Around 2-3 months ago, I suddenly felt the need to have a really big picture of Rav Berland on my wall.
Over the last few years, I’ve had small, more discrete pictures of the Rav in various places, sometimes more prominently than others.
When the opposition against the Rav was at its peak, around 4 years ago, I decided I would rather move those pictures to a less obvious spot away from the Shabbos table, than risk getting into shouting matches with guests about what they thought they knew about the Rav, based on the lying media and NWO propaganda sites like Yeshiva World News.
And then with all this ‘Covid 19’ lockdown stuff, we had a lot of people frequenting the house who had strong – and not altogether positive – opinions of the Rav, so even though I had my pictures up in the living room, they were still keeping a low profile.
But then, around three months ago, I suddenly had this overwhelming urge to put the biggest picture of the Rav I could find, up on the main wall downstairs.
My husband wasn’t so sure that was a good idea, and I also felt a little trepidation about sticking the Rav so obviously in people’s faces, so to speak. Maybe, that’s just asking for arguments and unpleasantness? Maybe, it’s just going to cause unnecessary trouble with certain members of my family that are not as ‘pro-Rav’ as maybe I’d like them to be?
I had all these thoughts going around, like a washing machine, for a couple of weeks.
But ultimately, I came back to the whispering of my soul, that somehow or other, I really needed a massive picture of the Rav on my wall, for peace of mind and spiritual protection.
I cover a lot of ground on this blog.
I research a lot of things that probably some nasty people would prefer me to leave alone.
And I’ve had the feeling all along, that what is guiding that research, and what is protecting me from harm, is my connection to the Rav, Rav Berland.
In One in a Generation Volume I, one of the leading kabbalists of the last generation explained that the Rav destroys the demons and the dark forces for many miles around him.
And with everything that’s been surfacing here in recent months, I have felt that in my soul, mamash, that I’m sheltering under the Rav’s wings, while I write all this stuff and try to figure out what’s really going on, here.
That said, having a massive picture of the Rav on the wall is still a big statement.
And I knew it would probably invite ‘comments’, from people who think they know everything because they read the Yeshiva World News.
So, I sat on the idea for a couple more weeks, until one day, the urge to get a massive picture became so strong, I couldn’t fight it down anymore. That day, I picked out a nice image, stuck it on a flash drive, and had every intention of taking it down to the print shop. Somehow or other, I just didn’t make it.
Which was lucky.
Because – long story short – someone my husband knows at Shuvu Banim came over that night, unexpectedly, and brought with him the biggest picture of the Rav I’d ever seen, nicely surrounded by a heavy gilt frame.
Did you ask for this?
I asked my husband, incredulous.
He looked back at me equally incredulous, because of course he hadn’t.
Yet here we were, the proud owners of a totally massive picture of the Rav, that sends the unmistakeable message to every person that enters our home that we are 100% with the Rav.
I was thinking about that ‘big picture’, as I read a few of the comments that have appeared here in recent days ‘knocking’ the Rav.
I don’t want to put people off from reading, I don’t want to get into unnecessary fights.
But I’ve come to realise that trying to hide my affiliation with Rav Berland, so that people will take the rest of my investigative journalism ‘seriously’ is not something I’m willing to do any longer.
If you think I’m a crack-pot, biased ‘cult member’ because my search for the truth lead me to Rav Berland’s door – what can I do?
I set all the facts as I find them, I stack up the information as it appears, and draw the obvious conclusions.
I did that for ‘Covid 19’, for the murder in Meron, for all this Frankist-Freemason ‘Real Jewish History’ stuff – and of course, preceding all this, that’s also how I operated with trying to learn what the truth was about all the false accusations levelled against the Rav.
If you don’t think my ‘investigations’ are thorough enough, or factual enough – you are welcome to stop reading the blog.
Because from here on in, my support for the Rav is only going to get more obvious.
It doesn’t really matter what it was saying, the point is what one of the commentators underneath wrote, which I’m reproducing below:
Lux Noahide said…
are we here making calculations to find a destiny and meanwhile the just that can bring Redemption (Rav Eliezer ben Etya) remains under house arrest and at risk of life?
are we not ashamed?
this is all outrageous.
the problem is not the Americans, the problem is not the Arabs. the problem is our eyes, our mouths that don’t stop with lashon hara.
Redemption may come at that moment, but who of us is prepared to recognize Tzadik haDor?
Wow, I thought to myself.
Good for them for having the guts for telling the truth like this.
As a Jew, I realised I have a lot to learn from the simple, strong emunat tzaddikim of that ‘Lux Noahide’.
Going forward, there are going to be a million and one explanations for why we are all suffering so much; why all these forest fires are still happening (including the one I saw out my window in Jerusalem on Shabbat afternoon); why so many people seem to be dying in so many bizarre freak accidents in Israel; why the ‘bad’ appears to keep winning; why life seems to be so very hard, in so many ways, for so many people.
But it all boils down to this:
The people who are prepared to recognise the Tzaddik HaDor, Rav Eliezer Berland, will have it way easier, as this geula process continues.
That doesn’t necessarily mean ‘easy’, but it does mean ‘way easier’.
Already, most of those people didn’t fall for all the ‘Covid 19’ hype that saw millions of people being injected with experimental nanobot technology that can hack into their cells.
We already knew that the same police who’d been chasing Rabbi Berland for a decade, and the same corrupt government who’d kept him in prison for years without a trial, and the same journalists that had written one lying story after another simply couldn’t be trusted to tell the truth.
But especially about Rav Berland and ‘Covid 19’.
