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Friday, July 26, 2013

One More Try! Nanach style

More Shivchay Haran on Shmiras Habris

Continue Even if you are Being Ignored 
Even though it appeared to Rebbe Nachman as if in Heaven they were never paying any attention to him and they were not listening to him at all, instead appearing contrary, as if they were distancing him from Hashem's service with all types of separations, as if they do not desire him at all. Since he saw how numerous days and years were passing by and he was still very far from Hashem and he still did not reach any closeness, therefore it appeared in his eyes that they were not listening to his words at all and they were not paying any attention to him, appearing contrary as if they were distancing him with all types of separations from Hashem's service.

Despite this, Rebbe Nachman would greatly strengthen himself and did not abandon his position. A few times it happened that he fell in his mind since he saw how much he prayed, pleaded and begged to come close to the service of Hashem and they were not paying any attention to him. Because of this he fell in his mind and a few days would pass where he would not converse so much with his Creator. Afterwards he would recollect himself and was very embarrassed that he had doubts about the attributes of Hashem, since in truth Hashem is for sure merciful and kind etc. and certainly wishes to bring him close to Him. Rebbe Nachman would then go back and strengthen his mind and once again start beseeching and talking to Hashem as mentioned above. So too this happened a few times.
(Shivchay Haran - His Greatness 12)

Simplicity is the Greatest Wisdom
Serving Hashem in simplicity was the essence of his great wisdom. Due to his great astounding wisdom he immediately realized that one does not need any wisdom when serving Hashem. This is the greatest wisdom of all, not to be wise when it comes to the service of Hashem, rather to serve Him with plainness and simplicity, without any wisdoms at all.
(Shivchay Haran - His Greatness 13)

Take Each Day at a Time
Each and everything that Rebbe Nachman wanted to do in Avodas Hashem was very hard for him to perform with every existing type of heaviness. In the beginning it was very hard for him to sit alone in a secluded house for a few consecutive hours and occupy himself with Avodas Hashem. This thing was very hard for him at the beginning. However, Rebbe Nachman greatly strained himself, broke his urges and sat for a few hours each day doing Hisbodedus in a special room.

So too it was very, very difficult for him to perform his spiritual service each day. It was so hard for him that he could not carry this burden due to its heaviness, since it was very, very hard and heavy upon him. It was only through the following method that he was able to carry the yoke of his spiritual service. Each day he would think in his mind that he only has this day alone and he would not look at the following day and future at all, as if he only had this one day. Therefore he was able to carry the burden of the spiritual service of that day, since for a single day a person could accept upon himself all existing forms of worship, since it is only for one day. When Rebbe Nachman would finish the worship for that day, then the next day he would repeat this and accept upon himself the spiritual service of that day as well.

This is how he would act constantly, he would not think in his mind except about that day alone, and through this he was able to carry upon him the burden of his spiritual service that was very heavy upon him. Without this method, he would not have been able to carry it upon him at all, since he would maximize his Avodas Hashem with many forms of worship each day, all of which were done with great effort, toil and great heaviness. So much, that it would not have been possible for him to carry such a yoke were it not for the technique mention above, where he would not think in his mind only regarding that day alone.
(Shivchay Haran - His Greatness 14)

Lust is Nauseating 
Regarding the great level of Rebbe Nachman's holiness and his breaking of the 'Encompassing Lust' that encompasses all the other bad lusts, that is the Lust for Impurity, can not be explained and given over. Rebbe Nachman said that he had countless tests, but in truth these are not tests at all. He said this is not a lust at all and whoever is truthfully wise, even if he is not Jewish, as long as he is truly wise, it is befitting that this lust should not be considered by him a lust at all. He then said, a person that is knowledgeable in the wisdom of biology and knows the organization of the organs according to the wisdom of biology, it is befitting that he should be disgusted by this lust with complete disgust. Regarding the disgustingness of this lust, Rebbe Nachman spoke a lot but I (Rebbe Nason) can not give it over due to the forgetfulness.
(Shivchay Haran - His Greatness 16)

