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The picture in Israel has changed radically over the last few days.

We’re now looking at a partial lockdown straight in the face. Already, the cafes, restaurants and malls in Jerusalem and across Israel are meant to be closed.

They’ve closed the schools and kindergartens.

And now, we’re not meant to have any gatherings of more than 10 people.

It’s amazing to me that so many people aren’t figuring out that the official guidelines they keep putting out are totally illogical and unworkable in practise.

On Friday, my kid was working in the bakery. The queue kept erupting into fights, because people felt that other people were standing too close to them….

On the buses, they have now police-taped off the first 4 seats close to the driver, to save the bus driver from Coronavirus.

Again, totally retarded, because when someone coughs or sneezes it travels way, way further than that distance.

If people weren’t taking all this so terribly seriously, it would be hilarious.

Monty Python meets the Great Plague of London.

In the meantime, I joined in on the panic buying by nipping out to get more toilet paper…

I couldn’t help it. My oldest has been streaming snot like a river for the last 5 days, and she single-handedly went through a whole pack.

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Belatedly, when you can’t just buy chocolate when you feel like it, and when you start to realize that toothpaste is not to be taken for granted, and that even an onion is a present from Hashem, the whole picture really starts to change.

You start to realise just how much shefa, just how much good, Hashem has actually been showering down upon you all those years, when you were just whining and complaining and taking so much for granted.

The essence of the world is literally changing right now, as Rav Pinto said.

Everything is being reconfigured along more spiritual lines, and it’s truly pretty scary, just because it’s hard to see how we get from ‘here’ to ‘there’ in one piece, and without going nuts or running out of toilet paper in the meantime…

But God has a plan.

And He seems to be putting it firmly into action.

TBC

In ten days time, I’m meant to be flying out of Israel to go to my brother’s batmitzvah celebration in London.

I spoke to him a couple of days ago, and I told him I don’t think I’m coming.

Israel had just announced that anyone coming back from abroad would have to self-isolate for 14 days in bidud, and much as I love my brother, we have no family here, we just moved and I don’t know the neighbors, and there is no-one who could keep my family unit going with groceries if I’m out of action.

Such strange days we live in.

My daughter is currently coughing her guts up and streaming phlegm, as she always does when Spring appears and her hayfever kicks off. Although this year, with all the anxiety about Corona and a few other things going on in her life, her asthma has also ramped up again.

Most years, my daughter’s seasonal hayfever and asthma is not a big deal.

This year, with all the hysteria about Corona, she’s scared to leave the house in case people think she’s going to kill them with a sneeze.

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In the meantime, in my own dalet amot I’m having such a strange mix of tremendous good, and tremendous confusion. On the one hand, the house we managed to miraculously rent has blossomed into such a beautiful home.

We had Purim seuda yesterday, and for the first time in 7 years we had enough space to invite a few families together. Honestly, it was initially a little strange, but then we whacked the music up, started dancing and the magic happened and le ha fochu. The weird atmosphere broke and everything turned around.

For a few hours.

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So much of the time right now, I don’t know what’s good and what’s bad, what’s right and what’s wrong.

Yesterday, I went for a walk to the Kotel, and I was really pondering to myself if I’m more a Haman, or more a Mordechai, because I honestly have no idea right now if I’m giving God what He really wants, or the opposite.

Everything seems so upside down at the moment.

I know it’s all exploding in madness everywhere you look, but it still seems to me that the best response to everything that’s going on right now (apart from making some serious teshuva, particularly in how we treat other people) is:

To bake cookies.

Yes, you read that right.

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There is nothing better to do right now, apart from reciting lots of tehillim and doing lots of hitbodedut, except to bake cookies. Because until Hashem decides that the world really is ending, we parents have a duty to show our children that the world is still continuing in the meantime.

Already, our kids are struggling to stay in school. Already, they are struggling to get up in the mornings. Already, they are feeling like there is no point in continuing or carrying on, because the apocalypsa is around the corner, so what’s the point?

Honestly, don’t we grown ups feel that way too, so much of the time?

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I’m not saying this lightly.

I’ve been waiting for geula, and trying to prepare for it in as real a way as I can for at least the last 15 years. But now that it looks like we may be coming down to the wire, and the geula really might be materializing before our eyes, increasingly the most important priority for me, as a mother, seems to be keep things as ‘normal’ as I can.

That means baking cookies. That means cleaning toilets. That means doing my best to look after my children, my family, my husband the best way I can right now.

I have my People Smarts Course that’s half done, and my People Smarts book that has been waiting six months to get sent to the printers already. For months, I haven’t been able to get to it.

Finally, last week, I realized that maybe, that’s not my main work right now.

My main work seems to be to look after my family – even tho my kids are 16 and 19 already – and to make my family my main priority.

So, I find myself making sandwiches and suppers in a way that I haven’t done for years, since they were much smaller. I find myself ferrying them around in the car – not least so I can have some quality time to really talk to them – and taking them to different places and appointments and people, because it seems like there is just so much going on, at the moment.

In some ways, it feels like my family, my responsibilities to these people who I live with, and care for tremendously, have kind of been ‘getting in the way’ of my life.

At least, that’s how it looked.

But today, I’m thinking more and more, this is actually my test, right now.

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There is no better way of working on my bad middot and doing acts of kindnesses that really count than by focusing on the people in my home.

Rav Berland explained weeks ago that Corona has the same gematria as ‘mitvot bein adam l’havero’ – the mitzvahs that take place between people.

And nowhere are those mitzvahs more trampled – or more needed – than in the home.

And especially between parents and teens.

So, if you’re reading this, and you have a teen at home, and especially if you have a difficult teen at home who is struggling, stop reading this and go give them a hug. Go tell them that you think they’re amazing. Go and find something to praise about them, to their face, go make them a sandwich, take them out and get them a new top, or take them somewhere they’ve been bugging you to go for ages.

In short, go and love them unconditionally, with as much energy as you can muster.

Because that is the main test right now.

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So many people are now being forced to spend 14 days cooped up with their families, with no distractions.

There’s no malls and chugim to run away to, no work deadlines, no shopping, no shiurim, no beaches and expensive holidays and restaurants.

All there is, is our raw family unit.

And that is the real test – does it feel like gehinnom or gan eden?

Is there love in the home, or constant arguments, guilt trips and withering criticism about all the things that aren’t being done 100% ‘perfectly’?

Are cookies being baked in that home, or not?

That is the question.

