Ariel Sharon’s Death: The *yawn* End Is Near

Posted by Henry Paterson | January 13, 2014 56

Oh, I surely do enjoy bringing the End of the World stories. I should start a file.

From an article on Disinformation.com


Rabbi Yitzhak Kaduri

Does Ariel Sharon’s Death Bode the Second Coming?
By Kowality Jesus on January 12, 2014

Does a note left by a venerated Orthodox Rabbi shortly before his death indicate that the Apocalypse and the ’1000 years of peace’ are just around the corner?

Rabbi Yitzhak Kaduri died in Israel in 2006 at the age of 108. At his funeral 24 hours later it is estimated that 2 or 3 hundred-thousand people flooded the streets of Jerusalem to pay tribute to the “mystic sage.”

On Sept 24th 2001, he prophesied that “On Hashanah Rabba the actual war of Gog and Magog will commence and last for some 7 years.” Auspiciously, on the eve of Hashanah Rabba on Oct 7th 2001, the United States began strikes against Al Qaeda training camps in Afghanistan. A year later during Rosh Hashanah in October 2005, he raised his head after a a period of deep concentration and declared, “The soul of the Messiah has attached itself to a person in Israel” and he would honor his promise to guide his people through a “time of trouble.” In his last prophesy before death, he declared that he had met the Messiah, and he will come shortly after the death of Ariel Sharon.

Hashanah Rabba  is the seventh day of the Jewish holiday of Sukkot, 21st day of Tishrei which occurs somewhere in September-October. The Jewish months being based on cycles of the moon make it an inexact equivalent to the January-December calendar.

In a much debated note, supposed to have been left by Kaduri to be opened after his death it is claimed he states:

“Yarim Ha’Am Veyokhiakh Shedvaro Vetorato Omdim” is the phonetic pronunciation of the Hebrew phrase in bold. The initials of this phrase spell “Yehoshua,” which is another way of spelling the name Jesus. The members of Kaduri’s Ultra-Orthodox semniary, Nahalat Yitzhak Yeshiva, scrambled to explain that the Rabbi had not left the exact instructions for decoding the message. Among the deflated comments appearing on web forums were “So Rabbi Kaduri was a Christian?” and “The Christians are dancing and celebrating.”

And this of course leads to some serious questions, like a Rabbi possibly identifying Jesus as the Messiah. Jewish tradition holds that Jesus was not the messiah, but a false messiah.

Judaism generally views Jesus as one of a number of false messiahs who have appeared throughout history. Jesus is viewed as having been the most influential, and consequently the most damaging, of all false messiahs


Ariel Sharon

Bible Searchers website has the story of Rabbi Kaduri’s vision.

With these in mind, the soul of the Messiah is given to the future Messiah by the Almighty One, according to the Jewish sages. Not long after Rabbi Yitzhak Kaduri announced that “soul of the Mashiach has attached itself to a person in Israel”, he was in a private audience with an elderly “talmid chacham” or a “wise student” which is usually a description of a good Torah scholar. Let us read of this encounter.

On October 31, 2005, an account of a surreal event was posted on the Moshiah and Geula End of Days Forum titled, “Rabbi Kaduri met the Moshiah (Messiah).”

Moshiah and Geula – The venerable Kabbalist took the hand of his visitor, a talmid chacham beyond his years, which were less than half of the rabbi blessing him. “May Hashem guide you,” the 105-year Kabbalist began to bless. “May He provide you with the proper understanding and courage to do His work on His behalf, saving His children from further despair.”

The middle-aged rabbi looked up slowly. He had been looking towards the ground with head bowed in reverence to the great sage. He had come for a blessing for Torah learning, like the many who remained in the small and crowded waiting room behind him, and for the ability to judge matters of his congregation accurately. However, the sage seemed to have gone far beyond this and he raised his eyes to understand why.

However, the elderly rabbi said no more. Their eyes met, and immediately the younger rabbi felt pierced by the Kabbalists deep and probing vision. However, at the same time he felt his warmth and affection and was mesmerized somewhat. Several seconds passed before he once again became aware of the passage of time and knew that he had to move on.

But those eyes. They were saying something. What was it? What were they saying that could not be articulated by words? What message was supposed to be communicated . . . or was communicated . . . on the level of the soul perhaps? What did he see . . . in me? He felt spiritually penetrated. And he felt different but he did not know why. Something had been activated inside of him but he did not know what.

He slowly and gently pulled his hand from that of the Kabbalists. He began to turn around to go, but was compelled to look once again into the eyes of the great rabbi. This time he did not turn around again, but walked away backwards, never taking his eyes away from the sage until he had passed through the door and was out of sight. Then he paused once, looked back into the direction from which he had come, turned around and left . . . a different person.

