I think this was a Jacob’s Sheep. (EDIT: It was confirmed by Berkowitz that it was a GOAT. Not a sheep.) They actually look like goats to me but I’m not a physical shepherd so I can’t tell. This thing is so hokey and forced I don’t even know what to say anymore. It is like last year’s altar fiasco where the thing was falling apart. But don’t let any of that distract you. It may look “ghetto” but the spiritual force behind it does not matter.
So what happened a few hours later after this blasphemy? A little riot broke out on the Temple Mount between these Jews and Muslims.
We will watch the world get crazier and crazier right before our eyes. I believe that the red heifer being burnt next September (Elul) will be the tipping point, both physically and especially spiritually. See how we all felt about this sacrifical blasphemy? Wait until next year….
Here are a few things to add to this. So the goy who did this is named Malachi. Fitting right? For some reason I got a creepy vibe off the dude and he reminded me of a famous Malachi from a certain movie. He may be a nice guy but has rejected the One that bought him for a price.
Go to the first video on this link and Berkowitz tells the story of what happened. He also confirmed that this was in fact a GOAT, not a sheep. Lastly, read the very last thing that was written on this article. Wow. Blaspheming Jesus until the very end…
“The event, however, was almost canceled. That’s because when the original butcher who was supposed to slaughter the lamb at the event canceled last minute, a righteous gentile named Malachi, who just happened to have four years experience slaughtering animals, was miraculously in attendance. After being called upon, Malachi broke down in tears saying that he’s “dreamed about this moment all week.” He stepped up and slaughtered the lamb and also helped burn it on the altar – an altar that Jews were forbidden from helping them erect….Malachi added: “I knew I was going to do this before I came to Israel. ‘He’ (God) gave me the strength to do this today.” Every one of these stones that fit together is unique. He’s bringing his stones now to build the Temple and it’s us. It’s us together. During a joint interview, both Malachi and Berkowitz recited the verse in Psalms saying:
“The stone that the builders rejected has become the chief cornerstone.” – Psalms 118:22
And the run around continues…sheeps vs goats