Eucharistic Havdalah & Shirayim

The Biblical Order

While they were eating, having eaten bread he recited some Biblical Eulogy with the paten over the Kos Shel Brakha
Break up and pass around the Shirayim (MK6:41, LK24:30, MT26:26, MK14:22)
Recite Eucharistic Birkat HaMazon
Consume the revit & won't drink again 1 (MT26:27, LK22:17-18)
Distribute wine dregs
Talmidim consume the Shirayim  (MK14:23)
Talmidim consume the wine.
Explain it (LK22:19, 1CO11:24)
Remember whenever drank (MT26:28, MK14:24, LK22:20, 1CO11:25) 
Didn't drink again 2 (MT26:29, MK14:25)
Finally recite Al HaMichya (MT26:30, MK14:26)


If you have sufficiently eaten of the Seudah Shlishit (at least K'Zait of Mazon) and have the following minimum items:
  • a bentsher, 
  • a patten of keZayit Mazon 
  • a cup of 2 revits of wine
1) it is time to start preparations for Eucharistic Havdalah & Shirayim and begin the Pasukim (as per MK6:41, LK24:30, etc.) by saying:
"Ata Chonantanu"
"Baruch ha-mavdil bein kodesh le-chol"
Then no one may eat anything from now on until the Master of Ceremonies has consumed the Eucharistic Havdalah toast.

2) Tap the cup

3) Rinse fingers

4) Light the torch saying:
"Baruch Ata Adonai Eloheinu Melelkh ha Olam borei mi'Orei HaEish.

5) After that there will be a Hillelite censing hymning:
"Baruch Ata Adonai Eloheinu Melelkh ha Olam borei minei Besamim.

6) Pslam

The Seudah Shlishit Tish can go on long into the night for hours after the official end of the Yomtov/Sabbath (Acts 20:7-12).

7) Eulogy (Pasukim)

8) After the Eulogy it is time to break up the shirayim into l'Zeit croutons saying "Take and eat. This is my body. "(MT26:26, MK14:22) but no one may eat anything yet until the Master of Ceremonies has consumed the Havdalah toast.

9) Next the Master of Ceremonies pours the Eucharistic Havdalah cup. Raise the cup in your right hand and say the Eucharist (Birkat HaMazon):

"Yehoshuah, hotzienu barukh ata al haeretz hatova."
Eucharist (Birkat HaMazon)
Conclude the Eucharist (Birkat HaMazon) with:
"Baruch Ata Adonai Eloheinu Melelkh ha Olam borei Peri HaGafen." 

(Shammutis take the cup on the left hand to cense at this point then take the cup in right hand again.)

Then recite Havdalah saying:
"Baruch Ata Adonai Eloheinu Melelkh ha Olam,
HaMavdil bein Kodesh leKol
Bein Or leHoshek
Bein Israel leAmim
Bein Yom haShevi leSheishet Yamei haMaaseh
Barukh Ata Adonai
HaMavdil Bein Kodesh leKol

10) Then the Master of Ceremonies consumes the Havdalah toast

11) and passes the dregs around saying:
"Take this and Drink from it, all of you.
I tell you, I will not drink of the fruit of the vine from now on until that day when I drink it anew with you in My Father’s kingdom." (MT26:27, LK22:17-18)

12) Only now can the congregants finally
eat the distributed l'Zayit Crouton Shirayim
and drink the dregs of wine (MK14:23)
as Afikomen Mezonot in place of Melaveh Malka.

13) Afterwards the clergy sing:
"This is my body which is given for you.
Do this in memory of me. (LK22:19, 1CO11:24)
This is the cup of the new eternal covenant in my blood which is poured out for many for the forgiveness of sins.
Do this as often as you drink it in memory of me. (MT26:28, MK14:24, LK22:20, 1CO11:25)
I will not drink of the fruit of the vine from now on until that day when I drink it anew with you in My Father’s kingdom." (MT26:29, MK14:25)

14) The sacred toast should be followed by the short AL HaMichya grace after Mezanot (MT26:30, MK14:26):
Blessed are You, L-rd our G‑d, King of the universe, for the vine and for the fruit of the vine, and for the produce of the field, and for the precious, good, and spacious land which You have graciously given as a heritage to our ancestors, to eat of its fruit and to be satiated with its goodness. Have mercy, L-rd our G‑d, on Your Israel's people, on Jerusalem Your city, on Zion the abode of Your glory, on Your altar, and on Your Temple. Rebuild Jerusalem, the holy city, speedily in our days, and bring us up to it and make us rejoice in it, and we will bless You in holiness and purity.
(On Rosh Chodesh: Remember us for good on this day of Rosh Chodesh.
 On Pesach: Remember us for good on this Feast of.. )
For You, L-rd, are good and do good to all, and we offer thanks to You for the land and for the sustenance and for the fruit of the vine.
Blessed are You L-rd, for the land and for the sustenance and the fruit of the vine.