Rebbe Nachman's Tests 
As a rule, Rebbe Nachman was greatly repulsed by this lust with complete nauseating, until he declared and said that any person that is somewhat truthfully wise, this lust is not considered a test for him at all. However even before he merited to nullify and become completely disgusted by this lust, before this he had many, many large fearsome tests with this lust, that can not be written over explicitly. Even in his youth, at the time when the blood boils, he had numerous large tests of this lust, where numerous times he had the ability to fulfil his lusts and he was in very, very grave danger. Yet he was a strong warrior and he overcame his evil inclination and subdued his desires endless times.

Still he would not distance himself and run away from the test a second time. Just the opposite, he was interested in tests and used to pray to Hashem that he should expose him to tests, since he was very strong in his mind that he for sure would not rebel against Hashem. For how can it be that he would sin and transgress the will of Hashem unless he would go insane, heaven forbid at that moment. However since he would have some level of sanity at the time of the test, he would for sure be able to pass it, according to the great strength he had in his heart, that he was extremely strong in Hashem. Despite this, at the time he was placed in the actual test, he was in great danger and he would scream a lot to Hashem, until he managed to overcome his evil inclination and was saved. Despite this, he would not distance himself from being exposed to this test a different time, even thought that at the time of the test it was very hard for him as mentioned above. So too this happened many, many countless times that can not be measured. Yet Hashem helped him and he merited to overcome his evil inclination and to nullify his the burning fire of this general lust.

Rebbe Nachman was very, very holy and distant from this lust with great abstinents and awesome holiness. He said the Evil One was willing to leave him alone on everything if he would be willing to give up one thing and he said just the opposite, that he is willing to abandon everything only this one thing he is not willing to stop trying to nullify it. Meaning, the Evil One was willing to let Rebbe Nachman break all the lusts as long as he would be willing to forsake nullifying one of them, most probably the General Lust, which is the main part of the evil inclination. However Rebbe Nachman said the opposite that he is willing to leave all his other lusts and not break them, only this lust he is determined to nullify completely.

This was how Rebbe Nachman acted in the beginning, all his goals and all his effort were only to first nullify the 'Encompassing Lust'. In the beginning he did not devote any attention to nullifying the 'lust of eating', in fact the opposite, in the beginning he would eat a lot - a lot, much more then other people. He said that at that point he would drag all his lusts into the 'lust of eating'. Afterwards he nullified this 'lust of eating' as well.

Rebbe Nachman had to undergo all types of countless strains, hard work, battles and tests before he nullified the 'Encompassing Lust'. Also there were many, many prayers, pleadings, cries and conversations that he prayed, pleaded and poured his heart out in front of Hashem with all sorts of pleadings, appeasements and beeseachments that Hashem should help save him from this lust. Until he merited to withstand all the tests and he greatly sanctified himself with complete separation from this lust in ways that can not be measured. Until he merited to completely nullify this lust. It then became a wonder to him how any person can consider it hard to nullify this lust, since he said that that it is not a lust at all and. He would talk a lot about this subject, regarding the nullification and disgust of this lust.

He said: It is not possible to discuss with people that have already physicalized themselves about the nauseation of this lust. Their bloods have become intermingled so much that their minds have become confounded, until they can not comprehend this at all and it does can not enter their heart how it is possible to be disgusted by this desire, therefore it is not possible to talk much about this. However a person that is even a little truthfully wise, can easily become completely disgusted by this desire. As Rebbe Nachman said; that this is not a test at all to a person that is truthfully wise. He then said that there must be a Kabalistic mystery to this, since in truth there is no lust at all. Rebbe Nachman would greatly flaunt his great strength in nullifying this lust. He was very holy and awesome in this subject and said upon himself that he had absolutely no lust at all.