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Yesterday, I was talking to my brother in the UK, who kind of summed up what’s going on:

Half of me feels like this is an overhyped load of b*llocks, and half of me feels that this is way, way worse than we’re being told and is going to be a disaster. And I don’t know which half is right.

I get you, mate! I feel exactly the same way about all this Coronavirus stuff, but in the meantime it seems the whole world is turning into a Purim Shpiel.

Aussies are slugging it out over toilet roll, and the panic buying has spread to London, too, where my mum told me my dad was out trying to track down some Kleenex and kitchen roll before it all disappeared.

Tomorrow, he’s heading back into the fray to try to pin down as many tins of beans as he can carry…..

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And even in the Levy household, there was minor panic from the husband this morning when I told him that Italy had just put 16 million people into lockdown until April.

He went really quiet, his leg started jigging, and then after a minute he said to me:

Can we go and get some extra water, and bits, just in case?

Déjà vu!

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I instantly flashed back 10 years ago, when I was stockpiling tuna, packets of couscous and mineral water like a crazy person because the autistics were telling me it was the end of the world….

Back then, my husband thought I was totally nuts, but he went along with me.

This time around, I think stockpiling is totally pointless, but I went along with him, and spent an hour unexpectedly rushing around Super Sapir trying to fit 4 six packs of water into the trolley around various canned goods, big boxes of cornflakes and bumper packs of rice cakes.

When we got home, I asked my husband:

Do you feel better now, that we got two massive boxes of cornflakes and 20 tins of tuna?

He tried to tell me that yes, that had made some difference to his mood, but honestly?

We both knew that he was lying.

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All this stockpiling, what does is really do, except just delay the inevitable?

One of my kids told me that they want to be the last ones standing, if it comes to total apocalypse, God forbid, and I laughed in their face. Way, way better to be amongst the first ones to go, and to avoid weeks and months of agonizing panic and total fear.

And in the meantime…. I believe in Hashem, and I’m adopting the ‘no big deal’ approach to all this. Because whatever God wants, that’s totally fine with me, and I’m not going to start frantically trying to plant potato tubers in the patch of earth next to my house (like my oldest kid wants to) because there is totally no point.

If God wants me alive, He’ll make sure I have what’s required to do that.

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Ironically, I’m actually enjoying myself more than I have been for over 8 years right now, since we moved in to the new place.

I love the garden. I love the view. I love the space. I love that it takes me exactly one hour to walk down to the Kotel, kiss the stones and return to my home – the perfect hitbodedut route.

Today, I headed off to the Baba Sali, to pay a long overdue visit and to tell him that finally, that palace in Jerusalem that he promised me so very long ago – with a garden! – has appeared.

I always get a lot of clarity, a lot of insight at the Baba Sali, and today was no different. I got a ‘message’ about what’s going on to share with my readers, so here it is. Take it or leave it, this is what I wrote down:

“Love Hashem! He is doing all of this for the nation of Israel. How much we suffer is totally in our hands. Lack of emuna = fear = great suffering. The more you can trust Hashem, the easier this next part will be.”

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The second book of prayers from Rabbi Berland, including the special prayer to say to be protected from Coronavirus, is due to come out in the next couple of days. I’m sure it’s going to do something big, something massive, to change the whole equation again.

Each time those books come out, they coincide with some absolutely massive things happening in the world, that simply couldn’t be foreseen.

Also, Purim is almost here, when everything can turn around again.

I already don’t know the difference between ‘Mordechai and Haman’ at this stage, so I guess I won’t need to drink very much – at all! – to fulfill the mitzvah.

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And in the meantime, the Purim Shpiel continues in full force.

It’s got to the point where I literally can’t believe some of the stuff I’m reading, like Chief Rabbis telling us not to kiss mezuzahs, and synagogues putting out instructions to not kiss the Torah in shul because of Coronavirus. The world is getting madder by the second.

Everything is changing and nothing is. The world is hanging by a thread, and yet continuing on as though nothing is happening. It’s the end of civilization as we know it, and also just another day of the media totally hyping things up and lying through their teeth.

Who knows what tomorrow will bring?

It’s going to take another few weeks until we see if this really is a big storm in a teacup, or God forbid, the start of a massive, fatal pandemic.

And in the meantime….it’s Purim.

And this year, we’re all feeling that everything has tipped upside-down.

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UPDATE:

I just got sent this link for a Facebook page promoting Rabbi Berland’s Coronavirus prayer. I’m not on Facebook, but if you are, and you want to help tip the scales away from a massive pandemic, please do get the link around in whatever way that happens, in Facebook world. Here’s the page:

https://www.facebook.com/Universal-Prayer-for-Coronavirus-100113791621534/?view_public_for=100113791621534

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5 things you can do right now, to give yourself spiritual protection against the Coronavirus.

Yesterday, I got a text telling me that the Israeli Health Ministry had pinpointed a potential ‘spreader’ of Coronavirus in Baka, the Jerusalem neighborhood where until last week I lived.

I went to check out the Health Ministry website, and saw that a 50 year old woman from NYC who subsequently flew back to the States and then was discovered to have COVID-19 had been all around Baka, and also all around the Mamilla Mall.

The site listed where she’d been on the different days, and told members of the public that if they thought they’d come into contact with this woman, they should ‘self isolate’ at home for 14 days.

So then, I went to check out what ‘self isolate’ actually means, tachlis, and honestly, it was hard to keep a straight face.

The instructions were basically to sit in a ventilated room in your house, come out of it as little as possible, and to wash your hands like a bad case of OCD before and after touching anything. Oh yes, and to wear a facemask whenever you do come out of your ventilated room.

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When I lived in the UK, we went to visit a decommissioned nuclear bunker in the countryside close to London.

This was where HM Government was meant to decamp to in case nuclear war broke out.

It was one of the most interesting places I ever went to, not least because it was screening the ‘propaganda movies’ that the British government was putting out in the 1950s, telling citizens what they should do in the event of a nuclear war.

The basic message was this:

“Draw your curtains, lock your front door, then go and sit under your table.”

Didn’t the British authorities know that none of these things would help a jot, if the Russkies decided to drop a nuke on Old Blighty?

Of course they knew that! But they deliberately put out misleading information encouraging people to ‘sit under their tables’ in order to keep people off the streets if something did trip off, and to give them something to do – however pointless – to help quell that mounting sense of panic.

When I read the Health Ministry instructions yesterday, I caught a powerful whiff of déjà vu.

