Noahide Sacrifice on Olivet

Well look at this. The Edomite Jews are going to offer a Noahide animal sacrifice on the Mount of Olives on September 25th, 2019. This sacrifice is supposedly representing the 70 Nations who come together because of these Noahide Laws. These Laws when enacted will first go after Christians who recognize Jesus as GOD. And I still believe that these 70 Nation’s are being represented by invoking/conjouring the 70 principalities over these Nation’s. I believe these are the same 70/72 spirits/demons that Solomon invoked at one time and bound them in a sphere made of bronze.

Sound familiar? It should, it is reminiscent of the bronze sphere in the underground synagogue that houses the EJ’s book of signatures of the covenant with The 70 nation’s. The other day the president of Honduras committed to Israel but I’m not sure if he signed the Ba’alberith (Lord of the Covenant) yet.

It reminds me of the Ba’alberith made at Shechem under the Oak tree where they made a covenant to Beelzebub (Lord of the Flies). I’ve wrote about all the things quite a bit. Please search tho blog for more info.

So they will burn and sacrifice as Noah did when he came out of the ark but this will be done on the Mount of Olives. I believe it is invoking the 72 demons of Chaos Magick being loosed and enabled by the Seal of Solomon. This is also preparing people too see the red heifer being burnt on the Mount of Olives in a year from now. We are seeing the beginning of the end.

This sacrifice for the Nations happens 3 days before the Jewish New Year Rosh Hoshanna (9/30/19). On this day, Saturn is in Sagittarius which is the Archer. Significant for the Edomite Jews. The Jewish date is also significant. 27 Elul 5779. This is history historically the 3rd day of creation when God seperated the land from the sea. It is also the preperation day for the Days of Awe of repentance. Teshuvah. “As the last month of the Jewish year, Elul is traditionaly a time of introspection and stocktaking — a time to review one’s deeds and spiritual progress over the past year and prepare for the upcoming “Days of Awe” of Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur.

As the month of Divine Mercy and Forgiveness (see “Today in Jewish History” for Elul 1) it is a most opportune time for teshuvah (“return” to G-d), prayer, charity, and increased Ahavat Yisrael (love for a fellow Jew) in the quest for self-improvement and coming closer to G-d. Chassidic master RabbiSchneur Zalman of Liadi likens the month of Elul to a time when “the king is in the field” and, in contrast to when he is in the royal palace, “everyone who so desires is permitted to meet him, and he receives them all with a cheerful countenance and shows a smiling face to them all.” Specific Elul customs include the daily sounding of the shofar (ram’s horn) as a call to repentance.” https://www.chabad.org/calendar/view/day.asp?hdate=6/27&mode=j

Before getting to an excerpt of the article, let me also mention that the 3rd day in Kabbalah represents Jacob. Remember, we have a battle between Jacob and Esau still and who is actually who has been skewed. And Elul is associated with Libra, the scales of judgement. Libra is symbolized by water.

The Kabbalah: A Timeless Philosophy of Life By Voyen Koreis

“On Friday, the conference will culminate in a trip to the Mount of Olives where the nations will be invited to reenact the ceremony first performed by Noah upon exiting the Ark. Then Noach built an altar to Hashem and, taking of every clean animal and of every clean bird, he offered burnt offerings on the altar. Genesis 8:20

The ceremony will renew the covenant made between mankind and God at that time. “I now establish My covenant with you and your offspring to come, and with every living thing that is with you—birds, cattle, and every wild beast as well—all that have come out of the ark, every living thing on earth. I will maintain My covenant with you: never again shall all flesh be cut off by the waters of a flood, and never again shall there be a flood to destroy the earth.” Genesis 9:9-11

This sacrifice made by Noah was a Korban Olah (a sacrifice that goes up), a tribute to God that was entirely burnt on the altar. “Just as Noah was not Jewish but was a servant of God, this ceremony is a declaration that mankind is serving Hashem (God, literally, ‘the name’),” Rabbi Weiss explained. The altar must be built and the sacrifice made by someone from the nations who keeps the seven Noahide laws. It is still unclear

“This is a religious act but not for any specific religion,” Rabbi Weiss said. “This is a meta-religion, not a global religion, which is inherent in every person and expressed in his own way. The world needs to return to religion. Rejecting religion, rejecting God, is a sickness that is afflicting the world. Secularism rejects human values. The UN declared abortion and euthanasia to be human rights. This is a sign of sickness. The concept of family, a father, and mother, is a basic human quality reinforced by religion and rejected by secularism. The concept of belonging to a nation, to a tribe, to a people, is rejected by secularism. Man was given the mandate to care for the world but they have turned people into animals and animals into people. It is impossible to continue like this.” (https://www.breakingisraelnews.com/136435/nations-invited-animal-sacrifice-mount-of-olives-renewing-noahs-covenant/)

In my book I mention that I believe that the dove that Noah sent out that brought back the olive branch was actually from the Mount of Olives. Ironically Jews believe that this altar Noah built was the same spot for Adams altar, Cains altar and Abrahams altar for Isaac. I actually do believe these altars were all in the same vicinity and that this was on the Mount of Olives. I mention all this in my book. So for them to do Noahs sacrifice on Olivet is very telling in my opinion. GOD does everything in order and nothing is by coincidence or accident, especially as far as location goes. The ark resting on Ararat has no bearing on where Noah built an altar.

Clarke’s Commentary says this. “The Jews have a tradition that the place where Noah built his altar was the same in which the altar stood which was built by Adam, and used by Cain and Abel, and the same spot on which Abraham afterwards offered up his son Isaac. The word מזבח mizbach, which we render altar, signifies properly a place for sacrifice, as the root זבח zabach signifies simply to slay. Altar comes from the Latin altus, high or elevated, because places for sacrifice were generally either raised very high or built on the tops of hills and mountains; hence they are called high places in the Scriptures; but such were chiefly used for idolatrous purposes.”

