Author Archives: Avner Boskey

Russia’s Empire spirit and the spiritual roots of the Ukrainian war

Russian tanks are rolling across Ukraine’s Eastern European Plains. Moscow’s artillery shells and rockets, missiles and bombs are striking military and civilian targets from the Black Sea lowlands to the Dnieper uplands. The iron fist of the Red Bear is smashing down on the gold-azure trident (the tryzub – a Trinitarian or falcon-like Viking symbol […]

Remember the days of old – war and false flags in the Bible

  “Remember the days of old. Consider the years of all generations. Ask your father and he will inform you – your elders, and they will tell you. When the Most High gave the nations their inheritance, when He separated the sons of mankind, He set the boundaries of the peoples according to the number of […]

Communism at the Gates of Europe

Last Days dreams and prophetic words are part of God’s upcoming oracular scenario. Joel tells us on the highest authority that the day is coming when YHVH will pour out His Spirit on all flesh: the sons and daughters of Israel will prophesy, old Jewish men will dream dreams, and young Hebrew men will see […]

Lessons from Nazi history

In a memorable scene in Steven Spielberg’s film Schindler’s List, a group of Jewish men in the Polish suburb of Kraków-Płaszów huddle around an old oil barrel, warming their hands over burning scrap wood. One of them confidently proclaims, “There’s nowhere down from here. This is it! This is the bottom. The ghetto is liberty!” […]

Licking honey with the prophets

There is a Yiddish story about a man who spent all his free time at the shtetl kretchmeh (in Yiddish, a tavern doubling as an inn; in Polish karczma or in Ukrainian корчма). His wife bitterly complained about his all too frequent absences, asking him what he does there anyway with all his spare time. […]

Keep your eyes on the prize

My Yiddish-speaking parents were communists. They believed that socialist revolution held the key to a better world, and they poured their lives out in support of what they called ‘the progressive movement.’  They loved music. My dad used to be a cantor in the U.S. Army and as a youngster he sang in Cantor Yossele Rosenblatt’s […]

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