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So today, I went off to the same bakery in Baka I’ve been going to for two years, that usually has a queue so big on a Friday morning it snakes around a few times – and it was pretty quiet. I went to the health store, that is also usually buzzing Friday morning around their breakfast buffet – and it was also pretty quiet.

I guess half of Baka has decided they need to ‘self isolate’ because that one woman was in the Hadar Mall and Osher Ad, and the rest of the customers have decided to avoid Baka like the plague (so to speak….) until things have calmed down.

Whenever that is meant to be.

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In the meantime, the rubber is really starting to hit the road, with this whole Coronavirus epidemic.

That means that the differences between people who really are trying to have emuna, and who really are holding on to our true tzaddikim, and the people who don’t are about to become very obvious.

Already, some of my kids’ friends are experiencing panic attacks and obsessing over wearing facemasks. Already, some people are starting to stockpile bottles of water, and to buy in six packs of tuna.

But with Pesach barely six weeks away, how much dry goods can you really stockpile anyway? And where are you meant to keep the 90 litres of bottled water you’d really need to keep going for six weeks of chaos? And who is to say that even if you ‘prepped’ like a superstar, and was totally stocked up, that some less prepared people with guns and violent tendencies wouldn’t just come and take it all away, anyway?

Déjà vu. Déjà vu.

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Eleven years ago, back in 2008, when all the banks started to fail, I was deep in my ‘autistics fearmongering’ stage, and I never had less than 36 bottles of water stored somewhere in my house, plus tens of tins of tuna, plus many bags of couscous.

This time around, even tho things are looking like it’s about to get pretty complicated, at least short term, at least in some way, until we see which way this Coronavirus epidemic is really going to swing, I am not stockpiling anything.

Instead, I’m switching my ‘prepping for disaster’ into the spiritual realm, and this is what is in my ‘spiritual survival kit’.

I strongly recommend you also go and put something like this together for yourself, ASAP.

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5 Things That Will Give You Spiritual Protection Against The CoronaVirus

  • A copy of Rabbi Berland’s prayer to be saved from the Coronavirus. You can download it as a PDF here, and I’m also including it here on my site, below, to make this super easy for you. Download it, PRINT IT OFF, so you have a physical hard copy in your home, and say it every day.

https://ravberland.com/wpcontent/uploads/2020/02/coronavirus-prayer.pdf

  • Tikkun HaKlali – there are so many stories of people who saw open miracles in Israel’s past wars, rocket attacks and intifadas, from regularly reciting the Tikkun HaKlali. You can buy one here, or you can get a PDF with English transliteration that you can download and print off HERE.

UPDATE: They took the Tikkun Haklali out of the document because Artscroll complained it was infringing their copyright to transliterate it in that fashion. So, please try THIS version instead – it’s a Hebrew version with an English translation.

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Rabbi Berland just put out a new message asking people to recite 7 Tikkun HaKlalis a day.

I know that’s a lot, but make a commitment to saying at least one – or 3 – or something – every single day, because as I’ve written about previously: we aren’t saying this prayer for the Rav. We are saying these prayers 100% for ourselves. We are the ones who will benefit the most from reciting the Tikkun HaKlali.

  • Make a real effort to improve your mitzvoth bein adam l’chavero. This phrase has the same gematria – 363 – as ‘Corona’ in Hebrew, and was identified by the Rav as being one of the main things that the Coronavirus is coming to rectify.

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Tachlis, that means treating other people nicer.

And the main place to start with this mitzvah is in your own household. How are you treating your spouse? Your kids? Your parents? Your siblings? Are you considerate of other people’s feelings, or are YOU the only one that ever appears in the picture?

How often do you practice bitul, the art of backing down and nullifying what you want or what you prefer, in order to respect someone else’s wishes and free choice? (This is often a huge problem for parents, who can continue to emotionally bully and negate their children well into their adulthood.)

How often do you do a real cheshbon hanefesh, and then apologise for the things that we all say and do, all the time, that hurt other people, even unintentially?

How much tzedaka are you giving out with a happy heart? How much effort are you making to practice Azamra, which is the art of seeing the good in other people, especially our fellow Jew?

And especially ourselves, because people who can’t see the good in themselves, and who don’t like themselves very much, are usually the people who are so very harsh and hurtful to those around them.

Especially their kids, and their spouses.

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  • The next thing in the spiritual toolkit is to work on emunat tzaddikim, and in particular, that means double-checking if you spoke or thought badly of any tzaddik, but especially Rabbi Eliezer Berland.

As you can see HERE, some of the kabbalists in Israel are breaking cover to identify Rabbi Berland as the head of the lamed vav tzaddikim, the 36 holy Jews in whose merit the world continues.

Well-known kabbalists including Rabbi Menashe Amon and Rabbi Amos Guetta have both made statements recently that link the spread of Coronavirus to the treatment of Rabbi Berland, and that also make clear that the Rav is ONLY in prison because he is atoning on behalf of Am Yisrael.

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It’s going to be interesting to watch how this Coronavirus plague starts to operate in Israel, and who it’s going to really affect, because this whole thing is spiritual.

For example, Baka happens to be the stronghold of American Reform and Masorti in Jerusalem, so no big shocker that it’s one of the first places slated for mass quarantine.

But I’ve also heard that chareidi journalists and Israeli prison guards have also already been put into quarantine, as well as generals in the IDF.

They are talking about closing down all of the government institutions this coming week, including courts and prisons, depending on what happens next.

None of this is a coincidence, it’s a direct hint as to who is in the sites of this spiritual virus, and what they might have done to get themselves there.

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The last thing I have in my spiritual toolkit against the Coronavirus is this:

  • Adopt a positive attitude and remember Ein Od Milvado. Sure, I could sit here panicking that the end is nigh, and that total chaos and apocalypse is going to break out any second. But how is that going to help me?

If God wants me dead, He doesn’t need a Coronavirus to do it. I drive in Israel, I live next to a million Arabs on the seam in East Jerusalem. Every day I come back from Route 1 in one piece, that’s a miracle. Every day there isn’t a terrorist attack, a terrorist rocket, a bomb, a stabbing, a ramming incident, that’s an open miracle.

God doesn’t need a germ to kill me.

Also, what I think and believe actually creates the reality.

If I’m panicking 24/7, and believing every little cough is potentially fatal, that is creating that reality for me – and it’s a horrible reality to live.

