The Temple Institute is saying that if this red heifer becomes suitable for the sacrifice then it will have to be burnt on the Mount of Olives. This is 100% true. But where they say is the site I believe could be wrong. They claim the Catholic site Dominus Flevit or translated into “The Lord Weeps” is the spot that they will burn the final heifer in order to get the ashes. If you look on the map below you will see where it’s at.
Now I hold to the Pater Noster site near to where Jesus was crucified. You’ll see that this is just right above where the heifer is said to be burnt according to the TI. I’m not completely against this spot (Dominus Flevit) being the heifer site because it is so close to the crucifixion spot but like I said in my book, I believe it’s closer to Pater Noster.
Anyways, that’s not my point. My point is that they recognize that the red heifer needs to be burnt on the Mount of Olives and what they don’t realize is that Jesus fulfilled that sacrifice if not in the exact spot but very near to it.
The Franciscan order actually owns that church and was at one point a Knights Templar church. The question is this, who owns the land itself? I know for a fact that the surrounding land around it is owned by the al-alami family which are Hashemites in Jordan. The great grandfather of this family was at one point the mayor of Jerusalem so they have a long history here. And like I said before, The Hashemites believe they own Jerusalem along with Syria. Look at the image below from my book with the Jordanian flag.
I did a little section in my book on the importance of who actually owns and has rights to the literal land that we know as the Mount of Olives. And the majority of it is owned by the Hashemites of Jordan. So I say all this to say this, who will give permission to those Zionist Kabbalists Jews to burn the red heifer when the time comes. I suggest its their half brothers the Hashemites.
I’ll leave you with this from the Jewish Encyclopedia. Keep all of toss in mind. “According to R. Meir in all of Jewish history only seven heifers were burned, but according to the rabbis there were nine (Par. 3:5), and the tenth and last will be prepared by the Messiah (Yad, Parah Adummah 3:4).”