"Shaya started to walk away, trying to find an escape route. He came to a balustrade about four feet high. He was on the top of the Temple Mount, overlooking the Western Wall. But something was wrong, he thought, this isn't the correct location of the Sanhedrin on the Temple Mount. He heard a female voice praying, becoming louder and louder, then he looked down and at a distance of about 100 yards saw Hanna praying feverishly next to the Wall. Her head was covered with dirt and she was wearing a purple prayer shawl. Shaya wanted to scream he climbed over the balustrade and was hanging from the other side but it was a long way down and Hanna didn't notice him, in fact she was leaving the area with her roommate and Rabbi Smahlanovich. The sky became dark and gray and then turned into a copper plate that slid open like the roof of an observatory and the hand of God descended and the Rebbe of Nefsharda was riding on it, and the hand came down to the plaza and there was a terrible wind and Shaya could barely maintain his grip on the wall and he woke up..."