The Covid-19 Vaccination – The Abomination of Desolation?

Please, if you will, try to connect the dots between all of these prophetic scriptures in the Holy Bible….. do it for the life of you.

ch. 24 {1611 KJV Bible}

15 When yee therefore shall see the abomination of desolation, spoken of by Daniel the Prophet, stand in the holy place, (who so readeth, let him vnderstand.)
16 Then let them which be in Iudea, flee into the mountaines.
17 Let him which is on the house top, not come downe, to take any thing out of his house:
18 Neither let him which is in the field, returne backe to take his clothes.
19 And woe vnto them that are with child, and to them that giue sucke in those days.
20 But pray yee that your flight bee not in the winter, neither on the Sabbath day: 21 For then shall be great tribulation, such as was not since the beginning of the world to this time, no, nor euer shall be.
22 And except those dayes should be shortned, there should no flesh be saued: but for the elects sake, those dayes shall be shortned.

AYIN-BET (The 72 Names of God) ~Reflections #15. HEY RESH YUD – Guardian angel, Hariel – PURIFICATION

How many times have we thought, “I should have seen it coming”? Our lives are often full of heartache and problems simply because we failed to really “see” the situation confronting us. But suppose we could foresee all the…

Kabbalah teaches that ten “curtains” are implanted in our consciousness, limiting our ability to perceive the true reality. As a result, we fail to judge situations accurately. We may get ourselves involved in a relationship, confident that we’ve made the right decision, but it turns out to be the worst mistake of our life. Business opportunities that appear lucrative at the outset become financial black holes.
Likewise, situations that initially appear hopeless can be blessings in disguise.
Lacking the ability to see the long-term consequences of short-term decisions, we have a maddening tendency toward misjudgment.
Before entering into a marriage, a business partnership, or any new venture, we can utilize this Name to ascertain whether trouble awaits us ten to fifteen years down the road.

You have the power of clear vision and foresight in every part of your life. The blindfolds are removed. You grasp the cause-and-effect relationship that governs all reality. Your life choices and actions are motivated by ultimate results, not momentary illusions. You see more through your eyes; you perceive more through your mind’s eye; you feel more through your intuition.

AYIN-BET (The 72 Names of God) ~Reflections #50. DALED NUN YUD – Guardian angel, Daniel – “The Symbol of Mercy”



|~Reflections from Michael Berg (2019) “Experiencing the Light of the Creator” @

When we discuss transforming our selfish Desire to Receive for the Self Alone into a Desire to Share, we are talking about expanding our vessel so that we can receive a purer version of the Light. The purer our vessel is, the purer the Light we can receive. In other words, the less Desire to Receive for the Self Alone that we have, the less veiled the Light needs to be for us to experience it.

When someone prays but doesn’t feel the Light, it is not necessarily that they aren’t connecting to the Light. More likely, they are making a connection to the Light, but by the time it goes through all the layers it needs to go through to get to them, they only feel a small amount of it. Likewise, there isn’t a lack of Light, but that person is so far removed from it, the Light has to become darker and darker to come into their vessel. This is true of any spiritual connection a person makes.

Book of Zohar
Vayetze (“And he went out”)
(2) “Seven vanities”

13. Sitrei Torah (Secrets of the Torah). “And the sun also rises, and the sun goes down” (Kohelet 1:5). Why did King Solomon begin his book of wisdom with this? Rabbi Elazar said that King Solomon based his book upon the seven Vanities upon which the world is established. The pillars and foundations that sustain the world are called ‘vanities,’ for just as the body cannot endure without vanity (also: ‘breath’), so the world cannot endure without these vanities mentioned by King Solomon. And these are seven, as it is written, “Vanity of vanities, says Kohelet, vanity of vanities; all is vanity” (Ibid. 2). Altogether, there are seven.

14. You may say that, if this be so, the world is sustained on precious pearls. Yet elsewhere it is written of evil vanities that cause the destruction of the universe, as in, “this is vanity and an evil disease” (Kohelet 6:2), and “This…is vanity and harmful spirit” (Ibid. 4). Assuredly this is so. Although these seven vanities are holy and necessary for the existence of the world, there are corresponding vanities from which every judgment in the world radiates. These other vanities punish men and correct them, so they will walk the path of righteousness. They are called ‘a vanity in which there is [an] evil disease,‘ and ‘a vanity which is striving after wind.’ And they maintain the world because they ensure that men tread the path of righteousness in fear of the Holy One, blessed be He. Therefore, there are many vanities that spread from these seven.