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The propehcys of Israel fulfilled ??

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posted on Jul, 12 2005 @ 11:13 AM
During the last few years, the cheif rabbi of Isreal, Shlomo Amar, has been investigating the strange prophecy of a "TALKING FISH" in the Jewish World Archives that says, "The testimony says that a carp of 9 kilos was going to be sacrificed y prepared for dinner on a saturday when it began to scream in Hebrew, saying it was a soul in pain that had died recently and giving apococliptic warnings."

The archives gives details aswell that many interpretated the voice as that of god talking to two fishermen in the market.
Others compare this testimony with the bible story of the "Burning bush" on Mount Sianai.

The, New York Times say that the story of the fish is in line with the beliefs of certain sects that believe that "sages" are reincarnated in the form of fishes.

At the end of December 2004, after the tsunami, when Amar was finishing his investiagtion, he made his own particular interpretation of the events that claimed the life of 300,000 people.
Following his beliefs, "the end of the world has begun" and he told the same to the Isreal National newspaper, confirming that " Gods angry and we must pray begging for mercy"

He also says "The nations of the world must observe the 7 laws of Noah, along with the other commandmants like not killing and infidelity."

Maybe not killing and less infidelity will slow down the end of the world, who knows, or maybe speed it up through the boredom of a vilolence and sex free existance !!

You choose !!

[edit on 12-7-2005 by andy1972]

posted on Jul, 12 2005 @ 03:52 PM
And here it is, the article straight from the NY Times.

Fis h Talks, Town Buzzes (2003)
EW SQUARE, N.Y., March 13 — And so it came to pass that a talking carp, shouting in Hebrew, shattered the calm of the New Square Fish Market and created what many here are calling a miracle.

Of course, others are calling it a Purim trick, a loopy tale worthy of Isaac Bashevis Singer or just a whopping fish story concocted by a couple of meshugenehs.

Whatever one calls it, the tale of the talking fish has spread in recent weeks throughout this tight-knit Rockland County community, populated by about 7,000 members of the Skver sect of Hasidim, and throughout the Hasidic world, inspiring heated debate, Talmudic discussions and derisive jokes.

"It said `Tzaruch shemirah' and `Hasof bah,' " he said, "which essentially means that everyone needs to account for themselves because the end is near."

Please visit the link provided for the complete story.

[edit on 12-7-2005 by dbates]

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