SPEAK TO THE ROCK

Ready for the hard truth?

You sure?

I mean, are you really sure?

Okay.

2000 years ago, a handful of negative Jews ran to the Roman Government and ratted out Rabbi Akiva for teaching Kabbalah.

Akiva was then skinned alive.

Another one ran to the government and squealed on Kabbalist Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai because he spoke truth.

Rabbi Shimon hid in a cave for 13 years.

Kabbalist Yehuda ben Baba was sliced by 300 arrows.

Kabbalist Rabbi Ishmael had his face (not his head) sliced off.

It didn’t end there.

Some Jews went to the government speaking about Rabbi Yehoshua (Jesus).

They made up lies about his true Kabbalistic Torah teachings.

Called him a criminal.

He was hung on Passover eve.

This is what’s been going on for two thousand years.

Jews ran to the authorities in Germany and Italy.

Back in the 18th century.

They made false claims about a great Kabbalist.

An Italian.

Rav Moses Chaim Luzzatto.

They excommunicated him.

In Frankurt.

In Italy.

Burned his Zohar.

Drove him from his homeland.

So whose fault is it?

Is it the people who ratted out the Kabbalists and slandered them?

No.

It was the people’s fault.

They refused to rise up.

Refused to speak up.

Because part of speaking up is leaving the ego at the door and speaking from the heart.

Ain’t easy.

Good news.

Now it’s now time for the world to change.

This time, the people will speak.

This time our voices speak.

You speak.

We speak.

www.kabbalahstudentsspeak.com

Read it.

Share it.

If you love what you read, and do not share it, you are taking.

You are not giving.

Big mistake.

You must share it.

Actively.

Passionately.

Or the mistakes of history will repeat.

To share an article, to share a miracle story, to share any truth from this website IS to speak up.

Wanna know a secret?

A really, really cool secret?

In the Torah is a strange instruction.

From God.

To Moses.

God said to Moses, “Speak to the rock and water will come out.”

Moses hit the rock, instead.

Moses didn’t speak to the rock.

The Zohar is clear about this: the water that comes from the rock isn’t water.

It’s wisdom.

Kabbalah wisdom.

The Zohar’s wisdom.

The Torah story wasn’t really about water.

Water is just a code word.

Every Kabbalist knows that.

The story was about the revealing and sharing of wisdom.

What wisdom?

The raw, naked power of the Zohar.

So why did Moses hit the rock?

Why did Moses not speak to the rock?

Because the people’s consciousness was not yet ready.

They had doubts.

They weren’t prepared to go all the way.

They wanted to take.

Not share.

They wanted to go, “Wow, this is amazing.”

Instead, they should have shared it with someone else so that another person can go, “Wow, this is amazing.”

Get it?

If not read it again.

So here we are.

A few millennia later.

And we still need to fix that.

Now.

We need to speak to the rock and bring forth water; to water and nourish the earth.

The rock is planet earth.

Third rock from the sun.

The water is Kabbalah.

And the source and bottomless well of this wisdom is the Zohar.

This whole website is a stream, a river, a sea and an ocean—if enough of us speak.

Share the people’s miracle stories that appear on this site.

Speak.

Speak up loud.

Speak up strong.

Don’t just read and go “wow.”

Make someone else go “wow.”

Words have power.

Sharing is speaking.

Now go change the world.

And water the earth!

 

 

 

Billy Phillips

Billy Phillips has been a student of Kabbalist Rav Berg and Karen Berg since 1989. He has been instrumental in helping to make Kabbalah accessible for the masses working on both private and public projects under the guidance of Kabbalist Rav Berg. He has lectured on a variety of topics, most notably the profound connection between Kabbalah, Christianity, Islam and the world of Science.

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12 Responses

  1. erin gray says:

    WOW

  2. Ester says:

    WOW is correct! Billy when do we start translating this blog to other languages? I can help translating the material into Spanish.

  3. Paul G says:

    Here’s what Edmund Burke, the famous Irish political philosopher had to say: “All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.”

  4. Najman M. says:

    I’m speaking up, Let’s all wake up, we can end this, once and for all. It seems impossible, but we don’t have to do it, we just need to let the light do it. How? Not intefearing … Sharing, changing … we can be the cause, we can finish the job !

  5. Chris Yehuda Zimmerman says:

    Thank you Billy

  6. Nacho says:

    This is life changing, taking human race and all the Universe 2 another level!!! Tikkun Olam Now!!!

  7. Yehudit says:

    Thankyou very much !!!

    Sharing !

  8. Rajel (Margarita) Alonso Flores says:

    Billy, as usual, u bring to my life certainty. Baruj H’shem!!! I’ve lived in the middle of everything in my life!!! I know why!!!!

  9. Michael Kania says:

    I agree with the mandatory of these words but for me they have too much constraint. I guess, it wouldn’t be compatible with the comprehension of the teachings of the Koran; one can’t force anything… Things must freely happen! – Then we’ll become perhaps the consent from Muslims.

    Rav Shlomo Raskin says you have to be rich to become a prophet (in the double sense of the importance of both material and immaterial) – and unfortunately, I don’t own any material things.
    … Or isn’t that proposition right?

    But if you are taking this entourage you won’t have a place where you can put your head to calm down.

    I think these are topics, which one should only deal with in talks between oneself and HaShem.

    • Rajel (Margarita) Alonso Flores says:

      Agree with you Billy. All my life i’ve ever thaught that the level and references of spiritual development are the real circumstances which provoke to have afinity with the spirituality knowledge. It really depends from our past lifes… Our tikun…Christians are as radical as muslems in some ways, it is taking so much tough work in Latin America, to teach and show and teach the kabbalistic way of Yeoshua.

  10. Shmueli says:

    Wow!!! Nice words. Hope you can come to Israel to make some “wows” here

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