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6 COMMENTS

  1. It is NOT a "pre-requisite" to rebuild the Temple.
    In fact, IN CASE OF GENERAL IMPURITY, WHEN THE MAJORITY OR ALL THE PUBLIC ARE IMPURE, the Altar can be built also in impurity, sacrifices can be brought also in impurity, the Qorban Pesach can be offered while in impurity, and the Temple can be built while in impurity…

  2. It is NOT a “pre-requisite” to rebuild the Temple.
    In fact, IN CASE OF GENERAL IMPURITY, WHEN THE MAJORITY OR ALL THE PUBLIC ARE IMPURE, the Altar can be built also in impurity, sacrifices can be brought also in impurity, the Qorban Pesach can be offered while in impurity, and the Temple can be built while in impurity…

  3. Each of the first two temples brought Israel and Jerusalem close to extinction. Two Temples = Two Genocides of the Jewish People. And the Bible says why. And it says that any attempt to build a third one before the Messiah led the way will lead to a

    I pray they wait for Messiah.

  4. While the water of purification is symbolic, just like the two Temples were; and people cannot get past the symbols, to see the real meaning behind them; still, go ahead with it. For, how can you know for sure, whether Mashiach has been born already, or has not? After all, the red heifers are here, and the many nations are gathering together, and aliyah is ongoing…

    Only Hashem knows the day and the hour that Mashiach will manifest before the entire world, and how this will actually occur.

    So, if symbols are necessary to help you to mentally, physically, emotionally, and spiritually prepare for the coming of the Day; then, why not raise a good red heifer?

    Is not the covering over the Tabernacle perhaps shielding Mashiach from view, even unto today? For therein is found Life, forever untaintable by the ashen pall of gray death. Therein, is found the True Water of Purification, which washes away everything which is placed upon you by the world, which turns the wool from red to white.

    Everything else, is symbolic.

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