Jewish Belief in Messages from the Dead
All (ultra-)Orthodox Jews should find it bizarre for an ultra-Orthodox rabbi to have perceived a message from the Virgin Mary. (“All” because I myself find it exceedingly peculiar.) However, it is traditional Jewish belief that an authentic afterlife message can be received (1 Sam. 28), even from a soul as simple as a dead child’s. So, I see no legitimate reason why a faithful Jew cannot believe that a message could be sent from Mary, mother of Jesus, a woman who both lived and died!
Per rabbinic rules, one is permitted to receive a message from the dead, as one may receive in a dream involving a departed loved one. To send a message, however, would be Biblically prohibited necromancy (Lev. 20:27). Therefore, because I follow Scriptural rules, I am merely a receiver of otherworldly communiques from departed souls and not a sender.
A latter section in this book is for (ultra-)Orthodox Jewish readers. In part, that section regards a message from the dead that I perceived from the rabbinic luminary, Rabbi Moshe Feinstein, a’h (RIP), whose school I attended as a youth. (Rabbi Feinstein’s stature is such that Wikipedia, in its “Rabbi” section, uses, and has used for many years, his photo to personify a rabbi. There, he is, also, the only photographed rabbi mentioned by name. Moreover, when typing “Rabbi” on an Internet search, Rabbi Feinstein’s image will likely appear as the very first.) Such a supernatural message was received shortly before I perceived the Passover-2017 communication from the Virgin Mary;* and, my receipt of the great Rabbi Feinstein’s paranormal message was accompanied by miraculous signs to vouch for its authenticity—to the witness of many ultra-Orthodox Jews and rabbis (including his own son, Dovid, Chief Rabbi of the Mesorah Heritage Foundation)!
Of course, Jewish readers would more likely believe that Mary’s message is genuine were they to recognize that a legitimate, otherworldly, posthumous message from Rabbi Feinstein had been, too, received. Hence, the latter book section to Orthodox Jews details Rabbi Feinstein’s communiqué and its surrounding events.
* As will be described, a year before Passover 2017, I perceived three messages from the Virgin Mary. These earlier communications were, at the request of a Vatican monsignor, reported in writing.