Avi Schwartz

The Timeline of Purim

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I want to thank Roseanne Barr.

It is because of her request I wrote The Timeline of Purim!

1) Just before Pesach on the 13th of Nissan, Haman plays the game of Pur, a kind of roulette wheel. The Pur falls on the 13th day of Adar. This will take place 11 months later.

2) Immediately Mordechai tells his wife, Esther, to save the People.

3) She and the Nation fast on the 13th, 14th, and 15th of Nissan…the 15th is Pesach Day.

4) On the 16th day of Nissan, the 2nd day of Pesach, she makes a feast and reveals to Achesverus that Haman wants to murder her and her People.

On the same day Haman is hanged.

5) Mordechai now becomes the main minister.

Three months passes.

It is now Sivan. Since a royal decree cannot be rescinded the Pur will still take place on the 13th of Adar regardless that Haman is dead and gone.

Mordechai gets Achesverus to agree to let the Jews fight back. Thus it will not be considered a rebellion and war against the king.

6) Mordechai now has nine months to organize, train, and weaponize the Jews all over the 127 countries and provinces within the Empire.

They train, organize and weaponize non-stop!

7) Now nine months have passed. It is now the 13th day of Adar…The Jews are ready! The Lion of Judah roars!! Haman’s sons and fellow anti-Semites commence the war.

On the 13th of Adar the JEWS with HASHEM’s blessing wipe out 75,000 throughout the empire while in Shushan, the capital, 500 enemies, including the 10 sons of Haman are slain.

The war in the provinces are over.

But the battle in the capital, Shushan, goes on for another day.

On the 14 day of Adar the 10 ten dead sons of Haman are hanged on the gallows to make an example of them.

And another 300 of the anti-Semites are slain.

And Purim as a day of thanksgiving to G-d, Hashem and victory is recognized.

Because the war in the provinces ended on the 13th of Adar, Purim is celebrated on the 14th of Adar for those who live in unwalled cities.

Since the war in Shushan, a walled city, lasted until the 14th of Adar and ended on it, Purim in walled cities such as Jerusalem is celebrated on the 15th of Adar.

Hence, its name, Shushan Purim.

Happy and Joyous Purim to All!

About the Author
Rabbi Avi Schwartz is an individual who has made contributions in various fields. He is the son of Motke Eish HaGarzen, also known as Motke the Axeman, a legendary figure in the Palmach. Motke Eish HaGarzen led a group of 21 Palmach Warriors who successfully conquered Har Tzion (Mount Zion), rescuing 1,700 Jewish men, women, and children from the Jordanian onslaught in the Jewish Quarter of the Old City. Rabbi Schwartz himself is a Black Hat Rabbi and activist, dedicated to upholding Jewish traditions and values. Alongside his religious pursuits, he has also found success as a filmmaker and writer, with his works featured on platforms such as Red Coral Universe Apple TV, Tubi of Fox Corporation, and Netflix. Notably, Rabbi Schwartz's movie "The Quest" has received high praise from none other than Pat Boone, a Music and Hollywood Icon. Boone, known for his illustrious career as a singer, actor, and television personality, has publicly commended Rabbi Schwartz's film, acknowledging its quality and significance. This endorsement from Pat Boone further solidifies the impact and recognition of Rabbi Schwartz's work within the entertainment industry. Beyond his artistic endeavors, Rabbi Schwartz has been at the forefront of the battle against the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement. He has developed two groundbreaking apps, "Fight BDS" and "BDS Myth Busters," aimed at countering BDS propaganda and raising awareness about the realities of the movement. The notable Hollywood icon and anti-BDS activist, Roseanne Barr, sponsors the app "BDS Myth Busters." Additionally, Rabbi Schwartz holds the position of Vice President of Digital Marketing and serves as the Director of Energycite, a revolutionary technology in energy conservation. His involvement in this field highlights his commitment to sustainability and environmental responsibility. Furthermore, Rabbi Schwartz has established the Torah Teen Palmach Center, a transformative initiative that trains teenagers to become future leaders in the spirit of the Palmach. Through this center, he imparts invaluable leadership skills and instills the values of courage, determination, and resilience in the next generation.
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