Right now, I’m still feeling pretty exhausted….
My husband told me that in the days of the Gemara, the Sages couldn’t pray for three days after they’d travelled, it was so disconcerting, and I can really get that. I’m not sure what’s worse: riding a donkey for 50 miles in the heat and desert, or flying on Easy Jet with psycho stewards who think letting the passengers use the toilet is an optional extra.
So anyway, I feel like I still have to take things easy at the moment, and get my energy back.
There’s been so much going on, hasn’t there?
For all of us.
And yet, there is still so much to talk about….
Deep earthquakes around volcanoes in Alaska, killer floods in Kerala, 92 wildfires in the middle of Winter in Australia, over 600 wildfires in BC, and of course, that ‘interesting’ bridge collapse in Italy that they have absolutely no idea about how it happened.
Whenever I hear that, it gets me thinking that the ‘experts’ can’t explain it because they are using the wrong paradigm for how the world really works.
There are so many dead fish, dead whales, popping up on shores all over the world at the moment. There are so many red tides and blue tides of ‘toxic’ algae which actually feeds on Co2 in the oceans and is one of the ways ‘nature’ keeps a lid on ocean acidification.
It doesn’t look pretty, it stinks – but it’s cleaning up excessive Co2 in the meantime. And where is that ‘excessive’ Co2 coming from, you ask? Simple.
From the hundreds of thousands of underwater volcanoes and volcanic vents on the ocean floor that science likes to completely ignore and not talk about.
Many of which must now be outgassing, or venting, more Co2, as well as erupting more lavas underwater. And if the underwater volcanoes are getting more active, you can bet the ones on land are going to follow suite.
In the meantime, I’m still trying to figure out the next stage of life, and what God wants me to look at next, and work on, now the first draft of the volcano book is pretty much done.
Here are my thoughts, and feel free to give me your feedback, dear readers.
4. I think the next book I want to write is ‘Six Days’, where it will basically combine science, gemara and midrash to show that the idea that the world is NOT billions of years old is actually scientifically plausible, once you get all the lies out the way. We so need a book in the orthodox Jewish world that isn’t scared to talk about dinosaurs, and to take on the atheists’ narrative about the creation of the world.
5. I’d also like that book to appear in Jewish bookstores, which means I need to find a way of raising $10k to cover the cost of getting it published by an ‘accepted’ publisher. (I know! Robbery in broad daylight! But what can you do, if you don’t play the game, and pay the cash, you can’t get your books carried or distributed, and I’d really like that book to get out there.)
6. So, I’m considering two ways of trying to fund this project: 1) Kickstarter, or something like it; and / or 2) opening a Patreon account. Now, be honest with me: I know you like the blog, and I’m grateful for you reading it. But will that also translate into some financial backing to get the book out, or should I start to explore other avenues for raising the cash?
(You can comment, anonymously for once, below, and let me know what you REALLY think, as I need some honest feedback here.) That’s where I’m up to at the moment.
Lots to think about, lots to consider.
So, your honest feedback would be greatly appreciated.
And in the meantime, there’s a lot going on, isn’t there?
UPDATE: Some amazing new video of how the lava is creating new land off the shore of the Big Island. They've had 4000+ earthquakes striking there (above 2.0) in the last week. It's still an ongoing event...
As the lava continues to gush in Hawaii, adding 380 hectares to the Big Island, and seeing the Kilauea crater collapse and expand to twice its original size, the word that keeps being used by observers (if they talk about it all….) is ‘unprecedented’.
We’re in unchartered waters here, we keep hearing (if they talk about it all – to go by mainstream media, you’d think the whole event ended two weeks ago.)
So, I went to check the back-history of Kilauea, to see if this really is as ‘unprecedented’ as we think it is (if we’re thinking about it at all) – and guess what? Throughout the 1800s this stuff was happening all the time on Hawaii’s Big Island!
Repeated collapses and rebuilding of the Volcanic crater, or caldera, at Kilauea; repeated surges of lava and vents opening and closing all over the Island. Mauna Loa erupted, another volcano on the island also erupted repeatedly, and there were a ton of earthquakes going on for many, many years.
I managed to track down a journal by James Dana, the father of modern geology in the US, which contains his ‘diary’ of volcanic activity in Hawaii in the 1800s, and it makes fascinating and eye-opening reading.
Modern science likes to talk in jargon and use ‘scientific words’ in great part to obscure what they are actually observing, as so much of it doesn’t ‘fit’ – at all – with the version of the world they are trying to foist on us all.
In their version of the world, volcanoes are very rare things, they are all dying out, the volcanic activity is slowly dispersing leaving less and less active volcanism in this old, old world we live in. They also try and paint a picture of things moving so slowly, in geology. Like millions and billions of years slowly.
But as you can see from Dana’s book – some relevant bits I’m copying here below – Kilauaea’s crater has risen and collapsed and then risen again repeatedly, often within just two years!
Things move very fast, geologically speaking, and that’s why modern science doesn’t like talking about volcanoes, because they really dis-prove the ancient world view they like to foist on us all.
WHY DON'T MODERN GEOLOGISTS KNOW THIS STUFF?!
As I read through Dana’s journal, I had to wonder how the people who have built modern Hawaii could be so stupid as to build fracking plants where they did, and whole communities of housing estates where even just a hundred years’ ago lava flowed like water – much as it’s doing again today.
Didn’t they know the recent history? Did they think the volcanoes on Hawaii were ‘dying down’, or that science had advanced so far that they thought they had Kilauea all figured out? The mind boggles.
And what boggles even more is that because of the false science that says that most volcanoes are ancient and now dead, three million people now live around the base of Vesuvius, Italy (to give just one example - there are also millions of people living very close to volcanoes in the US, too, that everyone has been told are dead or dormant.)
Again, this boggles the mind because that volcano is not dead, not at all, it’s just not been ‘agitated’ electro-magnetically for 2,000 years.
But if that changes (as it seems to be right now) all these ‘dead’ volcanoes could so burst back into life, in an instant. Anyway, there is always more to say, but in the meantime, enjoy Dana’s diary.
These excerpts begin with a description of the super-quick raising and falling of the pit in the Kilauea crater in just two years, as described by an explorer called Mr Coan. The pictures are all from Dana's book, and show the summit of Kilauea radically changing over the years.
Two years later, in June of 1846, Mr. Coan reported that “the repeated overflowings had elevated the central parts of the crater four or five hundred feet since 1840, so that some points are now more elevated than the black ledge."
