Thursday, March 31, 2016

Shabbat Servile Work Test

I wanted to give you an easy way to identify what would be servile work on Shabbat.

Just ask yourself a question: "Is me doing this and that, a servile work?", "Am I a slave if I would do this or that?"

For example, if you work as a taxi cab driver, ask yourself: 

  1. "Is it a servile work to drive my family to the beach on Shabbat?". 
  2. "If I am doing it, will I do it as a slave or for myself? 
The obvious answers would be revealed instantly... 
  1. Of'course you can drive your family to the beach, because driving your family to the beach is not a servile work. You are doing it for yourself, not for your boss or superior." You are not a slave here. 
  2. And obviously, you can't drive a client to the beach on Shabbat, because you would be serving the client, you are a slave here, so it is a servile work.

I hope this makes it clearer for you to identify what work is permitted and what work is prohibited on Shabbat.

Does Iran want to destroy Israel?

The answer is - NO, ABSOLUTELY NOT !!!

When I was studying Iranian nomads and their tent technology(see my old posts) in Iran, I got a chance to watch Iranian state TV. It was mostly propaganda, of'course, but what struck me as most interesting is that when they talked about "destroying Israel", they never actually said that!

What they said on all their TV channels is that they want to destroy ZIONISM and ZIONISTS, not Israel or Jews/Hebrews. They NEVER said a word "Israel" or "Jews/Hebrews". This is either a propaganda or some really bad misunderstanding.

Judaism is one of the officially recognized religions in Iran. There are synagogues and Jews there right now. So it would be strange if they would say they want to kill their own Jews and if they would go against their own constitution, which acknowledges Judaism.

Not to mention that Iran is a Biblical land, so it would be strange if they would want to destroy their own treasures which are tightly connected to Jews and Judaism.

I just hear this stupid lie (that Iran wants to destroy Israel) and I get very upset and angry that they say that. Not that Iran is a saint, but they most certainly not some religious fanatics over there. They want to live in peace just like us.

And yes, Zionism and Zionists must be stopped. They are fascists who give good Jews and Hebrews very bad name. I absolutely agree with Iran on this.

This post is to clear up this whole misunderstanding...

The Best Online Dating Advice

If you are using online dating, this post is for you. You probably do not know what I am about to propose to you, so read on.

The best way to find someone who will likely respond is to look for people who are ONLINE RIGHT NOW. Do not waste your time sending messages to people who are off-line. They may never come back, so send your messages to people currently online.

Most web sites support sorting according to activity and allow you to see who is online right now. So, open a chat and start talking to your match. Be polite and nice and you will most likely get a response.

I found writing and engaging in chat with those who are online is more efficient than just sending messages to offline people.

Right now, the best online dating web site is this one. Can't pronounce/write it because it has a name of a deity in it. Otherwise, I would recommend only this site. The prices for premium membership are also very reasonable.

I hope this simple advice will get you a match of your life. :)

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Making mistakes in Torah observance

I wanted to talk about making mistakes in Torah observance. 

I've noticed that some people think that it is impossible to make mistakes when it comes to Torah or some people think that by making an honest mistake in Torah observance God would punish them severely.

Both of these cases are not true for a very simple reason: Written Torah tells us how to atone for mistakes (sins). So, I hope you would agree, had Torah not have these rituals, then we could claim that our observance must be flawless and perfect.

Let's take a look at the text:

First of all, we had at least monthly sin offerings (Numbers 28:15), which means that it is impossible for a human to live a month without sinning somehow. Which is why God created these sin-offerings.

Secondly, there is an explicit commandment to bring a sin-offering for unintentional sins.
YLT Lev 4:2 'Speak unto the sons of Israel, saying, When a person doth sin through ignorance against any of the commands of Jehovah regarding things which are not to be done, and hath done something against one of these-- 
YLT Lev 4:3  'If the priest who is anointed doth sin according to the guilt of the people, then he hath brought near for his sin which he hath sinned a bullock, a son of the herd, a perfect one, to Jehovah, for a sin-offering,
And last, but very important. Not only Torah assumes that mortals will sin, Torah also wisely warns against communal sin, when the whole community is mistaken. 
YLT Lev 4:13 'And if the whole company of Israel err ignorantly, and the thing hath been hidden from the eyes of the assembly, and they have done something against one of all the commands of Jehovah concerning things which are not to be done, and have been guilty; 
YLT Lev 4:14 when the sin which they have sinned concerning it hath been known, then have the assembly brought near a bullock, a son of the herd, for a sin-offering, and they have brought it in before the tent of meeting; 
YLT Lev 4:15 and the elders of the company have laid their hands on the head of the bullock, before Jehovah, and one hath slaughtered the bullock before Jehovah. 
YLT Lev 4:20  'And he hath done to the bullock as he hath done to the bullock of the sin-offering, so he doth to it; and the priest hath made atonement for them, and it hath been forgiven them;
YLT Lev 4:21 and he hath brought out the bullock unto the outside of the camp, and hath burned it as he hath burned the first bullock; it is a sin-offering of the assembly.
The communal sins DO happen and actually the one big one is happening right now in Jewish community. Namely, Jews have strayed away from the Written Torah. Which is why I am imploring the whole community to go back to God and the Written Torah. We do not have to wait for God or messiah. We have instructions for what to do in such situation. Let us atone for this sin and go back to God and our land!!! Am I the only one understanding this?

So the point of the story is this: do not be afraid to make mistakes in Torah observance, as long as you do it to improve your observance. Do not be afraid to experiment with commandments. God and Torah pay a lot of attention to INTENT, so if your intent is pure and to get closer to God, it will be forgiven you through the defined procedure and respective offering. But do not be ignorant like the rabbis, because that God will never forgive.

Monday, March 28, 2016

Why we do not need the Oral Torah?

This is a post for my orthodox Jewish brothers and those who may be interested in this particular debate.

First of all, let's see what was given to us:
YLT Exodus 24:12 And Jehovah saith unto Moses,  'Come up unto Me to the mount, and be there, and I give to thee the tables of stone, and the law, and the command, which I have written to direct them
Tablets of stone here are of course the 10 commandments and the law(torah) and command(mitzvah) is the Written Torah. 

As you can clearly see, no other Torahs was given, and what was given, was given IN WRITING.

So even if we assume that Moses got some additional explanation from God about the Torah, it is most certainly NOT REQUIRED to interpret the Written Torah.

Written Torah is self-sufficient and can be understood, even by a child, without any additional explanations.

This is why we do not need the Oral Torah. Not to mention that it never really existed to begin with.

What is the Tabernacle (Mishkan)? - Torah Portion Terumah - The Overview of the Mishkan

Written Torah provides two verses that directly answer what is the Tabernacle:
YLT Exodus 25:8  'And they have made for Me a sanctuary, and I have tabernacled in their midst; 
YLT Lv 26:11  'And I have given My tabernacle in your midst, and My soul doth not loathe you;
After giving the 10 commandments and the Written Torah at Mt. Sinai, Yahuah asked Moses to create a sanctuary for Him, so that He could dwell (tabernacle) among His people. This was the Tabernacle, in Hebrew known as Mishkan.

The Mishkan (Tabernacle) was a portable sanctuary, a spiritual center in the middle of the desert. It was the place where the Children of Israel would bring slaughters to atone for sins or express gratitude. It was the place where Yahuah God would communicate with Moses and Aaron, His voice emanating from between the two cherubim on top of the Ark of the Covenant in the Holy of Holies section of the Tabernacle Mishkan. It was the place where Yahuah was close to His people. The presence of the Tabernacle Mishkan was a sign of approval from God and His satisfaction with the Children of Israel.

How did it happen:

After the Golden Calf incident and following plague and forgiveness, the command finally came. The Tabernacle would be a sign of the renewed closeness between Yahuah and the Hebrews.

