For those who don’t already know, I have a theory on the red heifer and the abomination that both Jesus and Daniel talked about. You cam find my book here on Amazon. As of lately, the red heifer has come back up in the news. Each time of year at this time the Jews in Israel revisit the red heifer sacrifice. This is because they need to burn a red heifer and get its ashes for purification rights. They need these ashes mixed in water to purify not only the Temple instruments but to purify those people who need to become clean in order to go into their Temple. With that said, read on.
The Temple Institute has 5 cows that are giving birth around Passover. They are hopeful that these 5 cows will produce red heifers. If they do then they will need to wait 3 years until they can burn it on the Mount of Olives. It’s all in my book including my theory on their importance of this red heifer.
Passover starts on March 31st this year and lasts for 8 days. The Temple Institute is awaiting the arrival of what could possibly be 5 red heifers being born starting on Passover. The interesting thing about this is the gestation period for cows. You can see below that if a heifer is born on March 30th then the conception date is June 21st, the summer solstice. This is celebrated by Pagans as the Oak god gets defeated by the Holly god. It’s the longest day of your year as the Sun is in the sky the longest. Some believe “it is at this time that the Goddess becomes pregnant with the God, by the God.” In this case, the “goddess gives birth to the goddess”. Seems like these people know what they are doing.
From the Temple Institute
PARA ADUMA PROGRESS REPORT: POTENTIAL RED HEIFERS ON THE WAY!
This week rabbis from the Temple Institute paid a visit to the cattle ranch here in Israel where five red angus cows are each entering the final month of their pregnancy. The five cows are part of the Temple Institute’s program to raise a red heifer in Israel. The Institute has been working closely with local cattle growers in an effort to produce a red heifer candidate.
The red heifer (para aduma) is an essential component of the Temple service, as its specially prepared ashes are used to purify Temple pilgrims before ascending to the Holy Temple.
The ashes of the red heifer are particularly relevant leading up to the Passover pilgrimage festival in which all of Israel gathers in Jerusalem to bring their Passover lambs to the Temple Mount for slaughter, after which they will be eaten on the first night of Passover, the central commandment of the Passover Seder. Before they can ascend to the Temple, each person bringing their lamb to the Mount must first be purified via the ashes of the red heifer.
The first verses of chapter nineteen of the book of Numbers, which describe the commandment of the red heifer, are read in synagogues this Shabbat to commemorate the commandment of the red heifer in anticipation of Passover, which begins in three weeks.
Learn more about the Red Heifer https://www.templeinstitute.org/red_heifer/red_heifer_contents.htm
The photos show the herd from which the mothers were selected in the background.
For Israel slideth back as a backsliding heifer: now the LORD will feed them as a lamb in a large place.
Parah is the Hebrew word for heifer. Backsliding is sârar in Hebrew and means to be stubborn or to turn away.
Damalis is the word used in the Greek for heifer. It comes from the word damazō which means to tame or RESTRAIN.
Israel is compared to a heifer. Imagine that. To bring about a red heifer is nothing short of blasphemy and an abomination unto the Lord.