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Friday, October 11, 2019


Shalom, Shalom. We have arrived at the time of year where we commence the unfoldment of the Fall Festival termed SUKKOT. It is written, “You shall dwell in booths for a seven day period; every native in Israel shall dwell in booths. So that your generations will know that I caused the children of Israel to dwell in booths when I took them from the land of Egypt, I am HaShem your God.” Leviticus 23:42,43 The CHAG (festival) SUKKOT is a commemoration of our forty year journey through the wilderness to the Promised Land. It is celebrated as a seven day holiday both in ERETZ YISRAEL as well as the EXILE. 

The NAVI Jeremiah received a prophecy that there would occur during the EXILE an event that would change the emphasis of PESACH (PASSOVER). He wrote, “However, behold, days are coming, the word of HaShem when it will no longer be said, As HaShem lives, Who took out the Children of Israel from the land of Egypt but rather, As HaShem lives Who took out the Children of Israel from the land of the North and from all the lands were He had scattered them, and I shall return them to their land, which I gave to their forefathers.” Jeremiah 16:14,15

Before our return to ERETZ YISRAEL, the NAVI Ezekiel beheld that we would also undergo another wilderness experience, disclosing that the nature of Jewish History is linear, that is, it repeats itself. He wrote, “I will take you out from the nations and gather you from the lands in which you were scattered with a strong hand and with an outstretched arm and with outpoured wrath, and I will bring you to the Wilderness of the Nations and I will contend with you there, face to face. Just as I contended with your forefathers in the Wilderness of the land of Egypt, so will I contend with you, the word of the Lord HaShem Elohim.” Ezekiel 20:34-36 From the Root language, these events disclose the path of development that we trek in the unfoldment of the GOAL of CREATION.

The GOAL of CREATION is the visible manifestation of ECHAD in the finite component of ADAM RISHON. The finite component is referred to as the KLI, that is, the vessel of reception. In reference to ADAM RISHON, the KLI, in manifesting the hidden qualities of the CREATOR, is a reference to the ATTAINMENT of PHYSICAL IMMORTALITY by a collective group. Just as in a natural birth, the head of the baby is destined to come out first, likewise, the ROSH (head) of ADAM RISHON is to make the ATTAINMENT first, then followed by the GUF (body). The ROSH is Israel and the GUF is the GENTILES. The High Holy Days of ROSH HASHANAH, YOM KIPPUR and SUKKOT illustrate this EMET (truth).

The High Holy Day ROSH HASHANAH represents the commencement of the ADAMIC CIVILIZATION. The High Holy Day YOM KIPPUR represents coming into a conscious union with the CREATOR. The festival of SUKKOT represents dwelling in a temporary state whereas the CONSCIOUS UNION with the CREATOR is to be actualized. In other words, the unfoldment of the Fall Festivals is a disclosure of the mechanics the Jewish People are to unfold in the evolution of ADAM RISHON.

The evolution of ADAM RISHON is the attainment of an IMMORTAL CIVILIZATION. Commencing with the unfoldment of the TRUTH of BEING, that is, we are individual aspects of ECHAD, thereby uniting us as ONE, followed by instructions that are received in a temporary state destined to transform the KLI into that which is ETERNAL. For this reason, SUKKOT is destined to be celebrated by all who are undergoing the human conscious experience in the evolution of the ADAMIC CIVILIZATION. READ ZECHARIAH 14:16-19

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