Tamuz is the fourth month in the Hebrew Calendar.
Rosh Chodesh – Aspect of Keter
from 2nd of the month to the 8th – aspect of Chokmah
9th to 15th – Binah
16th to 22nd – Zeir Anpin
23rd to End of Month – Malchut

Days of the week and related energy levels
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
Chessed Gevurah Tiferet Netzach Hod Yessod Malchut
בלע יובב חושם הדד בן בדד שמלה שאול בעל חנן


Verse (Exodus 26:19,20)  
Sequence from 42 letters name (Ana B’Choach)
Sefira level Tamuz (Female, Netzach), Chokmah (year 5780) of Yessod (decade) of Hod (Century) of Yessod (Millennia)
Zodiac Sign

Cancer – ח

Letter of the month


Planet ירח- Moon
Tribe Judah – יהודה
Priestly stone Turquoise – נפך


Tzadikim for this month


Rabbi Klonymos Kalman Halevi Epstein

Chassidic leader, student of Rabbi Elimelech of Lizhensk. His book ‘Maor Vashemesh’ offers profound Chassidic insights interwoven with kabbalistic thoughts, arranged according to the weekly Torah portions.

Maor Vashemesh


Yosef HaTzaddik (Joseph The Righteous)



Rabbi Nachman of Haradanka

Rabbi Nachman of Horodenka was a Hasidic leader

A disciple of the Baal Shem Tov.



Rabbi Avraham of Trisk

Son of the tzaddik, Rabbi Mordechai of Chernobyl. His book ‘Magen Avraham’ includes guidelines for Yeshiva students.

Maggid of Trisk


Rabbi Nachman of Horodenka

Rabbi Nachman of Horodenka was a Hasidic leader

A disciple of the Baal Shem Tov.



Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson

Chassidic leader, “the Rebbe”- of the Chabad-Lubavitch movement.

Lubavitcher Rebbe


Rabbi Pinchas Halevi Horowitz

A student of The Maggid of Mezritch. Head rabbi of Frankfurt-on-the-Main (Germany) from 1772 to 1805.



Rabbi Yaacov ben Meir

Grandson of Rashi. Tosafist, halachist, teacher.

Rabbeinu Tam


Rabbi Pinchas HaLevi Horowitz

Rabbi Pinchas HaLevi Horowitz was a rabbi and Talmudist.



Rabbi Baruch Frankel-Teomim

A Rabbi, Talmudist  

Baruch Taam


Rabbi Eliyahu Mani

Kabbalist, an associate of the Ben Ish Chai, rabbi of Hebron.



Rabbi Yosef Shlomo Dayan

Testified to be one of the “36 hidden Righteous” of his generation! 



Rabbi Yekusiel Yehudah Halberstam

Rabbi Yekusiel Yehudah Halberstam (January 10, 1905 – June 18, 1994) was an Orthodox rabbi and the founding Rebbe of the Sanz-Klausenburg Hasidic dynasty.

Shefa Chayim


Rabbi Nathan (Nata) ben Moses Hannover

Rabbi Nathan (Nata) ben Moses Hannover (Hebrew: נתן נטע הנובר) was a Talmudist and kabbalist



Rabbi Tzvi Hirsh of Zidichov

Chassidic leader and Kabbalist. Student of the Chozeh of Lublin. His famous book Ateret Tzvi is a commentary on the Zohar.



Rabbi Yaacov ben Asher

Posek, Chumash commentator, and codifier. His fame rests on his encyclopedic Halachic codification Arbaah Turim which is the forerunner of our Shulchan Aruch today.

Baal HaTurim


Rabbi Jacob ben Asher

Jacob ben Asher, also known as Ba’al ha-Turim as well as Rabbi Yaakov ben Raash (Rabbeinu Asher), was probably born in the Holy Roman Empire at Cologne about 1269 and probably died at Toledo, then in the Kingdom of Castile, about 1343

Ba’al ha-Turim


Rabbi Mordechai of Kremnitz

Rabbi Mordechai of Kremnitz (- 13th of Tamuz 5580) was a fourth-generation Chassidic Rebbe. The son of Rabbi Yechiel Michal Mazlotov.



Rabbi Yosef of Trani

Posek (ordained-judge), Talmudist, and head rabbi of Kushta (Turkey).



