The vehicle is good, but it’s simply lacking the strength to drive up some of the mountains we now have before us.

Sometimes, we have to get out of the driving seat – aka ‘throw our brains aside’ – and just let Rabbenu, Rebbe Nachman get that jeep up the hill, or tell us to turn ‘right’ into an army firing zone….

Otherwise, we end up stuck, despairing – or worse.

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6. Appreciate everything.

The last thing I learnt, is how I should mamash appreciate every small, little thing, that God is doing for me.

For example, I spent two hours yesterday really appreciating tarmac.

Now when I drive up hills on the motorway, I’m seeing that whole experience through totally different eyes.

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Am Yisrael is currently still on the ride of our life.

We are still driving through the desert, and up and down cliffs, on our way to geula and moshiach.

There are so many dangers, on all sides.

And there is no ‘safe, easy’ way out of the predicament we are already in.

The parallel is obvious.

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I came back to a couple of messages from my contacts by Rav Berland.

  1. Is that the situation is seriously hotting up again (even though it looks to us like everything is ‘calming down’ at the moment, because it’s the olam hafuch.)

2. Is that the Rav is trying to sweeten things by taking on more bizayon – hello, Channel 13 expose number 258!

3. The Rav is asking people to start saying 7 Tikkun Haklalis a day, until Tu B’Av.

Personally, I don’t know if I can manage 7 a day, but I can certainly manage 3, so that is what I’m aiming for now, BH.

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I know, this has been a long, arduous and exhausting few years.

And it’s not over yet!

So take a breather if you need, but don’t give up in the middle.

The end is looming into sight.

And there’s just a few more Everests to climb until we get there.

Only with God’s help, and by following the advice of the true tzaddikim.

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Yesterday, the Rav wasn’t at the prayers at the ‘Beit HaRav’ on Ido HaNavi.

It turns out that he is back in the hospital again, and needs our prayers.

If you can say 1, 3 or even 7 Tikkun Haklalis, for the refuah shleimah of Rav Eliezer ben Ettia, that would be great.

As I’ve said a million times on this blog, whatever prayers we say for the Rav, we’re really just saying them for ourselves, and for Am Yisrael.

And a lot of prayers are required right now, as the spiritual battle is continuing to rage.

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When I was doing my hitbodedut yesterday night, I suddenly realised how much I take the Rav for granted.

That I can just pop down there, whenever I feel like I need a spiritual shot in the arm, or some chizzuk, and go and join the Rav and his community praying.

The ‘outside shul’ on Ido HaNavi is not pretty.

The community has very little money – and while that is something that is praised and lauded by ‘truth seekers’ when they see impoverished boodhist monks etc etc etc, when we see impoverished holy Jews who have devoted their life to learning Torah, instead of praising that, we just criticise the material ‘lack’.

It’s the olam hafuch, the upside-down world.

So, just as in places like Golders Green and Flatbush, where it looks pretty ‘good’, externally, but feels so dead, spiritually, on Ido HaNavi Street it looks pretty dingy, to be honest.

But you come away just feeling so much happier and uplifted and calm.

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And I also realised how much I take for granted the fact that whenever I hit a big problem, challenge or obstacle, that I just head over to the Rav’s website, pay a pidyon nefesh – and things start to clear up.

Someone told me recently that most people have stopped trying to do a pidyon nefesh with the Rav, because the corrupt court system here have now made it ‘illegal’ for the Rav to be given any money directly, or to do anything connected directly with raising money.

Don’t let that stop you!

Intention is everything here.

If you want to do a pidyon with the Rav, just go to the website HERE, and follow the instructions.

Put in whatever amount you want, state what you want the pidyon for, and then have the emuna that your action of giving the pidyon, all by itself, is enough for things to start moving.

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There are so many spiritual battles raging, right now.

And the Rav and his community are on the frontlines.

So, please make some time to pray for the Rav’s recovery and continued good health.

Consider donating some funds to the Shuvu Banim community, which has been financially decimated by the corrupt, Frankist State of Israel.

And please take advantage of praying with the Rav again, once he BH returns, because the spiritual benefits of coming to pray with the Rav even once, are enormous.

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Remember, this is the olam-hafuch.

And the same people who have worked so hard to paint the Rav and Shuvu Banim as being ‘bad’ have really just been projecting their own shmutz and spiritual corruption.

All those people accusing the Rav of being a new ‘Shabtai Tzvi’ – they are in the middle of the Sabbatean-Frankist nexus that’s controlling the Jewish world, on all sides of the equation.

And that story isn’t over yet.

There are a lot of revelations still to come.

And a lot of prayers and teshuva still required, to sweeten this process of geula, and have redemption come about the sweetest way possible.

