Dreaming of Moshiach

Tuesday, July 03, 2007

Parshat Pinchas Dream

This real dream was bestowed on my husband on Tamuz 15-16.

While sleeping, he heard people talking in the living room. He got up to investigate who are the people that are having a conversation in our living room in the middle of the night.

He saw a tremendous strong light coming from the living room, and the light was blinding and very overwhelming. He saw 10 Tzaddikim sitting around the Shabbat table. They were all dressed in white and had long beards and the light from each Tzaddik was stronger than the sun. Not being able to stand the great LIGHT, my husband sat quietly in the small hallway, between the bedroom and the living room, to hear what they were discussing.

The 10 Tzaddikim were discussing Parshat Pinchas, this week's Parsha. They said that the last stage of the development for Moshiach and Geula will begin this week Parshat Pinchas. One of the Tzaddikim said that the letter Nun needs to be removed from the word Pinchas פינחס.

One of the Tzaddikim asked what will be done with the Nun? At that moment, my husband heard footsteps and although there is no door or curtain between the hallway and the living room, he saw the Tzaddik closing a steel door between the living room and the hallway. The hallway became very dark and my husband tried opening the door but it wouldn't budge. He was unable to open the door that was not there ever before. He was unable to hear the rest of the Tzaddikim's conversation and returned to bed. A few minutes later, he got up again to try to open the door. This time, the door was transparent but he was still unable to open it or hear their conversation...

1. Pinchas, zs'l, is Eliyahu HaNavi Zachur Latov.
2. From Parshat Pinchas to Pesach is 9 months (9 months of birth pangs of Mashiach?)
3. In Hebrew, Nun means "kingdom," and in particular, the "heir to the throne - Mashiach." The "nun" is the fourteenth letter of the alef-beit, which equals "David," the progenitor of the eternal Kingdom of Israel. The heir to David is Mashiach ben David, of whom is said: "As long as the duration of the sun his name shall rule." Our Sages teach us that one of the names of Mashiach is Yinon ("shall rule"), cognate to the letter nun.




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