Scamdemic

A couple of days ago, I had an interesting conversation.

Someone called me who has been researching frequency, and serious, government-induced ‘health issues’ for a few decades.

They told me a lot of stuff that I already knew about, but also added in more details that I wasn’t aware of – and which honestly left me feeling more than a little overwhelmed, by the ‘bigness’ of the evil we are currently facing.

This COVID plandemic, this 5…G radiation, this total destruction of our spiritual, mental and physical health – it’s part of a plan, a process, that was put together at least 40 years ago, and probably more.

Part of that ‘plan’ is depopulation.

And another part of that ‘plan’ is to get enough graphene oxide nanotech into everyone’s bodies so it’s easy-peasy to connect us all up to the ‘Internet of Things’ and remote control anyone who’s left.

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At the heart of the spiders’ web there sits CERN, in Switzerland.

Apparently, no-one can ever sue CERN for anything they do, or any of the negative impacts of their ‘secret’ and not-so-secret experiments, because all of our governments gave them a ‘get out of  jail free’ pass many years ago.

We will come back to CERN in future, but for now, I’m just setting out my thoughts in this post.

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What I realised, again, is that all this talk of ‘politics’ and ‘governments’ and ‘democracy’ is a total illusion.

Whoever you vote for at the ballot box, you are going to get the same fundamental plans and policies implemented, just they will be dressed up differently, to keep the illusion going that we live in a ‘democracy’ and our politicians care about what we really think.

The real power is at the UN, the World Economic Forum, the World Health Organisation – where our governments effectively ceded all political control to these unelected, faceless bureaucrats who are working, mamash, for the dark side.

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I know this already.

But when you get more and more details that fill out the picture, it’s pretty heavy.

Let’s have a day off, let’s go find a nice cafe to sit in somewhere pretty, I told my husband.

So that’s what we did, pure escapism, so nice.

The radio in that nice cafe is playing music in the background, when suddenly the adverts come in, including one which was basically blaring out:

Masecha, be’vekasha!

(Masks, please.)

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What?!

I thought I was hearing a recording from last year, but no, at the end of the stupid advert, they talk about how ‘corona is coming back, and we need to take precautions again and start wearing masks in personal spaces.’

My heart sank.

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The last few weeks, they have been doing their darndest to get another ‘wave of Covid’ going in Israel.

For the uninitiated, that basically means bombarding us with more frequencies and microwaves to make us all feel really ill, so we’ll run off to ‘test for Covid’, which will magically come back positive again, because the whole thing is rigged.

Because they tried the ‘monkey pox’ pandemic, and no-one was really buying it.

So, they decided to go back to ‘Covid’ for the next wave of forced vaccinations, as so many people have self-induced ‘covid phobia’ now, all you have to do is say the words ‘covid’ and they will plaster on 5 masks and obediently roll up their sleeves….

At least, that’s what I was scared of, when I heard that ad, and saw a few more people walking around in masks again.

But then, I changed my mind.

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I went and sat at the Rav for an hour, on Ido HaNavi Street, and I joined in with the clapping and the jumping and the prayers.

And as nearly always happens, I came out feeling much, much happier, and determined to not give up, no matter how ‘big’ that boulder grows, and no matter how long it is going to take to finally roll it up and over the hill.

We can’t fight what’s going on with the ‘tools of Esav’ – with all the PR, the ‘action’, the bullying, the guns, the political and military and financial power.

We are totally out-maneuvred on all fronts.

But we can fight what’s going on with the ‘voice of Yaakov’.

With our prayers, our hitbodedut, our Tikkun HaKlalis, our efforts and yearning to be better people in a better world.

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In that chat I had a few days’ ago, the person I was talking to brought my attention to the last chapter of the Prophet Malachi.

It’s a short book, just three chapters, and the first 2 1/2 is really just a long list of what is going wrong, and how ‘bad’ everything and everyone is.

But then, something awesome happens, when there are just a few paragraphs left to go. Here’s what happens.

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First, there’s the tail-end of what’s going so wrong in the world:

Your words have become harsh against Me, says Hashem, but you say, ‘How have we spoken against You?’ You have said, ‘It is useless to serve God! What gain is there for us, that we have kept His watch, and that we walk submissively before Hashem, Master of Legions?’

