Location of the Burning of the Red Heifer

The big question on the burning of this red heifer is where. Where will they burn it at. We know through scripture that when they were in the week wilderness it was done “outside the camp”. This is the same kind of our phrasing used when mentioning where Jesus was crucified, outside the camp. This is just one of many example examples of why we know Jesus was crucified outside of the Temple gates on the Mount of Olives. There is good reason to believe, based on the burning of the red heifer before Jesus, that Jesus was crucified on the Mount of Olives. In my research, I believe this Miphkad altar for the red heifer was in fact very close to where Jesus was crucified. Once again, where was this located at?


Here is a qoute from Chaim Richman from the Temple Institute. “Verse 9

tell us that a man who is clean must gather the ash and put it in a “clean place outside the camp.” This is a specific place. During the Temple periods this place was/is on the Mount of Olives. The altar of sacrifice and place of burning for the Red Heifer was at or near the top of the Mount of Olives. The gates of Jerusalem are named for their use. The Dung Gate leads out to the Hinnom Valley where the refuse of the city was deposited and burned. Jaffa Gate leads to Jaffa. Damascus Gate lead to Damascus and so on….. In Nehemiah 3:31 we read about the Gate Miphkad (KJV). Looking at the word Miphkad we can see that it means “appointed” and is translated so in several renderings. The word Miphkad appears in Ezekiel 43:21 also where it is translated appointed. This is referring to a specific place not a place in general. The rabbis have named the altar of sacrifice for the Red Heifer as the “Miphkad Altar”. It is interesting that the passage in Ezekiel is speaking about the sin offering. There is a connection there, but I will not try to go into it right now. The significance for us is in regard to the rebuilding of the Temple. The Temple Mount has been trodden down by Gentiles for nearly 2000 years. The Temple was destroyed after it was defiled by Titus and has laid waste until covered over by Islam. Before a Temple can be rebuilt, the site must be cleansed. Before animal sacrifice can be reinstated, the site and stone altar (of course an altar must be constructed first) must be cleansed. This is why a Red Heifer is required. I still see a problem. Before a Red Heifer can be sacrificed and burned, there must be access to the altar site and place of burning on the Mount of Olives. The Mount of Olives is nearly all controlled by Arabs. The approximate site of the altar and place of burning is under Arab control and is “trodden down by Gentiles” and must be cleansed prior to any sacrifice or offering being made. Remember the requirements mentioned in Numbers 19:9….. a clean place outside the camp. There is no clean place outside the camp, it has been defiled. I, therefore, believe that a quantity of ash from the last cow or “Ash of old” must be found and used to purify the site before a new cow can be offered.” – Chaim Richman

So we know by their admission that the red heifer will need to be sacrificed on the Mount of Olives. We are positively sure about that. In my book “The Temple, The Abomination and The Holy Place”, I explain why the Mount of Olives is so important in these last days. One being that this is not only where these Edomite Jews will burn this abomination to bring about their false messiah, but where the real Messiah Jesus will come back for judgement.

Now I suspect (as I’ve written in my book) that in order to burn this abomination they will need clearance and collusion by the Hashemite Kingdom. The Hashemites (the Al-Alami family) own the majority of the Mount of Olives and that particular piece of land belongs to them. I suspect the heifer will be burnt on their land and just North of the Seven Arches Hotel which is owned by the Hashemites. And once again, there is that Arc reference when mentioning the red heifer. Matter of fact, back in the Temple times, the red heifer crossed a bridge that was made of dual arches going across. We obviously won’t see that built anytime soon but I do not doubt the Arch of Triumph being set up around the time the red heifer will be burnt. I believe the is a high possibility that the Arch may be set up at the end of September 2019 in collusion with the Jews doing their Noahide Sacrifice of the 3 beasts and 3 fowls on the Mount of Olives for the70 Nation gathering of these Earth Dwellers.

So back to the placement of this burning the red heifer. I think it is somewhere between the Hashemite Hotel and Pater Noster Church on top of the Mount of Olives. Pater Noster is where I believe Jesus could have been crucified. Whether that is right or not, it was within that vicinity and we can speculate that this is where the red heifer altar is located. Now some Jews believe that this altar is at the Roman Catholic church Dominus Flevit. This site is revered by Catholics as the place where Jesus wept over Jerusalem. Ironically this is where some think that this is the site where they will burn this final abomination. Very fitting I think.

