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Are Chassidism and the “Chabad-Lubavitcher

Movements nothing more than just an


Judaic Cult?



Beware; the Chabad-Lubavitcher Movement promotes their long dead Rabbi Schneerson as their

soon to return “Elohim Messiah”


Before his death there were also continual billboards stating;


“Be strong and very courageous, to observe to do according to all the law, which Moshe My servant commanded thee; turn not from it to the right hand or to the left, that thou mayest have good success whithersoever thou goest. This book of the law shall not depart out of thy mouth, but thou shalt meditate therein day and night, that thou mayest observe to do according to all that is written therein; for then thou shalt make thy ways prosperous, and then thou shalt have good success” Yahushua - Joshua 1:7-8 (“Jewish Publication Society” (JPS version of the Tanakh).

I was provided this image by Chabad-Lubavitcher’s in Israel!

And this card was obviously published by the USA & Israel Chabad-Lubavitcher Movement. What is so sad that it has a photo of the late Rabbi, and below his image in English is written … “This is the God Mashiach”.

The question is: “Can the late Rabbi Schneerson be the “God Mashiach as claimed”?

The simple answer is NO, for the claim is COMPLETELY HERETICAL!

But there is much more of course, for below the image and above the English heretical statement we can see some - Hebrew statement which amazingly says’

“The Messiah Rabbi of the Lubavitcher’s is the King of King’s, the God Almighty”

All this is completely ridiculous for this is obviously a Jewish CULT and they have simply have gone too far, and like some christian's now claim to have a *trinitarian type, quote ‘god-like-man messiah’.

*Please Note: Not all in the Christian’s believe in the Trinity!

Next there is also a message on the rear of the card:

Tanslation from the Ivrit – Hebrew above: “God clothed Himself in the Messiah King Rabbi Milovevich (from Lubavitch) and therefore Rabbi Milovevich and the Holy One, blessed be He, are one and the same thing. Therefore, when the Messiah comes, Rabbi Milovevich, we will all point to him and say: Behold, this is the King, the Messiah is coming, and behold, our God, this is our hope for him and our savior, this is our hope for him, and we will rejoice in his salvation. Mashiach Rebbe Milobevitz is his bones and blessed essence as he clothed himself in the body. In the Gemara, in Tract Baba Batra Ami, page B, it is written “Messiah, and this is his name which they shall call, Oh our righteousness.

Long live our Lord our teacher and our Lord the Messiah King forever and ever! The words are taken from the words of the Rebbe of Lubovitz from the Tashnaiv conversations. (Wittin in the USA).

But then later in 2022, guess what another card was distributed and was handed out in much the same places, but I received it from a dear friend in Yisroel, thus the very same heresies continued!

And on the back of this card states the following:


“Rebbe Shalita of Lubavitch (Russia), the Messiah King Beit Moshiach”

Prayer for the Road …

“May it be your will, O Lord, our God, and the God of our fathers, that you may lead us to peace, and guide us to peace, and guide us to peace, and guide us to peace, and reach the region we desire for life, joy, and peace and if he (their Rebbe God Moshiach) decides to return immediately, he says: And restore us to peace and save us from the clutches of every enemy and ambush, and miscreants and evil animals on the way and from all the upheavals that arise and come”.

(After the prayer) “Long live our Lord, (not our Elohim, , blessed be He, who gave us our blessed Torah and Tanakh) our teacher and our Lord (the Rebbe), the Messiah King forever and ever.”

Please note, I have left the word god in some sections, although it is a hideous pagan name. More on that later.

There is no doubt that this sad old man has placed a spell over his flock and they were , Meshuga or crazy enough to fall for this most obvious false teachings which hailed from this now late Russian rabbi, and after his death, his stupefied followers claimed all sorts of miracles that he performed, yet none can be officially be verified. Remember the Torah very clearly warns against these false prophets!

May all the true faithful of , the House of Israel Remain true and strong in our blessed faith, for those rabbis of ancient times have added countless manmade laws and then claimed they were Oral laws given from our beloved Creator, but that is a similar lie as this new Mashiach.

I did speak with our local Chabad-Lubavitcher Rabbi, yet he was sort of shtum on the matter, far from being certain in what he believed when he answered, and I felt that he did believe what the card said, for at his home he has huge, and I do mean very large photographs of his beloved “Rebbe” to whom he prays regularly” and that says it all, does it not? But obviously he was too busy reading the Talmud which is all just man’s useless words, and not Elohims Laws, and his beloved dead rebbe’s writings and not the Torah and Tanach!