‘So, now we praise the wicked. Evildoers are built up; they have even tested God and escaped.’

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This is where we’re currently holding.

But just look what happens next:

Then those who fear Hashem spoke to one another, and Hashem listened and heard.

And a book of remembrance was written before Him, for those who fear Hashem, and those who give thought to His name.

‘They will be a precious treasure for Me’, says Hashem, Master of Legions, on the day which I bring about; and I will have mercy on them, as a man has mercy on his son who serves him.

Then, you will return and see the difference between the righteous and the wicked, between one who serves God, and one who does not serve Him.

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That is happening right now.

Right now, all over the world, people who really fear Hashem, who really believe in Hashem, who are really yearning so much for the ‘good’ to start blossoming openly in the world are starting to talk to each other about what is really going on.

I see that on my blog, where the people calling me a ‘conspiracy theorist’ continue to dwindle by the day, as more and more people wake up to the truth of what is really going on in the world, and the tremendous evil that is hiding behind all the lies we’ve been told.

My brother is also seeing it in the UK, where people are ‘pushing back’ against the Covid plandemic narrative more and more, including in the comments sections on the ‘brainwashing propaganda’ designed to scare us all into getting more nanotech shots nobody needs.

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He told me that even a few months ago, for every 1 dissenting voice, you’d get 9 piling in on them telling them they were talking rubbish.

And now, that equation has totally flipped on its head. 95% of the comments – on mainstream pieces – are arguing against the narrative, and speaking up about all the lies being told about ‘plandemics’, and killer shots, and WEF-induced ‘climate change  panic’.

People are speaking to each other, and more and more people are waking up.

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Which brings us to the next verse in Malachi:

For behold, the day is coming, burning like an oven, when all the wicked people and all the evildoers will be like straw; and that coming day will burn them up….

But a sun of righteousness will shine for you who fear My name, with healing in its rays, and you will go out and flourish….

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We are very close to this.

Very close.

But before we get there, we need to take the cue from Malachi:

Then those who fear Hashem spoke to one another, and Hashem listened and heard.

Don’t be scared to stand up for Hashem, and to stand up for what’s right and true.

Don’t be scared to push back on all the Reform-funded ‘LGBT+++ missionaries’ out there, trying to poison our children’s souls with their anti-Torah, anti-God (and also anti-real science!) beliefs about fungible biology.

Don’t be scared to stand up and insist that bullies and abusers should be brought to account, and victims encouraged to speak out.

Don’t be scared to keep telling people that God is real, and is running the world, and that nothing can happen without God’s say-s0, however it looks right now.

Don’t be scared to tell the truth, even when it’s not fashionable or popular.

Don’t be scared!

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Some of the mocking detractors I get on this site like to say that small blogs like this are making no difference in the world.

But I know that’s totally wrong.

It doesn’t matter how many people read this, it doesn’t matter how many people share it. Once the truth is identified, it will ‘come down’ into the consciousness of so many other people, regardless of who is actually reading these specific words.

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Rav Natan of Breslov explains that one time, he was struggling very hard to answer a difficult kooshia in his Torah learning.

He spent literally a couple of years working it through, praying on it, asking God to enlighten his eyes.

One day, eureka!!!

He finally got the answer. That same day, he went to pray in his local shul, and he heard two simple Jews discussing the exact same kooshia he’d been working on for two years. He couldn’t believe his ears, when one of them resolved it, so easily, with the answer Rav Natan had just discovered after two years of struggle and prayer.

He was totally broken, and went to talk to Rebbe Nachman about what had happened. The Rebbe explained something awesome to him:

It was so hard for you, because you were toiling to bring that information down from shemayim. It’s like when you have something that is set on a very high shelf, where no-one can get to it. Once that object has been taken off the shelf and put on the table, it’s easily accessible to everyone else….

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This story gives me a lot of chizzuk.

Sometimes, I break my head for literally months, literally years, trying to figure things out here, on the blog.

I have no idea who is reading this, because I disconnected all the site counters last year.

