Saturday, July 21, 2007

The Kabbalists Speak

Please excuse my blogging break.

Meanwhile, Dreaming has a translation summary of an article from NFC that tells about contemporary Mekubalim discussing the upcoming war and miracles that will happen to us.

Check it out!


At Sat Jul 21, 11:41:00 PM 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...


Please check out Bibi's new blog/website at:


"Friends" on Netanyahu

At Sun Jul 22, 01:50:00 AM 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just a reminder to all that has not proven itself to be a reliable source for predictions of future events.

At Sun Jul 22, 02:47:00 AM 2007, Blogger Rafi G said...

a basic review of the mekubalim meeting was in today's newspapers.

At Sun Jul 22, 08:18:00 AM 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...


I don't buy the local papers. Which of them did you see the article in?

At Sun Jul 22, 09:46:00 PM 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thexe predictions were born in sin.

At Mon Jul 23, 07:10:00 AM 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Which sin?

At Wed Jul 25, 04:49:00 PM 2007, Blogger joshwaxman said...

consulting ov and yid'oni by relying on the Ouija board that is facilitated communication with autistics?

(just a guess.)

See my recent conversation on this topic, here.

At Thu Jul 26, 12:56:00 AM 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...


Regarding your latest response on that page, where is that Ra"n (and the associated GR"A) that you are citing?

At Thu Jul 26, 02:31:00 PM 2007, Blogger joshwaxman said...

As Rav Chaim there pointed out to me (in an earlier thread), it is found in the Rif for Kiddushin daf 12a (in pages of Rif), and in the Biur haGra note 8 in Even haEzer siman 1.
I would stress that I don't think that means mandatory and universal kollel, and that it might well not translate to today's kollel system which also involves poverty, government support, and burdens on in-laws.
Kol Tuv,

At Sun Jul 29, 11:13:00 AM 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

On the subject of our turbulent times and Geulah:

At Sun Aug 05, 11:14:00 PM 2007, Blogger Batya said...

It's important to take blogging breaks.


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