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The 49 days of the Omer were pretty heavy going this year, at least for me.

I’ve been ‘under the weather’ since Pesach, with a bunch of symptoms that fit – exactly! – the description of what Arthur Firstenberg calls ‘electrical sickness’.

On page 387 he writes this, about what happened in 1998, when the Iridium Telecomms company launched 66 satellites into space, massively kick-starting cell-phone coverage across the word, and especially in the US:

[O]n Wednesday, September 23, exactly, [the day the satellites started to operate]…my survey found that 86% of the electrically sensitive people interviewed, and a majority of patients and support group members had become ill…with typical symptoms of electrical illness such as headaches, dizziness, nausea, insomnia, nosebleeds, heart palpitations, asthma attacks, ringing in the ears, and so forth.

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Compare and contrast this, with what the MMS is now telling us are the typical symptoms of so-called ‘long Covid’:

Snippet from HERE.

Lasting symptoms of coronavirus can include:

  • fatigue

  • breathlessness or shortness of breath

  • difficulty sleeping

  • anxiety and depression

  • heart palpitations

  • chest tightness or pain

  • joint or muscle pain

  • not being able to think straight or focus (‘brain fog’)

  • change to your sense of smell or taste

  • persistent cough

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I’ve had weird headaches and a sense of weakness, on and off, for over a month.

Sometimes, I also get buzzing in my hands and feet.

And the last three weeks, when I spend too much time online, my eyeballs have started to literally hurt and to tear up.

When I was tootling around my internet connection trying to get it grounded with an ethernet cable (that’s another story…. in Israel, at least, the new routers make it impossible to do that) – my computer proudly informed me that it’s operating on the 5…G network now.

Of course it is!

That’s why they’ve been sticking all the antennas up all over the place in Israel, and elsewhere, all quietly, quietly, without formally announcing that 5…G has arrived, so no-one out there connects all their weird physical symptoms with this killer tech being foisted on all of us, whether we like it or not.

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So, last week before Shavuot, I finally girded my loins, and got on with making some Miracle Mineral Solution.

You can read more about that HERE, or watch something, if you prefer, HERE, but so far, I’m noticing some big differences in the amount of energy I have (way more) and the amount of brain fog and weird pains I have (way less, Baruch Hashem.)

I will tell you more, good and bad, once I’ve finished doing the experiment.

But it gave me some hope, that I don’t just have to sit here as this new tech continues to destroy my health, while I twiddle my thumbs.

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And it’s not just human health that all these radiowaves and microwaves have been destroying – for decades already!

Just as ‘Covid 19’, and ‘long Covid’, and ‘Monkey Pox’ and who knows what else is really just the cover story for all the illnesses being caused by cell phone use, laptop use, and 2, 3, 4 and 5…G antennas and broadcasts (just to stick with the more recent apparitions of ‘electrical illness’) – ‘climate change’ is the excuse given for what all these radiowaves are doing to the environment.

Do you know that forests exposed to these radiowaves and microwaves start to decay in a massive way?

That trees close to all these antennas start to display mottled, small, and ‘mouldy-burnt looking’ leaves?

That bees in hives next to antennas – or even, where just a cell phone is in operation very close by – go into disorganised chaos and then collapse?

That birds ‘forget’ how to build nests when they are near antennas, and that even when they do build nests, the clutch of eggs they lay numbers way less, and most of the eggs either don’t hatch or the chicks come out deformed and then die very quickly afterwards?

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Firstenberg’s book, ‘The Invisible Rainbow’, has literally 200 pages of research documents and resources at the back, setting all this stuff out so clearly, that only a retard could try and say this is ‘conspiracy theory’.

But of course, that won’t stop them.

Because the implications of this are enormous: it’s our technology, our wifi, our cell phones, our ‘GPS’ – and before that, just our plain electricity – that is killing the planet and making human being all over the world chronically, severely ill.

And that’s the ‘big secret’ the industrial-military complex has been keeping from everyone, for at least the last 120 years.

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Let me quote you something from the last page of Firstenberg’s book (published back in 2019), then we’ll move on:

In 2014, Japanese physician Tetsuharu Shinjyo…evaluated the health of residents of an apartment building in Okinawa, upon whose roof cell phone antennas had been operating for a number of years.

122 individuals, representing 39 out of 47 apartments, were interviewed and examined.

Prior to the removal of the antennas:

  • 21 people suffered from chronic fatigue,
  • 14 from dizziness, vertigo or Meniere’s disease,
  • 14 from headaches,
  • 17 from eye pain, dry eyes or repeated eye infections,
  • 14 from insomnia,
  • 10 from chronic nosebleeds.

