Here is an update to the video from Rav Glazerson, shlita, about Nibiru:
Rav Glazerson mentions that he found Teshuvah in the chart with all the other information. He is stating something that I have mentioned many times: any negative decree can be avoided if we do repentance.
Does that mean that Nibiru does not have to happen? No. Nibiru is not considered a negative decree for the righteous. According to Malachi, that I wrote about, and many other places in scriptures, Nibiru will wipe out the evil and heal the righteous.
The good news is that any individual who does repentance now, can avert the suffering that Nibiru will bring. People, especially Jews (of course righteous non-Jews are included), who think they are good people, but do not completely follow the ways of Hashem are fooling themselves and will find out the hard way. Keeping Kosher, observing the Sabbath, laws of purity, observing all the 613 commandments, etc, are not just nice traditional things to do, but are a matter of survival. Nibiru will be your proof.
The message is very clear. If you repent, do the commandments, pray every day, help others, show love of your fellow Jew, study Hashem's Torah, etc, etc, etc, you and your loved ones will avoid the devastation of Nibiru. If you are a gambler and think that Hashem's message doesn't pertain to you and your loved ones, consider yourself a fool and be prepared for suffering. It couldn't be any clearer. I have said it many, many times "your eternity and the eternities of your loved ones depend on it."
What can a Baal Shuva do to learn the 613 mitzvahs in a hurry and put them into practice? It has been a seven year journey and I Thank Hashem for not allowing the evil inclination to trip my efforts. I have had a strictly kosher kitchen for a few years now and became Shomer Shabbas. Thanks to this blog I found the inspiration to pray consistently every morning before going to work and before going to sleep. I also stopped the practice of eating kosher at home and non kosher at restaurants. Thanks Rav Menahem for this amazing blog and for being such a patient teacher & dedicated researcher. May Hashem have mercy on all Am Yisrael, Noahides and Righteous Gentiles. I continue to learn and grow but get a bit discouraged now...time is so short and there are so many mitzvas that I still need to learn. Much Love to all fellow bloggers and a special hello to SC and Luiz. Ms.APReplyDelete
I have good news, and I have good news, then I want to tell you a secret.Delete
First the good news. Being this is the last of our reincarnations before our Tikun, we are in this life only to catch the remaining mitzvot. In other words, you probably have already satisfied most of the 613 in previous lives. How do you know which ones to work on? Don't worry, learn them all, try to live them all and Hashem will make sure you capture the ones you need, He knows exactly which ones.
Now, the good news. I have said it many times. Hashem does not judge us by what we know, He judges us by how we grow. If we have the correct attitude, inspiration, desire to do the right thing, Hashem will make sure we maximize our Tikun. He is merciful and knows what we need, He just wants to see that we love Him and want to do the best that we can -- growing every day.
Let me tell you a secret to doing the mitzvot (this is a secret, so make sure you tell everyone). Take credit for mitzvot. Before you say the Shema, think to yourself "I am about to do the mitzvah of the Shema."
That may seem like an obvious, but let me give you another example. Someone just did some work for you, and you immediately pay the individual upon completion. It is the right thing to do, but it just happens to be a mitzvah. Don't just think that you want to pay this person to be nice, think to yourself: "I am about to do the mitzvah of paying someone for work done."
In other words, with everything we do it is not just because it is the right thing to do, it is because "that is what Hashem wants from us." If we do everything in life to show love of Hashem and to satisfy His requirements, it is much more satisfying to us, and we are truly turning to Hashem with everything we do. That is living the absolute truth. I do things a particular way, because Hashem told me to do it that way; after all, Hashem knows exactly what is best for us, and how to effect the best, happiest, successful life forever and ever.
Would it not be better to say that only a certain (yet still significant) number of the 613 commandments are currently applicable today depending on the circumstances (either 369 or 270), as a way to make it some less burdensome for Jews unfamiliar fulfilling the Mitzvot since nobody is able to fulfill ALL 613 Mitzvot?Delete
Some are applicable to Men, others Women or Levi / Kohen, some entail the Temple standing while others are related to Shemitah or being in Israel, some say only 369 Mizvot are applicable while in practice others say only 270 are applicable, etc.
Over the years I have covered many subjects. Go to my blog post of 17 April 2012, entitled "The Soul," and read:Delete
Although you are correct that there are many mitzvot that cannot be done today, the studying of each gives one credit as if he had performed it. Why is that important? That is what the post covers.
