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Botanic Gardens’ ‘Ketores’ Display

This Pesach, Chol haMoed visitors to the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens can learn about the "Ketores" thanks to a Crown Heights resident. Full Story

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Thanks for sharing!
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Thanks for sharing!

Hope to visit!

Moshiach is in the air!
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Moshiach is in the air!

B”H

If the BBG is supplying the plants for the ketores, Moshiach can’t be far!

rivka
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rivka

is their a charge

FINALLY!!!!!!
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FINALLY!!!!!!

I have been giving interactive lectures for years now on the Scent of Antiquity insights into the ketores al pi Chassidus..passing around the spices and plant material and their respective essential oil extractions . I have given this lecture w/ a power point presentation worldwide for many shluchot, in the States, Europe, Israel and it has always been well received. I am glad to see that it is finally getting its proper recognition in such a lovely place-my favorite the Brooklyn gardens. The ketores service is the most precious part of the whole avodah service. insights into the ketores is… Read more »

hey where is the marijuana
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hey where is the marijuana

marijuana is one of the herb for the Ketores

Visitor
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Visitor

I went and enjoyed. The explanations were interesting and I recommend you to come. Got to the conservatory and ask there about it.
There is regular bbg entrance fee. On Tuesdays it’s free

Wow
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Wow

Just shows how near the geula is

Yechi hamelech!!

#7, how?
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#7, how?

How does this tell us anything at all about when the geulah will come? Exactly such a display could just as easily have been made centuries ago, and many were.

To #8--The point is...
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To #8--The point is...

It shows us how the Geula is near because this display is made possible by “the help of nations of the world.”

To #5--Cannibas Sativa?
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To #5--Cannibas Sativa?

Why–because you say so?

#9, the nations
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#9, the nations

The nations have been interested in Judaism for thousands of years. 300 years ago such a display would have drawn even more interest from non-Jews than it did now.

to #11
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to #11

Regardless.

Don’t be glass-half-empty about Moshiach.

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