Dreaming of Moshiach

Sunday, March 11, 2007

Dreams about Geula and Tchiat HaMetim

Thursday nite, Dina had an amazing dream. She found herself in a large cementary and saw a man with a stick in hand, tapping on graves, 3 taps on the right and 3 taps on the left. While observing this, he kept going to various graves and continued tapping.

All of a sudden, when she looked up, she saw a gigantic bear that gave a very loud roar. The loud roar caused the dead to awaken - and those whose grave was tapped on resurrected.

In the morning, Dina called her sister to tell her the dream. The sister told her she also had a weird dream: She saw her father in the dream, alive. He passed away 50 years ago at the age of 25 but in the dream, he looked much older, like 60 years old. She asked him "Aba, is that you?" and he replied, "Of course it's me, my daughter". She asked him why he looks older than 25 years old, and he replied "The Mitzvot in Olam Haze gives the person the look of age".

Then, Dina spoke with her daughter to tell her the dreams and the daughter also had a dream. In the dream, she saw many people and they were separated into groups, each group was a family unit. They knew the end of this Olam has approached and many family members were yelling at the 1 or 2 surviving member why he/she didn't warn them to do Teshuva. But it was too late...

Dina called a Mekubal to get a deeper understanding of the dreams and the Mekubal said that the Geula and Tchiat HaMetim (resurrection) is very very close, closer than we imagined...

Perek-Shira: The Bear says 'Let the wilderness and its cities lift up their voice,the villege that Kedar inhabits,let the inhabitants of the rocks sing,let them shout from the peaks of the mountains.Let them give honour to G-D,and tell His praise in the islands (Isaiah 42:11-12)"

The bear is cited in the Torah as a symbol of tremendous anger: “I will meet them like a bear bereft of her cubs, and I will tear open their closed hearts...” (Hoshea 13,8).




והיה השם למלך על כל הארץ, ביום ההוא יהיה השם אחד - ושמו אחד ישתבח שמו לעד לנצח נצחים בכל העולמות Blessed is His name for eternity in all worlds אין עוד מלבדו