According to the Associated Press News, it’s being called  “one of the biggest changes in Catholic worship in generations.” The Catholic Church is changing the ritual text of prayers and instructions for celebrating Mass.

“We’re tinkering with a very intimate and personal moment,” said the Rev. Richard Hilgartner, executive director of the worship office for the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops. “It’s public worship, it’s the church’s official public prayer, but for the individual faithful, it’s one of the primary means of their encounter with the Lord.”

What is significant about this is something Kabbalist Rav Berg has taught for decades. Our consciousness and our individual actions change the entire external world. Recently, I gave a lecture revealing the secret of Golgotha, the supposed site of Jesus’ crucifixion and shared insights given by Rabbi Michael Berg on the secret of resurrection and the getting the answers to our prayers. It all concerns the idea of dew and resurrection. We learned that dew is the same numerical value as the first three letters in the Holy Name of God, known as the Tetragrammaton. Those three letters are called in the Zohar, “The Son.” They refer to what we call the 99% reality, the hidden dimensions beyond our physical senses.

Now, the Zohar says when we pray, our prayers ascend to the top of the Ten Sephirot, the Ten Dimensions, and reach Golgotha, which is called the Skull. From here comes the dew, which resurrects the dead. What’s the connection? In our lives, happiness dies. Health dies. Financial prosperity dies. Relationships die. When we pray, what we are really trying to do  is resurrect the dead so that those particular previous blessings and aspects of our life regenerate and fill us with Light.

To tap into this divine dew we must reach the realm of Golgotha, which is the skull at the top of the Tree of Life, or Ten Sephirot, also known as Atika Kadisha. Please see the lecture I gave on this subject below if you are getting freaked about by all these terms.  The way to connect to Golgotha and of course, to the realm called Chochmah, or Father, is to connect to the Son, the dimension that dwells right above our physical world.

Christianity is simply the literal explanation of the Zohar. Jesus was a Kabbalist. He revealed the secret of Golgotha, the Ten Sephirot, the realm known as the Son and the secrets of Kabbalah and the dew to his closest disciples. But to the masses he spoke in parable.

These parables are the literal aspects of Christianity.

Now the Church is suddenly changing their mass to reflect this connection to the Tree of Life, the Ten Sephirot and the dew, which is merely the first three letters of the Tetragrammaton.

And it’s totally Kabbalistic!

From now on, when a priest prays over the Holy Communion bread and wine, he will ask God for blessings “by sending down your spirit upon them like the dewfall.”

All the people who watched Michael Berg’s lecture, and the lecture on Golgotha below, it is their consciousness that is causing these changes to come about. As we learn Kabbalah and unravel the secrets, the truth begins to emerge in public after centuries of concealment.

This is how we affect change.


FREE webinar with Billy Phillips

In this free webinar, Billy shares some powerful insights about Jesus and the Messiah riding a Donkey and why the secret teachings of Jesus are coming out at this point in history. He also reveals a startling redacted section of Zohar that was taken out back in the middle ages.

We won't send you spam. Unsubscribe at any time. Powered by ConvertKit

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.

You may also like...

13 Responses

  1. MARIE MINIERI says:


  2. Guillermo Del Solar says:

    Bli Ayin Hara …as I said before, the tides of time are changing.. thanks to the effort and vision of the Rav , Karen, Michael, Yehuda and all the teachers and chevre of the KC…and to you Billy.
    We can and we will make a difference !

  3. ERIN says:


  4. MIRIAM says:

    A mayor LUZ, más caos, pero con la certeza de vencer al satan.
    Infinitamente agradecida a haber encontrado el Centro de Kabbbah
    A la maravillosa familia Berg entregada al prógimo,a todos lo jevres que con su saber hacer nos están enseñando a vivir de una forma diferente a pensar con certeza, y a sentir amor al prógimo.Y a ti Billy por tus investigaciones que nos abren espacios cerrados hasta el día de hoy. Gracias

  5. John Simoncini says:


  6. Jurgen says:

    This is so wonderful.

  7. G. Brandon W. says:

    The dew seems more like the flashing tablets have been forgotten for the sake of actually attaining the rite of the hebrew is a reality and discoursed by filiments and claims. However as the reported ‘dew’ (as funny as it seems) is actually a series of glyphs undecipheragble ast pre-attainment, the concern in the chaopter as saracastic and the oringins of which will upset the progress of a world is all.

  8. jcathey1 says:

    Great video, however, I.N.R.I. stands for the Latin phrase “Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews”. This is fairly common knowledge. Excellent to hear more about Golgotha though. Thank you,

  9. BG says:


    No disrespect but, have you ever been to a Catholic Mass? ‘Cause I’ve yet to hear that little nugget above. I think you got a little excited over what amounted to a slight change in the translation from Latin to English. What changed was, and this is one small example, instead of saying “and also with you” we now say “and with your spirit” — which is something the Spanish/Italian language congregations have been saying since the Novus Ordo replaced the Tridentine/Latin Mass.

    I don’t know much but do you celebrate the Passover Seder at the Kabbalah Center? I attended temple once with a friend of mine and thought that ceremony was lovely.

    • Thanks for writing. The point is not whether it’s new, but rather it’s ancient Zohar wisdom, the origins of Jesus’ secret teachings.

  10. Gregory says:

    “Like the dewfall” has been a prayer for many centuries. Sorry, it is not new.

    • Thanks for writing. The point is not whether it’s new, but rather it’s ancient Zohar wisdom, the origins of Jesus’ secret teachings. 🙏😄

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.