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It is widely discussed in Chassidish literature that the final day of chanukah - known as 'Zos Chanukah' is when the judgement from Rosh Hashanah is properly finalised. In the Sefer Orchos Aharon here on p.106 (see image) it notes how in Beis Aharon and the Bnei Yissoschor they both expressly write that Zos Chanukah represents the 'chasimah' - the sealing of ...


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I am guessing that you mean it does not start until after Hoshana Rabba. Hoshana Rabba is the last of the days of mercy. While the judgment takes places on Rosh Hashanah and sealed on Yom Kippur there is still a chance to "appeal" until Hoshana Rabba.


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