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Kalman Wiseman #fundie #mammon #god-complex ravberland.com

Rabbi Berland begins:

“We can see with our own eyes that people are fighting with Hashem, they are fighting against Shabbat. They think that they are greater than Hashem. (They wanted to force stores and public transportation to remain open on Shabbat and now Hashem forcefully closed everything).
Hannah said:

“THERE IS NONE AS HOLY AS HASHEM, FOR THERE IS NONE BESIDES YOU, AND THERE IS NO ROCK LIKE OUR GOD.” (SHMUEL 1, 2:2).

It’s impossible to fight with Hashem.

Hashem says do hitbodedut (self-isolation and cheshbon nefesh<accounting of the soul>) an hour a day (but people are fighting with Hashem by not doing hitbodedut and now they are forced into isolation).

We hope that the Corona [lockdown] will be finished by August 31, so we can travel to Uman <Haredi shrine city in Ukraine> . If not, we also won’t be able to go to Uman.

Now, they closed down all the synagogues because everyone today talks lashon hara <unclean language>.
Today, all the synagogues are just for lashon hara. They are just a hornets’ nest of lashon hara. It’s written about Esav:

“[Y]OUR BROTHER SHALL YOU SERVE, YET IT SHALL BE THAT WHEN YOU ARE AGGRIEVED, YOU MAY CAST OFF HIS YOKE FROM UPON YOUR NECK.” (BEREISHIT 27:40).
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Rav Berland, shlita, is showing us the way we can immediately get out of quarantine, so that we won’t have to be ‘locked down’ until the end of August, G-d forbid.
The Rav reminded us about the terrible war that was waged against the sanctity of the Shabbat in Israel,[1] when they fought to open all the cafes, businesses and recreational facilities on Shabbat.

The outcome of this is that now all of these places are shut – and not only on Shabbat.

The Rav also added that so many people, sadly including in the religious world, have been allergic to the idea of isolating oneself for an hour a day and praying directly to Hashem in their own words, and of doing hitbodedut every day, as Rebbe Nachman of Breslov strongly recommends.

The outcome of this is that now we are all in bidud (isolation, from the word hitbodedut).

It’s impossible to fight against Hashem.

Kalman Wiseman #fundie #mammon #god-complex #quack ravberland.com

<Rabbinic Cult testimonial miracle success story...>
In a coma for a decade

One day, a Yemenite Jew showed up at Rav Berland’s home in a state of tremendous excitement. He’d never met the Rav before, and he certainly wasn’t at all connected to Breslov Chassidut, but he came because he didn’t really have any other choice. He’d already tried all other avenues, and spoken to so many doctors, yet for the last 10 years, nothing had worked. Nothing.

The situation had stayed exactly the same.

His young son was currently still hospitalized, and still in a coma, and it had been that way for 10 years already. He’d been completely unconscious for many long years, and was showing no sign of life. Meanwhile, his father had devoted himself to running around from hospital to hospital, and from one professor to another medical expert – all to no end.

Rav Berland’s reputation as a miracle worker

Recently, one of his friends had started to get interested in Breslov Chassidut. One evening, in the break between davening mincha and maariv, he’d told the father about the tzaddik, Rav Eliezer Berland. He told this devoted father some of the wondrous stories he’d heard about the Rav, like:

Ronen Dvash’s incredible story, of how the Rav helped him to escape from an jail in India and return home, and how the Rav could sweeten judgments in the heavenly courts by way of accepting a pidyon nefesh (redemption of the soul).

The father didn’t hesitate: He asked his friend to help him arrange a meeting with Rav Berland. On the spot, the friend contacted one of Rav Berland’s gabbayim (attendants), and asked if his friend could come for a bracha.

The first meeting

In the small hours of the night, the father entered the Rav’s room. The Rav took his hand warmly, and told him: “You need to give a pidyon of $1000, and then your son will wake up.” The man didn’t hesitate for a moment. He immediately took the amount out of his wallet, in cash, and gave it to the Rav. The Rav took the money, then told the man: “Go now to the hospital, and you’ll see that your son is waking up.”

The father quickly travelled to the hospital, ran to his precious son’s room, got to the door and pushed it open… Nothing had changed.

Quickly, he called the Rav’s gabbay back. The Rav overheard the conversation, and gave instructions that the man should bring another pidyon of $1000, and then he would see miracles. The man returned to the Rav’s home, gave another pidyon, and again ran back to the hospital – where he was crushed to see that again, nothing had changed.

When is the pidyon going to work?!

He phoned the gabbay up again, apologized for being so persistent, but wanted to know when he’d seem some ‘fruit’ from paying the pidyonot. Again, the Rav overheard the conversation, and advised the man to come back again immediately with another $1000 pidyon.

And so, the same scene repeated itself 11 times over!

12th time lucky

When the devoted father came to give the Rav a pidyon for the 12th time, he turned to the Rav with tears in his eyes and said to him: “Esteemed Rabbi, I don’t lack money, and that doesn’t concern me. But I want to see my son alive again. Please….”

