Monday, March 27, 2006

Kabbalists Weigh in on the Elections and Eclipse

The Halban (milkman), who was mentioned here predicts a Kadima victory, but a strong showing for the National-Religious parties, which will give Olmert a hard time making his coalition.

As previously mentioned, many Kabbalists have said that Ariel Sharon would be the last Prime Minister before the Mashiah. R' Nir Ben Artzi is one of them, but he adds that there may be a rotation via some National Unity government, but there won't be a leader that will compare to Sharon's power until Mashiah.

R' David Batzri (like R' Ratzabi) said that the solar eclipse symbolizes the beginning of the flowering of Mashiah. He added that Egypt will suffer a great blow from extremist Muslims, and the entire peace process will be in great danger. He said that "it's forbidden to return territory for a peace agreement. This is already not relevant to our times."

Source for the above

R' Bentzion Mutzafi said that the eclipse is a sign for earthquakes coming afterwards. However, he said that specifically that after this eclipse, THE earthquake is likely to come soon after the eclipse (how long afterwards is unknown). The earthquake refered to is the one mentioned in Yehezkel 38. He told people not to be afraid of the earthquake, and advised people to say Nishmat Kol Hai while the earthquake is being felt as a Segulah to be saved from it.


At Tue Mar 28, 08:48:00 AM 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

You see already things are starting to be "clarified" bewcause very soon a new "leader" will be chosen in Eretz Yisrael.
First it was said that Ariel Sharon will be the last leader, now its as if to say Hachi Kaamar (this is what he really meant to say) he would be the last great leader but there will be other leaders. BACKTRACKING? Hello, am i the only one to see we have no idea what is going to happen?! This is all speculation we are clueless and I still have doubts whether those ppl who said those things actually said them.

At Tue Mar 28, 09:43:00 AM 2006, Blogger yaak said...

When the Gemara says "hachi kaamar", is that backtracking? This was probably the original intent, but missed by the amei haaretz like myself.

Alternatively, things in the world that are in the power of man to change (anything involving Yirat Shamayim) caused a change in the prediction.

At Sat Jun 17, 05:42:00 PM 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rav Nir Ben Artzi said that "Sharon would be the last" and he did not say "the last prime minister".


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