Is it different for men and women? Definitely. It is one of the reasons Hashem created the idea of soulmates -- a husband and wife can complete the 613 for their combined soul. I am oversimplifying a very complicated subject, but trust Hashem that He gives us ways to accomplish our Tikun on Earth.
Hello Ms. A.P.!Delete
All the best!
You've mentioned healing in previous posts related to this new type of sun. can you explain what that means. The only place I'm familiar with healing is after Techiyas Hameism. Also, can a sun heal in a way that regenerates missing limbs, or organs? Because there are so many maladies, what level would be considered truly healing?ReplyDelete
Go to my post of 25 Jan 2016, entitled "The End is Near, But When?"Delete
It is a long post but if you go towards the bottom it talks about Malachi and the healing that will come to the righteous in the near future.
There are other places in scriptures that talk about it. Why? Sickness is a test of this life and an occurrence to help one get Tikun. When the Geula is here, soon, testing will be no more and sickness will no longer be needed. The entire effect of changes on the Earth will be the physical reason that sickness will disappear; but, the ending of testing will be the reason Hashem is eliminating sickness at this time. It is all good news.
I am anticipating the medical clinic near my apartment will become a motel or a Yeshivah. The doctors can teach Torah.
Specifics, I'm asking. When we talk about healing. Will an amputee be healed!? Or the person who lost a kidney?Delete
Does anybody know the answer?
All medical problems will be resolved eventually, but not at first. What is coming up is more common sicknesses and the fact that no new sickness will occur. Medical situations that are not death threatening will be resolved at a later time. When, I am not sure but I do believe it will be in the near future. Why? Because, all medical problems existed for the purpose of testing us to help us gain perfection. When the testing is over, the medical problem will be gone. Does that mean blindness, deafness, missing limbs, missing organs, etc? Yes, everything will be resolved, I just do not know exactly when, nor if everyone will be at the same time.Delete
Aw.. Ms AP... thank you so much!ReplyDelete
Hashem bless you and yours and strengthen you in all your efforts. Amen.
To Luiz,may Hashem bless you too, with all you need. Amen. As for me I keep falling and rising, but as i have learned and (still learning) that Hashem also sees our efforts. Hashem is merciful and looks at our hearts and thoughts. That should give us all consolation.
Ms.AP, you are doing very great. Do not get discouraged, you ARE being blessed by Hashem.
May Hashem give you the strength to accomplish all you wish.. Amen.
Rav, Menachem, to you we owe so much. This blog not only helps us varied individuals, but also lets us help each other.
Rav, Hashem bless you and yours. Hashem bless Am Israel, and all good peoples who are just wanting to get closer to HaSHEM and to do the best they can.
Thank you S.C.
That HaShem bless S.C. and all your.
I remember a Zohar (don't remember exactly where) that explains why Torah is compared to a tree (of life). A tree is made of roots, a trunk and many branches. If somebody wants to be attached to this tree he doesn't need to hold simultaneously all the branches together in his hands.It's impossible. He only has to choose one solid and accessible branch, hold it firmly, and from there try to reach all the others, while every time attached to the first one without leaving it! So is the Torah. A tree with 613 branches. Attach yourself to one of them, try to accomplish it with perfection without missing one day, and try sincerely to extend to the others: you will be considered from the beginning to be attached to the full Torah, the Tree of Life!ReplyDelete
Thanks Reb Menachem, be blessed among Am Israel and all the justs of this world. Hodesh Tov and bessorot tovot!
Shalom to you, Itzhak Drahy, you have said and explained so well.Delete
Even as Noahide i can relate and understand what you have said.
Torah the Tree of Life...
Hashem bless you.
Hashem bless you too. For a Noachide, figure a seven branches tree, the number of the Bnei Noah commandments. Seven to reach in the same way to reach your perfection and total harmony with the creation, Hashem's will.Delete
All the best and thanks for your kind answer.
Reb Menachem, when I take the freedom to write any answer without your permission before, I rely on your ability to publish it or not, so I'm sure that you agree with what I write.
It's your blog,not mine, and for sure a wonderful one! Be blessed.
Agreed.. Itzhak, rav Menachem's blog is really wonderful. He shows with kindness and love how to be the best human.. and how to reach Hashem.Delete
Allowing us to put in our questions or to respond to comments, he gives us that too.
Hashem bless all who come here, even those who do come just to put the Rav down.
Dear rav Menachem, Etty and all who love Hashem.ReplyDelete
Hopefully someone can translate this video to your language.
