Sunday, April 9, 2017

Sacrifice in the Old City because we can't do the Temple Mount Yet -Nisson 10 5777

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Rabbi Yehuda Lave

Joyful Dreams

Before you go to sleep, you have a great opportunity to condition your mind to be more joyful by programming yourself to have joyful dreams. Simply repeat the words, "Joyful dreams," in a calm and peaceful tone of voice.

You might also suggest ideas for a joyful dream. With patience and persistence, you will eventually see results.

After upgrading the joy in your dreams, you can condition your mind for more courage, kindness, and serenity by suggesting to yourself, "Brain, please create more dreams of courage, kindness, and serenity."

Love Yehuda Lave

World's biggest nuclear sub to show off in the Baltic

Reenactiment of the Sacrifice in the Old City Nisson 10 5777

The public didn't get to see this

This happened behind the scenes. the public saw only the slide show above

On the other side of the country

This is a past performance of the Samaritan version of our Sacrifice.

Samaritan Passover in Israel

Each year the ancient Samaritan community in Israel continues the Biblical tradition of animal sacrifice as an atonement for sin during the Passover Festival. Peter Darg reports with graphic video details how many of the Biblical practices have endured and been preserved through the centuries. This clip is like going in a Time Machine back into ancient Israel.

Archaeologists in Israel stunned by dolmen discovery

Archaeologists in the Upper Galilee region of Israel have uncovered a huge dolmen — a large flat stone that is laid upon upright ones, like a table top — that they say contradicts theories about the sophistication of civilization more than 4,000 years ago, during the "middle ages" of the Bronze Age.

The stone covers an area that is 10 feet wide and 6½ feet long, and it weighs an estimated 50 tons. It is one of more than 400 huge stone structures located in a field next to a kibbutz, but it is the first dolmen ever found that has drawings engraved on its underside.

"This is the first art ever documented in a dolmen in the Middle East," said Uri Berger, an archaeologist with the Israel Antiquities Authority, which uncovered the stone in partnership with Tel Hai College and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Their study was published March 2 in the scientific journal PLOS One.

"The engraved shapes depict a straight line going to the center of an arc," Berger said. "About 15 such engravings were documented on the ceiling of the dolmen, spread out in a kind of arc along the ceiling.

"No parallels exist for these shapes in the engraved rock drawings of the Middle East, and their significance remains a mystery."

The dolmen was discovered within an enormous heap of stones that weigh an estimated 400 tons, and it has at least four smaller dolmens positioned at its foot. "In other words," Berger said, "what we have here is a huge monumental structure built hierarchically, with a main cell and secondary cells. This is the first time such a hierarchical dolmen has been identified in the Middle East."

Archaeologists say the dolmen field could rewrite the existing theories of civilization during the Bronze Age, which is generally considered to be a "dark period" of history because it left no artifacts that would indicate the presence of cities, large settlements and buildings.

Instead, they say, the dolmens reflect a society that had a complex governmental and economic system that could undertake large engineering projects.

"The gigantic dolmen … is without doubt an indication of public construction that required a significant amount of manpower over a considerable period of time," said Professor Gonen Sharon of Tel Hai College's Galilee Studies Program.

"During that time, all of those people had to be housed and fed. The building of such a huge construction necessitated knowledge of engineering and architecture that small nomadic groups did not usually possess.

"And even more importantly, a strong system of government was required here that could assemble a large amount of manpower, provide for the personnel and, above all, direct the implementation and control of a large and lengthy project."

Darts of Destiny-have to see to believe

See you tomrrow--the Passover Eve day--be ready for the seder on Monday night-Hope I prepared you for the sacrifice--soon we should be doing it again. Love Yehuda

Rabbi Yehuda Lave

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