“My Sheep Hear My Voice”

With all of the recent events surrounding the lamb sacrifice, I think this is important to share. Every once in a while, a ewe will give birth to a lamb and reject it. There are many reasons she may do this. If the lamb is returned to the ewe, the mother may even kick the... Continue Reading →

Daniel 11:14: Elul 26, 5779

I've read a few Jewish blogs and they are saying some interesting things about the Jewish Gentile sacrifice that took place. They are connecting this botched sacrifice to Daniel 11:14. Now historically this verse is connected to Antiochus Epiphanies on invading Jerusalem, but propheticaly it looks like it is starting to be a match. Remember... Continue Reading →

Elul 26 5779: Near Earth Asteroid

On September 26th, 2019 (26 Elul 5779) there was a Near Earth Asteroid that was the size of a football field that flew by Earth. "Allegedlly". It is called 2017 KP27 and is located in Canes Venatici, the constellation that's in the northern hemisphere. The constellation’s name means “hunting dogs” in Latin and is located... Continue Reading →

Malachi: Revisited

Let me first say that the name Malachi means "messenger". "The Greek Old Testament translates the last clause of Malachi 1:1, "by the hand of his messenger," and the Targum reads, "by the hand of my angel, whose name is called Ezra the scribe." According to Rabbi W. Gunther Plaut, "Malachi describes a priesthood that... Continue Reading →

7, 10, 30, 613, 620 Noahide Laws…

7, 10, 30, 613, 620 Noahide Laws. This is far worse than having Shariah Law in my opinion. And I haven't even brought up Halal yet. "The “seven” mitzvot can be viewed as seven general principles or categories of commandments, in the same way as the Ten Commandments include all 613 of the mitzvot that... Continue Reading →

Malachi and the Goat

I think this was a Jacob's Sheep. (EDIT: It was confirmed by Berkowitz that it was a GOAT. Not a sheep.) They actually look like goats to me but I'm not a physical shepherd so I can't tell. This thing is so hokey and forced I don't even know what to say anymore. It is... Continue Reading →

Olah isn’t Hello

I don't want you to miss this. The "Burnt" offering in Genesis 8:20 is olah (pronounced like hola i e. Hello). Notice it is defined as a "holocaust (as going up in smoke). This is no coincidence that this sacrifice took place on a high point overlooking the valley that is called Mount Corruption and... Continue Reading →

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