I just want to say to my people, do not stay in Galut/mitzrayim, come right now home.
If there is rabbi that do not urge you to come home...
Do not listen.
Save your life.
The world will be full of BLUE DIAMONDS!
Forget the house/company/boat/things outside.
Come in...home...ERETZ ISRAEL and especially Hashem is waiting.
Dear Mr Menachem,ReplyDelete
Do you have semicha ?
Rabbanit Chana Gurary,
Oh I got it!! :)Delete
Rav Menachem has what it takes to have semicha!!
Also he follows Hashems Ways the right way, not like some of you who only come to point long fingers at, and put those who help others.
Yet will not point fingers to those Rabbis, who need much of pointing your long fingers at.
Are you a real rabanit?
go learn some more of how to be a human person.
Shame on you.!!
No, I do not have Semichah, even though with close to 69 years of studying Torah and Jewish scriptures, I probably am more than qualified.Delete
The interesting thing is that Semichah would have been a detriment to my work in Kiruv. In the 1990's when I was invited to speak to Conservative and Reform congregations, I started every talk with "I am not a Rabbi, I am an Electronics Engineer and a US Army Officer." I always saw a sigh of relief with my audiences, since they automatically felt more comfortable with me. I got much further in helping people by not displaying a Yeshivishe attitude, but instead coming across as a regular guy. Most Rabbis love to snow their audiences by reciting verses in Hebrew and showing off. This was the exact opposite to my approach, and the outcome spoke for itself. Helping people was always my goal not making them feel inferior (I learned that from the Torah, you know, Hashem's opinion).
You will notice that in over a thousand pages of blog and my book, I have never called myself Rav. My readers use the title. Since it is a term that refers as much to "teacher," as it does "Rabbi," according to Wikipedia, I let it go. I have never called myself Rav or Rabbi. I don't even want the title as mentioned above.
I also have met the academic requirements for a degree in Psychology, with a minor in Sociology, but never saw the need for a piece of paper to help people. Evaluating the psyche of others in an effort to help them doesn't come from paperwork from a university or a Yeshivah. It comes from decades of experience and common sense (a commodity rarely used these days).
I also am seeing Rabbis today giving very dangerous advice that shows a lack of concern for the individuals. Just because they are called Rabbi, they don't have the right to put Jews in harm's way. It reminds me of the Rabbis in Germany in the 1930's who advised Jews don't worry, just turn to Hashem and you will be protected, after all "how bad can it get?" The fact is they were not paying attention to all the messages that Hashem was sending the Jews for decades.
I have much more to say on the subject, but I may reserve it for a blog post instead, B"N
One last problem that I faced in getting Semichah. My wife did not want to be called Rebbetzen Robinson. Shalom Bayis is so important.
Rav, that is why so many folloow you...
You really are a compassionate human as Hashem would like all of H-s humanity that He created, Jew,Gentile.. whatever.
I do not like how this last comment you took time to answer .. wrote..
Its like she goes just to point and find fault..
Not good Ms.rabbanit.. Hashem will not like it.
Now, now, we have to give everyone the benefit of the doubt. She asked a simple question, and never stated her intentions in asking it.Delete
I gave my answer to quell the thoughts of others who may think negatively, if I just answered with a simple: No, I am not a Rabbi.
I look at everyone as a positive person until they prove otherwise. Hashem doesn't want me to judge anyone, but only see the good in everyone. Even you coming to my defense, whether needed or not, shows that you are a good person (but I already knew that).
Hello @ 4.54 PM,ReplyDelete
Nasa says it is not a meteorite.
Also when metrites fall they are 'cool' to the touch, and not hot or warm.
Hashem IS in charge of all things.
as, Noahide, i cannot understand why Jews do not want to go their homeland..
Would not this make Hashem sad?
NASA has been the least reliable for information since they are stifled by the global elite who pay their bills and control them. Unfortunately, evil political agenda has replaced public service.Delete
Meteors heat up to very high temperatures as they enter the atmosphere. By the time they reach earth, they are still extremely hot. They cool down eventually.
You are completely correct that Hashem is running the show and controls everything. What will happen, and who will it effect will be measure for measure according to what is needed for the good of everyone. Hashem knows exactly what He is doing.
Hello Mr. אורנה ניצבת. דוד מלך ישראל חי וקיים !ReplyDelete
Which means (please) "The world will be full of BLUE DIAMONDS!"?!
All the best!