In addition, during Sukkoth they even invite the dead beloved sic Biblical Fathers to the table, and they pray to the dead, and all this is known as necromancy! And sadly that has spread throughout much of Judaism, which was introduced long after the destruction of the Second Temple.

The kabbalists in the 16th century, introduced this sinful ritual, based this on the earlier Zohar. And the unique word ‘Ushpizin’ is in fact an Aramaic word and not an original Hebrew word. ‘Ushpizin’ literally means ‘guests’ and most of Zohar is actually written in Aramaic).

Well when I spoke to our local Chabad-Lubavitcher Rabbi about His Rebbe who had sadly past away, being promoted as being the “God Moshiach” on the card being given away in Israel, United States and other countries. And also please Yidden you MUST not pray to the dead nor invite the Father into the Sukkot etc. and praying to the dead is forbidden by Elohim! That was all introduced by the rabbis, long ago. During the days of when our beloved faith was completely changed to “Rabbinic Judaism”

The only way is to pray to our beloved, heavenly Elohim, , blessed be He, but he obviously felt that his "Rebbe" is greater whilst he continued with the doctrinal errors issued by Schneerson and completely distorting Torah truth.

As Rabbi Moshe Ben-Chaim of Mesora.org states

“There has been a huge uprising of Chassidim, but more so the Chabad-Lubavitcher Movement which is a distortion and a cancer on the pure system of Torah and the whole of the Tanakh, passed down unadulterated throughout the generations.”

“The Deviation from Judaism’ Tenets”

With the Author and Rabbi Moshe Ben-Chaim of Mesora.org

And the Author of Hebraic Studies – Dr. Rabbi Reuven Ben-Avraham.

It is so hard to believe, but billboards in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv as well as in the U.S.A., continue to proclaim the Lubavitcher Rabbi Schneerson as their Messiah. There was even a 40-foot banner announcing his status as the Messiah that swept across the Lubavitcher Synagogue at their Brooklyn headquarters and their followers were taking out advertisements in newspapers announcing the fact that their Rabbi is indeed the Messiah. In the movement’s international headquarters in Brooklyn they chant simultaneously, “Our master, our Rabbi, our teacher, King Messiah, lives forever” although he died at the Beth Israel Medical Center on June 12, 1994 ( 3 Tammuz 5754) aged 92 in Manhattan, New York, and was buried at the Montefiore Cemetery in Queens, New York. Thus there was no doubt at all He did pass away as we all do at one time.

Elohim willing, ONLY those who kept those of the 613 Torah Mitzvot’s which were relevant to them, will be resurrected in that great day to come!

The Billboard in Brooklyn claiming that their Rabbi is the Moshiach

The truth is any Jewish group that changes and deviates from the Torah and Tanakh teachings and attempts to force it unto others are obviously without a doubt a cult like group. And these days the Chabad-Lubavitcher Movement has invaded almost every single facet of what used to be Orthodox Judaism, as their rabbis have taken over most past Orthodox Synagogues and run it according to the Chabad manner, and has changed what genuine Judaism is all about! His teaching was greatly Zohar based, but the later Rabbi Schneerson favoured the Kabbalah more.

Rabbi Moshe Ben-Chaim states; I must make a strong argument against Chassidism. In so far as Chassidus has deviated from Judaism’ tenets, I see no difference between Conservatism, Reform, and Chassidism. Once a group distorts the Torah and has the audacity to establish such deviations as “religious,” even if it is only one single item, it is no longer “Torah” truth, and must be viewed as an alien practice, in certain cases even pagan in origin.

This is why Elohim,  - blessed be He, established the command of not adding or subtracting from the Torah.

“You shall not add to the word which I command you, nor take from it, that you may keep the commandments of  your Elohim which I command you”. Davarim - Deuteronomy 4:2-3.

“Whatever I command you, be careful to observe it; you shall not add to it nor take away from it”. Davarim - Deuteronomy 12:32.

One seeking honestly after the truth must ask their selves, Why does Elohim make these statement’s in the Torah for no more commandment’s to be added? Is it not because Elohim saw that His system was perfect and that any deviation would corrupt the perfection of the Torah?

And just look at what man has done at corruption with the so-called completely fake man made oral law,

Should we allow Chassidus to claim their system is in fact Elohim’s desired Torah, we must allow Reform or Conservative to make the same claim.

