I went to Hevron today, BH.
They closed the road through the tunnels into Gush Etzion, so I had to take the long way around via Beitar. I had a strong urge to go, so I wasn’t going to let a pesky matter like the Israeli police get in the way.
So, I get to Hevron, and I go through the security and up the stairs, and then I find a quiet spot next to the tomb of Yaakov Avinu….and I promptly fell asleep.
That has happened before at Hevron, more than once, so I wasn’t totally shocked when I woke up after half an hour. It’s a known phenomenon by certain kevers, including Rabbi Nachman’s in Uman, that sometimes the kedusha is just so strong that it knocks you out.
So, I woke up, and I hear that the wailing woman who was hogging the whole of Avraham Avinu’s room is still wailing…
She was crying melodramatically for at least an hour, which is kind of impressive. Either she was a hidden tzaddeket, or….she really wasn’t.
But it was kind of bothersome to me, so I decided to head downstairs and outside to the ‘7th step’, where there were 3 Breslov guys (you can tell by the payot and the casual dress….) and one Breslov woman, hidden off in the bushes where she was rustling quietly to herself.
I sat down, still feeling out of it, and still finding it pretty hard to say anything to God, and suddenly I noticed how windy it had got. Tikkun HaKlalis started flying all over the place, and the wind was also blowing siddurim off shtenders and onto the floor.
I picked two up, stowed them in the special cupboard for holy books, then decided I would do some writing hitbodedut today, seeing as the speaking hitbodedut was kind of a bust.
In case you don’t know what writing hitbodedut is, that’s where you write down your questions and comments to God, and then just kind of let God guide your pen, for the answers.
So, I got some interesting stuff there in Hevron, and I’m going to share some of it with you, dear reader, below:
Q: Why is it so windy, all of a sudden?
A: Change is coming to the world. Good change. Lasting change. Eternal change. It’s v.v.v. close now, not much longer.
[Rav Yehuda Sheinfeld said 2 days ago that we are in the last 9 months of the chevlei Moshiach process.]
Q: When did the 9 months start?
A: With the imprisonment of Rav Berland (February 9th, 2020).
February 9th – May 9th = first trimester
May 9th – August 9th = second trimester
August 9th – November 9th = final trimester
It’s mamash like a pregnancy.
The first 3 months are exciting, scary, debilitating, puke-inducing. Then the next 3 months are semi-normal (up to August 9th). And then, Moshiach can come anytime, and the drama and discomfort are maximized [i.e. in the last trimester].
Tell people to move to Israel. To organize boats and to come via Eilat.
[Then I had a non-sequitur, because the wind had really picked up again, so I wrote: A mini-hurricane is happening around me, in the garden of the 7th step.]
A: DON’T FORGET THE EARTHQUAKE. It’s on the way, and will change the whole picture.
Q: Is there a message for my readers?
A: The more people draw closer to the Rav, and learn and disseminate his teachings and prayers, the easier, smoother and faster this next stage will be.
The evildoers have until August 9th to make teshuva from love. Then the gates close.
But don’t waste any more time.
Now, I’m not saying you should take this as anything except what I wrote down at Hevron.
It’s not nevua, I have no idea how much ‘truth’ it really has in it. At the same time, I live my life according to the principle that EVERYTHING is a message from Hashem in some way, shape or form.
So there’s no reason why there shouldn’t be some ‘message’ hidden in what I wrote down at Hevron, but each person can decide for themselves what that might be, and it’s relevance to them.
The other thing to tell you is that I got a big push to get started on One in a Generation III – which from past experience, means that things are going to start moving again big time… Probably in about a week, once I’ve finished tying up some loose ends and clearing the decks.
We certainly live in interesting times.
But don’t waste any more time.
All of us have a lot of work to do, to get geula the sweet way.
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