Thus, in only six years the lower pit — nearly four hundred feet deep in June of 1840 — had been almost or quite obliterated.
The phenomenon seems inexplicable on any other hypothesis than that of the bodily upheaving of the inner floor of the crater.''
When visited by the Exploring Expedition in 1840, the surface of the Great Lake was between
three and four hundred feet below the black ledge, and measured only a thousand by fifteen hundred feet in diameter. Consequently in six years the lake had not only increased in size, but it had actually risen in height as much as it had been previously depressed by the out-draining of lavas in the eruption of 1840.
The Dome of 1848
Early in 1848 the lake was the most of the time unusually inactive, and became, as Mr. Coan states, “thickly encrusted over. The solid crust was soon after raised into a dome two or three hundred feet high, covering the whole lake. By August, the dome was almost high enough ‘to overtop the lower part of the outer wall of Kilauea and look out upon the surrounding country.’
A time of unusual quiet, of “steaming stupefaction," followed, and continued on through 1850 and 1851. Early in 1852 the orifice at the top of the dome was one hundred feet across, and boiling lavas were seen within.
By July this orifice had increased to two hundred feet; and it was still enlarging by falls of great masses into the abyss one hundred and fifty feet below, while steam and smoke were escaping from many holes in the sides of the dome, and lavas were ejected through a fissure dividing the west wall from top to bottom.
In the latter part of 1853 [the lava dome over Kilauea] was still standing, and probably was two miles in circuit, with a height of three to six hundred feet.
1855 to 1864. — In June of 1857 Kilauea was quiet.
Dana notes that stalactites were seen forming instantly in the area – in just two years! He noted that there were “warm or hot steaming caverns in the floor of the crater, some of which were hung with gray-black, often tubular, stalactites.”
1868: A huge earthquake and eruption from Mauna Loa, Kilauauea’s crater sinks 300 ft almost instantaneously:
A down-plunge of the central part of the floor of the crater took place at the same time, so that again a lower pit existed, as in 1840. Mr. Coan, in describing it, says that the plateau "sagged down" three hundred feet.
Another remarkable fact is stated: that just before the earthquake of the 2nd of April, "the lavas of Kilauea burst up vertically and spread over the old deposit of 1832."
It took less than 50 years to get dense vegetation covering the lava flows:
The lava of the outflow was still lustrous, and mostly free from vegetation in the summer of 1887, while that of 1832 was much weathered and mostly under dense vegetation.
Changes from 1868 to 1879
After the discharge and consequent exhaustion of 1868, Kilauea was slow in its re- turn to activity. In July of 1860 Mr. Coan found the crater quiet, and the basin of the Great Lake so nearly cooled that he went down into it and measured across its bottom four hundred feet below the rim.
He found it “ five sixths of a mile" wide, and at top more than a mile from the north to the south side. Down deep fissures within the emptied basin he could see the lavas, fifty to one hundred feet below, still in ebullition.”
Two years later, in 1871, the Great Lake was full, and successive overflowings had covered deeply the southern end of the crater and sent streams two miles northward, filling the central pit to a depth of fifty feet.
ERUPTION OF 1879: BOTTOM DROPS OUT OF CRATER:
By May, 1880, Halema'uma'u had become a boiling and overflowing lake, pouring its streams into the great central basin of the crater.
Eruption of March, 1886
The above-described conditions continued, though with great variations, until March of
1886. On the 6th of that month both Halema'uma'u and the "New Lake", the latter five years old, were unusually full and active, and mingled their floods in overflows.
The next morning, March 7, between two and three o'clock, the lavas disappeared and left both basins empty, —first the shallower New Lake, and then the Great Lake. The cone around the latter, then two hundred feet in height above the boiling surface, fell into the emptied basin, and for days the down-plunge of the walls continued.
Kilauea from 1868 to 1890
This period of eighteen years passed without another down-plunge of the floor of the pit….
Previous to the eruption of 1886 the floor of the crater had been flooded again and again by the streams from Halema'uma'u, until the whole was covered throughout with the new lavas…
Mr. Dodge obtained evidence that the floor of the basin with the cone upon it was rising bodily; and his observations made on his arrival and before he left indicated that the elevation was going on "at the rate of nearly a foot a day."
This he further confirmed by later observations; and on the 14th of January, 1887, wrote that "it was all rising slowly as though floating on the surface of the new lava-lake;" and that the height gained thereby above the sea-level since October was probably two hundred feet.
[Modern science likes to claim that mountains elevate an inch a year – maximum! This piece of information by itself completely blows so much of the ‘old earth’ theory of how mountains are made completely out of the water, which is probably why no-one ever talks about Dana and his truthful geological observations these days.]
By March 8, 1888, the cone had risen so high that the summit was "on a line with the outside walls of the crater beyond it, looking from the Volcano House ; "and the floor of the basin had risen likewise, so as to be but forty or fifty feet below the top, --facts which imply a rise of thirty or forty feet since the middle of August, 1887.
The time from March, 1886, to July, 1888, a little over two years, was sufficient for the refilling of the deep basin of Halema'uma'u and also of New Lake, and for the renewal of the great outflows over the floor of the crater.
This condition continued until May, 1889, when, as I learn from Mr. Baker, there was a subsidence of eighty feet in the floor of Halema'uma'u, which carried down the large central debris-cone, and all else on the floor, and made walls of eighty feet again about the great depression.
"In the sixty-three years from 1823 to 1886, there appear to have been at least eight discharges of Kilauea. Four of them were of prime magnitude, — those of 1823, 1832, 1840, and 1868, —distinguished by a down-plunge in the floor of the crater, making in each case a lower pit several hundred feet deep.
Others, as those of 1849, 1855, 1879, 1886, were minor discharges, discharges simply of the active lakes, without any appreciable or noticed sinking of the floor of the crater."
Dana’s book itself is 400 pages long, and you can download the PDF of it HERE, and it’s actually pretty interesting reading, and mostly in plain English.
The takeaway message from the above is that Kilauea – and all the volcanoes around the world – have been unusually quiet the last 100 years, and this has enables modern science to make up a version of how the world was formed – over millions and billions of years - that seemed superficially correct.
But now that the volcanoes are starting to burst back into life – 35 volcanos are erupting at the moment, plus new activity is going on at hundreds more that government agencies aren’t yet officially reporting on – it’s going to start showing more and more just how ‘false’ the scientific theories they keep shoving down our throats really are.