Five months after the antennas were removed, no one in the building had chronic fatigue. No one had nosebleeds any more. No one had eye problems. Only two people still had insomnia. One still had dizziness. One still had headaches. Cases of gastritis and glaucoma resolved.

Like the residents of that building before the study, the majority of the people in the world today do not know that their acute and chronic illnesses are in large part caused by electromagnetic pollution.

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So why am I in such a good mood, this morning?

Because I can feel that this is about to change.

I know that more and more people are about to understand just how bad all this ‘tech’ really is, for our health, our souls, our planet.

And that understanding, more than anything else, it going to usher in that world of geula and goodness.

Somehow.

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I walked down to the Rav early Shavuot morning, just to sit there on the wall for 20 minutes.

At 5:30am, the streets were bustling with so very many different Jews, who had gone to the Kotel, or gone to the tomb of King David, to pray and read tehillim.

My daughter was in the Old City itself, and she told me she really caught a whiff of geula this year.

We aren’t there yet, I know.

And there may well be a long path to travel, until we get there, I don’t know.

But the destination is at least coming into sight, now.

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Over the next few weeks and months, there is going to be a battle royale in the media, trying to convince us that all the ‘illnesses’ that are being sown from 5…G, smart lamp-posts, smart cities, and of course, the nano-circuitry that was injected into so many people via the Covid shots are down to things like ‘long Covid’ and ‘Monkey Pox’ – whatever.

The media will also continue trying to pull us into more ‘wars’ and more ‘fear porn’ and more ‘shortages’.

There IS still a war going on in Ukraine, it’s true.

But even there, you can see how the whole narrative is flopping badly.

And even there, you can see that somehow, things are still being sweetened. Like this:

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Ever since I had that awful experience at the Kiev airport on the way to Uman, for Rosh Hashana 2020, I’ve been finding it hard to really read things like Likutey Moharan or other Torah works.

The stress of everything that was going on there, for three and a half weeks, just kind of took me out for a year a half.

This Shavuot, I had to the inclination and the koach to pick up Likutey Moharan, and to read through a whole bunch of stuff again.

The head fog was gone.

I could concentrate again.

And that’s when I knew, something very big lifted in the world on Shavuot.

Somehow.

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Last week, one of my kids forwarded on another investigation into pedophiles in Jerusalem.

It’s a Channel 13 expose that was run two weeks ago now, about a ‘rebbe’ pedophile who was working in a children’s kindergarten somewhere in Jerusalem, who horrifically abused at least 15 different children, all aged 5-6.

On the kindergarten’s premises.

Under the nose of the gannenet, who apparently didn’t even suspect anything was wrong, when the ‘rebbe’ would disappear for an hour at a time to teach ‘aleph bet’ to a kid who would come back downstairs severely traumatised by what had just occurred.

It’s in Hebrew, but you can watch it here:

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That’s not even the worst part of this story.

The worst part, is that despite mounting concerns from multiple parents, whose kids started telling them what this ‘rebbe’ was really doing to them, the police didn’t want to investigate the case.

They put the parents off.

They made excuses for why they couldn’t open a case.

Until eventually, the parents had to ‘force’ the police into action by doing their own investigations – based on the testimony of at least 15 kids! – which included finding the not-so-hidden ‘secret room’ upstairs in the kindergarten where the abuse had taken place, and where you could still see things like big pots of vaseline, cushions on the floor, and the pickaxe used to terrify the children into complying.

Sigh.

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Last week, the police finally had an initial hearing for this ‘rebbe’.

In the meantime, the guy is still walking around totally free, and the court has slapped a gag order on revealing his name.

Some of the parents whose kids were involved in this case were so furious with this decision, they took to Facebook to publically flout the court’s order. (Those posts have now been taken down.)

And that’s how I got to hear about this.

Hmm, curious… 

Why is the State of Israel – that same State of Israel that spent 10 million shekels chasing Rav Berland all over the world on the basis of a sole schizophrenic’s false testimony – trying so hard to:

a) Avoid investigating such serious cases of pedophilia in Jerusalem

And

b) Trying so hard to ‘protect the identity’ of the guilty?

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In case you haven’t realised it yet, the Frankist-Sabbateans who run our Jewish community are split between the secular and the ‘frum’ world.

Within these same families, you will find hardcore, ultra-secular ‘Zionists’, who control the courts here, and the judiciary, and the police, and the government.

And at one and the same time, you will find ‘anti-Zionist rebbes’ in places like Meah Shearim, who apparently are the polar opposite of their secular brethren.

But really?

They are just one, big, horrible family.

And that family has a family tradition for at least 300 years of practising things like child abuse, incest and sodomy.

And all the members of this big, horrible, Frankist-Sabbatean family just go around covering up for each other, and using each other to further commit their crimes against the Jewish community.