Yahuah specified that the work be overseen by Bezalel from the tribe of Judah, who was joined by Oholiab from the tribe of Dan. The people were commanded to make a voluntary offering (terumah) and donate materials and labour to work on the building, such as weaving and crafting. Within a short time, probably around one year, the entire structure was complete.

What was Tabernacle Mishkan?

The Mishkan sat inside a large Courtyard that was 120 cubits long and 60 cubits wide (a cubit is approximately 18 inches, or 46 cm). The courtyard was surrounded by a linen partition which was 100 cubits in total length and 50 cubits in total width, held up by wooden pillars and copper sockets and fastened to the ground with stakes. In the center of the eastern half of the courtyard stood the large copper altar, which was used for animal slaughters. The altar was square, 5x5x3 cubits, which was the perfect size for sons of Aaron to access it and to fit the slaughtered animals. Between the copper altar and the entrance of the Tent of the sanctuary stood the Copper Laver where the priests would wash their hands and feet.

The sanctuary, the Tent of the Taberncle itself was 31 cubits long and 10 cubits wide. Its walls were made of thin, gold-plated, acacia-wood boards standing side-by-side to form three sides of a rectangle. The beams were inserted into interlocking silver sockets and were held in place by long, gold-plated, wooden poles. The Entrance curtain hangings covered the fourth side and served as the entrance into the Mishkan.

The first, the bottom covering of the Tabernacle was a tapestry, woven of linen and red, blue, and purple wool, with cherubim embroidered on it. The tapestry consisted of the two separate sections, which were connected together by a row of 50 golden clasps. The tapestry was covered by a second covering, a layer of goat hair, with its halves similarly attached with the 50 copper clasps. These two layers covered the top of the structure and hung over the wooden walls of the Mishkan. Additionally, red-dyed ram skin covering, which was probably one long piece and so-called "Tachash" (or "darkened) skin covering covered the roof of the structure.

What was inside the Mishkan Tabernacle?

The interior of the Tent of the Mishkan was divided in two by a hanging tapestry. The front room, known as the Kodesh (the Holy Place), contained special furniture. On the southern side stood the golden menorah (lamp), whose lamps on the seven branches the priests kindled every morning and every evening. Near the northern wall stood the golden table, upon which the priests placed 12 ritual show-breads every week for them to eat during their service in the Tent of the Mishkan. There was also a smaller golden altar upon which the special psychoactive incense was offered continuously during the Tabernacle service.

The second, western room was known as the Kodesh HaKadashim, the Holy of Holies or the Ark of the Covenant room. The Holy of Holies contained the Ark of the Covenant: a golden box that housed two stone Tablets written by God (this was the second copy, first being broken by Moses at the Calf incident). There was nothing in the Ark of the Covenant except for the two tablets of the covenant. Later, the Holy of Holies featured other sacred items, namely the jar of manna that Hebrews ate for 40 years in the desert and the Aarons rod that was budding with almonds. On the cover of the ark there was a golden slab (cover or shelter) with two golden cherubim facing each other with outstretched wings and covering the slab (cover) from view with them.

No one was permitted to enter the Holy of Holies except for the High Priest, and even he would enter only once a year as part of his Yom Kippur service. And only the sons of Aaron were allowed inside the Tent of the Tabernacle. 

The Mishkan was made to to be portable on purpose. In fact, many of its contents were outfitted with special carrying poles and protective coverings. There were also six special covered wagons that were used to transport the Tabernacle parts, such as the boards, sockets, curtains e.t.c 

Dedication and Anointment of the Tabernacle (Mishkan)

For a week, Moses was setting up the Mishkan. Then, on the first of day of the second year from the Exodus from Egypt, Moses officially inaugurated and anointed the Tabernacle. The entire tent was filled with Yahuah’s Presence in a form of pillar of fire or smoke, which prevented everyone – even Moses – from entering the Tent of the Mishkan.

For the next twelve days, the princes of the twelve Tribes of Israel brought slaughters and gifts. The Tabernacle was not the exclusive property of its keepers, the Levites and the Priests, but was the heritage of every Hebrew who helped to build it.

How long did the Tabernacle exist?

The Tabernacle traveled with the Hebrews for 40 years in the desert. When the people entered the Land of Canaan (Israel), the Mishkan came with them. For fourteen years, the Mishkan stood in Gilgal while the Hebrews conquered and allotted the land. Then they placed the Tabernacle in Shiloh. The sanctuary stood in Shiloh for 369 years. At the end of that period, the sanctuary was moved to Nov, and then to Givon. The last reference to the location of the Tabernacle and its parts is mentioned in the apocryphal book of Maccabees, where it is said to have been hidden by Jeremiah in the mount Nebo, where Moses died. Current location of the Tabernacle or its existence is unknown.  

When Solomon built the 1st Temple in Jerusalem, he decomissioned the Tabernacle for some reason. However, Written Torah explicitly states that only Tabernacle and NOT Temple is the true, explicitly commanded dwelling of God Yahuah FOREVER and FOR ALL ETERNITY. Tabernacle Mishkan should always exist and if it does not it is our responsibility to rebuild it. So it is very unclear why current traditional Judaism has completely forgotten this.

Sunday, March 27, 2016

Why does Torah allow Stoning and Public Executions?

Why does the Written Torah allow stoning and public executions? Isn't it barbaric and primitive?

The answer is NO! 

What Written Torah prescribes is very just and wise. It is not primitive or barbaric. In fact, I will show you that how we execute criminals now is more barbaric than what Torah prescribes.

But first of all, let's look at what kind of public executions Torah prescribes:
YLT Lv 20:27  'And a man or woman--when there is in them a familiar spirit, or who are wizards--are certainly put to death; with stones they stone them; their blood is on them.' 
YLT Dt 21:22  'And when there is in a man a sin--a cause of death, and he hath been put to death, and thou hast hanged him on a tree, 
YLT Dt 21:23 his corpse doth not remain on the tree, for thou dost certainly bury him in that day--for a thing lightly esteemed of God is the hanged one--and thou dost not defile thy ground which Jehovah thy God is giving to thee--an inheritance. 
YLT Lv 20:14  'And a man who taketh the woman and her mother--it is wickedness; with fire they burn him and them, and there is no wickedness in your midst.
As you can see, there were at least three methods, but I guess Torah leaves it up to an executioner to decide. The same way we decide how to kill animals for food. Usually, in the most humane manner possible.

Please note, that stoning and death by fire are horrible, yet they kill the person relatively quickly. Matter of minutes. It is far more humane than the lethal injections, which cause a person to suffer for hours sometimes before violent death from heart attack. I would rather take stoning or autodafe over lethal injection or life sentence in prison. So what Torah proposes IS NOT BARBARIC, IT IS WISDOM AND HUMILITY!!!

