What possible connection might there be between 9/11, war in the Middle East, and Nebuchadnezzar’s dream? Middle East conflagration involving Israel and Iran is now inevitable and there has been a deliberate build-up of events that will ensure a spin off effect to be felt across the world. Where did it begin? [Read more…] about War in the Middle East and Nebuchadnezzar’s Dream
Conspiracy Theories or Conspiracy Facts?
This is the eleventh year following the attack on the World Trade Centre. For those who were directly involved, and especially those who lost friends or relatives, the wounds are still raw. Such an outrageous and inhumane violation of all we hold dear, cannot be wiped out by the passage of time. For many, it will remain as a scar in the psyche forever. [Read more…] about 9/11 Eleventh Anniversary: Step into the Promised New World Order
According to the Rabbis, the Temple in Jerusalem belonged to no particular tribe, but to all Israel. As if to prove this, the boundary between Judah and Benjamin passed through the middle of both the city and the Temple so that, according to tradition, the porch and the sanctuary were in Benjamin, while the altar and the Temple courts remained in Judah. The Shekinah, the divine presence of the Lord, filled the Temple of Solomon like a cloud (2 Chron 5:13,14) so that the priests could no longer stand to minister. God’s presence remained in the Holy of Holies for only a short season, and was never experienced in the Second Temple. As the Rabbis lamented: “For three years and a half abode the Shekinah on the Mount of Olives, waiting whether Israel would repent, calling upon them, ‘Seek ye the Lord while he may be found, call upon him while he is near.’ And when all this was in vain, then the Shekinah returned to its own place.” The stones of the Temple sanctuary were twice “poured out in the top of every street” (Lamentations 4:1) on both occasions in the Jewish month of Av. And at Tish B’Av, to this day, these events are remembered during a time of deep mourning by the Jews. Twice also, there were those who wept as they prophesied the Temple’s coming destruction. Jeremiah, the weeping prophet was imprisoned by King Zedekiah for his prophecies. They were offensive; not what Judah’s king desired to hear, therefore the voice of the prophet had to be silenced. Centuries later, Yeshua “beheld the city and wept ” as he rode out of Bethany on the foal of a donkey. Like Jeremiah, Jesus was deemed to be offensive and a week later he was nailed to a Roman cross. [Read more…] about Temple in Jerusalem
There are several reasons why the Dome of the Rock will make way for a Third Jewish Temple on the Temple Mount.
1) Freemasonry Demands that the Temple be Built
Freemasonry is intrinsically Jewish.
The well-known rabbi, Isaac Wise concluded emphatically: “Freemasonry is a Jewish establishment whose history, grades, official appointments, passwords, and explanations, are Jewish from beginning to end.” [Read more…] about Temple Mount. Dome of the Rock or Third Jewish Temple?
While the rebuilding of the Jewish Temple sounds preposterous in this day and age, it is inevitable. It will not be long before a Third Temple in Jerusalem graces the skyline in place of Islam’s Dome of the Rock.
I will give a brief historical overview of the two previous Temples before demonstrating the over-riding evidence for the erection of a third in my next post. [Read more…] about Temples in Jerusalem
Consider the foot of Nebuchadnezzar’s dream. Rigel is the little horn arising from the ten toes. Daniel 7:8
Meissa, the bright head of the hunter, is one with the foot. Who is the hunter?