Gills Commentary tells us this. “the Jewish writers say, this was the altar on which Adam sacrificed, when expelled the garden of Eden, and on which Cain and Abel offered; and being demolished by the flood, was rebuilt by Noah, which is not at all probable; and took of every clean beast, and of every clean fowl, and offered burnt offerings on the altar; the clean beasts were the bullock, the sheep, and goat, and the clean fowl, the turtle and young pigeon, one of each sort at least was taken.”

“And Noah builded an altar unto the LORD; and took of every clean beast, and of every clean fowl, and offered burnt offerings on the altar. And the LORD smelled a sweet savour; and the LORD said in his heart, I will not again curse the ground any more for man’s sake; for the imagination of man’s heart is evil from his youth; neither will I again smite any more every thing living, as I have done. While the earth remaineth, seedtime and harvest, and cold and heat, and summer and winter, and day and night shall not cease.” – Genesis 8:20-22

The clean beasts were the bullock (heifer), the sheep, and goat, and the clean fowl, the turtle and young pigeon. There were 3 clean beasts and 2 clean fowls, so we should see these 5 animals/birds sacrificed without their skin and burnt whole on the 27th of September. Let me also mention that Abrams sacrifice in Genesis 15 is identical. But it gives us a age. A heifer of 3 years of age. Sound like a red heifer sacrifice? “This altar – מזבּח , lit., a place for the offering of slain animals, from זבח , like θυσιαστήριον from θύειν – is the first altar mentioned in history.” I know for a fact that GOD will not accept this offering/sacrifice and it will be yet another stench in His nostrils. Remember that GOD said “for the imagination of man’s heart is evil from his youth”. They are slapping Him in the face yet again.

So what does this all mean besides the obvious? I believe to know the end of the matter you need to go back to the beginning. I have always thought that everything going on is mimicking and going back to what happened in the beginning. At this point I do believe we are at the ending of the flood of Noah and slowly moving towards the return of Jesus. We have seen the rise of Esau attacking Jacob (true Israel). We have seen the rise of AI, transhumanism and the fallen watchers giving man what his heart desires. We are on the brink of Chaos and these types of sacrifices in this area of the world is spelling it out for us. Turn to Jesus, who came in the flesh as GOD to save you from an eternity of fire.

UPDATE:

Noahs sacrifice, then GOD blessed him. Abrams inheritance and then his sacrifice.

GOD told them both to take 5 clean beasts/fowls. A heifer, a sheep, a goat, a turtledove and a pigeon. He was a little more specific as to what Abram should do and use. The beasts NEEDED to be 3 years old. Was this a red heifer sacrifice? We will see this same sacrifice on Sept 27th on the Mount of Olives. It is still in the back of my mind if they are trying to pull a fast one and slide in a red heifer that’s not of age? I’m guessing that they will get the great darkness over them on Sept 28th.

Genesis 8:20-21 And Noah builded an altar unto the LORD; and took of every clean beast, and of every clean fowl, and offered burnt offerings on the altar. And the LORD smelled a sweet savour;

Genesis 15:9-12 And he said unto him, Take me an heifer of three years old, and a she goat of three years old, and a ram of three years old, and a turtledove, and a young pigeon. And he took unto him all these, and divided them in the midst, and laid each piece one against another: but the birds divided he not. And when the fowls came down upon the carcases, Abram drove them away. And when the sun was going down, a deep sleep fell upon Abram; and, lo, an horror of great darkness fell upon him.

Read this excerpt from the Sept 2nd article about the sacrifice that will take place on the Mount of Olives on Sept 27th. “The ceremony will renew the covenant made between mankind and God at that time.” “The altar must be built and the sacrifice made by someone from the nations who keeps the seven Noahide laws. It is still unclear.” Who is the Gentile that will do this sacrifice?

“On Friday, the conference will culminate in a trip to the Mount of Olives where the nations will be invited to reenact the ceremony first performed by Noah upon exiting the Ark. Then Noach built an altar to Hashem and, taking of every clean animal and of every clean bird, he offered burnt offerings on the altar. Genesis 8:20.

The ceremony will renew the covenant made between mankind and God at that time.

“I now establish My covenant with you and your offspring to come, and with every living thing that is with you—birds, cattle, and every wild beast as well—all that have come out of the ark, every living thing on earth. I will maintain My covenant with you: never again shall all flesh be cut off by the waters of a flood, and never again shall there be a flood to destroy the earth.” Genesis 9:9-11

This sacrifice made by Noah was a Korban Olah (a sacrifice that goes up), a tribute to God that was entirely burnt on the altar.

“Just as Noah was not Jewish but was a servant of God, this ceremony is a declaration that mankind is serving Hashem (God, literally, ‘the name’),” Rabbi Weiss explained. The altar must be built and the sacrifice made by someone from the nations who keeps the seven Noahide laws. It is still unclear

“This is a religious act but not for any specific religion,” Rabbi Weiss said. “This is a meta-religion, not a global religion, which is inherent in every person and expressed in his own way. The world needs to return to religion. Rejecting religion, rejecting God, is a sickness that is afflicting the world. Secularism rejects human values. The UN declared abortion and euthanasia to be human rights. This is a sign of sickness. The concept of family, a father, and mother, is a basic human quality reinforced by religion and rejected by secularism. The concept of belonging to a nation, to a tribe, to a people, is rejected by secularism. Man was given the mandate to care for the world but they have turned people into animals and animals into people. It is impossible to continue like this.”

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