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The Noahide Ger, Ezekiel’s Temple, Kabbalah, Jewish meditation, and Galut and Geulah (Exile and Redemption)


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The Messianic Temple

The Messianic Temple presents the original Hebrew text of the last nine chapters of the Book of Ezekiel, with a new English translation and digest of commentaries, and more than 200 illustrations and 3D architectural drawings. Learn More...

The World of the Ger

The World of the Ger introduces the inner dimension of the Seven Laws of the Children of Noah. These are the parables, stories, historical narratives, and mystical teachings that reveal the ancient heritage and spiritual identity of the Noahide Ger, the righteous Gentile who rejects idolatry and follows the Torah. 

The Path of the Righteous Gentile

The Path of the Righteous Gentile explores the traditional Jewish teachings about the Gentiles’ true relationship with G-d through the Seven Noahide Laws, the ancient covenant that guarantees all of mankind G-d’s favor and blessings. 

A Child's Garden of Grass - Reloaded

The all-time marijuana classic, revised and reprinted for the first time in 50 years. …and more hilarious than ever!



Model of the Third Temple

In 1997, a group of scholars, artists, and craftsmen began an experimental program to build a museum-quality model of the Third Temple according to Rashi and the Ramchal’s interpretation of Ezekiel.  The research and construction of the model took nearly two years and in the year 2002 the model was placed on display in Jerusalem in the Mercaz Har HaBayith (Temple Mount Center).  Since then, approximately 80,000 people have learned about the Third Temple for the first time.  The design was later refined and two more models were built, one commissioned by the new Chabad Children’s Museum in Brooklyn and the other commissioned by the Tzaddik Center, a visitors’ center in Tsfat (Safed), Israel.

The model is exquisitely crafted  at 1:150 scale of  the Third Temple as prophesied in the Book of Ezekiel. It is is 6 ft. by 6 ft. by 2 ft. high. It is constructed of acrylic marble and pearl, with 24-karat gold-plated gates, domes, and pillars. Surrounding the model are large graphic panels showing the floor plan of the Third Temple and the interior of the Temple Building.


Areas of Study

The Third Temple

2500 years ago, the prophet Ezekiel was shown a vision of a future Temple that will stand forever and bring peace and harmony to the world. Whoever comes to this Temple sees a revelation of the Shechina (Divine Presence of G-d) and receives a blessing from the Source of all blessing.

Ktav Ivri (Paleo-Hebrew)

There is one Hebrew language with two different scripts.  One of these scripts was fell into disuse and was forgotten 2000 years ago, and has now been rediscovered.  The significance of this discovery has eluded most authorities, for the lost script may well be the original, the one in which the Ten Commandments were written by G-d and the one in which Moses wrote the original Torah.

Noahide (Ger in the Gates)

The Ger Toshav, or simply the Ger, is the righteous Gentile who has accepted upon himself the Seven Laws of Noah and is permitted by the Torah to live within the gates of Israel. He is the Resident Pilgrim who is grafted onto Israel as its fourth estate — Kohen, Levi, Yisrael, and Ger.

GALUT TO GEULAH(Exile & redemption)

There is a physical Galut, being exiled to a foreign land, but there is also a spiritual Galut, the soul's separation from G-d. Both are coming to an end. And we want to tell people about it without hurting anyone or making too much noise.


Learning Kabbalah is like studying a martial art. If one is grounded with correct technique, he can attain mastery of himself and all he surveys. But with a weak or faulty foundation, he will accomplish little and may get hurt. 


Jewish Meditation

Viewing Jewish Meditation as a way of religious Jewish life, taking analog Judaism and making it digital and intuitive. This includes tefillat ha-guf, prayer and meditation with the physical body.