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originally posted by: infolurker
a reply to: 2012newstart
Yahshua HaMashiach was and is the true and only Messiah.
The "false Messiah" is fully anticipated shortly.
originally posted by: TheConstruKctionofLight
a reply to: Aedaeum
Hows he supposed to come in on a spaceship when he doesn't look old enough to drive a car?
According to Daniel’s comment, Rabbi Moses Cordovero, a 16th century Talmudic scholar, philosopher and mystical rabbi, connects the Star of Jacob, mentioned in Numbers 24:17, to Nibiru. In this verse, Balaam, the non-Jewish prophet, spoke of a star issuing from Jacob.
Daniel points to Rabbi Cordovero’s commentary on this verse in the Zohar, Judaism’s most important mystical text. Daniel claims that Rabbi Cordovero described the look of the star and even gave the date of its appearance as “the 25th day of the six month.” Counting from the first Hebrew month of Nisan, which falls in the spring, the sixth month is Elul. The 25th day of Elul this year corresponds to September 28. If Daniel is correct in his understanding of Rabbi Cordovero’s commentary, Nibiru won’t appear on March 26, but will appear on September 28. Read more at www.breakingisraelnews.com...
A second confirmation comes from Rabbi Nir Ben Artzi, a mystical rabbi from Southern Israel who is well-known in Israel for his prophetic messages. image: www.breakingisraelnews.com... Rabbi Nir Ben Artzi (Photo: תאיר נרי בנשיאות הרב ניר בן ארצי שליטא" Official Facebook Page of Rabbi Nir Ben Artzi) Rabbi Nir Ben Artzi (Photo: תאיר נרי בנשיאות הרב ניר בן ארצי שליטא” Official Facebook Page of Rabbi Nir Ben Artzi) Menachem Robinson, a retired electronics engineer and US Army officer, has been blogging about Nibiru consistently for many months. Robinson recently wrote about a private communication about Nibiru he received from Rabbi Ben Artzi. According to Robinson, Rabbi Ben Artzi confirmed that “There will be chaos and devastation from the debris that accompanies Nibiru. It will cause chaos and great upheaval on Earth.” Nevertheless, Rabbi Ben Artzi assured Robinson that “nothing will happen in the Holy Land of Israel. Everything will be good in Israel.The Holy Land of Israel is protected and safe; there is salvation and the Messiah who guards and protects.” Robinson concluded that, although Rabbi Ben Artzi confirmed that Nibiru is real, he did not attach a date to it. In addition, Rabbi Ben Artzi’s message indicates “that it is not as big as many sources are reporting.” It’s unclear whether he means Nibiru itself or the effects of its orbit on Earth. Read more at www.breakingisraelnews.com...
To date, the biggest name associated with this story is Rabbi Moshe Sternbuch, a very prominent rabbi in Jerusalem. Although he did not verify an apocalyptic scenario, he did tell his student, Rabbi Daniel Travis, that there are big changes coming to the world. He also explained that the appearance of a star at the End of Days is plainly spoken of in the Zohar, Judaism’s primary mystical text. Read more at www.breakingisraelnews.com...
On a video featured on the Israeli website Sod1820, Rabbi Yitzchak Cohen’s voice is heard above images of news stories from Fox News and Next News Network about Nibiru. Sod1820 is an all-Hebrew website dedicated to informing its mystically-inclined Israeli readers about topics such as End of Days, kabbalah (the mystical Jewish tradition), Bible codes and gematria (the system of calculating and interpreting the numerical values of Hebrew words). Read more at www.breakingisraelnews.com...
Speaking to Breaking Israel News, Ovadia addressed the question of why so many people, even religious Jews, have a hard time accepting that Nibiru is real. First he spoke about the effectiveness of NASA’s efforts to hide the truth for the past 30 years. “Plus, every time you confront a person with something that he is not used to, or something which is a big surprise to him, that might shake up his ground, making him feel unsafe, his first reaction would be ‘it’s all nonsense’. This is a normal reaction. Read more at www.breakingisraelnews.com...