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Rabbi Kaduri reveals name of Moshiach before he dies

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Published on Aug 6, 2011

***SPECIAL THANKS TO PPSIMMONS FOR ALLOWING ME TO MIRROR THIS VIDEO*****
Rabbi Kaduri died in February/Tevet of 2006/5766. About five months before his death, the rabbi wrote something on a note and ordered that the envelope remain sealed until a year after his death. Everyone wondered about this, but his wishes were honored. When the note was finally read, it took the readers (all kabbalists) about 20 seconds to figure it out and go nuts. Here is what the note said, originally in Hebrew, of course. "He will lift the people and prove that his word and law are valid. This I have signed in the month of mercy, Yitzhak Kaduri" "The Hebrew sentence (translated above in bold) with the hidden name of the Messiah reads: Yarim Ha'Am Veyokhiakh Shedvaro Vetorato Omdim
The initials spell the Hebrew name of Jesus, Yehoshua. Yehoshua and Yeshua are effectively the same name, derived from the same Hebrew root of the word "salvation" as documented in Zechariah 6:11 and Ezra 3:2. The same priest writes in Ezra, "Yeshua son of Yozadak" while writing in Zechariah "Yehoshua son of Yohozadak." The priest adds the holy abbreviation of God's name, ho, in the father's name Yozadak and in the name Yeshua. With one of Israel's most prominent rabbis indicating the name of the Messiah is Yeshua, it is understandable why his last wish was to wait one year after his death before revealing what he wrote. When the name of Yehoshua appeared in Kaduri's message, ultra-Orthodox Jews from his Nahalat Yitzhak Yeshiva in Jerusalem argued that their master did not leave the exact solution for decoding the Messiah's name. Only the Hebrew websites News First Class (Nfc) and Kaduri.net mentioned the Messiah note, INSISTING it was authentic. Israeli News "Maariv" claimed that it was a forgery. two of Kaduri's followers in Jerusalem who admitted that the note was authentic, but confusing for his followers as well. "We have no idea how the Rabbi got to this name of the Messiah," one of them said.

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