Skip to comments.PROMINENT MYSTIC: NEXT YEAR WILL BE THE FINAL JUBILEE, YEAR OF MESSIAH’S ARRIVAL
Posted on 01/12/2022 9:21:49 AM PST by silent majority rising
Rabbi Yekutiel Fish, a prominent mystic from Jerusalem, gave a lesson last week in which he proved through a precise mathematical equation that next year will be the final Jubilee before the arrival of the Messiah.
“We are now in the month of Shevat on the eve of the Messiah,” Rabbi Fish said at the beginning of his lesson. “If you happen to hear a shofar, don’t be alarmed or confused,” the rabbi joked. “It is only the arrival of the Messiah.”
Rabbi Fish attributed the teaching to Rabbi Oren Evron, a prominent mystic-numerologist.
“Rabbi Evron told me the following message in the most simple manner possible, like an innocent child and not like a Torah authority,” Rabbi Fish said. “But after he told me, I realized that what we have here is an atomic bomb. Rabbi Evron informed me that next year, 5783, will be a Jubilee year and will usher in the Messiah.”
Today, in the absence of a fully-functioning supreme Jewish court, known as the Sanhedrin, the Jewish community in Israel neither marks nor observes the Jubilee year. According to Jewish tradition, the re-establishment of the Biblically-mandated Jubilee year is part of the messianic process.
It should be noted that the current year, 5782, is a shemittah (Sabbatical) year. The Shemitah is part of a larger framework of seven Shemitah (sabbatical) cycles, in which we count 49 years, and then the 50th year is the Jubilee year, as described in Leviticus.
And you shall hallow the fiftieth year. You shall proclaim release throughout the land for all its inhabitants. It shall be a jubilee for you: each of you shall return to his holding and each of you shall return to his family. Leviticus 25:10
In Judaism, it is a positive religious commandment “to sanctify the 50th year” (Leviticus 25:8). In actual practice, the Biblically-mandated requirement to observe the Jubilee year was disrupted when the 10 Tribes were exiled approximately 2,700 years ago. Prior to that time, the Jews were careful about counting the cycles leading to the Jubilee year. They observed all the Biblical requirements of the Jubilee year, including freeing slaves and returning property to its original owner.
The Jubilee year is observed only when all of the Nation of Israel is in the Land of Israel. Therefore, when the Jews returned from Babylonian Exile since many chose to remain in the Diaspora, the Jubilee was not observed. For the same reason, the Jubilee was not observed in modern Israel.
RABBI FISH CONTINUED HIS LESSON. “We know that the Messiah will be revealed in the Jubilee,” Rabbi Fish said. “This is stated simply and to be understood simply. But we are currently counting and observing the shemittah without any Jubilee. We know the Messiah will come on the 85th Jubilee but by not counting the Jubilee, we are canceling out his arrival. The Jubilee has ceased to exist.”
The rabbi cited an explanation by Rabbi Chaim Vital, a noted 16th-century kabbalist from Tzfat, on a verse in Leviticus:
If he lacks sufficient means to recover it, what he sold shall remain with the purchaser until the jubilee; in the jubilee year it shall be released, and he shall return to his holding. Leviticus 25:28
“Rabbi Chaim explained that the verse teaches that if God sees that the nation does not have the strength to continue until the final Jubilee, the 85th Jubilee, that marks the time when the Messiah is set to come, then God will bring the Messiah anyway. Even if the nation does not merit Redemption, even if the nation is entirely evil, God forbid, God will bring the Messiah.”
“But Rabbi Vital and the Talmud speak about Jubilee and we don’t even have the Jubilee in our time. So how can this be?”
Rabbi Fish cited Rabbi Evron who stated, “Every seven days since the creation of the world has been Shabbat. Every seven years since the creation of the world has been the Shemittah.”
He noted that if the Hebrew year is divisible by seven, then it is a shemittah year. This year, for example, is 5782 which is the 826th shemittah year since the creation of the world.
“Similarly, the Jubilee is the first year of the next shemittah cycle. This has been true since creation. This year is 5782, divided by 49 equals precisely 118. So next year is the 118th Jubilee since the creation of the world. That would be clear and obvious had we been counting the Jubilee cycle, as we were supposed to.”
BUT THE GOOD NEWS CAME WITH A DIRE WARNING. “The rabbis teach that the Messiah comes in the year following a Shemittah but they also teach that the Shemittah year will bring wars.