And particularly, our children.

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Recently, I came across an article from November 2013 that was called:

The Child Rape Assembly Line

It’s an interview with a former Satmar Chassid named Rabbi Nuchem Rosenberg, who describes in horrifying detail how he witnessed a small boy being raped by a 70 year old man in a mikva in Meah Shearim – and how the ‘religious’ community totally turned on him, when he started trying to sound the alarm about the horrible child abuse going on in the chassidic community.

A few weeks after he gave the interview above, he was attacked by someone throwing bleach in his face, and had to go to hospital. And the guy receives death threats day in, day out.

You can find his blog HERE, although it looks like it hasn’t been updated since 2019.

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Tatty, ad matai?

Before I started really researching the Frankist-Sabbateans who have taken over all aspects of our Jewish community, in the leadership and education roles, I would have found this story difficult to believe.

Not any more.

Frankist-Sabbateans are totally immersed in this sort of satanic, deviant behaviour.

And they are continuing to pollute and destroy our innocent children, even in the ‘frummest’ communities, because our Frankist-Sabbatean ‘leaders’ are either complicit in this behavior themselves, or scared of calling it out.

You know who has called it out, repeatedly, and stressed repeatedly the importance of guarding the eyes, and guarding the brit in holiness?

Rav Eliezer Berland.

That’s at least part of why they went after him, to shut him up.

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The same police who refused, at least initially, to prosecute the case above, and who are still refusing to properly investigate what happened to 108 small chareidi children who were taken out of their kindergartens in the middle of the day, to be drugged and assaulted in awful ways, as detailed HERE 

They have gone after the Rav no less than three separate times, based on totally nothing except fake stories placed in the media by their Frankist-Freemason lackeys in the so-called ‘religious’ community.

What does that tell you, about what is really going on here?

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People want to know about why I’m pulling all this shmutz out of the corners of the Jewish community.

Why stir it all up again, isn’t it old news?

The answer is this:

These Sabbatean-Frankist child rapists are still operating TODAY, at full tilt, in all of our communities.

They are literally destroying the souls of thousands and thousands of innocent children, while our ‘leaders’ and our ‘rebbes’ and our police and secular judges cover up for them, and run interference against anyone who wants to publicise what is really going on.

You want to know who is really NOT a God-fearing person, whatever their external appearance may be?

Look to see who is trying to cover this stuff up all the time. Look to see who is making excuses for this type of satanic behaviour, or playing down its repercussions.

Look to see who makes a mockery of ideas like guarding the eyes.

(Take a look at THIS, for example, from 2016.)

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That’s why we have to get to grips with the terrible evil that overtook our Jewish community 350 years ago, and which is still going strong today.

We owe it to our children, to at least try to create a world where these abusers are held to account, and where we parents stand up for the rights of our children to maintain their innocence and purity the way God intended.

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My kid is in touch with a grass-roots activist here in Israel, who has given her so many examples of where the police, media and ‘religious leaders’ in certain communities are all conspiring together, to make sure that these stories of abuse are all covered up.

What she’s told me the last few months has been totally and utterly sickening.

When it came to someone like Chaim Walder – all our fake leaders were off shooting their mouths off about what he did, and how important it was to talk, talk, talk about it.

At the end of April, another prominent chareidi rabbi was accused of things very similar to Chaim Walder.

I sat here and waited for the torrent of outrage to pour forth from the same people who couldn’t keep their mouths closed for a second about Chaim Walder.

No-one made so much as a peep.

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So.

The “Sabbatean-Frankists” are real.

They are engaged in sickening acts of pedophilia and incest across our so-called ‘religious’ community (and of course, they are also in the secular world – that’s why the police and judges cover all this stuff up routinely.)

(BTW, I just came across the case of Leiby Kletzky, murdered back in 2011. Again, back then I simply couldn’t fathom that a ‘chassid’ would ever have done something like that, no matter how crazy they were. Now… the Sabbatean-Frankists stuff is explaining a lot of things.)

Personally, I am not going to stop trying to expose what’s going on, because if it helps even just one parent to wake up, and to make sure their child is properly protected from these despicable people, dayenu.

Even a single soul is really a whole world.

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Until this week, I haven’t been able to see my parents for 4 years.

There was a family batmitzvah in London planned for the month ‘Covid’ really kicked off, back in 2020, and all travel got shut down. We were all waiting to meet up again at that – and that didn’t happen.

And then, with all the fascist rules about ‘green passports’ that they were trying to enforce for a year… going to London was off the cards.

I told my mum, when they get rid of all the PCR testing at Ben Gurion, I will immediately book a ticket and come and see you.

Ben Gurion dropped the PCR tests at midnight last Friday. So Sunday morning, I was off to London.