It could be two people, it could be 20,000. I don’t know.

But what I do know is that all the information that flows through this blog, it’s getting ‘out there’ into the world anyway.

And what I do know, is that more and more people are starting to wake up, and are staring to talk to each other about what is really going on in myriad different ways.

And it’s this process itself, that actually leads to teshuva, and then geula – at least, for those people who genuinely fear God, and really believe in Him.

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In the meantime…. the boulder is getting heavier and heavier.

And the mountain’s summit keeps receding into the distance.

But as more people join their hands, their voices, their prayers into the effort of pushing that boulder up the hill, I know that it will get there.

And then:

[A] sun of righteousness will shine for you who fear My name, with healing in its rays, and you will go out and flourish….

May that time come soon.

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PS: Here’s some interesting links I got sent recently:

From DDT to Asbestos to COVID Injections: Commercials

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And the reality of ‘safe and effective’ Covid shots:

And this:

https://www.smh.com.au/politics/federal/more-than-10-000-australians-have-filed-coronavirus-vaccine-injury-claims-20211115-p598yy.html

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UPDATE:

Another reader sent me this, too:

https://habayitah.blogspot.com/2022/06/that-is-absolute-lie.html

Snippet:

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23 replies
  1. Elisheva
    Elisheva says:

    At the weekend Greta Thunberg appeared at the Glastonbury Festival (where they cheered Corbyn a few years ago) & she was booed. People were annoyed that she’d been asked to speak! Things ARE starting to change at last, thank G-d.

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  2. NiciesMan
    NiciesMan says:

    As per usual, some great insights.
    These people, “progressives,” think they will forever destroy morality and truth, that they are making “progress” (toward their ideologies) in the world, but God, soon may it be, will sweep them up and they will be gone forever, only written in history books as revamps of previous not-so-successful attempts at usurping God’s throne. They’re only specks in history and will vanish, all of their great attempts at destroying goodness and truth, ultimately, in vain.
    Thank God!

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  3. JR
    JR says:

    “Because they tried the ‘monkey pox’ pandemic”

    This is not true. There has never been a scare or panic. Daily cases are levelling off and have never been that high. The WHO never declared the outbreak to be a major concern.

    The Kirsch survey is nonsense. I read it, and it’s not a scientific survey. The age breakdown doesn’t represent the real population. Neither do the male-female breakdown. The survey doesn’t report confirmed vaccine injury, it reports claims of vaccine injury. And in an unscientific manner.
    Show the survey to someone who studied statistics and ask them if the survey is worth anything.
    20% claim they’ve been injured? Where are these people? Everyone I know, with few exceptions got the vaccines & booster. Not a single one claimed any side effect beyond a two day “flu”. Not 20%, not 10%, not 5%. Zero.

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    • Rivka Levy
      Rivka Levy says:

      Who are you, anonymous commentator? How many people do you know? Where do you even live? Are you being paid to keep writing your retarded comments here on the blog, or do you really believe the government propaganda you keep writing here?

      Nobody knows.

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      • JR
        JR says:

        “Who are you”
        Ad hominem.

        “How many people do you know? ”
        Suppose I know 100. Not a single one has claimed vaccine injury. Nor have any of them reported a vaccine injury from people they know. Zero. So Kirsch’s 20% claim is bogus.

        “Are you being paid”
        No.

        ” the government propaganda”
        That nobody told me about vaccine injuries is not gov’t propaganda. It’s personal experience. That the Kirsch survey is bogus is not gov’t propanganda. You posted it & I researched it myself. My conclusion: bogus. It’s not scientific.

        You denounce gedolim without research. For example, you attacked the פני יהושע and connected him with the “Dr.” Falk on no basis but a conflation of a nickname with a family name. Why? Because you didn’t do the proper research. That “Falk” was not the family name פני יהושע is fact, not propaganda. That “Falk” was a common nickname for יהושע is fact, not propaganda.

        You denounce the holy מגלה עמוקות on the sole basis that some people claimed him to be a xian. I researched it and found out those people were a halucinating cult that only existed decades after his death. You believe the propaganda of psychotic cultists. I don’t.

