The New Rite


The Basic Structure of the Prophesied House of Prayer for all the Nations (Isaiah 46-7) has, Thank God Almighty, been revealed in the Completed Signs of the Final Redemption, in merit of the Final Goel, Haim, chosen by the Lord, our God, as the Anointed Judge of the Kingdom of Heaven. This is the House of Prayer that eventually becomes the Third Temple at Jerusalem and, as established in the Completed Signs, also in Bersheba. The Third Temple is Final and once built, after the Fourth Generation, will never again be destroyed.

The New House of Prayer consists of Seven Floors, Thirteen Altars of Prayer and the Carpet of Islam. There will also be a section for certain animal sacrifices, as in the Torah, directed by a Board of Rabbis.

The Third Petal gives over the prayers of the New Rite as has been received until now, as well as explanatory documents of the New Prayers in Sefer Meshullam. Except for a few additional festivities, all the Holidays of the Jewish calendar are maintained according to the liturgy of the New Rite. The New Rite is new and different from the Traditional Rite. For example, a Sign declared that for accomplishing the Mitzva of Shema Yisrael one can say Thanks to EL SHADDAI, EL SHADDAI is great, EL SHADDAI is One. (this is especially important for the nations who do not have the tradition of Israel). Another Sign gave over the new blessing for bread, 'Blessed is the Lord, our God, who blesses the bread that grows from the earth'. It is thus desired that the New Rite have its own forms, not be in the same form (matbe'a) as the Traditional prayers.



Tablets of The New Rite

The Composite Project

Prayers and Blessings

For Lag Ba'Omer – day of the remembrance of the righteous Tanai rabbi Shimon ben Yohai