There is a quote in Ezekiel referring to the precious stones that were in the Garden of Eden and alluding to their return in the future. I don't know if Ornah had that in mind, or some other quote in the Bible. Perhaps she will enlighten us.Delete
Thank you very much for the reply Menachem.
That HaShem bless you and all your.
Perhaps through this link we can find a geological explanation about those "blue diamonds"Delete
More, a few days ago was reported the unprecedented fact that in India, a bus driver has been killed by a... Meteorite. Witnesses told that they found "dark blue" stone debris close to the impact point.
What does all this mean? Hashem knows...
Hello Mr. Itzhak DráhyDelete
Thank you so much for all this information/clarification.
All the best!
Always welcome, dear Liz.Delete
Amazing those blue gems found in meteorites and also in the deep mantle of the earth. It's called ringwoodite, and here's a link about this.
This mineral is said to be a kind of "olivine", or "peridot".
Have a look in wiki about those two terms too, and tell me if like me you feel you found the "blue diamonds" our estimated Reb Menachem spoke about!
Kol tuv, Luiz
Hello Mr. Ithzak Dráhy!Delete
I checked the link, read the information, too. The stones are very beautiful. There were also many pages in Portuguese in the case of the subject (blue diamonds). Very enlightening the link that Mr. sent me.
Kol Tuv and Shabbat Shalom Mr. Ithzak Dráhy!
That HaShem bless Mr. and all your.
New video (Rav Glazerson):
"NIBIRU 5776 PURIM":
Thank you. This is an update to the update.Delete
I know what Rav Glazerson is going through. Whenever I have found information encoded in the Torah, a day or two later is it not unusual to find more information. Everything is in there, but it is an endless search, and we can never say: we found it all.
Hello chana gurary,ReplyDelete
what means semicha??
Ordination. It is a procedure that actually ordains a Torah scholar as a Rabbi once he meets all the requirements of the organization.Delete
Unfortunately, it is also a procedure used by Conservative and Reform circles to ordain men and women as Rabbis who are not Torah scholars.
Dear Mr Absolute Truth,ReplyDelete
Thank you for your swift reply. FYI, I just asked a simple question in order to get to know you and I feel saddened by your lashon hara, I mean sc's and Mr Absolute Truth.
There are many rabbis in the world that do an excellent job. If you do not like rabbis, find them less absolute perfect than you or your wife does not want to be called rebbetzin then, for G-d's sake, why do you let YOURSELF be called Rav or Rabbi? Perhaps you could add a clarification in the sidebar on this question or post a couple of rabbis' letters of approbation...
Also, I'm sorry your intention to strengthen the bond between Am Yisrael and Hashem is good but did you never realize that you are misleading the public by this title and that this could inspire people who are totally disqualified, even goyim or messianic Jews etc to adopt this title ?
NB There are good and bad ways of doing kiruv. Inspiring fear in the Jews, adopting a false identity, and debasing others is NOT the derech!! Moshe rabenu was the greatest novi of all time because of HIS HUMILITY more than anything else. Some fruit for thought.
Just curious, did you grew up in a reform or conservative home ?
I humbly apologize for any misunderstandings that I have given you. In close to 4 years that I have been blogging, the worst ignorance that I have faced is people who weren't interested in me helping to save their lives and the lives of their loved ones because I do not have Semichah. That was a loaded statement that may sound utterly ridiculous, but I know for a fact that there are Jews who do not want to read my blog any more because of such narrow mindedness. One may say: good, who needs them; I say my love for my fellow Jew includes the narrow minded, uneducated individual. I feel the pain of everyone I deal with. I am happy to say that in over 9,000 comments and personal Emails that I have received, 99% of them are very positive, cooperative and polite. But the 1% still bothers me and requires my attention. No one should lose out on Hashem's goodness because of my ineffectiveness.Delete
I have been extremely successful (bli ayin harah) doing Kiruv over the decades. Any changes that I have made have been for the better, and I thank Hashem for leading me in directions that have given me such success. Even though I am extremely gratified by working with thousands of people at a time, which this blog and my book have afforded me, it has been the most challenging of efforts. How do you talk to everything from Observant Torah Jews, to secular readers, to Noachides, to righteous non-Jews, to idolitors at the same time? What level does one target a discussion? How do you try not to talk down to anyone, and at the same time not treat some people as ignoramuses? You are probably getting my drift. Even when I made videos on YouTube, I received different levels of comments that could only be handled on a one for one basis. Enough of my problems for now. If you have any further questions, write to me using my private Email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will be happy to assist.