Another reason for PUBLIC execution is that it would intimidate future perpetrators. Torah even states it explicitly in Deuteronomy 13:6-11, more specifically in v. 11
YLT Dt 13:11 and all Israel do hear and fear, and add not to do like this evil thing in thy midst.
Witnesses of the crime of the accused would stone him first, and only then the rest of the people. This would prevent perjury and give satisfaction to the survivors of the crime. This would also distribute the responsibility for the executions upon everyone so everyone will remember that the SAME can happen to them as well so this would act as a great deterrent.
YLT Dt 17:6 By the mouth of two witnesses or of three witnesses is he who is dead put to death; he is not put to death by the mouth of one witness; 
YLT Dt 17:7 the hand of the witnesses is on him, in the first place, to put him to death, and the hand of all the people last; and thou hast put away the evil thing out of thy midst. 
And, please note that these public executions were not some form of street-justice, but rather had to be sanctioned by the court and executed by at least two witnesses. So these public executions were perfectly legal and justified.
YLT Deut 16:18 'Judges and authorities thou dost make to thee within all thy gates which Jehovah thy God is giving to thee, for thy tribes; and they have judged the people--a righteous judgment.
Levites were also acting as a judicial body:
YLT Dt 17:8 'When anything is too hard for thee for judgment, between blood and blood, between plea and plea, and between stroke and stroke--matters of strife within thy gates--then thou hast risen, and gone up unto the place on which Jehovah thy God doth fix, 
YLT Dt 17:9 and hast come in unto the priests, the Levites, and unto the judge who is in those days, and hast inquired, and they have declared to thee the word of judgment, 
YLT Dt 17:10 and thou hast done according to the tenor of the word which they declare to thee (they of that place which Jehovah doth choose; and thou hast observed to do according to all that they direct thee. 
YLT Dt 17:11  'According to the tenor of the law which they direct thee, and according to the judgment which they say to thee thou dost do; thou dost not turn aside from the word which they declare to thee, right or left. 
YLT Dt 17:12 And the man who acteth with presumption, so as not to hearken unto the priest (who is standing to serve there Jehovah thy God), or unto the judge, even that man hath died, and thou hast put away the evil thing from Israel, 
YLT Dt 17:13 and all the people do hear and fear, and do not presume any more.
As you can see, Torah clearly states that in order to eliminate presumption in the Law (in the Torah), we need the Levites and Judges(for civil matters) to lead us. This is not the case right now and this is why we have what we have. Public executions were also decided by them.

In Iran, for example, they have public hangings and they have an almost non-existent crime rate. No wonder. So how is that bad? Yes, it is not nice or pretty but it is necessary, especially to prevent tragedies like mass shootings, murders, crimes against children, adultery and other sexual perversions. I do not see how it is bad? Why so many people do not understand this?

What do you think?

Friday, March 25, 2016

How to Pray according to the Written Torah?

This is a rather often asked question... Does God command us to pray? How one should pray God? Are there any prayers in the Written Torah? Let's look at these questions.

First of all, traditional prayers are not in the Written Torah. There are numerous prayers by different characters in the Torah, but as far as I know, there is only ONE commanded one. Let's take a look:
YLT Num 6:22 . And Jehovah speaketh unto Moses, saying, 
YLT Num 6:23  'Speak unto Aaron, and unto his sons, saying, Thus ye do bless the sons of Israel, saying to them, 
YLT Num 6:24  'Jehovah bless thee and keep thee; 
YLT Num 6:25  'Jehovah cause His face to shine upon thee, and favour thee; 
YLT Num 6:26  'Jehovah lift up His countenance upon thee, and appoint for thee--peace. 
YLT Num 6:27  'And they have put My name upon the sons of Israel, and I--I do bless them.'
And here is transliteration of Numbers 6:24-26, if you want to memorize it in Hebrew:

Numbers 6:24 Yevarechecha Yahuah veyishmerecha

Numbers 6:25 Yaer Yahuah panav eleycha vichuneka.

Numbers 6:26 Yisa Yahuah panav eleycha veyasem lecha shalom.

This is the only commanded prayer in the Written Torah, and as you can see, it is different in style and mood, than most of the traditional prayers.

Secondly, it appears that most characters talked to God directly. Not necessarily because they have encountered God, but rather because this is the way to talk to Him. The best example would be Moses. Here is what God said explicitly about Moses:
YLT Num 12:6 And He saith, 'Hear, I pray you, My words: If your prophet is of Jehovah--in an appearance unto him I make Myself known; in a dream I speak with him; 
YLT Num 12:7 not so My servant Moses; in all My house he is steadfast; 
YLT Num 12:8 mouth unto mouth I speak with him, and by an appearance, and not in riddles; and the form of Jehovah he beholdeth attentively; and wherefore have ye not been afraid to speak against My servant--against Moses?'
So basically, Written Torah tells us, that if you want to pray, your prayer should come from the soul and you should talk to God as you are talking to a father. With respect, yet openly and without all ritual crap. If you want God give you a car - just say so: "God, please give me a car. I really need it to get a job. Thanks". This would be the most appropriate prayer in such situation. 

When I see those prayer books in churches or synagogues, even the parts of the Bible (i.e Psalms, Lamentations, e.t.c, I want to cry. This is not how you pray! Just talk to God already!!! Stop singing Him songs and read him some whiny bullshit from the prayer-book. 

Just talk to God as you would to your own Father. With respect, yet openly and honestly. This will guarantee that your prayer will be heard and maybe even answered. 

And always remember that Yahuah, God of the Universe, only answers prayers from people who observe His Holy Law - the Written Torah. If you do not follow Written Torah, God will be less likely to respond. So please, before praying to God and asking someone, ask yourself:  Have you have been doing things for Him, namely following His commandments, which are outlined in the Written Torah? If yes, then your prayer will succeed, if not - then God will decide on His own. I hope this clarifies this issue.

So, pray from your soul, not from the book!

P.S. Here is a very good example of a good prayer. This is how our patriarch Moses prayed to God:
CLV Ex 34:8 Then Moses hastened, bowed his head toward the earth, bowed himself down,

CLV Ex 34:9 and said: I pray, if I find grace in Your eyes, my Lord, I pray, let my Lord go among us, for they are a stiff-necked people, and You will pardon our depravity and our sins, and You will gain us an allotment.

CLV Num 12:13 Then Moses cried to Yahuah, saying: El, I pray heal her, I pray!

Thursday, March 24, 2016

If a prophet does a miracle, he must not contradict Written Torah

I just wanted to point out that if a prophet does a miracle, he must preach only Written Torah and he can't contradict Written Torah in any way. If the prophet did a miracle but he tells you something other than the Written Torah - he is a false prophet !!!

I know that some people, particularly Christians, fall victims to charlatans and frauds because they do not know this simple rule!!! 

For example, if a prophet does a miracle and says that you should not follow Written Torah because it was outdated/fulfilled e.t.c. - he is a FALSE PROPHET !!!

So please remember the Prophet Test. It is very simple! A miracle, Written Torah! If a prophet does not do these two things, he is a false prophet!!!

Also, it is always a good idea to ask a prophet which God send him. If he says anything other than Yahuah, God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob - he is definitely a false prophet. Stay away from him!

Let's re-read the Prophet Test in Deuteronomy:
YLT Dt 13:1 'When there ariseth in your midst a prophet, or a dreamer of a dream, and he hath given unto thee a sign or wonder, 
YLT Dt 13:2 and the sign and the wonder hath come which he hath spoken of unto thee, saying, Let us go after other gods (which thou hast not known), and serve them, 
YLT Dt 13:3 thou dost not hearken unto the words of that prophet, or unto that dreamer of the dream, for Jehovah your God is trying you, to know whether ye are loving Jehovah your God with all your heart, and with all your soul; 
YLT Dt 13:4 after Jehovah your God ye walk, and Him ye fear, and His commands ye keep, and to His voice ye hearken, and Him ye serve, and to Him ye cleave. 
YLT Dt 13:5 'And that prophet, or that dreamer of the dream, is put to death, for he hath spoken apostasy against Jehovah your God (who is bringing you out of the land of Egypt, and hath ransomed you out of a house of servants), to drive you out of the way in which Jehovah thy God hath commanded thee to walk, and thou hast put away the evil thing from thy midst.
YLT Dt 18:15 'A prophet out of thy midst, out of thy brethren, like to me, doth Jehovah thy God raise up to thee--unto him ye hearken;
YLT Dt 18:16 according to all that thou didst ask from Jehovah thy God, in Horeb, in the day of the assembly, saying, Let me not add to hear the voice of Jehovah my God, and this great fire let me not see any more, and I die not; 
YLT Dt 18:17 and Jehovah saith unto me, They have done well that they have spoken; 
YLT Dt 18:18 a prophet I raise up to them, out of the midst of their brethren, like to thee; and I have given my words in his mouth, and he hath spoken unto them all that which I command him; 
YLT Dt 18:19 and it hath been--the man who doth not hearken unto My words which he doth speak in My name, I require it of him. 
YLT Dt 18:20  'Only, the prophet who presumeth to speak a word in My name--that which I have not commanded him to speak--and who speaketh in the name of other gods--even that prophet hath died. 
YLT Dt 18:21  'And when thou sayest in thy heart, How do we know the word which Jehovah hath not spoken?-- 
YLT Dt 18:22 that which the prophet speaketh in the name of Jehovah, and the thing is not, and cometh not--it is the word which Jehovah hath not spoken; in presumption hath the prophet spoken it;--thou art not afraid of him.
So, as you can see, it is very simple. Prophet MUST:

  1. Serve Yahuah only!
  2. Be able to show a sign or wonder!
  3. Preach only Written Torah and nothing else
If these 3 conditions are not fulfilled, it is a false prophet! Stay away from him and do not believe him!!!