Dominus Flevit – The Lord Wept

The Mount of Olives was visible through apertures in the wall. We could see Dominus Flevit ‏(“The Lord Wept”‏) there, a Roman Catholic church whose courtyard is the conjectured place where the red heifers were burned. Indeed, the remains of a red heifer were actually found there, Rivka said. The color of the earth in this part of the compound is gray − it’s the ashes of the burned Temple, Rivka explained. “The last time I came here with a bride, I managed to put a little ash into her bag. Maybe I will be able to do it again today. Here we are actually closest. Here we are allowed to spend a little time. If you want, this is your opportunity to pray. You can already say things now, because no one can see you.” LINK

No less stringent than the laws pertaining to the heifer are the laws pertaining to the site where the heifer is burned. Almost 30 years ago, Rabbi Yonatan Adler, who is also an archaeologist, performed an in-depth study into the textual references to the site where the red heifer was burned, publishing his results in in the Torah journal Techumin. His calculations, based on the Holy of Holies being located where the Dome of the Rock stands today, led him to a spot where Dominus Flevit, a Catholic Church built in 1955, now stands. Archaeological surveys discovered unique characteristics of the site that corresponded to descriptions in the Talmud.

“The Talmud tells us that the priest had to be able to see the opening of the Heichal when flicking the blood. The Mishnah in Tractate Middos tells us that the eastern wall of the Temple mount was built especially low so that the priest could see the Heichal when flicking the blood from the Mt. of Olives.

So if we know where the Heichal was located, we can do some simple calculations to figure out where on the Mt. of Olives the Red Heifer was prepared. If we look there and find a flat area which is hollow underneath, we have struck the jackpot. Luckily for us a Rabbi named Yonatan Adler did these calculations about ten years ago and published his findings in the Torah journal Techumin.

He based his calculations on the most commonly held opinion that the Holy of Holies stood where the Dome of the Rock stands today. I will not go into all of the detailed mathematic calculations (those who read Hebrew can see the original article here) but he concluded that there was an area of not greater than 40 by 40 meters where one could stand on the Mt. of Olives and see the opening of the Heichal. Right smack in the middle of the 40 by 40 meter area calculated by Rabbi Adler stands a Catholic church built in the 1950’s called Dominus Flevit.LINK

I want you to know a little history of this particular site and why they chose (and will likely be the future place) for the burning of this heifer. Pay attention to the Triumphal mosque.

The site of Christ’s weeping was unmarked until the Crusader era. It was during this time that people began commemorating the site. Eventually a small chapel was built there. After the fall of Jerusalem in 1187, the church fell into ruin. In the early sixteenth century a mosque or madrasah existed at the site, presumably built by the Turks, from the remains of the earlier church, although the exact use is disputed. This place was known as el Mansouriyeh (The Triumphant) and also el Khelweh (The Hermitage). The Franciscans were unable to obtain the ruins, so, in 1891 they purchased a small plot of land nearby and built a small chapel there. In 1913 a small private home was built in front of the Franciscan chapel by one Miss Mellon. This home eventually passed to the Sisters of St. Joseph, who eventually sold it to a Portuguese woman.” (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dominus_Flevit_Church)

At the foot of the altar, a mosaic of a hen gathering her chickens under her wings recalls Christ’s words “Jerusalem, Jerusalem, the city that kills the prophets and stones those who are sent to it! How often have I desired to gather your children together as a hen gathers her brood under her wings, and you were not willing!” (Luke 13:34)

“The little teardrop Church of Dominus Flevit, halfway down the western slope of the Mount of Olives, recalls the Gospel incident in which Jesus wept over the future fate of Jerusalem. This poignant incident occurred during Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem on the first Palm Sunday, when crowds threw their cloaks on the road in front of him and shouted, “Blessed is the king who comes in the name of the Lord!”

Looking down on the city, Jesus wept over it as he prophesied its future destruction. Enemies would “set up ramparts around you and surround you, and hem you in on every side . . . crush you to the ground . . . and they will not leave within you one stone upon another; because you did not recognise the time of your visitation from God.” (Luke 19:37-44).

Church of Dominus Flevit was built in 1955, but occupies an ancient site. It stands on the ruins of a Byzantine church from the 5th century, dedicated to the prophetess St Anna, and in an area of tombs dating back as far as 1600 BC.” (https://www.seetheholyland.net/church-of-dominus-flevit/)

So isn’t it ironic that the place that they want to burn this abomination is near the crucifixion of Jesus. It is at a placed named for the place where Jesus wept and prophesied its destruction. It is at the place where Jesus started His TRIUMPHAL entry into Jerusalem. There was a Turkish mosque that was built there prior called el Mansouriyeh (The Triumphant). This burning is a complete satanic luciferian inversion. Don’t forget that. I hope you are also seeing Arch of Triumph connection here.

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