WHAT’S WITH ALL THE DEAD FISH?
One last word on the dead fish that are rocking up along seashores across the world: Dana and his fellow scientists figured out more than 130 years ago that underwater volcanic discharges were killing them off, either by blasting them with a cloud of poisonous gases, or simply by instantly boiling the water they were swimming in.
All these shoals of dead fish and other marine creatures turning up all over the place are just showing that there is an awful lot of sub-marine volcanic activity going on, as the seafloor is littered with volcanoes and volcanic vents.
Again, fish are NOT being killed by man-made global warming, and the ocean is NOT being made warmer because you ran your car to the grocery store. It’s increased underwater volcanic activity that’s to blame for these things.
This is just another example of how much modern science is misleading everyone, deliberately or otherwise, about what’s really going on in the world, in order to promote its own, unrealistic, version of events and push their own God-less agendas.
There's a huge scandal that's just broken out in the UK about 456 older people who were effectively deliberately 'killed off' by doctors at an English hospital who prescribed 'medically unnecessary opioids' for them.
The UK has a bad habit of GPs secretly poisoning pensioners - Harold Shipman killed over 60 people that way, before he was found out and charged with murder. Now, this latest episode is putting more unwelcome attention on the way the medical system is 'secretly' trying to kill off as many 'unfit' people as it can.
This is not an accident, this is exactly what evolution, and St Darwin himself, promoted and suggested as the 'ideal' state of affairs for humanity. The following is Darwin's own words, written in 'The Descent from Man':
"With savages, the weak in body or mind are soon eliminated; and those that survive commonly exhibit a vigorous state of health. We civilised men, on the other hand, do our utmost to check the process of elimination; we build asylums for the imbecile, the maimed, and the sick; we institute poor-laws; and our medical men exert their utmost skill to save the life of every one to the last moment.
There is reason to believe that vaccination has preserved thousands, who from a weak constitution would formerly have succumbed to small-pox. Thus the weak members of civilised societies propagate their kind. No one who has attended to the breeding of domestic animals will doubt that this must be highly injurious to the race of man.
It is surprising how soon a want of care, or care wrongly directed, leads to the degeneration of a domestic race; but excepting in the case of man himself, hardly any one is so ignorant as to allow his worst animals to breed.
...we must bear without complaining the undoubtedly bad effects of the weak surviving and propagating their kind; but there appears to be at least one check in steady action, namely the weaker and inferior members of society not marrying so freely as the sound; and this check might be indefinitely increased, though this is more to be hoped for than expected, by the weak in body or mind refraining from marriage.”
I've just started reading a book by an academic called "From Darwin to Hitler", which traces how the theory of evolution, and in particular the emphasis on 'natural selection' and 'survival of the fittest' lead straight to the gas chambers.
The theory of evolution overturned the sanctity of human life, and made human life cheap and expendable. More, it turned it into a 'mitzvah' to do away with the weak and unproductive ('unfit') members of society.
In the past, people were taught that the human soul was what powered the person, and that regardless of the body it was contained in, the soul should be respected and honored. Darwin came along, threw the soul out the window, and created a whole new religion based on crushing and killing weaker human beings, and lesser 'races', so that the 'fittest', (i.e. the more inhuman, strong, cruel, greedy and selfish) could have the world to themselves.
The theory of evolution has wreaked so much havoc, so much evil, so much death and destruction.
I will write more about this, BH, so you can also start to figure out that all these deaths from opioids, and the terrible state of modern medicine which is often and obviously doing more harm than good to so many people caught in its clutches, are part and parcel of all this 'false science' that is preventing us all from seeing the truth about what's really going on.
Good health depends on a healthy soul, mind and body - I write about this a lot in Talk to God and Fix Your Health, and spell out how it's all connected.
The evolutionists threw out the first one, corrupted the second, and now want to turn the third into a robot.
All this is not part of some big conspiracy. It's fair more simple than that, and is simply the direct result of an open system of atheistic, immoral beliefs taught by the universities, academics and 'scientists', who have been put in charge of 'educating' and influencing the rest of us to 'think right'.
That's why a university education is often anathema for a Jewish soul, and why it has pulled so many people off the path of really believing in God, the Torah, and the innate value of a human being.
This is not a simple mattter, not at all. Because these atheistic, evil, cruel beliefs are underpinning every single branch of modern 'science', most obviously in the bio-medical sphere.
For years, I've been wondering why on earth anyone would want to promote a health system based on drugs that's so clearly killing and maiming millions of people.
Now, I'm starting to get the answer.
And it's pretty scary.
For a while now, I've been wanting to take a look at all the fake stories modern science likes to tell about fossils. Fossils are real, there's no doubt about it, and dinosaurs and weird creatures existed 100%.
But they didn't 'exist' 500 million years ago, and the world hasn't been in a 'steady state' for billions of years, and there WERE a number of huge global catastrophes, as set out in the deeper Jewish sources, which fundamentally changed the globe - very quickly - at least six times since Adam and Eve, 5778 years ago.
So without any further ado, let me share what I've discovered about fossils with you, as nothing really sums up how little modern science really knows about the world than the tall stories it tells about how and when fossils were created.
If you check the school text books, and the popular life science sites run by respectable universities, you’ll probably be told that there are different types of fossils, and they get formed in different types of ways.
The typical ‘cast’ type of fossil is created when an animal or plant dies, but manages to get buried in sediment fast enough to leave an impression in the hardening rock before it actually starts to rot away.
We’re told that the plant or animal dies, and before it disintegrates it somehow manages to sink down to the bottom of the sea floor completely intact, where it’s then covered by mud or sand.
As more layers of sediment are added on top, this starts to compress the sand or mud into stone, and turns it into hard rock.
In the meantime, the actual plant or animal now starts to dissolve over many hundreds of thousands, or even millions, or years, until we’re left with a natural mould. Now, mineral-rich water seeps into the mould, and creates a cast that has the same shape as the original skeleton, or plant form, but that doesn’t have any of its internal features.
Now, are you ready for the truly miraculous part of this process?
“Millions of years later, the rock surrounding the skeleton rises to the Earth's surface (this happens during mountain building, earthquakes and other earth processes). The rock is worn away by wind and rain, and the fossil is now exposed, waiting to be found!”
I'm not kidding you. That's what science is teaching people.