If instead I adopt a ‘no big deal’ approach to all this stuff – and everything else that’s going on at the moment that could be very worrying and upsetting – then I will come through it all in way better shape emotionally and physically, regardless of what actually happens.

I’m not in charge of the world. God is.

The more I internalize that, the happier I feel.

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So like I said, this whole Coronavirus is going to be a huge test of emuna, and emunat tzaddikim.

It’s going to smoke out the fakers in an obvious way, and it’s going to encourage huge swathes of Am Yisrael to actually stop running away from God, and to sit still and really just be in their lives, for a change.

When you have to spend 14 days at home with your family, with very little distractions, that is bound to show you exactly where the fault lines lie in your relationships and personality.

No more running away into work, or shopping, or exercising, or socializing.

People will just be faced with themselves, and with the true state of their own souls, and with the stark reality that they aren’t in control of anything, however much they hoped and believed different.

And that’s when the real geula magic will start to happen.

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Did Rabbi Menashe Amon just reveal the head of the Lamed Vavnikim?

With all the moving, it’s been almost impossible to pause for breath to try to get a bead on what is really going on, with all this Coronavirus stuff.

But yesterday, I had the first bit of headspace in a long time to start digging into things in a little more depth, and below I’m sharing my impressions of what I’m coming across.

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First stop was that I actually watched this awesome video that brought the words of the kabbalist Rabbi Menashe Amon, about the link between slandering Rabbi Berland, and epidemics and plagues erupting in Israel – and also in Jewish homes abroad where slander and lashon hara is a big problem.

If you haven’t seen the video yourself, here it is below (they are working on English subtitles, I don’t know if they are up yet.)

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Here’s a few things that struck me about this video:

  • If you check at around the 1:30 min mark, you will see a video clip of Rabbi Menashe Amon performing an exorcism on a young man. This clip was so shocking, it was actually run on secular Israeli TV by none other than Amnon Levy, who then interviewed Rabbi Amon about what was actually going on.

There is absolutely no way you can fake someone’s body moving in that totally bizarre, supernatural way, in front of a whole bunch of people, plus being recorded.

That clip all by itself establishes that Rabbi Amon is a real kabbalist and someone who actually knows what they are talking about.

Halevai, that we should ever see something even a 100th of a percent as authentically ‘other worldly’ from all these YouTube rabbis that everyone likes to quote all the time, or refer to as ‘tzaddikim’.

But I digress.

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It’s no chiddush that Rav Amon clearly links the spread of the Coronavirus with slandering Rabbi Berland, and speaking badly of him.

But what really made me sit up and take notice was when Rav Amon said this:

Dear Jews, there is a great injustice happening here, that people don’t know about. We can’t see it, off in the distance, because we don’t have the spiritual eyes required to understand. There is a Rav, and there is a Tzaddik, there are the Lamed Vav Tzaddikim… (the 36 righteous tzaddikim in whose merit the world continues to exist), and there is the leader of the Lamed Vav Tzaddikim.

Do you know, what a holy Jew Rabbi Eliezer Berland actually is? This is kodesh kodeshim (holy of holies).

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This is basically a public admission that Rabbi Berland is the current leader of the Lamed Vav Tzaddikim.

And seeing that stated so obviously, by someone who can perform exorcisms and is clearly a genuinely expert kabbalist in his own right, totally blew my socks off.

But there was something else that Rav Amon said that also really spoke to me.

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As you know if you follow this blog, I spent the last 2-3 years writing a whole bunch of things on behalf of Rabbi Berland. Currently, There are 8 books (plus a haggadah) including the biography One in a Generation, plus books containing the Rav’s translated prayers, conversations, advice, miracles and words of wisdom on the Parsha of the week.

It’s been a lot of work, and after all that, the books are selling in minuscule amounts.

What kept me going was the feeling that while in olam hazeh, none of my efforts really got anywhere, in my hitbodedut I kept getting the message that all this stuff was far more important than it looked.

It was a reassuring thought, but until I watched that video from Rav Amon, I wasn’t 100% convinced. Maybe, 82% convinced, which meant that there has still been some wiggle room for the yetzer hara to try and induce the idea that I’ve been wasting large chunks of my life the last few years, God forbid.

But then, when Rav Amon started explaining the real spiritual level of Rabbi Berland, and stating so baldly the huge punishment awaiting those people who slander him, I started to realise what a tremendous zchar I’ve actually had – even if not a single book ever sells.

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Rav Amon also explained that having the privilege of giving Rav Berland money, charity, a pidyon, any sort of donation or help at all, is something that we simply can’t understand here in the upside-down world.

Rav Amon explained that giving Tzaddikim like the Rav money is a huge merit, a spiritual present, and that the more money we give, the greater the zchar we actually have in olam haba – even if down here, we don’t always have something tangible to show for it.

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Taken together, all this stuff just started making me feel like Hashem really loves me, that He’s given me the tremendous privilege of working on projects on behalf of the Rav, the last few years.

And also, at least in my world, I’ve been seeing such tremendous blessings show up recently, albeit still mixed in with some massive challenges, especially on the emotional front.

For example, I know that this amazing house I’m currently renting is a total miracle, and in the merit of the Rav. I have no other way of explaining it.

And I’m also seeing things start to open up in some other areas, too.

As the bad guys start to fall, the good guys – or at least, the people doing their best to help and respect the good guys – will start to rise.

And that process is going to accelerate from here on in.

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The last thing to say is that it’s not too late to make teshuva, and to stake your place out firmly on the side of good.

Go pay some money towards helping the Rav defray his spiraling legal and medical costs.

Buy some books and distribute them.

Print off some of his prayers, especially the prayer to be saved from the Coronavirus, and send them around. They’re available in 37 languages now, so there’s something for everyone.

And definitely, definitely make some serious teshuva for any lashon hara you may have engaged in about the Rav, either actively or passively.

Because industrial doses of Vitamin C aren’t going to help to stave off disaster if you find yourself on the wrong side of this equation, when the boom finally comes down.

And we’re edging closer to that happening all the time.

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UPDATE:

They just put out the full video of Rav Menashe Amon’s words about Rabbi Berland, with English subtitles. You can see it here – and please feel free to send it around.

The more people who being to understand what’s really going on here, the better it will be for all of us.

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The last few days, I’ve been rushed off my feet moving house.

Baruch Hashem, God found us a gem of a rental very close to the Old City, and for only a little bit more than we were paying for the mold-infested place we ended up renting for two years in Baka, after my attempted house purchase went very, very wrong.

