By Jason A. Kofoed
04 January 2014
As many of you are likely aware by now, there is a whole lot of chatter centered around Ariel Sharon's approaching death and the heretofore "forgotten" death-bed prophecy made by Jewish Rabbi Yitzhak Kaduri back in January 2006. Naturally, this caused a bit of a stir within the Jewish community considering as how Sharon had been in a "vegetative state" since January of 2006 and many thought he was close to death then. However, it was soon realized that he still had some time left and the issue slowly drifted out of the media's span of attention. With the announcement a couple days ago that Sharon is now edging closer to death with kidney failure, things really seem to be turning up a notch or two...unless you rely on the MSM for your information; they've not said a word in relation to Kaduri's prophecy that I've seen or heard. In fact, many of my usual alternative sources have failed to make any mention of the topic. I, however, really think we would do well to give a little more attention to all of this right now and here's why.
Ariel Sharon (image source)
When you step into the world of Judaism and understand who Kaduri is/was to them, you can begin to understand the magnitude of the possibilities that lie ahead for them as well as us...and the rest of the World. Listed on Wikipedia's Yitzhak Kaduri page is the following mentioning some of his noteworthy prophesies and political influences:
Over the years, thousands of people (mainly but not exclusively Sephardi Jews) would come to seek his advice, blessings and amulets which he would create specifically for the individual in need. He had learned the Kabbalistic secrets of the amulets from his teacher, Rabbi Yehuda Fatiyah. Many people directly attributed personal miracles to receiving a blessing from Rabbi Kaduri, such as: recovery from severe illnesses and diseases, children born to couples with fertility problems, finding a spouse, and economic blessings.
His rise to fame, though, began when his son, Rabbi David Kaduri, who ran a poultry store in the Bukharim Market, decided to found a proper yeshivah organization under his father. Called Nachalat Yitzchak yeshiva, it was located adjacent to the family home in the Bukharim neighbourhood of Jerusalem. His grandson, Yossi Kaduri, took part in this endeavour with him.
Kaduri reportedly received blessings from the Ben Ish Chai (Rabbi Yosef Chaim of Baghdad) in 1908 and from the Lubavitcher Rebbe (Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson) in 1990 that he would meet the Messiah. However, other sources say these blessings were for arichat yamim, long life, which was certainly reflected in his advanced age.
Kaduri was seen as a prophesier. In late 2004, Kaduri said "Great tragedies in the world are foreseen" two weeks before the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami; reporter Baruch Gordon of Arutz Sheva connected the two by saying Kaduri "predicted" the tragedy. In 2005, Kaduri made predictions of further natural disasters.
The last two decades of his life were marred by the controversial way that some would use him to promote various political parties. Rabbi Kaduri achieved celebrity status during the 1996 Knesset elections when he was flown by helicopter to multiple political rallies in support of the Shas party, and for amulets that were produced in his name for supporters of that party.
In October 1997, Benjamin Netanyahu, who was then in his first term as Prime Minister of Israel, came to visit Kaduri at his synagogue and was recorded as whispering in his ear "the left has forgotten what it is to be a Jew". This was considered as a divisive action and resonated in the press.
With these things in mind, watch the following video clip pertaining to the Sharon prophecy:
Now, with all of these things coupled with the numerous false-flag events that we have been covering in just the past year, perhaps you can see why we feel to warn and advise of what may lie ahead in the days, weeks or months following Sharon's death. Do we believe the Rabbi's claims? Well, we surely can't prove him wrong and will have to wait and see, though I take the Lord's word quite literally when, describing the timing of the Second Coming, He said "...of that day and hour knoweth no man" . We have felt for the past 4-5 years that Christ's Return is definitely drawing closer, but we will never venture to guess when that will occur. We simply watch for the signs mentioned in the scriptures and strive to live righteous lives to the best of our abilities. The Lord will take care of the rest.
The important thing in all of this is to not be deceived! With currently-known technologies...and those still not known to the general population we must be wise. Personally, I have no idea what many of these technologies are capable of, but I don't doubt for a minute that TPTB would not hesitate to use them to deceive the unwise masses in making them believe false signs in the Heavens or even the return of The Messiah Himself. One of the most well-known theories on these types of capabilites is NASA's Project Blue Beam. If you're not yet familiar with it, you would do well to research it, especially with much of the new evidences pertaining to the capabilities of the HAARP Projects and how they could be used together (altered weather patterns, earthquakes, etc.) resulting in some pretty convincingly-unusual "natural" events.
Do I personally believe any of these scenarios will play out? No, not really. I would really, really like to think that they are not capable of such massive deception, but Satan is the master of lies and he stands at the head of the most powerful men in this world and I've learned to never say that anything is impossible. The word I choose is improbable. However, all of that being said, I couldn't set aside the feelings I had this morning of some sort of huge event resulting shortly after Ariel Sharon passes away. If nothing else, we should most certainly be prepared for localized panic and chaos depending on where we live. Stop and think about that for a minute and make sure you are ready if and when it ensues in your area.
Now we watch and wait.