TWO TYPES OF FOSSILS
Palaeontologists divide fossils into two major types - body fossils and trace fossils. Body fossils show us what a plant or animal looked like, while trace fossils record an animal’s activity. Trace fossils include things like footprints, animal tracks, and coprolites, or fossilized faeces.
Superficially, this sounds like a plausible explanation of how fossils are formed. But when you start to dig a bit deeper, and to actually explore where and how fossils are found, the standard theory starts to look considerably shaky.
Back in February 2007, a reader on the Natural History Museum’s website asked the staff: How long does it take for animals to turn into fossils?
Graeme Lloyd, a paleobiologist, was refreshingly honest in his response, and admitted that: “generally speaking we know very little about the fossilisation process (how the remains of animals or plants are replaced by minerals and literally turned to stone). As you are probably aware the chances of being fossilised are extremely small (we have very few fossils compared to the total number of animals that have ever lived). This is largely because the fossilisation process can take so long that usually decay or scavenging by other animals will get there first and there will be nothing left to fossilise!”
Lloyd acknowledged that because of the long timescales involved in creating a fossil, which Lloyd set at hundreds to many thousands of years, scientists have never been able to observe the process in action. He also acknowledged that the soft parts of animals decay very quickly, typically in just a few days or weeks.
Which still doesn’t explain how plants became fossilized, nor how fossils with soft parts still exist. One stunning example of this occurred in 2006, when parts of a Tyrannosaurus rex were pulled out of the ground in Montana, and were then sent along to Mary Schweiter’s lab in North Carolina State University for testing.
Schweitzer dissolved some of the dinosaur’s fossilized leg bone in acid – and discovered that she was looking at T-rex blood cells that were meant to be 68 million years old. Given that the ethrocytes in blood typically take 120 days to decompose, how can we even begin to explain that this type of soft material was apparently preserved for '68 million years'?
But there’s other enormous questions about fossils, that are still unanswered, too.
If fossils occur by dead animals and plants being covered by various layers of mud and sand underwater, then how do these fossils come to be found all over the earth, and in some cases, even at the very top of the highest mountains?
In 1909, paleontologist Charles Burgess discovered a fossil bed at the very top of the Canadian Rockies in British Columbia, which contained many thousands of soft-bodied fossils that were later dated as being 508 million years old (sic). 150,000 of these specimens ended up at the Royal Museum of Ontario (RMO).
According to the RMO’s website: “It is estimated that up to 98% of the fossils from this locality are entirely soft-bodied and would stand no chance of being preserved through normal taphonomic processes.”
To put this in plain English, that last sentence is actually saying that it’s impossible for the normal processes of creating fossils to have preserved the soft-bodied creatures that make up 98% of the Burgess shale.
So what ‘unusual’ process could possibly have occurred, to preserve the Burgess Shale at the top of the Rockies? Here’s what the RMO website says happened:
“The Burgess Shale fossils are preserved in a type of sedimentary rock known as shale. Shale is a type of mudstone (or mudrock) that originally formed from deposits of fine mud, made mostly of clay minerals. The different fossil layers of the Burgess Shale represent different mud deposits, originally laid down in sheet-like horizontal beds ranging from a few millimetres up to several centimetres in thickness. These layers can still be seen today in the Burgess Shale.
“Seafloor muds are transformed into shale (lithified) when they encounter increased temperature and pressure during their geological history. The mudstones of the Burgess Shale were exposed to even greater temperature and pressure during the formation of the Canadian Rocky Mountains.”
Earth Magazine has a different theory for how the sea creatures preserved in the Burgess Shale came to be 12,000 ft up at the top of the Rockies:
“About 505 million years ago, the continent that would become North America straddled the equator. With no terrestrial plants or animals, the land was a barren landscape. The warm, shallow sea bordering the continent, however, hosted a carbonated reef teeming with a diverse array of organisms, most of which were relatively small bottom-dwellers.
"Periodically, the animals would get washed over the reef and deposited at its base, where their bodies accumulated in the muddy sediments. Today, these creatures are beautifully preserved in the Burgess Shale.”
(Again, I'm not kidding here. This is what 'serious scientists' are telling people.)
THERE IS NO SEAFLOOR ANYWHERE NEAR THE CANADIAN ROCKIES
Again, superficially this is a nice explanation, but as there is no seafloor anywhere near the Canadian Rockies –and the Pacific is more than 400 miles away – it’s stretching credulity to believe that wave after wave of sea worms were ‘washed over the reefs’ for more than 400 miles, and were then washed 12,000 feet up to the top of a mountain chain in the middle of the country.
As the RMO’s own website explains, no ‘normal’ process like this could possibly account for a bunch of soft bodied, deep sea-dwelling creatures to become fossilized in a land-locked high mountain range in the middle of the American continent.
So then, what can explain it?
(Duh, it's Noah's flood, plus all the other earth-wracking contortions of continents that has occurred over the last 5778 years. But I digress...)
MORE FOSSILS UP MOUNTAINS
Before we can begin to answer that question, let’s take a look at other fossilized remains of deep-sea creatures that were found at the top of another mountain chain. Two years’ after Walcott publicized his finds in the Rockies, explorers Henri Mansuy and Jaques Deprat also stumbled across more Cambrian-era fossils in Yunnan province, China.
Again, the finds were soft-bodied creatures, and again, they dated to around the same time, 500 milllion years ago (sic).
Most puzzling of all, these marine creatures were also found at the top of a high range of mountains, in a land-locked area of China where the nearest sea was many hundreds of miles away.
What could account for this? Even stranger, this type of high-quality preservation of fossils would not be seen again for another 500 million years.
In 1987, the New York Times shared the amazing story with its readers of how scientists from the American Museum of Natural History had found the remains of whales and other deep-sea creatures 5,000 feet up in the Andes.
The expedition was led by Professor Michael Novacek, who went on to author a paper describing his finds, where he explained that the whale fossils et al were caught up in marine sediment that later got ‘uplifted’ to become the Andes mountain chain in Chile somewhere between 8-25 million years ago.
So, according to mainstream science, some huge change created the Rocky Mountains and slowly ‘uplifted’ the Burgess Shale around 500 million years’ ago, and then some other huge change created the Andes Mountains and gently ‘uplifted’ a bunch of fossilized whales 8-25 million years ago – at the rate of 7-22 millimetres a year. And in the half a billion years that intervened – nothing.
There’s another huge problem with this theory: according to the laws of physics, it’s impossible for huge mountain chains to be 'gently' created this way by the earth's tectonic plates 'gently' rubbing away at each other.
