10 June 2015

A Message From the Mekubal HaRav Amram Vaknin, shlit"a

23 Sivan 5775

From sod1820 (h/t yaak):

Yesterday (22 Sivan 5775), Rabbi Amram Vaknin received an important and urgent message during an elevation of his soul in the cave of Eliyahu HaNavi.... 

"Rabbi Amram and we, the community, prayed as we executed two encirclements and at the second encirclement, Rabbi Amram suddenly dropped to the ground, receiving a cut on his hand and his watch was broken as a result of the fall!

It's known to all who are familiar with Rabbi Amram about the soul elevations (an occasion of revelations from the World of Truth) that suddenly come to him.


Rabbi Amram dropped to the floor full of mud and water and there he received a revelation astonishing in its beauty - Eliyahu HaNavi in his glory and himself spoke with Rabbi Amram (who is in the World of Truth while his body in This World is lying unconscious on the floor). 


The message was very hard to hear. Eliyahu HaNavi said to the Rabbi, there is an existing and present danger like the danger of "Haman". (Everyone knows what Haman the Wicked wanted.)  After that, Rabbi Amram asked him from where goes out the coming future decree (from the south, from the north and from the center)  spoken of in organizations (ISIS, from Hamas and Hizb'allah) that they're planning to attack us soon.

The Rabbi asked Eliyahu HaNavi "How many will die?" and after a few seconds, he said "thousands" spoken of as thousands of human beings.

The Rabbi asked what do the Jewish people need to do? He said to him tefillah, tzedakah, and ta'anit - prayer, charity and fasting. It's encumbent on all the daughters of Israel to participate in mass prayer in a cry with horns and trumpets and it seems, also a fast.

The Rabbi said "What can be done, I've already sealed it?" He asked of Eliyahu HaNavi "When shall I tell it, tomorrow?" And it was said to him (Today, now).

Am Yisrael, we are in a danger that if it's required from us a fast, to increase in prayer and charity, then we're talking about a very, very large decree and it was said to the Rabbi that it's planned to break out really soon. Every day that passes without prayer is a danger.

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NOTE: The Tel Aviv 'Pride' Parade is scheduled for this Friday - June 12th.

16 comments:

  1. Northern Command Chief: We must prepare for war in the north
    http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4666808,00.html

    - a voice in the wilderness

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    1. A War From the North you mean. The main target of the tens of thousand of Hezbollah missiles will be between Haifa and Tel Aviv. But there will, of course, be "attack tunnels" coming from both the Lebanese border and from Gaza. We have a bunch of incompetents heading the IDF right now with our leading Generals and Former Heads of the Mossad going to Piece concerts and publicly urging national suicide and Two State Solutions so that the "World" now run by Amalek will soon love them for hating settlers and the real us. We, collectively, are a mess. The best that can be hoped for, and this is obviously part of the sweetening, is that the entire world will be at war and undergoing destruction AT THE SAME TIME! This would most likely happen after June 30th (13th of Tamuz) in time for the July 4th (17th of Tamuz) weekend. In years when the 17th of Tamuz and the 9th of Av fall on Shabbat, the Churban which takes place is the Churban of the Erev Rav and the nations that support them. 5775, 5776, 5778, and 5779 are such years where these fasts fall out on Shabbat. Geulah Greetings...the hard way. No one said that B'itah would be pretty. Sigh.

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  2. thousands are not 2/3 of population

    --Moshe

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    1. The 2/3rds figure in Tana"kh is worldwide (2/3rds of the pop. of the entire world) according to the Sephardi Mekubalim. According to the Vilna Gaon the worldwide death toll will only be 1/3rd because HaShem would never allow his Creation to become more than 50% irredeemable again. The figures here in Eretz Yisrael have been drastically reduced because the Shoah already took 1/3rd (of 18 million) of the Jewish people who were in the world in 1939. Since we are all gilgulim, at least 6 million of us are either gilgulim or outright survivors of the Shoah as it is. The Shoah therefore has already cleansed a good portion of Klal Yisrael that doesn't have to be cleansed by death again. (Remember the Shoah was during the 2nd War of Gog UMagog according to the Chafetz Chaim. So the gilgulim have at least played the part of those who have been through Gehinnom on earth already. So 1/3rd of us, which is half of the present worldwide Jewish population, has already been "purified like fine silver" as the prophet says.

