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Monday, 29 September 2014

Yitzhak Kaduri Prophesy & Naming The Messiah

There is a famous prophesy in this time that is being discussed and even disputed by those who are living in spiritual darkness and ignorance.All Truth from God comes from God it is as simple as that.

People who have not got a personal relationship with Jesus Christ will not have a personal relationship with God. And in the divine plan, God has ensured that His Trusted Chosen Ones deliver HIS  Truth!

The Rabbi means spiritual teacher. The Rabbis do not just suddenly wake up and say I am going to be a Rabbi, if anything the study of the Torah and a life focus on prayer and understanding is just the beginning of the role in bringing people back to know the Lord. Preserving the truth - the Oracle of God is entrusted to the Jews and so it makes sense from Jewish people there will be people who are guided in truth too.

Back only a couple of years ago I learned of the Rabbi Yitzhak Kaduri and his identification of the Messiah. It was for me, heartwarming because it meant that people were being prepared.

Yesterday I came across another video discussing the Rabbi and so it is timely to write again about this, instead of mentioning this within another article, that can easily be lost in the text message.

The prophesy is that not only will the Messiah lift the people but he will also prove that His Words and Laws are Valid. Being just one instrument of the Lord, I hope that in some way this is being shown.

The prophesy has declared that the Messiah will appear to Israel after Ariel Sharon's death. Ariel Sharon was in a coma after a number of years and died January 11th 2014.

The message that was delivered with the promise is that Israel will blossom again - the family of Israel being the 12 sons and daughter and their descendants. Part of that blossoming is likely also to do with the realisation that we are all children of the Lord and to remember his promises since ancient times. There has been given an eternal covenant of peace, peace with love and higher spiritual values shared.

'David Kaduri the Rabbi's 80 year old son confirmed that in his last year, his father had talked and dreamed almost exclusively about the Messiah and his coming. My father has met this Messiah in a vision he said, and he told us he was coming very soon'

The Rabbi was not impressed by Celebrities or fame. The orator places his interpretation of the Rabbi's experience when clarity was already given - If Jesus appeared in front of him and a vision of Jesus might be two different experiences. Visions can be seen through the mind's eye and called  an internal Epiphany. David Kaduri has shared that Jesus would appear to Israel after Ariel Sharon's death.

Please just keep to the truth when given facts - not change this! When the prophesy is fulfilled then it will be identified as all the others that have been given over the thousands of years before.

 With the Torah the precision to detail when maintaining this,  if one letter is documented in error the entire manuscript cannot be completed. The Old Testament has been maintained and bound together with the New Testament - the latter was written in Greek. Not reading, writing or speaking Hebrew,, I am 'deliberately limited' to show even if someone studies Hebrew - there are many meanings to each letter. There are many layers of understanding in the Holy Scriptures. And as Jesus spoke in Parables, it helps to be guided by him to discover and understand the message that he is sharing 'at this/any time with everyone'.

Sharing more about the Rabbi of the Century.