We also knew that the same ‘rabbis’ who could find the Tzaddik HaDor guilty of crimes he never committed in a million years, and who could ‘excommunicate’ a whole kehilla of tens of thousands of people based on the obvious lies of a sole witness also couldn’t be trusted to give real guidance about what was true and false, when it came to experimental gene therapies masquerading as vaccines.
Yeah, yeah, I know other ‘gadolei hador’ said the ‘vaccine’ is safe for everyone, including pregnant women.
Go tell that to my friend’s neighbor, who lost her unborn child at 5 months, 3 days after getting the Pfizer jab.
I’m sure she’ll find that very reassuring.
Right from the start of this whole ‘Covid 19’ circus, I have literally felt that the ‘worst is passing me by’, because I’m under the Rav’s wing, following his advice, praying for him, and just generally doing whatever I can to play an active part in ‘fighting’ on behalf of the Rav.
And if that’s not enough for the sceptics – and of course, it’s never enough for the sceptics – there have also been the growing numbers of real tzaddikim who have been putting out more and more obvious messages connecting ‘geula’ with getting with the Rav, and praying for the safety and success of Moshiach.
Before Covid 19 really took off, we had message like this, from February 2020:
Man o man, was it linked.
As I pointed out in a previous post, the ‘rabid believers in Covid 19’ and the ‘rabid believers of false, slanderous stories against the Rav’ score an almost perfect overlap.
All this is midda kneged midda.
Then in recent weeks, we’ve had more messages like these:
And then of course, we’ve had all those weird ‘supernatural’ fires starting up again in Israel, exactly the same time the corrupt State forced the Rav into a ‘plea bargain’ just so he’d have a chance to actually leave prison at some time in the next year, having been kept imprisoned with no trial for over a year already.
For the ‘crime’ of taking charitable donations….
And the exact same time that the Rav was taking out of the court in an ambulance, that’s when the ground opened up in the ‘Sha’arei Tzedek’ carpark.
And all this just happened to be in Parshat Korach, when those who went against the Tzaddik HaDor were swallowed by the earth.
Move along here, nothing to see, no connections to be made with Rav Berland. All these things are only happening because women aren’t wearing five pairs of bullet proof tights and ‘King Bibi’ finally got dethroned (along with Trump)…
Yes, I know it’s hard to ‘row back’ from believing all those lies about the Rav.
Yes, I know it’s difficult to get with the Rav, because you already have all those other rabbonim that you ‘belong’ to, in your yeshiva, and in your communities, and most of them aren’t saying a thing about the Rav – or God forbid, they are even saying bad things.
Yes, I know you want Moshiach and geula to come the sweet way while you continue operating like a spiritual robot, with your brain and soul totally disengaged from the world around you, and your real life, and all the clues God is sending down, willy-nilly, about so many things that need to be changed and addressed.
I know, I know.
But here’s what else I know:
The people who get with the Rav, Rabbi Eliezer Berland, Rav Eliezer ben Ettia, at this point in time, will have a much easier and gentler entry into the world of the truth than the people who aren’t.
Carry on being with your Rav, your kehilla, your community – but also admit that Rav Berland is the Tzaddik HaDor, and do whatever you can to help him fight the spiritual battle for good.
Pray the prayers HE tells you to pray, because he really knows what he’s talking about.
Pay the pidyonot nefesh to him, because that’s what really works.
Spread the Rav’s teachings and books and prayers far and wide, because that’s how you are going to see open miracles in your own life, and be saved from the harshest ‘birth pangs’ of the geula process.
For the few people who will listen to these words, and not just try to ‘push back’ with more knee-jerk-reaction personal attacks, I promise you will never look back.
My life has been incomparably better, incomparably sweeter in almost every way imaginable, since I got with the Rav.
If you can say that about your Rav, your derech – great. Stick with what works for you.
But if you can’t…. and let’s face it, most of the people I speak to on a daily basis really can’t – then maybe do the experiment, and see what happens.
What do you have to lose?
(Apart from some arrogance and pride in your ability to ‘always be right’….)
There is only one Tzaddik HaDor.
There was only one Moshe Rabbenu.
Yes, there are also many other great tzaddikim scattered across the Jewish world – but there was only one redeemer who could lead the Jewish people out of galut.
As it was then, so it is now.
The only people who will be left behind will be those who choose to stay in the dark, and to not follow the Tzaddik HaDor out to redemption.
So, I now have a massive picture on my wall of the Rav.
And if and when people ‘start up’, I make it very clear, very fast, that the time for arguing about the Rav, and slandering the Rav, and ‘bigging ourselves’ up at the expense of the Rav are over, at least in my house.
Supporting the Rav is the ticket out of the gehinnom that so many people today find themselves in.
We don’t pray for him, we pray for us.
We don’t give pidyonot to help him, we give them to help us.
We don’t talk about the Rav to try to prove ourselves ‘right’, or to build up his ‘cult following’, God forbid.
We only talk about the Rav to let other Jews know there is a path out of the suffering they are engulfed in, and a road out to geula the sweet way – and that we can reach that path if we’re holding the Rav’s hand.
But, that’s everything.
PS: Don’t forget to check out the new blog, Words from the Rav, HERE, that’s bringing bite-sized bits of Rav Berland Torah down in an accessible way.
And go HERE, to see a collection of the Rav’s books and prayers in English, many of which can be got for free.
I had the thought that other people might like a picture of the Rav for their wall, too.
So, here are some details of how you can go about ordering one, from CA, one of my readers (and friends…):
Here is the information we received about the pics from Yehoshua and the pictures we could choose from (see attachment above). The picture is printed on canvas.
35/50 cm==150 ₪
50/70cm= 230 ₪Yehoshua Wiseman
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