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    2. Thanks, Dov, for responding in my absence.

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  3. CDG, Yerushalayim, Eretz Yisrael Shlemah10/6/15 10:29 PM

    Moshe: This post isn't speaking of the world, only of Israel. No one expects 2/3 of the Jewish population of Israel to die. But if the pattern holds whereby 80% of Jews outside don't make it here, that's a lot more than 2/3 who are exposed to whatever happens out there!

    I know, many (particularly religious ones) think they will survive anyway, and I hope they do, but I'm not optimistic. We should know better by now.

    Devash, I'm so glad that crazy robot-catching device is no longer keeping me out!

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  4. thanks for your clarifications. Dov, you mentioned before that missles will hit from Tel Aviv to Haifa. I understand Tel Aviv (where all low life people lives), but why Netanya, Hadera, Haifa?

    --Moshe

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    1. In reality any Jew who has NOT voted consistently for Livni in all of her forms, Kadima, Zionist Union, Labor, or Meretz since and including the 2006 election is welcome into our home as a refugee and the home of a lot of people in Yesha for the duration of a conflict which may be at our doorstep. So why wouldn't they be safe? If one of those who have voted for the above shows up here as a refugee, I will send them to destroyed Migron with a bottle of potable water and a pup tent for two weeks to let them think about their "crime". Get my drift? So a lot of good people in Netanya, for instance, will find refuge in the interior a few miles (less than 30 miles in most cases) away from where they live.

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    2. Haifa has churches, puts up xmas trees and lights at that time of the year, pretends to be a bastion of co-existence while Arabs continue to prey on defenseless Jews, has that great B'hai Temple right smack in the middle of it!

      Well, here, let a Haifa-promoting website explain it...

      "...the city’s greatest Jewish virtue is its secular pluralistic spirit. Haifa is a city that will not succumb to any religious coercion, least of all Jewish. Decades ago, when public transportation on the Sabbath and holidays was banned throughout the country, our fiercely socialist mayor insisted on maintaining it, not only to respect the rights of the city’s non-Jews, but also to enable residents without private cars to go to the beach or visit relatives on Sabbath. Haifa’s secular transportation policy remains a symbol of its socialist, egalitarian values—the city has long been nicknamed “Red Haifa”...

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    3. 7 members of Palestinian family abused Holocaust survivors in Haifa
      http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4667461,00.html

      - a voice in the wilderness

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  5. CDG, Yerushalayim, Eretz Yisrael Shlemah11/6/15 3:49 PM

    I know I'm not Dov (or even as knowledgeable as the average Israeli), but even I know Netanya as "Mafia Central" of Israel.

    I don't know about the other two, except that my mother's mother was born in the Jewish quarter of Haifa long before the mandate.

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  6. CDG, Yerushalayim, Eretz Yisrael Shlemah12/6/15 12:18 AM

    Oy vavoy! - so much not to be proud of. But it's not the LAND itself we are talking about, but JEWS within her who are abusing her, may they see the error of their ways and repent speedily, if at all possible.

    I could look downtown here and find a few things too...and there's that nasty parade coming up, may it not succeed.

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  7. I've certainly shed some tears along with saying many prayers today on behalf of Klal Yisrael. Let's hope our collective prayers did some good. However, I prefer to think positively if one can under such dire circumstances. Thousands dead as tragic as that may be-- may not refer to Israel-- but to our enemies who do battle against us.
    --Diaspora Rosie

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