The belief of much of the world is that JC (who I call Yushka) or the Imam Mahdi or the 12th Imam is imminent and the messiah. I have stated on my blog that the real Messiah is already here in Israel and will be introduced worldwide soon. The two thousand year old debate (or the 1400 year debate for the Muslims) is over; they are not possible designated messiahs of the world.
How do I know for sure? Hashem has given me so many signs that it is beyond question. First of all, I know who he is and the fact that he meets all the requirements in Jewish scriptures designated by Hashem that the Messiah will meet. He is definitely a descendent of King David and he already has the soul of the Messiah. The second soul that the Messiah gets has already been combined with his soul, meaning that the announcement will be soon (his actual crowning as the King Messiah). There are many other reasons that I know he is the one including many Rabbis who know him, and know he will be announced soon. I have also heard him say years ago that he is the one to be crowned the Messiah. I have also found his name encode in the Jewish Bible hundreds of significant places where it talks about the Messiah or Geula.
Without going into a very long list of reasons, the one you are waiting for (JC or the Mahdi) does not qualify to be the Messiah according to our Creator. There false qualifications are only brought down in books written by people who made it all up.
I recently have had conversations with several non-Jews about their misinformation in scriptures. The Bible is the most difficult text in the world to discuss. If we were to discuss Quantum Physics or Law or Brain surgery, these would be much easier subjects than the Bible. Most people would say to me: “I have never studied those subjects; I could not contribute to the conversation.” Yet, the Bible which is infinitely more complex since it comes from a source of Infinite Intelligence, everyone claims to be an expert and knows it all. I can tell you after 70 years of studying scriptures, I am just scratching the surface and always let people know how much more I need to learn.
Why is our Bible so difficult? For one thing, we have a very definite problem. Unless you are reading the Hebrew Bible in its original language, you are missing most of its meaning and all of its hidden deeper meanings. As an example: The King James Version, which was a translation from Hebrew to Greek, to Latin, to English has about 20,000 differences from the Hebrew Bible that is used today. Most of the differences are due to language incompatibility, but many, many are changes that the Church added to add prophecies that are not there.
The Hebrew Bible has not changed in thousands of years, so we have a very good comparison to see the deception that came from the Church, not from Hashem. How do I know that the Bible hasn't changed? Actually many sources, but the easiest to understand is the Dead Sea Scrolls that were discovered in 1947 and are dated at about 2300 years ago. The portions of the Bible that are in the scrolls are letter for letter what we read today.
The Torah itself has had many studies over thousands of years from all over the world. We know that the 304,805 letters that we have today are exactly what Moses received on Mount Sinai 3329 years ago. There is only one country that letter variations were found. A Torah from Yemen has 9 letters different. It is not because of different words, just different spelling of words, such as we have in English; honor in America, honour in England. Another source is the Torah codes. Many codes would disappear if there was one letter different in our copy. There are many books on codes that verify that fact.
How do I know the Hebrew Bible is 100% correct and the New Testament or the Quran is not? Thousands of years of prophecy that has come true that could only have come from an Omnipotent, Omnipresent Deity. We have a test in the Torah for prophecy (in Parashat Shoftim), if what was said came true, than it came from Hashem. I have yet to see one prophecy in the New Testament or the Quran, that is not copied from the Hebrew scriptures, that has come true. That means that both JC and Muhammad have never said anything that was not already said by Hashem in Jewish scriptures that has come true. They were not even prophets, let alone possible messiahs. I have given this challenge to non-Jews for decades: show me one prophecy that has come true that is only in your book and is not in Jewish scriptures. No one has ever responded with an answer, except telling me that there are things yet to happen, such as Yushka returning. I always like to ask, if that were true, then why is it not in the Jewish Bible – that is an extremely major prophecy and everything is in Jewish scriptures? No answer.
I am told about coded information being in the Torah that points to false Messiahs. The fact is I can show you where your false messiahs are definitely pointed out in codes, saying that they are false messiahs. Here as an example are two videos from Rav Glazerson about JC:
There are an infinite number of examples about prophecy in the Hebrew text, and a very long list of examples of how the text is distorted to fabricate prophecy that is not there. I thought I would give some examples since that is what many have been sending me who have no idea of the absolute truth.
Xtianity claims the Yushka was of virgin birth. Virgin birth was a pagan concept that the Romans, like all the Xmas customs, did not want to give up when Xtianity was formed. But it creates a very big problem, since it is brought down that two of the requirements for the messiah is that he is born of normal parents and is a descendent of King David. The descendancy of a king comes from the lineage of the father to son. If Hashem is his Father, which is silly since Hashem is the Father of all of us, does that mean the Hashem was descended from King David, chas v’shalom? Yes, you can’t have it both ways that Yushka is in line from King David, but he didn’t have a human father. The NT answers it in two places, that don’t agree with each other, by saying he is descendent from King David thru his mother, in one place and through his step father in another place. Neither one is valid since neither his mother nor his step-father was a king.