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        • Rivka Levy
          Rivka Levy says:

          Who a person really is tells you a lot about their biases, blind spots and agendas.

          It’s the furthest thing from an ‘ad hominem’ argument you could get.

          I keep putting your comments up, because each time, you show more of your true colours, and that helps us all to build up the picture of ‘who you really are’, regardless of your anonymity.

          Anonymous commentators are anonymous, because they have something to hide, and / or they lack the guts to put their name to their opinions.

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          • JR
            JR says:

            “It’s the furthest thing from an ‘ad hominem’ argument you could get.”

            No. It’s the exact definition of ad hominem.

            Everything you wrote (“true colours”, “bias”, “something to hide”, “no guts”, “blind spots”) is about the person making the comment not the content of the comment.

            It seems you don’t want to discuss the issues, or address criticisms. You avoid opinions solely based on anonymity. That’s ad hominem.

          • Rivka Levy
            Rivka Levy says:

            “Ad hominem (Latin for ‘to the person’), short for argumentum ad hominem (Latin for ‘argument to the person’), refers to several types of arguments, some but not all of which are fallacious.”

            Ok, ridiculous anonymous whoever you are, claiming to be the victim of ‘ad hominem’ attacks on… what exactly?

            No-one knows.

            But I’m sure you’ve researched the definition of ‘ad hominem’ VERY carefully, and of course, you are always right about everything.

            Whoever you are.

            Incidentally, this is the last time I’m responding to one of your retarded comments. You can carry on making them, and I’ll probably carrying on posting them up, but me personally, I’m not wasting any more breath responding to ‘anonymous whoevers’. If you want a response from now on, use a real name.

          • Shimshon
            Shimshon says:

            Asking questions may be argumentative, but by definition, open-ended questions (not of the form “When did you last beat your wife?”) are absolutely not of the category Ad Hominem. Are you even aware of the definition? But a troll either knows and doesn’t care, or, more likely, doesn’t know, but throws the term around to sound authoritative and act in an intimidating manner.

        • BR
          BR says:

          I am interested in the research you came to, to come to your conclusions, JR.

          For example, you wrote that ‘Falk’ is not a family name but a nickname, yet here on the Jewish Encyclopaedia, it says this:

          “FLECKELES: One of the oldest Jewish families in Prague; probably “Falkeles” originally, from “Falk,” a common name among Jews of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. The name occurs with various spellings (as “Felkeles” and “Falkenes”) on old tombstones in the Jewish cemetery of Prague (see Hock, “Die Familien Prags,” 1892, s.v. “Presburg”).”

          So, it seems at least reasonable to make the assumption that ‘Falk’ could also be a family name, and not just a nickname?

          I’m also interested in the research you did into the Megaleh Amukot. What is it that convinced you that there is absolutely no basis to the suggestion that he may have been a secret xian, given that his great grandson Jonathan Eybshutz – someone who was proven to have collaborated with xians in Prague, particularly Jesuits, and who appears to have been pushing some sort of ‘one world religion’ along the basis of xtianity – cites the Megaleh Amukot in his own writings as at least part of his inspiration?

          And lastly, on the Kirsch survey, it would be useful if you could spell out in detail the steps you took to verify the research yourself, and why, specifically, you came to the conclusions you did. Was that only based on your own experiences, or did you actually parse Kirsch’s data in a different way?

          Thanks for responding.

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  4. JR
    JR says:

    “you wrote that ‘Falk’ is not a family name but a nickname,”

    Untrue. Falk is both a nickname and family name. In regards to the פני יהושע, it was a nickname. It doesn’t seem to have been used as a surname at the time of the מגיני שלמה.

    ” it seems at least reasonable to make the assumption ”
    It might be a reasonable assumption, but it would still be a mistake. Don’t assume. Show evidence.

    ” given that his great grandson ”
    That’s not evidence. The opponents of פנחס called him בן פוטי. And קרח was deceived by his knowledged that שמואל was his descendant. We don’t damn someone for what happens three generations later. (Unfortunately, that’s Jewish history. There are very few rabbinic families that can claim four pristine generations.) All you’ve got are the claims of a delusional cult that existed long after he died. Why do you give more credence to delusional cultists over tradition?

