Rabbi Nir Ben Artzi, an Israeli mystic rabbi who has made many accurate predictions in the past, announced this week that Jews should not travel outside of Israel on Passover, a warning that carries a strong precedent.
A mystic rabbi suggested that an alarming spate of recent geyser activity in Yellowstone National Park may be the precursor to the pre-Messiah war of Gog and Magog. While scientists predict that seismic activity will increase, people of faith look for the spiritual implications.
The past year was declared by the US government to be the worst on record for natural disasters, an alarming fact in itself, but a closer look shows that the data conform to a prophecy made 12 years ago by Rabbi Yitzchak Kaduri, in which he predicted an age of natural disasters intended to drive American Jews back to Israel in time for the Messiah.
“Messiah is at work right now,” Rabbi Ben Artzi said in a sermon. “Jews, be happy! Very soon, the Messiah will be revealed to everyone!”
“This day is too auspicious to be a coincidence…It is a day with great potential. If it is good, it can be amazing, but if it is not good, it can be very bad indeed.”
“It must be remembered that every missile is really being guided by the Creator,” the rabbi said.
On April Fool’s Day last week, a group of people gathered at a park in San Diego, dressed as witches, to protest President Trump in the second witch-related protest against the president. This peculiar phenomenon, the second of its kind since Trump took office, was predicted by a prominent Israeli mystic rabbi.
As if sent by the hand of God, a rare tsunami struck southern Iran a week and a half ago. Shockingly, a mystic Israeli rabbi, known for his accurate predictions, had announced such an event just one week earlier.
Eerily Accurate Mystic Rabbi Predicts Cities Swallowed Up, Plane and Boat Crashes, But Israel Protected
“Buildings will disappear into the ground – the ground will open up and swallow places in the world. Planes will collide and get lost, ships will get lost and sink.”
A group of witches gathered at Trump Tower in New York City at midnight on Friday to cast a spell on the new President, conforming precisely to a prediction made by a mystic rabbi in Israel two weeks ago.