All the Tzadikim



Rabbi Chaim ben Atar

Ḥayyim ben Moshe ibn Attar is also known as the Or ha-Ḥayyim after his popular commentary on the Pentateuch was a Talmudist and kabbalist



Aryeh Leib ben Asher Gunzburg

Rabbi Aryeh Leib ben Asher Gunzburg (Hebrew: אריה ליב גינסבורג) (c. 1695 – June 23, 1785), also known as the Shaagas Aryeh, was a Lithuanian rabbi and author.

Shaagas Aryeh


Rabbi Chaim ben Atar

Torah commentator, kabbalist, Talmudist. His book ‘Ohr HaChaim’ is a famous commentary on the Torah.

Ohr HaChaim Hakodosh


Rabbi Chaim Pinto Hagadol

Rabbi Haim Pinto’s reputation was so great that all Morocco resonated with accounts of his miracles and wonders, and this from his most early years



Rabbi Chaim ben Rabbi Mosheh ibn Attar

Rabbi Chaim ben Rabbi Mosheh ibn Attar was born in Morocco, in a family that had produced outstanding Torah scholars and Rabbis



Rabbi Abba Chalafta

Rabbi Chalafta was a third-generation Tana, served as the spiritual leader of Tzipori and father of the well known Tana Rabbi Yossi



Chur ben Miriam

Chur was the son of Miriam the Prophetess and Kalev.



Rabbi Yitzhak HaLevi Herzog

Rabbi Yitzhak HaLevi Herzog (Hebrew: יצחק אייזיק הלוי הרצוג‎) also known as Isaac Herzog or Hertzog, was the first Chief Rabbi of Ireland



Rabbi Natan Neta Hanover

Talmudist, darshan, kabbalist.



Rabbi Eliyahu Baal Shem

Kabbalist, leader of the Nistarim.



Rabbi Avrohom Mattisyohu Friedman

Rabbi Avrohom Mattisyohu Friedman The second Stefaneshter Rebbe was considered to be one of the hidden tzaddikim of his generation. Many stories were told about the miracles he effected.

The Tzaddik of Shtapensht


Rabbi Menuch Hendel ben Shmarya

Rabbi Menuch Hendel ben Shmarya (in the Rabbinic spelling: Manuch Hendil. Brasztecke, Volhyn, Poland-Lithuania – 22 Tammuz, 1611, Vienna) was a rabbi and arbiter, Talmudic commentator, scholar, Kabbalist, 



Rabbi Shlomo of Karlin

Chassidic leader



Rabbi Shlomo HaLevi of Karlin

Rabbi Shlomo HaLevi (Dynasty of Aaron Hakohen Hagadol in 1496- B.C.) was the Rabbi of Karlin the “Spiritual brother” of Rabby Aaron Hagadol of Karlin.



Rabbi Moshe Cordovero




Rabbi Menahem Azariah da Fano

Rabbi Menahem Azariah da Fano (also called Immanuel da Fano, and Rema MiPano) (1548 – 1620) was an Italian rabbi, Talmudist, and Kabbalist.



Rabbi Meir Rottenberg

Rabbi Meir of Apta, the Ohr Lashamayim  was a disciple of Yakov Yitzhak, the Chozeh or Seer of Lublin . He is referred to by his 1850 work Or Lashamayim.

Ba’al Ohr LaShamayim


Rabbi Aaron Berechiah ben Moses ben Nehemiah

Rabbi Aaron Berechiah ben Moses ben Nehemiah of Modena was an Italian Kabbalist



Rabbi Moshe Teitelbaum

Rabbi Moshe Teitelbaum, also known as the Yismach Moshe, was the Rebbe of Ujhely (Sátoraljaújhely) in Hungary

Yismach Moshe


Rabbi Yaakov Shaul Elyashar

Rabbi Yaakov Shaul Elyashar , also known as Yisa Berakhah, was a 19th-century Sephardi rabbi in Ottoman Syria. He became Sephardi Chief Rabbi of Palestine in 1893.

Yisa Berakhah


Rabbi Shlomo Yitzchaki

Greatest of all commentators



Johanan HaSandlar

One of the main students of Rabbi Akiva and a contemporary of Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai