Viewers’ Questions, Saving the Seed, Next Video

In this video I respond to some readers’ questions, explain my current stance more in detail, and describe what my next video will be about.

Support My Work

Donate with PayPal


  1. Simona, please bear with this long message.
    I seek to find the root of the truth, as do you, Simona. I do not doubt that you seek it, too.
    Psalms 119:142
    צדקתך צדק לעלם ותורתך אמת
    “Your righteous doings are perfectly good and right, forever, and to what cannot be seen or known; and your guidance and direction (Turah) is solid foundation, firmly established.”

    Despite the greater depth of meaning in this, this is the simplest I can translate it and still summarize the meaning. Yahushwa said to build on rock, not sand , for the foundations of rock are firm and solid; but sand is not, for it shifts about, and must compromise itself, and takes many forms, and ultimately sinks. This is the truth which is a firm solid foundation, for it is immovable and solid and steady, and prominent. The sand is the many falsehoods, which is weak and tricky, and goes this way and that.
    Now Dawid calls YAH’s Turah a firm solid foundation. I know you were studying the language of the Weberyim (Hebrews), though I do not know if you still are studying it deeply. If you are, I encourage you to learn that language and study the Turah–the first five books–to find what is contained. Reading the Turah in english is to barely read it at all, for the language of the Weberyim is a language of spiritual philosophy, and great depth. One would struggle to fulfill Psalms 1:2 in “meditating on the Turah” if they are reading it in english, yet can spend an hour in deep spiritual contemplation on one verse of the Turah, as the language is a spiritual language, whereas Greek, English, Latin, etc. are vain aesthetic languages which have very little meaning to them, and thus must compromise when desiring meaning, by making VERY long writings (if I were writing this in the language of the Weberyim [Hebrew] it would be much shorter, and have much more meaning to it.)
    Interestingly enough, the language of the Weberyim became Hellenized, and instead of it being understood in its full depth, it was being taken a a certain face value–each sentence having only simple visible meaning, like with english words. Then the Pharisaic traditions came and sought to find all the ways to be very particular about following one simple understanding of a command. Yahushwa came to a lost people of Yakub, who knew little about their true ways, and retaught the truth of the Turah, the way it was meant to be understood: Spiritually, not mechanically. With great, broad depth; not extreme, specific precision. Simona, I seek no contention with you. I too have rejected such vanities, for they produce no fruit. However, I would encourage that you take some time away from the many texts that circulate, and go to the root of Yahushwa’s teachings, which was the Turah, and study it in the language it was born in, with the understanding Yahushwa came to give to those who are his.

    Truly, those who do not know the Son will not be able to hear or read the words of the Father, and understand, because their minds are limited to worldly things, and so they only hear and read worldly things in words, and so they perish; they cling to men, for men are of the world, and they do not cling to YHWH, for YHWH is not of the world, but is on the other side of it, where man cannot go.

    If you can, buy yourself a copy of a Masoretic manuscript, and study the Turah from it. Albeit the Masoretic text is not the true language, it is the nearest thing to it which contains the whole Turah. unfortunately some things were removed, but is is a well-enough preserved text. One only needs discernment to sort out the corruptions. Studying Paleo Hebrew will also bring more of the Turah to light. I am not advocating the Maosretic text as the sapphire tablets of the Most High–I am saying that it is our best lead to discovering the truth, for it is the best perserved form of the language of the Eberyim, and with YHWH’s Spirit in us, we can use it to find our true spiritual language which was given nearly 6000 years ago (which I admit did not look anything like Tiberian Hebrew).
    I say buy, and not read online, because you will not always have the internet unless you incorporate into the beast system.

    I, too, have many texts. However, upon desiring to draw all of the knowledge from them, I tried to read so many of them at once, that I began to burn out, and draw nothing, and I felt sad because I was in a state of spiritual stagnation because I was not drawing anything up despite the wealth of books I had. However, YHWH led me to my help, and showed me that instead of reading lots of different obscure texts, translated into english; that I must actually study the Turah, in great depth, in the Language of the Eberyim. It was at this time, when I began doing this, that many of my remaining worldly longings passed, and my temperament grew strong and calm, more so than it already was growing. And in this I gained great spiritual perspective and understanding, and many things in the world made more sense, and more of YHWH’s law of the whole world of creation were revealed in nature.