This applies to both, Jews and Christians!!!

Be safe and trust only real prophets!!!

Is it permissible to socialize and use technology on Shabbat?

The answer to this question is for my orthodox readers. The answer is - yes, you can and you even must.

Today, (ultra)orthodox Jews do not use technology to gather on Shabbat. This is horrible and incorrect interpretation of the Torah. Please read my Shabbat article for detailed argumentation.

Every Shabbat in (ultra)orthodox community is like Yom Kippur. It is a day of mourning and silence. Streets of religious neighbourhoods in Jerusalem and New York are empty and look like a ghost town. This is unacceptable !!!

This is what Torah says about the Shabbat:
YLT Lv 23:3 six days is work done, and in the seventh day is a sabbath of rest, a holy convocation; ye do no work; it is a sabbath to Jehovah in all your dwellings.
As you can see, Torah says that it is a HOLY MEETING. Therefore, we are to do everything we can to gather together on Shabbat, especially in our time, when we do not have the Tabernacle. We must use cars and phones and internet and other technology to get together on Shabbat. Why impostor rabbis prohibited us what Torah clearly allows and commands? 

So, do not listen to rabbis and use technology on Shabbat without any fear!!!

Driving your family to the beach, even if you work as a taxi driver, is NOT SLAVE WORK!!! Calling your grandma is NOT SLAVE WORK!!! So please enjoy life and technology, which God gave you to be comfortable on your day of rest!!! 

Is Pig Milk Kosher?

Is Pig milk kosher? The answer is - yes! Just like honey that is made by bees (unclean swarmers), pig's milk is also kosher. I know that some of you may find idea disgusting, but Torah does not prohibit that, so you can, technically, drink pig's milk. As long as the pig is alive, some of its products (milk) is kosher or clean. The pig itself, even alive, is unclean of course.

A fun fact from Jewish tradition: cookies or other food made to look like a pig or taste like a pig is also kosher. Torah does not care about looks and taste.

So as you can see, Written Torah is a very tricky book. You have to be very careful when analysing the text of the Torah.

Noahide Laws are a blatant lie!!!

I wanted to warn you against the so-called Noahide Laws. They are a lie being spread by rabbis (pharisees). This tradition is disgusting and wrong, and Torah never says a word about anything like that. 

If you do not know what Noahide Laws are, please read this Wiki article first.

To be absolutely honest, there is a basis for such tradition in the Torah. It is indeed true, that Noah was commanded only certain things and we are never told that he observed all the Torah.
However, this does not mean that now, when we have the Torah, anyone should continue to live according these laws. Noah undoubtedly knew all the Written Torah, which is why he was chosen by God to be saved (Genesis 6:8-9).

Now, let's see what Torah really says:

First of all, Torah explicitly says that through the seed of Abraham ALL EARTH and ALL NATIONS will be blessed. This can only mean one thing, namely that all nations of the earth will come to the Written Torah after all and recognize it as the only binding Law for all humanity. NOT JUST SEVEN LAWS !!! Please see Genesis 12:3, Genesis 18:18, Genesis 22:18, Genesis 26:4.

Secondly, Written Torah explicitly states that we are to have ONE LAW FOR EVERYONE !!! Let's look at the text:
YLT Ex 12:48  'And when a sojourner sojourneth with thee, and hath made a passover to Jehovah, every male of his is to be circumcised, and then he doth come near to keep it, and he hath been as a native of the land, but any uncircumcised one doth not eat of it; 
YLT Ex 12:49 one law is to a native, and to a sojourner who is sojourning in your midst.' 
YLT Num 15:15  'One statute is for you of the congregation and for the sojourner who is sojourning, a statute age-during to your generations: as ye are so is the sojourner before Jehovah; 
YLT Num 15:16 one law and one ordinance is to you and to the sojourner who is sojourning with you.' 
YLT Num 15:29 for the native among the sons of Israel, and for the sojourner who is sojourning in their midst--one law is to you, for him who is doing anything through ignorance. 
YLT Lv 7:7 as is a sin-offering, so is a guilt-offering; one law is for them; the priest who maketh atonement by it--it is his.
As you can clearly see, if a gentile wants to serve God and observe the Written Torah, we are required to provide him such opportunity. We can't deny those who want to come closer to God their chance. What rabbis say in Talmud is discrimination and racism and a blatant lie. It is wrong and Written Torah does not command it.

Some gentiles are even allowed to become part of the Hebrew nation.
YLT Dt 23:7  'Thou dost not abominate an Edomite, for thy brother he is; thou dost not abominate an Egyptian, for a sojourner thou hast been in his land; 
YLT Dt 23:8 sons who are begotten of them, a third generation of them, doth enter into the assembly of Jehovah.

Exclusive Material: Correct Reading of Genesis 1:9-19

I was re-reading the account of creation in Genesis, when I've noticed that something was horribly out of place. Let's take a look at the text:
YLT Gen 1:9 And God saith,  'Let the waters under the heavens be collected unto one place, and let the dry land be seen:'  and it is so. 
YLT Gen 1:10 And God calleth to the dry land  'Earth,'  and to the collection of the waters He hath called  'Seas;'  and God seeth that it is good. 
YLT Gen 1:11 And God saith,  'Let the earth yield tender grass, herb sowing seed, fruit-tree (whose seed is in itself) making fruit after its kind, on the earth:'  and it is so. 
YLT Gen 1:12 And the earth bringeth forth tender grass, herb sowing seed after its kind, and tree making fruit (whose seed is in itself) after its kind; and God seeth that it is good;
YLT Gen 1:13 and there is an evening, and there is a morning--day third. 
YLT Gen 1:14 And God saith,  'Let luminaries be in the expanse of the heavens, to make a separation between the day and the night, then they have been for signs, and for seasons, and for days and years, 
YLT Gen 1:15 and they have been for luminaries in the expanse of the heavens to give light upon the earth:'  and it is so. 
YLT Gen 1:16 And God maketh the two great luminaries, the great luminary for the rule of the day, and the small luminary--and the stars--for the rule of the night; 
YLT Gen 1:17 and God giveth them in the expanse of the heavens to give light upon the earth, 
YLT Gen 1:18 and to rule over day and over night, and to make a separation between the light and the darkness; and God seeth that it is good; 
YLT Gen 1:19 and there is an evening, and there is a morning--day fourth.
As you can see from the verses above, it appears that the earth brought forth grass BEFORE the sun and the moon were created. How is it possible?

