More ghosts from the past, who are still walking around today.

My daughter showed me this video yesterday.

It’s two Israeli guys sitting in their brand new Tesla car, with motion sensors, next to a graveyard in Shilo, Israel.

The Tesla’s motion sensors starts picking up ‘people’ in front of the car, by the graves – where there are no people.

Take a look, see what you think.

(There is a swear word, when the ‘ghosts’ start to show up in quantity, FYI.)

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I’m doing a lot of research at the mo, so posting might be light on the blog this week.

(Usually, I say that then end up posting up 5 massive things in a row, so we’ll see.)

But it seems a lot of things are finally starting to ‘move’ spiritually, at least in my dalet amot, despite everyone in the whole world being sick at the moment.

The trees still look dead on the outside, but on the inside….

The sap is rising.

Happy Tu B’Shvat

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4 replies
    • Rivka Levy
      Rivka Levy says:

      It’s the sod ha-hashmal….

      Electromagnetism is the interface between the body and the soul.

      The Tesla is translating the electromagnetic ‘trace’ it’s still picking up from the soul as a ‘person’ on the screen.

      Reply
  1. Daisy Stern
    Daisy Stern says:

    Hi again Rivka! I still how you an explanation re: Metaverse and Chabad; I’ve been thinking about it, but for some reason I find it very had to even approach this topic. I will do my best to keep my word to you BLI NEDER – whenever that is, G-d willing.

    I know nothing about ghosts, but I agree with you 100% about Tu Bishvat: it changed everything! All of a sudden blockages are removed and things finally seem to go forward, B”H. The Rav kept talking about how important this New Year of the Trees is for all of us. This year I really notice it: major inner and outer changes, positive ones B”H. Anybody else noticed?

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    • Rivka Levy
      Rivka Levy says:

      Yes, I am seeing things ‘unblock’ all over the place, both in my own life, and also in ‘the world’ generally, since Tu B’Shvat.

      Reply

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