He said: by him male and female are equivalent. Meaning, he does not have any battle due to any element of an impure thought when he sees or speaks with a woman, since everything is equivalent by him.
(Shivchay Haran - His Greatness 16)

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Monday, July 22, 2013

Vaccinated Nanach Penguin

Nachum Ish Gam Zu - all is for the good - Safed Hilula 15th of Av 13...

HH Please check the video description for a beautiful interpretation of why R' Nachum took upon himself to die in  such utter suffering. NNNNM!

Thursday, July 18, 2013

Nanach trance festival!

BH all male event - tonight - at Nachal Grar, admission is 50 shekel (I think).
Great blessings of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!


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Wednesday, July 17, 2013

This guy writes about his meeting with Saba!

Chapter 56

Reb Yisroel Odesser:

The Spirit of Rebbe Nachman

While in Los Angeles in 1983 visiting my mother, I heard through the grapevine that there was a Hasidic rebbe in town from Israel who sounded interesting. His name was Reb Yisrael Odesser, and he was somehow connected to Breslow I wouldn't call myself a "card-carrying" member of Breslov, but I felt very connected to Rebbe Nachman of Breslov from all I had received from both Reb Shlomo and Reb Gedaliah. I told my family that I was going out to meet some rebbe, and that I'd be back in an hour or so. They were fairly upset when I returned four hours later, but time had just evaporated while I was with him. Reb Yisrael was very old. His gray hair was a tangle, his peyot, or side curls, were askew, and his broad, round-rimmed, black hat sat at an angle. His clothes were wrinkled. He wore his

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tzitzit, his garment with the fringes on the four corners, over his shirt, and an old long black coat over it. He sat hunched over, but his eyes were dancing, his face was illuminated with joy, and he was telling stories about his youth to the few followers and visitors sitting closely around him. He came from an extremely poor family from Tiberias, a lovely town along the Sea of Galilee. His father was blind, and his mother baked and sold bread from flour that someone donated each week to support the family. He went to a religious school for poor children. Despite his struggle just to survive physically, he had a much bigger struggle in his life. He knew there had to be a way to pray from the deepest depths of the heart, with a longing and an enthusiasm and a fire. But whenever he asked his rabbis and teachers about this, they told him it was nonsense, and he should just get on with simply saying the words of prayer, then return to his studies. He begged to learn more, but they just ridiculed him. One day he found a Hebrew book whose cover pages had been torn off. It was lying in a garbage heap. That was no place for a holy book, so he picked it up and examined it curiously. After looking at the first page, young Yisrael started trembling with excitement, with awe, with fear. The book was about how to really pray to God, how to talk to God. It taught about going out into the fields to talk to God, about praying with the trees. This book was the answer to his prayers. He devoured it from missing cover to missing cover. He read it over and over again. But why was the book torn? And why was it in the garbage? And who wrote it? Reading the book one day in his yeshiva room, one of his roommates came in, grabbed the book from him, and said, "What's this you're reading?"

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He looked closer, recognized the book, and said, "This is trash! Where did you get this? These are the forbidden teachings of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov! Don't you know better than to read this?" He took the book and ran out the door with it. Yisrael was devastated. No sooner had he found the answer to his longing than it was cruelly snatched away from him. What could he do? At least now he knew who had written these inspired teachings. With the little that he had learned, he went out into the fields and poured out his soul to God-not speaking words from the prayer book, but speaking his own words, in his own language, and from the depths of his heart. "Rebono Shel Olam, Master of the World! I've waited so long to learn how to pray to You with love and awe, and finally You send me a book I can learn from. Then You take it away from me before I get a chance to learn it! Please send me another book, or send me a teacher who can help me. Please don't leave me like this." Day after day, week after week, Yisrael prayed like this. No response. Then one day, he was out walking and saw someone slumped over on a donkey, barely holding on. The man was very sick and weak, but he managed to whisper that he needed something to eat. Yisrael sensed that he was a very holy man, a tzaddik. Somehow he knew that God had sent him. Yisrael took him to his mother. Although she hardly had enough to feed her own family, they took him in and cared for him, nursing him back to health. When he was a little stronger, they went for walks and got to know one another. The old man was Reb Yisrael Karduner, from Sefat, where he had a print shop. Among other things, he printed the books of Rebbe Nachman. He spent most of his time in Meron, at the holy

