Yesterday, in the middle of my ongoing pity party, I went for a little walk to get a sandwich for lunch – and then I realized it was starting to rain, so I walked back to the apartment quickly, to get my washing in.
As noted in previous posts, the housekeeping is taking a nose-dive at the moment, so getting that stuff out there in the first place is taking some major effort. So, I was gathering in my towels and sheets….when I suddenly realized it’s the middle of June, and I live in Israel.
And rain just isn’t meant to happen in Israel in June.
In the end, it was just a little smattering, but today it’s looking so cloudy outside, and feeling so cold, relatively, that I just went to look up the weather forecasts for Jerusalem and they are predicting thunder storms and rain.
Whether the forecast will be another incidence of navi sheker, we’ll soon find out.
But in the meantime, it really looks like it’s possible.
And so, the highly unusual weather that’s happening all over the world continues….
Over on the Ravberland.com website, they've just posted up a prayer for the molad, or new moon, of Tammuz 5778, that is happening today, at 18.44 Israeli time, that I think is highly significant.
The Rav is talking about cancelling the laws of nature, and of the sun standing still, like it did for Joshua, so that Israel could 'take revenge' on their enemies.
You can see it for yourself HERE.
Given that the Rav is the only one who is has been consistently talking about comets fighting for Jews, and rivers running backwards as a result of celestial events, and that the tone of his shiurim has gone from complete forgiveness for enemies and wicked people to something much harsher (at least from my reading of them in the Hebrew) over the last two weeks - I really do think something big is about to happen.
And that Hawaii, and 'pele' is the key to it all.
There is a lot to pray for, this coming month, in a whole bunch of ways.