The plates would need to be violently smashed together to cause mountain chains to form - and that's not something that can happen in slo-mo, over billions of years.
FOSSILS ARE NOT THE ORIGINAL BONES
Before we continue, it’s important to understand that fossils aren’t bones. When remains become fossilized, what that means is that before the bones or plant matter can decompose, minerals from the surrounding environment starts to leech from the living matter, so that the living cells become replaced with rock.
So the bones and other fossils being dug up are not actually the bones of the dinosaurs, trilobites and other creatures themselves, but rocks that are shaped in exactly the same way as the living matter once was.
This process is called permineralisation, and the greater the concentration of minerals like sulphur, iron, carbon and silica, in the water or sediments around the fossil, the faster the fossilization process becomes.
The formation of a fossil from the remains of an organism by the replacement of its tissues by minerals.
So, it’s surprising that ‘soft matter’ such as blood cells and collagen proteins should outlive the original bone, and it begs the question of whether the Tyrannosaurs Rex bones worked on by Mary Schweitzer et al really are 68 million years old.
HOW FOSSILS ARE DATED
If we go back to the Natural History Museum website, Neil Gosling, a Senior Teaching Fellow at the University of Southampton’s department for Biological Sciences, makes a surprising admission: fossils don’t have to take tens of thousands of years to occur. If the circumstances are conducive, they can even happen in a matter of hours, because the process of mineralization is actually relatively fast.
So if lobster and shrimp eggs can be fossilized in the space of a few weeks, and if chemists have developed a way to petrify wood in a matter of hours, and if geologists have discovered that plant matter can become fossilized within just 80 days – then why is science so sure that fossils are many hundreds of millions of years old, especially when scientific studies have repeatedly shown that if the conditions are right, fossilisation can occur even within a few short decades?
Before we take a look at how certain axiomatic assumptions being made in geology could be skewing the results, let’s first just explore what sort of mineral compounds would need to be present, in order to accurately fossilize soft-bodied creatures.
In March 1993, Derek Briggs and Andrea Kear, two researchers at the University of Bristol’s Department of Geology, published a paper in Science where they described how their experiments had shown that soft tissue was usually preserved as calcium phosphate in fossils, and that this process could happen quickly.
But, in order for that to happen, you’d need to have elevated levels of phosphate leeching in from the surroundings, plus a total absence of oxygen. While it’s difficult to see how these conditions could prevail on the ocean floor – which is why the paleontologists working with the Burgess Shale have no idea how they actually came to be fossilized – there is another fairly easy explanation for how those conditions came about.
In a word: volcanoes.
ANIMAL, MINERAL AND VEGETABLE
There are around 3,000 minerals in the world, but only a bare handful of them are actually commonly found on planet earth. When volcanoes erupt, as well as the liquid magma they spew into the surroundings, they can also cover their surrounding areas with great quantities of volcanic ash and something called lahar.
a destructive mudflow on the slopes of a volcano.
For example, when the Mount Rainier volcano last erupted in 1894, by far the biggest danger came from the lahars, or large volcanic mud and debris flows that coursed down its flanks as a result. Lahars can happen anywhere where you have a mixture of loose volcanic rock, or volcanic ash, and a lot of surface water.
When these lahars are triggered, they “look and behave like flowing concrete, and they destroy or bury most manmade structures in their paths.”
And lahars can move extremely quickly. Previous lahars at Mount Rainier, for example, travelled up to 70-80 km an hour, sweeping all sorts of fauna and flora before them, which subsequently became encased in a concrete-type, mineral-rich volcanic mud where all of the oxygen was smothered out of the environment.
If the terrain is steeper, than the flowing slurry can even reach speeds of 200 km an hour, and can grow exponentially by incorporating anything in its path, including water, rocks, soil, vegetation, animals, and even modern buildings and bridges. And while lahars are often associated with volcanic eruptions, they can occur without one.
Any area that has a hilly, steep landscape that’s covered with loose volcanic material, or volcanic ash, and which then experiences a high-volume, or long-lasting rainfall can be subject to a lahar. But after a volcanic explosion, when the vegetation hasn’t had enough time to grow back, lahars are particularly dangerous.
It’s a little like what happened in California in January 2018, when very heavy rains fell after the St Thomas fire had stripped the mountains around Montecito bare of plants and trees. It sparked off a mudflow that swept everything before it, and became increasingly bigger as it came down the slopes around Montecito.
The main difference was that this mud slurry didn’t include the volcanic ash that would quickly harden it to concrete. But ice-clad volcanoes, with their mix of steep slopes, loose rocks and abundant surface water, often offer the perfect conditions for lahars to form, and to cover everything in their path with volcanic concrete.
(The first 2 minutes of this video are shmiray eynayim friendly, then some girl in a pair of shorts and a clipboard pops onto the screen for a couple of seconds, FYI.)
CONNECTION WITH CALCIUM PHOSPHATE, aka APATITE
So, if scientists have found that the soft, fleshy parts of fossilized creatures are usually preserved as calcium phosphate, then we have to start figuring out if volcanic mud would contain more calcium phosphate than regular soil. According to David Smith at the Geology and Environmental Science faculty of La Salle University, Philadelphia, lahars and ashes typically come from volcanoes that contain “intermediate to high silica content (andesite to rhyolite magmas.)”
These types of volcanic magma contain a lot of different minerals, and that’s part of what makes the ground around volcanoes so fertile, and why so many people, even today, take the risk of living close to active volcanoes.
According to Smith, this type of lava will be made up of between 60-75% silica, and then will include smaller amount of things like magnesium oxide, iron oxide, potassium oxide and calcium oxide. Any soil that is formed directly from the ash, or from a lahar, where the ash mixes with the water gushing down a mountain, will contain the same elements that were found in the original magma, and these mineral elements will leach out relatively easily, especially from the ash particles.
(Hang in there, the chemistry lesson is nearly finished!)
But crucially for our discussion of whether volcanic mud could be the perfect medium for preserving fossils, this type of lava will also retain phosphorus more than regular soil, and also usually contains higher than normal levels of apatite – or calcium phosphate. The last thing to note is that volcanic ash soil usually has “significantly more…anaerobic bacteria than other soils,” and that’s important because geologists showed that fast fossilization requires a lot of “anaerobic bacterial-mediated decay.”