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grave of Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai, praying as he had learned from the teachings of Rebbe Nachman. Now he had become very ill, but felt that he couldn't leave his holy place of prayer even for the sake of his health. So he kept putting off leaving, even temporarily, to come to Tiberias and soak in the healing hot springs. He had resisted and resisted for weeks until his condition was so precarious that he was forced to come down from the mountain. He was the answer to Yisrael's prayers. Not only did he print the books of Rebbe Nachman, but his life and practice also had been deeply influenced by him. The two of them spent a great deal of time together, and Yisrael learned everything he could from him about the secrets of prayer and about the teachings of Rebbe Nachman. Years later, in a moment of feeling far from God, Yisrael Odesser did not fast on an important fast day. After that he felt so bad about it that he didn't know what to do. He fasted and prayed, asking for help and guidance. Something told him to open one of his books and look for an answer in it. He pulled out a book by Rebbe Nachman and opened it randomly. He read what was written, but couldn't see that it answered his questions. But there was a piece of folded paper in the book. Yisrael moved it out of the way, and read what was written on the facing page. Again, he found no answer. He read it a few more times. Nothing. Finally, he picked up the paper and looked at it. It was a letter in Rebbe Nachman's handwriting-a message from beyond time and space. Mentioning

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that he hadn't fasted on that particular day, Rebbe Nachman was telling him not to give up. It was signed in a way that no one had ever seen before: Na Nach Nachma Nachman M' (from) Uman. This revelation for Reb Yisrael became the foundation of the rest of his life and of his teachings. Today, a whole movement within Breslov Hasidism is based on this. For them, "Na Nach Nachma Nachman M'Uman" is a powerful mantra. When Reb Yisrael finished telling this story to me, he began telling stories of Rebbe Nachman. Now, I had heard these stories from Reb Shlomo and Reb Zalman and Reb Gedaliah. They are powerful, and I learned tremendously from them. But no one told them like Reb Yisrael. It was as if he were telling it for the first time, blowing his mind on every word, on every image. He was also blowing my mind with every word and every image. For instance, when telling part of Rebbe Nachman's story of the Seven Beggars, where one beggar was telling of his ability to heal the princess who had been shot with arrows, Reb Yisrael said, "The beggar said, 'And I could heal the princess.' And when Rebbe Nachman said that, he pointed to himself, and he said, 'And I could heal the princess."' And while Reb Yisrael spoke, I could feel the healing coming through. Why did he pick that one short part of Rebbe Nachman's longest story? Did he know that my wife Ety had cancer and was struggling to be healed? As he told story after story, or just certain parts of the stories that he knew needed to be told, I lost all sense of time.

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I met with him a number of times after that, but that first meeting was the most powerful. He had an energy, a love, a joy that was totally beyond his old and frail physical body. Na Nach Nachma Nachman M'Uman. Na Nach Nachma Nachman M'Uman!

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HH it is amazing how much one can accomplish by simply saying Na Nach Nachma Nachman MeUman!!!

HH amazing, in this video Rabbainu reveals the secret of dalet yud - which in English would be -----for (four) you (yud)-------!!!!
Great blessings of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!


Help us print 100,000 copies of Rabbi Nachman's Stories for as little as $.70!!!