Well, this is undoubtedly corruption of the text, because I've seen similar things before in Samaritan Pentateuch. In our Torah(MT), the names of Canaanite nations are also out of place and have been shuffled. Samaritan Pentateuch corrects this and provides proper order of things. I.e Exodus 34:11. So the correct reading of Genesis 1:9-19 should be such:
YLT Gen 1:9 And God saith,  'Let the waters under the heavens be collected unto one place, and let the dry land be seen:'  and it is so. 
YLT Gen 1:10 And God calleth to the dry land  'Earth,'  and to the collection of the waters He hath called  'Seas;'  and God seeth that it is good. 
YLT Gen 1:14 And God saith,  'Let luminaries be in the expanse of the heavens, to make a separation between the day and the night, then they have been for signs, and for seasons, and for days and years, 
YLT Gen 1:15 and they have been for luminaries in the expanse of the heavens to give light upon the earth:'  and it is so.
YLT Gen 1:16 And God maketh the two great luminaries, the great luminary for the rule of the day, and the small luminary--and the stars--for the rule of the night;
YLT Gen 1:17 and God giveth them in the expanse of the heavens to give light upon the earth, 
YLT Gen 1:18 and to rule over day and over night, and to make a separation between the light and the darkness; and God seeth that it is good; 
YLT Gen 1:13 and there is an evening, and there is a morning--day third. 
YLT Gen 1:11 And God saith,  'Let the earth yield tender grass, herb sowing seed, fruit-tree (whose seed is in itself) making fruit after its kind, on the earth:'  and it is so. 
YLT Gen 1:12 And the earth bringeth forth tender grass, herb sowing seed after its kind, and tree making fruit (whose seed is in itself) after its kind; and God seeth that it is good; 
YLT Gen 1:19 and there is an evening, and there is a morning--day fourth.
As you can see, now the narrative looks logical and correct. Now the sun and the moon were created BEFORE grass and herbs. This is undoubtedly the correct reading.

The question here is, of'course, which day to put it in. I put it into the third day, because God worked on Heavens and Earth in this day, so I thought that Sun and Moon creation also belongs there. I think grass and herbs were created later, in a separate day. However, it is possible to still have these verses in the 4th day paragraph.

Linguistic clues were of no help here, because in all passages Torah says "God seeth that it is good", so there is no way to figure it out through textual analysis.

Sunday, March 20, 2016

Holocaust in the desert

I wanted to point out one very obscure fact that many people do not notice. I want to show you that during the 40 years of desert wanderings over 4 million people have perished. 

It was not redemption - it was a holocaust, because even after the Exodus from Mizraim, Hebrews did not want to believe God, Moses and all the wonders that God made.  

And while Exodus was a great and happy event for the Hebrews (Jews) NOT ONE who left Mizraim made it to the promised land, save for 2 people.

Let's take a look at the text:
YLT Exodus 12:37 And the sons of Israel journey from Rameses to Succoth, about six hundred thousand men on foot, apart from infants; 
YLT Exodus 12:38 and a great rabble also hath gone up with them, and flock and herd--very much cattle.
As you can see, there were 600k armed men, which means that there were 600k women, 1200k children and 1200k elders. Total around 4 million people 
YLT Num 14:6 And Joshua son of Nun, and Caleb son of Jephunneh, of those spying the land, have rent their garments, 
YLT Num 14:7 and they speak unto all the company of the sons of Israel, saying,  'The land into which we have passed over to spy it, is a very very good land;
YLT Num 14:8 if Jehovah hath delighted in us, then He hath brought us in unto this land, and hath given it to us, a land which is flowing with milk and honey; 
YLT Num 14:9 only, against Jehovah rebel not ye: and ye, fear not ye the people of the land, for our bread they are; their defence hath turned aside from off them, and Jehovah is with us; fear them not.' 
YLT Num 14:10 And all the company say to stone them with stones, and the honour of Jehovah hath appeared in the tent of meeting unto all the sons of Israel.
Joshua and Caleb were the only people who believed God and wanted to go to the land of Canaan. It was not God's intention to keep Hebrews in the desert for 40 years. Below verses describe everything clearly.
YLT Num 14:20 And Jehovah saith,  'I have forgiven, according to thy word; 
YLT Num 14:21 and yet, I live--and it is filled--the whole earth--with the honour of Jehovah; 
YLT Num 14:22 for all the men who are seeing My honour, and My signs, which I have done in Egypt, and in the wilderness, and try Me these ten times, and have not hearkened to My voice--
YLT Num 14:23 they see not the land which I have sworn to their fathers, yea, none of those despising Me see it; 
YLT Num 14:24 and My servant Caleb, because there hath been another spirit with him, and he is fully after Me--I have brought him in unto the land whither he hath entered, and his seed doth possess it.
YLT Num 14:26 And Jehovah speaketh unto Moses, and unto Aaron, saying, 
YLT Num 14:27  'Until when hath this evil company that which they are murmuring against Me? the murmurings of the sons of Israel, which they are murmuring against Me, I have heard; 
YLT Num 14:28 say unto them, I live--an affirmation of Jehovah--if, as ye have spoken in Mine ears--so I do not to you; 
YLT Num 14:29 in this wilderness do your carcases fall, even all your numbered ones, to all your number, from a son of twenty years and upward, who have murmured against Me; 
YLT Num 14:30 ye--ye come not in unto the land which I have lifted up My hand to cause you to tabernacle in it, except Caleb son of Jephunneh, and Joshua son of Nun. 
YLT Num 14:31  'As to your infants--of whom ye have said, A spoil they are become--I have even brought them in, and they have known the land which ye have kicked against; 
YLT Num 14:32 as to you--your carcases do fall in this wilderness, 
YLT Num 14:33 and your sons are evil in the wilderness forty years, and have borne your whoredoms till your carcases are consumed in the wilderness; 
YLT Num 14:34 by the number of the days in which ye spied the land, forty days,--a day for a year, a day for a year--ye do bear your iniquities, forty years, and ye have known my breaking off; 
YLT Num 14:35 I am Jehovah, I have spoken; if I do not this to all this evil company who are meeting against me;--in this wilderness they are consumed, and there they die.' 
YLT Num 14:36 . And the men whom Moses hath sent to spy the land, and they turn back and cause all the company to murmur against him, by bringing out an evil account concerning the land, 
YLT Num 14:37 even the men bringing out an evil account of the land die by the plague before Jehovah; 
YLT Num 14:38 and Joshua son of Nun, and Caleb son of Jephunneh, have lived of those men who go to spy out the land. 
YLT Num 14:39 And Moses speaketh these words unto all the sons of Israel, and the people mourn exceedingly,
As you can see, only Moses, Aaron, Joshua and Caleb (and most likely their wives and children) survived the Exodus. Every single Hebrew aside from those 4 have perished. Even Miriam, the prophetess. How do I know this? Simple:
YLT Num 26:1 And it cometh to pass, after the plague, that Jehovah speaketh unto Moses, and unto Eleazar son of Aaron the priest, saying, 
YLT Num 26:2  'Take up the sum of all the company of the sons of Israel, from a son of twenty years and upward, by the house of their fathers, every one going out to the host in Israel.' 
YLT Num 26:3 And Moses speaketh--Eleazar the priest also--with them, in the plains of Moab, by Jordan, near Jericho, saying, 
YLT Num 26:4  'From a son of twenty years and upward,'  as Jehovah hath commanded Moses and the sons of Israel who are coming out from the land of Egypt.
YLT Num 26:51 These are numbered ones of the sons of Israel, six hundred thousand, and a thousand, seven hundred and thirty. 
YLT Deuteronomy 2:14  'And the days which we have walked from Kadesh-Barnea until that we have passed over the brook Zered, are thirty and eight years, till the consumption of all the generation of the men of battle from the midst of the camp, as Jehovah hath sworn to them;
As you can see about 600k entered the land of Canaan. Now, think about it, 600k left Mizraim and 600k came to the Land of Canaan. Population did not increase. Can you do the math? 

This is because God exterminated 4 million people in 38 years as He swore to Moses.

