Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Rebbe Nachman's Hidden Scroll on Gog u Magog

HT: Rivkah Lambert Adler

Rav Eliezer Schick zt''l shares some of Rebbe Nachman’s ‘Hidden Scroll’ which explains what will happen before Moshiach comes.

For around 200 years’, the Megillat Setorim, or hidden scroll, written by Rebbe Nachman has been one of the best-kept secrets of Breslev chassidut. Until recently, very few people had even heard of it, and even fewer had access to its secrets.

The scroll was written in code by Rebbe Nachman before his death in 1810, and it contains secrets pertaining to what will happen in the world before Moshiach comes, that only one in a generation is initiated into.

In the last generation, as the footsteps of Moshiach have come closer, more and more of the contents of the ‘hidden scroll’ have been leaking out. Before his untimely death last year, Rav Eliezer Schick, ZTL, wrote the following about the contents of Rebbe Nachman’s ‘hidden scroll’ in his book, Paolot HaTzaddik.

Rav Shick revealed that there would be a terrible ‘war’ prosecuted against the nation’s leading Tzaddikim, as part of the preparations for Geula.

To read it: click here  


Anonymous said...

A war against the leading tzadikim - I guess that is Rav Berland the main target. People need to look more closely at the allegations and realize they are part of this war.

Devash said...

I am wary of people who make statements like "those who uncover the true will of Hashem Yitborach" and "who reveal Hashem’s true will in the world". This is cultish language. HKB"H's will is already revealed in His Torah which He gave to the entire nation...

"It is not in heaven, that you should say, "Who will go up to heaven for us and fetch it for us, to tell [it] to us, so that we can fulfill it?" Nor is it beyond the sea, that you should say, "Who will cross to the other side of the sea for us and fetch it for us, to tell [it] to us, so that we can fulfill it?" Rather,[this] thing is very close to you; it is in your mouth and in your heart, so that you can fulfill it."

Anonymous said...

Secret books ? The Zohar was published In 1270 authored by Moses de Leon. It has been proven not to be a book of antiquity. Our mesora does not permit 'secret ' books to be revealed. It is against our faith. Neither the Zohar, nor this example, nor Turkeys are allowed . It is a form of Avodah Zarah.

Anonymous said...

Respectfully written - NO one knows who is a true Tzaddik, - i.e. to which "league" one belongs my pt. is. that statement should not have been allowed to be printed...
Chazal say - A man sees w/ his eyes, H' Sees to the heart"; i.e. who the person truly is.
I don't know either of these Rabbis, personally, but no one can decide to which league one belongs. Big mistake...
In general I wish to Thank the writer of this blog for the enlightening material she makes available to us all.

Anonymous said...

Did he (Rabbi Berland) or did he not admit to it?

Devorah said...

No he did not admit to anything, the video that was put up on the internet was taken from a lecture he was giving on halacha and falsely marketed as his 'confession'.

Anonymous said...

Rav Chaim Kanievsky: ''Go to Rav Berland, he is a holy man''

כנישתא חדא said...


Devorah said...

The Lamp-post that proves Rav Berland is completely innocent

Anonymous said...

Unknown said:

What a 200-Year-Old Secret Teaching Reveals About the True Nature of Messiah Will Shock You
By Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz August 11, 2016 , 12:30 pm
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Rabbinical interpretation of what Megillat Setorim says about Messiah will upset most preconceived ideas about the man who will bring redemption.

Though “Rebbe Nachman says very little about the Messiah,” said Rabbi Fleer, “What he does say in Megillat Setorim is that when he comes, he is not going to appear like we think he will. People are going to look at him and say, ‘That’s the Moshiach (Messiah)?!’

“It seems to be that he is not going to dress in a rabbinic manner, and he is going to be a young man and not an old man with a long beard.”

Rabbi Fleer went on to warn that Rebbe Nachman’s disciples did not believe anyone should anticipate or try to guess at the coming of the Messiah.

“Messiah is going to come by hesech ha’daat (inadvertently). If you think he is going to come at a certain time in a certain way, then he won’t come. That’s why Breslov Hasidut (Hasidism) doesn’t delve into the subject very much,” he explained.

Dr. Zvi Mark, chairman for the study of Hasidism at Bar-Ilan University, became the first person to make the Megillat Setorim accessible to the general public when he published The Scroll of Secrets – The Hidden Messianic Vision of R. Nahman of Bratslav.

According to Dr. Mark, the Messiah is described in the teachings as a man of enlightenment and art. The secret scroll even sheds light on the sequence of events in the Messiah’s lifetime.
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“Megillat Setorim describes the Messiah as conquering the world without firing even a single bullet,” Dr. Mark explained to Breaking Israel News. “He is described as an innovator of wisdom, medicine, and music. A character who deals in making peace between Israel and embodies religious leadership also to the nations of the world.

“Although initially the Messiah will not be acknowledged, Megillat Setorim is writing about when he is young, less than 12 years old,” Dr. Mark continued. “But later, when he is older, he will be recognized by all of Israel as a rabbi and scholar, and then he will begin to act as the Messiah.

“Not in Megillat Setorim, but in other places, Rabbi Natan writes that he understood from his teacher Rebbe Nachman that the War of Gog and Magog would not be a physical war, but a spiritual and cultural war.

“The Megilla itself is a wonderful vision of the order of the coming of the righteous redeemer, whose influence is spiritual rather than military, and the revolution he brings to the world will be spiritual, increasing wisdom, and empowering the place of music in human culture.”