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Could this be all that is needed to greet Moshiach?!

What good is Kabolas hamalchus, without a way to be mekayem it?

Here and now, everyone in chabad is in agreement that the Halachic standard of the rebbe falls short of being able to crown him as melech just now,

The question is, did the rebbe specifically want for him to be moshiach, and was that his intent beyond all else?

Or was it greeting moshiach in general and not important it was the rebbe himself.

From the fact that the rebbe was still referring to the frierdiker rebbe as moshiach in chayay Sara nun beis, it's safe to assume that for the rebbe greeting moshiach by am yisroel was more important than who exactly would be king, the main thing for the rebbe was that the kingdom of hashem on accordance with Halacha was established ASAP in contrast to the kingdom of "the other side" as the rebbe witnessed first hand with h*tler during the holocaust.

In the here and now all we have is a mission, to greet Moshiach and do all we can, we also know that all that was done until now was for nothing.

It's clear that every chosid is of the opinion that his rebbe is moshiach, this is the way the rebbe refered to the frierdiker rebbe and this is the the way chasidim refer to the rebbe. As spoken of in the Gemara that each group of the students believed their rebbe is moshiach.

That being said, when the rebbe tasks the chasidim to do all in their power in the realm of "accepting moshiach" a quick look into Halacha confirms a few things

1. You can't crown a king without a Sanhedrin.

2. Only a king has potential to be moshiach.

3. From the sichos it's clear that The rebbe's will is that it is Better to crown a king now that follows Halacha.

4. The "waiting for the hisgalus" is not a order of the rebbe under any circumstances, and is not connected to accepting moshiach, it is only out of gaaguim for the rebbe but should not be confused or interpreted as a way to be mekayem accepting of moshiach. As "waiting for the hisgalus" is obviously not "do all you can"... Also the "hisgalus" would be techiyas hamesim" which is beyond what "we can do" so it's clear that we need to do more before we enter the unnatural elements of the Geula Process. Which brings us to the question, what is something we CAN do, and have the Halachic RIGHT to do, that would definitely be, establishment of the Sanhedrin...

For those who are seeing this idea introduced for the 1st time It's important to see the full video from beginning to the end multiple times perhaps so as to see all sides of how rabbi yosef gets to his conclusion.... There is definitely a lot of ways to take this out of context and only one right way to understand it correctly...

The 'Must watch' interview 👆

Rabbi Levi Mish out of Toronto Canada interviews Rabbi Yosef Edery out of the Golan Heights Israel on the Sanhedrin Initiative, and is surprised that this Derech hasn't been explored more, the Halachic arguments to pursue the Sanhedrin Establishment seem too compelling and essential for the Geula Process to be a sideline topic.

Rabbi Yosef tells of the latest hardships and Halachic debates in regards to the Sanhedrin Establishment Initiative and its success along the way.

Rabbi Yosef also goes into some detail on The difference of the learning styles of exile and redemption are very important to understand as well, in these last moments of navigation into the Geula.

Learn more about the Sanhedrin Initiative at

Details on the Sanhedrin initiative of Rabbi Yosef Edery can be found at

Rabbi Yosef Edery's YouTube Channel:

See more of Levi's work and support his channel as he navigates chabad at

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