Lab grown meat

I will pick up heliocentrism and Jewish heretics next week, BH.

I am exploring some new avenues of information linking both together, which is already proving extremely interesting – but needs quite a bit of spade work before I can ‘lay it out nicely’ to share with you, so you can come to your own conclusions.

In the the meantime, let’s just get back to the meat for a mo.

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Someone asked one of Rav Berland’s gabbays about the frankenchicken.

Long story short, he was told that the Rav looked into it, and is still eating chicken.

I don’t have more details than that.

But, they also asked what hechsherim the Rav is eating himself, and this is the answer:

Eida Chareidit, Rubin, Landau, are top
Kehillot and Machfud are probably also ok
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We know the rabbis make the reality.

The problem is, so many of our rabbis are currently Erev Rav fakers, it’s very hard to know if the ‘reality’ they are making is a good, holy one, or not.

Each person has to continue to do their hitbodedut, and to ask God to show them the truth.

What I can tell you, is that I recognised a lot of the names in the ‘frankenchicken’ pamphlet as belonging to people who ‘excommunicated’ the Rav.

And that gave me pause for thought right from the start, that these people may not be coming from a good place, spiritually.

Because ‘extra chumrot’ is also a Sabbatean thing, to make yiddishkeit so burdensome that people give up and drop out.

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In the meantime, my husband sent me this:

In a groundbreaking ruling, Israel’s Chief Rabbi David Lau stated that the cultured meat produced by Israeli food tech company Aleph Farms is pareve.

However, in order for it to be defined as such, the company, which produces its products from stem cells, will have to declare the meat to be vegetarian.

– Jpost.

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HERE‘s the actual headline:

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It’s up to you if you rely on this ‘psak’ from David Lau.

Let’s just say, I’m not.

At all.

(Go look at his family tree, btw, you’ll find it VERY INTERESTING!!!!)

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And while I was typing this, another reader, Alizah, sent me this from HERE:

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Snippet:

“In particular if its shape will be similar to meat in taste and smell, [then Jews should] treat this cultured meat as stricter and define it as kosher, but not pareve, for the purpose of mixing it, cooking it and eating it with dairy products.”

….In addition to cheeseburgers, cells taken from pigs may also be deemed kosher for Jewish consumption. Rabbi Yuval Cherlow, a recognized authoritative figure on Halacha (Torah law), suggested this may be the case.

“When the cell of a pig is used and its genetic material is utilized in the production of food, the cell, in fact, loses its original identity and therefore cannot be defined as forbidden for consumption,” Rabbi Cherlow said at a conference titled, “Science and Halacha” in 2018. “It wouldn’t even be meat, so you can consume it with dairy.”

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Yuval Cherlow came out with a number of shocking statements during Covid 19.

Like this:

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Snippet:

The sanctions proposed by Cherlow, who is a leading ethicist in Israel, would consist of keeping people from frequenting business establishments like retailers and public transportation. Businesses, he explained, should be allowed to ask customers for proof that they’ve been vaccinated, and public transport and flights have an ethical obligation to turn away those who haven’t been vaccinated.

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Maybe, we need to re-define the word ‘ethicist’.

Or at least, to understand that not all ‘ethicists’ with a rabbinic title are actually preaching ‘ethics’ that have any connection to what is good and true and moral.

HERE is his page on the ‘Elijah Interfath Institute’ website, who are hoping to build their massive interfaith centre in the heart of Meah Shearim, overlooking the Old City of Jerusalem.

Those who will understand, understood how all this is linked.

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So, it’s up to you if you want to believe ‘religious zionist’ rabbis who are telling you pigs are kosher.

Personally, I don’t.

At all.

And it’s up to you, if you want to believe fanatics from Meah Shearim who are telling you that nothing today is really kosher, including chickens.

The rabbis – the real rabbis – make the reality.

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But we can see how this dance of despair works, can’t we?

On the one hand, we have the ‘religious fanatics’ making the yoke of yiddishkeit so hard to bear, potentially, we all just feel like giving up on keeping kosher, because it’s too hard to do it properly, so what’s the point???

And on the other, we have the modernising ‘religious zionists’ who work for the Frankist-Freemason State of Israel telling us that pigs are now kosher.

There is nothing new under the sun.

And as different as they look, and pretend to be, they are actually just both working for the same boss, trying to pull Jews away from the Torah and God, and our true Tzaddikim.

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A lot of pieces of this puzzle are really starting to come together.

BH, when I put the stuff together about who has been pushing ‘heliocentrism’ in the Jewish community  – for millenia! – I think the penny will start to fall big time, for a lot of us, that everything we’ve been covering here on the blog is connected, in some profound ways.

And that those hellenising Sadduccess never went away, never stopped attacking ‘the perushim’, and never stopped trying to force Am Yisrael to ‘modernise’ and assimilate, in a million different ways.

