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Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Vayyikra and Rabbi Nachman

Behar and Bechoukotecha are the conclusion of Vayyikra .

Vayyikra is a very special book because the beginning marks the birth of Moses, Rabbi Nachman and Rabbi J. and the end is the death of Meir Baal Ha Ness from Tiberias who is buried standing!  Rabbi Meir Baal Ha Ness was a Roman convert and he is not buried according to Halacha because he is supposed to be the first one to stand up and receive the final redemption, he is buried standing.

Tiberias is the place the Petek was found, not coincidentally Rabbi Na Nach was born falling into a well in Tiberias.  Another person who sets the definition for Tzaddik is Josef.  Josef was not born in a well but he was placed there by his brothers for dead and later was taken out and made second to the King.  President Trumps confident and advisor Mike Huckabee was at the tomb of Josef while his boss was at the Wall in Jerusalem.  The date of the visit was Isod che be Isod (foundation in the foundation (of the earth))during the count of the Omer, precisely the moment celebrating the Tzaddik foundation of the earth which is the second son of Rachel who is referred to in the name of Josef itself..."yosef li ben acher" add me a different son.  Rabbi Nachman fits that description better than Josef!

Vayyikra is also considered 3 books by some because smack in the middle is the famous two lines within the two Nounes acting like quotes like this [ ]! It comes amost exactly in the middle of the Torah, no surprise since the beginning and the end are "welded" together through the name Israel Ber - eshit, Israel Ber of fire.  The flame of the 3ed Temple.

None of this is rocket science, it's stuff school kids in Israel can understand well, but they need to hear it at least one time since it has never been written before.

 Vayyikra is called Leviticus because it deals throughout with the laws concerning the use of the Tabernacle and the laws for the Priesthood.  The laws also concern the proper use of the Holy Land with it's special rules, concerning those that dwell on it, be they Jewish or non-Jewish.

Should priests from other nations dwell in the Holy Land?  Of Course!

However they need to respect the laws set by Moses  MOST IMPORTANT OF ALL: they need to accept that Rabbi Nachman is the second son or Rachel and this acceptance will have the same effect on their priesthood as Josef had on the priests of Egypt. Before and after Josef they are referred to as Magicians but during the time Pharaoh knew of Josef, they are called priests of Egypt.

Anybody who vandalizes Josefs tomb is no priest he is a Magician at best.  It is obvious to any thinking individual that knows the law of burying in Israel that the remains of Rabbi Nachman need to be brought to Jerusalem (Halacha 363).  Imagine what will happen if the motley crew of North Korea, Russia, Syria, and Iran get their hands on Rabbi Nachman!

The cause of all bloodshed and WAR (except the eradication of Amalek) is due to this mitzvah not being fulfilled and now that we have had Jerusalem for 50 years (50 = Kingship) and the 70th anniversary of the State is scheduled for this year!!

70 is 'eyn' or eye.  Josef is called Ben Pourat ale AYN!  Samson wants the great day of revenge to take place for BOTH his eyes  (Samson also was not born from a father and had an affair) The prayer of Samson has not yet been fulfilled. Rachels prayer has not yet been fulfilled and she is still crying for both her sons, because the wishes of the first can only be completed by the second:

The 70 nations will keep the promise made to the priest: Carry my bones to Jerusalem!!!

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