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It is the Song of Angels that bring us home, into the Greatness that gets along. Do we need love, to rise above? Yes, bring us love that brings us all along, the laws that gets us from the rising tides, our hearts that swell and know our pride. Be that, is heard like Angels Call, we are the Rainbow Hall, where humbleness gifts life along, the path of Brotherhood. We bless the shoulders of grief befall, and send a blessings to that Great Hall, where we know tears, bring us new life, the light, that sheds all our strife. Be your color of bountifulness, the waking of the soul, that should, and we can offer wisdom here, to be the soul, that lives forever deer (journey of life). You the beloved knows good deeds,when we belong to all the leaves (relatives on the tree of life).

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Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Eighth Day (of Eight Days) of Miracles: The Festival of Lights, called Chanukah

Crystal-Indigo-children.blogspot.gifOn Tue, Dec 27, 2011 at 11:57 PM, White Buffalo Calf Woman, your Twin Deer Mother wrote:

Relatives of the Rainbow,

Hanukkah ends with the eighth day today at morning's light (darkness ends). Remember eight is the sacred walk of holiness, the path to trusting love (eternity symbol) and it's embracing for each other. We shine our inner light, to find the river of fire, within each of us, we stand here (the ninth direction), between from rainbow colors outside and four rainbow colors inside.

Religions all over the the world share part of the story of Oneness, Jews happen to be the oldest of the flesh, where intelligence leads on the red road. They go towards heaven to shine like a star in heaven to find the blue road, returning once more into the bliss of faithful devotion. We must remember, all the world carries stories of the Oneness. As the ordained people (Jews on the eastern shore of the horizon), who teach us God's laws as we walk upon the earthly world. However there is only one true law, LOVE. This law rules and reigns above all others. Through the trusting of one's heart, we remember our soul within, that guides us, remembering that we are all relatives of the deep blue of heavenly stars. This is written in the prayer cloth with the blue strand of the fringes at each corner.

The festival of lights help us to remember miracles can live in each day if we have faith and trust in forgiveness and have hope for tomorrows dreaming. We leap into evolution with our hearts seeking brotherhood and only through the actions that gift to us miracles, can we find the true path of our hearts.
Today we pray and offer each relative praise in the hopes they find the blue road, the star that shines, the soul within once again. Here inside of you, lies the perfect revelation, eternal knowledge through the songs, we find our way, into everlasting life. Now more than ever it's imperative we attend to the salvation of our hopes and dreams to endure and find our path to eternal life, we know as our souls.

The blue road of the heavenly song leads us towards the perfect unity of waters (blue road of the soul) and fires (red road of the flesh). Here the sacred mix becomes smoke, clouds and an atmospheric embrace, we call home, the blue of Mother Earth, where the lights bring to us a garden of paradise. Here is the TREE of LIFE that extends upwards and downwards to bind us together.

Let us sing this day, forever pave the way to eternal love and guidance that can bring, to us hope and dreams that fill us with everything, it's the place we need to know our waves. Help our souls relieve, the song that helps us grieve and bring our tears to shine upon the world. And through our love this day, it will pave the way into ever more, the song of what we need.

We bow down to say, we love you all the ways, to shine of light from within that guides the plates, the platters to/of yesterday, they roll around to say, we return to lift the waves again. Let us move down the path, to where it's dark at last, the blue road of heavenly stars that shine from within.

White Buffalo Calf Woman sings (christal child, peace) and Holiness David Running Eagle Shooting Star shines, love that binds (lavender child, holiness). House of David, where the Beloved Children find passageway through the house of winds!

elders of the rainbow, alightfromwithin.org, Rainbow Warriors of Prophecy

ps. On Christmas day, we had gas to run our generator for four hours, but it ran for 10 hours. We thank Great Spirit Father River of the Blue for his great miracle. Each day, we shared a miracle. But with so little, we have so much and LOVE is what we beget, abundance of overflowing LOVE.

Last day of Chanukah

The last day of Chanukah marks the end of Chanukah, also known as Hanukkah or Festival of Lights. Chanukah is an eight-day Jewish observance that remembers the Jewish people's struggle for religious freedom.

Candles are lit during the Chanukah period. ©iStockphoto.com/Anyka

What do people do?

The last day of Chanukah is the eighth day of Chanukah. It is known as Zose Chanukah, Zos Chanukah or Zot Chanukah.  It marks the day on which the great miracle of oil occurred, according to Jewish belief. It is a particularly special day because it encapsulates all of Chanukah.
Jewish communities worldwide celebrate Chanukah between the 25th day of the month of Kislev to the second day of the month of Tevet in the Hebrew calendar. Many Jewish people lighting a special Hanukkah menorah, a candelabrum with holders for eight candles, one for each day of celebration, plus a ninth, the shammash or “server”, used to light the others during Chanukah. One candle is lit on the first night, two on the second, three on the third, through to the eighth night when all are lit.