The Rav looked deep into the man’s eyes, and said to him: “Bring me another $1000 now, and this is the last time. You will return to the hospital, and he will be waiting for you.”

The boy wakes up

Again, the man travelled over to the hospital very quickly, hoping that the 12 pidyonot that he’d given the tzaddik would finally have worked. He didn’t want to get too excited, in case nothing had happened again, and he’d just be terribly disappointed. Again, he made his way through the hospital’s corridors, got to his son’s room – and saw his son sitting on the bed with his eyes wide open, looking at him with such a grateful expression on his face.

“Dad, thanks so much that you gave Rav Berland 12 pidyonot for me,” he said. For 10 years, the father hadn’t heard his son’s voice. For 10 years, he’d been in a coma, with no signs of life. And now, he was having a conversation as though nothing had happened, and as if they’d only just spoken yesterday.
“How did he even know I was by Rav Berland?!” the father wondered in amazement, “and how did he know that I gave 12 pidyonot for him???”

Sweetening the judgments in shemayim

The son gazed at his father, then told him: “Dad, you should know that the first time you went to Rav Berland’s home and gave him a pidyon for me, you raised my soul up to two batei din (courts of judgment) in shemayim (heaven). Those two heavenly courts sweetened some of the judgments against my soul.

“With each additional pidyon, you gave me the merit to rise up to another two courts of judgment. Until there only remained the last two courts of judgment, and there, I needed some very big merits to pass through successfully.

“Moshe Rabbenu, a’h, was standing there. Then Rav Berland came, and he held the fate of my soul in his hands. He asked Moshe Rabbenu to enter the heavenly court, and to awaken the court’s mercy for me, so that I could be returned to life. Moshe Rabbenu, a’h, turned to Rav Berland and told him: ‘You are the true Tzaddik of the generation, you can go in and arouse mercy for him.’ And so it was. Rav Berland came in with me, and then I woke up and that’s how you find me sitting here, on the bed.”

The true tzaddik of the generation

The son finished his wonderous account, and the father sat there, dumbstruck by the magnitude of the miracles he was witnessing with his own eyes. Immediately after his son was released from hospital, after he’d gone through a number of extensive medical tests, the first thing they did is return to the home of Rav Berland, in order to thank him for the miracles and the wonders they’d experienced.

When the son saw Rav Berland for the first time in his life, he pointed to the Rav and told his father very emotionally: “Here, dad, that’s the Rav Berland who I was telling you about who got me through the 24 courts of judgment in the upper worlds!”

<Note - Rabbi Berland is in Israeli prison for selling healing miracle placebos. After a global manhunt.>

Rabbi Pinto Rabbi Gueta & Rabbi Berland #fundie #god-complex #crackpot ravberland.com

<From the website of Imprisoned Sex Offender Rabbi Berland’s Haredi Jewish cult Shuva Yisrael>

Coronavirus and all the disasters are happening because the geula <redemption> is close – and how it’s connected to Rav Berland
The famous kabbalist Rabbi Yoshiyahu Yosef Pinto, shlita, is the head of the ‘Shuva Yisrael’ group of institutions located in Israel and around the world, and also the Av Beit Din of the Jewish community in Morocco.

Rav Pinto is well known for his ruach hakodesh <basically Jewish sainthood>, and for his ability to predict the different events happening around the world.

On January 6, 2020, we put up a post from Rav Pinto translated into English, where the Rav said:

“On Shabbat, I had a dream that was not simple, that there stands ready to be a big shock in the world, on the scale of the murder of Yitzchak Rabin, or September 11, on a very difficult scale, and difficult things which will happen to the enemies of Israel’.”

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Recently, Rav Pinto put out the following message:
“You should know, tzaddikim <righteous men>, that we are at the ikvata de’moshicha (footsteps of Moshiach <messiah>) – we know lots of things.”

Rav Pinto then referred to many of the different signs of the geula that he predicted would occur before they actually happened;

“Remember, we said that that the man would be murdered – he was murdered. [This is referring to Qasem Suleimani, head of the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps.]

“Remember, we said that there would be a big plague. [This is obviously referring to the Coronavirus epidemic.]

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Before we continue with the words of Rav Pinto, shlita, let’s first also recall some of the words of the famous kabbalist Rabbi Amos Gueta, from Netanya.

Rav Gueta said:

“RABBI BERLAND HAS TAKEN EVERYTHING UPON HIMSELF – HE’S TAKEN THE SUFFERING OF ALL OF THE JEWISH NATION UPON HIMSELF.”

Rav Gueta continued:

“A few of the tzaddikim tried to relieve some of the suffering that Rabbi Berland took upon himself in a spiritual way, but Rabbi Berland wasn’t prepared for any other tzaddik to help him in this matter.”

One of the visitors to Rav Gueta then asked him:

“What, so you are praying and Rabbi Berland isn’t allowing the prayers to ascend?”

Rav Gueta answered:

“The prayers are ascending, Hashem is prepared to listen to us, and to relieve him of the suffering, but Rabbi Berland isn’t prepared that we should help him in this matter. He wants to do everything by himself.”

These are the words of the holy Rabbi Amos Gueta, shlita.