By: Red Pill | 09-11-2018 | News
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Jewish Groups Proclaim End Times Prophecy is Being Fulfilled by Donald Trump

Ethnic and religious Jewish groups proclaiming that words of ancient prophecy are being fulfilled, suggesting that United States President Donald Trump will usher in the “End Times,” as foreseen in the Abrahamic Religions of Christianity, Judaism, and Islam.

<strong><span style="color:red;"><h4>Warning: This Article is Very Informative but Extremely Politically Incorrect</h4></span></strong>

<strong><span style="color:red;">If you take offense to controversial religious debate, discussions, or subjects? Stop reading now.</span></strong>

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Let's begin by discussing the latest news, coming from the Jewish Temple Institute in Jerusalem, Israel.

Jerusalem is an important city, where all three of the Abrahamic religions hold beliefs that suggest their “holy” prophecy has deeply-rooted origins unto.

The Temple Institute’s claims that the birth of a flawless all-red heifer on August 29th brought with it the beginning phases of the “end times,” being raised in accordance with Jewish laws of the Torah.

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Combining this birth with a series of interesting facts surrounding the 45th President of the United States of America, it's setting various corners of the internet on fire.

One such fact is that Donald Trump's grandmother’s name was Elizabeth <i>Christ</i> Trump, as recorded by<a href=""> Wikipedia.</a>

Shocking to most people, I'm sure.

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What could most certainly be an interesting coincidence, is being hailed as the King of the Jews, which many Jews suggest Trump may be since he gave Jerusalem back to the Israelites.

That's clever, but Jewish prophecy has many other guidelines, and those, some say, have also occurred.

The red heifer is crucial to bringing forth the end times, because of the prophecies in all three of Abrahamic Religions of Christianity, Judaism, and Islam focuses on surrounding the Jewish-built “Third Temple.”

For the “Third Temple” to be built, there are numerous stipulations that must already be accompanied with the candidacy for Messiah, again in all three of the Abrahamic religions.

The<a href=""> Temple Institute </a>has, for several years, raised funds among Jews for their prophetic “Third Temple.”

<strong><span style="color:red;">Zechariah 6:12-13 King James Version (KJV)</span>


<strong><span style="color:red;">12 And speak unto him, saying, Thus speaketh the Lord of hosts, saying, Behold the man whose name is The Branch; and he shall grow up out of his place, and he shall build the temple of the Lord:</span></strong>

<strong><span style="color:red;">13 Even he shall build the temple of the Lord; and he shall bear the glory, and shall sit and rule upon his throne; and he shall be a priest upon his throne: and the counsel of peace shall be between them both.</span></strong>

Many believe that Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as ”the eternal capital of Israel,” is a sign that the prophecy of the “End Times” is close, or that some are trying to fulfill it.

The “End Times,” as it is written, happens in an era we'll continue to refer as being the “Messianic Age,” or the end of human history on Earth.

For Jews, their Messiah will be a direct descendant of the bloodline of the historic King David.

As<a href=""> Vox reports</a>, even the alleged affair with Stormy Daniels is part of the Biblical plan, as Trump and King David were both men “after God’s own heart.”

In fact, there is a silver half-shekel issued in Israel that depicts Trump and King Cyrus, which was meant to acknowledge that Trump is the Jewish Messiah, who unlike the Christian “Savior” that is chosen by God, is supposed to be an influential and almighty political leader or general, as reported by<a href=""> Breaking Israel News</a>.

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<span style="margin-top:15px;rgba(42,51,6,0.7);font-size:12px;">”The rich shall not give more, and the poor shall not give less, than the half shekel, when they give the offering of Hashem, to make atonement for your souls.” Exodus 30:15-Credit:<a href=""> Breaking Israel News</a>.</span>

In Jewish eschatology, the Messiah is a future Jewish King from the Davidic line, who is perceived to be anointed with a holy oil, and rule the Jewish people during the Messianic Age and World to come.

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Rabbi Yosef Berger, the rabbi of King David’s Tomb on Mount Zion, attended the fateful event almost two years ago and believes that it connected the presidential campaign with King David, bringing about Trump’s victory.

“King David also had to overcome great opposition in order to establish his kingship,” Rabbi Berger said to<a href=""> Breaking Israel News</a>.