Rabbi Fish noted that the genatria (Hebrew numerology) of the sentence, “במוצא שביעית בן דוד בא” (after the Shemittah the Messiah/son of David arrives) is precisely 1,000.
“One thousand plus the 118, the number of Jubilees since creation, equals 1,118, which in Gematria is the first line of Shema Yisrael declaring that God is king and God is one,” Rabbi Fish said. “After Messiah, after this Jubilee, the entire world will recognize that God is king and God is one.”
The arrival of Messiah has been predicted every single year that I have been alive, which is more than 3 score and 10. May this be the year that Messiah comes!
The world is shaping up for the anti-messiah first.
A man who will confirm a 7 year peace deal that divides Israel for “Peace and Security’.
The Messiah already arrived, 2k years ago.
When this guy is shown to be a false prophet, will he be punished as false prophets are punished?
I would like to hear the thoughts of more Jewish Freepers on this. We do live in interesting times.
This guy proclaimed the revelation of Messiah would happen two years ago.
I don’t think any of Agudath, Dati Leumi, or Sefardi sages take him seriously.
They used to kill false prophets. They should bring that back.
Jesus answered: “Watch out that no one deceives you. 5 For many will come in my name, claiming, ‘I am the Messiah,’ and will deceive many. 6 You will hear of wars and rumors of wars, but see to it that you are not alarmed. Such things must happen, but the end is still to come.
Reminds me of hearing rabbi Daniel Lapin hosting a radio show and a caller started to make a reference to the “second coming” and stopped herself. She apologized profusely and rabbi Lapin very gently told the lady it was OK and not to worry. He said “all we disagree about is the number”... ha ha ha. That has stuck with me for over 20 years now.
May it be so but God says “not even JC knows the time”. So I doubt this guy knows anything.
“ When this guy is shown to be a false prophet, will he be punished as false prophets are punished?”
The admonishment is ‘beware of false prophets”, not punish them.
People wait for authorities to tell them what to do. The Gospel and the letters of St Paul are telling enough.
I followed one of these prophesies once. Came from a. Good authority at a Catholic place. What I learned was- well, a lot, mostly beware of false prophets.
I was so convinced it was the end. I went to an intelligent priest. He said, it really helps your devotion, doesn’t it? It did. I did get things straight. What he also meant was, just be ready, don’t be concerned with the ramblings of people who may or may not know.
I see these headlines and skip right ahead. This man might or might not know. That’s all
Jesus said only the Father knows. Not for nothing.
If you are plowing the field and someone comes and tells you the Mosiach has arrived, keep plowing.
It’s a play on the old joke.
The Mosiach arrives in Israel and goes to meet the Prime Minister. The Prime Minister greets him and asks “so, is this your first visit to our country? . . .”
But the “END”,
Or the “New Jerusalem.”
and so Come Lord.
Again? Don’t these people know that no man knoweth the date?
Or women for that matter.
To date, the 2 Fish and the Woman are still above Israel’s head at Passover and Tabernacles, respectively.
There is a time when those two signs will change to two different signs at Passover and Tabernacles.
The Man carrying a Jar of water, at Passover
The Lion , from the Tribe of Judah, at Tabernacles
It would seem both of those are noted in the New Covenant scriptures.
And it would appear those signs, at His Feasts, have a scriptural theme that is declared at His Appointments.
The Messiah of Israel is recorded as stating the first sign, the Man carrying a Jar of water, in Mark and Luke.
The Lion of Judah is recorded in the Book of Revelation.
The Ram was replaced by the 2 Fish at Passover in the past.
The Scale was replaced by the Woman at Tabernacles in the past
The 2 Fish will be replaced by the Man Carrying a Jar of Water. At Passover.
The Woman will be replaced by the Lion from the Tribe of Judah, at Tabernacles.
Those who don’t have the Son, the Passover Lamb, may be at a disadvantage when predicting His return as the Lion of the Tribe of Judah.
It helps to look up at His sky, at His Feasts ,to see what He is declaring.
And to have the Old and New Testament scriptures close by.
Will the Man carrying the Jar of Water appear at Passover?
If it does, or when it does,it would seem the Lion will eventually make His Appearance in the Fall at Tabernacles
That probably sounds like nonsense or jibberish to those without the New Covenant scriptures..
A Jewish Harold Camping.
As I said, I have been hearing that since I was born 70 years ago. Nonetheless, I pray that this is the year (as I always do).
So when do these signs change?
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