An Overlooked Truth About the Shemitah

Posted on May 11, 2017         By Judge Anna Von Reitz  . The Shemitah is a holy mystery associated with the “Sabbath of Years”. Every Seventh Year in the Sacred Calendar of the Hebrews is what we farmers would call a “fallow year”. The land is to lay fallow. The vineyards are to rest. People, too, and are instructed to store up for the Shemitah so that they can rest and the poor may be taken care of in the year without harvest. The last day of the Shemitah Year falls on the last day of Elul, … Continue reading

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