To sum this up in plain English, volcanic mud fits the bill perfectly, when it comes to flash-preserving even soft-bodied creatures and fragile plant matter. And even some of the paleontologists in China are starting to believe that’s how we came by many of our most impressive specimens.
THE JEHOL FOSSILS
On February 4, 2014, National Geographic ran a story with the following eye-catching headline:
“Ancient Ash Volcanoes Entombed Chinese Dinosaurs: Pompeii-style eruptions preserved ancient beasts in mass-death disasters.”
Researchers have been digging exquisitely preserved fossils out of the fine shale beds in North Eastern China since the late 19th century, but it was only with the fall of the Iron Curtain, back in the late 1980s, that the paleontological treasure bed contained in China’s ancient stones really became accessible.
In the 1990s, researchers returned to the western Liaoning Province, the northeastern Hebei Province, and the south eastern area of Inner Mongolia, and started finding thousands upon thousands of detailed and carefully-preserved fossilized remains, including feathered dinosaurs.
But that’s not all they found: they also uncovered thousands of bird fossils; fossils of the first known flowering plants (or at least, the first such fossils to have been found by modern man); complete specimens of insects, aquatic invertebrates, fishes, frogs, salamanders, turtles, lizards, choristoderes, pterosaurs, and other mammals.
All of these fossils were conventionally dated to “the late Hauterivian to early Aptian” – or 120 million years ago, and many of the specimens still had fossilized traces of their scales, feathers and hair, as well as some of their internal organs.
For now, let’s leave the question alone as to how so many different creatures were found together, 120 million years’ ago, when dinosaurs were meant to have slowly ‘evolved’ into birds, and mammals and all the rest, over many hundreds of million of years.
(Like, duh, that's because macro evolution is a completely false construct...)
And instead, let’s focus on what Professor Baouy Jiang, from the Earth Sciences and Engineering school at Nanjing University, had to say about how these fossils were formed.
THE CREATURES WERE CAUGHT UP IN A 'PYROCLASTIC' ERUPTION
Jiang and his team analysed the fossils and the sediment / stone they were found in, and came to the conclusion that the creatures had all been killed instantaneously in a sudden pyroclastic volcanic eruption. They believe that blasts of super-heated air, gas fumes dense clouds of fine ash suffocated and burnt these creatures, before they were swept down to the foot of the mountain, to create the bone bed where they were ultimately found.
According to Jiang, these volcanic blasts: "not only caused major casualties as they [do] today, but also transported some of the remains into nearby lakes and rapidly buried the remains."
Jiang came to his conclusions after comparing the ash that encased 14 well-preserved fossils from Jehol to the ash from Krakatoa in Indonesia, which erupted massively in 1883. They also compared Jehol’s fossils to those found in Pompey, and found that they had the same death pose, with their limbs extended outwards, and the same spiderweb-type cracks found on the victims of Pompeii.
Jiang continued: “The eruptions must have been numerous and caused multiple mass mortalities of both terrestrial and aquatic animals in the region, as do contemporary explosive eruptions”, and then drew the readers’ attention to similarities with the recent eruption of Mount St Helens, in the USA.
MORE VULCANISED FOSSILS AT YANLIAO
In the same region of China, researchers also uncovered another strata of excellently preserved fossils that they deemed to be a few million years’ older than the Jehol fossils. In writing up their report of the finds, they stated:
“Recurrent volcanism probably explains the apparently sudden deaths, rapid burial, and excellent preservation of the Yanliao organisms.”
If these two stunning fossil beds are being attributed to volcanic activity, then surely that’s an option that we should be exploring for the other fossil beds being found around the world?
DID VOLCANOES CAUSE THE BURGESS SHALE FOSSILS, TOO?
What about the Burgess Shale? Is there any evidence that volcanic activity may have been behind the otherwise unexplainable preservation of those soft-fleshed creatures, too?
In October, 2017, paleontologist Paul Johnston, from the Mount Royal University in Calgary presented some stunning new research to the Geological Society of America in Seattle, describing how he and fellow researcher, Stan Keith, had spent the last decade comparing the geochemistry and mineralogy found at several of the 12 main Burgess Shale sites in southeastern British Columbia.
Johnston had started at the original site discovered by Charles Walcott, then worked his way around Mummy Lake and Monarch Mountain. They discovered the rocks which contained the fossils had a very high level of magnesium oxide – as much as 30%. Johnston knew that the average for marine shale was only about 2.2% magnesium oxide, so where was all this extra magnesium coming from?
Initially, he thought that the extra magnesium was coming from magnesium-rich brines that were leaking out along the fault on the Cambrian seafloor, but then in 2017, Johnston had an eureka moment: Could the magnesium somehow be linked to hydrothermal venting and the mud volcanoes on the Cambrian seafloor?
“Right now, we can’t think of another way to deliver these materials to the Cambrian seafloor other than by deep-sourced mud volcanism,” Johnston says. “What we had originally interpreted as cold brine seeps, we now think are part of a larger set of phenomena that includes mud volcanism and active faulting in that area during the Cambrian.”
Again, to put this into plain English, Johnston’s research pointed to the idea that the Burgess Shale had come about as a result of super-heated mud volcanoes on the ocean floor that instantaneously killed, then entombed the sea creatures that make up the Burgess Shale.
And no-one is even guessing, still at how these deep-sea marine creatures from the bottom of the ocean's floor ended up in the middle of Canada at the top of the Canadian Rockies.
There is so much more to say about fossils and geology - and I want to cover the radiometric dating BS in more details here soon - but let's stop here for now.
Whether by design or accident, the scientists are lying to us, and to themselves, about how the world was formed, and how old it is, and WHO made it in the first place.
The whole paradigm is false, which is why they can't figure out things that are staring them straight in the face, and science is full of crazy enigmas and mysteries that are really only there in the first place because they keep trying to make the facts 'fit' a false paradigm of the gradual development of an old earth over many billions of years.
What I've written here is a small part of what I'm collecting together - all footnoted with source material - in the book, and there is way more to say, some of which is so mind-boggling I'm even having troubles digesting it myself.
But it all fits with Torah, and BH, I will share some more stuff with you as I go along. The Torah is true, science is wrong, and hopefully more and more of us will start to wake up and realise that the 'experts' who keep trying to convince us about Darwin and anti-Torah dating are literally lying through their teeth.
I asked my two teenagers how dinosaurs are dealt with in their religious schools, and they both told me: they aren't. People just ignore them, talk around them, pretend they didn't exist.
