Wednesday, March 16, 2011

The Prophetic Words of the (Previous) Lubavitcher Rebbe

The moment the tsunami hit Japan

Before Redemption: A Tremendous Flood
[originally published at by R. Yaakov Nathan]

The prophectic words of the Previous Lubavitcher Rebbe  (Tammuz, 5704/1944)

Psalm 93
The rivers have raised, O Lord, the rivers have raised their voice; the rivers raise their raging waves.
More than the sound of many waters, than the mighty breakers of the sea, is the Lord mighty on High.
Your testimonies are most trustworthy; Your House will be resplendent in holiness, O Lord, forever.
This chapter of Tehillim was composed by the G-dly poet regarding Yemos Ha’Moshiach (the Messianic days). He hints briefly at the events which will take place before the geula. The central theme of the chapter is that the Jews living at that time will understand by means of these events, that the galus is over and geula has begun.....

"..... the roaring rivers will bring great changes to the world; for example: they will drown an entire nation or at least a great portion, and this natural disaster will cause a revolution in man’s perspective. They will see this as a G-dly punishment. It’s also possible that this natural disaster will change the world political map by a chain of events which will begin with that nation that drowns."

To read the entire article go to: Before Geula a Great Roaring of Water

1 comment:

in the vanguard said...

I translated the whole article here:

It was written in Yiddish in 1944. Besides the prophecy of the Psalmist, it also contains details of the prophecy, which, in themselves, are prophecies as well.

i sure hope the events now taking place are those that this article relates to.