Today, the 25th Day of Elul, which is known as the Day of Creation, when the physical universe actually came into existence, I spent time with Kabbalist Rav Berg. I took out my iPhone and recorded an impromptu interview with the Rav on a variety of questions. One question concerned the Jesus-Kabbalah connection. Below is the audio recording captured today, September 12, 2012.

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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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6 Responses

  1. I love the Rav! And it is so wonderful to see him and hear him looking so well!! Can’t wait to see him and you Billy in Anaheim!:)

  2. Roy says:

    We love The RAV!

  3. Annie Burns says:

    Its wonderful to hear HaRav! I agree with HaRav and I personally feel very sad that it is so true that Jesus wouldn’t be tolerated in our time. We still hate for no reason, kill to be right about our way to the kingdom of heaven. Hold onto our god as being the only god and everyone else is wrong. It saddens me that so much time has passed and we are still, if not worse because of our evolving in technology, hurting and causing grief and so much pain.

    The Rav’s message is clear – so crystal clear. Just like Jesus before him. We MUST treat others with dignity respect and love. We MUST find a way within ourselves – each one of us – to find unity.

    I for one, stand guilty. I admit it. And I feel the pain of the suffering I’ve caused and Im sorry for it. I want to be what the blessed Rav teaches. I want to be a small candle to bring peace and unity.

    With Rosh Hashanah nigh, I admit before the council that I am a cause of the pain and suffering in the world. I also commit, with only the Grace of the Light’s help, to transform myself to be one of the many to bring unity and peace.

    May G-d help me cause I can’t do it alone.

    Thank you Billy for posting messages from our Blessed Rav. Please would you extend my love for him to him and let him know, though I am weak I am committing to giving up my own hate for no reason (sometimes i feel it and its like a poison. I dont know why I feel it happens either).

    I wont see you this year in Anahiem. Blessings to you and please continue with your work. You have no idea how much a blessing you are to the world.

    Love Annie.

  4. Roberto says:

    Blessings, Happines and longlife for the RAV.

  5. susan oleary says:

    I sincerely thank you Rav Berg for addressing the Jesus issue. I was raised a strict catholic who loved Jesus’s teachings but couldn’t put it together with the rigid dogma of the church. It was not until I started studying the Holy Zohar that I finally met Jesus for the first time. I can’t tell you how it enlightened me and changed my life . Jesus was my savior , not because he was the only son of God , but because we are all the sons of god. All worthy and capable of controlling our own spiritual destinies. I believe he was the most missunderstood holy man in history. Thank you again peace and love

  6. Vincenzo D'Angelo says:

    I love my Rav

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