Some of your questions gives me the thought that I may have given the wrong impression. First of all, I am a very big fan of Gedolim and, as Pirkei Avos tells me, I have sat at their feet like a sponge to soak up their wisdom. Most of my readers wouldn't even know the names of the great Rabbis that I have studied with, so I do not bring it up.
I have mentioned that Hashem designs our lives to help us with our missions in life. The fact that I went through an entire military career, moving often, was the best foundation for later dealings with all kinds of people in Kiruv, even Messianic Jews, who are no longer Messianic Jews. I joke about the fact that I grew up Conformadox (I just got a spell check notification), but it was Hashem's intention that I should be well educated in all areas of Judaism. It has helped my efforts greatly. As I mentioned, I probably more than qualify for Semichah, but have found that it would have been a detriment to my Kiruv efforts. Everything worked out exactly as Hashem set it up for me and my family, and I thank Him for the obvious guidance.
Along with the military training came an attitude as a disciplinarian. We live in a time that if one asks people to help in saving their lives, they can take it or leave it. When one gets more forceful about it, and tell them "you have no choice any more, time is up (and you can prove it to them)," it may sound harsh, but in the end if they come out with a much better Tikun, everyone is happy. I have told people for years now how much more concerned I seem to be about their welfare than they are, which has resulted in my readers getting the message and doing more for themselves.
Enough said for now, especially since I have said most of these things before, this was just a reminder.
LIVING IN ERETZ ISRAEL IS THE EQUIVALENT OF ALL THE MITZVOT OF THE TORAH (SIFRI, PARASHAT REE; TOSEFTA, AVODA ZARA 5:2) FORTUNATE HE WHO MERITS IN HIS LIFE TO FIX HIS RESIDENCE IN ERETZ HA KODESH (ZOHAR HA KADDOSH III 72B) AND REMOVE FROM YOUR HEART THIS FALSE BELIEF THAT A MAN HAS MORE BLESSINGS OUTSIDE THE LAND (ALSHICH HA KADDOSH, KI TAVO 28:6)Delete
Please read on Israel613.com about Lubavitch.
To understand that it is better to hold on Torah, the whole Torah, then to have a smicha from certain streams of "Judaism".
To study halacha in humbleness in Eretz Israel, then be a Rabbi of many in Mitzrayim.
The 13 will guide you.
Ask Hashem for help.
what is semicha?
Rebetzin Gurary.... Um .. thanks but i already got the meaning as soon as i posted that question.Delete
How? thanks to google.
Now to go answer you again..
Rabbi / Reb / Rav is a title given to someone who is an expert in a certain area of Jewish Law and who is permitted according to Halacha to render Jewish legal decisions.ReplyDelete
Do you have that permission ?
If not, tell people to STOP calling you by this title and announce it clearly in the sidebar !!
Still, interesting posts on your blog but please clarify your true identity.
I have never in over a thousand pages of this blog and my book ever called myself a Rav or any other title that would deceive anyone. Since I have acted as a Rebbe on the internet, I have joked about being called a Webbe, as wediculous as that sounds.Delete
I have never ever acted as a Posak to give any Halachic renderings. I have always answered Halachic questions by going to scriptures, trying to tell Hashem's opinion. Yes, I have quoted great Rabbis with whom I have studied, but it was always their Halachic answers, not mine.
I have stated my true identity many, many times, including the side panel of my blog. I am a retired Engineer and a retired US Army Officer, who has studied scriptures for close to 69 years and science for close to 60 years.
Please, we need to focus right now on NIBURU, and praying for the courage to tell what will be skeptical family and friends. So many are so blind right now caught up this world of distractions and fantasies.ReplyDelete
You are right Anonymous @ 8.38 pm.Delete
But we also have to stand up for Rav Menachem where so many learn, but some come to tell him who they think he is...
He may not have a piece of paper to state he is Rav, but he IS a teacher, and in my opinion a great one!
So I see him as Rav, i would also see him as a Rabbi, for he is that and more in the real sense of what a Rav or Rabbi should be.
A Noahide, created also by Hashem..
Now for all those very upset by Rav Menachem being addressed as RAV..too bad.
And if you have problems with my comments go challenge Hashem about Noahides, we are people too as are Goyim, as i see it, all created by Hashem, and all equal in Hashems eyes.
If anyone has a problem to how I a Noahide dare to think that way...
i say.. Go take it up with Hashem!!