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The first 12 hours, I was appreciating the fact that I could actually speak to people, and they would probably understand what I was saying. (Mostly….) I was loving seeing my extended family again. I was kind of liking the green trees everywhere.

But then.

A strange thing happened.

After that first day, I just started to feel that the whole place was dragging me down, emotionally and spiritually.

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I was standing in one of the millions of kosher bakeries on Golders Green Road, debating whether I should have a vegetarian sausage roll ‘for old times sake’ – when the spell suddenly broke.

Why would I eat this stodgy, unhealthy food, when I just feel ill afterwards?

That’s when I realised that the whole place is built on appearances of stuff that ‘looks good’ – but actually just makes you sick.

What do you do in places like London, except obsess over houses, holidays – and pastry?

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Long story short, at the end of the three days there, me and my husband both felt that when the Rambam wrote that mitzvot don’t really ‘count’, in chul, and that they only reason Jews continue to do them there is so they won’t forget how to do them when they return to Eretz Yisrael – he was totally right.

Everything there felt so empty.

So meaningless.

So pointless.

So disconnected from God.

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Just before I left London for good, 17 years ago, I had what most people considered to be a ‘perfect’ life.

Prestigious job, relatively nice house, nice family, lots of friends, nice clothes, blahdy blah.

But I literally felt so unhappy there, that I kept telling my husband that if we didn’t find a way to move out of London, I felt like I wasn’t going to last out another year.

At the time, that seemed like hyperbole and drama-queen-ness.

But now, having spent three days there, I can see how on some level, there was no exaggeration going on.

Because your soul just gets so unhappy in these places – even when Kosher Kingdom is packed full of more glatt gourmet chocolate than you get even in Jerusalem.

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I know I have readers who live in chul.

And I know many of them are on a way higher level, spiritually, than I am.

But this is what I feel:

The shechinah has left chutz l’aretz.

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Israel right now is full of problems and issues.

Chock full, of problems and issues, while we all wait for this Erev Rav State to finally fall apart, and be replaced by something so, so much better.

But here is what I realised, this last week:

All the tumah in Israel is totally not shiyach  to either the place, or the people.

It’s like a mask, a costume, that looks pretty convincing externally, but which can and will dissolve instantly, as soon as God decides that we have reached that stage, as a people.

It’s not like that in chul.

Even the ‘holiest’ places in chul – like Golders Green – are still based on tumah and feel empty of kedusha.

And even the most tumah-dik places in Eretz Yisrael are still based on kedusha, and that holiness can and will shine through very soon.

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I’m not telling you to move or stay.

I’m just sharing how it looks to me, through my subjective lens.

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Before I went for that trip, I put a question into the Rav, Rav Berland, about whether it was OK for me to leave Eretz Yisrael even just for three days, to go and visit my parents, as we live in such crazy times at the moment.

The answer I got back surprised me:

The Rav said that England is in danger of war and there is a lot of antisemitism.

But if you are just visiting parents and not roaming around it’s ok. You could go and you have nothing to worry about.

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I discussed that surprising statement that ‘England is in danger of war’ with my brother, when I got there.

He told me he agreed – but explained that the ‘war’ he thinks is coming to the UK is a civil war, not a war from external forces.

Inflation is officially running at 7 1/2% – and he says that real inflation is probably twice that.

The cost of living is skyrocketing as I type, with energy bills doubling and even tripling for many of the poorest people, who were struggling to get buy even before that.

The pound is tanking, and my brother explained that if they don’t start to put interest rates up in the UK, sterling’s future as a ‘serious currency’ will effectively be over.

But putting interests up in any serious way is going to torpedo the stock market, and also house prices there.

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My brother analyses these sort of trends for a living.

He knows what he’s talking about.

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At the same time, my niece in JFS told me that 10% of her school is now ‘coming out’ as either gay or ‘trans’.

And that she has to deal with a boy in her sports class who ‘self-identifies as a girl’ and is now in the girls’ changing room.

All of the girls feel pretty uncomfortable having to get undressed in front of him.

But there is nothing they can do, because the girls’ right to maintain basic rules of tznius, and female dignity, are being completely trampled by anti-Torah ‘woke’ culture.

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Personally, I think things really can’t get too much worse, before Moshiach has to come.

My husband disagrees. He thinks there is still quite a way to go, and that the whole of society, as we know it, first has to crumble into the dust, before most people will be open to geulamamash.

I guess as things continue to play out, we’ll find out who is more on the mark.

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So, today I’m back in Jerusalem.

And today, I am feeling so grateful that even though I don’t own my home, and I don’t earn money, and I can’t properly speak the language, and the police here are homicidal psychos, and the politicians are all evil, and I still haven’t worked out where to get comfy pants here – dayenu.

