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Moshiach is being revealed to Israel and the Shofar has blown!



To quote a recent news article titled Shocking Passover Blood Moon Predictions by Israeli Rabbi, “…this year in Israel is a Sabbatical, or shmitta, year, a time in which the land of Israel is commanded to be left fallow. notes a statement by the Sages in the Talmud which says, “In the sixth [year there will be] voices [of war], in the seventh [there will be] war, and at the end of the shmitta, the [Messiah] son of Jesse will arrive.”


An ancient compilation of texts known as The Yalkut Shimoni is cited in the news article Jewish prophecy suggests Messiah may be coming soon.


Many rabbinical experts (such as Rebbe Yonatan Gordon) believe he is supposed to take the throne this year, and predicted the Hebrew year 5775 as the year Moshiach would come to redeem Israel. We are now in Hebrew year 5775, which ends this September. So why doubt us and our proof if the other experts believe the same thing? It is becoming painfully obvious that time is running short and people must look at the information and evidence that has been discovered.



Maimonides’ Moshiach Requirements


Although there is some debate as to which rebbe holds adequate authority in regards to the requirements and prediction regarding the arrival of Moshiach, we’ve witnessed many Chassidic Jews including Chabad regard Rabbi Moshe ben Maimon (also known as “Rambam” or “Maimonides”) as the leading authority on this topic. The website can offer more details of his life and works, so allow us to remain on topic. Among his many works, Maimonides authored a text known worldwide throughout the Jewish community as Mishneh Torah, or “second to the Torah.”


In the fourteenth book Sefer Shoftim, Melachim uMilchamot, chapter 11 & 12 there are references to the prophecies and Rabbinical requirements of Moshiach.


“In the era of the Messianic King, when his kingdom will be established and all of Israel will gather around him, all of them will have their pedigree determined by him”


— This quote indicates that it is Moshiach that determines ‘who’s a Jew’, not the other way around.


“The governor [Nechemiah] said to them… until there will rise a Kohen with the Urim and Tumim;”


— From this you can infer that the determination of presumed pedigree and the public declaration of lineage is by means of the Holy Spirit. We can see that standard of determination in whom will be considered part of any tribe is determined not particularly by blood, but by the Holy Spirit. This is good news for those that serve G-d through Moshiach, but bad news to anyone not worthy that is in the already predetermined 12 tribes of Israel.


“All these and similar matters, however, man will not know how they will occur until they come to pass; for in the [statements of the] prophets these are undefined matters, and the sages, too, do not have a clear tradition on these subjects except for the [apparent] implications of the Scriptural verses. That is why they have differences of opinion in these matters. In any case, neither the sequence of these events nor their details are fundamental to the faith.” Maimonides goes on to write: “Neither the order of the occurrence of these events… nor their precise detail… is among the fundamental principles of the faith… one should wait and believe in the general conception of the matter.”


— We mustn’t presume that our interpretation supersedes the reality, especially if it reveals itself to the contrary. Here we reference Maimonides continually to keep this understanding, that our expectations of Moshiach requirements and prophecy should be less stringent and more lenient. G-d fulfills his word as he wills, not necessarily how we expect, so we should be open to their limitless possibilities.





Rabbi Yitzchak Kaduri (Hebrew: יצחק כדורי)


“Will all believe in the Messiah right away? No, in the beginning some of us will believe in him and some not. It will be easier for non-religious people to follow the Messiah than for Orthodox people.”


Lord RayEl is the Messiah, and the people who do believe compared to those who don’t are varied. It has been proven that we have received more followers of Lord RayEl from the Atheists and non-religious people than any particular religion. Why is this? Certainly Rabbi Yitzchak Kaduri prophesied this with some foresight, but also with logic and reason. The simple fact is that the reveal of the Messiah would not fit everyone’s expectations and dogma precisely. It’s no wonder that the open mindedness and scientifically astute nature of non-religious people would result in their outnumbering of the Orthodox people with Lord RayEl’s followers.


“The revelation of the Messiah will be fulfilled in two stages: First, he will actively confirm his position as Messiah without knowing himself that he is the Messiah.”


Lord RayEl, named Raymond Elwood Lear Jr. at birth, did not himself know that he was the Messiah at first. Nor was he aware of his lineage (a descendant of the Davidic Line), as this information was withheld from him until the proper time. He did however actively confirm himself as a righteous and just ruler of the people through his actions.


“Then he will reveal himself to some Jews, not necessarily to wise Torah scholars. It can be even simple people.”


We have said this before and we quote this repetition by Rabbi Yitzchak Kaduri. So we repeat, Lord RayEl has indeed revealed himself to simple people and not necessarily wise Torah scholars.


“Only then he will reveal himself to the whole nation. The people will wonder and say: ‘What, that’s the Messiah?’ Many have known his name but have not believed that he is the Messiah.”


After revealing himself to simple people, he then began to reveal himself to the whole nation of Israel. People wonder when they hear the name Lord RayEl and say, “What, that’s that Messiah?” How could they have known his name RayEl, which is truncated from his birth name Raymond Elwood? His name is also written as Ra-El, using Hebrew the vowel rules. His name is quite literally derived from the name of his nation, “IS-RA-EL.”


2 Chronicles 7:14

“If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and forgive their sin, and will heal their land.”



You don’t believe Yeshua 2000 years ago was the fulfillment of Moshiach?


