Kabbalist Mystic Rabbi Predicted

Kabbalist Mystic Rabbi Predicted Bibi-Gantz Showdown Would End in Politicians ‘Fighting in Heaven’

According to the reports, Kaduri, whose advice, blessings and amulets were widely sought after during his lifetime, wrote a “hidden book” of prophesies in his youth.
In it, the religious scholar reportedly wrote that “On the eve of the year 5780 (2020 in the Hebrew calendar), the year of corrections, there will not be a government in Israel for an extended period and the various camps will be quarrel[ing] much without a decision on either side, and then, on Rosh Hashana (the Jewish new year) itself, they will fight in heaven, the holy side against the side of evil, and G-d and His entourage will decide between them. And this is all I can say, and from here I swore not to reveal more secrets and hidden things.”
The prophesies were said to have been found in the Kabbalistic school of Nahalat Yitzhak, and meant to be kept secret from non-kabbalists. Although he was deeply versed in religious texts, Kaduri was not known to have published any religious articles or texts, but did allegedly leave a hand-written note, to be opened posthumously, in which he revealed the name of the Messiah, which he named as Yehoshua, or Jesus. The note was later challenged as a possible forgery by Orthodox Jewish believers.
According to News1, Kaduri’s prophecy about political turmoil besetting Israel makes reference to Parsimon’s Covenant, an ancient book by kabbalist Rabbi Sasson Hai Shoshani, which made reference to a period when “there will come one the day that two ministers win the government in the land of Israel. Both their names will be Benjamin and neither of them will succeed in establishing their government or kingship.”
“On that day,” the covenant continues, “know and understand that the King Messiah already stands at the doorway and on the Sabbath afterwards he will come and be revealed.”
Eerily, both contenders for the post of prime minister are named Benjamin – Benjamin Netanyahu and Benjamin ‘Benny’ Gantz.
Torch light
None (other than God alone) in the heavens and the earth knows about the 'fore-future' knowledge ... so how can the erring, the misguided know any correct fore-future knowledge? It can't be.

On the other hand, the Torah (most of it included in the Old Testament) and the Gospel (included in the New Testament) also include a large number of telling about the fore-future knowledge (the Quran also includes the telling about the fore-future.)

So these books are heavenly books, originally revealed by God, and so their original versions include correct knowledge about the fore-future if that originally is from God the All-Knowing.

Therefore, if the prophecy depends on the original heavenly book and is interpreted correctly, then it is truthfully derived from the heavenly book.

If it is not from God, then how can such rabbi know it unless he had been revealed to or inspired by God .. which can't be .. because this rabbi is erring and misguided because he disbelieved in Jesus Christ and Prophet Mohammed until he died as a disbeliever.
Last edited by Torch light; Sep 25th, 2019 at 03:24 PM..
Torch light
Similar prophecies among Muslims are also prevalent, which do not depend on the Quran, but on traditions, which sometimes prove correct and in other instances they will not.

Like the Mahdi will come when two kings both of them named Abd Allah: Abd-Allah king of Jordan and one was king Abd-Allah of Saudi Arabia.

And like three men named Khalifa or sons of Khalifa will precede the coming of the Mahdi: Khalifa of Emirates, and another son or grandson of Khalif of Qatar and another Khalifa I don't remember.
Last edited by Torch light; Sep 25th, 2019 at 03:24 PM..
Torch light
Another source of such fore-future knowledge which is only known by God the All-Knowing .. is by vision or true dream in sleep .. when God shows to someone (even if he is a disbeliever like Nebuchodonosor, or Pharaoh, or someone else.)

Another source of such knowledge is by consulting God: to ask God to show him some tidings of the forefuture, and God may show him that.

As it is explained in the Quran 27: 40, which means:
(Said [another ‘ifrit’ or stalwart genie] who had knowledge of the writing [on the sand or the Geomancy: by consulting God about the fore-future a ]: "I will bring it to you before you blink your eye!")
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40 a Which is the Geomancy or the ‘sand’ discipline of knowledge. [It may be some kind of God’s consultation.]

Last edited by Torch light; Sep 25th, 2019 at 03:33 PM..

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