Monday, March 29, 2010

Old City Of Jerusalem Kabbalist Rabbi Dies: Passover Rabbis of the Hidden Remain Hidden With Dybbuks

Passing of Top Kabbalist Rabbi Leaves Gap

( Hundreds took part in the funeral on Saturday night of Rabbi Shalom Mordechai Hadaya, head of the Kabbalah Yeshiva Beit El in the Old City of Jerusalem.

Rabbi Hadaya passed away at the age of 84, leaving behind his wife Esther, five daughters and two sons.

Rabbi Hadaya was a scion to a family of Kabbalist rabbis who combined erudition in Jewish Law with mystical studies of the Kabbalah. His father, Rabbi Ovadiah, came to Israel from Syria and headed Yeshivat Beit El in the Old City for 30 years. After the Old City fell to the Jordanians in 1948, the yeshiva was re-established on Rashi St. in the western part of the city. The deceased, a noted Torah scholar, headed the yeshiva in recent years.

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29 March 2010

By Michael Berg
The Kabbalah Centre

Passover is understood as the commemoration of the Israelites being led out of Egypt by Moses, after having been slaves under the pharaoh’s rule for hundreds of years. The kabbalists explain that in truth, the story of the Israelites in Egypt is the story of each one of us.

Egypt represents our negative ego, as the kabbalists call it, the desire to receive for the self alone, that part of us that pushes us to care only about ourselves and to disregard others.

The redemption from Egypt, then, is the process of transformation that each one of us is meant to go through throughout our lives so that we can achieve the blessings and fulfillment for which we are destined.

We are meant to diminish the power of “Egypt” and selfishness in ourselves and become a person more concerned with others, sharing more, caring more, and through this, awaken a great Light and blessings for ourselves.

From this we can understand the concept of eating kosher for Passover. During these days we refrain from eating leavened bread, that is, bread that has risen. Leavened bread represents our ego, our need to be known, to rise, to overtake others, all the negative aspects of ego and selfishness.

This time of year, then, is an important time of reflection — what is my “leavened bread;” what is it about myself that I want to refrain from, that I want to remove from my life?

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A Fear That Can't Be Exorcised

By Tamar Rotem
Tags: Israel news, Passover

Rites designed to exorcise dybbuks have been performed many times in synagogues over the centuries.

The head is covered by a hood, which has three holes for the eyes and nose, and the person at the center of the event moves helplessly, like an animal being led to the slaughter. In fact, he is undergoing an ancient ceremony designed to rid him of an evil spirit that has entered his body - a dybbuk. This, at least, is what the dozens of people who were gathered around him believed, as did hundreds of others converged at the entrance to the Hashalom Yeshiva in Jerusalem, where this dybbuk-exorcising ceremony was held some three months ago.

The possessed person, a Jew from Brazil, makes thick and gruff sounds; witnesses say that when he talks his tongue does not move. That is a sign that the transfigured soul of a sinful man who has died is speaking from this man's throat.

Rites designed to exorcise dybbuks have been performed many times in synagogues over the centuries, and are traditionally carried out before large audiences. To a certain extent, the fact that this ceremony was filmed and disseminated over the Internet is a contemporary interpretation, albeit a somewhat exaggerated one, of the traditional requirement that the rites be performed publicly. In the film, which can be viewed on YouTube, the kabbalist rabbi conducting the ceremony, Yitzhak Batzri, sings in a deep, authoritative and calm voice.

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Thursday, March 11, 2010

Symbolism Is Everything: Netanyahu Symbolically Shatters Christian Zionist Looking Glass...Jesus Has NO Roots Here! OK?

Some will continue to miss it, but that's ok. That is why our subscription letter continues to teach our subscribers NOT to ignore the little signs of Global Governance. I wonder how else Biden felt later on when he found out about the latest Orthodox Judaic settlement expansion in northeast Jerusalem. Students of Kabbalah will recognize the symbolism.

12 Now the next day, when they had come out from Bethany, He was hungry. 13 And seeing from afar a fig tree having leaves, He went to see if perhaps He would find something on it. When He came to it, He found nothing but leaves, for it was not the season for figs. 14 In response Jesus said to it, “Let no one eat fruit from you ever again.”
And His disciples heard it. Mark 11

Fiasco In Jerusalem

Israel's embarrassment of U.S. Vice President Joe Biden is just further evidence of the Netanyahu government's incompetence.

Benjamin Netanyahu accidentally broke the glass on Tuesday, but that was just the beginning -- and only the lesser Israeli disaster in a day that marked a new low point for Netanyahu's rocky relationship with the current U.S. administration. The Israeli prime minister's team prepared a symbolic gift for visiting U.S. Vice President Joe Biden: a framed document announcing that several trees were planted in Jerusalem in memory of Biden's mother, a loyal supporter of Israel. But Netanyahu leaned on the present by mistake and shattered the glass frame. "I have one thing to offer you right now, and it's broken glass," the prime minister said, trying to improvise a joke during a joint news conference. It got worse.

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Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Dr. Norman Finkelstein Stands Firm Against The Intimidating Holocaust Card And Steadfast On Israeli Genocide Towards Palestinians

"Knowing is not enough, we must apply.

Willing is not enough, we must do." - Mr. Bruce Lee

Netanyahu has seen the writing on the wall, which should be obvious to all who have witnessed his recent calls for Christian Zionist support.

Zionism is collapsing faster than the Western propaganda machine can invent.

As truth continues to foment the global resolute, the fearless will know and apply.

The irony is, by Netanyahu correlating Napoleon Bonaparte and The Eternal Of Zionism in his 2010 Herzl address, Holocaustianity was defeated at the shoreline of The University Of Waterloo.

Thank you Michael Hoffman for showing us Dr. Norman Finkelstein is keeping the flames of truth radiant. - Johnny

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Monday, March 1, 2010

Mr. Bruce Lee: The First Chinese Anti-Global Governance Celebrity. Chinese And Judaic Relations? Not A Chinaman's Chance Pt 3

The March newsletter strides further down Global Governance history with Pt.3 of our series "Mr. Bruce Lee: The First Chinese Anti-Global Governance Celebrity. Chinese And Judaic Relations? Not A Chinaman's Chance"

"Knowing is not enough, we must apply.
Willing is not enough, we must do." - Mr. Bruce Lee

Knowing their relationship with NATO is not enough for the Dutch, thus it should not surprise us of her action to pull out of Afghanistan.

As many other countries are applying Mr. Bruce Lee's philosophy in regards to Western hegemony and The Europe-NATO-Israel Triangle, it only becomes more apparent that the ghosts of NATO's past continues to haunt their every step towards global empire. This quest echoes like an old skipped LP record from Sino-US relations...the games of conquest...the games of defeat...the wishing games children play.

Willing and well wishing and hope is also not enough, as other countries are also getting ready to act in accordance to their nations best interest in regards to Western relations.

These teachings which Mr. Bruce Lee solidified in his lifestyle blazed past all of his contemporaries both in the ring, on the stage and in close friendship.

Mr. Bruce Lee's candid philosophy on life, in harmony with action, brought the greatest fear to the Western establishment whose banner creed of "defeat or be defeated" had governed many institutions. This ideology threatened the core being in many.................

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