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Der Alte Weg Chassidus

I am a talmid of the RANBaCH, Rabbi Aryel Nachman ben Chaim (Shlit"a), Rebbe of Der Alte Weg Chassidus:

Der Alte Weg at
The House of Seven Beggars Website
The House of Seven Beggars YouTube

Breslov Resources
The Baal Shem Tov (zt’l) (i.e. Rabbi Yisroel ben Eliezer -- Born: 1698, Podolia, Died: May 22, 1760, Medzhybizh, Ukraine) was the inspired founder of Hasidic Judaism (aka Chassidus: "the pious ones").

Rebbe Nachman of Breslov (April 4, 1772 - October 16, 1810, burial place: Uman, Ukraine), was a great-grandson of the Baal Shem Tov. Rebbe Nachman was the founder of Breslov Chassidus. He was among the greatest Jewish sages and reformers of all time. Through his wisdom the Baal Shem Tov's Chassidus was reinvigorated. Rebbe Nachman combined the esoteric secrets of Judaism (such as Kabbalah) with serious Torah and Talmudic scholarship, and direct intense love of the Eternal, blessed be He. His followers are known for their ecstatic dancing and religious ecstacy, piety, and knowledge. Rebbe Nachman attracted thousands of followers during his lifetime and far more since his passing. He taught:

The Misnagdim (opponents of the Chassidim) say that the main thing is to study Torah. The Chassidim say the main thing is prayer. But I say: Pray and study and pray -- Siach Sarfey Kodesh 1-87
His promise that "My fire will burn until the coming of HaMashiach" (i.e. the Messiah) is proving true as his popularity and influence continues to rise.

Like Judaism at large Breslov has spawned several sects and traditions. The author of this website, Shlomo Phillips, is a Breslov chassid of Der Alte Weg Chassidus due to the kindness of Rebbe Aryel Nachman, a direct descendant of the Rambam:

Go to: The House of Seven Beggars: This is the home page of Rebbe Aryel Nachman's Der Alte Weg Chassidus (i.e. "The Old Way Chassidus").
    Rebbe Aryel Nachman: I am a follower of the Baal Shem Tov (zt’l), my Rebbe is Rebbe Nachman of Breslov (zt’l) and I derive great inspiration, strength and comfort from the Grand Rebbe of Kaliv, Menachem Mendel Taub (shlit’a). I am a simple Jew to whom HaShem has given blessings to be able to draw pictures and tell stories that people like (Source).

    Our Rebbe offers a weekly online Talmud class, a weekly Torah class, as well as weekly Kabbalat/Maariv and Shacharit/Musaf Shabbat Services for those who are not able to attend a brink and mortar shul.
Go to: Rav Shalom Arush's Chut Shel Chessed.

    Rav Arush is the author of several excellent Breslov books including the The Garden of Emuna (my weekly study sessions of this book may be heard here). His books are translated into English by Rabbi Lazer Brody.
Go to:
    Lots of great articles and more here. also owns Breslov Campus, a free online Breslov school.
Breslov Campus: Breslov Orthodox classes:
Go to: The Essential Rebbe Nachman.
    Lot of great information on the direct teachings and stories of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov.
Na Nach Nachma Nachman Meuman: Some Breslover Jews (not all) and others believe that in fulfillment of certain Hasidic prophecies, that in 1922 Rebbe Nachman miraculously sent a mysterious note (known as the Petek) to one of his spiritual descendents named Yisroel Dov Ber Odesser (known affectionately as Saba or "grandfather" by his talmidim). Through this Petek Saba revealed the Na Nach Nachma Nachman signature believed to be "the universal song of redemption" foretold for the End of Days that would usher in the Messiah.

Readers of are invited to learn more about Na Nach here:

Azamra Breslov Music

Non-profit books of Rebbe Nachman
For more information on the Petek and the Nanach Breslov sect visit the following links:
    Go to: My Nanach section
    Go to: A site dedicated to sharing the Song of Redemption and the teachings of Rebbe Yisroel Dov Odesser (Saba), Rav Natan, and Rebbe Nachman.
    Go to:'s Nach section.
Other Chasidus Sites:
Go to: CHABAD-Lubavitch

Standard Orthodox Sites:
The Complete Talmud (PDF) from

Go to: The Orthodox Union Web Site for information on Kashrut and much more.

