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Audio: Abracadabra! "ELISHA DAVIDSON and the Letters of Fire"


A book that has opened up a new genre for fiction -but based on the Bible!



10/20/2014, 9:18 AM

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Abracadabra!  What does it really mean?

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW with the author of a new genre of books on 'Jewish Mystic Fiction'.

Some call it the 'Jewish Harry Potter', but the book, "Elisha Davidson and the Letters of Fire!" is not based on magic and fantasy, rather it is based on Torah, Jewish Mysticism/Kaballah, and 'Other Worldly" ancient Jewish knowledge taught by our sages.

The author, M. R. (Rhonda) Attar (nee Antelman) was born and educated in the U.S. (M.S. TV/Radio) and made Aliyah to Israel where she became a leading figure in the Israeli television industry launching ten TV channels—six in Israel and four worldwide. Mrs. Attar and her husband Rabbi Meir Attar live in the Jerusalem area and are the co-founders and directors of the Tomer Devorah Beit Knesset, 24/7 Beit Midrash, and Kolel Chatzot dedicated to V’ahavta L’rayeicha Kamocha (Love your Neighbor like yourself).

If you're hungry for a really GOOD book, then listen to this intriguing interview that will open up a new world to you and your kids.  Though the book is geared to please youth and adults on different levels, it certainly won't be hard to get your children to want to get in their pajamas to hear what can be a nightly bed time story - especially if they like to stretch their imaginations into a world with limitless possibilities and an 'End of Days' lesson.  

This reality-based magical trilogy will get kids to hunger for the Bible/Torah and truth, rather than spend their time on silly and damaging vampire and zombie stories that hurt their souls, rather than build their souls. 

Makes a great Bar or Bat Mitzvah or holiday gift! 

"Elisha Davidson and the Letters of Fire!has opened up a whole new genre; Adventure and Jewish Mysticism/Kaballah wrapped up in a fascinating story based on the Bible, that intrigues, and builds. You don't have to be Jewish to love this book!

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