Mystical death-curses, visions of Messiah, an important world political figure under threat, religious leaders in shock, a cryptic Kabbalistic death note...
The story is shocking - the story is true - the story is still unfolding...
In the fall of 2005, a 108-year-old rabbi, the most venerated rabbinical Jewish leader in Israel, proclaimed that he knew the name of the real Messiah. He insisted that he knew where the Messiah was and when He was going to reveal Himself to the world. Rabbi Kaduri claimed that he had personally seen the Messiah in a vision. Â But... there were just a couple catches: Â Kaduri declared that a particular and famed world leader had to die before the Messiah appeared publicly.
Also, the name of the Messiah was to be mysteriously and cryptically sealed in a message. Instructions were given to lock the message away and not to open it until one year after the rabbi's death. A few months later the famous world leader fell gravely ill. The religious and political world held its collective breath. Â Within weeks of the world leader's malady, the elderly rabbi Kaduri died. Several hundred thousand people flooded the streets of Jerusalem for his funeral, one of the largest in Israel's history. The death-message was secreted away for one year as the beloved rabbi had instructed.
The message was opened and deciphered. There, before the eyes of the world, was the name of the soon coming Messiah according to this celebrated 'teacher of Israel.' Â The story is true...
The note that shook the religious world to its foundations is still shaking the world today! The story is still unfolding. The pieces are yet falling into place - just as the old rabbi predic
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|Size: ||2.5 MB|
|Publisher: ||WND Books|
|Date published: || 2013|
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