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Saturday, March 31, 2012

More on Rav Zohn's Dream

A long-time reader sent me a pdf from Mishpacha Magazine from Av 5768 (August, 2008) that contained an interview with Rav Shachne Zohn Shlit"a - may he get well soon.  Click on the image below.

(As an aside, the date on the magazine article is 12 Av, 5768 and August 13, 2008.  Adding 1335 days from that date brings you to April 9, 2012 - the middle of Pesah. אַשְׁרֵי הַמְחַכֶּה, וְיַגִּיעַ:  לְיָמִים--אֶלֶף, שְׁלֹשׁ מֵאוֹת שְׁלֹשִׁים וַחֲמִשָּׁה)


At Sun Apr 01, 01:10:00 AM 2012, Blogger Dov Bar-Leib said...

i herd from rav Zohns that moshiach will come peaCH 5772
wha threre news about it

At Sun Apr 01, 08:57:00 AM 2012, Blogger Moshe said...

You heard it personally, this Pesah?
Where and when?

At Sun Apr 01, 11:09:00 AM 2012, Blogger Moshe said...

I heard that at the time of Moshiah , it is going to be two Pesah. One Pesah that we celebrate going out of Mitsraim and second Pesah -- Pesah of Moshiah which will be right after the first Pesah. If it is true then it is perfect fits exactly 9 month since 24th of Tammuz, 5771 -- which is the exact date of Minha Gedola. Which 23-24 Nissan , April 15-16, 2012.

At Sun Apr 01, 12:41:00 PM 2012, Blogger Dov Bar-Leib said...

Moshea read my blog it talks about moshiach process start pesach 5772
also look rav glazerson torah code its says north korea will shoot rocket to japan this start world war gog magog..

At Mon Apr 02, 09:50:00 AM 2012, Blogger Moshe said...

very interesting shiur of Rabbi Eli Mansour about galut Shehina, private and universal geula, praying of Moshiah

At Mon Apr 02, 05:51:00 PM 2012, Blogger Dov Bar-Leib said...

Rav Lazer Brody wrote about the 2nd Pesach a few years ago. I think that he may have repeated it within the last two years. Interestingly, the Parsha HaShavua for the 8th day of Pesach in Eretz Yisrael is Shmini even though in EY, there is no 8th day of Pesach. This regularly happens when Pesach falls out on Shabbat in years with only one Adar. Usually Pesach falls out on Shabbat about three times per decade. Yet, there has been an extremely unusual 13 year dry spell where Pesach has not fallen out on Shabbat at all while it has fallen out on Motzei Shabbat in 2001, 2005, and 2008. Two of those three years were horrible years for the Jewish people. Rosh HaShana 5761 was the 2nd or 3rd day of the Al Aksa Intifada which took over 1000 lives and maimed thousands for life over the course of about four and a half years. 2005 (5765) was the year of the geirush and is not worth repeating the horrors that have resulted because of it. Yet, we are told that the Geulah b'itah is most associated with a year in which Pesach falls out on Shabbat because in such years the 17th of Tamuz and Tisha B'Av also fall out on Shabbat, in effect canceling the Churban in Shamayim from happening in such a year. We commemorate the fasts in such years on the following day lest we forget to fast in other years when they do not fall out on Shabbat. So we shall see how history transpires. But it is nice after a 13 year drought to once again "celebrate" Seder night and Tisha B'Av when they fall out on Shabbat. And this is my first year since making Aliyah to in effect celebrate an 8th day of Pesach with Parshat Shmini. I am trying to convince the local Chabad Rav here to celebrate Seudat HaMashiach on that Shabbat even though it is the custom in EY to have that feast on the 7th day of Pesach. That way the Seudah can be near sundown and be treated with the respect that it deserves that it would not receive as being a quicky meal on Yom Shishi, Erev Shabbat. After all it has been 14 years since this has happened here.

At Mon Apr 02, 06:09:00 PM 2012, Blogger Dov Bar-Leib said...

Personally, I should mention that in 1998 (5758) I was dating my wife and spent Pesach with her family in Cleveland. And Shabbat Chazon was my Aufruf which in that year was Tisha B'Av. Oh how we come full circle.

At Wed May 02, 04:54:00 PM 2012, Anonymous Anonymous said...

In Yerushalayim, in Breslov, we call it seudas Ha Baal Shem Tov - and this year had it shalosh seudas time.


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