Annonymous at 8:38 Hashem bless you and yours. Amen.
Hello Mr/Mrs. Anonymous!Delete
That's what this blog has done all these years. He (blog) has warned about ' absolute truth ', Nibiru is more a "chapter" of this absolute truth.
I agree with Mr./Mrs. Anonymous on the world of illusions in which people live (mostly).
A fine example is the Brazil (country where I live), is a country of people skeptical, discredited, ignorant, extremely secular, that are in a world of fantasies and illusions. The Brazil celebrates the pagan celebration that receives the name of Carnival. It's a party of Greek origin, adapted to Brazil with African rhythms. And of course, Brazil is a country essavim.
The Brazilian people was going (by mass) to the coast (beaches-places of many spiritual dirt) and dancing in the Carnival, as the country heads to the financial collapse. In relation to the spiritual, the sewer Brazilian people already live daily. Virtually no mention at all, even in the alternative media (anti-matrix) about Nibiru.
All the best!
Good for you Anonymous @ 8:30 pm, SC and Luiz! Rav Menahem has been a dedicated and patient teacher and I personally credit him for my increase in yiddishkeit. To me, he will always be a respected Rav from Israel who can actually communicate with all without having to be a "politician" mincing words. Interesting how some in the Jewish establishment are getting rattled. Losing the forest for the tree as the saying goes...refusing to focus on Rav Menahem's wonderful contributions by hanging on to a title. Pathetic. Sign of the ugly times we live in - for now. Ms.APReplyDelete
Thank you very much for your words Ms. A.P.!
Shavua Tov Ms. A.P.!
Thanks sc and Luiz for your kind words.ReplyDelete
You are right sc, saying "rav" acknowledges him as a great teacher to us Noahides, to us that is what a Rabbi is. To know the truth has always been more important to me than what people think, which of course is Torah. Blessings to you sc in these challenging times, and to you Luiz as well, stay strong!
Hello Mrs. Glenn!Delete
Thank you very much for your words!
That HaShem bless Mrs. Glenn and all your!
MsAp, Luiz snd Glenn,Delete
Thanks for the encourging words.
Ms.A.P. you said it all so well. Hashem Bless you all,
Shabbat Shalom :-)
Rav Meanachem, Shabbat Shalom to you.
Excuse me Mr. Glenn!Delete
Typed wrong (Mr.)
(I will read your replies after shabbat)
Hashem bless you and yours.
Rabbi can I skip my mortgage payment this month? Figuring that the even in best case senario is that the economy will collapase?ReplyDelete
That is a very loaded question that you need to ask a prophet. If you get an answer, let me know.Delete
I do advise, if you have outstanding credit cards balances, don't pay them off, only pay the minimum. Why? When the banks collapse, you probably won't owe it anymore.
The weirdest thing about the world economy is that it is not money that flows, but numbers in computers. Even your mortgage. Did the bank actually send money to a builder, or a seller? No, numbers were transferred from one computer to another. It is all false and when the banks fold or, as may happen, if they are destroyed, your numbers will disappear from the computer, especially is the bank doesn't even exist any more.
Bank on Hashem, He gives the highest dividends.
How can a country survive without money, an economy? Surely it doesn't matter if money is only on computer, and not in coins or paper. True things are bad, but that bad, I don't think so ... Not yet!Delete
You need to study Economics to fully understand the monetary system of this world. As an example if you review a bank's assets, you would see that only 5% of their assets are in cash, actual money, the rest is numbers in a computer as credit. It is a false system that is very unstable (way to complicated to discuss here).Delete
One additional note which is even more complicated. There are 208 countries who are about to go onto a commodity backed currency. Now, countries are dealing with useless fiat money, paper that has no backing. This is called the Global Currency Reset, and it will devastate the world economy and allow the global elite to steal quadrillions from the people (long story as to how that works).
Carne baal. That's Spanish for meat (for) the avoda zaara baal peor. The name carnival comes durectly in to the lexicon from the worship and offering to said god. It's a shame that so many are ignorant to this. Even yeshiva kids have carnival for fund raiser r'lz.ReplyDelete
Hello Mrs. Leah!Delete
It is precisely this, my rav Brazilian (chabad-lubavitch) taught me that the Carnival is the feast of the flesh.
Unfortunately the Brazilian people (essavim/hellenistic) is well "Carnivore", towards more dirty word.
That HaShem bless you and all your.
Shavua Tov and Kol Tuv!