SEFER MISHNAT HAIM

PETAL 12 - THE BOOK OF THE STARS

 

 

 

Introduction

Book of the Stars (Sefer ha-Cochavim)

 

In the Dream of The First Complete Sign of the Third and Final Redemption, Gino Tampieri saw in the hands of Giordano Levi the Book of the Stars. In that Book he saw at first the names of hundreds of nations. Then he saw three stars in a row and a fourth star somewhat displaced from them. The Teacher Haim was present and he said to Gino, "When we arrive at the fourth star, I will make a sign and all will proceed quickly" and he then made a sign from the fourth star to the first star. After this, from another part in the sky, there was a very brilliant pulsating star. The Teacher Haim was again present and he announced, "This is the Star of Christ, come in virtue of humility".

This First Complete Sign of the Final Redemption demonstrates that the chosen Final Goel, Haim, ben Moshe from Sanaa Yemen, after his death and resurrection, is teaching us the Book of the Stars of Abraham, our father. The sign of the names of many nations confirms the Torah Sign that Abraham is the father of a multitude of nations. The sign of the Tzadik Haim from the Fourth Displaced Star to the first Star (which is the Star of Abraham) concerns the closure of 4000 years of history and the opening of the new phase of world history which after the Fourth Generation enters the time of the Geula Shleima. The sign of the Star of Christ represents the 'second coming' of the star of Christ that comes to correct the idolatrous deification of Jesus, and the sign 'come in virtue of humility' comes to establish, once and for all, the truth of that unique 'messianic' Mission of Jesus in virtue of his humility.

This twelfth Petal comes to explain the new studies of the Book of the Stars of Abraham, our father, taught to us by the Goel Haim and received principally in dreams by his pupils.

The source of the name Book of the Stars in the Torah is found in Gen. 15, 5 where the expression 'sfor ha-cochavim' can be read 'sefer ha-cochavim'.

This twelfth Petal thus represents the Great Opening demonstration of how the Final Goel, Haim, from the Kingdom of Heaven is teaching us the new revelations of the Final Redemption. We wish you wonderful new understanding from the Book of the Stars of Abraham, our father.