In the meantime, the rabbi’s assistance returned. “Shall I invite the next person to come in?” he inquired, sensing that the sage was somewhat distracted, no affected. There was a slight pause. The rabbi’s assistance was oldish, loyal, and rarely paid attention to the faces of those whom he ushered in to his master’s study for sagely advice, a blessing, or both. All were good qualities, except that the gabbai (attendant) had wished he had for once paid closer attention to the face of the previous visitor. For, what his master said he had never heard him utter before, and what a difference it would have made if only he could put a face to it:

“I have just seen the face of Moshiach.”

Now NASA is being pulled into the story.

Possibly the most dire sign of end of days, Phil from Duck Dynasty being censured for his comments. Practically the first horseman.

I watched as the Lamb opened the first of the seven seals. Then I heard one of the four living creatures say in a voice like thunder, “Come and see!” I looked, and there before me was a white horse! Its rider held a bow, and he was given a crown, and he rode out as a conqueror bent on conquest.

A timeline of Yitzhak Kaduri’s prophecies can be viewed HereAriel Sharon died on Saturday, Jan 11th 2014, so buckle up it’s going to be a bumpy ride.

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I would like nothing more than the proof of various cryptids, alien civilizations, even alien visitors to be found. But that proof will come only through rigorous science and objective analysis, and by holding evidence to the highest standards of scrutiny. Born in south eastern Pennsylvania, i have found myself at one time or another living in Chicago, Cleveland, Raleigh-Durham, on the island of Kaua'i and finally landed on the Olympic Peninsula of Washington State. I have turned my hand to various professions from early work in 3d graphics to historic building restoration, carpentry and log home building to working in a bronze art foundry on the WWII Veterans Memorial. Currently I am a writer, script writer and working for a non profit organization called Empowerment Through Connection which is involved in equine assisted therapy for veterans, at risk teens and women.

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56 Responses

  • Nyarlathotep

    Religions have been been predicting the end of the world since religions began, and we are all still here.
    So yeah, *yawn*.

  • Henry

    And the faithful continue to believe.

  • Les of Queensland

    Yep, your asleep, Is what they told Noah, only took a 120 years again with a don’t believe and the ship sailed away. Are you going to miss the boat??????????

  • Nyarlathotep

    I’m asleep? You’re the one living in a delusion.

  • Nyarlathotep

    I’ll be the one laughing when nothing happens this year or next. Like i was with Harold Camping’s prediction, Y2K, 5-5-2000, 12-21-2012 and all the others that freaks and nutjobs keep coming up with to frighten people to go to church and donate their money to make the church’s rich. A fool and his money are soon departed.

  • Les of Queensland

    I am not a churchie and also know tithing is not the message for people and you can laugh, but you have to be awake to do so

  • Nyarlathotep

    Want to see some more nonsense, check out the trailer for a Documentary called “The Principle”. Lawrence Krauss appears in it, although they just took footage of him from other sources. He called the documentary nonsense. I got into an argument with someone on the American Atheist’s site about it and asked for quotes and sources, for which I gave him. I also posted that Krauss said that they were using him to sell something he didn’t subscribe to. He removed his post shortly after that. I got all my quotes from Krauss’s twitter feed.

  • Nyarlathotep

    Ugh, I can’t believe I watched that whole video. I have a headache now.

  • IThinkso

    Epically sensational…no wonder, Paul Hellyer among others, is quoted as saying “They are here among us”.

  • radioredrafts

    There is a difference between “on” and “one the eve of”. Not a huge one… OK, it’s huge. And very significant. One’s a hit and the other’s a miss.

  • radioredrafts

    Or as Maxwell Smart would say: “Missed it by THAT MUCH.”

  • radioredrafts

    I am going to make my usual prediction for this time of the year and say that the world will not end this year. I’ve made this prediction for the past eight years and never been wrong.

  • Henry

    Sure, but the apocalypse takes place over seven years, after the Rapture.

  • radioredrafts

    I won’t insult your knowledge by enumerating the ways in which seven is symbolic, but I think it’s safe to say that people who predict the end of the world are right far less often then the people who tell them to shut up.

    Eventually, I’m sure, someone will get unlucky and actually pick the date. But it’s monkeys and typewriters all the way… or maybe prognosticators and facebook pages, if Facebook is still around.

  • Les of Queensland

    where does it say world will end, it say world without end, only difference is it will not be as we already know it. try finding out about the Russian Cobalt Bomb, will it work and burn the earth up, nuclear bombs in stock pile can remove the earth 23 times. is their a way out of this, YOUR CHOICE

  • radioredrafts

    The world will end someday, alright? Don’t hold your breath waiting for it, though. You’ll turn blue.