A special prayer is recited during the lighting and while the candles burn it is a time for songs and games, including the four-sided toy called dreidel. Other customs include gift-giving, especially to children, and decorating the home.

Public life

The last day of Chanukah is not a public holiday in Israel but it is the school holiday period. This event is also not a public holiday in countries such as Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom and the United States. Some Jewish schools in these countries and other countries have a vacation period that coincides with Chanukah.


Chanukah commemorates the successful rebellion of the Jewish people against the Syrians in the Maccabean War of 162 BCE, but the military associations of this festival are played down. What is really being celebrated is the survival of Judaism. After the Jewish people's victory they ritually cleansed and rededicated the Temple, then re-lit the menorah or “perpetual lamp”; hence one of the other names for this celebration, the Feast of Dedication (Hanukkah means “dedication” in Hebrew).
The story is told that although there was only enough consecrated oil to keep the lamp burning for one day and it would take eight days to get more, the small bottle of oil miraculously lasted for the entire eight days. It is for this reason that Hanukkah is also known as the Feast of Lights.


The eight-branched Chanukah menorah, or candle holder, is an important element that symbolizes the tradition of Chanukah. It relates well with why the holiday is called “the festival of lights”. The menorah is lit from the left side to the right and people say blessings when the menorah is lit. There are many different styles of the menorah – in many cases the ninth holder, known as the shammash (helper candle), is in the middle or to the left side.

The dreidel is a popular toy symbolizing the Chanukah period. It is a spinning top with a different Hebrew letter inscribed in each of its four sides – the four letters form an acronym meaning “a great miracle happened here”. Some popular songs associated with Chanukah in English-speaking countries include “Dreidel, Dreidel, Dreidel” and “Chanukah, Oh Chanukah”. Some songs in Israel include "Hanukkiah Li Yesh" ("I Have a Hanukkah Menora"), "Kad Katan" ("A Small Jug"), and "S'vivon Sov Sov Sov" ("Dreidel, Spin and Spin"). http://www.timeanddate.com/holidays/jewish/last-day-chanukah

eternalcrystalring.jpegEight Days of Chanukah with Lyrics -Hanukkah Story http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=leemhE6_ayc

The Miracle of the Eighth Day
(A Hanukkah Sermon)

by Jan Vickery Knost

First Parish in Norwell

December 9, 2001

Text: "And they celebrated the rededication of the altar for eight days. And offered burnt offerings with joy and offered a sacrifice of deliverance and praise."
The Apocrypha, 1st Book of Macabees

The Jewish Festival of Hanukkah comes so near Christmas that people want to merge its meaning with the various festivals of light that occur around the same time in the Christian calendar. Notwithstanding the wish for ecumenism, it would be a mistake for us to do so. Truth to tell, the sun does sink lower in the skies each day as we approach the Solstice; it does prompt people to find ways to hope for the sun to return to its zenith. But to mix Hanukkah's celebration with the Solstice, Christmas or Ramadan would be to miss its true meaning.

Hanukkah is a celebration of religious freedom. It commemorates the renewal and the rededication of the Temple in Jerusalem in the year 165 B.C.E.,. three years to the day after it had been profaned by the Syrian King, Antiochus Epiphanes. (IV) His purpose in desecrating that sacred altar was to insult the Jews and drive them into submission.

Let me relate the story again. Antiochus was known to his friends as "Zeus Manifest". He was a dictator. He wanted to bring Greek values to the Jews. He had already accomplished this in other parts of the world. Although he did not care about the religious practices of his peoples, he did insist that they worship the Greek god, Zeus. For the Jewish people he added other demands.

After waging war and finally conquering Jerusalem, Antiochus took firm control. First he sold the position of High Priest of the Temple to the highest bidder. When riots broke out the army was brought in to kill and plunder. The King then made the temple a place no Jew would enter by making it permissable for worshipers to sacrifice swine in praise of the Greek god, Zeus. They were also forced to eat that same meat forbidden by the Jewish Torah. Finally, Jews were forbidden to practice of circumcizing male children.

When the members of the Jewish community condemned the King's action as an abomination, he OUTLAWED the practice of Judaism, a crime punishable by death.

This is what happens when a tyrant does what he or she wishes. It's gone on down through history and it's not nice. On with our story.