B"H it is high time for us to begin publishing Rabbainu's books in a more respectable volume - when trivial novels are being published in the millions... - the first step is for us to make a publication in the 6 digits - 100,000 books in one printing. So B"H we are aiming to print Rabbi Nachman's Story Tales of Ancient Times -in English, 100,000 copies! Previously we have published about 6,000 (maybe more) copies B"H which have mostly been distributed already. Since then the text has underwent an extreme correction, editing, and revision to the great satisfaction of those working on this project. The text is also available free on the wikisource. The estimated cost for this publication is $70, 000 - only 70 cents a book!!!! So what we would like to do, is to sell the books in advance - presale - we need only 100 people to buy 1000 books at $700. Please give this very serious consideration!!!! Not only will this be an awesome promotion and publicization of Rabbainu's teachings, it will also jump start all the other projects bringing them to aim for much much higher horizons....Na Nach Nachma Nachman MeUman!!!
Great blessings of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!


Friday, July 12, 2013

New Donations

New donations will B"H be used for the new Nanach Music Site

$28 from James M.

$20 from Anonymous

New Breslov Sidur

Breslov Siddur for free download
  1. סידור ברסלב מנחה-מעריב כולל תיקון הכללי
Includes  Tikkun Klali and more....

Download all the books...

Thousands of these Sidurim were given out by the Mafitizim to soldiers for free.

Thursday, July 11, 2013

Simple as Pie - how simple is that?

B"H Rabbainu revealed that even in the worldly expressions and stories there lie great secrets of G-d. So regarding the idiom "simple as pie" I was thinking:
HH how many numbers do you know to pie, or are you just rounding off to the 2nd decimal? Emuna - faith - is likened to a circle which is defined by pie, so the ease of your life is completely dependant on the level of your faith, thus Rabbi Nachman revealed that those who have strong faith, even their devotions of G-d are not strenuous or cumbersome. Na Nach Nachma Nachman MeUman!

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

International Peace & Prosperity Project

International Peace and Prosperity Project to Bring Rabbi Nachman to Jerusalem

geoffrey max Mordecai 
7:02 PM (0 minutes ago)
to Sarsar
The Committee to Bring Rabbi Nachman to Jerusalem
11 Ebay Ha Nachal
Maale Amos 99606
Gush Etzion
Vice President, Geoffrey Max Mordecai 0504104961

Ministry of Tourism
5, Bank of Israel Street
Kiryat Ben-Gurion
Jerusalem 91009

Minister of Tourism of the State of Israel,

Honorable Minister Uzi Landau,

We are informing you of our correspondence with Minister of the Treasury Mr. Yair Lapid, and with opposition leader, Chairwoman of Labor, Mrs Shelly Yechimovich.

Surely, you will support this project to Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu.   Mayor of Jerusalem, Mr. Nir Barkat will also feel represented by you, since he supports this project already (

Knesset News will be very glad to organize an interview with you around this issue call:
 Tel: 054.693.0607

Copy to:
Mayor of Jerusalem, Mr. Nir Barkat
Foreign Minister, Avigor Lieberman

For the Committee,

Geoffrey Mordecai Spiro
Vice President

Peace ad Prosperity, Mrs Shelly

Huge economic boost by bringing Rabbi Nachman to Jerusalem (& Peace)

geoffrey max Mordecai
4:59 PM (13 minutes ago)

to mifkad, president, sharon, bcc: elston1, bcc: nachman, bcc: editor
The Committee to Bring Rabbi Nachman to Jerusalem
Ebay Ha Nachal 11
99606 Maale Amos, Gush Etzion
0504104961 (Geof Spiro, Vice-President)

The Labor Party
La Gardia 55
Tel Aviv Yaffo, 67221

Party Chairwoman, Mrs Shelli Yachimovich

Rabbi Nachman moves 50 000 tourists to Uman per year (about 15 000 000 USD deficit for Israel). Most of the pilgrims are seriously in debt already but feel they have no choice, because unfortunately Rabbi Nachman is in Uman.

Bringing Rabbi Nachman to Jerusalem will bring approx. 800 000 pilgrims the first year. A tour operator who has been working for years on the Uman trip has told us that the income for Jerusalem will be close 1 billion in the first year and the second year will double due to new tourist infrastructures. (These funds will no longer be channelled to a few super wealthy families, but will be administered by the whole population of Israel).