What can I tell you?

This is the first house I’ve ever lived in, that I can actually see myself staying in for a very long time… The fact that we’re just renting it, and not buying it, is admittedly a small obstacle to that, but to paraphrase an Uman song, God already brought us this far, and He can for sure take us all the way to that outcome, too.

If He wants to.

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And in the week I’ve been offline….

So much is going on, isn’t it?

We are heading into na’hafochu land, where the upside-down world is about to get tipped on its head, and that blanket that we were warned about a long time ago is getting shaken around a million miles an hour.

One minute we’re up, the next minute, we’re down. One minute it’s all great, fine, wonderful, and the next minute we can be sobbing our hearts out, and feeling like the world really is mamash about to end.

I’ve been whipped around from one emotional to extreme to another non-stop the last few weeks.

But the strange thing is that the very same day that ‘everyone else’ started really panicking about Corona Virus, and economic meltdowns, and war with Gaza, and a million other things…. I woke up feeling better than I’ve felt for a very long time.

True, that was also the day I moved house, and it definitely could be connected.

But also true, that I tend to pick up the energetic ‘vibe’, whatever God is sending down to the planet, 2-3 weeks before everyone else starts to feel it.

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I’ve been feeling pretty bad, since November.

And now, I’m feeling calm and quietly optimistic that the best is yet to come, and that there are going to be some magnificent spiritual surprises in store for Am Yisrael, and those who have been doing their best to hang on to their neshamas in the face of tremendous tests and challenges.

It’s going to come good.

I feel it in my bones.

And I also read a very interesting Likutey Moharan that I thinks links Azamra, or seeing the good in our fellow Jew, with the Corona Virus….

More on that soon, BH, once I’ve unpacked a little more, and have a bit more headspace.

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So hang on, dear reader. Rav Berland told us a long time ago that the lies would have to intensify to the point where none of us have any idea what is really ‘true’ and what is really ‘false’ anymore, before Moshiach will be revealed.

Judging by what’s playing out currently – and all the confusion we’re all feeling in every part of our lives, both public and private – I think we must be very close to that happening.

And that’s when things really start to get exciting.

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While I’m here, I just wanted to send ‘Nachum’ – the fake name, of someone who used a fake email to send me two obnoxious comments about what’s going on with Rabbi Berland, a quick message:

You are a nob.

I tried sending it to his email, but it was fake….

Gotta love that willingness to bravely stand up for your viewpoint, ‘Nachum’. What an awesome warrior for truth and justice you must be. I’m sure you’re making your mum very proud of you. Oh, and maybe up your meds? Just a thought.

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POSTSCRIPT:

After I wrote that small rant, I went and checked up the IP address of ‘Nachum’ – yes I can do that legally – and guess what I learned?

The comments were sent from an email registered to someone called ‘Namad’ in Jerusalem. Namad is an Arab name… (and the print out I got includes their real email and their mobile phone number. See? I can also act like a psycho when I want to.)

And so, the plot thickens. I’m starting to wonder just how many of the psychos out there commenting in all sorts of poisonous ways about Jews are actually not Jews at all, but anti-Semites trying to muddy the waters even more…

It makes you think, doesn’t it?

How many non-Jews have been stirring things up between Jews online by pretending to be kosher ‘Nachum’ from Jerusalem?

I have a feeling all this is going to start getting revealed in some very interesting ways, very soon.

TBC

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Slow posting here, as I’m moving house soon, BH.

But in the meantime, I wanted to share this excellent shiur with you, by Rabbi Yissachar Berg, which explains why Rav Berland has to sit in prison right now, as part of the process of dismantling the Erev Rav and bringing geula.

You can also read the key points HERE.

Enjoy!

I have so much to get on with….

I’m moving house in less than a week, and there’s so much to do.

And yet, I’m sitting here still feeling totally out of it, and like I just don’t know what to do with myself.

Except… watch videos like this one.

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It’s 8 years since this song came out, can you believe it?

Since then, I’ve seen so many people leave Israel, so many people get divorced, so many kids go screeching off the derech, so many people go plain nutso.

How many times have we all just felt like giving up, already? And just letting go of all this ‘geula’ and ‘moshiach’ stuff, because how long can we just sit here hanging on, by our finger tips, and trying to fight off the rising tide of tumah that’s just every where?

8 years ago, we seemed so much closer to redemption happening than today, at least in some ways.

People were so much more excited about going to Torah classes, and trying to live life with emuna, and so many of us were making so much effort to try to raise our game and to live a life of real kedusha.

And today?

Well, from where I sit I’ve just seen one person after another crack up, from trying to live up to an unrealistic ideal of what a ‘geula-ready Jew’ actually looks like.

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If God hadn’t had mercy on me, and totally crushed me into the floor when I moved to Jerusalem back in 2014, then that’s exactly what would have happened to me, too.

My kids would have gone screeching off the derech a million per cent, tortured by parents who expected ‘frum perfection’ and who refused to compromise, or move even a millimeter to try to meet their children where they were really at.

I would have either jumped off a bridge, or got a padded jacket to match the padded turban I was being told to believe was the epitome of female frum-ness.

And we would have either moved to a dumpster, or given up and fled back to chul, God forbid, if my husband hadn’t found the courage to go back to work even though there were so many people lining up to tell him that ‘God provides parnassa’, as long as you have enough emuna.

We didn’t have ‘enough’ emuna to get our parnassa provided in an openly miraculous way, and thank God we didn’t.

Because since then, I’ve been writing one thing after another, trying to warn against the huge perils involved in all this phony, fake, holier-than-thou yiddishkeit.

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This shabbat, I had one of my kid’s friends in my house.

They grew up in a baal teshuva chareidi home which is super-duper machmir in a million-and-one ways, and doing a whole bunch of things so strictly, and so correctly, this kid has been totally traumatised by the idea of keeping shabbat.

Long story short, they kind of ended up at my house ‘by mistake’ this week, as their plans to go elsewhere fell through at the last minute, so my daughter brought them home to us. This friend is amazing, one of the most impressive souls I’ve met in a long term. Holy, doing hitbodedut every day, thinks and talks about God a lot, is really struggling to be a mensch and to do the right thing.

Yet they can’t sit by the table, for Shabbat.

They can’t go 25 hours without using the need to smoke a cigarette as a convenient ‘out’ from having to be in the house.