I am in the best place in the world.

And I am so grateful to Hashem, that He got me out of London 17 years ago, and brought me to the Holy Land.

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I have a lot of stuff to get on with, here on the blog.

But I’m still taking it easy here, until after Shavuot.

Which coincides this year with ramping up the 5…G to 26 ghz, that frequency that has never been properly tested on humans, and is likely to cause a whole range of very serious health issues to a whole bunch of people, including skin lesions, which will then be blamed on ‘Monkey Pox’.

Or whatever.

(If you go HERE, you’ll find a recent report from the CDC, explaining how 5…G radiation can cause the eruption of lesions on the skin, aka ‘cutaneous radiation injury’.)

The world of lies continues still, for now.

But very soon….it’s going to fall.

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Just when you think the State of Israel couldn’t possibly sink any lower….you discover you are totally wrong about that.

Off the back of THIS post, that started to uncover how so many of our “retired generals” in Israel are basically licking the butts of ‘Jews for Jesus’, mamash, I decided to take a closer look at what some of these ‘Jews for Jesus’ organisations and people are actually doing in Israel.

I have to say, I got pretty miserable.

Read on.

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The first thing to tell you is that ‘Jews for Jesus’ figured out that was really bad branding, and that even the most secular Jew will baulk at that name.

So, they kind of ‘hide’ all the Yoshki stuff under the broader name of ‘messianics’, and then they also have a bunch of cute, fluffy-sounding projects in Israel that function as cover for their missionary activities.

If you go back to HERE, you’ll find a post on the old blog of Joel Chernoff from 2011, called ‘Messianic Jews and Aliyah!’

There, Chernoff is boasting how the State of Israel’s attitude to ‘Jews for Jesus’ is softening up, and how the country is letting more and more of these people flood in.

One of the comments to that blog post really caught my eye.

Here’s what it said:

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What is the ‘Joseph Project’, that is causing the State of Israel to change it’s attitude towards ‘Jews for Jesus’ missionaries in Israel?

HERE is their website.

And screenshotted below, you can find testimonies from a bunch of Jews, thanking the ‘Jews for Jesus’ Joseph Project missionaries for all their ‘help’:

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Maybe, you could argue that it’s not such a big deal for charity organisations like Shalva and Beit Issie Shapiro to receive money from ‘Jews for Jesus’.

After reading sickening comments from ‘Beit Issie Shapiro’ thanking these xtian missionaries for working for ‘spiritual and physical restoration of Israel’, I have to say I disagree.

But the fact that we have politicians and mayors sucking up to Jews for Jesus, mamash – is totally sickening and inappropriate.

And remember, we are dealing with XTIAN MISSIONARIES here, and as this video shows, they are also getting access to start indoctrinating our youth in the IDF, too.

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Just listen to the ‘Shmuel’ from the Joseph Project, (above) talking about the project he’s leading with young adults who are post-army in Israel.

Listen to all the xtian-missionary phrases tumbling out of his mouth.

While the ‘anti-Torah’ Freemason-Frankists running this country attack any attempt to promote Judaism as ‘pushing religion’ on people, they are mamash inviting xtian missionaries into the country to promote xtianity any way they can.

Are you starting to see how this works?

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In case you think ‘the Joseph Project’ and Joel Chernoff are unusual one-offs, the really bad news is that they aren’t.

There’s a ‘Messianic Jewish’ news site called: Israeltoday.co.il

(This site is also where I found information about that bunch of Jews for Jesus in Talpiot, and the ‘xtian’ background of the Megaleh Amukot, that I wrote about HERE.)

Most of its stories are behind a pay wall, but here’s the top snippet of a story that caught my eye, which in turn helped me to figure out just how widespread all these ‘Jews for Jesus’ organisations really in the State of Israel

Troubles began two years ago when a few Messianic Jewish leaders reported to the Hebrew-speaking Leadership Conference on what they saw as troubling theological positions being promoted by a ministry called Tikkun.

Based in Jerusalem, Tikkun has planted and oversees numerous local Hebrew and Russian speaking congregations in Israel. Their leadership remain highly respected by both Messianic Jews in Israel and Christians abroad.

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When you click on that link for the Tikkun website, you see things like this:

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Puke!

But more importantly, these sites also contain links to their Jews for Jesus ‘ministries’ and projects they have going on in the Holy Land.

‘Tikkun’ alone has 19 missionizing churches – specifically aimed at Jews – all over the country.

Here’s a screenshot:

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And don’t think they aren’t focussing in on the kids and young people – because they are.

On the Youth page of Tikkun, you find links to missionary organisations operating out of Jerusalem like NETIVAH, below.