The point of this story is this: if we, Hebrews, not going to go back, VOLUNTARILY, to God, God will redeem us and punish us as much as we were punished during World War 2. And the way things are going, this next Holocaust is going to happen soon. What are we to do?


What is "totafot"?

I am preparing detailed article on Phylacteries (aka Tefillin), but I wanted to share a certain insight with all of you right now, as it seems that many people are confused about what Head part(totafot) of Phylacteries is.

Let's take a look at the text first:
YLT Exodus 13:9 and it hath been to thee for a sign on thy hand, and for a memorial between thine eyes, so that the law of Jehovah is in thy mouth, for by a strong hand hath Jehovah brought thee out from Egypt; 
YLT Exodus 13:16 and it hath been for a token on thy hand, and for frontlets between thine eyes, for by strength of hand hath Jehovah brought us out of Egypt.' 
YLT Deuteronomy 6:8 and hast bound them for a sign upon thy hand, and they have been for frontlets between thine eyes, 
YLT Deuteronomy 11:18 .  'And ye have placed these my words on your heart, and on your soul, and have bound them for a sign on your hand, and they have been for frontlets between your eyes;
Today I will be talking only about Head part of the Tefillin. 

As you can see from above verses, Exodus 13:9 uses a different word to describe the purpose of the Head part, namely memorial vs. elusive Hebrew word "totafot".

As you can also see from above verses, Young is translating the word "totafot" as "frontlets", which is most certainly is correct translation.

The reason why it is a correct translation is because the High Priest had a similar garment, and it is described in the Priestly Garments section. Here is how it looked:

The actual word used in the Torah is Tzitz, which literally means "a blossom":

This is, of course, is a High Priest's "totafot". The difference between the High Priest's totafot and the regular totafot commanded to regular people, is the materials and text.

As you could see from cited verses above, we are commanded to write "all these words". This is a reference to the 10 commandments, as "all these words" refer to the Covenant in Horeb and not the second covenant (Covenant of Moab). So we must write on the Head part the 10 commandments. They must be readable too, otherwise they won't serve as "a memorial between our eyes".

Secondly, the traditional Tefillin (see this Wiki article) is not correct, because these words that we are suppose to write are suppose to be for a memorial as Exodus 13:9 states. This means that the text must be written ON the Tefillin, not hidden inside of it. The box itself perhaps is acceptable, but it most certainly looks weird and I would not put that on my head. Torah does not states what it is suppose to be exactly. It only says "letotafot" (for boundings) between your eyes. So I think the shape is arbitrary and we should use reason and logic to create one. There were 13 tribes, so I am sure there were 13 possible ways of making this part of Tefillin. Of course, gold was not used widely to make it. Most likely, it was  a metallic frontlet of some kind with at least 10 commandments written on them.

So it should be ציץ (Exodus 28:36) לטטפת בין עיניך (Deut 6:8), which roughly translates "frontlet for memorial between your eyes"(tsits letotafot beyn eyneycha).

So, as you can see, the word "totafot" means "frontlets" with the 10 commandments on them. 

Saturday, March 19, 2016

What kind of work is prohibited on Passover?

If you read my Shabbat article, you would notice that one of my key arguments is differences in the text regarding to what kind of work is prohibited. This clearly shows and proves textual inconsistency. This question is very important for proper understanding of the commandments. I've decided to elaborate more on this, because I've noticed that not many people payed attention to this fact.

So the questions is this: I want to know what is prohibited on Passover?
  1. "all work" (כל מלאכה) Exodus 12:16
  2. "all work of service" (כל מלאכה עבדה ) Leviticus 23:7-8
  3. "work" (מלאכה) Deuteronomy 16:8
As you can see, it's either "all work", "all work of service" or simply "work"? Which is it? And why? 

There are many variant readings in different manuscripts and they all different. I.e see Kennicott.

Our text is clearly corrupted. Here is the reconstruction of Deuteronomy 16:8 based on my tri-linear pentateuch (and all available sources: MT, SP and DSS). Additions to MT are in bold:
"six days you shall eat matsot and in a day the seventh restraint to Yahuah your God not you shall do in it any work of a slave"
This undoubtedly proves that only WORK OF SLAVES or SLAVE WORK is prohibited on Passover, and by transfer principle, on Shabbat and other Holy Meetings.


Extreme Marital Advice

I wanted to share a very interesting relationship technique with male part of my audience, that will help you control your relationship and preserve your role and status as the head of the relationship/family.

Before I begin, please note that this is the "medication" of last resort so to speak so do not use it unless there is no other reasonable choice.

Please also be aware that article is using rather harsh language, so if you are a woman and/or easily offended, please do not read further. This post is directed at men, who can handle it.

It began around 10 years ago, when I only started studying Torah. I saw this video on Youtube, which back then was just a new baby video-sharing site.

In this video, this Imam is describing what a man has to use to control his wife. Please see the video, it is very interesting.

Basically, consider the situation: you are having a horrible argument with your wife or your girlfriend is one of those neurotic/crazy women who like constant drama in the relationship. Imagine, that during said argument your wife/girlfriend hits you in the testicles. What a man can do in such situation and what would be appropriate response?

Well, first of all, you should never let something like this slide. If you allow your woman to control the relationship and use force when she is in disagreement with you, you are inviting big trouble if not destroying your relationship by being soft.

Secondly, in such situations, words do not work. So do not waste your time trying to talk it out.

The best thing to do in such situation is to SPANK YOUR WOMAN!!! 
Yes, I know, pretty extreme. ;)

This works best. I personally tried such remedy in my relationships twice and it worked greate every time. After a good spanking my women would start behaving and would stop using force to solve the arguments.

The most important part here is HOW YOU DO IT!!! We do not want to hurt the woman in any way or humiliate her. This Imam is not correct when he said to use a stick. If you use any object to hit your woman - it is assault and here in US at least you may get into big trouble.


When you got hit in the balls, grab that crazy woman and spank her, ON THE ASS, with your open palm, as hard as you can. DO NOT SPANK TOO MUCH. UP TO 5 is ok, more - she may get humiliated. 2-3 is optimal. And if she calls someone (i.e police) - who cares? Is she gonna show her read spanked ass to them? I do not think so! :) Lol. That never happened to me. I never had any problems. Besides, you spank a little child who is misbehaving. Is this assault or child abuse? Of'course not. So is this - its not assault or abuse - it is domination. Do not be violent or agressive - be DOMINANT!!! YOU ARE A MAN!!!

Today's women of my generation, especially secular ones, are pretty much completely insane and out of control. So do not be afraid. Show that you have balls and spank her to show her who is the boss!

We can't have two people running a family or relationship. This is not democracy. A man should lead and a woman should follow. This is the most natural way and the way prescribed in the Torah. This is not chauvinism or patriarchy. This is wisdom and reason.

For example, here is explicit advice from the Torah on what to do when a woman forgets about her status, role and place, and starts to dominate the relationship.
YLT Deuteronomy 25:11 'When men strive together, one with another, and the wife of the one hath drawn near to deliver her husband out of the hand of his smiter, and hath put forth her hand, and laid hold on his secrets, 
YLT Deuteronomy 25:12 then thou hast cut off her hand, thine eye doth not spare.

Best software for Torah study

I wanted to share with you a little secret. The reason why I am so good with Torah is that I use special software that helps me figure out the meaning of the words.

I stated all software I use on this page, but I specifically want to point out the best software, as I think not many people read my page. I've been using this software for over 10 years.

This is the best, FREE software to study the Torah and the Bible in general. This software includes NK and NT. However, the most useful is the Torah part of course.

This software has the best layout and search capabilities of all Bible software available and makes Torah study intuitive and easy.

Unfortunately, new version of this software was released with limited features, so if you do not like it, download the old version.