Dinosaurs bones were the Darwinites 'secret weapon', for trying to undermine humanity's faith in God and the biblical account of creation. I think it's time they were put back in their proper place in the big scheme of things, don't you?
Ephraim Geltman is a good friend of my co-writer on One in a Generation. He publicly 'came out' as a Rav Berland supporter on Facebook a few months back, and he got hit with an absolutely enormous tsunami of sinat chinam and evil speech.
But Ephraim is a very brave, and very sincere individual, and recently, Ephraim sent this video along plugging the book on his Youtube channel, which I'm happy to share with you.
While we're here, let's do a mitzvah: Does anyone know someone who would be a good match for Ephraim, marriage-wise? He's located in Israel, works in the holistic health field, and is into Breslov. If you can think of someone suitable, please drop me a line HERE.
If you haven't had a look already, I just reviewed Rav Ofer Erez's newest book in English, From the Depths, over on the Jewish Book Review blog HERE.
That book helped me to come through the most difficult time in my life, a few years' back, and it's highly, highly recommended. It's not a long read, it's not complicated, it's written very simply, but it contains a bunch of deep information, so kindly given over, that will explain why sometimes our suffering is just something we have to go through for our spiritual tikkun, and not necessarily because there is something to 'fix' in this lifetime.
The 'fix' in those situations is to know that God still loves us, and that our suffering is being caused by unfinished business from a past life, and to maintain our emuna in His goodness and justness.
Often, so much easier said than done, especially when the carpet gets whipped out from under our feet.
So, check out my review HERE, the pop over to HERE to go buy the book.
As we head into the holiday, I want to wish all my dear readers an uplifting, happy, and peaceful festival of freedom. BH, this is the year we really will get out of Mitzrayim, both collectively and personally.
In the meantime, here's a round-up of some Pesach-related reading material that you may want to check out, if you're taking a quick break from all the cooking and cleaning:
Nesanel Yoel Safran wonders why this holiday tends to take people to extremes, in Extremely Pesach.
Helen Schwimmer shares a peek of what goes on between the covers of her haggada.
Zisi Berkowitz shares a Pesach Parody based on Paul Revere
Rav Ofer Erez explains in his newsletter for Nisan 5778 that our redemption depends on connecting to the Tzaddik
Alizah Teitelbaum writes a heartfelt plea for redemption to come this year.
And all I can say is 'amen', I really hope that will happen too.
It was only when I was talking to Alizah, the fiction editor over on Sasson, that the penny dropped.
We were discussing the new writers’ workshop that BH is almost ready, which is basically an online interface that will enable participants to upload their work, and have other writers critique it - in a careful, helpful way - to help the author polish their piece.
Alizah was explaining that a good critique always starts by praising the good in the piece, then includes some points where things could be improved, then ends with more praise of the good in the piece.
And that’s when the penny dropped about why I’ve been feeling pretty so low about continuing to write for Emunaroma, and so bizarrely upset about life, and that I should just give up now and go work in Shufersal, or something.
The story begins last year, when my husband and I offered our services - for free - to translate a really awesome Breslov book that we wanted to help get out to the English-speaking public.
Neither of us were paid for the work we did, and both of us worked really hard to get it ready, to the best of our collective abilities. It was literally a week away from being sent to print when in swooped ‘the sponsor’.
The sponsor had also read the book in the original Hebrew, and also loved it, and also wanted to do whatever he could to get the book out there to the wider public. There was just one problem with this plan: he wanted the book to be professionally edited by someone who could make everything read like something from Artscroll and Feldheim.
Because this is what the English speaking frum book reading public wants! More suave, wordy stuff that loses the heart and soul of what’s really being said and is technically a million percent accurate - but so bland and lifeless you just want to dig some hole for it already, and say kaddish.
I had huge misgivings. I did a lot of hitbodedut about it. Maybe, this was just my ego? (Very likely…) Maybe, this was just sour grapes that someone was being paid a lot of money to improve on something I’d poured my heart and soul into for free? (Could be…)
At the end of the day, I really want the book out there, and I really want it to sell well. The person who wrote it richly deserves that, they really do. So I made an agreement with the middleman that the ‘professional’ can and should look at it, and could and should tweak it, but that me and my husband would have the last word on the changes, to make sure the essential flavor wouldn’t be lost in translation.
What can I tell you?
Clearly no-one told the sponsor or the other editor.
The whole process was extremely challenging from day one, as I was increasingly given the impression by both these individuals that they were ‘rescuing’ the book from my extremely poor writing and editing.
I am the first to admit that grammar and punctuation are not my forte, and I always get my own books edited to catch the typos and mistakes, and I’m very happy to hear suggestions on how the work can be tightened up and improved.
But from the first second, the editor that was brought in to ‘save’ the book was out to impress on me that he was the professional here, he knew better than me how the book should read and sound (despite having zero Breslov tendencies and even being mildly ‘anti’ a lot of the deeper kabbalistic ideas being expressed in the book) - and that me and my opinions were basically surplus to requirements.
Dear reader, I did so much hitbodedut about what was going on, and how I was feeling about it all, because I know I have an ego, and I know that having two writers working on one project is always tricky.
But until Alizah’s comment, I hadn’t realized just how poisonous and toxic working with this person really was for me, and just how problematic that man’s approach to life - and to me! - actually is.
He didn't say one nice word to me the whole time.
The last two weeks, I have been inexplicably moody, miserable and on a trigger-hair with my husband and kids. I have been feeling like my writing absolutely sucks. I have been feeling so lowly and pointless - which is all helpful, and from God, I know - but because I didn’t know where all this stuff was coming from, I literally started to think I was going a bit mad.
Shabbat, I did a six hour prayer-a-thon to try to get the cloud to lift a bit, and to figure out what was going on and why I’d run out of energy, hope, and the will to live.
I didn’t realize it then, but now I can see 100% what just happened:
I got tangled up with someone who was out to prove their own ‘brilliance’ at my expense; who went over my head to the sponsor every single time we had a disagreement where right was on my side; who continually and consistently trashed and belittled all the hard work and effort me and my husband had put into the book; and who clearly has a lot of work to do on their bad middot.
The whole thing just reminded me again of how awful these types of people really are for the mental and physical health of those around them.
It’s been so long so I got blind-sided by a full-on narcissist that I’d almost forgotten how they suck out all your will to live and leave you so moody and lost in the world because interacting with them is just one big competition to prove to you how terrible you are, and how great they are.