Please, take the time to watch this. It’s two minutes long, but it encapsulates what’s really going on here – they are planting missionaries in schools and in the IDF, amongst many other places.

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I am finding all this so disturbing, it’s literally giving me a headache.

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Meanwhile, if we go back to Joel Chernoff’s ‘Messianic Jewish Alliance of America‘ – the people behind things like ‘The Joseph Project’ – we discover they also have a massive network of missionary churches and organisations across Israel, too.

This screenshot comes from HERE:

250 missionaries heading up ‘Jews for Jesus’ organisations in Israel!!!

And again, this is just the tip of a monstrous iceberg. And some of the heads of this snake are also pretty ‘frum’.

Here’s another screenshot, from a ‘Jews for Jesus’ organisation in Israel called Hashivenu:

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When I googled ‘Asher Intrater’ – leader of the Tikkun bunch of missionaries in Israel – I got to HERE.

It’s a site covering ‘Messianic Community in Israel’ news.

It also has a ‘Ministry Directory’ of affiliated groups and organisations in Israel – again, just for Tikkun – which stretches on for 20 pages….

Here’s a screenshot:

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Deep, deep sigh.

These people are everywhere.

And the State of Israel – it’s generals, it’s politicians, it’s bureaucrats, even it’s rabbis – are sucking up to them and giving them full support to ‘missionize’ the Jews, all the while pretending that the State of Israel is a Jewish country.

Those missionaries pretending to be Jews in French Hill were literally just the very smallest tip of what is really going on in this country.

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Watch this – future PM of Israel, Yair Lapid, being interviewed by his ‘good friend’ on the Evangelical ‘All Israel’ news:

(Listen from the 8th minute on, when he refers to evangelical xtians as his brothers and his sisters and starts mamash sucking up them. Have you ever heard him say something like this about Chareidi Jews?)

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Yair Lapid’s sister-in-law was an openly practising ‘messianic’ xtian in Israel.

Snippet from HERE:

Lapid fought in the past against a law which would restrict missionary activity in Israel, despite the fact that his father, Tommy Lapid, supported such a law.

Yair Lapid claimed in 2015 that Moshe Gafni, who proposed the law, was “trying to fulfill my father’s last testament” but claimed that his father “had changed his mind” on the matter.

The law would have closed the Messianic community in which Lapid’s brother-in law and sister-in-law were members and it appears that this may have been the source of Lapid’s opposition to the law.

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This guy is the second-in-command in the State of Israel, and is set to take over as PM very soon.

What that really means, is that the ‘mask’ that these people are Jews, and support a Jewish state, and respect Judaism, and our Torah is about to totally come off.

That’s actually a good thing.

Because then, more and more of us will start to realise who we are really dealing with, and why the ‘State of Israel’ is probably the most openly anti-semitic, anti-Chareidi, and anti-Torah force in the world today.

(And probably, it’s been that way right from the beginning…)

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The Rav, Rav Berland is holding an atzeret by the Kotel tonight, at 8.30pm (May 10th, 2022).

If you can make it, please come.

I’ve been to many of these prayer gatherings, and the Rav only ever calls them when there are some big ‘judgments’ hanging over the Jewish people that need to be sweetened.

We are under attack, from without and within, like never before.

Xtians, Jews-for-Jesus ‘messianics’, Sabbateans, Freemason-Frankists – the list just keeps growing longer and longer, and honestly, Iran and home-grown terrorists are barely getting a look in at this point, as more and more of us are realising they are just the ‘puppets’ holding the guns and axes, while the real evil people pull their strings from behind the curtain.

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Tonight is Netzach she b’Netzach, in the counting of the Omer.

Breslov teaching holds that this is the ‘day of Rabbenu’, Rebbe Nachman, when everything can be fixed, even past gilgulim.

So, it’s a very meaningful time to be holding an atzeret at the Kotel, with the Rav in attendance.

And boy, do we need some sweetening and fixing.

TBC

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Last week I went to Shimon HaTzaddik.

Just for 20 minutes, before I headed off to the evening prayers of the Rav, Rabbi Eliezer Berland, that happen 8:30pm every night, outside on Ido HaNavi Street.

I got in, sat down – and immediately heard a booming voice coming from the men’s section, telling everyone:

Halacha!! When a person prays for Am Yisrael, all his own sins are forgiven!

OK, I took that as a hint.

And I prayed a bit for Am Yisrael.

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A couple of minutes later, the booming voice was back.

Halacha!! I personally heard from Rav Steinman himself that when someone becomes arrogant from learning Torah, all their Torah learning immediately goes straight to the dark side!!

Interesting.

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Over Shabbat, I was pondering about why all this Frankist-Reform-funded ‘ortho fem’ stuff is just so poisonous.