Both by joining forces with our enemies without, and by trying to subvert our ‘Holy of Holies’ from within.

There is nothing new under the sun.

More on that soon, BH.

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11 replies
  1. adelle
    adelle says:

    what a surprise chief rabbi “hasn’t missed a freemason meeting in 52 years” lau says eating עבר מין החי is ok.

    anyway, the rabbanut has been playing this “pig isn’t pig” game for a long time. pig derived gelatin was declared parve, or more accurately “not food” because the manufacturing process makes it inedible. but then again all the kashrut organizations are just fine putting their stamp of approval on senomyx products.

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      • Adelle
        Adelle says:

        sorry. I made a mistake. it is current chief rabbi david lau who has given the ok for this cell grown abomination. to the best of my knowledge david lau has not publicly disclosed an affiliation with FM. however, his father, former chief rabbi yisrael meir lau is very much on record for not having missed a freemason meeting in 50+ years. here’s the clip with the relevant admission complete with 666 and baphomet hand signals. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WSV5oxYGb9M it is from a longer interview broadcast in 2017 https://youtu.be/ewsp_XxMa7c

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      • Daisy
        Daisy says:

        Rivka ( finally reading your blog again, at 4:00 AM! )

        At first, I was quite shocked when I heard that Rav Lau goes to his Freemason meeting, But that was after I watched the short segment. However I wanted to listen to the longer interview, and my conclusions are quite different: it turns out he goes to his yearly meeting, or every two years, whenever they have them: and what does he do there? A whole bunch of holocaust survivors ask him to teach them a Daf Gemorah – listen to it yourself! So I don’t think it is fair of us to judge him for that: he is going there to give Torah support to Jews who need it! Does it mean that he participates in all their rituals? I would have to be there to be a first-hand witness, so I am sorry, but I don’t know. It’s not clear at all.

        One thing that is clear to me is that this man, who is not young at all ( born in 1937, which makes him 85-86 years old, about the same age as Rav Berland, right?), has a completely different vibe than the Rav’s: he does not radiate light, I don’t feel the spiritual energy from him that the Rav radiates (light, i.e his aura, was caught on camera once, remember?). I have no doubt that Rav Lau is a Talmid Chacham, I have also listened to some of his Shiurim, they were really good; but something is missingl No divine energy there, at least I don’t perceive any… so? That’s no proof that he is a Freemason; still, I would expect a beautiful pure aura from a chief rabbi; but maybe I shouldn’t???

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        • Rivka Levy
          Rivka Levy says:

          Thanks for doing that birur, Daisy.

          It’s an interesting question, whether you’d be praised for teaching a daf of Gemara to Jews who congregate in the Temple of Moloch….

          I’m not on the level to attempt an answer.

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  2. Molly
    Molly says:

    Trying to share this comment in a relevant article. I have a link to share from one of my other favorite independent investigative journalists, James Corbett. He recently wrote at length about the future of food. I do like his final remarks about how we don’t have to be passive spectators as they continue to denature and degenerate our foods. We can actively work against it! Become ungovernable! https://corbettreport.substack.com/p/what-is-the-future-of-food

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    • Rivka Levy
      Rivka Levy says:

      I honestly have some reservations. I am seeing a lot of ‘sovereign citizens’ still getting arrested, still getting charged…

      That could also be ‘psyops’, but at the end of the day, these people aren’t playing by the rules. It’s GREAT to be as ‘off grid’ as we can be, in all ways, but the main way we free ourselves from the evil is by asking God to save us from it.

      ‘Off grid’ is way more viable in the USA. In Israel, we need a spiritual plan, because ‘off grid’ is close to impossible.

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      • Molly
        Molly says:

        Just adding a quick note that building a strong local community doesn’t have to involve going off grid! When I say become ungovernable I’m imagining Miriam and the Jewish women refusing to follow orders. And then I think of how overt the dark side was in those days, right? Like out in the open abusive to the Jewish people. The dark side has developed a sort of cunning in its old age. It’s your work here and your fellow independent investigative journalists across the internet unraveling all the layers of cunning that’s helping us all open our eyes to see that we are experiencing an ever increasing encroachment of our freedom. The boiling frog analogy, if you will.

        I’m certainly not advocating running say to the woods. Just building a strong local Jewish community that can’t be bullied. I have a feeling it will be the women that do most of the quiet pushing back against the authoritarianism.

        An act of revolt these days is usually quite peaceful in nature. Usually in the form of exuding yourself from many of the institutions in place. You’ve already advocated for rejecting modern hospital settings. That’s the ticket!! Another suggestion I’ve heard is to stop financing your enemies by pulling your money out of giant mega banks and instead opting for small local credit unions.

        It’s definitely hard to express yourself fully in a comment lol. But hopefully you get my gist. Every blessing to you!!

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