'Yitzchak Kaduri  was a renowned Mizrahi Haredi rabbi and kabbalist who devoted his life to Torah study and pdayer on behalf of theJewish people. He taught and practiced the kavanot of the Rashash. His blessings andamulets were also widely sought to cure people of illnesses and infertility. In his life, he published no religious articles or books.;
He was born in Baghdad, (some say in 1902 - although his true birth year isn't known for sure), then part of the Ottoman Turkish vilayets, to Rabbi Katchouri Diba ben Aziza, a spice trader. This birth year was published in Mishpacha magazine from a live interview with the rabbi in 2005.
As a youngster, Kaduri excelled in his studies and began learning Kabbalah while still in his teens, a study that would last his entire life. He was a student of the Ben Ish Chai (Rabbi Yosef Chaim of Baghdad) and studied at the Zilka Yeshivah inBaghdad.
Rabbi Kaduri moved to the British Mandate of Palestine (Eretz Israel, the Holy Land) in 1923 upon the advice of the elders of Baghdad, who hoped that his scholarship and piety would stop the incursion of Zionism in the post-World War I state. It was here that he changed his name from Diba to Kaduri.'
'He later immersed himself in regular Talmudic study and rabbinical law in the Porat Yosef Yeshiva in Jerusalem's Old City, where he also studied Kabbalah with the Rosh Yeshivah, Rabbi Ezra Attiya, Rabbi Saliman Eliyahu (father of Sephardic Chief Rabbi Mordechai Eliyahu), and other learned rabbis.
In 1934, Rabbi Kaduri and his family moved to the Old City, where the Porat Yosef Yeshivah gave him an apartment nearby with a job of binding the yeshivah's books and copying over rare manuscripts in the yeshivah's library. The books remained in the yeshivah's library, while the copies of manuscripts were stored in Rabbi Kaduri's personal library. Before binding each book, he would study it intently, committing it to memory'
'During the period of Arab-Israeli friction that led up to the 1948 Arab–Israeli War, the Porat Yosef Yeshivah was virtually turned into a fortress against frequent flashes of violence. When the Jewish quarter of the Old City fell to the invading Jordanian Army, the Jordanians set fire to the yeshivah and all surrounding houses, destroying all the books and manuscripts that Rabbi Kaduri could not smuggle to Beit El Yeshiva (Yeshivat HaMekubalim) in Jerusalem. He knew all the writings of Rabbi Yitzhak Luria, the founder of modern Kabbalah by heart. After the passing of the leading kabbalist, Rabbi Efraim Hakohen, in 1989, the remaining kabbalists appointed Rabbi Kaduri as their head.
Rabbi Kaduri did not publish any of the works that he authored on Kabbalah; he allowed only students of Kabbalah to study them. He did publish some articles criticizing those who engage in "practical Kabbalah", the popular dissemination of advice or amulets, often for a price. He also spoke out against the development of cult organizations frequented by pop celebrities. "Kabbalah should not be taught to non-Jews," he explained.'
'Kaduri was seen as a prophesier. In late 2004, Kaduri said "Great tragedies in the world are foreseen" two weeks before the2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami; reporter Baruch Gordon of Arutz Sheva connected the two by saying Kaduri "predicted" the tragedy'
'In October 1997, Benjamin Netanyahu, then in his first term as Prime Minister of Israel, came to visit Kaduri at his synagogue and was recorded as whispering in his ear "the left has forgotten what it is to be a Jew". This was considered as a divisive action and resonated in the press'
In January 2006, Rabbi Kaduri was hospitalized with pneumonia in the Bikur Holim Hospital in Jerusalem, where there wasn't an automatic artificial respirator, which was donated by a close person. He died at around 10 p.m. January 28, 2006 (29Tevet 5766). He was alert and lucid until his last day.
An estimated 300,000 people took part in his funeral procession on January 29, which started from the Nachalat Yitzchak Yeshivah and wound its way through the streets of Jerusalem to the Givat Shaul cemetery near the entrance to the city ofJerusalem.'

'Before his death, Kaduri had said that he expected the Mashiach, theJewish Messiah, to arrive soon, and that he had met him a year earlier.t has been alleged that he left a hand-written note to his followers and they were reportedly instructed to only open the note after Rabbi Kaduri had been dead for one year. After this time period had passed, the note was opened by these followers and was found to read, "ירים העם ויוכיח שדברו ותורתו עומדים" (translated as "he will raise the people and confirm that his word and law are standing"), which by acronym, suggested the name " Yehoshua" or "Jesus"'

Much respect to the Rabbis (and Priests) who give their time, mind and heart focus on God, seeking the truth through serious study and prayer. When a man's focus is on higher realms and with piety, he is not going to act in a way that is primitive, aggressive or with blind recklessness.
The Rabbi's are spiritual teachers to teach the right way.
 It is not known what communications the Rabbi had with the Lord. Return of the Messiah is foretold with the timing and what is happening in our world/ Everything is written.
As it is emphasised that the Kabbalah should not be taught  to non-Jews, it would be justified to say with the purest of intentions that knowledge in relation to  power in the wrong hands can be used to the detriment of people. This has been a lesson given since the beginning of time.
 In the quest for enlightenment, people can become vulnerable to spiritual attack and danger. The temptation to gain powers can be at a very high price. That is why people are warned.
What has been hidden knowledge is actually available and if people are ready for serious study, then as the saying is given, when the pupil is ready the teacher will arrive.'
The Rabbi Yitzhak Kaduri has prepared people for The Messiah.
Peace be with you
Pauline Maria
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