´¯`•. March 05, 2015

Keeping the Mount

I have been going over and over and OVER a post that I wrote in September of last year.  It was called ‘Your Sons shall Prophesy‘, and it was about Moishela, an autistic Jewish boy who gave a timeline of events in prophecy.  Most of the autistic little boys say very vague things, like “The Jews need to all come back to Israel” and “Repent and get right with Ha’Shem!”… but this time was different.

He started back in Elul (August) of 2014, and went all the way thru the end of the year into 2015.  And due to space constraints, I’m only going to quote from the beginning of 2015, thru Purim is, here:

We will cry and beg like we never did on Tisha B’av, beg and beg Hashem to rebuild our Bayis ((homes)) our Bais Hamikdosh ((Holy Places)), and not let the Goyim ((gentiles)) do the most outlandish thing of destroying the Dome of the Rock ((!!!!  In 2015?!?!))  and instead building Chas Veshalom (God forbid)  there a temple to the Avodah Zorah of their new Religion Chas Vesholom, Yemach Shemam Vezichram  (God forbid, may our enemies be erased). That is their plan to build on top of Har Hamoriah, Har Habayis a temple to the Avodah Zorahs, the worst Avodah Zorahs.

Then we will come to Purim ((Spring feast mentioned in Esther, around March 5, 2015)) and we will beg Hashem to save us from Haman and we will have a Haman here, a Haman that we will have to be saved from and we will have to fight, fight our fears, beg Hashem to save us from this awful terrible horrific person and his armies and his police. We will have to beg very hard. Hashem will save us.

I have been given permission to reveal to you these future events in order to give Am Yisroel strength and courage to get through these very difficult times.

Now… when I first read this, I thought he was saying (in the part that I underlined) that the Dome of the Rock would be destroyed before Purim.  And when we got closer and closer to Purim (yesterday and today), I was all “HA! HAHAHA!  False prophet!”

But read it again.  It says that they will beg the lord not to let the Gentiles destroy it.  That this is what they want to do.  But it doesn’t that it happens.  Which shut me up really quickly.

And then the articles, this past weekend.  I saw them, but didn’t register what was happening until this morning.  Take a look:

Jerusalem court allows Jewish prayer
on Temple Mount in historic ruling


…  In a historic ruling, a Jerusalem magistrate court has allowed for the first time ever Jewish prayer on the Temple Mount.  Until this ruling, police have prevented Jews from praying at the holiest site in the Jewish religion, bowing to the desires of the Islamic Waqf, which controls the Temple Mount complex. Jews, and often Christians, who visited the Temple Mount are forced to endure continual harassment at the hands of Muslims.

…In a landmark ruling on Monday the Jerusalem Magistrate’s Court has seemingly allowed Jews to pray on Temple Mount – a highly divisive issue that was one of the catalysts for the Second Palestinian Intifada. 

…Court Judge Malka Aviv ruled the police “must make sure that Jews are able to pray on the Temple Mount.”

…Since 1967 Israel has given control of the mount to the Jerusalem Islamic Waqf, and in an attempt to keep the status quo has stopped prayer there by non-Muslims.  Israeli security forces also say that non-Muslims worshipping on Temple Mount incite Palestinian violence.  So although the Jewish Supreme Court in theory allows Jews to pray on the site, it has also said that the security services have the right to consider wider security when policing the area and allowing non-Muslims to pray there.

“Essentially, the court took the ruling of the Supreme Court regarding the right of Jews to pray at the Temple Mount, and implemented it in practice,” he said.

In light of the Autistic boy’s prophesy about begging the Lord to keep the Dome from falling into the hands of non-Jewish people?  It seems pretty amazing that this ruling has come down JUST at the time he spoke about something happening with the Dome.  I’m just saying.  It’s worth mentioning.

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