    “cites the Megaleh Amukot in his own writings as at least part of his inspiration?”
    So it’s guilt by citation? I’ve got news for you. Eyebuschutz cited many people. And many people cited the מגלה עמוקות. Are all them suspect now? Show me the smoking gun- quote me a problematic passage from the מגלה עמוקות.

    As far as Kirsch goes. It’s simple. It wasn’t a scientific survey. The respondents don’t represent a cross section of the population. That’s obvious from the results. Pollfish doesn’t do scientific surveys. Check into PollFish yourself. They pay people to take surveys. So you’ve got these respondents who take many surveys to make a little extra money. They answer the questions quickly so that they can make a quick dollar. They rush through the survey and don’t bother to answer the questions honestly. The paid survey model is thus deeply flawed and unreliable. And experience shows that the 20% figure doesn’t reflect reality. It’s obviously bogus.

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    • BR
      BR says:

      First of all, thank you for responding. You wrote that it’s very important to examine the underlying material and assumptions, so let us carrying on doing that together.

      Can you please tell me where you got the information that:

      1) Falk is a nickname, as opposed to a family name.

      And 2) Why you believe that specifically in the case of the פני יהושע it was not his family name, but just a nickname?

      For example, Rabbi Elazar Fleckeles lived at the same time as the פני יהושע, and his family name is clearly a derivative of פאלק?

      So, what is your evidence that this was definitely a nick name, and not a family name?

      For example, if you go to this link it shows the gravestone, but it doesn’t appear to include any name except a reference to him as the author of the פני יהושע. (Hebrew is not my first language, so please tell me if I have missed it on the gravestone.)

      https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/7/72/Cemetery-Battonnstrasse-GS-0082-0480-R._Jaakow_Jehoschua_%28Pne_Jehoschua%29_%2816.01.1756%29.jpg/1200px-Cemetery-Battonnstrasse-GS-0082-0480-R._Jaakow_Jehoschua_%28Pne_Jehoschua%29_%2816.01.1756%29.jpg

      What is this ‘tradition’ that you keep referring to, that Falk is not his family name? Can you please give more details.

      “You denounce the holy מגלה עמוקות on the sole basis that some people claimed him to be a xian. I researched it and found out those people were a halucinating cult that only existed decades after his death. You believe the propaganda of psychotic cultists.”

      Can you please share the information you found about this ‘hallucinating cult’, so that others can also verify the information and come to their own conclusions? Is there a link you can please share?

      “It wasn’t a scientific survey. The respondents don’t represent a cross section of the population. That’s obvious from the results. Pollfish doesn’t do scientific surveys.”

      To clear up any assumptions you may be making, can you please tell us what you would consider to be a ‘scientific survey’?

      Also, how do you know that “The respondents don’t represent a cross section of the population” just by looking at the results? Can you please give concrete evidence, not just opinion, so I can understand your methodology.

      I went to Pollfish here: https://www.pollfish.com/ and it seems to be as legit as any other method of polling. If you disagree, please give me the name of another polling organisation that you would consider to be ‘scientific’, and please explain the difference between how they collate their information, and how Pollfish collates their information.

      “They answer the questions quickly so that they can make a quick dollar. They rush through the survey and don’t bother to answer the questions honestly.”

      I am so sorry, but this sounds like ‘assumptions’ to me. Unless you know lots of the people who answered the Pollfish survey personally?

      “And experience shows that the 20% figure doesn’t reflect reality.”

      I personally know of other people where that 20% figure does reflect reality – or is even a little on the low side.

      Thanks for sharing your information.

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      • Rivka Levy
        Rivka Levy says:

        Thanks for all this.