Chassidim has distorted Halacha, having performed cartwheels during prayer and how they incorrectly pray at times, which is not sanctioned by Halacha.

“Were I urge educators and Rabbis to address this, if you sincerely wish to promote the Judaism Elohim gave us through His Words in Torah and Tanakh. I urge you to protest the teaching of heretical notions, regardless of the mass acceptance of certain works, Dovid Hamelech, Shlomo Hamelech and all the other great people lacking anything without the Chassidus additional laws?”

Considering Chassidus has only been in existence for just 300 years - yet Elohim stated that none will ever compare to Moshe Rabeinu. If this is so, then the Torah, which is devoid of the Chassidic movement, created these perfected people. Additionally, if the Chassidic movement wants to argue that Chassidus was already in the Torah and Moshe Rabeinu had it, it is not in Chassidism’s favour that Elohim is remiss in portraying Moshe and every other accepted great leader as purely following anything but the commands and Torah involvement? The absence of Chassidism in the lives of the great Jewish leaders is an inherent contradiction to their claim.

Chassidism’s Notions Oppose Judaism’s Tenets:

The Gra: Rabbi Elijah ben Sh’lomo Zalman is usually known by the epithet, the “Ga’on”, thus the acronym "GRA" is an abbreviation for the Hebrew version of “Ga’on Rabbi”.

If I choose to disagree with the Gra and those gedolim who joined the Gra’s letters of banishment. But, let us understand what the Gra held as the core problems with Chassidus, it was two points:

1) Elohim permeates all physical matter is embraced by Chassidus. Equally embraced and corrupt, Chassidism strongly maintains:

“There is good in everything, even sin and evil contain some good.”

Well based on this hiddious error, Chassidism promotes the next error:

2) Chassidus promotes dissension into sin by a Tzadik in order to facilitate “Ascension.”

Unless these two grave errors are abandoned from Chassidus, the Gra and the leaders of that era would today still enforce the same banishment. Rambam states if one believes Elohim to have parts, or be connected to the physical in any way, he has no share in the world to come. We must refer to the kiddisha to respond to this: “M’lo kol haaretz kvodo,” “the entire earth is filled with His glory.” This teaches that Elohim’s glory (evidence of His existence) is what permeates the world. Elohim Himself has no relation to physical matter and it is heresy to suggest otherwise.

We do not have to look far to see that followers of personalities will project impossible abilities onto their deified leaders. The Lubavitch movement today has numerous followers who will swear to miracles performed by their greatly beloved Rabbi to whom they continue to pray to, although no group will testify as having actually ‘seen’ any being performed themselves. They go so far as to suggest that he has not even died. Yet he was buried. Such I believe is the case with the Besht. His devoted followers concocted stories to turn him into a legend. But in reality, he was ridiculed by the greatest mind of that time, the Gra, and many other gedolim. If one has trouble with this statement, ask yourself why the Gra singled out the Besht's movement for banishment. The Gra - a genius by anyone's standards - does not simply take shots at innocent victims. He saw a distortion of Judaism and acted to preserve Elohim's Torah.

Recently as stated earlier, the author of this site received a small card, distributed by Chabad-Lubavatchers in Israel. Besides having the picture of Schneerson on it, below it reads “This is the God Mashicah.”

Rabbi Moshe Ben-Chaim stated:

“The new uprising of Chassidism is a distortion and a cancer on the pure system of Torah passed down unadulterated throughout the generations.” Conversely, Chassidic followers today who have abandoned the ways of their originators would not be condemned by the bans of the Gra.”

Today’s Judaism ignores Elohim’s words, and instead, favours incomprehensible and heretical notions found in man-made works like Kabbala, Tanya, Breslov and other works that assume an identity similar to christian doctrines. When the priority of Elohim’s words were rejected, our original faith is no longer pure Judaism.

There were community members who were intelligent, and they realised that without a firm grasp of the complete basics Torah and Tanakh, these students were sadly being led astray by a Chassidic Rabbi who believe in Kabbalisitc heresies, such as Elohim, , blessed be He, being considered similar to creation, and that He having individual parts, and that He is inside man’s soul, as well that He exists in sin, that Rabbis are the ‘Atzmus’ (essence) of Elohim thus they are completely infallible, as well as other disturbing and heretical notions!

