I had three emails from three different people referring to the ‘Song of the Stones’ this week.

So, I thought I’d stick it back up here, while I’m busy putting together another big post on real Jewish history.

You can see more HERE, on the ravberland.com site.

“Rav Berland talks a lot about the segula of the Odem, Pitda, Bareket, Nofech, Sapir, ve’Ya’halom, Leshem, Shevo, ve’Achlamah, Tarshish, Shoham, ve’Yashfeh – this is a segula for wealth and to [draw] spiritual and material influences.

“Also the Third Temple will be of Sapir and Yahalom.  The gates of the Holy Temple will be totally of precious stones.

“So, I’ll sing you this song.  Many people ask how to sing this song.  How exactly does one do it?

“Short and to the point, less than a minute, we start:

“Odem Pitdah u’Bareket

“Nofech Sapir ve’Yahalom

“Leshem Shevo ve’Achlamah

“Tarshish Shoham ve’Yashfeh

“And he who does this seven times, all the more so is the segula for spiritual and material wealth.”


The above comes from the video below, which teaches you how to sing the Odem Pitdah song:


One of my friends asked me why I’m not posting more personal blog posts up these days.

There’s a couple of answers.

One, is that the ‘gangstalkers’ I’ve had to deal with on the blog kind of put me off sharing more personal information, at this stage.

And two, is that most of my time right now is taking up trying to pin down what’s really gone on in the Jewish world, with the Sabbatean-Frankists that mamash took over most parts of the Jewish community, 200 years ago.

Some days, I am so absorbed in the research I don’t have ‘space’ for much else.

I would like to go back to writing more personally, in some ways.

But I feel God is giving me a job to do that’s important, very time consuming, and often not so fun.

BH, when this world of lies starts to break a bit more – and that time is coming, fast – I will return to more ‘Secret Diary of a Jewish Housewife’ writing.

Bli neder.


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2 replies
  1. Glenn
    Glenn says:

    Thank you Rivka for this reminder today. As much as we all appreciate everything you write and research, the one thing I look forward to your blog the most is the additional insights about what the Rav is doing and most importantly saying. Especially now that the Rav is out of prison, your blog helps us so much that way, what a privilege you have to get to see the Rav! Thanks again for all you do, and that’s an understatement!

  2. nonee
    nonee says:

    Rivka this what you wrote:

    ‘But I feel God is giving me a job to do that’s important, very time consuming, and often not so fun.’

    very very true. Hashem strengthen you more and more.

    Hashem bless you and yours.


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