Thursday, June 13, 2013

Sources of Absolute Truth (continued)

Before I can really get into the meat of the topic and the purpose of this blog (what all this truth means and how we need to react and prepare), I need to wow you with the fact that Hashem has given us information about everything in this world that has happened, is happening and will happen.  The biggest problem that I have is that it is an overwhelming amount of information that is known.  My dilemma: how do I very concisely write it on a blog.  I personally have about 600 books (in English, not including the Hebrew books) that are mostly concerned with this topic.  There is an organization that sells a hard drive compendium of Hebrew books that have been written over thousands of years.  They cover scriptures and all the commentaries written in support of what is known, or more appropriately put, what Hashem wants to tell us about everything.  That hard drive is now at 60,122 Judaic books of information (last year when I wrote about this it was at 53,367 books).  Hopefully, you see my problem.

Enough excuses.  The next source to be disclosed is the remainder of Jewish scriptures.  This includes, but is not limited to, the remainder of the Bible, the Oral Torah (commonly called the Talmud), the Zohar and others.  Scriptures are replete with prophecy.  In the Torah, for instance, every word, every letter, every combination of letters (thousands of ways to combine and read the letters), even the numerical value of each letter (another subject to be discussed) has profound prophetic significance.  We have a long list of prophecies that we are told will happen in the time preceding the end (meaning the redemption, Messiah, 3rd Temple, etc).  I have been actively involved for about twenty-one years in comparing what is happening in the world to what will happen just before this time of redemption according to scriptures.  With great excitement I can report to you that all the events have already happened over thousands of year or are happening now, with completion being imminent, and all has come true as written.  The most important concept to take from this is that all of history is in scriptures and most of history is completed with total accuracy according to the prophecy.  My confidence level, that what has been given us in scriptures is the absolute truth (I love those words), is unshakable.  I will only give you a few of my favorite examples since I could write volumes on the subject.  One thing that I have found to be true is that my telling you of exciting items that I have experienced, especially miracles (which I could talk about for hours), is meaningless.  You digging and experiencing your own discoveries is what does it for you.  I hope to direct you in several posts in the near future to sources, books, videos, etc that will teach you what it’s all about, B"N (bli neder means without taking a vow -- it is considered very serious in the eyes of Hashem to promise something and not deliver.  I do not wish to be in violation and will add B"N to such statements).

For now, let me tell you some prophecies that demonstrate how Hashem talks to us and guides us.  What makes these examples chilling is the detail, not generalities.  One example can be found in Isaiah 21 which talks of the prophecy of the downfall of Babylonia.  Babylonia is modern day Iraq.  This particular prophecy sounds allot like the 1991 Gulf War.  How so?  Isaiah begins by saying that it will be like “Desert Storms.”  Either Isaiah called the Pentagon 2700 years ago to ask them “what are you going to call this war?” or we have a very chilling prophecy.  Many more details can be seen in Isaiah and Jeremiah.  This was very nicely written up in a commentary from Professor Paul Eidelberg of Bar-Ilan University:



We get miraculous prophecies even from Rabbis down through the ages.  Rabbi Shlomo Yitzhaki, who lived in the years 1040 to 1105, is known to us as Rashi (all the great sages throughout history are referred to by abbreviated names -- either an acronym or by a book that the Rabbi wrote).  Rashi wrote miraculous commentary on the entire Bible and the Oral Torah.  In Ezekiel 47 we get a prophecy of waters flowing from the Temple Mount and going all the way to "Galila."  The waters represent the study of Torah which will come out of Israel and spread throughout the world (the prophecy has been fulfilled).  But what is Galila?  Rashi explains “to America.”  What?  A Rabbi who lived about 400 years before Amerigo Vespucci (March 9, 1454 – February 22, 1512), whom America was named after, knew about America?  No way.  Oh contrar -- yes way.  But, since Hashem put the commentary into the mind of this great Rabbi, he was able to tell us the name of a place centuries before there was such a place.

Another miraculous bit of information.  In the Torah Hashem tells Moses that the redemption will not happen until the two giants, Sichon and Og, are destroyed.  Sichon and Og were two kings who were a hindrance to the Israelites entering the land of Canaan.  The statement is, as mentioned above, a prophecy that will take place in the future before we have the final redemption -- that the two giants will be destroyed.  A Rabbi Yehudah Aryeh Leib Alter (1847–1905), also known by the title of his main work, the Sfas Emes called the two giants “towers.”  The Talmud (Tractate Berochos) tells us that Moses who was ten cubits tall, had a sword that was ten cubits long and that Moses could jump up ten cubits.  He was able to reach the ankle of Og by reaching 30 cubits.  If you multiply 30X24 (the ankle is proportioned at 1/24 the height of the body) and using the length of just under 22 inches for the length of a cubit (according to several distinguished Rabbis of modern time), we come to approximately 1350 feet.   What a coincidence that that just happened to be the height of the World Trade Buildings 1 and 2.  Sichon and Og represented materialism which Moses has to destroy for the Israelites to enter in a higher spiritual level.  The World Trade Towers were the epitome of materialism in modern times.  Hashem didn't make the towers fall, but was aware of the event when He gave us the Torah and gave us the prophesy through Sichon and Og.  One additional note was that Sichon was slightly taller than Og and one of the towers was with an antenna that put its overall height slightly above the other.  A tremendous amount of information is found in the Bible, encoded in the Torah and described in the Zohar about 911 (Zohar parshas Balak talks about 3 walls falling, since building 7 also fell that day, the sun being blotted out by smoke and dust clouds, a palace like structure being attacked, referring to the Pentagon, etc).  I actually have a book, 264 pages long, that gives extensive detail.


