Mar 032010

As unlikely as it might seem, there is evidence to believe that construction of the Third Temple of Jerusalem will begin March 16th, only two weeks away.  The First Temple was built by King Solomon and destroyed by the Babylonians around 587 BC.  The Second Temple of Jerusalem was built in 516 BC, renovated by Herod around 20 BC and destroyed by the Romans in 70 AD.

For some Christian Dispensationalists like Hal Lindsey and Tim LaHaye, construction of the Third Temple coincides with the appearance of the Antichrist.

During the 1700s, a highly prominent Jewish Kabbalist prophet predicted that the Hurva Synagogue, originally constructed during his lifetime, would be destroyed and rebuilt twice.  The rabbi, Vilna Gaon, further prophesied that upon completion of the third synagogue, construction of the Third Temple would begin.

Disconcertingly, the Hurva Synagogue was, in fact, destroyed twice and the third synagogue is scheduled to be finished on March 15th of this year.  If Vilna Gaon is correct, work on the Third Temple will commence the following day, March 16th.

Vilna Gaon’s prophesy was not lost on Jewish media, with several Israeli media organs bringing it to light recently.

More evidence comes from our Georgia Guidestones research.  We have conclusively linked that monument with the Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world.  The Burj Khalifa is located in Dubai and was opened on January 4th of this year, nearly thirty years after the Georgia Guidestones monument was completed.  We also uncovered evidence tying media mogul Ted Turner with building of the Georgia Guidestones.  This evidence was discussed during several of my recent radio interviews, the latest of which can be found here.

The Georgia Guidestones monument was completed on March 22, 1980.  71 days later, Ted Turner’s CNN started broadcasting.

71 days after the January 4th opening of the Burj Khalifa, formerly called the Burj Dubai, is March 16th, the exact date Vilna Gaon prophesied that work on the Third Temple would begin.

Discounting the mystical aspects of Vilna Gaon’s prediction, it is important to recognize that he was a very influential Kabbalist figure.  Kabbalist teachings form the heart of Freemasonic, Theosophical and New Age belief systems, the inspirational forces behind the Georgia Guidestones and the Burj Khalifa.  The same Luciferian cult who erected the Georgia Guidestones and the Burj Khalifa will likely feel motivated to fulfill Vilna Gaon’s prophesy.  Moreover, with the Burj Khalifa signifying a new Tower of Babel, erecting the Third Temple harmonically follows in a sinister plan to hearken in their false messiah, the Antichrist.

The pop singer Madonna, a high profile adherent of a New Age variation of Kabbalah, recently sought to purchase a home in Israel overlooking the Sea of Galilee so that she could witness the arrival of her Kabbalist messiah.

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