“Trump connected to that. This cycle was completed when the president recognized Jerusalem as the true capital of the Jewish People, just as King David did,” the Rabbi added.

The event held in Jerusalem for the GOP was a first of its kind, with<a href=""> ceremonial</a>displays, parades, and the Nevel David (harp of David) catering hall overlooking the Temple Mount.

Donald Trump was so far behind in the polls that some pundits said it would “take a miracle for Trump to win,” many of those pushing this prophecy says.

“The organizers of the event chose this site, according intended to bring about just such a miracle,” Breaking News Israel suggests.

Pastor, as well as apocalyptic author Tom Horn, has argued that Donald Trump is either directly a descendant from this Davidic line, or that if not the Jewish Messiah himself, he would be the man to usher him in.

The Messiah is often referred to as "King Messiah" to the Jews, whereas the Hebrew interpretation is spelled “מלך משיח‎.”

According to Horn, 300 years ago a rabbi named Horowitz set a date where the Messiah arrival would occur.

On the Jewish calendar, that year was 5777, which translates to anywhere from 2016 and current times, making Trump's rise to power in line with prophecy.

Fascinating, I know, but also very much scary, as this would mean we're living in the ‘end times’ as we speak.

"Now they are looking at Donald Trump. One of the rabbi's illustrated how his name, the numerology of his name, actually means messiah," Horn said.

"Think about this for a moment: in the Jewish Zohar, 700 years ago in medieval Aramaic, Orthodox Jews speculated about when will the Messiah be on the Earth,” Horn adds.” And in the section of the Zohar they said he would arrive on Earth, he will make himself known in the year 5773, which was 2012 to 2013. Oddly enough, Trump goes to Israel in 2012, decides not to run for U.S. president, meets with heads of states, comes out of that.”

“You can watch YouTube, and he starts talking to the Jewish people telling them to vote for Benjamin Netanyahu, which they did," said Horn.

Keep in mind, all of the majority votes in the United Nations condemned the<a href=""> move of the US Embassy to Jerusalem </a>as well.

“What the Zohar said was he will be identified. From that day on forward, there have been at least a dozen Jewish rabbis that have said the Messiah is on Earth now. He's been identified, he is soon going to make himself known," Horn said.

Horn explained that the Messiah is not viewed in Jewish culture the same way Christians see the Messiah.

"For the Messiah to arrive, you can't think of him like we think of Messiah. We think of Messiah after the model of Jesus,” Horn added.” He's the son of God, divine birth, all of that. That's not how the Jews look at the Messiah. They're looking for a King.”

The Jewish role in Christ's crucifixion is partially important here.

With many of those who say they're Jewish in Israel today not showing Jesus any favorable sentiments, and Jesus not being the Lord or Messiah to the Jews.

“President Trump has decided to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of the Jewish people, to stand on the side of the truth, and to do the right thing,” Mayor Nir Barkat said in a statement, who would<a href=""> rename Jerusalem Square to US Square in honor of Donald Trump</a>

The same can be said for Islam, but they do recognize Christ as being a prophet who could perform miracles.

They, of course, follow the guise that Mohammed was the only Messiah, as the Holy Quran is written

“They are looking for a political leader,” Horn said of the Jewish communities in modern Israeli territory today.

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“And so a matter of fact, a messiah to them means the anointed one, and it goes back to the ancient days when they would anoint a king and recognize him as this is the man that God sent," Horn said.

The Messiah for the Jews, according to Rabbi Horn, will come in the form of a powerful political figure, with vast influence and accomplishments.

Donald Trump could very well be that King of the Jews, or at least, <i>to the Jews.</i>

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Jews believe that their Messiah will arrive in Jerusalem, where they have gathered now thanks to Donald Trump, and at the place of Temple Mount; after his arrival, the most prestigious time of Jews shall begin.

Even the Quran states that “And We said after Pharaoh to the Children of Israel, ‘Dwell in the land, and when there comes the promise of the Hereafter, We will bring you forth in [one] gathering.’ (Surah Al-Isra, 104)”.

According to this verse, it is obvious that one day Jews were destined to be gathered in one place and in one gathering.