Enough for today.  This subject can go on for thousands of pages but, once again, it would have more of an impact if you discovered the information yourself.  I will, however, be bringing up more exciting and mysterious findings as I go along.  Many subjects to talk about, not enough time to do it.  The most important concept to observe is that these are not generalities open for interpretation, but are replete with very specific details including dates, places and names, either read outright or encoded -- but irrefutable. 

13 comments:

  1. Hashem didn't make the towers fall
    ????!!
    Everything is from Hashem. Everything that occurs is from Hashem. Ein od milvado. This is fundamental stuff.

    "There is to be only an absolute belief in the Yotzer Bereishit; that is, that the creation of being ex nihilo (yesh meayin)... this creation occurs constantly and every moment, by all creatures coming into being from His blessed wisdom which animates everything." (Tanya Igeres Hakodesh 11)

    "...this thought that occurred in Shimi's heart and mind descended from G-d, and the 'Breath of His mouth— which animates— all their hosts' animated the spirit of Shimi at the time he spoke those words to David. For if the 'Breath of His mouth,' blessed be He, had departed from the spirit of Shimi for a single moment, he could not have spoken at all." (ibid, 25)

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    1. You are correct that everything is from the creation of Hashem; but, my subtle point is "did Hashem want to kill 3000 people or did the evil of human beings cause such horror?" I will be talking about it later that everything is "One" and we are in essence Hashem (ein od milvado). As I said: this is much, much deeper than my few words here could describe. Let us just say for now that we are partners in creation with Hashem and the evil of the world that is brought about by the evil of people comes directly from our misuse of the system that Hashem has given us. Wait until I get into a discussion of all this -- I have mentioned that my task of bringing the most difficult subject in the world to a novice level without writing volumes is almost impossible. Have mercy.

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  2. Rashi says nothing of the sort about America. You are making up nonsense with your need to see prophecies where none exist. I am even more astounded that you believe that Gemara is being literal with Moshe's height - a freak of nature at 10 amot high. Or that Og was as tall as the World Trade Center. Is this a spoof site or are you just deluded?

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    1. Please recheck the Rashi in Yechezkel 47:8 which states very clearly "To America." Perhaps you are not familiar with Rashi script -- that could be your oversight.

      The Gemara is rarely literal especially when prophecy is involved. Hashem doesn't give us most of our prophecy Pshat, but Sod. The height of Sichon and Og here are irrelevant -- the fact that the numbers that Hashem gave us just happens to fulfill the prophecy of 911, is the excitement of this Gemara. What the words say and what they mean to us is the reason we study Torah in the first place. If we could take everything literally, we would have stopped studying Torah thousands of years ago. The enjoyment is deciphering and understanding the miraculous hidden messages that Hashem is giving us -- that is an endless task, but very enjoyable.

      I have discussed these messages with Rabbanim (including Gedolim) for decades, both in the US and in Israel. They too appreciate the miraculous information that Hashem gives us and know absolutely that this is the truth.

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  3. "...my task of bringing the most difficult subject in the world to a novice level without writing volumes is almost impossible."

    And we novices appreciate you for it!

    David
    Oklahoma

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    1. One thing that makes life so exciting is waking up every morning and knowing you are going to discover something miraculous every day (that happens to those who dig in scriptures for a living). I have to admit that after studying Torah for about 65 years, I still consider myself a novice -- I have barely scratched the surface -- hence my days are very exciting.

      Good to hear from you Dave -- hope this finds you well.

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  4. Oh, the promise is that when everything falls we'll be held. Watch poor Esav and the world clutch their loins in despair as Hashem strips away ALL THAT MAKES SENSE TO THEM AND ERASES ALL THAT THEY THOUGHT WOULD ENDURE..:) Their silly little sandcastles will dissolve under the very real hand of the G-d that they REALLY don't believe in anyway, or they wouldn't act the way they do.
    Hashem has us, he has our backs; and you know when they stand up to raise their hand to damage us; Hashem will not let them live anymore.
    The real joy of the Torah is that one day these sorry sleepers will wake up and recognize the reality and magnificent beneficience of our Hashem. Right now they think he is a handy fiction that they can pull out of their hats when they want their way.

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    1. I like your thoughts and the way you worded them. That "one day" will come and the world will know the truth, but that is the day that I call the "too-late date." Fortunate are those who get the message of Hashem, now.

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  5. I think The Abarbanel Signs of Future Days are something like this. The now...:
    http://www.jewishfuture.com/jf_abarbanel.shtml

    Thank you for your great wisdom, and that you share it with us!

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    1. Thank you that is a very good website you found; it looks like you have great wisdom, also.

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  6. ''THE MAJORITY OF THE REMAINING NATIONS WILL ACCEPT AND SERVE GOD AND TURN TO HIS TORAH. When God makes "big noises" in the world some folks get the message and some don't. On 9/11 when the Twin Towers fell some people understood God did that for a reason, and some people are still in denial that God is even around. But as we move closer to the end of this stage of history our Prophets and Sages tell us there will be more big noises and the world leaders will be forced to finally accept the whole package, God, Torah and the Jews.''

    :)

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    1. So true and the big noises are looking more miraculous everyday. Even the stubborn skeptics will scratch their heads and ask "this is not normal, what is going on?" Everyone will catch on -- Hashem's plan is perfect.

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