In a town near Jerusalem, a Syrian officer demanded that the Jews there make the mandated sacrifice to Zeus. A village priest named Mattathais refused. He killed the officer and fled to the hills. Mattathais died an outcast in the same year of 165 B.C. But his son, Judas Maccabeus, (Who was nicknamed "The Hammer") gathered a band of rebels and began what history has come to call "The Maccabean Revolt". He defeated the general appointed by Antiochus and forced a treaty of peace. Then, on the 25th day of the month of Kislev (Which we know as the month of December), Judas rebuilt the altar of the Temple. He restored it with a Rededication and a Feast of Lights which we call......Hanukkah.

Ever since that time Jews the world over remember that occasion as a reminder of the privilege of being able to practice religious freedom. The Menorah (which holds the candles) is a symbol of the kindling of the light for eight days. And, as we have heard, the ninth candle commemorates the miracle that at the time that the celebration of eight days was ordered, only enough oil was on hand to burn for one night. Miraculously the oil lasted the entire eight days of commemoration, thus the eight blue and white candles.

Now here's what Paul Harvey calls "the rest of the story". The last days of the festival have special importance. In a book titled Jewish Days, Francine Klagsbrun gives us an insight that is a wonderful theme. Hanukkah came to be a festival that was of special importance to women.

Some Jews dedicate the eighth day of Hanukkah to a figure in the story named Judith. Legend has it that she had more courage than all the men in her town. An Apocryphal story apparently written during the Maccabean era - but set in a time centuries earlier - involved the Assyrians. King Nebuchadnezzar sent his general to conquer Judea.

Of course the Jews resisted. So he lays seige to the town. And just when the people are about to surrender, Judith steps forward. She goes to the enemy camp. There she beguiles the general into believing that she can pray to Yahweh and help the general and his troops to subdue Judea. She stays three days, leaving each night to pray. This makes the guards accustomed to her departures.

On the fourth day, the general invites her to a banquet. Since he plans to seduce her, he dismisses his servants. When he is finally drunk and asleep, Judith takes his sword . . . and hacks off his head. With the head in a sack she returns to her home and when the Assyrian army finds its general decapitated, it flees in confusion. Israel wins a great victory and Judith leads the people in dancing and singing praise to Yahweh for defeating the enemy "at the hands of a woman." (Judith 16:6)

The second admirable Biblical theme is about Hannah, daughter of Mattathias and sister of Maccabeus. The Syrians decreed that all Jewish brides must spend their wedding nights with local rulers who raped and shamed them. In rebellion at her wedding feast, Hannah stripped naked before all the guests. When her brother sought to kill her for her wantonness, she demanded that they take up arms against the Syrians to save the honor of all Jewish women. According to the legend, it was Hannah's action which sparked the Maccabean Revolt.

Finally, there is the story of Miriam. It is hard to believe that she is remembered because it was Miriam who encouraged her seven sons to die for their faith. Seven sons. But die they did when they refused to eat pork. Antiochus's men tortured and killed each one of them for this. It is written that when the youngest son's turn came, the King urged his mother, Miriam, to persuade the boy to save himself. Instead she pressed him to follow his brothers' example. Kissing him she whispered, "Say to Father Abraham, `Do not pride yourself on having built an altar and offered up your son Isaac. Our mother built seven altars and offered up seven sons in one day. Yours was only a test but hers was real." With her sons gone, Miriam died, as well. In the Apocryphal Book of Maccabees she is blessed as one "who deserves to be remembered with special honor."

These are only a few themes that are linked with the season of Hanukkah. We need to remember that the faith journey that brought liberal religion to the fore had its roots not only in the Protestant Christian tradition, but in the Judaic tradition, too. So when we celebrate and guard religious freedom we need to remember how Hanukkah serves to remind us of others who fought for it two thousand years before us. So, too, with our sisters and brothers of the Counter-Reformation which began in the 1500's.

So you see, it is not difficult to appreciate some of the more positive elements emerging out of the Judaic tradition. Art, music, poetry, literature, drama and sacrifice were themes lived again and again by our spiritual neighbors of the past.

Today we are free to doubt; to question; to argue; to resist. We recognize no ecclesiastical hierarchy that tells us to do or believe this or that regarding our religious faith. And if we look into Scripture we can find similar parallels written in an effort to describe and to understand the religious aspect of the human condition.

There is no doubt that the troubled times we are in give us no measure of quiet when the Middle East seethes with hatred, vengeance and retaliation. It is not unlike the time when sincere but misguided Christians went to the Holy Land during the Crusades in order to rid the world of the pestilence that threatened Christianity's authority. The politics of the day notwithstanding, I would urge you to accentuate the positive about the season of Hanukkah. Permit it to be another way of remembering how our spiritual mothers and fathers won religious freedom in New England in that time of theocratic autocracy in this free land. Let us remember. Let us remember - with gratitude.