Christianity takes a different twist into the Messiah, dependant upon your specific theological version of the world's dominant religious belief system.

Muslims believe that when “Prophet Esa” returns, he will denounce both the Jewish belief system and also the Christian belief system, and Islam will rise.

Christians, on the contrary, believe that Jesus Christ shall return to Jerusalem, and will certify the Christian belief system and faith as the one and only Savior of mankind.

Jerusalem is important for that <i>one event</i>, the return of their Messiah, for the three Abrahamic religions; Islam, Judaism, and Christianity.

For all these three religions, Temple Mount is believed to be the place where the Messiah shall emerge.

This is why the historic and challenged ownership of the Temple Mount is one of the most revered places for Judaism, Christianity, and Islam; and it remains as the third most sacred of all Holy sites for Muslims.

Due to its sacred importance to each belief system, it also creates heavy tensions between Muslims and the followers of Judaism and Christianity.

Although, Muslims do acknowledge Jesus Christ in a sense that Jews do not, suggesting that he was a prophet.

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In 1967, after the Israeli government seized control, they demolished nearby Muslim quarters.

The Israeli government took several measures regarding the Temple Mount designed to reassure the world that it had no intention of disputing where Temple Mount's sovereignty lay.

This decision would be withheld until this could be determined in a final status negotiation of Israeli and Palestinian discussions.

As we know, President Trump has demanded peace throughout the region, even employing his Son-in-law Jared Kushner to seek this progress.

<a href="">President Trump </a>recently made efforts to cut $200 million in funding to Palestine, which suggests he's fulfilling the prophecies even more.

Jews were banned from entering the site by rabbis themselves, in 1996 the committee imposed a restriction on entering only certain parts of Temple Mount.

In 1996, the Committee of Yesha Rabbis decreed that the Jews could enter the Temple Mount, although it has long been declared the prayer site only for Muslims.

<a href=""><h4>According to the JewFAQ, their interpretation of Jewish prophecy says the Jewish Messiah must meet the following requirements:</h4></a>

<blockquote>Belief in the eventual coming of the Mashiach is a basic and fundamental part of traditional Judaism. It is part of Rambam's 13 Principles of Faith, the minimum requirements of Jewish belief. In the Shemoneh Esrei prayer, recited three times daily, we pray for all of the elements of the coming of the Mashiach: ingathering of the exiles; restoration of the religious courts of justice; an end of wickedness, sin and heresy; reward to the righteous; rebuilding of Jerusalem; restoration of the line of King David; and restoration of Temple service.</blockquote>

<blockquote>Modern scholars suggest that the messianic concept was introduced later in the history of Judaism, during the age of the prophets. They note that the messianic concept is not explicitly mentioned anywhere in the Torah (the first five books of the Bible).</blockquote>

<blockquote>However, traditional Judaism maintains that the messianic idea has always been a part of Judaism. The Mashiach is not mentioned explicitly in the Torah, because the Torah was written in terms that all people could understand, and the abstract concept of a distant, spiritual, future reward was beyond the comprehension of some people. However, the Torah contains several references to "the End of Days" (a charity ha-yamim), which is the time of the Mashiach; thus, the concept of Mashiach was known in the most ancient times.</blockquote>

<blockquote>The term "Mashiach" literally means "the anointed one," and refers to the ancient practice of anointing kings with oil when they took the throne. The Mashiach is the one who will be anointed as king at the End of Days.</blockquote>

<blockquote>The term "Mashiach" literally means "the anointed one," and refers to the ancient practice of anointing kings with oil when they took the throne. The Mashiach is the one who will be anointed as king at the End of Days.</blockquote>

<blockquote>The word "Mashiach" does not mean "savior." The notion of an innocent, divine or semi-divine being who will sacrifice himself to save us from the consequences of our own sins is a purely Christian concept that has no basis in Jewish thought.</blockquote>

The Jewish prophecy believes that their Messiah is a political figure that can lead in battles, which Trump fulfills with ease.

Jews do not recognize Jesus Christ as their Messiah, and many subsects of Christianity don't acknowledge the occupants of Israel today as being truly Jewish.

The Christian Bible similarly refers to the Jewish people of Israel as having been scattered by God, which has led some to controversial perspectives.