15) Sing: Eliyahu haNavi, Eliyahu haTishbi,
Eliyahu, Ruah Nahnu, Eliyahu haGiladi

16) Bless the water with the torch as you leave
Dip little fingernails in the Holy Water and touch them on your eyes saying:
The commandment of God is clear, enlightening the eyes.

17) Wish Shavuo Tov


The validity of an Oral Torah is proven by the fact that Rebbe Melekh HaMashiakh said that eating the Shirayim of the Trinity Meal (Seudah Shlishit) Tish of Sabbaths and Yomtovs as a Havdalah afikomen is his real body (the Lamb) which is given for us and told us to do it in memory of him. The act of eating the shirayim is called Birur Nitzotzot (Netzotzim) which is a type of Tikkun Olam, the Messianic work of God and the highest form of prayerful worship. It means that Tikkun Olam is His real body. Anyone involved in Tikkun Olam for the sake of keeping his memory is united to him in spiritual flesh. Of all the mitzvahs Rebbe Melekh HaMashiakh could have told us to do as his Ethical Will he chose only this Kabbalic-Mishnaic one alone proving that the Kabbalah and Mishnah are each just as much a Torah as the Pentateuch is. Hence we use the plural word Tawrat to refer to all three.

After regular weekly Sabbaths the conclusion also makes use of light from Candle flame and a Censer of Besamim in which case the order is:
0) "Ata Chonantanu" OR "Baruch ha-mavdil bein kodesh le-chol"
1) HaEish (Candles)
2) Besamim Hillel (1st Censing)
3a) Pesukim (Eulogia)
3b) Birkat HaMazon Shirayim (Eucharistic breaking of bread)
3c) Yain (Wine blessing) 
4) Besamim Shammai (2nd Censing)
5) Havdalah (Sanctification)
6) Eat & Drink Shirayim
7) Al HaMichya (Hymn)
MT13:44 elaborates on Rebbe Melekh HaMashiakh's injunction to carfeully keep safe the conclusion of Seudah Shlishit with Birur Netzotzim Shirayim and Birkat HaMazon Havdalah as the treasure of eternal life for every Sabbath and Yomtov as in all Kabbalic-Mishna-True practice. The Mishnah (Pesachim 113a) si indicates that it is not the Seudah Shlishit itself but its conclusion to distinguish the Holiness of Sabbaths and Yomtovs from Kol HaMoed and other days by reciting Havdalah over the Kos Shel Berakha which guarantees one a place in the world to come* -interpreted as the only act that nourishes the real (i.e. spirit) body's Luz bone from which we will be resurrected.

This Gospel was to be taught to all nations in order to gather and raise (convert) the scattered lost souls of the Children of Israel from Rome (Crucifixion) to life (Judaery).

*The Talmud records how the Mishnah was corrupted by the Gemara. For example, the Mishnah recorded by Rabbi Yoḥanan said: Three people are among those who inherit the World-to-Come: One who lives in Eretz Yisrael; one who raises his sons to engage in Torah study; and one who recites havdala over wine at the conclusion of Shabbat. The Gemara asks: What is the special importance of that mitzva, to recite havdala over wine? The Gemara answers: This is referring to an individual with only a small amount of wine, who nevertheless leaves some of his kiddush wine for havdala.

In addition to the corruptions of the Gemara, contemporary Judaism further lost the significance of Seudat Shlishit Shirayim as Birur Netzotzim by developing folklore about being among one's people Israel for the departure of the Neshama Yoter as only after weekly Sabbaths but not after each Yom Tov and nourishing the Luz bone as Melaveh Malka only for Motzei Shabbat with a new snack to replace the Seudah Shlishit's Shirayim.

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