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Thursday, July 21, 2005

This Year (5765) is Special

See this for why. In particular, see Section W part 7, and the conclusion.

Also, see Section N part 9, which points out that this week's Haftara about Eliyahu (Zachur Latov) is read, which doesn't happen very often.

(via Mah Rabu)


At Thu Jul 21, 09:07:00 AM 2005, Blogger Yaakov said...

A lot of wide-eyed wonder but no basis to say that a) there is noteably more "uniqueness" to 5765 than other years, or b) that this calendrical uniqueness has any significance from a Torah perspective.

Much more simple and to the point (in my opinion):

We have the pasuk "v'eis tzara l'Yaakov, u-mimena yivashe'a"--"it is a time for trouble for Yaakov, and through it he will be saved." (This is the verse the Mitteler Rebbe uses as a basis of his explanation of the birthpangs of Moshiach ).

So the "eis tzara" ("time of trouble") are the birthpangs that immediately precede the coming of Moshiach (as explained by the Mitteler Rebbe there). The gematria of "eis tzara" is 765, as in the 765th year of the 6th millenium, as in 5765.

Sufficient for the understanding?

At Thu Jul 21, 12:45:00 PM 2005, Blogger yaak said...


You're right - on its own, it doesn't tell me much. However, added to all the other Remazim, like the one you brought, it's interesting.

Just the fact that we read about Eliyahu Hanavi this year on Parshat Pinehas, which happens rarely, is another siman.

At Thu Jul 21, 02:39:00 PM 2005, Blogger Yaakov said...

[...]the fact that we read about Eliyahu Hanavi this year on Parshat Pinehas, which happens rarely, is another siman. what's the message? Jezebel wanted to do a "hitnatkut" on Eliyahu, so he ran away to the desert and merited to be led to har Chorev and experience Hashem "not in the storm, not in the earthquake, etc."


At Thu Jul 21, 05:46:00 PM 2005, Blogger yaak said...

You want to play tough, huh? :)

How about this:

In the Haftara, Eliyahu was commanded to annoint Yehu to replace Ahav, who's from the house of Omri, and Yehu will get rid of the Baal.
Bimhera Veyamenu, Eliyahu will announce the annointing of Mashiah, who will replace Ariel Sharon, whose leftist policies come from his son, Omri, and the Mashiah will get rid of the Sitra Ahara.

At Thu Jul 21, 11:40:00 PM 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good news: LeDavid has opened an English language forum.

At Fri Jul 22, 09:42:00 AM 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Indeed 5765 is special, but for totally different reasons!

Fundamental tikunim take place every 19, 12, and 7 years, the numbers figuring in the Jewish calendar.

It goes as follows:

19-year cycle: The tikunim of Pesach/Sfirat HaOmer. Last part of the sequence: 5708(State of Israel, day 20 of the Omer), 5727 (Liberation Yerushalayim, day 43 of the Omer), 5746, 5765, 5784 (First Korban Pesach).

12-year cycle: Tikunim in period Tammuz, Av, Elul. Last part of the sequence: 5729 (Woodstock), 5741 (Berlin), 5753(Oslo), 5765(Kfar Maimon), 5777, 5789, 5801 (Tisha Be'av Yerushalayim).

7-year cycle: Tikunim on Tisha Be'av. Moshiach comes on Tisha Be'av, and these are his footsteps. Last part of the sequence 5751, 5758, 5765, 5772, 5779, 5786, 5793, 5800.

The year 5765 occurs in every one of them. It is a year with a triple tikun, the most pivotal year of all of history! Two tikunim have already occurred. One on day 43 of the Omer, one on Tammuz 13. The third will be on Tisha Be'av.

We should take the three weeks very seriously this year. Do Teshuva, take every Chumra you can, and there will be only good for Ohavei Torah and Ne'emanei Eretz Yisrael!

At Fri Jul 22, 09:54:00 AM 2005, Blogger yaak said...


I like your conclusion and the cycles for the past, but where (or who) do you get your predictions from?

At Fri Jul 22, 11:13:00 AM 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

These things are known in small circles... I wrote one oversight: the 12-year cycle has also tikunim in Sivan, from Shavuot onwards.

At Fri Jul 22, 01:01:00 PM 2005, Blogger Yaakov said...

What tikkun took place in Woodstock '69? Bob Dylan?

At Sat Jul 23, 09:27:00 PM 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yaakov, this is the truth, but I am not going into details. HaMaskil Yavin. BTW, I see I made another typo. For the record, in case this comes into the hands of a Maskil: the tikkun of the 19-year cycle was on day 38 of Sfirat HaOmer, not day 43.


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