Also, I recommend downloading another free Bible study software. It is called The Word. The reason why you want to download is that it includes very cheap but very good Hebrew Lexicon. It is only (~$25) This will help you to study parts of speech (i.e verbs). For example, it will tell you in what gender words are being used, which sometimes may affect the meaning of the text. So it is important to know grammar well.

I hope this software will help you become a great Torah scholar or at least a knowledgeable person. This software will also help you to save a lot of money by sparing you the need to buy expensive and less functional software packages.

And of'course, do not forget that so-called rabbis and talmidei DO NOT use the software for Torah study, so you can imagine how little they really know about the Torah. Without computers, more or less serious study of the Torah is impossible. Which only proves my point that rabbis are uneducated and ignorant people, who are misleading people in Torah and God.

Thursday, March 17, 2016

Important Information: About OTD people

I wanted to warn you about OTD people. 

OTD means "Off The Derech", a term that is applied to (ultra)orthodox Jews who left their faith due to rabbinic abuse and nonsense. I originally thought that they are like me, rejecting rabbinic authority but still believing in the Torah. However, this turned out to be not the case. 

Here is what they said in their Facebook group:
"OTD means "Off The Derech", and though there is a range of beliefs and practices, in general OTDs do not believe in the divine origin of the Torah, or in the existence of God, and are not interested in observing its commandments (though many do for social reasons). Many are still interested intellectually in Torah (in the broad sense, including both Scripture and rabbinic writings), which is what this group is for."
As you can see, they are not really Jews, as defining feature of the Jew is the belief in the Written Torah in some way at least. Not to mention that as you can see from above, they still studying rabbinic writings, which means that they are still under the influence of the rabbis.

The biggest mistake OTDs people make is rejecting Written Torah and God. Otherwise, they are correct in their beliefs and many of them are much more rational that traditional Jews.

But they are not like me, so do not listen to what they say. They still preaching rabbinic judaism, or worse - an atheism.

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Rabbis are illegitimate impostors!

I wanted to create a separate post that discusses the authority of the rabbis, or rather lack thereof.

Let's take a look at Deuteronomy 17:8-13
YLT Dt 17:8 .  'When anything is too hard for thee for judgment, between blood and blood, between plea and plea, and between stroke and stroke--matters of strife within thy gates--then thou hast risen, and gone up unto the place on which Jehovah thy God doth fix, 
YLT Dt 17:9 and hast come in unto the priests, the Levites, and unto the judge who is in those days, and hast inquired, and they have declared to thee the word of judgment
YLT Dt 17:10 and thou hast done according to the tenor of the word which they declare to thee (they of that place which Jehovah doth choose; and thou hast observed to do according to all that they direct thee. 
YLT Dt 17:11  'According to the tenor of the law which they direct thee, and according to the judgment which they say to thee thou dost do; thou dost not turn aside from the word which they declare to thee, right or left. 
YLT Dt 17:12 And the man who acteth with presumption, so as not to hearken unto the priest (who is standing to serve there Jehovah thy God), or unto the judge, even that man hath died, and thou hast put away the evil thing from Israel, 
YLT Dt 17:13 and all the people do hear and fear, and do not presume any more.
As you can see from these verses, there is not a single word about any "rabbis". Rabbis do not have ANY authority according to the Written Torah. They are impostors, who have been hijacking our faith for the last 2000 years. Because of the rabbis (pharisees) we are in exile and God hates us!

So my absolutely sincere advice from me is this: if you see a rabbi, tell him about Deuteronomy 17-8-13 and DO NOT LISTEN OR OBEY THEM, OR GIVE ANY MONEY TO THEM !!!! 


Google FailedMessiah or OTD(Off The Derech) if you do not believe me.

I hope now it is clear that the only authority Torah commands are Levites(for all matters) and appointed Judges (for civil matters).

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

PRESS-RELEASE: The Desert Tabernacle: Ancient Torah Knowledge Reconstructed and Revealed

I wanted to post my recent press-release about my blog. This is for posterity, although it does list my greatest accomplishments, so check it out - you may find something interesting you missed.


The Desert Tabernacle: Ancient Torah Knowledge Reconstructed and Revealed

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The Desert Tabernacle: Ancient Torah Knowledge Reconstructed and Revealed Van Nuys, CA, February 24, 2016 --( Written Torah blog celebrates new discoveries in Biblical Studies.

Today, The Desert Tabernacle blog specializing on the Biblical Tabernacle (Mishkan) celebrates new design and tons of new and exclusive material.

1) Detailed explanation of every detail of the Biblical Tabernacle. The Desert Tabernacle blog features reconstruction of most of the structure. There are over 1000 3D original artworks, movies, articles, books on the subject of the Tabernacle. Some articles and images have been published in respectable books, journals and online. The Desert Tabernacle blog features Corner Boards article, which is a breakthrough discovery in the Biblical studies field.

2) First in the world Samaritan Pentateuch Translation in English and Russian, as well as a free electronic copy of the text. All people on the internet, who are looking for the Samaritan Pentateuch, come to The Desert Tabernacle blog.

3) Modern Literal Torah Translation. New literal translation of the Torah in English and Russian. Author has completed the first book (Genesis). Young's literal translation is over 200 years old, so it was long overdue for a modern literal translation, that would include the latest Biblical research.

4) Breakthrough: Reconstruction of the original Hebrew (Torah) calendar. The Desert Tabernacle blog is the first in the world to break the story that reconstructs the original Biblical calendar as it was used in Moses's time.

5) Proper translation of the Ten Commandments that include proper pronunciation of the name of God and proper translation of the 7th commandment.

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Anti-semitism: Why do people hate the Jews?

I am writing this as someone who has personally experienced anti-semitism in the Soviet Union(Russia). I was laughed at and beat up for being a Jew as a child and young adult there. So I am providing you absolutely honest and unbiased view on this matter.

So why there is anti-semitism and why does the world hate Jews(Hebrews)? It took me all adolescence and part of my adult life to figure out WHY, but I did it. The answer is simple and I have stated it many times before on this blog: 

Jews do not live according to the Written Torah!

I've encountered anti-semitism in Russia because many Jews would call Russian people "goyim" and think of them/treat them as some second-class humans or even animals. Jews cheated and humiliated them for no reason. For example, have you heard of disgusting tradition called "Shabbes Goy?" No wonder Russian people(and other nations) got really pissed off at us!

Jews have blatantly added to the Written Torah!

First the Bible books and then Talmud. They pronounced these extra books holy and divinely inspired, which is exactly why they are prohibited by Deuteronomy 4:2. Written Torah is complete and self-sufficient. It does not require any explanation or any silly "oral torahs".

Not to mention that rabbis who preach this, do not even have any authority to do that. It explicitly says in Deuteronomy 17:8-13 that the only authority that can interpret the Written Torah are LEVITES AND APPOINTED JUDGES (for civil matters). The word or position "rabbi" does not exist in the Written Torah. It was made up by rabbis(pharisees) in the beginning of the era!

