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My Investigation into Kabbalah

There have been prophecies coming out of the woodwork lately concerning the last days and the return of Jesus. We, who are believers, are thirsty for anything that will confirm the soon coming of Christ. I’m sure there are many prophecies out there that are true and reliable, but some of these prophecies and where they come from have me concerned. We should examine every prophecy and Prophet to see if they are true.

One prophecy in particular caught my eye recently. It comes from Rabbi Moshe Shternbuch, who is the grandson of the Vilna Gaon from the 18th century who was a Kabbalist. His prophecy concerned the Russian invasion of the Crimea and that it was a sign of the coming of the Messiah. That may be, but a red flag went up for me when he used the word “secret” and he was being careful not to “share mysteries” presumably from the Kabbalah. So now I am wondering what is the Kabbalah and should I believe it?

The video above might sound good and insightful, but when you think about the whole of it several more red flags appear. He tells what the word Kabbalah means which is “to receive”. That reminds me of Illuminati, which means “enlightened ones”. He also says that God left the universe unfinished deliberately so that man could have a part in finishing it. He also talks about redemption being accomplished thru man and positive energy. I wonder if they have to wear crystals too? So far I don’t think I am buying a prophecy from a Kabbalist. Now I’m wondering how did it get started?

The above video says that Kabbalah came from studying an ancient manuscript “book” call the Zohar although others say that a demonic angel revealed it. The way I see it, these Jewish Rabbis are trusting in a different book than their Old Testament scriptures. It reminds me of the Mormons who trust their book more than the Bible. They are considered a Cult so it stands to reason (mine anyway) that Kabbalah is a Cult also.

I must give a warning before you watch the next video. It is very graphic and explicit in some places, but it goes to show the connection between Kabbalah and other gnostic religions.

As you can see, if you watched the last video, my investigation of Kabbalah went from bad to worse. Please don’t take my words to imply that all Jews are involved in this. Absolutely not, although it does involve some sects of Judaism. My bottom line in this is I wouldn’t believe any prophecy about the coming of Jesus given by anyone involved with the Kabbalah.

Your friend, Harley

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I am semi retired and had lots of free time on my hands. I had always thought there must be some way to really make money on line, but I just never had the time to investigate it until the last year or so. I decided to get some professional help in that area and it has paid off. My husband has a Harley and I really enjoy riding along with him. We belong to a motorcycle club and enjoy the rides with others who love it too. I didn’t become a “Motorcycle Mama” until I was 60, but I have come to love all that’s involved. That’s when I thought: Why not make money at something I really like and develop a website to sell those things? So I did with http://lovetheride.net Besides, my husband wants to retire before his bike is paid for and I would like to help him along in that goal. I hope you will help by visiting my site and following this blog. Kathy Sinclair

3 comments on “My Investigation into Kabbalah

  1. […] One prophecy in particular caught my eye recently. It comes from Rabbi Moshe Shternbuch, who is the grandson of the Vilna Gaon from the 18th century who was a Kabbalist. His prophecy concerned the Russian invasion of the Crimea and that it was a sign of the coming of the Messiah. That may be, but a red flag went up for me when he used the word “secret” and he was being careful not to “share mysteries” presumably from the Kabbalah. So now I am wondering what is the Kabbalah and should I believe it READ MORE: https://theharleyfactor.wordpress.com/2014/04/02/my-investigation-into-kabbalah/ […]

  2. […] One prophecy in particular caught my eye recently. It comes from Rabbi Moshe Shternbuch, who is the grandson of the Vilna Gaon from the 18th century who was a Kabbalist. His prophecy concerned the Russian invasion of the Crimea and that it was a sign of the coming of the Messiah. That may be, but a red flag went up for me when he used the word “secret” and he was being careful not to “share mysteries” presumably from the Kabbalah. So now I am wondering what is the Kabbalah and should I believe it READ MORE: https://theharleyfactor.wordpress.com/2014/04/02/my-investigation-into-kabbalah/ […]

  3. Harley just so you know you hit it on the nail with this article. reblogg tommorrow

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