        If you go here: https://rabbi.bendory.com/docs/shalshelet.php

        Lawrence Kelemen apparently researched the ‘chain of transmission’ for the kabbalah, and this is his list for the last 250 years, or so:

        Achronim
        Rabbi Sholom Shachna (1558)
        Rabbi Moshe Isserles (Rama) (1530-1572)
        Rabbi Yehoshua Falk Katz (1614)
        Rabbi Naftoli Hirsch ben Pesachya (1650)
        Rabbi Moshe Rivkas (Be’er Hagolah) (1671)
        Rabbi Avraham Gombiner (1682)
        Rabbi Moshe Kramer (1688)
        Rabbi Eliyahu Chasid (1710)
        Rabbi Yissachar Ber (1740)
        Rabbi Shlomo Zalman (1765)
        Rabbi Eliyahu Kramer (Vilna Gaon) (1720-1797)
        Rabbi Chaim Voloziner (1749-1821)
        Rabbi Yitzchok Voloziner (1848)
        Rabbi Yosef Dov Soloveitchik (Beis HaLevi) (1820-1892)

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        It’s interesting that this list is hitting nearly all the names we’ve been discussing on this blog, the last few months. And also, that number 3 refers to one: Yehoshua Falk Katz.

        According to the Chabad knowledge base here:

        https://www.chabad.org/search/keyword_cdo/kid/9537/jewish/Pnei-Yehoshua-the.htm, this is the Penei Yehoshua’s full name:

        “Rabbi Yaakov Yehoshua Falk Katz (1680-1756), author of the Talmudic work “Penei Yehoshua.””

        This sounds very similar to the “Yehoshua Falk Katz’ referenced above, who lived some 70 years before he was born, and I’m curious to know if they are related.

        Meanwhile, the name on the grave stone is just ‘Yaakov Yehoshua’, with no reference to either ‘Falk’, or ‘Katz’.

        As Katz is usually the surname of Kohanim, it’s curious that there are no ‘Kohanic symbols’ on the Penei Yehoshua’s gravestone. I’d like to know where the ‘Katz’ name comes from.

        Lastly, this original title page of his sefer Pnei Yehoshua:

        https://bidspirit.com/ui/lotPage/source/catalog/auction/15132/lot/31896/Pnei-Yehoshua-Set-of-Four?lang=en

        Also doesn’t refer to the names of either Falk or Katz. So clearly, if he wasn’t known as either ‘Falk’ and / or ‘Katz’, the whole Jewish world, excepting JR, appears to be wrong about this.

        So, I’d also like to know where JR is getting his information about the Falk nickname from, as there is so much mystery here, it merits another look.

        UPDATE:

        If you go here:

        https://www.geni.com/photo/view/6000000001300905939?album_type=photos_of_me&photo_id=6000000129445582824

        You’ll see that the Pnei Yehoshua’s father is referred to as: Rabbi Tzvi Hersh Landau FALK.

        This clearly suggests that FALK is a family name, not just a nickname associated with the first name Yehoshua.

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        • JR
          JR says:

          The fact is you are guessing. That’s why you write “This clearly suggests…”. Someone posted on Geni, and that’s evidence? Anyone could post on Geni!

          I’m not guessing, because I’ve known this fact for over thirty years. You already have learned that “Falk” was a common nickname for יהושע, because you referred to the Wikipedia article. And you’re just guessing and mixing things up.
          So let met clears things up.
          The most famous פני יהושע named his sefer after his maternal great-grandfather who also wrote a ספר called פני יהושע and מגיני שלמה. Note that’s maternal. Neither of two is the Falk mentioned in your above list. That’s the author of מאירת עינים. That Falk was also a nickname. (See Heller’s The Seventeenth Century Hebrew Book) There’s a later Yehoshua Falk, who lived in the 19th century and wrote on אבות דרב נתן. You connected “Dr.” Falk of London to the פני יהושע on a whim without evidence. You didn’t even know at the time that the פני יהושע was one of Eyebushutz’s antagonists! The point is that well before Falk became a family name, it was a nickname attached to יהושע. See Guggenheimer’s Jewish Family Names and Their Origins. This is basic knowledge, and anything else is guessing.

          “as there is so much mystery here”
          No mystery here. Falk is a nickname and a surname. And people on Geni and elsewhere make mistakes.

          And, by the way the Vilna Gaon’s name was not Kramer. (And no, despite the wild rumor, he was not connected to the Swiss mathematician Cramer famous for his work in algebra.)

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      • JR
        JR says:

        “and how Pollfish collates their information.”

