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 →

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 →

The Burning Cow

I published The Temple, The Abomination and The Holy Place in July of 2017. It took me over 2 years of researching and writing it to get to that point. In August of 2018 my theory of the red heifer sacrifice for the end of 2020 was pretty much dwindling away. This was because the... Continue Reading →

3 Actually Means 2 in Cow

So The Temple Institute has made a few claims that the red heifer needs to only be 2 years old since the birth of one on August 28th, 2018. I know for a fact that Judaism teaches that the red heifer cannot be sacrificed until it is 3 years old. Not only that, The Temple... Continue Reading →

Just in Time for Lent

Rabbi Ariel is the one in charge of overseeing the red heifer calves that are potential candidates. We were told at the end of August that there was a female calf born at that time that could be the sacrificial heifer. A new article came out by Breaking Israel News that now says there are... Continue Reading →

Beresheet to the Moon

The occult is strong with this one. I'm just touching on a few things I noticed. It is much deeper than what I'm even mentioning. Israel is sending its first spacecraft Beresheet (Genesis) to the moon. It looks like it's embossed with gold leaf foil and will be carrying digital files of the Bible (Hebrew... Continue Reading →

The King of Cancer

"Old school magic meets the modern world in the epic adventure THE KID WHO WOULD BE KING. Alex (Ashbourne Serkis) thinks he’s just another nobody, until he stumbles upon the mythical Sword in the Stone, Excalibur. Now, he must unite his friends and enemies into a band of knights and, together with the legendary wizard... Continue Reading →

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