Monday, March 27, 2006

Sof Davar Hakol Nishma #5

#1 #2 #3 #4

Hashem1.net is back from his break and tells us that the Teimani leader - Rav Ratzabi - who told us to vote for the Shas party (mentioned here) also tells us that there's an old manuscript that says that a solar eclipse in Adar is a sign for the coming of Mashiah.

Also, check out these links thanks to R' Yaakov Nathan in Ledavid.com

Compiled from different sources:

The Biala Rebbe says: "this week between wednseday and thursday something very very important for the world and Moshiach will happen" (thanks to davidh) [LINK]

Baba Baruch (son of the Baba Sali, ztvk"l) says: Moshiach will be here in Nissan (thanks also to davidh)
[LINK]

Also from davidh is the report of the Rabbi who went to Israel to witness the opening of Rav Kaduri's letter, who says that the geulah is imminent! (My translation of davidh's Englais expression "very very next" ) [LINK]

Rav Mordechai Eliyahu is quoted on YNET stating that after the Israeli elections, "the country will change, everything will change." [LINK]

Nava posted, back on March 9, that a group went to Tzfat to daven by the Tzaddikim. They went afterwards to a mekubal (name not disclosed) for a bracha and he told them "Be prepared for a big surprise Adar 28 - election day and be ready the following day to be at the Kotel." [LINK]


It was posted that a certain individual in Bnei Brak had a dream that "his daughter told him that this coming Thursday [Rosh Chodesh] something will happen that will shake the world. And when R' Chaim Kanievsky, shlita, heard about this he requested that they buy him a new suit for this Thursday"
[LINK]

And finally, I personally heard from a friend in Israel that a certain mekubal they spoke with said, regarding the Israeli elections (scheduled for Tuesday, two days before Rosh Chodesh Nissan), that it is already been sealed in Heaven.



Think about these reports for a moment...
...and then ACT!
Take a day off from work this week and devote a day to kedusha! Learn Torah and especially Chassidus, say tehillim with joy, daven longer and more deeply than usual! Go to the kever of a tzaddik! Put tefillin on a "not-yet-religious" Jew!

In short: Tut altz vos ir kent!
Do everything you can! NOW IS THE TIME!
It might be our actions that make the difference!

Amen amen amen, ken yehi ratzon!


Amen!

9 Comments:

At Mon Mar 27, 02:09:00 PM 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ok before I start, I HOPE AND PRAY THAT YOU ARE RIGHT I want MOSHIACH HERE YESTERDAY!!! HE WILL PUT AN END TO ALL THE SHEKER IN THIS WORLD!!! AMEN VERY SOON>
Having said that, I am quite shocked that these bold statements are posted. People may get there hopes up and if nothing happens then people get disapointed.
Also, am I the only one who is extremely skeptical about these sources?? I mean c'mon, ppl quote so many others all the time. It doesn't mean that those Gedolim really said those things in that way.
Halvai, I hope it is true.
Mayer

 
At Mon Mar 27, 02:30:00 PM 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Also, how is it that Rav Kaduri's letter was able to be opened? I thought that it had to be a year since his passing before it was to be opened? Has it been a year? I don't think so.
Thank You
Mayer

 
At Mon Mar 27, 04:01:00 PM 2006, Blogger yaak said...

I am quite shocked that these bold statements are posted. People may get there hopes up and if nothing happens then people get disapointed.

Mayer,
Your concern is neither new nor is it a bad question.
However, I believe that it's extremely important to increase the awareness of the Ge'ula and to inspire more people towards that end. I believe these types of posts do so.
We've been disappointed for 2000 years. Being disappointed is not the issue. The issue is people becoming discouraged. If the post won't come true Has Veshalom, then I would hope that people will look forward to the next post, and not become discouraged. If people take it the wrong way, then I hope they learn more Torah to see that there's no reason to be discouraged. It's happening, and Be'ezrat Hashem soon.

Also, am I the only one who is extremely skeptical about these sources?? I mean c'mon, ppl quote so many others all the time. It doesn't mean that those Gedolim really said those things in that way.

I'll admit that I didn't check out all the sources that I posted about. However, the 2 people that I quoted from - Hashem1.net and R' Yaakov Nathan - seem to be reliable Yirei Shamayim.
That said, take any quote with a grain of salt unless you hear it directly. (BTW, The quote from Rav Ratzabi comes with a video if you look at the link to Hashem1.net).

Also, how is it that Rav Kaduri's letter was able to be opened? I thought that it had to be a year since his passing before it was to be opened? Has it been a year? I don't think so.

Others asked the same questions here.

 
At Mon Mar 27, 06:02:00 PM 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

davidh is a very unreliable source. A short check of his history of posts will show that.

Yaakov Nathan means well, but is caught up in Habad. He was the main promotor of the hoax of the Habad toddlers.

What has voting for Shas to do with Geula?

 
At Mon Mar 27, 08:17:00 PM 2006, Anonymous Neshama said...

Anonymous:
It's important to clarify the statement made about "davidh" - because said casually it is lashon hora, but if it is substantive, then we need be cautioned.

Anonymous: Please clarify.

 
At Mon Mar 27, 11:48:00 PM 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yaakov Nathan means well, but is caught up in Habad. He was the main promotor of the hoax of the Habad toddlers.

Yaakov Nathan is not a promoter of any hoax. He said about the kids exactly what there was, all straight. He didn't try to make them "prophets" or something like that. He gave the information like he recieved it exactly. When things didn't come true, he didn't delete the traces like others do.

Of many kinds of people in the internet, Yaakov Nathan is one of the honest and kindest people. He gives us information. What we like - we take to our attention, and what we don't like - we don't.

Many people, including me, believe that the kids were right at some level. Even big tzadikim make mistakes. Anyway, it was fun.

As for now, I cannot imagine the web without Yaakov Nathan.

(and of course, I can't imagine it without this blog...)

Thank you Yaakov Nathan and Yeranen Yaakov! If you hear something - let us know!

 
At Mon Mar 27, 11:51:00 PM 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

What to clarify?
That Moshiach is here but those who wait for him dont like him; dont see him , dont listen him.

You dont put dates and times of Moshiach to show, but the people to see and understand him. Will this happen tomorrow or after tomorrow?
Noone knows when the blind will see.
Noone knows when those who sleep will wake up.

 
At Tue Mar 28, 08:38:00 AM 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yakov Nathan promoted what the autistic children said, saw the lights in the sky that he wanted to see, and breathlessly awaited the coming of Moshiach at Chanukah. It did not happen.

If it does not happen this week either, we must continue to wait, to expect the arrival of Moshiach, to make tshuva and promote emuna.

 
At Sat Dec 16, 09:49:00 PM 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you Yaakov Nathan and Yeranen Yaakov! If you hear something - let us know!

I am sorry that would not be possible he has unwittingly banned mashiach from his site.

SAA

 

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