I would close this venture with some lines of poetry written by my friend and colleague, the Rev. Anthony F. Perrino:

I am the Hanukkah-Christmas Spirit
That comes with the month of December:
A winter-solstice spell, perhaps,
When people forget to remember--

The drab realities of fact,
The cherished hurt of ancient wrongs,
The lonely comfort of being deaf
To human sighs and angels' songs.

Suddenly, they lose their minds
To heart's demands and beauty's grace;
And deeds extravagant with love
Give glory to the commonplace.


Rainbow Warriors of Prophecy

"When we cease walking in labor, we toil not, but live in joy, the divine presence of heaven, the soul, within does shine over living rivers of water. Let the stars shine, in the house of the throne, where kinsmen are known, and rainbow colors come home, "White Buffalo Calf Woman, your Twin Deer Mother Understands, your heart needs a command!

United Four Directions Dance, Holy Temple Commands. We are Man (kind).
Stars from the Rainbow Clan, Rejoice, I say, Rejoice! 


Wednesday, December 21, 2011

(donate to the) HOUSE OF DAVID a response to JEWS of the Chabad

Greetings Chabad Hasidism and Relatives of the Lights,
Man is learning to be kind, but gifting is not one of their strong suit. This is the House of David, White Buffalo Calf Woman your Twin Deer Mother and Holiness David Running Eagle Shooting Star your Father Red Hand.

WE gift to the world every day, but there is no one in the world who can answer questions like we can. We are the living prophecy, the world has been waiting for. We carry the arc of the covenant, the rainbow promise and back this up with mathematical calculations that prove all we share. And it's the Jews who share inherit this knowledge when it is given to those of pure hearts, those true to the Covenant. I (White Buffalo Calf Woman, christal child, only one color of the rainbow clan) am here to answer all the questions people ask. We gift everything away for free, but only need people to ask their questions. We are here to share, but the value of gifting is not noticed by those who think value is something you pay for. We know the greatest gifts are freely given. The difference between us, is that you pay for even the Jews to help out around there, instead of them giving freely. WE are sorry that you are not recognized for your great attributions, but suffering is what we do/dew/cling to, when we share love with the world.

The prophecies are coming true, yet few look for answers in these trying times. The red calf and the white calves are born, yet people do not look for those who come to cleave to the Oneness of God.

Recently we received Jewish hate crimes, because we live on the streets with the Star of David shown on our Motorhome, helping all we can who come our way, locally on foot traffic (knock on our door) and world wide via the internet (knock on our email). We gather on the hoops (elliptical orbital path, relativity) with Rainbow Warriors of Prophecy. We went to the local Jewish center and this is how I was treated.

First and foremost the building was locked and we had to go through an armed guard to get in. The building was a newly built Housing Complex that houses many Jews and their families. We even met a man who was a former neighbor. Who he himself, would not gift an old TV antennae, when we were neighbors many years ago, he wanted $40.00 for it. Holiness David refused for that price we could have gotten one brand new, but he did not know how to give-a-way. So instead he put it in the trash instead of giving it away to his neighbor, the real JEW, the House of David.  He had a Jewish Name, and thought he was a Jew, but in fact he was not Jewish at all, not even by lineage or any other way, as many claim to be, the ordained JEWs. Yet he had a job at the new Jewish center. When I was there, I was seeking help locally regarding the hate crimes we were receiving. What people did, about nine or so of them, is when they walked by me, asked me if I had been helped, then walked away. But the person who I was waiting for, just left me there to wait. In other words, I was given lip service and not one person actually helped me. In fact, I didn't see one actual Jew (12 sun lineage present). All had paid jobs. All who were there, were there only for a pay check or paid a fee to be there for housing. No one actually cared about each other.

I had to pray, cry and walk away (because none clung to us with love), from still more suffering even with so much abundance around, because the sadness overwhelmed them. I had to purify the entire arena milieu (protected even by guards,who had not a clue how to protect space, through prayers). Jews are still not forgiving, nor are they really helping each other out in times of need. Today, Holiness David found an article about a world class violinist who spent a few hours playing a 3 million dollar violin freely to the Washington D.C. Metro Subway station. Not one person stopped to listen to him (except children who were dragged away) and he received $32.00 in his open container of donations. Yet he recently played for $100.00 a seat, for a great venue. When he gave it away, it had no value to the people. But when he sold his gifts, he made millions. This is the unfortunate times we live in.

