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Sunday, November 19, 2006

It's the Final Countdown

את חטאי אני מזכיר היום
As a teenager, I used to like this song way before it became popular introduction music at Jewish weddings. So, I'll try to elevate its קדושה even more by using it as a title for a Geula post.
  • Rav Dahan Shlit"a - the Tsunami Kabbalist - said recently that Eliyahu Hanavi Zachur Latov will announce himself soon, and everyone will know that it's him. Soon afterward, Mashiah ben David will arrive and will live forever (see Sukkah 52b). Mashiah ben Yosef had already died, he says. (Sources: HydePark forum, Geula Forum, Nava, and
  • talks about how the Targum Yonatan on the ברית בין הבתרים (Covenant between the pieces) foretells how Iran's downfall will be the rise of the Jewish people.
  • Nava explains the missed opportunity of last year (5766) and gives advice for this year (5767) and the month of Heshvan in particular.
  • R' Dov Bar Leib explains what happened on the 17th of Heshvan, and what it means in the scheme of things.

It's the final countdown...


At Sun Nov 19, 08:36:00 AM 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Meir Kahane was him.

At Sun Nov 19, 09:29:00 AM 2006, Blogger yaak said...

Rabbi Kahane Zt"l is mentioned often as being MBY, but is not sure if Rav Dahan is saying that the figure even lived recently. He may have lived centuries ago. See this Shiur by Rav Ovadia, where he quotes the Ben Yehoyada by the Ben Ish Hai who says this in Sanhedrin.

At Sun Nov 19, 04:27:00 PM 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Are you saying that the people you mentioned are a prophet/prophetess?

At Mon Nov 20, 09:25:00 AM 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"ריבונו של עולם, הנה המשיח בן-יוסף יצא לנקום בשונאי ישראל, ונהרג על ידם"

About who else can you this be said? Kahane was on his way to become prime minister. We all know what he would have done then.

At Sat Nov 25, 08:55:00 PM 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

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At Mon Nov 07, 05:57:00 PM 2011, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous, we are not tired of talking of the mosiach. if we do, then we dont believe he will come anymore. G-d Himself will send the mosiach. Amen.


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