This is why God exiled Jews from the Land of Canaan and spread them all over the world!(Deuteronomy 28:64)

Here is what Torah says:
YLT Deut 4:27 and Jehovah hath scattered you among the peoples, and ye have been left few in number among the nations, whither Jehovah leadeth you,  
YLT Deut 7:7 'Not because of your being more numerous than any of the peoples hath Jehovah delighted in you, and fixeth on you, for ye are the least of all the peoples,  
YLT Deut 7:8 but because of Jehovah's loving you, and because of His keeping the oath which He hath sworn to your fathers, hath Jehovah brought you out by a strong hand, and doth ransom you from a house of servants, from the hand of Pharaoh king of Egypt.
YLT Deut 9:4 'Thou dost not speak in thy heart (in Jehovah thy God's driving them away from before thee), saying, For my righteousness hath Jehovah brought me in to possess this land, seeing for the wickedness of these nations is Jehovah dispossessing them from thy presence; 
YLT Deut 9:5 not for thy righteousness, and for the uprightness of thy heart, art thou going in to possess their land; but for the wickedness of these nations is Jehovah thy God dispossessing them from before thee; and in order to establish the word which Jehovah hath sworn to thy fathers, to Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob; 
YLT Deut 9:6 and thou hast known, that not for thy righteousness is Jehovah thy God giving to thee this good land to possess it, for a people stiff of neck thou art.
YLT Deut 28:62 and ye have been left with few men, instead of which ye have been as stars of the heavens for multitude, because thou hast not hearkened to the voice of Jehovah thy God. 
YLT Deut 32:26 . I have said: I blow them away, I cause their remembrance to cease from man; 
YLT Deut 32:27 If not--the anger of an enemy I fear, Lest their adversaries know--Lest they say, Our hand is high, And Jehovah hath not wrought all this. 
YLT Deut 32:28 For a nation lost to counsels are they, And there is no understanding in them. 
YLT Deut 32:29 If they were wise--They deal wisely with this; They attend to their latter end:

The Book of Deuteronomy clearly explains why we would get anti-semitism and hate in response to not following and living by the Written Torah. God clearly says that if we do not live by the Written Torah, he will destroy us almost completely. And the reason why God did not destroy us completely yet, is not because we are righteous, but because God swore to our forefathers (Abraham, Isaac and Jacob) that He will give us the Land of Canaan in the end. This is the only reason why we still exist. It's not because of our righteousness or efforts! See this post. And read the Book Deuteronomy yourself!!! IT IS ALL THERE!!! EVEN A MONKEY COULD UNDERSTAND WHAT DEUTERONOMY IS TALKING ABOUT!!!

So when you see some Jews/rabbis telling you that Jews do not deserve anti-semitism and hate, they are blatantly lying to you! DO NOT TRUST A WORD THEY ARE SAYING!

Jews deserve all hate and anti-semitism! I absolutely support those who blame the Jews! I myself blame them, because due to them I was abused in Russia! I was subjected to collective responsibility because of these bad and lying Jews. This is why I absolutely reject every single premise of traditional Judaism.

So the only way for us to stop the hate and anti-semitism would be to return to God and His Holy Written Torah. We MUST destroy  and forget all other works that usually contradict the Written Torah! We must abandon tradition and religion and return to God and His Torah. 10 commandments should become our constitution and the Written Torah should be THE ONLY and UNCHANGEABLE the Law of the Land (of Canaan)!

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Sunday, March 13, 2016

When one has to study the Written Torah?

When do we have to study the Written Torah? The answer can be found in Deuteronomy 6:7 and Deuteronomy 11:19. Let's take a look:
YLT Dt 6:4 .  'Hear, O Israel, Jehovah our God is one Jehovah; 
YLT Dt 6:5 and thou hast loved Jehovah thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy might, 
YLT Dt 6:6 and these words which I am commanding thee to-day have been on thine heart, 
YLT Dt 6:7 and thou hast repeated them to thy sons, and spoken of them in thy sitting in thine house, and in thy walking in the way, and in thy lying down, and in thy rising up
YLT Dt 6:8 and hast bound them for a sign upon thy hand, and they have been for frontlets between thine eyes, 
YLT Dt 6:9 and thou hast written them on door-posts of thy house, and on thy gates.
YLT Dt 11:18 .  'And ye have placed these my words on your heart, and on your soul, and have bound them for a sign on your hand, and they have been for frontlets between your eyes; 
YLT Dt 11:19 and ye have taught them to your sons, by speaking of them in thy sitting in thy house, and in thy going in the way, and in thy lying down, and in thy rising up
YLT Dt 11:20 and hast written them on the side-posts of thy house, and on thy gates, 
YLT Dt 11:21 so that your days are multiplied, and the days of your sons, on the ground which Jehovah hath sworn to your fathers to give to them, as the days of the heavens on the earth. 
YLT Dt 11:22  'For, if ye diligently keep all this command which I am commanding you--to do it, to love Jehovah your God, to walk in all His ways, and to cleave to Him,
YLT Dt 11:23 then hath Jehovah dispossessed all these nations from before you, and ye have possessed nations, greater and mightier than you; 
YLT Dt 11:24 every place on which the sole of your foot treadeth is yours; from the wilderness, and Lebanon, from the river, the river Phrat, even unto the farther sea is your border; 
YLT Dt 11:25 no man doth station himself in your presence; your dread and your fear doth Jehovah your God put on the face of all the land on which ye tread, as He hath spoken to you.
As you can see, the answer to the question of when to study Torah is this: "and ye have taught/repeated them to your sons, by speaking of them in thy sitting in thy house, and in thy going in the way, and in thy lying down, and in thy rising up". This means that we must live our whole life through the Written Torah so to speak. Written Torah is life and life is the Written Torah. So EVERYTHING a person may do each day must be done according to or at least not contrary to the Written Torah.

You can't say that I will study 2 hours each day, but then I will do other things. Torah commands to study itself ALL THE TIME, so you have to have a copy available to you at all times during your waking hours.

I hope, this is all clear from the verses and from the explanation above.

Friday, March 11, 2016

Why does God have regrets and emotions?

Here is a good question... Why does God have regrets? Why does God have emotion? He is a perfect being. Should He be emotionless? For example, this is what Numbers 23:19 say.
YLT Num 23:19 God is not a man--and lieth, And a son of man--and repenteth! Hath He said--and doth He not do it? And spoken--and doth He not confirm it?
Let's take a look at some verses:
YLT Genesis 6:6 and Jehovah repenteth that He hath made man in the earth, and He grieveth Himself--unto His heart. 
YLT Genesis 6:7 And Jehovah saith,  'I wipe away man whom I have prepared from off the face of the ground, from man unto beast, unto creeping thing, and unto fowl of the heavens, for I have repented that I have made them.'
YLT Exodus 20:5 Thou dost not bow thyself to them, nor serve them: for I, Jehovah thy God, am a zealous God, charging iniquity of fathers on sons, on the third generation, and on the fourth, of those hating Me, 
YLT Exodus 20:6 and doing kindness to thousands, of those loving Me and keeping My commands. 
YLT Exodus 32:12 why do the Egyptians speak, saying, For evil He brought them out to slay them among mountains, and to consume them from off the face of the ground? turn back from the heat of Thine anger, and repent of the evil against Thy people. 
YLT Exodus 32:13  'Be mindful of Abraham, of Isaac, and of Israel, Thy servants, to whom Thou hast sworn by Thyself, and unto whom Thou speakest: I multiply your seed as stars of the heavens, and all this land, as I have said, I give to your seed, and they have inherited to the age;' 
YLT Exodus 32:14 and Jehovah repenteth of the evil which He hath spoken of doing to His people. 
YLT Deuteronomy 32:36 For Jehovah doth judge His people, And for His servants doth repent Himself. For He seeth--the going away of power, And none is restrained and left.
As you can see from these verses, God can experience full range of emotions that are familiar to us: jealousy, mercy, rage, regret, repentance e.t.c. Why? 

This is because we were made in the image of God (Genesis 1:26-27) and because we are just like God in knowing good and evil (Genesis 3:22) , which here means full range of emotions, good and bad.

So, in reality, even though God "seem" to make mistakes and have regrets, it does not make Him less holy. God planned these regrets from the beginning. He is basically throwing a farce. This is because God wants us to know that He understand us (since we are like Him) and we should not be afraid of him if we follow His holy Law (Written Torah). As you can see from Exodus 20:6, He is doing KINDNESS to those who love Him and keep His commandments with all the heart and the soul. So God having emotion is a good thing, otherwise we could not hope that He would have mercy or kindness on us. God is not a computer or a robot-judge. He is the LIVING and the FEELING being, just like us!

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