    Or it could end in the next ten seconds, I don’t k

    ;}

  • Nyarlathotep

    Just another whackjob who wants the world to end. Won’t happen. Even if our civilization is wiped out and mankind is extinct the world will move on and we will be nothing but dust and ruins.

  • Les of Queensland

    what a colorful assumption, why are you so worried

  • Nyarlathotep

    This is probably just a ploy, what better way to get people to go to church, donate money than by scaring them into believing.

  • Les of Queensland

    Funny that all can comment on something they know little about. the Elohim of Israel is Yahweh and he is not the GOD of the whole world, but the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob in line. 10.5 tribes were divorced and Judah and half the tribe of Benjamin remained. He came by his word (Yeshua) to welcome back as his bride the children of Israel and had to die to do so. Only a remnant will be saved, do you personally know him

  • radioredrafts

    Sucks if you’re not Jewish, I guess.

  • Les of Queensland

    I’m not Jewish and not of the Churches. I am one of the 10.5 Cast off (Divorced) tribes of Israel, called the House of Israel, not the House of Judah, but both have to come to YAHWEH through his word (Yeshua). The name YHWH were the first letters on the execution stake and died to redeem his bride, By the way I am MESSIANIC and clothed in his glory

  • radioredrafts

    Bono had the same complex once.

  • Les of Queensland

    So did the ADVERSARY and will never get over it

  • radioredrafts

    Guess you had to post something.

  • Nyarlathotep

    Nonsense is apparently better than nothing.

  • Nyarlathotep

    Thats nice. All wrapped up in your glorious grandeur of self important delusion.

  • Les of Queensland

    I’M SMILING

  • Nyarlathotep

    Right, I know nothing about it. How many “End of the world Prophecies” have come true? NONE! Religions use it as a scare tactic to get more converts. There is No “god” there is no such thing as “elohim” its all superstition. Its all superstitious nonsense.

  • IThinkso

    Time is a creation and is mind boggling. Do you really know Big Bang (fairy tale) occurred 15 (?) billion years ago? or it is just a theory.

  • Henry

    With the discovery of the Higgs Boson, the last gap in The Standard Model, which describes the first fractions of a second of the beginning of this Universe is filled. Between that, mapping the cosmic background radiation, and for lack of a better term, reverse engineering how those elements come to exist, yes we know the Big Bang happened.

    How it happened remains open to conjecture, but stuck at conjecture as well. Anyone who wants to can fill that gap with whatever they like, but doing so remains conjecture and never evidence until something measurable presents itself.

  • IThinkso

    Scientific fairy tales are magical, aren’t they?

  • Not 1/10th as magical as the religious ones, and infinitely more accurate.

  • IThinkso

    Infinitely?!… some of us may wish this numerical agent never existed, which scientific equations can’t deny. The reality of which foretold all along by divines, in terms of the eternity, the eternal life, the eternal time…The Eternal.

    Infinite time is a destroyer. Lets see what it does, ..it turns, 15 billion years into 0 (zero), 120+ present human max life span into 0 (zero), ….and the time between first human and the final hour into 0 (zero)….so there is nothing magical about the promise that, “The end is near”.

    …and now please don’t go scrambling around to change the Big Bang fairy tale from 15 billion to infinite years… just to fill that gap with some magical theory, which has been happening all along.

  • radioredrafts

    It’s OK, I’m bad at math too. We all live by our strengths.

  • radioredrafts

    Ah, ratio! Now you’re making sense. But really, the earth could end five minutes from now, or billions of years from now. So to say “the end is near” based on the unimaginable concept of infinity is self-perpetuating; the end has been near since the beginning, but if the beginning and the end are at the extremes… where is infinity? You can’t have infinity if the end is near. ^~ I remember that from math, at least.

  • radioredrafts

    (self-perpetuating from the point of someone who’s really bad at math, that is. It’s really OK, we can’t all be Einsteins and wow, that last post of mine really did end better than it started, didn’t it?)

  • IThinkso

    Fair, … the divines are warning mankind all along, not to fall into devils deceptions in this temptational, but temporary abode, The Earth, because the life hereafter is infinite (eternal) …. Paradise (bliss) or Hell (abyss).

    Where is infinity?…the infinite life hereafter is what is making the life (time) span on earth, 0 (zero).