    Mankind is a steward for the world, and all that it holds in nature. And as the steward, mankind was given the Turah to do this task, for his actions must be a reflection on what he watches over; Just as YHWH made man and woman to reflect Himself and the spirit who came from Him, and gave them the Turah to express His nature. Mankind must be a walking personification of YHWH, and of the order of creation. However, we, being fallen beings struggle at this, and at this point much of humanity has no care or memory of the directions of the Father, except in the deep subconscious. However, YHWH did not let us go without a copy of His Turah which we could always go back to, if we were called. It’s quite amazing that almost 6000 years ago, YHWH gave us the Turah personally, and yet mankind completely forsook it. And now, despite all of the time that has gone by to try and remove the Creator from His creation, YAH always had the upper hand and left a copy of His instructions for those who would be spiritually reborn to find, read, understand, and do, so as to be transformed.
    I still read many texts, but my go-to now is the Turah. If I seek wisdom and understanding, and the way to walk out life, I go there, for that is where Yahushwa said to go. He did not tell us to read texts written after his resurrection in order to find life, nor did he instruct us to find life in the words of more ancient obscure texts. He told us to do to the ancient source of wisdom and truth, which has always been the Turah of YHWH. One cannot walk the ancient path of life spoken of by the Yahushwa if we forsake the very thing he taught to follow.

    There is much to be gained from many texts, but the Turah is superior to them all, and judges them all, and will judge all things in the end. Far be it from us to walk a path in this world, which should be a path that is judged to death by the Turah. Far be it from us to forsake a path in this world which the Turah judges as life. The Turah of YHWH will test all things. A lump of ore is placed into a furnace, containing many minerals, clay, salts, and dirt; and when it is given great heat, nothing remains but a shining, hard, pure metal.

    Until one has been reborn to YHWH, they can look at the world all they want, and not know what it means. Only when we remember the directions of our Father, which we have long since lost, and seek them and do them, will we start to understand. One cannot teach a man to do righteousness when the teacher himself does not know what righteousness is. One can say “We must be good”, but when another asks him “What is good, that I might do it?” then were will that one lead him?

    When one asks “Is it a sin to kill an animal and eat it?”, then when our heart says, “Killing is evil!” should we agree? For our heart is nothing more that a corrupted part of our corrupted being, and it deceives us. See the animals YHWH said for us to eat: the sheep, the cow, the goat, the deer. These creatures are gentle, kind, inquisitive, and roam about, searching. They live together, and care for each other, and many of these seek a being above themselves as a guide; as well, these creatures do not have many diseases, parasites, toxins, or impurities in their bodies. We should be as these animals are.
    Now, the things which YHWH said not to eat: the pig, the dog, the raccoon, the snake, the lizard, the rat–these things are often vicious, cold, solitary and uncaring, violent, bloodthirsty, savage, and have no love for things but themselves; and they are often riddled with plagues, diseases, parasites, toxins and impurities. These things we should not be like. Now it is true that what we eat becomes us, and we become what we consume. This works both spiritually and physically on this plane of existence. So should we seek to be like the clean creatures, or the unclean? See, the wisdom of the Turah: for when you read the names of the animals in the language of the Weberyim, you find that they are not arbitrary names, but in fact describe their characters. So if we follow our flesh heart to think that the eating of an animal is evil, we forsake much deeper wisdom of creation. And as well, if we are to be as these clean animals, an we are to be as sacrifices to the Most High, would he not have had a visible image of this? He did, in the form of his animal sacrifices, wherein only clean creatures were acceptable. Yes, for only a person who is like one of these creatures is acceptable to YHWH, and can be a living sacrifice to Him, and die to the worldly things. One who is like a pig or a dog or a rat or a weasel or a snake is not acceptable to Aluhayim; but one who is like a sheep or a cow or a dove or a deer is. Again, the wisdom of the Turah of YHWH. To remove these things removes wisdom from the world, and by removing her, we supplement with man’s fallen whims.

    My prayers are with you Simona. May you be well and have true peace.

  2. This quote from Einstein reminds me of your journey: “A man’s ethical behavior should be based effectually on sympathy, education, and social ties and needs; no religious basis is necessary. Man would indeed be in a poor way if he had to be restrained by fear of punishment and hope of reward after death.” (Duality, serpentine energy, coveting, negativity, anger and the need for overcoming it.)

  3. I don’t think you need to worry too much about people who gave you trouble or argument , I don’t agree a lot of what you said in your video , but that is your journey/relationship with Yesus . Each of us had our own experience and journey .

    As long as people did these two commandment ( is easy for me to said it but hard for me do it especially the neighbors part in life )
    Jesus said unto him, Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind. This is the first and great commandment. And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself

Speak Your Mind