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New music: Ian Kalev Michaels – Process of Illumination

Shalom, fine Chavah fans. We’ve got some new music for you in the form of a new album contributed by the artist himself:

Ian Kalev Michaels – Process of Illumination

This is an interesting album to me. The album is rather bold, calling out sin among believers, calling out anti-Torah attitudes, calling out, as one song puts it, “neatly-tied religion.”

I think this will resonate with many of you, and unsettle others. It often uses parody to point out the foolishness of dead religion. It’s a bold, unapologetic message for Messiah and Torah.

I hope you fine Chavah fans enjoy.

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  1. Just heard Oy Vey Maria and was shocked to hear the tune, but after listening to the words I would like to personally shake Ian's hand! May YHWH bless you for this boldness.

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