        FIrst of all, start with the survey results. Right away, you see anomolies. The male-female ratio is bizarre. So too is the age distributon. Look further and you’ll see that people sign for the surveys with an app and they answer the surveys to make money. That’s not how surveys are done. You can see people talking about how they’ve signed up with Pollfish to make money. So they have every motivation to rush through the survey and give phony answers.

        “I personally know of other people where that 20% figure does reflect reality ”
        Please rephrase the sentence in a way that makes sense.

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        • BR
          BR says:

          “You denounce the holy מגלה עמוקות on the sole basis that some people claimed him to be a xian. I researched it and found out those people were a halucinating cult that only existed decades after his death. You believe the propaganda of psychotic cultists.”

          Please can you answer this point:

          “Can you please share the information you found about this ‘hallucinating cult’, so that others can also verify the information and come to their own conclusions? Is there a link you can please share?”

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        • Rivka Levy
          Rivka Levy says:

          Pollfish is being used by the World Health Organisation and University of Melbourne, on White Papers like this:

          https://storage.googleapis.com/pollfish_production/documents/Pollfish__WHO_White_Paper202103.pdf

          So, given their links to the WHO, that makes these survey results about vaccine damage from the COVID 19 shots even more credible.

          BTW, people are allowed to have other opinions. I’m sure you’ll disagree with the opinion I just stated here, but see if you can voice that disagreement in a calm way, without throwing all your toys out of the pram, just because you happen to believe something different.

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  5. JR
    JR says:

    “You’ll find historical sources and research that point to the uncomfortable suggestion that the Megaleh Amukot – and other rabbis in the Jewish community – MAY have been secret xtians.”

    I read that post and responded to it. All it means is that you trust the halucinations of Sabbatian cultists more that holy tradition. The only evidence you have for denouncing the מגלה עמוקות are the ravings of that sect. The only reason why you denounced the anti-Sabbatian פני יהושע is because his nickname matches that of the charlattan “Dr.” Falk of London. That for centuries our holy tradition has held the פני יהושע to be a גדול, means nothing to you.

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    • Rivka Levy
      Rivka Levy says:

      Can you answer this simple question: Can you recognise that your own response here contains multiple assumptions about how I am coming to my conclusions?

      2) Are you suggesting we shouldn’t question anything? That known Sabbatians like Meir Perels can write a Sefer about the Maharal’s ancestry that are clearly made-up rubbish, and we should just accept that, because now it’s ‘tradition’?

      (And BTW, if you plug in Meir Perel’s statements into the Maharal’s family tree, they show that the Maharal’s father, Bezalel, married his own aunt. Is this also a ‘tradition’ you would like me to accept unquestioningly?)

      UPDATE:

      Also, I didn’t ‘denounce’ the Pnei Yehoshua. I haven’t properly researched him yet to come to any conclusion either way. That’s just another one of your assumptions that you keep re-stating.

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      • JR
        JR says:

        Here’s what you said about the גדול הדור:
        “There is a lot of funny business going on with their family trees, and also with the family tree of other famous Falks, like the Pnenei Yehoshua.”

        It was an arrogant statement. And you still refuse to back away from it. The statement makes no sense, because Falk was a nickname for יהושע. Look it up for yourself. For example, check out the מהשר”ל here:
        https://hebrewbooks.org/pdfpager.aspx?req=40935&st=&pgnum=59

        Both the Hebrew and English wikipedia pages confirm this fact. And many other sources too. Check the forums on אוצר החכמה. Here and in a previous comment, I’ve given you the sources. The rest is up to you.

        “I haven’t properly researched him yet”
        But instead of silence, you posted your un-researched speculations. Ok, so several months ago you made a mistake. The problem is that after I corrected you, you refused to back away from your error.
        You could spend five minutes researching it, and you’d confirm that Falk was his nickname and not his family name. You could spend a few minutes to show that there’s no connection between the saintly פני יהושע and the charlatan from London. But you seem to be more motivated to let your speculations against the גדול הדור hang, rather than once and for all clear him of the cloud of suspicion.

        Spend the five minutes. Do it now.

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