From 2004 to this year 2011 we received four thousand dollars in donations (most given to us by Grandmother Comfort in the Wind and her family, we are able to have some food this year), and that's way below poverty in USA and especially the San Francisco Bay Area (anyone try living on this in the USA, you simply can't). We have little or no food, clothes, water, heat, electricity or safety (police even gift to us hate and discrimination, which is against the law, but little has changed), even when there is a large Jewish Center with great abundance only one block away. We don't even have candles for the Menorah. But because Jews tend to break every law conceivable (they have not forgiven), we know they are not sharing the hearts of man or bringing the laws of God to mankind, but instead walk in separation, rather than in unity. We the House of David (beloved children of the rainbow) celebrate the miracle each and every day. Our abundance relies on LOVE, the LAW.

Chabad says they use only 2% for administrative fees, but from what kind of budget. There is so much hidden. Much forgiveness is needed to be shared together for each other. We will spend another Holiday without fuel, clothing, maybe not even lights (electricity) or even food, because giving away is not the nature of man, but is the nature of heaven. Heaven is on it's way, in a big wave and prophecy is alive, to those who listen to all that lies upon our hearts, our feelings that enlighten us or doom us. We bow to the world and pray the humble hearts will hear our call, for it's time, for true brotherhood to reign.

Chabad gives away knowledge freely and abundantly and thus, you find yourself, without in times of need. These times will continue, because prophecy is living and coming forth. The whole break down of money is about to be shown to the world. Yet, we all deny our own hearts as well as the prophecies and we do not heal our very neighbors, whom we have been waiting for a millennium; brotherhood. This is the House of David (beloved children of the rainbow clan, the house of winds stand), who gift away, all knowledge freely to those who come to receive. Yet few can receive all knowledge when it's given freely and without a fee. We sing the songs that live in the winds, know answers that only the ark of the covenant can share, for the next phase of evolution.

I share this letter with you today, to show you, there is a new way, brotherhood. But learning to shift from money to the golden coin of brotherhood and the great give-a-way, is not known as of yet. I even wonder if anyone will read this email, two persons will, but it will be shuffled away, instead of passed on. However I will be posting this as a blog and it will be shared world wide with others who can receive. How do I know these answers, because I asked and received the answers. I read all the book of life/s, for each being seen or unseen and this frightens people, when they have so much to hide from (their sins). I am a christal child (White Buffalo Calf Woman), the house of David, who brings the greatest gifts freely to the world (the arc/ark of the covenant), which the Jews will someday, carry and teach the world over.

Here is what we can offer, answers for those who ask at Chabad.Org. Interpretations to ceremonies, traditions and meanings to all that is known. For what is sown, has been lost in translations and in here-say (heresy). We know that you have tried to share, what knowledge there is around our times to the people world wide who are able to receive from you. This can help you, as more and more come because of this living prophecy. But it's up to you to cling to true brotherhood. We will await to hear from our relatives.

Here is an example of a blog posted, Happy Hanukkah 2011.

WE have interpreted the meaning of the Dridel and the Menorah. This is part of the blog posting.

White Buffalo Calf Woman interprets 
(the menorah seven lights of the oil lamp and channukiah for the nine candle candelabrum)
7 seven days of light (a realm, violet, mountain top, all around), then one day sown, the eight 8th day, holiness/wakan (lavender, gate into paradise, love), when there was a storm and yet (faith and love led us through), the 9 ninth candle is known (magenta), where the light shows is blown (blowing, sowing, the greatest light show), the rainbow bridge is grown (all the rainbow clan flowing). We bless the sacred nine directions, we bow to the horn (ring free brotherhood and all the trees of life). Let our voices be known. We are one family, one beloved rite (here/hear we stand), one house of Judah (house of winds), that lead the entire house (all of the beloved leaves on the united tree of life).

(note: In commemoration of this event Hanukkah is celebrated for eight days and a candle is lit on the hanukkiyah on each of those days. One candle is lit the first night, two the second, and so on, until the final night when all the candles are lit. Each of the eight candles is lit with a “helper” candle known as the shamash. The shamash is lit first, is used to light the other candles, and then is returned to the ninth candle spot, which is set apart from the others. "Here I stand uniting heaven with earth, through dance and song, the great caretaker, the magenta color/child, the rainbow bridge dances along. "Shammes" (in Yiddish) or "Shamash" (in Hebrew) Here is the helper who grinds the song and dance, to bring us towards the lights of the realm." White Buffalo Calf Woman sings Rainbow clan cleaves to the covenant upon this land, let the lights shine a miracle is real, for God-brotherhood does heal.)

