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

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

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

From an article on

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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Henry Paterson