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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.
http://houseofthebeloved.blogspot.com/2011/12/happy-hanukkah-2011.html

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.

hanukkah
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:




HELP CHABAD.ORG LIGHT UP THE WORLD!

    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!

    Please G-d, in the coming year we look forward to being there more than ever before -- with an all-new Chabad.org! -- for all who need us, no matter their circumstances or station in life.

    However, in order to do so, we really need your partnership! It has once again been a tough year for many of our users and this has significantly impacted our bottom line.

    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.

    You can contribute securely via:

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Donate securities: Instead of selling appreciated securities, please consider donating them to Chabad.org. We pay no capital gains tax, so the full value of your money will be put to use in our charitable work. Click here. PLEASE DONATE!Additional opportunities: There are several sections on Chabad.org that are available for dedication. If you'd like to consider a dedication, please contact us to discuss. Also: Do you have a paid-up life insurance policy that you'd like to donate? How about appreciated marketable real estate? Please contact us to discuss these and other planned giving ideas.

    We thank you immensely for your partnership and bless you that the light of the Chanukah holiday illuminate your life, the lives of all those around you, and the entire world.

    Sincerely,  THE CHABAD.ORG TEAM

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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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4 comments:

  1. Thank you Holiness David for finding this article to share. Value of the rose, we trust and expose, the heart that is in need, for those willing to bleed. Brotherhood is near, when we start to be aware. White Buffalo Calf Woman Sings. Join the Great Give-a-way!
    http://blog.bryanmorse.com/2011/12/joshua-bell-stop-and-hear-music-by.html

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  2. Holiday of Hanukkah (part one)

    It is somewhat ironic that Hanukah is the most widely known Jewish holiday, despite the fact that it is a minor holiday. Hanukkah is not described in scripture, and it does not have the religious significance of Passover, Sukkot, Shavuot, Rosh Hashana or Yom Kippur. Still, the celebration of Hanukkah, the history behind its traditions, and the symbolism of the Menorah reinforce the basic tenets of Judaism: dedication, perseverance, generosity and remembrance.

    Several generations after Alexander the Great, Antiochus IV inherited control of the Greek empire, which included Israel at the time. Where Alexander had allowed cultures to practice their own religions and customs, Antiochus tried to Hellenize the Jews. He placed a Greek priest in the Holy Temple, who desecrated the altar by demanding that pigs be sacrificed upon it. Jews were oppressed, even massacred, but when pressured to abandon their heritage and beliefs, Mattathias the Hasmonean and his son Judah Maccabee chose to revolt. A battle ensued. The Jews were outnumbered by the Greek army, which used armored elephants in their attack, but the Jews won the battle and reclaimed the Holy Temple. The word "Hanukkah," which means dedication, refers to the rededication of the Holy Temple, at which time the menorah was lit.

    The victory was the first miracle of Hanukkah, but the Talmud also tells of a second. In the temple was a menorah, a candelabra that was to be lit every day with purified oil. But the Greeks had defiled all of the oil, except for a single flask, which was enough for one day. Miraculously, the oil lasted for eight days while more of the purified oil could be produced. This miracle is commonly referred to as the Miracle of Lights, and it is celebrated each year during Hanukah, when candles are lit every night for eight days.

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  3. Holiday of Hanukkah (part two)

    Over the years, the menorah has evolved to represent more than a candelabra. It has become a symbol of Judaism, and is even used on some Israeli coins. Still, the history of the menorah is largely unknown.

    As the Jews wandered through the desert after the Exodus from Egypt, Bezalel made the first menorah as a symbol of the spiritual light spread by G-d. It is described in the Torah as having six branches and a seventh branch to light them. Chanukiot (plural of Chanukiah) have eight branches to commemorate the eight days of Hanukkah, with a ninth branch -- called a "shamash" -- to light them. Modern usage of the word "menorah" refers to both the seven- and nine-candle designs. In truth, the Talmud only requires a minimum of one candle each night of Hanukkah; lighting additional candles for each successive night is purely a custom.

    The menorah itself has given rise over the centuries to several Hanukkah customs -- and like the menorah, their origins are not commonly known. For instance, families traditionally eat potato pancakes ("latkes") and jelly doughnuts ("sufganiyot") during Hanukkah. The fried food is a reminder of the oil that provided the Miracle of Lights. And while Jews exchange gifts on Hanukkah, it is a misconception that Hanukkah is the "Jewish Christmas." In fact, the custom originated from the Jewish practice of "tzedakah," or charity. The Talmud instructs every Jew to light a candle on Hanukkah, and those that cannot afford a candle are required to go "knocking on doors" until they have raised enough. The Talmud also instructs Jews to give charity to those in need and to preserve their dignity at the same time. It is said that the custom of giving Hanukkah gelt arose from the need to shelter poor people from the shame of begging.

    Holidays preserve the memory of significant events, and traditions continue the practice of cherished values. Hanukkah is a time for family, celebration and joy -- and also a time for remembering the reasons for celebrating. The light of the Hanukkah candles is a reminder of past miracles, and of the continuing pursuit of peaceful Jewish ideals.

    http://www.galleryjudaica.com/hanukkah-menorah-hanukah.aspx

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  4. On Sat, Dec 24, 2011 at 1:28 PM, Thunder Woman your Princess of Dawning wrote:

    Dearest White Buffalo Calf Woman and Relatives,
    God lead the way, guide us now for sacred days, sacred glaze of sacred haze; as we walk our sacred ways. Bless us as we start this page and lead us to our glory days. Lead us to the ones who pave and pace and run inside that big rat race. So we may dew your work all days.
    Bless us please, with intuition and timing. Let us always motivate others with joy and rhymes and smiling; and with love and compassion Let them see our joy inside, so they will want to show not hide. Open people's hearts and let them sea the work being done here and all the love, generosity, time, effort, and selfless, unselfish sacrifices our Beloved Elders give and do for us all and for mankind.
    Please fill peoples hearts with compassion, and let them put their money where their mouth is. :) They can speak mountains by a simple act of charity and love, and the help they could give would mean so much to us.
    Let them realize the truth of the rewards they will receive by giving their trust or their gift would simply be enough.
    Thank you God for this wonderful opportunity you have given us to do good for so many people. I pray that by asking for these donations, it also opens the door for others awareness of the truth and of you.
    I pray that we Ask, Believe and Receive in and with true faith, true love and true compassion.
    I bow respectfully.
    I bless the nine sacred directions to let us be the dream that others do receive. I bless myself/you/we/thee I bless the world for eternity.
    Thank you.
    Love all ways,
    Thunder Woman your Princess of Dawning
    violet child, rainbow warrior of prophecy
    http://princessofdawning.blogspot.com

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