And then I remembered that guy from Shimon HaTzaddik, and it struck me that the ‘Torah’ that is being taught by these ortho-fem institutions is all about making the person who learns it believe in their own superiority to others.

I.e., it’s all about the intellect and the ego.

It’s about handing out ‘source sheets for your shiur’ with a billion entries on them, to show how clever and learned you are.

It’s about spending a whole hour telling people about what YOU THINK is written in the Gemara, instead of breaking your head trying to understand WHAT OUR SAGES THINK.

It’s about showing ‘the men’ that you are just as good as they are!!!

(I.e. you can also bore people to death with your pointless shiurim about halachic minutiae that basically, you are in absolutely no position to have a real opinion on, because your middot suck, you’re totally arrogant, and you have no siyatta di shmeya because your Torah learning doesn’t have even a milligram of ‘lishma’ about it…..)

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This is the ‘Torah’ of the Jewish demon Torah Scholars.

(BTW, apparently it’s not only Rabbenu, Rebbe Nachman, who wrote about them. Also the BESHT’s leading disciple, R Yaakov Yosef of Polnnoye, and the Zohar, and also the Tanya of the Alter Rebbe also speak of them. See HERE for more details.

You can find a discussion about these Jewish demon Torah Scholars in Likutey Moharan, Part 1:12)

This is the ‘Torah’ that Rebbe Nachman explains even ‘wears out God’ – i.e. it turns everything into an ego-fuelled, pointless, philosophical discussion, that misses the whole point of learning Torah, which is to work on our own bad middot  – especially our arrogance – and to learn more emuna.

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In the old days, when women weren’t so ‘learned’, the Sages spoke a lot about the simple emuna of women.

And how it could move mountains.

While the men were off with their thumbs, pilpulling away in pointless ‘splitting hairs’ fashion, the women would pull out a Sefer Tehillim, or put their hands on their mezuzah, and just pour their hearts out to God.

And their prayers moved mountains.

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The Reform-Frankists who are funding all these ‘ortho fem’ movements and institutions know the true power of a woman’s simple emuna.

That’s why they are going full out to try and replace that simple emuna, our simple, heartfelt, soul-deep connection to God with ‘precious Torah-based rubbish’ instead.

Before I got to Breslov, I used to try with all my might to ‘enjoy’ Torah classes at Matan, and from other ‘ortho fem’ sources that so many of the people I hung out with were raving about.

It was nearly always a struggle to stay awake – at best.

Other times, I’d find the discussion so pointless, so dry, so spiritually ‘dead’ and uninspiring, talking for talk’s own sake – that I’d usually make a break for the toilet, and try to stay there as long as possible.

This is the power of the shiurim of the Jewish Demon Torah Scholars.

They fill your head with ‘information’, but empty out your soul.

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That’s why when I hit the simple emuna of Breslov teachings, they totally blew me away.

Listen to this, and you’ll see what I mean:

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The first time I heard this, I sat transfixed in my car for a good 10 minutes, because all of a sudden my soul woke up.

Not more boring pilpul, not more boring ‘speeches’ with a million sources discussing something that felt totally irrelevant to my real life and real issues.

But someone talking about how Hashem wants a real, direct relationship with every single one of us; and how everything that’s happening around us, and to us, is part of that direct conversation the Creator is trying to have with us.

All of a sudden, the mitzvot stopped feeling like such a burden, such a bore – however important and necessary – and my soul woke up.

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The difference between the ‘Torah’ of these Jewish Demon Torah Scholars, and the ‘Torah’ of Breslov is literally night and day.

The first boosts the ego, and destroys the soul.

The latter uncovers the true power of the soul – and takes down the ego.

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I’m not against women learning lishma – for it’s own sake.

I think it’s beautiful, when we women steal a few precious moments from the demands of working, looking after our families, running our homes, to learn a few pages of Tanach, or to read some Rambam, or to learn some Likutey Moharan.

But lishma – for its own sake – means you aren’t getting a ‘degree’ at the end of your learning.

You aren’t getting a diploma, or title.

You aren’t getting an ‘ortho-fem’ platform, or a position in an institution, to start boring everyone else to death with your fab-u-lous insights into the Torah that have absolutely nothing to do with working on overcoming bad middot, getting to know God, or developing some real emuna.

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So, now I know why all these ‘ortho-fems’ are bothering me so very much, Freemason-Frankist funding of their institutions notwithstanding.

They may or may not be very nice people personally.

But when you learn Torah for any other reason than lishma, it becomes a sam hamavet – an arrogant potion of death – and not an emuna-dik potion of life.

And that’s why Rabbenu explains about the people who learn and teach Torah like this: (LM 1:12)

“a carcass is better than this person.”

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