“Stupefy yourselves, and be stupid! Blind yourselves, and be blind! Ye that are drunken, but not with wine, that stagger, but not with strong drink. For  hath poured out upon you the spirit of deep sleep, and hath closed your eyes; the prophets, and your heads, the seers, hath He covered And the vision of all this is become unto you as the words of a writing that is sealed, which men deliver to one that is learned, saying: ‘Read this, I pray thee’; and he saith: ‘I cannot, for it is sealed’; and the writing is delivered to him that is not learned, saying: 'Read this, I pray thee'; and he saith: 'I am not learned.’ And  said: Forasmuch as this people draw near, and with their mouth and with their lips do honour Me, but have removed their heart far from Me, and their fear of Me is a commandment of men learned by rote; Therefore, behold, I will again do a marvellous work among this people, even a marvellous work and a wonder; and the wisdom of their wise men shall perish, and the prudence of their prudent men shall be hid. Woe unto them that seek deep to hide their counsel from , and their works are in the dark, and they say: ‘Who seeth us? and who knoweth us?’ O your perversity!” Yeshayahu - Isaiah 29: 9-16 (JPS) version of the Nei’ivim).

Where miracles actually performed by the Besht?

The following is from the Chabad Cyberspace website.

“Traditionally, Chassidic masters were known to have worked miracles. The founder of Chassidism, Rabbi Israel Baal Shem Tov, was renowned as a miracle worker. Within the Chabad stream of Chassidism, however, the greater emphasis was placed on the leader’s teachings; yet stories of miraculous deeds also abounded.”

“Many people came to the Rabbi for advice. Many sent him requests that he pray for them. And many reported miraculous results of his intercession on their behalf.”

We have at the core of Judaism, the reality of the miraculous events at Mt. Sinai. This event is believed only due to the numbers of witnesses, which were present and due to this event, the world at large today accepts these miracles as an historic truth. Elohim had orchestrated this event to have all the Jews present,

Hakhel lee es haAm,” “assemble for Me the people.” Elohim made sure that the event would be told throughout the generations as factual. Elohim desired that Judaism have a distinction from other religions, that is, that Judaism is to be provable and not follow a blind faith approach. This is why Elohim created the event at Sinai, so that we accept only that which is provable.

The question then arises, why should we believe stories of that Rabbi Besht, or anyone else performing miracles? Additionally, the Torah teaches us not to follow a Navi Sheker, a “false prophet,” even if he gives signs. The Torah clearly teaches that miracles alone are no proof to the validity of one’s status as a true messenger of Elohim’s Word. The Torah teaches that the words must come true if we wish to validate one as a prophet of the True Elohim. Hence, signs alone are of no consequence. Therefore, those who follow people merely based on assumed miracles performed are not in line with the Torah.

We must make a very clear distinction between individuals believing the Besht’s miracles and between masses seeing the event of Sinai. (Keep in mind also that Saadia Gaon said openly, “man has no control over the elements”).

We have no story where the Besht performed miracles in front of masses. All we have are stories of individuals who claim he had performed such miracles. So people can either believe the story or not. There is absolutely no proof. But, that which is witnessed by millions, I mean Mt. Sinai; one cannot deny the veracity of such an event. Additionally, if the Besht performed miracles, and possessed the correct philosophy, why did the Gra oppose his ideology? Conversely, why was not the Gra banished? Does this prove that the other rabbis found the Gra sound in his arguments, and found the Besht and his movement flawed? There was not even a split decision.

We do not have to look far to see that followers of personalities will project impossible abilities onto their deified leaders. The Lubavitch movement today has numerous followers who will swear to miracles performed by the Rabbi, although no group will testify as having ‘seen’ them performed themselves. They will go even so far as to suggest that he (claimed to be the Moshiach) has not died. This is a complete distortion of reality and truth. This is the case with the Besht. His devoted followers concocted stories to make him into a legend. But, in reality, he was ridiculed by the greatest mind of that time, the Gra, and many other gedolim. If one has trouble with this statement, ask yourself why the Gra singled out the Besht’s movement for banishment. The Gra is a genius by anyone’s standards and does not simply take shots at innocent victims. He saw a distortion of Judaism and he acted to preserve Elohim’s Torah.

Did the Rabbi say he was the Moshiach?

The answer to this question is both yes and no. Let me explain. The Rabbi stated several times that … “The leader (Nossi) of the generation, is Moshiach of the generation” (Simchas Torah 5746 - October 27, 1985). However, the Rabbi went further, saying that the leader of this generation is actually the Moshiach who will take us out of the exile to the Redemption.”