According to Pastor Steven Anderson, who says that only God Himself can return the true Jews to Israel.

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Pastor Anderson is behind the controversial documentary “Marching to Zion,” which has felt fury across the globe from Jewish communities.

“We are an old-fashioned, independent, fundamental, King James Bible only, soul-winning Baptist church,” Anderson says.

Pastor Anderson has faced the Anti-Defamation League, who depict him as an anti-semite, for his interpretations of the Holy Bible at Arizona’s <a href=""> Faithful Word Baptist Church</a>.

He has strong beliefs, such as once saying that the<a href=""> “Orlando Massacre” mass shooting left “50 fewer pedophiles in the world,” </a>based off his condemnation of homosexuals, which he suggests is also Biblical.

In agreement with Pastor Anderson, the Bible does suggest homosexuality is the sin punishable by death.

More often than not, it refers to gays as “sodomites,” despite some religious communities claiming to accept homosexual relationships.

<strong><span style="color:red;">Leviticus 18:22 King James Version (KJV)</span></strong>

<strong><span style="color:red;">Thou shalt not lie with mankind, as with womankind: it is abomination.</span></strong>

<strong><span style="color:red;">Leviticus 20:13 King James Version (KJV)</span></strong>

<strong><span style="color:red;">If a man also lie with mankind, as he lieth with a woman, both of them have committed an abomination: they shall surely be put to death. Their blood shall be upon them.</span></strong>

Again, this interpretation is up to those who have read the Bible, but Anderson believes the Bible tells a brutal truth.

The arguments made by Pastor Anderson, while harsh rhetoric is used of the Israelites, are rooted with the wording of Biblical Scripture.

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As per “Revelations 3:9,” which refers to the “Synagogue of Satan.”

<strong><span style="color:green;">Revelation 3:9 1599 Geneva Bible (GNV)</span></strong>

<strong><span style="color:red;">Behold, I will make them of the synagogue of Satan, which call themselves Jews, and are not, but do lie: behold, I say, I will make them that they shall come and worship before thy feet, and shall know that I have loved thee.</span></strong>

<strong><span style="color:red;">Revelation 3:9 King James Version (KJV) </span></strong>

<strong><span style="color:red;">Behold, I will make them of the synagogue of Satan, which say they are Jews, and are not, but do lie; behold, I will make them to come and worship before thy feet, and to know that I have loved thee.</span></strong>

Both the pre-Scofield Bible changes in the Geneva Version and even the modified King James Version of the Bible; suggest that the rise of the Antichrist would be from a “Synagogue of Satan;” of which only Judaism has a synagogue, the Pastor argued.

For more information on the Scofield Bible, read the Washington Report on Middle East Affairs article titled,<a href=""> ”The Scofield Bible—The Book That Made Zionists of America’s Evangelical Christians.”</a>

Anderson says that the Jews of Israel cannot belong to the Holy Land, because God told the world he scattered the true Jews, and could only return upon his blessing.

To Anderson’s followers, this is a reality, which implies that the United Nations giving the Jewish homeland of Israel to the current inhabitants is false because only God could make such a decision

This would explain the biblical reference, “which say they are Jews,” Anderson argued, saying that there is no chance the Israelis of today are legitimate.

Why is this argument relevant, you may ask?

This same argument is also used by many who create “conspiracy” style videos on YouTube, suggesting Trump is either the Antichrist or will somehow usher in the “Tribulation” and “Rapture,” of Christian prophecy.

“The promise, when referring to Abraham’s descendants, speaks of God blessing them, not of entire nations ‘blessing’ the Hebrew nation, still less the contemporary and secular State of Israel,” says Stephen Sizer, the author of<a href=""> “Christian Zionism: Road-map to Armageddon?”</a>.

The New Scofield Study Bible, published by Oxford University Press in 1984, intensified the Scofield interpretation by adding, “For a nation to commit the sin of anti-Semitism brings inevitable judgment.”

“Sustained by a dubious exegesis of selective biblical texts,” Sizer concluded in saying, “Christian Zionism’s particular reading of history and contemporary events; sets Israel and the Jewish people apart from other peoples in the Middle East; it justifies the endemic racism intrinsic to Zionism; exacerbates tensions between Jews and Palestinians and undermines attempts to find a peaceful resolution of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict; all because ‘the Bible tells them so.’”

