Evidently on August 7th the Temple Institute was behind the test run for burning the red heifer. We know that this “test” didn’t happen on the Mount of Olives yet because itv didn’t spark a war. And it wasn’t an actual red heifer because that just can’t happen yet. I’m assuming what they used was a cow that was about 2 years old. They were trying to see how much ash they would produce from it and if it was to be enough to cover the sins of every Israelite. It won’t be. Those who know what scripture says about this and my theory on the heifer get it. What this does actually say about this happening right now is that they are ready to burn the abomination and cause Jerusalem to be desolate. Watch September through December of 2020.
Now this post goes with the recent red heifer practice test run for getting the ashes. Did you realize there is a equivalent to the red heifer in the Koran? Evidently it is supposed to be the same thing from Numbers 19 but it is called the Yellow Cow. It is without blemish and is not to be “laboured”. You can find it in Surah Al-Baqarah 2:67-74. You can read 2:73 below but before you do, know that after this “yellow cow” is killed it was to be smacked on the corpse of a certain dead man which would make him come back to life. Now if you think about this in the premill dispie false prophetic scripture sense then you can probably know what I’m about ready to say. The death of the red heifer, I mean yellow cow, brings back someone from the dead. Scripture doesn’t ever claim that but dispensationalists who write their own prophetic scriptures do. It is all false but this doesn’t mean it still can’t happen, just life the rebuilding of the Edomite Jew temple. Not scriptural and all false but can still happen to decieve the elect. Read my book “The Temple, The Abomination and The Holy Place” for more on this. Oh yeah, the Austrian yellow cow actually looks life a red heifer.
فَقُلۡنَا اضۡرِبُوۡهُ بِبَعۡضِهَا ؕ كَذٰلِكَ يُحۡىِ اللّٰهُ الۡمَوۡتٰى ۙ وَيُرِيۡکُمۡ اٰيٰتِهٖ لَعَلَّكُمۡ تَعۡقِلُوۡنَ
(2:73) Then We ordered: “Smite the corpse with a part of it.” Thus does Allah bring the dead to life and thus does He show His Signs that you might understand.85
85. At least one thing becomes clear from this statement: that the slain person was restored to life at least long enough to indicate his assassins. But the actual words in which the order ‘smite the corpse with a part of it’ is couched tend to create a measure of ambiguity. Nevertheless, the meaning inferred by the early Qur’anic commentators – that the order was to smite the slain man’s body with some part of the slaughtered cow – seems to me plausible. Two birds were thus killed with one stone: first, they were made to behold a sign of God’s power; and second, the notion that the cow possessed any holiness or sanctity was shattered. For if the of the object of their worship – the cow – had any supernatural power, some calamity should have visited them as a consequence of slaughtering it. But no calamity took place. On the contrary, killing the cow seemed to be beneficial insofar as striking a dead man with a part of it brought him back to life.