Did the Rabbi ever say about himself that he is Moshiach? The answer: No he did not, for he never said the actual words “I am the Moshiach.” But his followers are so blind and they simply cannot wake up to Elohim’s blessed truth! Thus his members cannot wake up, for they are lost to Elohim, blessed be He, unless they repent and return to Elohim and His one and only Torah and the 613 Mitzvoth’s!

Yet still in 2022 those from the Chabad Yeshiva around New York and neighbourhoods, Manhattan and Brooklyn are still placing these signs of various types all over the place.


Busses with young yeshiva student’s travelling around teaching and

collecting funds from Jewish folk where ever they are found around the country

Not even Moshe performed miracles:

Moshe Rabbeinu, the greatest man ever to live, had to pray to Elohim to stop the plagues in Egypt. Moshe never had any powers. How then can people today place someone else on a higher level than Moshe? Even King David and King Solomon were not known as having performed miracles. Does the Besht outweigh these greats, or even comes close? Or can we hold that people of lower stature can out-perform those of higher stature. Where is this claim found in the Torah? Either possibility is impossible. I have heard “miraculous” stories about the Besht, which simply cannot be true. He could not be on a higher level than Moshe Rabbeinu, so therefore, as Moshe did not perform miracles himself, as Elohim did it, hence, the Besht did not either. There have been quotes about the Besht igniting icicles for candles are complete lies. Against Chassidic opinion, the Besht also could not read minds. Moshe didn’t read minds, so to say the Besht did actually denies the level of stature the Torah speak in regards to Moshe and makes Moshe a lesser man than the Besht. But, then again, the Lubavitcher’s movement claim that their Rabbi is THE Moshiach. It is also interesting that no one after Moshe Rabbeinu’s death made such stories that Moshe read minds, that he did miracles, or was mystical in anyway. Nor did the people argue whether Moshe was actually dead or is the Moshiach.

Why? Because Israel followed the Torah correctly back then. The mere fact that there are discussions whether the Rabbi is dead or not, or if he is Moshiach or not, or that he was able to tell the future or not, or that the Besht did miracles, is a clear indicator that Chassidic followers today are not in line with Torah ideology. More clearly, people today want to follow a “man,” thus, they are simply attached to a personality. The Torah’s view is that people should not follow man, but follow Elohim and therefore they were able to detach themselves from a man, even Moshe once he died.

The Chassidic movement of old, the Gra held, was not an acceptable practice. Any deviation from the teachings of the doctors of the Talmud and the prophets is a grave crime and renders such a movement alien to Judaism. Additionally, we are to follow our minds in all areas, (see R. Bachaya’s introduction to the Duties of the Heart). We are not to accept any movement, no matter the number of followers or the presumed stature of its leaders. If what we hear conforms to the blessed Torah of Moshe, we can dump the man created Gemara and Shulchan Aruch, for it is NOT from Elohim, Blessed be He, but from man!

Keep the following in mind:

1) Many still believe in miracle workers today and this is not just a few crazies. (See Saadia Gaon's rebuke of this belief “Emunos V’Daaos”).

2) Many still believe the Besht did miracles. (See above).

3) Many still alter Halacha.

4) Many dress pious outwardly to grab attention to themselves, which is wrong (see Tzfania, 1:8, see the last “yaish omrim” in the Radak).

5) The Besht himself was an over indulger of food, not the Torah’s view of a chocham.

6) Chassidus has at its core, even today, the belief that Elohim permeates all physical beings. Completely against the authentic Maimonidean principle that Elohim is not physical. It also promotes the incorrect notion that there is good, even in sin, “even in sin are sparks of good.” This is completely against Elohim’s own words throughout the Torah of avoiding sin.

7) Chassidus promotes dissension into sin by a Tzadik in order to facilitate “ascension.”

The Gra was adamant about preserving Judaism. “The new uprising of Chassidim / Lubavitcher Movement is a distortion and a cancer on the pure system of Torah passed down unadulterated throughout the generations.” (Rabbi Moshe Ben-Chaim).

“He who is the Glory of Israel does not lie or change his mind; for He is not a man, that He should change His mind.”

“The law of  is perfect, reviving the soul. The statutes of  are trustworthy, making wise the simple.

Those which were man-made and falsely claimed to be from Elohim, blessed be He, were not from the Almighty but from rabbis formed over hundreds of years of arguing!

