Wanna know a secret?
A really, really cool secret?
In the Torah there is a strange instruction.
God said to Moses, “Speak to the rock and water will come out.”
Moses didn’t speak to the rock.
Moses hit the rock, instead.
The Zohar is clear about this: the water that comes from the rock isn’t water.
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.
The raw, naked power of the Zohar.
So why did Moses hit the rock?
Why did Moses not speak to the rock?
The hitting of the rock is a metaphor for physical, materiality.
Speaking is a metaphor for consciousness.
Moses hit the rock because the people’s consciousness was not yet ready to achieve control over the world.
They had doubts.
They weren’t prepared to go all the way.
They weren’t prepared to give up the ego.
Because in order to unleash the power of consciousness, you have to reel in the ego and dismantle it.
Instead, the people just wanted to take.
They wanted to make their own dreams come true instead of making other people’s dreams come true.
The key is to make other people’s dreams come true.
Then billions of people in the world will be working to make your dreams come true.
That’s the formula and wisdom that was gushing forth from the rock.
But the ego of the people made them want to take selfishly.
Instead of sharing selflessly.
If not read it again.
Okay—now it’s time to flash forward.
Some sixteen centuries later.
I mean, are you really sure?
2000 years ago, the Romans outlawed the literal and mystical teachings of the Torah.
The wisdom and technology that would strip away selfishness and leave only kindness in the hearts of humanity.
One day, a handful of negative Jews ran to the Roman Government and ratted out Rabbi Akiva for teaching Kabbalah to his students.
Akiva was then skinned alive by the Romans.
His flesh was torn off.
From head to toe.
A gruesome, diabolical death.
Another one ran to the Roman government and squealed on Kabbalist Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai because he spoke truth out in public.
Rabbi Shimon took refuge in a cave for 13 years.
Kabbalist Yehuda ben Baba was sliced by 300 arrows by Roman soldiers.
Kabbalist Rabbi Ishmael had his face (not his head) sliced off.
It didn’t end there.
Some Jews went to the Roman government speaking bad about Kabbalist Rabbi Yehoshua (Jesus).
They made up lies about his true Kabbalistic Torah teachings.
Jesus tried to hide the truth of what he was doing by only revealing these Kabbalistic secrets to his closest disciples.
To the masses, he spoke in parable to conceal the power of what he was revealing to the world.
But the Jews called him a criminal.
He was hung on Passover eve.
Which is why the New Testament says: “”The God of our fathers raised up Jesus, whom ye slew and hanged on a tree.” (Acts 5.30.)
And also: “And we are witnesses of all things which he [Jesus] did both in the land of the Jews, and in Jerusalem; whom they slew and hanged on a tree” (Acts 10.39.)
And also: “Who his own self bare our sins in his own body on the tree, that we, being dead to sins, should live unto righteousness” (Peter 2.24.)
And also: “And when they had fulfilled all that was written of him, they took him down from the tree, and laid him in a sepulchre.” (Acts 13.29.)
Akiva and Rabbi Shimon had tried to bring Kabbalah to the Jews.
To turn them into Israelites.
Jesus mission was to bring Kabbalah to the pagan and gentile nations.
To bring them salvation from the darkness and chaos of the world.
But all these great Kabbalistic sages were stopped. Dead in their tracks.
Which is why the world continued to burn for the last twenty centuries.
Flash forward to the 18th century.
Jews ran to the authorities in Germany and Italy.
They made false claims about a great Kabbalist.
Rav Moses Chaim Luzzatto.
They excommunicated him.
Burned his Zohar.
Buried his writings in a graveyard.
Drove him from his homeland.
So whose fault is it?
Is it the people who ratted out the Kabbalists and slandered them?
Is it the fault of the persecutors?
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 and being willing to take the heat.
Now it’s now time for the world to change.
This time, the people will speak.
This time our voices speak.
It’s time bring the secret teachings of Jesus to the entire world.
It’s time to bring the technology and wisdom of Rabbi Shimon to the Children of Israel.
It’s time to speak to everyone.
If you love what you read, and you do not share it, you are taking.
You are not giving.
You must share it.
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.
And we still need to fix that.
The only reason the Messiah and world peace has not yet arrived is because we have not brought this Light to the entire world.
Only when a critical mass of people are empowered with the wisdom of Kabbalah and they achieve true, inner, deep fulfillment, only then will the Messiah arrive to forever banish all darkness and death.
It’s up to us. It always has been.
Jesus gave the nations of the world the path and teachings.
It’s all rooted in the Zohar. Every single word.
Rabbi Shimon and Rabbi Akiva revealed the wisdom that can forever transform the Jews of the world into a true spiritual kingdom of Israelites.
The time has come to speak.
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 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.
By watering the earth!
With the wisdom of Jesus, the wisdom of Akiva, the wisdom of Rabbi Shimon.
And let’s finish what they started.