Rabbi Martin Riesenburger


Martin Riesenburger was a German Cantor married to a Christian during WWII, and lived in Berlin. During WWII, he was given protected status and was allowed to function as Cantor and Rabbi at Weissensee, the old-age home that had a chapel and a Jewish burial ground attached to it. He survived the war and became Chief Rabbi of East Germany. Some revile Rabbi Riesenberger, some have sympathy for his role and his courage. We present a simple history of Rabbi Martin Riesenberger, the “Last Rabbi in Berlin” as a candidate for Saints of a New Era.

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Conversations with the Master: Uncertainty


Now, I have once again heard that I should start writing, asking questions and writing down the answers. This is exactly what I am going to do now. I still do not know what I should start with and what will happen next. This is an interesting moment, when we allow the mind and soul to rest in silence and become only a humble lens, through which inner Light, Divine Light, may begin to shine.

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The March 2015 Equinox and the 5th Dimension

The March Equinox occurs on March 20th, 2015. If you live in the Southern Hemisphere, this will be the Autumn Equinox; if you live in the Northern Hemisphere, then you will welcome the Spring Equinox. This equinox is preceded by a Total Solar Eclipse (in the region of the Atlantic Trench). The Solar Eclipse commences at 9:16AM in France, and the Equinox occurs late evening, at 21:45:00. This Equinox, preceded by an eclipse, a moment of transformation of the darkness within the human, has much to bring to humanity by way harnessing the energies of the 5th Dimension.

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Antonio Stradivari – Instrument Maker for the Divine

God is the embodiment of wholeness and perfection. Whatever is offered to him should be total and perfect. This was demonstrated by the Italian violin maker Anthony (Stradivarius) who took one year to make one violin, but made it to perfection as an offering to God. Whatever is said, done or given, it should be perfect. To please God, who is perfect, whatever is offered should be perfect. Anthony declared that he was making perfect violins only to please God. (Sathya Sai Baba, 25 Aug 1997)

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Conversations with the Master: Should we Abandon Religion?

There are many questions in our minds about the efficiency of religion in leading humankind along the pathway to experience of the Divine. In fact, some religions never teach that one may experience the Divine. They teach adherence to rules and dogma. Some even speak of the Haram Police, the religious police who check to see if you conform to the expected behaviours. The Master has much to say about this, and how humanity creates its future.

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