We understand he did not fulfill the prophesies of Moshiach in their entirety, and that his followers caused great destruction and desecration in the Holy Land after his death.

But we believe he has been reincarnated in order to set right the injustices and atrocities done on this planet (including those done in his name). But let’s move forward to a point of reference that we can both agree on, the Torah.



The Talmudic requirements of Moshiach


The Babylonian Talmud, which speaks about the signs of Moshiach, according to “Sanhedrin 97“:


1. “scholars will be few in number”

According to a recent study by the University of Hartford, the average IQ world wide is at its lowest level since 1950.

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2. “as for the rest, their eyes will fail through sorrow and grief. Multitudes of trouble and evil decrees will be promulgated anew, each new evil coming with haste before the other has ended.”

According to the International Committee of the Red Cross (and daily news reports), the world is in the grip of unprecedented suffering, with this generation experiencing more depression, crime, disease, war, pestilence, plague, civil/social unrest and global anguish than any prior generation; all happening in rapid succession.



3. “…in the seven year cycle at the end of which the son of David will come-in the first year”

This is the prediction that Moshiach will take his throne in Israel after this Shmita ends in September.


4. “I will cause it to rain upon one city and cause it not to rain upon another city.”

When Moshiach son of David arrived in 2011, he announced and carried out multiple chastisements upon the nations. The Earth Institute at Columbia University declared 2011 “The Year of Drought and Flood”.



5. “…arrows of hunger will be sent forth… a great famine”

The droughts and floods have brought great famine to many areas, causing massive death and devastation.



6. “Torah will be forgotten by its students.”

Many Rabbis today have little or no Torah education, opting instead for “Talmud only”.



7. “partial plenty… great plenty, when men will eat, drink and rejoice”

Some countries have implemented new farming methods, and are having their best harvest.



8. “…the Torah will return to its disciples…”

As the Torah Code gains popularity, Torah scholarship is now increasing.


9. “Heavenly sounds…”

The shofar is being heard from the sky around the world.


10. Increasing occurrence of “wars”

Wars are currently erupting around the world.



11. “At the conclusion of the septennate, the son of David will come.”

Lord RayEl, the son of David, plans to arrive in Jerusalem some time in HC 5776







Raymond Elwood Lear, aka Lord RayEl or Ra-El, fulfills these requirements along with many other prophesies among the three Abrahamic faiths, and he will continue to do so as scripture says he will.



Can we prove this?


YES! With the Torah Code, we can prove everything we are saying with G-d’s word!

We challenge anyone who is capable to study our findings. Please by all means confirm or deny them, but with proof. On the basis of factual evidence we are confident you will discover the truth.



Wore The Torah

Cloth/Fabric RayEl – R.LEAR – knightly, brave, chivalrous, valiant – Beersheva



Every Jew knows that G-d gave mankind the Torah through Moses, and most Hasidic Jews are in agreement that the Torah Code was a well-hidden, yet very apparent part of this divine gift.


Even though there are those who would not accept any message from the Torah Code, this does not diminish the factual and statistical nature of the Code itself, the odds and predictions that come from our discoveries make these Codes verifiable scientific fact. So we must reference this to encourage the rebbes we contact about the newly discovered evidence regarding Moshiach found within the Torah Code. We must verify the evidence we present intellectually, and spiritually unbiased (As stated by Maimonides himself).


We insist that any Torah Code experts attempt to duplicate our findings using the exact same search spelling. We assure you that they will discover the truth of our discoveries.


We know that the Chabad movement represents a school of thought established and led by a dynasty of Hasidic rebbes, and that it is the most prominent Jewish group in existence today. We could spend time educating you about this group and their history, but we prefer to discuss the similarities in prophetic fulfillment that we have discovered.


We hold a shared belief with Judaism that souls are reincarnated. Here is one such example of an Orthodox perspective on this topic. This also serves as a basis for the prophetical fulfillment of the arrival of Moshiach.


Torah Midrash

RAYEL – petition, plea, supplication – ultimatum, alert


Keep in mind that this Torah Code confirmed his reincarnation as RayEl the Messiah, and the Jewish concept of Moshiach.



 Finalized points to keep in mind while weighing the evidence


  • The validity of the Torah Code has been well established among many of the most respected Rabbis in history.

  • The Torah Code can be verified mathematically, with odds so great (sometimes over 1 in quadrillion), like any court of law would we must accept that what the Torah Code tells us is FACT.

  • Othordox Judaism accepts the validity of the Torah Code, and even sells Torah Code research on one of their most prominent websites.

  • The Torah Code identifies the person alive today who is the living Moshiach, and does so over four hundred times with intimate personal details. These include his name, birth-date, key past events, and prophetic future events.

  • He matches ALL of the major Jewish requirements for Moshiach, but he is destined to rule over the entire planet. So do not be offended by the fact that he also matches the requirements for the other Abrahamic faiths. If he didn’t, they would not accept him.

  • We can answer all of your questions, and provide undeniable documentation, but we need to move on this with the greatest urgency possible.


We present evidence of the January 28th 2011 arrival of Moshiach (the Messiah).

We implore you to be open-minded and logical when reviewing the information here, as the evidence will validate our claims.


Please review the evidence and contact us. We can work together in this momentous opportunity to establish an everlasting kingdom that God has ordained through our promised King.


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