I wonder why not the “Pope of the Jews” Yitzhak Kaduri seriously!
Thursday, 24 May 2007 10:22:24
Rabbi saw Messiah!
Blasphemy of the first water
Shortly before his death wrote a Jerusalem rabbi down the name of the Messiah.
Meanwhile, the secret memo was opened – and caused some amazement.
Rabbi Yitzhak Kaduri († 2006)
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In September 2005, wrote the Jerusalem Kabbalist Rabbi Yitzhak Kaduri and down a short note. He ordered that they should not be read until a year after his death.
In January 2006, died of rabbis.
A year later the note was opened. There was to read what many have known for 2,000 years. Kaduris SOURCE
Concerning the letter abbreviation of the name of the Messiah:
Jarim Ha’am Wejochiach Sche’Dvaro We’Torato Omdim
[In English: He will raise the people and prove that his word and his law are].
I have signed in the month of mercy
Note from Rabbi Kaduri
The first letter of the Hebrew words in the sentence are:
Jot – Hey – Vav – Shin – Vav – Ain.
Strung together, these letters are read in Hebrew as “Yehoshua“.
This is the Hebrew form of the name “Jesus”.
The reaction to the unveiling of Rabbi Kaduri were mixed.
In the Israeli media, the note was hushed up.
Jewish seminary students at the Nahalat Yitzhak – which was founded by Kaduris son David (80) – said that her teacher did not say how exactly the name of the Messiah must be decoded from the set.
Son of David holds the note even for a fake.
At the alleged time of writing the note was his father not been able to write. In addition come the handwriting of him.
When David Kaduri was told that his father told the official website of the note, he is said to have exclaimed: “Oh no! This is blasphemy. “
People could fall into the belief that his father had referred to the Messiah of the Christians.
David Kaduri confirmed the other hand, that his father had in recent years almost exclusively talked and dreamed of the Messiah.
“My father has met the Messiah in a vision.”
Rabbi Yitzhak Kaduri:
Rabbi Yitzhak Kaduri was a Kabbalist and Talmudic scholar. He was visited by thousands of people for advice and venerated as a saint. He was also known to bless amulets and to bring about healing.
Kaduri was born in Baghdad, where he was born around 1898.
In 1922 he emigrated to Palestine. There he worked as a translator for the Arabic language in the British Army. After state hood, he worked as a bookbinder.
At his death on 28 January 2006, he was about 110 years old.
At his funeral took played between 200,000 and 300,000 people.
Shortly before his death, told the rabbi that he had seen the Messiah.
Kaduri said that the Messiah in Israel after the death of former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon will appear.
Former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon lies in a coma since early January 2006.
A Messiah of flesh and blood
The description of the Messiah by Rabbi Kaduri is published on his official homepage.
The Messiah would hold no office, but among men, and use the media to communicate. His government would be pure – without personal or political interests.
During his rule would prevail only righteousness and truth.
“People will wonder and say, ‘What is the Messiah’ Already many have known his name, but do not believe that he is the Messiah.”
Not all people would immediately think of the Messiah. For non-believers, it will be easier to follow the Messiah than for Orthodox Jews.
The revelation of the Messiah be done in two steps. First, he would confirm his position as Messiah active – without knowing himself that he is the Messiah.
Then he will reveal some Jews. That would not necessarily be Tora student. It was only then he revealed to the whole nation.
“People will wonder and say:.” What is the Christ “already have many knew his name, but do not believe that he is the Messiah”
When the Messiah came, he would liberate Jerusalem from foreign religions.
Crosses on the manuscripts
According to the daily newspaper ‘Israel Today’ there are many private manuscripts of the rabbi, which he wrote for his students. Particularly striking are there cross-like symbols painted Kaduri was scattered over the sides.
Religious Jews do not use crosses. Even plus sign should be avoided because they could be mistaken for a cross.
Asked about the significance of his crosses, Kaduri said that they were “signs of the Angels” are.
Representatives of the seminar Nahalat Yitzhak declared against ‘Israel Today’ that the story would have to pay on the secret memo never have.
You have damaged the reputation of the revered old sage.
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