30 May 2021


If this new “Change” govt. comes into effect, it should “imitate" what is ‘eating up' America; a socialist ‘sino red’ overthrow. . . and the pieces of the Geula puzzle proceeds to shape.

We Are ALREADY In the Redemption 

Magen David Adom (MDA) has released radio recordings of the moments after the Meron disaster began, bringing the public a bone-chilling look at the incident as it unfolded. The recordings begin with a calm control operator answering a call, only to hear the nearly hysterical shouts of a paramedic on scene.

“We have a mass casualty incident in the Meron area!” shouts the paramedic. The operator attempts to calm him.

“Wait a minute,” she asks carefully. “How many are injured?”

“We’re talking about at least seven dead!” the paramedic shouts over a rising clamor behind him. “Ten! Eleven!”

“Eleven dead?” asks the incredulous operator. “How many injured?”

“Something like forty!” he answers, shouting over a rising tide of crowd-control directions being yelled in the background. “Twelve dead now!”

“Twelve dead - how many more injured?” the operator asks, trying to keep up with events.

“I don’t know! Fourteen dead now!” the paramedic answers.

The recording then switches from the telephone line to that of the MDA’s radio network, with the incident commander calling out a mass casualty incident at the Meron area at the Toldos Aharon bonfire area. A regional broadcast center picks up the direction, repeating it for all MDA units in Israel’s north.

“Attention all units, there is a mass casualty incident in the Meron area, anyone available is needed immediately.” Another regional call center radios in shortly afterwards.

“Jordan command center here, be advised, there are at least ten casualties, all ages, in the upper grandstands near the courtyard. Anyone available is needed for immediate evacuation. Coordinate your work with the police.”


Further on the matter:

Rabbi Winston shlit”a wrote something very interesting on the parsha:

It is pointed out that the word “chochmah—wisdom” spelled Ches-Chof-Mem-Heh, also spells “koach mah when the first two letters are inverted. “Koach” means “strength,” but it can also mean “energy” or “potential, etc.” The wordmah means “what,” which can also refer to anything that exists, making a statement out of the two words: the energy of everything. That is true wisdom, the knowledge of What it is that has given rise to all that exists, and what sustains it.

That being so, the mah alludes to something even deeper. It is the gematria (Mem=40, Heh=5) of G–D’s “expanded” Name, in which each letter of the Name, seen and invisible, is written out. The letter Yud is written Yud-Vav-Dalet, the Heh is Heh-Aleph, the Vav is Vav-Aleph-Vav, and Heh again is Heh-Aleph. If only the visible letters are used, the gematria is 26. With the added “invisible” letters, an additional (10+1+7+1=) 19 is added to the total, making it 45. Hence its Name, “Shem M”H,” the “Name of Mah—45.”

This name specifically corresponds to the six sefiros of Chesed, Gevurah, Tifferes, Netzach, Hod, and Yesod (see Perceptions: Emor). They are the levels of sefiros that have governed human history until today, each sefirah being “responsible” for a respective millennium. Each of them has embodied a particular aspect of     G–D’s light and will, which has provided the potential for its corresponding millennium

In fact, according to Kabbalah, it is this level of sefiros (collectively called “Zehr Anpin”) that actually corresponds to the Name of G–D, “Hakadosh Boruch Hu,” The Holy One, Blessed Is He. Therefore, “koach M”H” means that our world was made and is sustained by the energy of The Holy One, Blessed Is He. G–D, for short. 

Knowledge can deceive a person into thinking that G–D does not exist, or that He does not get involved in the world of man. 

Wisdom is knowing that He does.

SHABBOS IS THE cornerstone of a Torah lifestyle

Therefore, ONE message to the Klal is that Shabbat must be kept more scrupulously by the observant, and those who do not should begin to KEEP Shabbat (not just “do” Shabbat).

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