by Rabbi Yosef Mizrachi
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[Transcribed from the Youtube video by Tara Carreon]
[Rabbi Yosef Mizrachi] The Holocaust: Where is Yacov? Is he here? Ah, he's outside. If somebody can call him, ask him for the passport of the Nazi person. Okay. Shhhh. Shhh. When we read in the Torah -- Shhhh! -- When we read inside the Torah, this is what the [inaudible] is speaking about, it's telling the Jews -- I have an entire lecture about the Holocaust. I try never to go into. Do you have the passport with the Nazi?
[Yacov] Yeah, it's in my car.
[Rabbi Yosef Mizrachi] Bring it, please. So, I always try not to get into it because there's a lot of emotion involved in it. After the last experience I had, I spoke in Israel in [inaudible] of Tel Aviv. Over there there's a neighborhood called Tel [inaudible] over there. So we spoke about this subject, and there was a woman that her father and her mother, and I guess some other relatives, passed away. So she started to scream. I say to myself, "I'm going to do my best never to go into this subject."
It's not the subject today, but this is what the Torah is telling the Jews. "If you're not going to behave in the right way," God forbid, "one day what's going to happen, you're going to have a holocaust."
Where does it say it in the text? Let me first translate the text:
[Hebrew] "Ashem told Moshe"
[Hebrew] "You're going to your world to come with your fathers"
[Hebrew] "And this nation will rebel against me, and go after different gods"
[Hebrew] "That he is going to live in that place"
[Hebrew] "is going to leave me. And what's close to 80% intermarriage, and leaving the Shabbat, leaving the Torah, leaving the Mitzvot," and many other things that happened in Europe just before the holocaust start.
So the Torah said, "They are going to leave me. They are going to ignore my covenant that I made with them. And I'm going to be very angry in that time at the Jews at them. I am going to leave them. I'm going to close my face, my eyes. And they are going to have a lot of tragedies and problems."
What does it mean, "I'm going to close my eyes?" It's like, God forbid, "I'm not going to be there to watch over them!"
[Hebrew] And the Jews will say, "There's no God!"
That's why we have all these problems. And that's how they speak until this moment, a lot of the survivors, and some others.
[Hebrew] "Numeric value Germany." That's beside the point.
[Hebrew] And that's the main thing, right here. "And I'm going to hide completely from them."
It's like, God forbid, "I will dismiss myself completely."
[Hebrew] "For all the bad that they did because they left me and they turned to other gods". "Other gods" doesn't necessarily mean other gods, because there are really no other gods. It could be a statue. It could be a cause. It could be a stone. It could be different beliefs. It can be all kinds of things. But inside the text, speaking about a holocaust that is one day going to happen, the world holocaust is hidden in equal skip of 50: [Hebrew] The Holocaust, right inside the text that accidentally, or not, describing it in details.
I want to tell you a story that I just heard from Yacov yesterday. Here is the original passport of a Nazi soldier. I can put it in front of the camera so you can see. It's an original copy with colors of an authentic passport from Germany. I'm trying to locate the date here. I think yesterday I saw that it was 1940 something. But what does this passport have to do with our lecture tonight? It's very simple: The Nazis used to burn the synagogues, and burn the Torah. Some of them they just stole, and they put in museums later on. Some of them they just destroyed on the floor. And one Nazi took the Torah, and cut a piece from the Torah -- this is the piece he cut -- he cut a piece from the Torah and he made it a cover to his passport. So he took it and he made a cover for his passport, like this. This is an original copy of what he did, like this.
Later, when he died, before he died, he gave it to his son. And he told him, "If you know any Jew, find a Jew and give it to him." And he went and gave it to one of the ambassadors in Germany. If he's an Israeli or Jew, I don't know exactly who he was. And he gave it to Rav Grossman, Rav Grossman is a big rabbi in Israel near [inaudible] in the North. And when he was in Germany on a visit, the ambassador told him, "This is from a German that passed it to his son, and it got to another Jew, and we're giving it to you. We don't know what to do with that." Rav Grossman received it, the original. He has the original in his hand. And he came with the original one here to Long Island. Yacov knows. He can tell you if he wants. He can give you the details. And they made copies of this.
And when we look at the parts that the Nazi cut from the Torah, accidentally or not, and I'm going to translate to you:
"If you're going to be in the exile, your enemies will be after you, because you did not keep the words of this Torah that is written in this book. You did not fear your God, your respectable God, the Great God. And God punished you and your children, very strong punishment. And all the bad ran after you, because you did not keep the words of this Torah. And God send a nation after you to destroy you, and only very few of you will survive."
On one page, the entire holocaust. From the entire 304,000 letters, he count 100 letters, the only 100 letters that describe what happened to the Jews in Germany. He cut it, and he doesn't know Hebrew, you know. Who made him cut if he decided to cut? His scissors went to the place that describes the holocaust, and he cut it out. And sixty years later, it got into the hands of one of the important rabbis in Israel. Unbelievable!
I think that's enough. But I want to add one last thing here. You know, there is one slide, I took it off the lecture because some people take it too personal about the holocaust. I don't see any survivors here, so I can bring it verbally right now. There is a page that is speaking about the holocaust. If you put the word "Adolf Hitler," it finds it in the same chapter in equal skip. "Adolf Eichmann": same chapter. "Rudolf Hess": same chapter. "The final solution": in the same chapter. "Zyklon gas": in equal skip in the same chapter. "The Holocaust." Many words that connect. I think if I remember correctly, more than 30 words that connect, relate, to the Holocaust in the same chapter in equal skip. In which chapter? That's speaking about the holocaust that may happen.
Of course, there are many, many other codes that we can show from now until next year. The idea is clear. We got an idea that inside the Torah, the Creator of the World, gave us information in equal mathematical, minimal planned codes. It's not coincidence.