Sages explain that when victims stricken by the fiery serpents looked up at the copper snake, their vision turned heavenward. Their subsequent faith in Heaven saved them from the deadly peril of the snake's venom. We find an explanation for this ancient phenomenon in the modern science of psychoneuroimmunity. This field teaches that our state of mind continually influences the functioning of our nervous system, which in term affects every system of the body including the immune system. This is why cancer victims in advanced stages of their illness, will frequently survive until the completion of an important life event, such as the marriage of a child or the birth of a grandchild.
The Copper Needle
Instructions:If you were infected with HIV, through a needle, get into a low position, and look up at the image of the needle on your computer screen
People for a Bill to Build the Bet HaMikdash, an organization dedicated to rebuilding the Jewish Temple in Israel, has teamed up with its parent organization Canfei Nesharim, to revive this ancient form of healing in a modern form, to bring forth an alternative treatment for virus infections contracted from needle injection. We have commissioned Sharon Vixman, a craftsman and sculptor in Tel Aviv to build a dynamic copper replica of an injection needle mounted on a silver plated spiral base, embellished with copper letters taken from a passage from the Torah. The piece will be held aloft, so that people who have been infected by a syringe contaminated with the virus, can look up at the replica. The piece can be easily assembled and disassembled, and will be suitable for shipping from location to location, Centers or individuals wishing to use the replica at their center or private location may do so by making a reservation with us, specifying the number of days they wish to reserve the piece. Anyone making an order must agree to pay the shipping and insurance, and a fixed per day fee to be decided upon. Individuals wishing to sponsor the creation of additional copper replicas may do so by contributing the complete cost of a piece, currently extimated to be between 750.00-1,500 dollars. In return, they will have the privilege of exhibiting the copper needle at their center or private residence for the first three months.