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Thursday, May 15, 2014

King David will Rise and all the Kings will come to pledge allegiance


Thanks for the article.  You know how Josef came out of the Nile on his own when Moshe called for him.  This is also what happened when Jacob heard Serach Bat Asher, the only person he still believed (he was right, he sort of came alive when he saw! the wagons with donkeys - I don't remember the exact words).  Jacob did open his eyes and smile when the head of Esau joined him in the cave.  Rachel was way above them all, unsatisfied with Joseph (whom she had cried for 20 years she asked for a greater son.  Jacob wasn't going to work a full third set of seven years after all shabbat is shabbat.  Well the morning period from the 17th of Tammuz til the 9th of av is 21 days, the period for an egg to form in a hen.  Benjamin, the son of my right hand (FREEDOM) like the Exodus from Egypt.  But Rachel did not accept Benjamin and she started crying again for 3000 years until Rabbi Nachman made his 4 steps on the land of Israel.  

When the bones of Rabbi Nachman are buried by the Israeli Government on Mt. Zion.  Know that King David will come out, because holy people on that level do exactly what is written on the stones, the Rest in Peace and they can come up into this world again just like Josef.  ow King David is the King of all mortal Kings to whom every human owes allegiance ​to.  I am not any more worried then you are about the Christians on Mt. Zion, what I do worry about is weather King David will be allowed to finish his Royal mission and indeed weather Rabbi Nachman will Na(please) Nach(rest) Nachma(gracefully) Nachman from Uman?

Report: More Christian Prayer at King David's Tomb Site

Israel may not transferr the site to the Vatican, but it might allow more Christian control over the site. Is this a slippery slope?
Shimon Cohen, Tova Dvorin
Israel's envoy to the Vatican denied Wednesday that there is a deal in the works to transfer the ownership of King David's Tomb to the Church.
But Rabbi Yaakov Sevilla, an activist for King David's Tomb who has told Arutz Sheva previously that there is such a deal at play, insisted once against Wednesday that a deal is at play - one which gives the Church more control over the site.
Rabbi Sevilla was asked to open a room at the complex recently, ahead of a conference with Tourism Minister Uzi Landau and other officials over Pope Francis's upcoming visit. The Holy See is already scheduled to hold Mass at the site during the two-day visit, in the Cenacle, or room alleged to be the site of Jesus's Last Supper, one floor above King David's Tomb.
Rabbi Sevilla opened the door and was shocked to allow multiple staffs into the room, including several representatives from the Prime Minister's Office (PMO), the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA), the Ministry of Tourism, security forces, and the Jerusalem municipality. Sevilla sat in the corner of the room to listen in on the hearing.
Several security members at the hearing asked him to leave, he alleged, but he managed to stay despite the pressure. The hearing discussed "clearing the air" before the Papal visit, which continues to be a source of media fascination and controversy.
To do this, Rabbi Sevilla said, the State has decided to extend the numbers of days per year that Christians can pray at the Cenacle. Currently, Catholic worshippers are allowed to hold Mass at the site one day per year. However, according to the Rabbi, the State intends to extend this to sixty.
Rabbi Sevilla objected to the measure, saying that the move could change the religious "status quo" of the site. All present at the hearing, however, insisted that the deal had already been established with the Vatican - whether or not he agreed. The agreement will reportedly be finalized after the Pope's visit - and the State has stressed emphatically that it will not renege on the terms of any agreement it has signed thus far with the Holy See.
Rabbi Sevilla noted that the deal confirms that there is not, as far as he knows, an intention to hand over the site to the Vatican - but only to give the Vatican more control over the Christian elements of the site.
However, he stressed, this is a slippery slope; the same logic was used when handing more control over the Temple Mount to the Waqf, and the move resulted in full sovereignty over Judaism's holiest site.
Rabbi Sevilla added that the Christian world has experienced a serious revival over the past several months over the Tomb, and that mass prayer rallies and demonstrations have been planned for the Cenacle to strengthen a Christian presence there.
While he obviously disagrees with this, the Rabbi also warned that this is not intended to cause discord between the Jewish and Christian communities.
"We will act peacefully - and I do not want anyone to do something extreme or terrible that could, possibly, harm Christian tourism," Rabbi Sevilla said. Besides for the loud protests which erupted at the site Monday, Rabbi Sevilla added another example: a conversation he had with a man from the North who insisted that he will start an underground resistance movement over the measure.
"The Jewish people will not forgive anyone who walks down this path," he warned.


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