They are barely on their phone the rest of the week, and yet on the holy sabbath, they sit there playing games on it almost endlessly, texting their other ‘off the derech’ friends – anything to provide a mental escape route from the obvious emotional pain and difficulty spending shabbat with a family is causing them.

I can’t help but wonder:

What on earth went on, to cause this reaction?

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But really, I already know.

Because I so easily could have done the same, to my kids.

I so easily could have created an environment of ridiculously high, unrealistic expectation which would cast my poor kids as ‘bad’ the moment they stopped being ‘perfect’.

And because no-one can be ‘perfect’ 24/7, so many of our children are growing up feeling they must be ‘bad’, or ‘Erev Rav’, or some other form of messed-up / evil incarnate, just because they couldn’t sit at a Shabbat table singing endless zemirot for 2 hours, or because they wanted to wear jeans, and not black pants, or because they wanted to listen to a song by Ed Sheeran.

How have we come to this low place, where some of our brightest and best souls relate to themselves as ‘bad’ people just because they happen to smoke, or have an i-Phone?

This isn’t yiddishkeit. This isn’t Breslov.

Rabbenu tells us always, judge the action, don’t judge the Jew. The Jew is only and ever good, just their neshama got eaten by a massive klipa, that has been carefully crafted by the Samech Mem to make them feel like nothing they do is ever good enough.

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And it’s not just all these teenage drop-outs that are getting that message.

Their parents are also operating in that atmosphere of harsh fear and judgment, where they feel nothing they do is ever going to be good enough for Hashem. That Hashem is just waiting for them to drop the ball and watch a Michael Jackson video on Youtube so He can smash them into oblivion, God forbid.

This isn’t yiddishkeit!!!! This isn’t Breslov!!!! This isn’t emuna!!!!

And it certainly isn’t Azamra.

God loves us all so, so much. He knows how hard it is right now, how tough the struggle to hold on really is. He knows that we don’t want all this naarishkeit, all this tumah. That really all we want is Him, and Moshiach, and the rebuilt Temple, and to serve Him in holiness and temimut again.

God knows all that.

And He loves us.

And if we can get to the stage where we start to realise that we and our teens and our fellow Jews are really JUST GOOD, however ‘bad’ they (and we….) may look and behave some times, however big the klipa that’s swallowed them up, that’s when the crying will finally stop.

And the geula will finally happen.

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Kicking off 7pm, on Wed 12.2.2020, at the Kotel

UPDATE: THE LOCATION HAS BEEN CHANGED FROM HEVRON TO THE KOTEL, THE TIME HAS BEEN CHANGED TO 7PM

You know, I’m totally knackered at the moment. Today is a little better than it’s been all week, but even though there is so very much stuff going on, I barely have the energy to notice, if you know what I mean.

This is going to be a mish-mash post.

First and most importantly, there is going to be another (hopefully huge….) prayer gathering taking place at the Kotel tomorrow, beginning at 7pm. If you want details on the buses etc, call the Breslov line (it’s in Hebrew – if I get more details in English I’ll update this post):

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Why should you bother going, and making all this effort to get out there and pray on behalf of Rav Berland? What do you care, right? What has it got to do with you, if the Israeli police are ramping up their persecution of the Rav and Shuvu Banim again?

Simple.

We aren’t praying for the Rav when we go to these things, we’re actually praying for ourselves.

We’re the ones that need all the help we can get, all the yeshuot, all the atonement for the billion and one sins we’ve been busy with since the last prayer gathering (just talking for myself of course….).

Personally, I have seen so many things move in my life in a good way, when I make the effort to be part of these prayer gatherings in Hevron. I don’t usually stay longer than an hour, and that’s OK. It’s just the effort to get there, and be part of it, that really counts.

So, come join me!

Unless of course your life is perfect and wonderful right now, in which case, I guess your motivation for trying to get this geula process moved on the sweet way probably isn’t so intense.

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Next on the list, I got emailed by a journalist from the online news station i24, who wants to potentially interview me about Rav Berland. I have very mixed feelings about doing that, because you can’t trust a journalist as far as you can throw them when it comes to reporting facts about Rabbi Berland.

So, I told him I’m happy to do a live interview that can’t be cut, manipulated or misrepresented.

I’ll be amazed if he still wants to go ahead, but we’ll see.

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Next, I’ve got the latest shiur for women to share with you, which is about ribui or, or how to cope with all this spiritual light that’s coming down ahead of Moshiach showing up, while still being able to actually function in the world down here.

It’s for women only, password protected and you can see it here:

(I had the wrong link up here, thanks to Rachel and Inna for letting me know. If you try this now, it should work as long as you have the password.)

If you want the password, you can get it by joining the Breslov Ladies mailing list here:

https://peoplesmarts.activehosted.com/f/3

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Next up, a reader shared the following, and I asked if I could post it up more widely.

They said yes, so here it is:

Message: I woke up this shabbos afternoon and told my wife that I just dreamt of the rav. In my dream I saw him in what resembled the barracks in the concentration camps, he was under his talis and learning a sefer. He asked me, almost rhetorically, “what does the Gemara say about the signs of moshiachs imminent arrival?” (paraphrased)

I tried asking him what Masechet, but did not get an answer. I automatically thought of this gemara:
אמר רבי זירא אמר רבי ירמיה בר אבא: “דור
שבן דוד בא קטיגוריא בתלמידי חכמים”

פרש”י: הרבה מסטינים ומלמדים חובה יעמדו
עליהם:

בבלי כתובות

Although I didn’t know the exact source until someone just sent it randomly on a WhatsApp group (which kinda put the icing on the cake and triggered me to send you this.)

Anytime I see the Rav in my dreams, they usually come with amazing significance and personal revelations. I always wake up so uplifted and happy, I know for certain that these dreams are real! On motzei shabbos here in NJ at around 10pm I saw the breaking news that the Rav was arrested and it all just clicked.

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And the last thing in this mish-mash post is that two days ago, my upstairs neighbor fainted in his apartment. He’s a healthy, young-ish man, so his wife freaked out when it happened.

Two ambulances showed up pronto, and that’s when we discovered that apparently there is a virulent strain of flu currently going around Israel right now, that causes people to faint. Thank God, that’s all it’s doing.

But it was another clear reminder just how much the Rav is actually sweetening everything with this Coronavirus outbreak, and why we need to keep close to him, and keep praying, even though if you feel the way I do right now, you have totally no oomph for anything much.

