The Rav is not Moshiach

I am pulling this out as it’s own post.

It’s an update to the previous post, ‘Surprises in Adar‘.



So, Rav Almaliach just put out a message that he got from the Rav after the Rav’s comments to the public.

This is what he said the Rav asked him to publicise:

This is a message that the Rav asked me to publicise, and these are his words:

Since the Rav stood on the balcony last night and said he’s not Moshiach, and he disagrees with anyone who says that he’s Moshiach.

And also, since the communication I had with the Rav last night, at 1am, he repeated these words, and told me to stop with this campaign of publicising that he’s Moshiach.

And also, with regards to the party, that was meant to be organised on the first day of Purim in the olam ha tefillot, the Rav asked that I announce that the party is cancelled.


The community is asked to go back to their regular daily schedule of prayer, Torah and hitbodedut, and singing the prayers with the Rav every night at ma’ariv.

And to forget about everything that was publicised about him being Moshiach and anything that has to do with this at all.

And bezrat Hashem, we will see the geula very soon.


One of the commentators here, Avraham, kindly linked to another revelation of Moshiach from 2019 that didn’t pan out as hoped, which you can read HERE.

And before that, there were other declarations of things happening at a specific time, that at least on the surface, didn’t pan out.

The first time I experienced this, I think back in 2015, it really threw me into massive confusion and doubt for a few months.

What, I can’t rely on what the Rav is telling me about this stuff?!? How do I know what’s real and what isn’t then?! How do I know what to take seriously, and what to ignore?!


Some people even left the Shuvu community back then (also, because all the machloket was heating up then, in the press and the failed State…)

Those people all had pretty horrible middot and a lot of arrogance.

And the ‘embarassment’ of being closely associated with someone who went from being hezkat Moshiach, a massive tzaddik and miracle worker, to the awful things they were starting to say about him in the masonic-controlled press was just too much for their egos.

I understand it, I really do.


Point is – the Rav gave these ‘followers’ an easy ‘out’, and they took it.

But as for me… I kept praying on it, and praying on it some more.

And that’s when I realised how much humility I had to develop, just to stick anywhere near to the Rav.

(Especially as my kids also got caught up in the media lies, and that was probably the very hardest part of this whole thing. Not to get ‘turned against’ our kids, or them against us, because of this fundamental difference of opinion and belief.)


Do I understand what’s going on here?


No-one can understand the real level all this stuff with the Rav is operating at.

They can just make guesses.


So, my ‘guess’, for what it’s worth, is that all these repeated announcements about Moshiach and geula that are apparently going nowhere are breaking the massive klippah of the ‘false messiahs’ that have been plaguing our people for millenia.

There are ‘messianic Jews’ in Israel, lots of them, walking around today who still believe that a royal Zoroastrian convert to Judaism named ‘Izates’ (Jzases) who fought against the Romans is still ‘the Moshiach’.

And we all know about Shabtai Tzvi.

But what most people don’t understand, is that the list of ‘false messiahs’ is very, very long.

Wikipedia captures some of them HERE.


And each time, it’s the same modus operandi.

A big announcement of ‘Moshiach’, which captures the public’s attention, and for ten minutes gets them thinking about the more spiritual side of things, and about their souls.

And then…. It all fades and peters out.

And so many people then fall back away from God, because they weren’t really interested in ‘Moshiach’ for spiritual reasons, but more for all the drama, glitz and ego-stroking of being ‘on the winning team’.

This is the exact reason the Erev Rav pseudo-converted and left Egypt with the ‘winning team’ of Moshe Rabbenu, when the Exodus occurred.


There is no ‘winning team’ with the Rav.

If you stick with the Rav, all you are going to get is bizyonot from people who suspect you are in a crazy cult – and lots and lots of encouragement to pray, learn Torah and work on your bad middot.

And to make God a real, vibrant part of your life, every single day, regardless of whether ‘Moshiach is coming now’ and you are with the ‘winning team’.

That’s the real tikkun of the Erev Rav souls.


So, this is the point of Rav Almaliach’s words that I would really focus on:

The community is asked to go back to their regular daily schedule of prayer, Torah and hitbodedut, and singing the prayers with the Rav every night at ma’ariv.


This is the whole tikkun, the whole test, the whole point.

To serve God with everything we have, and not because there are big billboards announcing that ‘our Rav is Moshiach’, or Youtube channels filled with miracle stories about ‘our Rav, the Moshiach’.

As long as the Rav is encouraging me to become a more humble, more spiritual, more Jewishly-observant’ person, who thinks way more about what can I do for God instead of what should God be doing for me?



BH, as I was telling someone yesterday, the fewer ‘open miracles’ required to get us to geula, the better it’s going to be for us.

4/5 of the Jewish people died in Egypt, amidst all the ‘open miracles’ happening to redeem us.

Open miracles usually come attached to a very big price, for the people who still refuse to believe in God and His true tzaddikim.

It’s much, much better that Moshiach comes slowly plodding along, on that donkey, and that the light of Moshiach doesn’t flash down from the heavens in one big, impressive thunderclap.

But instead, spreads slowly and gently from person to person, and from home to home.

And the world gets lit up that way, instead.


3 replies
  1. Daisy
    Daisy says:

    Weird, honestly. Why would he have done that, seriously? What’s the point? Bizarre, bizarre, bizarre, biz…yonot. Crazy is more like it. Metoraf! A joke… hey, I got it: A PURIM JOKE!!!!!!!!!


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