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  • Yurtzait of the Rashash

    Rabbi Shalom Shalom Sharabi (The Rashash)

    The Rashash was born in Sana’a, Yemen’s capital. He emigrated to the Holy Land but decided to keep his greatness hidden from the public. Rabbi Sharabi went to the Bet-El yeshiva in Jerusalem where he asked Rabbi Gedalia Chayon, dean of the yeshiva, for a job as a shammash. Rabbi Gedalia gave him the work, which consisted of keep things in order and wake up the students for diverse prayers. Since it was a simple job, no one had a clue on who this great scholar was.

    One day, a question arose in the hall of study with no answer. Rabbi Gedalia was very disappointed by not being able to find the answer. After all the students left, The Rashash, went and wrote the answer on one of Rabbi Gedalia’s books. The next day Rabbi Gedalia couldn’t believe it and he attributed it to divine providence but these acts continued to repeat themselves. One day, the Rosh Yeshiva’s daughter saw The Rashash leaving the note in the book and went straight to her dad’s. The Rashash had to admit his authorship and started to be revealed as the great Torah scholar he was.

    After Rabbi Gedalia’s passing, the Rashash took the leadership of Bet El yeshiva at the age of 27. Among his students were the Maharit Algazi and The Chida, who later became Rosh Yeshivas themselves. Within the Rashash most remarkable texts are the commentary on the Etz Chaim and the Siddur HaRashash. The Rashash passed away the 10 of Shevat 5537 at the age of 57 in Jerusalem.


    What great scholars said about The Rashash:


    • “Whoever learns Etz Chaim without the Rashash commentary is like a blind man” -Rabbi Abulafia
    • “The soul of the Rashash is that of the holy Ari” – Rabbi Chaim Pelaji
    • “One can know by hear all of the writings of the Arizal but if you did not learn the works of the Rashash you have not yet entered into the study of Kabbalah” – Rabbi Kaduri


    Rabbi Shepherd will go to the tomb on the yurtzait and will daven for you. Your donation will be much appreciated and will be used as tzedaka and as a mean to continue spreading the Torah. 

  • Parashat HaMan (English Edition)

    Rabbi Menachem Mendel de Reminov zt’l revealed the power of reading Shnayim Mikra v’echad Targum on Parashat HaMann. It is a powerful segulah for parnassah and yeshuot. The segulah of Parashat HaMan is read once a year on the third day (Tuesday) of Parashat Beshalach.

    Some people have the minhag (tradition) of donating 90 to charity organizations since the gematria of the word Mann is 90. Consider donate to King David Kabbalah, this donation will be used as tzdaka and for the continuation of the projects to spread Torah all over the world. Rabbi Shepherd will happily pray for up to 5 names per donation.

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  • Chavakuk 3 english and spanish

    Reading of this prayer is reputed to “shake the rafters” of Heaven, increasing the probability of bringing down abundance.

    Segulah might be translated as a spiritual omen or an auspicious tradition. It is used in the phrase Am Segulah, a treasured nation (Exodus 19:5; Deuteronomy 7:6, 14:2, 26:18), referring to a special relationship Hashem has us.

    A segulah may be understood to be something that exemplifies a treasured connection with Hashem by doing extra, delves deeply into its wisdom, and grow within our beings in the process

    An important purpose of the segulah is to connect to Hashem.

    In our times we need ‘divrie chizuk’ we need understanding, and many have found it when reading Nach (Neviim, Prophets) through the commentaries of this prayer this passage we see how things fold out.

    To many even though it is difficult it is still soothing and promising

  • 50 líneas las tenemos del Sefer Devarim

    Maravillosa Segulah para obtener respuesta a sus oraciones y recibir abundancia y salvaciones.

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  • Prayer of The Rebbe of Apta Rabbi Meir Halevi z”tl.

    There is a special Prayer that  Rabbi Mier wrote and comes with it many special segulas.  The Tiferet Shlomo Hakadosh z”tl would say every day twice a day – morning and evening, the tefillah – prayer that Rabbi Meir Halevi composed, he would tell others to say it as well as a segula for parnassah. There were many Tzaddikim that would say this tefillah daily. It’s even greater to say on the hilula of the Tzaddik, the prayer that he composed, as the holy Zohar says that on a Tzaddik’s hilula it is an even greater time that his merits can be used to draw down heavenly blessings.

    We would like to give you this special prayer in an ebook, Hebrew with transliterations.

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  • Printable PDF of Tefilat HaShlah

    The FULL Prayer of the Shlah for Children also to be born and also for the ones that have been born to be healthy happy and most important go in the way of Hashem.  This prayer was formulated by a big Kabbalist from the 1600s, the words of the prayer have special weight to them and can if used in the right way bring good life for your children. there are 2 pdf’s one that is English/Hebrew and the other Spanish/Hebrew, without commentary.  If you like the books, there is an optional donation to offset production costs.  Printable PDF

    oración imprimible gratis del Shlah HaKadosh en español

  • Segulot and Kabalistic Prayers

    A comprehensive compilation of different segulot and kabbalistic prayers for healing in times of plagues.

    ebook in color and over 140 pages

    includes kabbalistic meditations, Prayers, Cameas and Segulot from many different Rabbis and Kabbalists

    what is here is a temporary file It is currently being edited and more segulot Besrat Hashem will hopefully be added!

    If you like the E-books, we would like to request that you send a small donation to offset production cost. Thank You

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  • King David Kabbalah Survival Guide

    What to do in the times of Plagues to stay safe?

    Kabbalistic Understanding and Remedies for all times and specifically in the current plague 

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  • Free Tikun HaKetores With Transliterations Hebrew / English

    This prayer has its foundations in the Zohar Parasha Vayakel and the Sha’ar Kavanot of the Arizal.

    The Zohar, in Vayakel’s portion, goes into great detail and praises the Ketoret. The Zohar says: “It is written that Hashem decreed that anyone who contemplates and reads the letters of Ketoret’s portion will be saved from curses, black magic, any harm, bad thoughts, bad judgment, death, and even negative forces will not be able to affect him”

    Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai said: “If people knew how tall Ketoret’s order was, they would take each word in a golden crown and place it on their heads.”

    The Tikkun HaKetoret has been proven to be very reliable and effective for many types of situations

    Some of the benefits of saying the Tikkun Ketoret

    • Life
    • Parnasa
    • Health
    • Happiness
    • Removing Plagues from towns
    • Goodness

    Saying the Tikkun Ketoret can save you from

    • evil eye
    • death
    • Plagues


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