I’m meant to be moving house again in a couple of weeks, and because I know I’m moving on to pastures new, it’s kinda hard to find the motivation to keep the current place so ordered.

My daughter put is best when I asked her to tidy her room:

I don’t feel like tidying it up now, because I know I have to pack soon anyway, so I’ll just do it all then.

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I think in some way, that’s what is going on with all of us right now, too.

We can feel things are about to change, and that’s part of why it’s so very hard to get on with anything. My brain has been feeling like mush all week. Today, it’s a little better than it’s been, but clearly the amount of ‘stress vibes’ in the air has been tremendous, recently.

But like I told my kid, and like I talk about in the class above, life has to go on, while we’re waiting for Moshiach to show up.  There’s still mitzvahs to perform, people to help, tikkunim to rectify. And we still have to keep going in this world of asiyah, even though that’s coming so hard at the moment.

BH, when my brain grows back a little more, (probably after the atzeret tomorrow at the Kotel) I’ll have a more coherent post for you. But in the meantime, this is what I’ve got. We’ve been round this loop so many times, I have no more energy to even get excited about it all, either way.

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This morning, Rabbi Eliezer Berland was arrested. It’s 100% connected to the CoronaVirus.

Three days ago, on February 6th, 2020, the ravberland.com site posted up an article entitled:

“Rabbi Berland Explains The Spiritual Cause of the Corona Virus.”

That article quoted Rabbi Berland explaining that the Corona Virus n-2019 was:

“[S]preading due to the sins of pgmei habrit, (literally, ‘blemishing the covenant’), and also from the sin of eiver min ha-hai, eating a limb or organ from a live animal.”

The post continued that: [P]eople aren’t connecting the epidemic back to their true cause, i.e. human sins…and continued that if we don’t wake up, that this new coronavirus epidemic could even reach the shores of Israel, lo aleynu.”

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That post then took an apparently ‘unconnected’ leap over to a quote about when Moshiach ben David is coming, and then mentioned that Rabbi Berland:

“[H]as been returning to the subject of eiver min ha-hai, and connecting it back to the sin of the brothers in slandering and selling the Tzaddik HaDor of their generation, Yosef HaTzaddik.

In a nutshell, the Rav said that the main dispute between the brothers and Yosef was over whether it was permissible for them to eat eiver min ha-hai, or at least, to have the appearance  of that.”

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Next, that post brought the passage from Likutey Moharan I:83, where Rebbe Nachman said:

“When the Holy One wants to taste the positive mitzvos of a Jew who is a tzaddik, at the moment he is [still] an aspect of a ‘limb from a living [creature],’ (eiver min ha-hai) which is forbidden for consumption, and requires kosher slaughter to make it permissible.

“Therefore, it’s necessary that humiliation, [an aspect of] spilling of blood, an aspect of kosher slaughter, should come upon him.  This purifies the eiver min ha-hai [and makes it permissible].  Then Hashem can taste his positive mitzvos, whether one mitzvah or several mitzvos…”

(I highly recommended you read the whole thing, for context.)

Basically, it’s connecting eiver min ha-hai with the slander and humiliation that the Tzaddik takes upon himself, in order to prevent millions of Jews – and others – from being slaughtered because of deep spiritual tikkunim (rectifications).

This subject was covered in detail in the Knishta Chadar Newsletter from 5777 – almost three years’ ago. At the end of that article in Knishta Chadar, Rabbi Berland explained:

“AND THIS IS HOW THE TZADDIK SAVES THE WORLD FROM TOTAL DESTRUCTION.”

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In the FOOTNOTES for that piece, it spelled out how ‘Corona’ has the same gematria as ‘eiver min ha-hai’ = 367:

ק=100

ו=6

ר=200

ו=6

נ=50

ה=5

סה”כ 367

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אכל אבר מן החי

א=1

כ=20

ל=30

א=1

ב=2

ר=200

מ=40

ן=50

ה=5

ח=8

י=10

סה”כ 367

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Thursday, February 7th, 2020, the following appeared on the Shuvu Banim website:

The World Is Hanging By A Thread

This morning (Thursday) after finishing his morning learning schedule and immersing in the mikvah, Rebbi Eliezer Berland shlit”a said in a stern voice:

“THERE’S A TERRIBLE DECREE OF WORLD DESTRUCTION BY THE CORONAVIRUS.”

The Rav went on to explain that all of humanity including animals and plants are in danger of complete destruction.

And began quickly stating gematrias as to the spiritual cause of this terrible illness. Among others ben adam l’chaveiro the commandment which includes all interpersonal laws has the same numerical value as corona in Hebrew 363.

Open hearing this and seeing the look of concern on the Rabbi’s face, his attendant asked, “What should we do?”

Rav Berland answered:

“We will write a prayer and the decree will be cancelled. The prayer should be translated in all languages and read all over the world. With that the virus it will leave as quickly as it came leaving no trace behind.”

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In the meantime, I got contacted by the gabbai of a Lamed Vav, who told me to publicise that the authorities were lying about the true extent of the pandemic, and that 10,000 people an hour were being infected by the virus.

Separately, information started surfacing on the Taiwan National News site which appeared to show that the real mortality rate of this strain of Corona Virus is actually around 16%.

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HERE’S WHAT HAPPENED NEXT:

The call went out for volunteers to help get Rabbi Berland’s prayer translated, and within 24 hours, thanks to the hard work of some volunteers, and the generosity of a donor who paid for a number of additional translations, the prayer was available in 36 languages, including Chinese, Japanese, Greek and even Arabic.

At that point, my husband had the idea to try to send out a press release about the special prayer the Rav had written about stopping the spread of the Corona Virus, to try to give it more traction.

Literally, the last hour before Shabbat fell in Jerusalem, we finished making the arrangements to get it sent out, and our PR guy told us the release would be out in the world by 4pm Jerusalem time today, Sunday February 9th, 2020.

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In the meantime, lots of things started to happen.

First, headlines like this started popping up on news sites all over the place – and remember, they are still hiding the true extent of the deaths being caused by this pandemic:

Real number of coronavirus cases ‘could be 10 times higher’ than figures suggest

A screenshot purportedly showing the real death toll of the coronavirus in China — putting it over 80 times higher than the official number — has gone viral. 

https://www.dailysabah.com/health/2020/02/06/real-coronavirus-death-toll-much-higher-chinese-hospital-employee-in-wuhan-says

Coronavirus more deadly than SARS as global death toll reaches 813

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And then this morning at 7am, I got a text telling me that Rabbi Berland, shlita, has just been arrested by the corrupt Israeli authorities, together with his wife, and a few of his attendants.