  • Nyarlathotep

    Some magical theory, what do you think “God did it..” is. I would rather believe what science says than what some bronze age book of fiction, a crusty old preacher and some random dude who has no credibility on the internet tells me.
    Krauss, Tyson, Hawking, all make more sense and have the knowledge and schooling behind them backing themselves up than you ever will.
    “God did it… ” “The Eternal did it…” “The whatever i believe in but have no proof did it but I believe it anyways…” is more magical than anything those real scientists say. Science deals with facts not fiction.

  • Nyarlathotep

    Gravity is just a theory and we have plenty of evidence for it, just as we do for the big bang. Read Lawrence Krauss’s Universe from Nothing. The whole “God did it” argument will never pass true scientific scrutiny. Just because we don’t know what caused the big bang or how exactly the universe came into existence right now doesn’t mean we will never know.

  • IThinkso

    Gravity is among the signs, the fact, not theory. Even animal kingdom is programmed to utilize it, let alone the layman and the others, in their daily life.

    And, this intelligent & majestic universe can’t be the product of a chaotic abyss, the big bang…it is mainly a belief, not a theory …layman, and others can live without it during their daily life … but belief is what distinguishes right from wrong… and is the gateway to eternal bliss or abyss……we have time till our last breath, ONLY…and the guidance is from, The Eternal, we just have to ask, with humbleness.

  • Les of Queensland

    Prepare to meet the creator, not through a church, nor through others beliefs, but your own. maybe you will not get to greet him. out of the (your) heart , your mouth speaks, so many yell out the name and like you do not believe. same as saying NAAA. Try your politicians, that’s fear and stress due to your choices, that’s superstitious and nonsense

  • Nyarlathotep

    I met my creator, or one of them, My father. He and my mother created me. You offer no proof or evidence of “god” you just spout nonsense and fiction. Nothing you say scares me, because I know what the truth is. There is no god. I wasted years of my life looking for him and more than willing to accepting him into my life and heart. I went to many different churches, spoken to preachers and pastors. Not once did “god” ever present himself to me, not once did his “holy spirit” fill me that people like you always claim. I prayed and I searched. You know where it lead me? No where’s. god wasn’t there. The phone wasn’t even ringing. Nothing you say will convince me otherwise. Say what you want. I know the truth because I spent years searching for it and I FOUND NOTHING. No god, No jesus, No higher power. NOTHING> You are worshiping a lie and something that isnt even there. So say what you want, believe what you want, thats fine. But its your delusion. I know the reality of things and that is this is the one shot I have in this universe and I will enjoy it while I can. Once I die, nothing will greet me and I will cease to exist. No heaven, no hell, Just oblivion and true final peace.

  • Nyarlathotep

    Basically, your threats mean nothing to me.

  • Les of Queensland

    Why does everything have to do with a church, sure you found nothing, I found very little there also, except money changers. Your searching has kept you going and one day you will fall into the hole you never expected, there is no peace in being dead.

  • MysteryHunter

    Its gonna suck for you when you get to the “other side.”

  • DhampyrSlayer

    Oh look a Lovecraft fan who doesn’t believe in God…how shocking…. I do feel very sorry for you…You claim to spend years looking for God when all you did was harden your heart and now you may miss out on “true final peace.” But hey it’s “your one shot” spend it how you want, who needs forgiveness and redemption anyways…obviously not you, you have reality all figured out.

  • wade

    funny how noah was mocked for his words, and so it is now.

  • radioredrafts

    Objectively, the idea that he got two of every kind of animal on a boat that could fit in an aircraft hangar is… mockable, and undeniably so. Not that I’m telling you what to believe; hey, believe whatever you want. ^—^’

  • radioredrafts

    How about this: Maybe Noah was real, and he did manage to save some animals, but not all, and maybe there were other Noahs all around the world who were doing the same thing. Maybe Noah was actually a climatologist, and by the time the story was written down, there was no longer a word for climatology that people would understand. Does the Bible ever say what he did for a living? Probably not, but if he was real (big IF), I’d bet money he was a scientist of some sort and not a prognosticator like our friend and erstwhile numerical prophet Harold Camping.

    Again, believe whatever you want…. BTW, I know some people are capable of taking everything in the Bible literally, but I honest-to-God cannot understand how they do it.

  • MysteryHunter

    I know some people who would take you seriously, but I honestly cannot understand how they do it.

  • Nyarlathotep

    A year from now, we will be looking back at this and laughing because NOTHING will happen and people like you will just go to some other ridiculous prophecy that wont come true to hold you over until the next one.

  • radioredrafts

    OK, my hip-waders are shot, my underwear is getting muddy and I have a nasty feeling someone’s dogma is gonna hump my leg, so I’m getting out of this swamp. See you in the next post, maybe. :)

  • radioredrafts

    Besides, I don’t live in front of a computer keyboard, FCOL…

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