background: The fate of the Vilna Ga'on is an ancient mystical and mysterious ritual Which goes to the hearts of the rabbis of Jerusalem. It is forbidden and is carried out very rarely and only in times of great distress and distress. In order to bring fate down, we need an ancient Torah scroll written in two columns. They ask that they open the book at random and count seven here and seven, and the verse that falls in fate is the answer. About the play: Inspired by this wonderful and tragic story, the visual work on this point was created from various directions as a constitutive point that connects the Jewish myth (the Kabbalistic ceremony) and a founding myth in the Zionist ethos (the 35th story) and grants religious legitimacy and a dimension of holiness to the fallen and the ideals they represent. In which the Zionist narrative and the Jewish narrative have found such a strong and dramatic point of reference whose influence is still evident today.