We have added the Chabad.Org Holiday Alert at the bottom of the blog post to assist in spreading the word of Judaism. But it will take a dedicated person of the soul, who wants profound change to occur in the world. What we say, carries great weight around the world. What God gifts is abundantly sure. It is already written in our hearts. If we continue to deny prophecy, the lights of the menorah will carry no meaning to the entire world. The story only speaks of eight candles, yet, there are nine candles. We trust our hearts, but don't understand the meaning of our own heart. The Ninth candle represents the flowing of the rainbow colors that are showing, where we stand upon that hill, we praise God's coming, abundance that falls down and bows to God's ONENESS. We are brotherhood and it's upon us all.

We gift love and help spread the word of the coming of the dawning, BROTHERHOOD, between ALL NATIONS. We suffer for LOVE, the only law that matters.

your devoted servants,
Twin Deer Mother (White Buffalo Calf Woman, christal child) and
Father Red Hand (Holiness David Running Eagle Shooting Star, lavender child)
elders of the rainbow, who give every thing away . . . to those who can receive our love

(donate to the) HOUSE OF DAVID
alightfromwithin.org, rainbow warriors of prophecy

ps. you want to donations in this uncertain weather, then work together, unite with brothers!

White Buffalo Calf Woman interprets G-d.
G-d (g utterance, ah heavenly -arriving soon-, d transmission). Jews know, heaven has yet to arrive, but prophecy helps them realize, the heaven reigns and sustains, where waves will heal all our pains.  

The house of winds, where David reigns comes home to sheen upon the window panes, to envision with hope is not 'no dope' (ridiculed), but true to the dreaming (much rope, tided together, the sacred vines of the Jews), that leads and wheels, one circle that heals. Welcome to the arc/ark of the covenant, the rainbow promise, we of one land, Mother Earth stands.

The Prophet Daniel wrote very clearly about the rise and fall of kingdoms and their relation to Israel. He spoke of men by name, hundreds of years before their birth, before their kingdoms even existed. He also told of the events that bring us the Festival of Hanukkah (lights or rainbow colors), the "Miracle of Lights".

On Tue, Dec 20, 2011 at 12:31 PM, Chabad.org wrote:


    With the end of the 2011 tax year looming while we joyously enter the Chanukah holiday, we at Chabad.org turn to you with a mixture of both pride and pleading:

    Thank G-d, we have been privileged to provide a wide range of life-affirming services this year to more than 20 million(!) people across the globe. From how-to tutorials to personal spiritual guidance to coping tips during these turbulent economic times to deep engagement with timeless texts, the Chabad.org website "home" has been open always to all who seek, and our staff has been available 'round the clock. PLEASE DONATE!

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    Please help us out generously -- in true Chanukah spirit! -- with a tax-deductible year-end donation to help us close out the year on proper footing. Help us light up the world! Consider: Less than 2% of the Chabad.org budget is spent on administrative costs. Everything else is applied directly to serving the global Jewish community.

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"When we cease walking in labor, we toil not, but live in joy, the divine presence of heaven, the soul, within does shine over living rivers of water. Let the stars shine, in the house of the throne, where kinsmen are known, and rainbow colors come home, "White Buffalo Calf Woman, your Twin Deer Mother Understands, your heart needs a command!

United Four Directions Dance, Holy Temple Commands. We are Man (kind).
Stars from the Rainbow Clan, Rejoice, I say, Rejoice! 


Monday, December 19, 2011

Happy Hanukkah 2011

Happy Hanukkah,
Here we flow in the open window, where we envision all that is great in the snow. Here we flow, here we grow where the seed opens all the doors. Here we sow, great big toes, walking tall and forth. Growing wild, with a smile, having faith God knows which door (crystal child).  And we find all that slime, only needs a blessing with wine (jubilation), fill my eyes and my soul to be (dream) happy and to grow.

White Buffalo Calf Woman sows, the heavenly open doors. Here we stand, the rainbow clan, leaning on love in the wind. And my soul beckons all the toes, House of David (beloved) grows, overflows. Here our love waits for thee, those who bow with the heart of liberty!

Holiness (King) David Running Eagle shines upon the Shooting Star, lead us home upon the throne, where we are kingsmen each and every one. If we bow and we praise, then the promise will show her (soul) rays. And we become the raging suns, who come forth upon the new land.

King David (root of David is the house of Judah): Judah, your brothers shall praise you (those who share together, breaking bread); your hand shall be on the neck of your enemies (my brother come on in, thine is the glory forever and ever); your father's suns shall bow down to you (for thine is the kingdom of God, the utterance of the heavenly transmission, where the sacred bow brings us all together, as the rainbow clan, the arc/ark of the covenant, the rainbow promise). Judah is a lion's whelp (littlest is the wisest soul); from the prey/pray my son you have gone up (ascended now to descend one again to find the soul in the midst). He couches, he lies down as a lion and as a lion, who dares rouse him up? The scepter shall not depart from Judah, nor the rulers staff from between his feet until Shiloh (messianic title where the land is divided equally among all brothers of all nations) comes and to him shall be thee obedience of the peoples (one law, the law of love that binds heaven to earth). He ties his foal to the vine (we are bonded together by vines, all relatives of the rainbow, the foal is representative of the soul, Jew is an intermittent signal and Sioux is a constant signal, together there is language and sharing at the horizon, we are kinsmen of the rainbow clan), and his donkey colt to the choice vine (wiser than the soul, the eldest is ever bold, the branch that reaches out, a returning back to the soul, into the darkness and heavenly stars, those who bow touch all the children of the rainbow); he washes his garments in wine and his robes in the blood of grapes (this is violet, or faith, grapes are the fruit of the intertwining vines, through faith our spirits return to flight of our souls). His eyes are dull from wine (one need not see but sea, the envisioning of dreams, let our hearts flow), his teeth white from milk (calcium allows a flux of intersection of passing by in unity, harmony in movement, here our smiles are shown, because inside the bones are perfect cavities, where red blood cells are born, the crystalline stars who offer life, the oxygen that was transferred twice, an exchange was known and born, a gift, life, hooray to the kingdom of God's rays).

elders of the rainbow on the hoops of the universe,
Grandfather Holy Spirit (white/star child), Grandmother Comfort in the Wind (gray child),
White Buffalo Calf Woman (christal child) and Holiness David Running Eagle Shooting Star (lavender child)
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Grandmother Comfort in the Wind sings last night in our dreams...speaking to all the children,
"When you get lost" in the hoops of the universe, sing this;

    Separate hooves for separate grooves.
    Bring them home in the storm.
    We are bound to where is sound.
    Make my heart go all around! 

The promise of the rainbow, the arc/ark of the covenant
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those of  many nations, the beloved children of the rainbow, there is where we stand united as ONE land, blowing through the house of winds, the House of David stands, the beloved clansmen.

White Buffalo Calf Woman interprets
7 seven days of light (a realm, violet, mountain top, all around), then one day sown, the eight 8th day, holiness/wakan (lavender, gate into paradise, love), when there was a storm and yet (faith and love led us through), the 9 ninth candle is known (magenta), where the light shows is blown (blowing, sowing, the greatest light show), the rainbow bridge is grown (all the rainbow clan flowing). We bless the sacred nine directions, we bow to the horn (ring free brotherhood and all the trees of life). Let our voices be known. We are one family, one beloved rite (here/hear we stand), one house of Judah (house of winds), that lead the entire house (all of the beloved leaves on the united tree of life).

Oh Chanukah Oh Chanukah

twindeermother We bless the sacred nine directions, the arc/ark of the covenant, the bowing of the sacred family the rainbow clan. Thank you relatives for sharing this song, our hearts feel the waves of sin gone by, but still we forge forth with faith, once again, it's time to sing! We bow, we bless the sacred nine directions, for all of mankind, the rainbow clan!

THE DREIDL SONG with Lyrics- I Had A Little Dreidl

White Buffalo Calf Woman Interprets, Jew, house of david /Sioux, house of lakota

I had a dreidl and made it out of sand and when I tried to spin it, it crumbled out of my hand.
- (sand is the times of the hourglass, the crystalline stones of many splendid colors, not contained, but blowing in the winds, diversity) 

I had a dreidl and made it out of air and when I tried to spin it, it simply wasn't even there.
- (air is where the souls linger together, our spirits are not to be cast out, but sown together, the seeds of brotherhood, we can't grasp it, but we can breath it together, breathren one land of God's kingdom)

I had a dreidl and made it out of mud and when I tried to spin it, it stained my Mother's rug.
- (mud is water and clay, often flowing away, washing away of our sins, we are many splendid hues of the Rainbow Mother, each child, each rainbow color, she knows all the stains and forgives us within, where we walk, the rug/rungs/intertwined of our lives) 

I had a dreidl and made it out of stone and when I tried to spin it, it nearly broke my bones.
- (stone is the crystalline sun, the child who gifts lessons, in order to find your great treasures, but these are not easy to receive and learn and takes a great measure of love to overcome, because we suffer to know of love)