Let us look at another travesty of the Chabad-Lubavitcher movement.

 Can the dead approach the Almighty?

The “Lamplighter” issued by the Lubavitcher Movement has an interesting statement in each edition.

“Dedicated to the beloved, revered leader of world Jewry, the Lubavitcher Rabbi (Schneerson). May he succeed in imploring the Almighty to redeem His people speedily in our days.

There are a number of issues in this statement, which borders on paganism.

1… “ … revered leader of world Jewry”? They would like him to be, but he is NOT accepted as the leader by the world Jewry. Only the Lubavitcher movement believes this.

2… “May he (Schneerson to so-called - Moshiach) succeed in imploring the Almighty.” This statement is based on a pagan custom, such as the Egyptians and Babylonians, who believed that the dead are alive in the spirit world and can approach the Elohim’s. What does this Scripture mean?

“The dead praise not , neither any that go down into silence.” Tehillim - Psalms 115:17 (JPS).

If the dead cannot SEEK the dead to ask the almighty on behalf of the living, then they, and not their so-called god Schneerson can certainly are not able to implore Elohim. But we can pray and ask in prayer, but not enter in necromancy! The Lubavitcher Movement believe that Schneerson was, and is still “the god Moshiach” even though he died, they continue in that firm believe and state that he is with the almighty and will be raised up to be the promised “messiah”. (note I continue to use  the pagan deities name God when speaking as Schneerson as god, for this pagan deity is spoken of in book of Yahushua & Yahushua.

For those who really know the Tanakh will know that there were countless pagan gods around in ancient times, including one who was known as “Gad” also pronounced as “Gaad,” “Gawd” or which became known in Europe as “God.” We can read about this pagan god in Yeshayahu - Isaiah, where Elohim warns His people Israel as follows;

“But you are those who forsake , who forget My holy mountain, Who prepare a table for gad - (), and who furnish a drink offering for meni - (, the god of destiny)” Yeshayahu - Isaiah 65:11. Older Hebrew version).

However the:

“But ye that forsake , that forget My holy mountain, that prepare a table for Fortune ( - Gad), and that offer mingled wine in full measure unto , Destiny(JPS version).


Gad was the name of the pan-Semitic god of fortune, usually depicted as a male but sometimes as a female, and is attested in ancient records of the frequently homosexual Aram and Arabia. Gad is thus mentioned in the Tanakh as a deity as we have read in the Sefer of Yeshayahu. some translations simply call him “the god of Fortune”, as having been worshipped by a many of Hebrews during the Babylonian captivity. Gad apparently differed from the god of destiny, who was known as Meni.

You will have noted that very strangely that the JPS version of the Tanakh translated somewhat more carefully and more simply.

But it is very strange that the name “Gad” or “Fortune” is suddenly spelled with a capital ‘F’ and “Meni” or “Destiny” with a capital ‘D’.

However we should remember that our priests and rabbis of ancient days were cursed by Elohim, blessed be He, for they broke Elohim’s Sacred laws as countless rabbis are still doing to this very day!

“And now, this commandment is for you, O ye priests. If ye will not hearken, and if ye will not lay it to heart, to give glory unto My Name, saith  of hosts, then will I send the curse upon you, and I will curse your blessings; yea, I curse them, because ye do not lay it to heart” Malochi – Malachi 2:1-2 (JPC).

A concluding Note on this Page: All those so-called educators and Rabbis I will continue to pray for you  take note of this, if you sincerely wish to adhere and follow true faithful of , the House of Israel as our  , blessed be His Sanctified Name, gave us through Moshe Rabeinu through His teachings in the blessed Torah and by His especially chosen  - HaNei’ivim – the prophets in the Tanach, etc, I urge you to protest the hideous teaching of heretical notions by these cursed (by Elohom) priests and rabbis, regardless of the mass acceptance of those certain other man created false works!

Remember The earth is full of His Glory, but for those who have abused His Torah, and sadly the vast majority of Rabbis at a whole have also done so after the destruction of Second Temple they have created a false law. There is nothing good for their future, unless they return to the original most blessed Faith of Israel!


Coe and return to the faith our beloved Elohim gave us

Sadly this Rabbi is now far too old and would dearly love to return to the Bima, but I can no longer walk.


Remember: If we walk according to The Torah’s Mitzvot, be assured we will be Blessed.


The whole earth is full of his glory


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