Message from Rav Yeizcheckal Fish::
This is the story from last week Parshat Tetzaveh after rabbi finishing giving a shier. They told me people who were there and heard it said תתכוננו למשיח בפסח ---get ready for Geula by Pesach Time.. The rabbi ovadia saw a vision he had to people near him...accroding to some peole he saw that we are at the end"""also Rav Morgenstern's Yam Hahochma holiday of Pesach begins at 6.5 months into the year, which corresponds with Mincha Gedola's time in hours. ther is also reson to believe there will be some type of war with iran** also geula has to accur this year>> so WHAT rav ovaday yosef said fits the zohar time line
At the time of 60 years [to a count] in the 6th Millenium, the G-d of Heaven will remember the daughter of Yakov. [There are 2 terms the Zohar is using here – Pekida and Zicharon – both mean remembered and both denote redemption(as we say in Yaale VeYavo – Zichronenu u’Pikdoneinu) see more drushim of Rosh HaShanah on Zicharon and Drushim on VaYomer Lo Yonatan Machar Chodesh regarding Pekidah.)
From that time (Pekidah – notice or count – denoting taking of significance) until it is remembered (zicharon – analogous to bringing a program(data) from disc to memory) – 6 years and a half. From that time – 6 more years (in the process) – which are 72 and a half.
The Zohar then begins a discourse describing the spiritual battles ensuing the revelation of the king Moshiach. Before we quote them, we must keep in mind that the words of the Zohar are describing processes and dynamics. For example, the battles the Zohar mentions in other places (Zohar Chadash on Balak and others) wars between Good and Evil every night during the 9 months (in the year 70 incidentally) during the “birth pangs of Moshiach”. These could easily simply refer to the battle in each and every one of us as we say Shema at night at the end of a hard day and remember the simply true G-dly unity, etc..
In the year 66 the King Moshiach will be revealed in the land of the Galil.
From this timeI heard from Rav Yisrael Gliss Shlit"a that for the first time, they recently saw caperbushes growing between the stones of the Kotel close to the small stairs in the women's section, and producing fruit - something that they never saw before. It's brought down in the book "Sha'arei Yerushalayim" by R' Moshe Reisher ZT"L that was published in 5278 on the verse מֵצִיץ מִן-הַחֲרַכִּים [he peereth through the lattice] that if fruits come out between the walls of the Kotel, we will know that the Redemption is at the doorway.
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