I had a dreidl and made it out of tin and when I tried to spin it, it simply wouldn't spin.
- (tin is a crystalline metal that cracks easily, but also with stands the elements that flow or glow through, it does not spin, but holds close to standing still, to protect each other, brothers and sisters who share and dare to bee a living dream) 

I had a dreidl and made it out of clay and when I tried to spin it, Oh dreidl I shall play.
- (clay is red, where the law is love on the red road, where rainbow colors spin together over the rainbow bridge, to learn about love, through lessons, the dreidl spins, because we are binded/vine together through the rainbow colors, the arc of the covenant, the place our sins begin to be cleansed, to find/seek and shine the inner light of the soul, the heart of wisdom that shows, greatness in walking on our toes, guidance. Torah comes from the word Horo'ah which means guidance for life!)

How to Play Dreidel
A simple game shows significance of Hebrew miracle
By Sarah James

The dreidel is a four sided spinning top with Hebrew letters painted on each side. In places outside of Israel, the letters mean "A Great Miracle Happened There". In Israel the letters mean, "A Great Miracle Happened Here".

The game of Dreidel was popular during the rule of Antiochus, before the Maccabees' revolt. Because Antiochus persecuted the Jews for practicing their religion, Jews would gather in secret to study the Torah and pray. If soldiers were nearby, the Jews would hide their scrolls and pretend to be playing Dreidel.
How to play Dreidel

To play, each player receives a given number of candy or coins. These are used as game pieces. Before the dreidel is spun, players must deposit a fixed amount of their game pieces into the "kupah" or kitty. They players then spin the dreidel and depending on which letters it falls on, one of four events takes place:

    Nun: No win / no lose
    Gimmel: Take all from the "kupah"
    Heh: Take half from the "kupah"
    Peh or Shin: Lose what you've put into the "kupah"

The game continues until all of the players have lost their pieces, or all decided to stop.

White Buffalo Calf Woman interprets
Below Light over Darkness means: Pureness over impureness, because heavenly is dark  and earthly is light, together Heaven and Earth are known. We bless the sacred nine directions, a light from within. Through the light we sow, we grow and find our souls buried deep within the earth, the golden treasure is known! Follow the end of the Rainbow. 
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On Mon, Dec 19, 2011 at 11:01 AM, Chabad.org wrote:


Kislev 23, 5772 · December 19, 2011
Chanukah (Hanukkah)
Light Over Darkness
Chanukah - Hanukkah
Chanukah this year is Tuesday evening December 20 - Wednesday, December 28.

Chanukah -- the eight-day festival of light that begins on the eve of the 25th of the Jewish month of Kislev -- celebrates the triumph of light over darkness, of purity over adulteration, of spirituality over materiality.
More than twenty-one centuries ago, the Holy Land was ruled by the Seleucids (Syrian-Greeks), who sought to forcefully Hellenize the people of Israel. Against all odds, a small band of faithful Jews defeated one of the mightiest armies on earth, drove the Greeks from the land, reclaimed the Holy Temple in Jerusalem and rededicated it to the service of G-d.
When they sought to light the Temple's menorah (the seven branched candelabrum), they found only a single cruse of olive oil that had escaped contamination by the Greeks; miraculously, the one-day supply burned for eight days, until new oil could be prepared under conditions of ritual purity.
To commemorate and publicize these miracles, the sages instituted the festival of Chanukah. At the heart of the festival is the nightly menorah (candelabrum) lighting: a single flame on the first night, two on the second evening, and so on till the eighth night of Chanukah, when all eight lights are kindled.
On Chanukah we also add the Hallel and Al HaNissim in our daily prayers to offer praise and thanksgiving to G-d for "delivering the strong into the hands of the weak, the many into the hands of the few... the wicked into the hands of the righteous."

Chanukah customs include eating foods fried in oil -- latkes (potato pancakes) and sufganiot (doughnuts); playing with the dreidel (a spinning top on which are inscribed the Hebrew letters nun, gimmel, hei and shin, an acronym for Nes Gadol Hayah Sham, "a great miracle happened there"); and the giving of Chanukah gelt, gifts of money, to children.
Click here for a comprehensive "How To" guide for the observances and customs of Chanukah

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"When we cease walking in labor, we toil not, but live in joy, the divine presence of heaven, the soul, within does shine over living rivers of water. Let the stars shine, in the house of the throne, where kinsmen are known, and rainbow colors come home, "White Buffalo Calf Woman, your Twin Deer Mother Understands, your heart needs a command!

United Four Directions Dance, Holy Temple Commands. We are Man (kind).
Stars from the Rainbow Clan, Rejoice, I say, Rejoice! 


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