We are forwarding to you our correspondence to the Minister of the Treasury, Mr. Yair Lapid in the hope that your desire not to increase taxes will be fulfilled by this project. Your deputy Mr. Ytzhak Hertzog the son of former President Haim Hertzog probably knows that his father already received a verbal promise from President of the Ukraine Mr. Leonid Kuchma in 1993 to exhume and to send the mortal remains of Rabbi Nachman to Jerusalem. The article about this important historical event is available at President Peres has given us his full support for the last 20 years, we still have his letter from 2008 posted on the website mentioned above.

Like you, we are very interested in economic justice and wish to be of assistance to you through this Jewish national project. We propose an initial interview between yourself and Knesset News on this subject. The interviews are usually in English. The sooner this comes out in the media the more public pressure and likelihood of a successful Peace Negotiation. You will discover that we can be very committed to your success.

As Vice President of the committee;
May G-d Bless you with good and prompt results.

Geoffrey Max Mordecai Spiro

Israel is only two steps away from Peace and Prosperity.

geoffrey max Mordecai
Jul 8 (2 days ago)

to ylapid,

The Committee to Bring Rabbi Nachman to Jerusalem
11 Ebay Ha Nachal
Maale Amos 99606

Ministry of Finance
1 Kaplan St.
Jerusalem 9103002,
P.O.Box 3100, Israel.

Attention of The Minister of Finance of the State of Israel,

Honorable Mr. Yair Lapid,

Bringing Rabbi Nachman to Jerusalem is a move favored by both President Shimon Peres and Mayor Nir Barkat. Both these men know that this action makes economic, and political sense. Neither are particularly religious and this is indeed the paradox. Even more bizarre, the religious world will be up in arms that the Israeli Government is bringing Rabbi Nachman to the land of Israel on their own.

Indeed the teachings of Rabbi Nachman are not taught in religious schools which accept only Gemarra, however they are being taught in Universities throughout the world and are extremely popular especially among philosophers.

Moving Rabbi Nachman to Jerusalem will make it obvious for everyone that the Haredi "Rabbis" are political and very profit oriented. This fake religious authority is terrified of the Israeli Government bringing Rabbi Nachman, whose teachings are so popular with the masses and do not require Rabbinical legitimisation.

We are sure that you and Minister Naftali Bennet will get the full support from Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu to make public the announcement of an International Peace Conference in Jerusalem; the opening of which will be bringing Rabbi Nachman from Uman to Jerusalem. We have suggested President Obama do this with Airforce One and were encouraged to continue the correspondence by Ambassador Daniel Shapiro.

We have made all our correspondence available on the following websites, please notice the response from Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and from President Shimon Peres. Rosh Hashana is a growing security hazard for the pilgrims and for the local Jewish population especially since last year.

Site in Hebrew (older)
Site in English (my activities) Facebook site: Bring Rabbi Nachman to Jerusalem

For the Committee,

Geoffrey Max Spiro
Vice President

Copies to:

President Shimon Peres
Prime Minister Netanyahu
President of Russia, Mr. Vladimir Putin
President of The United States of America Mr. Barak Obama
Prime Minister of Canada, Stephen Harper
Foreign Minister, Mr. Avigdor Lieberman
Minister of Economy and Religious Affairs Mr. Naftali Bennet
Minister of Education, Rabbi Shai Piron
Knesset News


shalom gleichem! brothers nanach hope all be simcha!!
im in toronto and lot of children/bachurim r asking me about nanach bracelets,

simcha nanach told me that sometime ago u did 1000!!! so maybe someone has some bracelets
to sell me to give them in toronto.

thank you

tamid be simcha!

