Shabbat Vaera - וארא
Vaera = "appeared" or "and will appear"
HaShem "Appears" to Moshe -
Moshe appears to the Children of Israel as Mashiach -
Have you seen Mashiach yet?
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Sedom Characteristics
Chazal from Talmud
Chazal - Sages compare for us the following two atrocities in Klal Yisroel's history . . Sedom, and Pilegesh b'Givah.

One of the main differences between the two is that Sedom was decreed to be completely and utterly destroyed without a trace.

During the atrocity of Pilegesh b'Givah, many many people died, but the entire city and nation was not wiped out. Why is that?

Chazal tell us that the difference between the two is that in Sedom they had actual legislation to determine their wickedness. It was the actual law of the land, and all of their abhorrent behavior was the way of the land.

In Givah, this terrible story happened, but it wasn't the rule of how to live life. It was just a terrible deed. The Mishnah in Avos tells us that if a person says or thinks "what's mine is mine and what's yours is yours, it's Sedom", This means that the middah of Sedom was that "I will never do for you. What's mine will never be used for you. I don't and will never care about you. What's mine is mine."
This is the antithesis of how we are supposed to think and do.

What's mine is yours, is our mantra. If a person comes to you and needs something that is yours, it's actually his at that moment. Treat him as the lender and you the borrower, and give it back to him. At that second you are doing something that allows you to literally attach yourself to the Abishter. May we all be zoiche to live a life of chessed and massim toivim...kein yihee rotzoin..(m'eis Harav Efrayim Wachsman).

  • Can you try to live a life of what's mine is yours?

  • Even for a moment?

Do you know the story of Pilegesh b'Givah? It is in the book of Judges
Story Section:
Day and Night
The Jews have been reading the Torah in public, completing it once a year, since it was given on Sinai.

We learn how G-d created the world in six days and 'rested' on the seventh. This is one of the foundations of Judaism. A Jew that does not believe G-d created the world and/or that doesn’t observe Shabbat is, in many aspects, denying the G-d of Israel.

But this raises many questions.

First of all, we notice that the Biblical day begins with night, as it says 'and it was evening and (then) it was morning ……… one day". (1:5)
Why didn't G-d begin with day?

Then, a few sentences later we read that the sun was created on the fourth day, so the first three 'days' must have been without sunlight! What type of days were they? How can there be day without the sun to measure when they begin and end?

And, finally; why did it take G-d seven days? According to the Bible before creation there was nothing; no matter, space, vacuum, spirit, or time (which is humanly incomprehensible) and G-d made all being (including time) miraculously ex-nihilo….. then why didn’t He just create EVERYTHING instantly!
Why did it take Him days, or even seconds to do it?
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Shabbat Vaera translates as appear or will appear. In the Parasha we have the story of the first 7 plagues. These 7 plagues represent the cleansing of the lower sefirot of the negative system.
The energy of the Parasha is "appearance", When these lower sefirot of your negative system are cleansed the Mashiach may appear to you.

The energy of appearance is connected to sight which Kabbalah teaches connects to Chochmah - Wisdom. If you have not seen Mashiach acting in your life keep studying Torah and the Kabbalah promises you will merit to liven in the generation of Mashiach.
Shabbat Shalom

Mashiach Class

Monday December 31 at 7 AM - Taanit Debur - Psalms Study

Wednesday January 2 at 4:30 PM  - D eep Zohar on Lech Lecha

Wednesday January 2 at 7 PM  - Questions and Answers

Thursday January 3 at 7 AM - Taanit Debur - Psalms Study

Thursday January 3 at 4:30 PM  - Deep Zohar on Lech Lecha

Thursday January 3 at 7 PM  - Zohar Vaera

Friday January 4 at 7AM  - Taanit Debur Psalm Study

Motzie Shabbat January 5 at 6 PM  - Havdalah and candle lighting

Motzei Shabbat January 5 at 7 PM - Zohar Class - Bo

All classes can be heard live on our conference call system at
605 475 6333 using pincode 911904#

Please Note NEW Number

Parashat Vaera Gematria
פרשת וארא

Shemot 6:3
וָאֵרָא, אֶל-אַבְרָהָם אֶל-יִצְחָק וְאֶל-יַעֲקֹב--בְּאֵל שַׁדָּי; וּשְׁמִי יְהוָה, לֹא נוֹדַעְתִּי לָהֶם
and I appeared unto Abraham, unto Isaac, and unto Jacob, as God Almighty, but by My name YHWH I made Me not known to them.

Va'era, el-'avraham el-yitzchak ve'el-ya'akov--be'el shaddai; ushemi hashem, lo noda'ti lahem

Numbers from the Verse:
14 words: - the number 14 connects to manifestation and the Sefirah of Malchut and its chariot King David.

Number of Letters:
49 letters. 49 connects to the 7 lower sefirot and the cleansing of the Omer period. 49 also connects to Creation and the Ana Bekoach.

Learn about the 72 Names . . .

Click HERE to learn more, and also how to find your Personal Name and Chart, plus a Teshuvah reminder.
Hebrew Astrology
Rosh Chodesh Tevet was the evening of December 7 to evening of Dec 9. Our connection event was December 8th at 7 PM.

Rosh Chodesh Shevat will be sundown January 6 to sundown January 7 2019. Our event will be Sunday January 6h at 4 PM
The Moon begins the week in Virgo. This will send the energy of analyzing and striving for self improvement.

Aspects :
Venus sextile Pluto will bring us to a deeper level of analyzation.

In this section we offer a few Kabbalistic tools and links to more on their Explanations.
Follow this link to learn how to use Names, Shiluv, DNA and Healing Tools and more.
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