Update 2 (Jan 11, 2014): Ariel Sharon has died. If the “Ariel Sharon Prophecy” of Rabbi Yitzhak Kaduri is real, then the time clock has started for the second coming of Jesus Christ. Between Sharon’s death, the upcoming blood moon tetrad, and everything else that is happening in the world today, it is important to stay informed, alert, and faithful.
Update 1 (Jan 1, 2014): Sharon suffered from kidney failure and is expected to die in the next few days.
Ariel Sharon, former Prime Minister of Israel, has been in a coma since a stroke in 2006. Despite showing significant brain activity in 2013, he is expected to die soon. Will his death be a preceding event to the 2nd coming of Jesus Christ?
If the interpretations of the last note from a dying man are to be believed, it will indeed mean something when Sharon dies. Rabbi Yitzhak Kaduri was a renowned Mizrahi Haredi rabbi and Kabbalist who was best known for having read and memorized the Bible. His orthodox Jewish followers believed that his teachings were the most profound and that nobody had experienced a greater devotion to reading and studying the Torah than Kaduri, having lived from 108-118 years depending on which date of birth is authentic before his death in 2006.
Kaduri claimed that he met the Jewish Messiah. He scribbled a note that would name the Messiah and instructed his followers not to open it until one year after his death. He also said that the Messiah would come shortly after the death of Ariel Sharon.
When it was finally opened, it read:
“ירים העם ויוכיח שדברו ותורתו עומדים” (Yarim Ha’Am Veyokhiakh Shedvaro Vetorato Omdim)
Concerning the letter abbreviation of the Messiah’s name, He will lift the people and prove that his word and law are valid.
This I have signed in the month of mercy,
In Hebrew, the letters of the bold part of the sentence form the word “Yehoshua”, the Hebrew name of Jesus. One of the most respected orthodox Jewish teachers of our time believed that he had met Jesus Christ and that he would be revealed as the Jewish Messiah in the very near future. We know that his words are correct. We do not know if it was a prophecy or an admission late in life, but the feeling he was trying to convey was clear despite efforts by his followers, the media, and those against Yeshua to explain away the meaning.
Note: We are not attesting to this as being sound proof or doctrine. We just want to present to you what we found interesting given it has to do with a renowned rabbi in Israel. The fact that it was ignored and caused outrage among those who do not believe in Yeshua as the Messiah is significant.
Here’s a video that explains it further.