Rabbi Nachman said one must smash his/her head into the walls his heart

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

The Miraculous Nis (Ness)


The world has this law of supply and demand theory which everything is based on.  The idea is that if air for example became a scarce commodity people would be willing to pay any price for it...(If they didn't just give up or simply die).  If you have more money then items to buy, then theoretically the value of the money drops like any commodity in oversupply. Hogwash, because money can be saved and inspires creativity and diverse literally encourages growth, even new births and population increase.

Paper money as explained by the Postmaster General (Benjamin Franklin) was redeemable since you could use it eventually to pay for taxes after the "colonial" was used full circle in the colony, which was so short on liquidity btw, that they were using Spanish Dollars instead of British Pounds Sterling.  The soldiers were paid in colonials or pound sterling depending on who the people they were buying from paid taxes to.  (you had that out of air affect).

Today we have electric virtual money and some people are getting frighteningly rich on the much is actually being "created" on line if you know what I mean, you can pay for all kinds of services and authority status, you can even pay to get "likes" etc... Many people are getting all their savings sucked out of them by these systems.  The losses and gains are unrelated.

You have some banking establishments that everyone believes in and that are too big to fail, etc...these get bailed out by the Federal Reserve, but many people loose a lot of money.  Here also the losses and gains are unrelated.

Then again, better to be poor in Canada then Rich in Aleppo or Holms, which goes to show that in some cases money is of no value at all.  Here again the losses and gains are unrelated.

Gold is not as cool as it once was... 

In comes the power of miracles, which most theorists consider not a part of the science of economics.  Just because they don't understand something, doesn't mean it doesn't exist and cannot be accounted for or even understood.

1st Miracle: 

 All four Israeli Shekel banknotes are the editors of Ebay Ha Nachal, the writings of Na Nach!

2 ond Miracle:

Fires break out in defacing the beauty of the land when it is announced that poets are to replace the editors on the banknotes.

3 ed Miracle:

Prison keepers burn in both fires.

4 th Miracle:

The fire in Haifa mysteriously stops when it is agreed Zalman Shazar remains on the 200 Shekel bill.  Fire fighting planes from Greece and Turkey were to no avail before that.

5 th Miracle:

The first fire burns 44 prison keepers... 88 is Heil Hitler it is also Pach in Hebrew or tin.  The tin was broken and the light burned for 8 days... this happened on the day The Elder of Lubavitch was let out of jail.  There are a total of 44 lights on Hannukka, and SHmo, Na Na ch  is "his name is Na (8) Na 8 - also a form of breaking up the 88.

6 th Miracle:

The Ukrainians have just decided to put the evil Bohdan Khmelnytsky on their 5 Heryven banknote this June.

7 th Miracle:

With Rabbi Nachman in Jerusalem more and more people are going to want Shekels and it's value is going to sky rocket, while the price of wheat produced by the Ukraine and like-minded nations is going to drop.

8 th Miracle:

The Dollar is a reserve currency for oil.  So it is linked to the "energy dependency" or "slavery" represented by this commodity.  The Shekel is linked to the "cultural and purification" oriented tourist industry.  Precisely what should liberate the individual, that is what the Exodus from Egypt was about.

9 th Miracle:

The "value of Jeruslem" is about to SURGE!  But the Middle East is far from a stable place!
This is especially true if Rabbi Nachman is buried next to King David.

10 th Miracle:

Just like Josef saved the world from famine and war, so will Rabbi Nachman in Jerusalem!

It is the most serious and important move possible for Netanyahu to allow the Israeli Government to to everything in it's power to bring Rabbi Nachman to Jerusalem.  Not only Israel depends on this but the whole world does.

Monday, July 1, 2013

HH my lads- gaga - yearning and longing for the Holy Petek!!!

23 Tamuz - Chag HaPetek!!!!!

BH today we celebrate the anniversary of Saba receiving the holy Petek! Last night I merited to spend by the Master of the Petek by his palace on Har Hamenuchos, and B"H will return there today to resume the festivities.

Great blessings of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!