My dear friend Anonymous (I have many friends with that name) asked a very good question that I wanted to share with you; of course, that also includes my response. First the question:
Anonymous December 11, 2016 at 4:18 AM
There is something that I do not understand. It is written down that the dead people will revive in the times of Moshiach. So, what's the point of dying in the disasters that are about to come? ThanksMy response:
There are two answers for you.
One is that those who die in the disasters will be the evil ones who will not be resurrected.
The second answer is a little trickier. Death is considered the ultimate Kapporah, the greatest atonement. That means that if someone, such as a Jew who is destined to return, did not receive Tikun because of not doing enough before the worldwide redemption, that person could be taken for final cleansing and returned. Zechariah 13:8 talks about the 1/3rd group who will survive, and 13:9 tells us that the 1/3 will be purified. What that means exactly, we will find out. I do not believe that it is death as we know it, but a process of which we have no comprehension. Be aware that even within the 1/3rd group there will be at many, many different levels of Tikun, of perfection, of correction. Hashem will take care of each of us exactly according to our needs. It is another reason that I constantly say: NOW IS THE TIME TO PREPARE. Every effort we make now will make it that much easier later.
The people who will be resurrected are those good people who have already passed on. Their time in the world of souls is limited and they are only waiting for their return to the Earth of goodness in the time of Moshiach.
I am getting messages saying that they have not seen articles or heard Rabbis talking about Moshiach being here, and/or that we all should be in Israel. These people who are writing such messages, I guess, don’t believe all the messages from Hashem, Who is answering your inquiry. All the Earth chaos, the earthquakes, the volcanic eruptions, the crazy weather, the axis change, the sun and moon changes, (this is too long a list to repeat again and again), these are all things that Hashem told us thousands of years ago that will happen before Moshiach is introduced. Where does it say that in scriptures? It tells us about the Star of Jacob, Nibiru (for the thousandth time) that will come and cause massive destruction (I am not going to repeat again and again all that we have been told will happen). We also have a myriad of messages from Hashem telling us all the prophecies that will be fulfilled in the end of days. THEY HAVE BEEN FULFILLED, OR ARE HAPPENING AS I TYPE.
So if you personally haven’t seen articles or heard Rabbis who happen to believe Hashem’s messages, are you willing to risk the safety of your fellow Jew in hopes that Hashem is wrong, chas v’shalom.
Please, please, please use some common sense. You are not only greatly hurting others by prepending all this craziness is not happening, but Hashem sees your attitude towards His messages, and that puts you and your loved ones in greater danger. Think about it. You didn’t see articles, which definitely exist, and that makes all the messages from Hashem through scriptures, the FC individuals, the Mekubalim, the Rabbis and me, the dot-connector, all wrong? You are not being nice to others and definitely not nice to yourself and those who depend on you, and Hashem is seeing your insensitivity.
I am posting fewer and fewer comments, since there are so many people who still do not have a clue about the reality of this world and what it means. I know that just about no one does the research that I do, but it is no time for flawed human logic replacing research – it is dangerous.
If you send me a comment and it does not get published, send me a private Email at email@example.com and I will try to explain why I did not use your comment. When you write something, please, please, please consider who may be reading the comment and how that person may be affected. If it possibly is putting someone in further danger, use some common sense, and don’t even write the comment. If you are not sure, don’t write the comment – send it to me as a question and everyone will be happier and safer.