Go to:'s Jewish Literacy is a source: Learn Hebrew, Jewish History and much more.

Go to: UTJ

    "The Union For Traditional Judaism is a trans-denominational education and outreach organization dedicated to promoting the principles of traditional Judaism without sectarian bias."

Go to: for solid, useful information and interactive discussion.

Dati Leumi: National Religious:
Go to: Religious Zionists of America
Go to: World Mizrachi Movement
Non-Orthodox Sites
Go to: My Jewish Learning: a Reform Movement centered site with lots of information to share on various topics.
Go to: Conservative Jewish Union
Go to: Union of Reform Judaism
Go to: News and Views of Reform Jews
Go to: Reconstructionist Communities
Go to: ALEPH: The Alliance For Jewish Renewal
Go to: Tikkun (Jewish Renewal)
Go to: Rabbi Michael Lerner's Beyt Tikkun (Jewish Renewal)
Go to : kulanu: "All of Us"
    "Kulanu is an organization that reflects the community of interests of individuals of varied backgrounds and religious practices dedicated to finding and assisting lost and dispersed remnants of the Jewish people."
Karaite Judaism: Bnei Mikra: "Followers of Scripture"
Today Rabbinic Judaism is the main body of the Jewish religion. It stems largely from the teachings of the Pharisees (P'rushim) who came to be known as the Rabbis.

Karaism is an equally ancient and resilient lineage of the Jewish people, emerging in part from the Sadducees (Tz'dukim) of the first centuries BCE and CE. It is currently much less numerous and influential than in the past. Previously as high as 40 percent of the Jewish population were Karaite Jews. Today it is estimated that there are around 30,000 Karaites worldwide.

Go to: Karaite Korner
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Conversion to Judaism
Go to: My Studies on Conversion to Judaism index page.

Go to: The House of Seven Beggars and contact Rebbe Ariel Nachman for more information. Go to: the RCA (Rabbinic Counsel of America) Orthodox Conversion to Judaism page:
    This is probably the best way to convert to Judaism if you want almost universal acceptance as a Jew. Unfortunately there is a lot of sectarian politics involved in converting to Judaism today. Its better to be aware of this going in! Most other methods will grant a lower degree of acceptance of the conversion. Orthodox Jews only accept Orthodox conversions (and even then under certain restrictions) as valid. Non-Orthodox accept Orthodox conversions. Do your research before committing yourself to any conversion program.
Go to: The Institute for Halachic Conversion

Go to: "Becoming Orthodox Without Questioning Your Sanity"
    Conversion into Modern Orthodoxy
Go to: Rabbi Celso Cukierkorn's website.
    His conversions are essentially Conservative and not accepted by everyone (including the Orthodox) and may be considered invalid by various authorities. The site provides good information and advice to people who are considering converting to Judaism as well as to those who have already converted.

Go to : Judaism 101 and study it completely before beginning the process to get a solid foundation.

Online Study Resources:
Go to: Complete Jewish Bible with Rashi Commentary
Go to: Sacred Jewish Texts Online
How To...
Donning Tzitzit or a Tallit
Guide to Putting on Tefillin
Helpful Books:
Go to: To Be A Jew
Go to To Pray as a Jew
Go to: The Gutnick Chumash
Go to: The Works of Rebbe Nachman
Go to: Derech HaShem: The Way of God
The Garden of Emuna
My First Hebrew Primer
Siddur Eit Ratzon & Machzor Eit Ratzon
Stone Edition Tanach
Stone Edition Chumash (Torah Commentary)
Koren Jerusalem Tanach
Koren Sacks Siddur
Koren Talmud Bavli
Likutay Halachos - Gathering of Legal Teachings and other Breslov works
Likutey Moharan
The Jewish Book of Why?
Holocaust: Shoah Information:

The Holocaust: Learn the Truth About What Really Happened

The Jewish Foundation for the Righteous provides financial support to aged and needy non-Jews who rescued Jews during the Holocaust and preserves their legacy through a national education program. There are also videos and more.

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