And in the meantime, now that the penny has dropped, I am feeling so much happier and healthier again.
So if you’re having a bizarre chronic health issue, or some bizarre mood fluctuations and a feeling like life is not worth living, take it back to God and ask Him to show you which poisonous individuals in your environment may by sparking off the problem.
Because for sure, you’ll find them.
Now that Purim is just about over (although I seem to be having a bunch of 'upside-down' experiences in my own life at the moment, but that's a post for another time) - it's time to plan ahead a bit for Pesach.
No, I don't mean cleaning the house and hoovering the car (although clearly there has to be some time found for that stuff too, between here and March 30th - seder night!).
I'm talking about picking up a copy of '49 Days', my interactive journal for self-development that sets out a meaningful and useful exercise to do for each of the 49 days of counting the Omer - which begins after nightfall on March 31st.
And guess what? Amazon is doing a really cheap promotion on the book right now - I have no idea why - so you can get it for the bargain basement price of $4.43 - for a real, live paperback!
So strike while the iron is hot, and get pick up your copy HERE.
Before you know it, Pesach will be upon us. So quick, go order this while you still have 5 minutes for a bit of surfing before you have to knuckle down and clean all that stuff away from behind the fridge.
Continuing with the FAQs I've been getting about Rav Eliezer Berland, one of my correspondents sent back this, which I want to reproduce here because it really shows how the yetzer hara is fooling upright, God-fearing individuals into speaking, believing and spreading lies.
Thank you for your response. [To the question about the Breslov 'beis din''s psak against Rav Berland and his community.]
Thank you for your response, as it’s giving me an opportunity to demonstrate just how deceitful, and conniving the people who are persecuting Rav Berland actually are.
You are obviously well-versed in the Halachot of Beis Din, so you must know that it’s against halacha for:
1) A judge to judge a case where he has a clear personal interest, or stated bias
2) To judge a case based on the evidence of only one side of things.
[Name #1] appeared on stage at a rally against Rav Berland that was held in Bet Shemesh last year, and was organised by Rav Berland’s main group of persecutors within Breslov.
He’s known as an opponent of the Rav, and is clearly unfit, halachically, to ‘judge’ any matter involving Shuvu Banim or Rav Berland.
[Name #2] also appeared onstage in Bet Shemesh, and is also a known, long-time opponent of Rav Berland within Breslov, and again is consequently unfit, halachically, to ‘judge’ any matter involving him fairly.
None of the men in the ‘beis din’ convened by the Rav’s opponents sit on a beis din anywhere else; none of the usual, known Breslov poskim who give psak halacha were involved in this beis din, or were asked to be involved in this beis din.
Why not? This is a huge matter, after all, and not something that should be left to amateurs with no experience of judging on beis din.
How can a beis din ‘judge’ anyone without hearing both sides of the story? Rav Berland was not called to this beis din, he gave no evidence to it.
This ‘beis din’ contravened halacha in the two very serious ways set out above, at the very least.
I’m so sorry that someone as obviously refined and God-fearing as yourself has had the wool pulled over your eyes, because these are not ‘uninterested parties with no axe to grind’ and the ‘beis din’ they convened contravened a number of very important Halachot and made a mockery of the Shulchan Aruch.
Lastly, as I noted previously, two statements were fraudulently combined - this so-called ‘beis din’ statement, and a previous statement made about R’ Kramer that had nothing whatsoever to do with Shuvu Banim and Rav Berland, and that was signed by a number of genuine gedolim and God-fearing people.
This is not a new tactic, and it’s been used by the people persecuting Rav Berland and his community on many occasions before.
I’m very pleased you gave me the opportunity to help clear this up, as God forbid they should continue to make anyone else stumble in such damaging ways.
What’s really going on here?
This same process has been playing out for more than five years already, and each time it happens again, it’s giving more of the people who believed all the baseless slander and lies about Rav Berland in the past another chance to come to their senses and make teshuva.
Here’s how it works:
Rav Berland’s opponents within Breslov, particularly centred within Meah Shearim, cook up some new sort of contrived beis din scandal against the Rav and his Shuvu Banim community, either by:
What happens next:
You can basically split this into three reactions:
1) People who already have a personal animus against Rav Berland and his community, including figures within Breslov, the secular authorities and the media immediately seize on this ‘evidence’, puff it up, add more lurid (and completely falsified….) details and splash it all over the place.
2) ‘Neutral’ observers who unfortunately believe and accept lashon hara, or who are naïve enough to believe that everything they read online, and everything they are told by other people must be 100% true, believe these lies and start passing it off as ‘fact’ to others - in direct contravention of Jewish law.
3) Other observers who are aware of the laws of lashon hara, and / or who are aware that many people have an enormous vested interest in portraying orthodox rabbis and orthodox Judaism as ‘bad’ who either:
a) Keep their mouth shut and reserve judgment, as they don’t have enough first-hand information to really know what the truth is.
b) Fight against these lies with all their strength, as they have the core information required to make an informed judgment about what is actually going on here.
Analysing the latest smear campaign against the Rav
If you look through every single instance of a new slander being manufactured against Rav Berland and his community, you will see that people uniformly react in one of these three ways.
And so it is with this latest smear.
The Rav’s opponents convened a false beis din, put out a statement condemning the Rav and his community, and then spread that via their usual channels, including posting up statements on the walls of Meah Shearim, and getting the word out there via their established network of haters.
Next, misguided people like my correspondent unwittingly started spreading this false propaganda all over the place, adding more fuel to the fire.
Next, a real beis din, real rabbis, came out with a psak condemning the original mockery of a statement from the false beis din:
And then, the Rav’s own students - including such luminaries as Rav Shalom Arush, Rav Ofer Erez and Rav Shmuel Stern also put out a statement condemning the latest slander and falsehood:
The whole ‘case’ against Rav Berland was built on lies like this.
And each time it happens again, it gives the unwitting ‘neutral observers’ in group 2 the chance to make some real teshuva, and to admit that they were wrong, duped, mislead.
Volume II of One in a Generation will set out the whole story in far more detail, but in the meantime, I just wanted to dissect this latest smear, so you can see how the Rav’s opponents have been operating over the last 5-6 years in real time.
But the truth is starting to come out!
And I really hope that after this latest episode, more people will realize how they’ve been deliberately mislead by some very unsavory characters both within and without Breslov, and make whatever teshuva they need to make.
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