But what proof is there that he was of virgin birth? The church answers that question with a made-up prophecy found in the King James Version of the Bible. In the KJV Isaiah 7:14 says: “Therefore the L-rd himself shall give you a sign; Behold, a virgin shall conceive, and bear a son, and shall call his name.” Wow that sounds like a prophecy to me, but what does it say in our Hebrew Bible? 7:14 “Therefore the L-rd himself will give you a sign. Look, the young woman will become pregnant and bear a son, and will name him Immanuel.”
The prophecy disappeared. But, in all fairness what is actually being said. In the previous verses Isaiah is talking to King Ahaz who is about to go into battle. Isaiah is giving the King a prophecy that he will be successful, and that Hashem will give him a sign of that success. What is the sign? Isaiah points to a woman and tells the King that the woman he is pointing to will become pregnant and have a son, and that will be the sign from Hashem that he need not fear the threat of Rezin and Pekah, who King Ahaz will confront.
What is wrong with the KJV wording? First of all, Isaiah is pointing at the woman and not telling him that some woman who will live 700 years from now and will become pregnant. What kind of reassuring sign would it be to tell him if you could wait 700 years there will be a sign, just hold off the battle for… I know I am getting silly, but the facts are the facts. How do I know that he is pointing to the woman? Because, the verse has the definite article “the.” It does not say “a woman,” it says “the woman.” It is brought down that Isaiah was actually pointing to the King’s wife to give the sign. That is much more reassuring than just any woman.
The other change that the KJV had to do was change the translation. The word in Hebrew is ha’almah, the young woman or maiden. It is not bethulah, the Hebrew word for virgin. Is it possible to translate almah as virgin? The word maiden appears 7 other times in the KJV and in each case the Hebrew is almah. So even the KJV agrees that almah is a young woman or a maiden, except here where it needed a virgin. Sorry, the false prophecy is so obvious, that all it takes is over a billion Xtians, who don’t read Hebrew, to perpetuate such fraud.
I have many, many other examples of prophecies in the Xtian Bible that don’t really exist, but I will leave it at that, since this blog post is getting very long and I am not finished. I will say that I have had examples of such prophecies sent to me by Xtians who love to tell me that the proof of Yushka is in my Bible. I have answered each one accordingly.
Another problem is that every word, even every letter, in the Torah has hidden meaning. The possibility of understanding the Torah or even the Hebrew Bible in any other language than Hebrew is impossible. Since I have already covered this subject in previous blog posts, I thought I would save a lot of typing and/or copying by just sending you to a previous post. Go to my post of 3 Jul 2013, entitled: More Flawed Logic, and you will get what I mean by how much one is missing when reading scriptures in English, and how easy it is to make up prophecies that are not there. I thank you for saving me all that typing.
One last subject is how flawed the NT really is. Simple mistakes such as the number of people who went down to Egypt with Jacob was 70 as seen in Gen 46:26-7, Ex 1:5 and Deut 10:22. Yet in the NT we find in Acts 7:14 it tells of 75. Is that a typo error; was the NT not proofread? Another example is that Abraham is buried in Hebron at the Cave of Machpelah, as told to us in Genesis 49: 29-32; 50:13 (buried along with his wife Sarah, Isaac and Rebecca, Jacob and Leah and Adam and Eve). Yet, once again in the NT Abraham is buried in Shechem (which is where Joseph is buried). The two places are 142 kilometers apart, so it is not like they are even close. How do I know for sure that Abraham is in Hebron? I happen to live about a half hour from there, and I have been to the cave of the four couples many times (it is a very holy place to pray). Is this another sign of a lack of proofreading, or did Hashem make sure that such obvious mistakes would be in this false addition of a bible?
There are actually books written with a myriad of questionable verses in the NT, but it only lets us know for sure that our Bible comes from Hashem, and their bible is from flawed people.
Years ago, I would always respectfully avoid such a subject as this, and let my devout Xtian friends talk. But now when we are at the end of history as we know it and it is time for all the good people of the Earth to be living the Absolute Truth, I cannot sit by and say that me, my family, the Jews and righteous non-Jews have the truth, and who cares about those who are living a lie? I must say that I have had very pleasant and respectful friendships with non-Jews in the past who wanted me to see the so-called truth that they were living. Out of respect and a desire to avoid conflict I let them talk, as they let me talk about my Absolute Truth. My thoughts now are that good people have gone astray, and that it is time for them to be helped. Eternity is a long time, and the thought of past friends losing it all because of poor lifelong indoctrination gives me a desire to help. I know that I am very limited in doing so, but since I am getting so many readers who obviously are misguided, I hope that with Hashem’s help, I can do something. The 2/3rd group that Zechariah 13:8 tells us will be gone, totals about 5 billion people. Are there any within that group who just need some friendly persuasion to seek out the truth? Only Hashem knows, but until I know for sure, I still feel an obligation to help.
Of course this also goes for every Jew on the planet, who should be seeking out the Absolute Truth before it is too late.