That argument is also bemused by many, which proclaim that critique of Israel is rooted in Biblical texts because God is the final judge.

This interpretation is perceived as being a different group of people outside the Israelites to Evangelicals, who openly welcome the Israeli people of today proclaiming their Jewish heritage, without question

Anderson says this perception of today's Israelites as rightful Holy Land ownership is incorrect.

Being that the United Nations created the Nation State of Israel, in accordance with this interpretation of the Bible, that wouldn't be God's teaching, says Anderson.

Some have agreed with Anderson’s assessment, albeit those such videos have tens of thousands of views on YouTube.

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Anderson proclaims loudly that those claiming to be Jews today are descendants of heathens who killed Jesus Christ.

According to Anderson, “God said it would be worse for Jews than it was for Sodom,” in terms of justice for the “false Jews” who “killed Christ.”

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The Faithful Word announced that sentiment for a film titled “Marching To Zion,” which is responsible for countless attacks against his interpretation of the Bible since.

Anderson goes on to say that Zionism, as a whole, is refuted in the Bible.

Anderson strongly condemns those who give support to Israel, as it is worshipping a false God or a false idol.

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Again, that claim is backed by the Bible, with Anderson using numerous verses to suggest this.

<strong><span style="color:red;">Isaiah 43:10 King James Version (KJV)</span></strong>

<strong><span style="color:red;">Ye are my witnesses, saith the Lord, and my servant whom I have chosen: that ye may know and believe me, and understand that I am he: before me there was no God formed, neither shall there be after me.</span></strong>

<strong><span style="color:red;">Exodus 20:3 King James Version (KJV)</span></strong>

<strong><span style="color:red;">Thou shalt have no other gods before me.</span></strong>

<strong><span style="color:red;">Exodus 23:13 King James Version (KJV)</span></strong>

<strong><span style="color:red;">And in all things that I have said unto you be circumspect: and make no mention of the name of other gods, neither let it be heard out of thy mouth.</span></strong>

Another subsect of religious and controversial Christians agree with Anderson, being authors Paul McGuire and Troy Anderson.

The pair wrote, <a href=""> “Trumpocalypse: The End-Times President, a Battle Against the Globalist Elite, and the Countdown to Armageddon.”</a>

If such claims are accurate, the “conspiracy” crowd would suggest that this means we are now living in the “End Times,” and that Donald Trump, as the Jewish Messiah, will bring about the Apocalyptic end of all life.

How? That's what others are debating.

The recognition of Jerusalem as the Israeli capital has created fury among Muslims, who hold the area of great importance per the Temple Mount.

Muslims do not accept Israel as the rightful claimants of what they call Palestine. We know that much for certain.

From<a href=" Trump 666 Mark of the Beast.htm"> Hypertexts:</a>

“Conspiracy” claims that Trump announced his candidacy for President on June 16th, of 2015? That date equals:

“June 6th of 2015 = 6+(1*6)+(1+5) = 666. On the Ides of March, he had 666 delegates.”

Similar claims can be found around the internet.

Even liberal media outlets have harped on this prophecy.

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Newsweek wrote an article titled,<a href=""> “TRUMP WILL START THE END OF THE WORLD, CLAIM EVANGELICALS WHO SUPPORT HIM,”</a>

“Evangelical Christians overwhelmingly support President Donald Trump because they believe he'll cause the world to end,” Newsweek writes, before attacking Trump.

Total shock, I know.

It's not that we agree with Newsweek at all, in fact,<a href=""> I've written stories attacking them myself in the past </a>few years of writing.

<a href="">The Goldwater </a>has slammed Newsweek <a href=""> in the past</a> as well, but we use all of these various stories and sources for informative purposes.

There are no specific means of Biblical interpretation that one person can tell another to follow.

In the end, it's up to you to decide which way to lean, or how to interpret the Bible, but the <a href=""> beliefs of most Trump supporters</a> are that he is the greatest President of our nation's history.

President Trump is so powerful, he's <a href=""> been able to bring Democrats </a>to his side.

Time will tell if that holds biblical significance.

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