Friday, September 12, 2014

A word to the naysayers: In Poland they knew about Chai Elul being יום הולדת שני המאורות הגדולים long ago














I know what you'll say, but I still post this.

12 comments:

yitzchok said...

"I know what you'll say, but I still post this"

What will "we" say?

I speak for myself and tell you very honestly that it means nothing to me.
What difference does it make when theyh were born?

חתת ייד said...

Maybe they also beleive in the גניזה החרסית... Even r yehoshea mondahine when i asked him about these things..

Fact Checker said...

what did Mondshine answer you?

Yanover said...

Yitzchok, its a Gezeira shava.

Tzimel said...

Don't forget also the Maharal
http://he.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D7%9E%D7%94%D7%A8%22%D7%9C_%D7%9E%D7%A4%D7%A8%D7%90%D7%92

Fred said...

Who are they talking about?

חתת ייד said...

I have spoken to rav moonshine many times over the years and he knows chabad history very well( and all history)...
1) about the מחלקת of kametz or segol on גשם he went to war
2) the baal shem tov was born from רוח as stated in שנחי הבעשט
3) but on 18 elul and g harsinot he stuttered and said thats our beleif

Bitul giet said...

So that means that Reb Yehoshoye zol zien gezunt.. has bitul to the Rebiem...

An ailemesher said...

When was this sefer printed?

leo said...

HT, wasn't this written after Chabad publicized it?

Anonymous said...

What is the date of the publication of the sefer? Before or after 1943?

YT Sheini

Bucher HaZetzer said...

An ailemesher said...
"When was this sefer printed?"
Printed twice....
Before War 2 and after..