11 September 2014

The False Messiah

16 Elul 5774

Well, of course, we always knew that oto ha'ish was a false messiah, but there are now apparently people who have the technological know-how to fake his "second-coming." Take for example this write-up in Wired Magazine about a native Israeli who already has plans in the works...
Apocalypse Now
How a hologram, a blimp, and a massively multiplayer game could bring peace to the Holy Land.
Yitzhaq Hayutman holds the key to peace on Earth - it's on a floppy disk in his pants pocket. With his full white beard, bald pate, and well-pressed khakis, the 61-year-old Israeli cybernetics expert and tech investor looks like Moses done over for a Banana Republic ad. Right now, he's showing me how he wants to position an airborne hologram over the Dome of the Rock, a gold-capped shrine that's one of the most holy sites in Islam. "The blimp will go there," Hayutman says pointing into the blue. "And eventually the Messiah will come."
...For 1,500 years, Jews, Christians, and Muslims have fought for control of this 35-acre plateau in the heart of Jerusalem. The dispute remains one of the main obstacles to peace in the Middle East. Jewish teachings say that a temple must be built here - many say on the exact spot where the Dome now stands - in order to induce the arrival of the Messiah and the coming of peace on Earth. Fundamentalist Christians interpret this to mean the Second Coming of Christ and actively encourage Jewish building efforts. Muslims categorically oppose any encroachment on their holy site, from which they believe Mohammed ascended to heaven to receive the Koran.
All sides acknowledge that tensions on the hill have the potential to start a war, but Hayutman believes he has found a way to resolve the intractable conflict. "What most people see is that if the Muslims are here, surely there is no temple," Hayutman says. "They do not understand that technology has given us the tools to realize the prophecy right now."
He has two big ideas, two ways to engineer the apocalypse....
We first heard from Xian volunteers here about how they have come to "fulfill the prophecies," so this is an idea that is gaining traction - that human beings must take it upon themselves to bring the prophecies of redemption to fruition and I daresay that we hear similar sentiments from Jews as well. It's a very dangerous idea, as you will see...



It was actually these words of Binyamin Golden, a young autistic man, with whom certain rabbis do facilitated communications, which set me off on this research...
...The lie of all this war - it's simply that we have here a script that the evildoers have created in order to wipe out the Arabs and also the Jews. The Arabs - they wanted to wipe out majorly, and the remainder would be slaves. And the Jews themselves, they want not just to kill them, the Jews, but to turn them into gentiles. But, really. Not that they will turn them into Christians, and not into Muslims, there's to be a new religion. And this new religion - they believe, it will be very attractive, especially to the seculars. Because it will be a bit from this and a bit from that. But, it will be idolatry....
...They claim that the war is between the regular people and the 'terrorists'. They are the enemies and not this country or another. The enemy is the terrorists. And I'm saying that real terrorists - almost don't exist. And also, all the "suicides" and all the things from this type, if they, 'Edom', didn't prepare them,  I don't believe they were capable of reaching these kinds of achievements alone, in their own strength. Perhaps, 'here and there', but beyond a shadow of a doubt, not at such a world class level. They simply chose them from the desert, and after a few good years they put them to work as 'terrorists'...
...And I'll tell you another thing, that from here they will want to rule, and I've said it all along, that from here they will want to rule. But, why? I'll say once more, because it's the place that Hashem gave to His people, to Am Yisrael. His people, His child, His beloved son. His beloved bride, then they will think and will demonstrate to the world that this is it. "We are the beloved of Hashem, and we are not only the beloved of Hashem, we even rule over Hashem," chas v'shalom, "because we are chasidim of the Satan," chas v'shalom, shelo neda.
And then they will bring so-to-speak, "Mashiach," who won't be The Mashiach, of course, but they will present him as Mashiach. They have, as we can see, plans more elaborate than what I'm telling you, because I don't know exactly what, but I know the direction, I know the basis of their plan. And it's going precisely according to our prophets. But, we will see, because it will start very strong.
And since the visit of the Pope, may his name and memory be erased - since then everything is changing. It started a bit before that, but since he arrived - it changed greatly. They've started coming out in the open, outside so everyone can see them.
Be informed, be aware, and you won't fall for the lie!

4 comments:

  1. I enjoyed reading the Wired version of the article. It reminded me of the Old City Light Shows they had over the summer. Beautiful light creations imposed over the stones. Images of all kinds tat looked actually real. In fact, I've seen the hologram of a future temple superimposed over Har Habayit maybe a year or so ago, as part of an artists rendition.

    I don't want to read any more into it.

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  2. Sorry to have to say there are so many just plain stupid Jews like this one who has this 'idea' of the hologram. Who are they fooling, G-D? Everything that Binyamin and Moishela are saying is spot on. It's so out there in your face, that one has to be in a fog not to see what truth and reality is. Their messages are so important for those who have no idea what reality really is.

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  3. Binyamin is spot on but he doesn't leave me with much. The world is a madhouse, yes. Can't trust anyone, I agree. So what do I do now?

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  4. I'm working on the questions and answers to Binyamin's latest message. B'ezrat Hashem, I'll have at least half of it ready by Sunday and maybe you will find some encouragement there.

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