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Here’s the screenshot from the JPOST, where you can see the headlines about the growing threat from the Corona Virus and Rav Berland’s arrest side-by-side.

Now let me ask you something, do you think all this is some sort of ‘coincidence’?

It’s exactly what happened back in 2012/3, and again in 2015, when the Rav’s public humiliation and arrest coincided with the G-6 countries deciding to rip-up the agreement that they were secretly about to conclude that would let Iran start manufacturing nuclear weapons unhindered.

The Rav had been warning about Iran’s nuke for years, and telling his yeshiva that he would have to go into exile and face terrible humiliation for years, in order to neutralize the threat from Iran.

And then it happened, exactly as he said.

I wrote all about that, with dates and details, in One in a Generation Volume II, which you can get HERE.

And now, we see that the exact same thing is happening again.

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For months, the Rav has been ‘joking’ about needing to go back to prison again, and saying that this time the whole yeshiva will come with him, and they’ll just learn Torah in prison without any distractions….

Back in November, he said that he wanted 10 translated prayers a week put up on the ravberland.com site, to help him fight against the: “10 crowns of impurity.”

That’s exactly when all this ridiculous farce with the Israeli police began, as I wrote about in detail here:

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At the end of that article from November 10, 2019, here’s what I wrote:

So, I think this latest blood libel against the Rav is going to start shining the spotlight on the corrupt medical profession, and all the lies they like to tell about what’s really causing illnesses, and what’s really curing them.

In the meantime, Rabbi Berland has been warning for months that the situation is so bad, he’s going to have to take on a new disgrace that will make the last one look like a walk in the park.

I wrote about that months ago, here.

And it seems, that time has now come.

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This latest deadly outbreak of Corona Virus – so-called, because the protein spikes makes it look like a crown – apparently began in November. See this:

An Evidence-based Hypothesis that the Epidemic began in November 2019 or earlier and at a location other than the Wuhan Huanan seafood market: Major Implications.

Do you think all this is a coincidence?

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Lastly, there’s understandably been so much speculation about ‘why is it happening’, including the patently ludicrous idea that China is getting hit because it’s daring to stand up to America’s economic imperialism.

But if you take a careful look at what I set out above, a strong contender for the ‘spiritual cause’ starts to swim into clear focus.

I know it’s hard to piece it all together sometimes, so let’s set it out a bit more clearly, below:

CLUE 1:

Rav Berland explains that the virus is spreading due to pgam habrit and the sin of eiver min ha-hai.

CLUE 2:

Rebbe Nachman, in Lesson 1:83 of Likutey Moharan, equates ‘the Tzaddik’ with an aspect of eiver min ha-hai. He then explains that when this Tzaddik is humiliated and scorned, this ‘koshers’ the problem of eiver min ha-hai.

CLUE 3:

The Corona Virus outbreak has been traced back to a live animal market in Wuhan, a place where the Chinese come to buy live animals, including snakes and frogs, which they then cut the still beating hearts out of, to eat ‘live’.

This is the physical world / non-Jewish aspect of eiver min ha-hai.

CLUE 4:

We know that everything that happens in the world is designed to get the Jewish people to make teshuva.

So, given that principle, what’s the Jewish angle to this whole eiver min ha-hai idea?

Rabbenu tells us clearly:

Eiver min ha-hai is connected to the Tzaddik of the generation, who is humiliated and scorned, and willingly goes through all that in order to sweeten the harsh judgments and save the Jewish people.

Or to put it in other words:

Tzaddik of the generation              = Rabbi Eliezer Berland

Eiver min ha-hai                             = Rabbi Eliezer Berland

Humiliating and slandering Rabbi Eliezer Berland is the root cause, Jewishly, of the Corona Virus pandemic.

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So, to all the people who have written bad things about Rabbi Berland in the past, and gossiped about him, and stopped other Jews from coming closer to him and his Torah, here’s your chance – possibly your last chance – to make some real teshuva for what you did.

Today, the Rav got arrested, as part of his ongoing attempt to ‘sweeten’ the decree of the deadly Corona Virus n-2019 pandemic.

It’s just history repeating itself, another version of what happened back in 2014, when he got arrested in Zimbabwe on exactly the same day the Iranian nuke fizzled.

If anything, it’s way, way easier to see that this latest bunch of ‘charges’ against the Rav is just 100% government persecution. I’ve been documenting everything that’s happened as we’ve been going along, so it’s as clear as day to see that the whole thing is fabricated from start to finish.

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But the Rav is trying to save the world again, and God likes to give everyone a second chance.

The Rav asked to get that prayer around the world, in every language we can.

So, here’s the challenge:

Are you going to help the Tzaddik HaDor prevent this pandemic from spreading further and killing potentially millions of people, even if that’s going to cause you a little social anxiety and discomfort?

Or, are you going to continue to participate in the sin of eiver min ha-hai, and disdain and slander him?

As we can see, the people engaged in the sin of eiver min ha-hai – in all its aspects – are the ones dropping dead from this Corona Virus plague.

So chew this choice over carefully.

Your life could depend on it.

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UPDATE:

I just found this video when I was looking at possible connections between recent earthquakes in Wuhan and the Coronavirus outbreak. It’s not about earthquakes…. but it’s pretty interesting, for a bunch of other reasons, not least that 5G launched in Wuhan as the ‘test city’ in China on October 31, 2019. And as we all know, Trump is going crazy that China is outflanking the USA with its 5G technology.

Oh, and Bill and Melinda Gates’ Pirbright Foundation took out a patent for a modified coronavirus that they wanted to use as the basis of a vaccine for infectious bronchitis, in 2015. See the screenshot, from the patent office:

And now, in another strange ‘crown‘ link, I just found that Bill Gates has bought $5.3 million in stock in a firm called Crown Castle, which I’ve never heard of before, but which is apparently the leading provider of cell phone towers in the USA (40,000+) – and it set to skyrocket, if American 5G takes off:

https://seekingalpha.com/article/4241756-crown-castle-billionaire-bill-gates-quietly-buying-this-top-dividend-stock

There is way more going on here than meets the eye….

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UPDATE 2:

It just struck me that cutting live human fetuses up for ‘scientific experimentation’ also sounds horribly like all this eating beating snake hearts. Remember this post, also from November 2019? Something massively uck is starting to swim into view here….

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