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Parsha #43: Masa’ei (Stages) 33:1-36:13 Haftarah: Yirmeyahu (Jeremiah) 2:4-28; 3:4 B’rit Hadashah: Ya’akov (James) 4:1-12 In this Parsha we learn the laws of Aray Miklat, the cities of refuge. A place designated for anyone who kills a fellow Israelite by accident. The killer has to get to the city of refuge before the deceased’s relatives… Read more »


Parasha #53: Ha’ azinu (Hear) D’varim (Deuteronomy) 32:1-52 Halftarah Ha’azinu: Sh’mu’el Bet (2 Samuel) 22: 1-51 B’rit Hadashah: Romans 10:14-21; 12:14-21; Messianic Jews (Hebrews) 12:28-39 This Parasha contains “The Poem (Song) of Moshe.” The poem begins by giving a basic overview concerning B’nai Yisrael’s behavior, from the Exodus until the inheritance of land. Then moving… Read more »


Parasha #11: Vayigash (He approached) B’resheet (Genesis) 44:18-47:27 Halftarah: Yechezk’el (Ezekiel) 37:15-28 B’rit Hadashah: Acts 7:9-16 specifically vv.13-15 Parasha: If we look more deeply into this week’s Torah portion we can derive truth not obvious to the casual reader. Let us examine this portion from a mystical or kabbalistic point of view. We see that… Read more »


Torah: Sh’mot (Ex.) 1:1-6:1 Haftarah: Yesha’yahu (Isaiah) 27:6-28:13; 29:22-23 (A) Yirmeyahu (Jer.) 1:1-2:3 (S) B’rit Chadasha: Mattityahu (Matt.) 22:23-33; 41-46; Mark 12:18-27; 35-37; Luke 20:27-44; Acts 3:12-15; 5:27-32; 7:17-36; 22:12-16; 24:14-16: Messianic Jews (Hebrews) 11:23-26 This week’s Parsha brings up an interesting parallel. One, “There is nothing new under the sun” and two, something that… Read more »

V’zot HaBrachah

Parasha #54: V’Zot Habrachah (This is a blessing) D’varim (Deuteronomy) 33:1-34:12 Halftarah: Y’hoshua (Joshua) 1:1-18 B’rit Hadashah:Mattityahu (Matthew) 17:1-9; Mark 9:2-10; Luke 9:28-36; Y’hudah (Jude) 3-4, 8-10 This is our last Parasha for this year and we will be starting over from the book of Exodus next week. Moshe is about to die and before… Read more »

The Ten Sefirot

The cosmic “Tree of Life” or the Ten Sefirot epitomize the emanations of “light” or G-d’s “qualities into the visible world of mankind. These are the ten emanations or “lights” through which God interacts and relates to this world. When Kabbalah looks at various events that have transpired in the world, or various Divine commandments… Read more »

Yahshua’s Kabbalah

Mark 9: 1 “Yes!” he went on, “I tell you that there are some people standing here who will not experience death until they see the Kingdom Of G-d come in a powerful way!” 2 Six days later, Yahshua took Kefa, Ya‘akov and Yochanan and led them up a high mountain privately. As they watched,… Read more »

Ezekiel Foundation of Kabbalah

We have examined the Throne Vision of Ezekiel. We read the Scripture from Ezekiel 1:2-2:1. We compared that with Ezekiel 8:1 and learned that that the vision stated there is like the vision in Chapter 1:17. This vision is know in Kabbalah as “Maaseh Merkavah” or the “Workings of the Chariot.” Ezekiel is a key… Read more »

Ezekiel’s Vision

We have arrived at the place in Ezekiel where we will be examining the symbology of Ezekiel’s chariot. This leads us to a hidden doctrine in Judaism within the corpus of work identified as Kabbalah. The general public has in the main misunderstood Kabbalah. It has been linked to the occult and in some cases… Read more »

Ezekiel Introduction

Secret doctrine of the Son We are entering into the Apocalyptic age that both Yahshua and John preached about, in fact, they both could be best characterized as apocalyptic teachers. As we enter into the study of this important book let me say that it is very sad that the Sadducean priesthood as well as… Read more »