‘The Second Coming’ Finally Revealed: Get To Know Why The Birth Of This Star Will Confirm The Arrival Of Jesus, An Israeli Rabbi Claims

A seasoned Rabbi from Israel has recently predicted when the alleged second coming will be. He found that due to the birth of a star, it will apparently confirm the biblical prophecy about the Messiah's Second Coming. On the other hand, Michigan astronomers believe that there will be a collision of two distant stars which will result into a massive "Boom star" that will be visible from Earth by 2022.

'The Second Coming' Finally Revealed

In one of his statements revealed by Daily Mail, Rabbi Yosef Berger, of King David's Tomb in Mount Zion, Jerusalem,said that the supernova explosion could be used as an evidence to the ancient messianic prophecy that is allegedly bound to come true. In making his claims, it was found that Berger had referred to the biblical verse which coincides with Jewish literature found in Numbers 24:17. At the same time, just recently last week, reports have been released advising that the night sky could be set to include a new star in 2022, provided that the speculations of a group of astronomers are correct.

The Birth Of This Star Will Herald The Arrival Of Jesus

On the other hand, according to Breaking Israel News, the new star which is set to appear in 2022 in a blaze of light dubbed as nova, will be considered as the brightest heavenly body that would be visible in the nighttime sky in a span of six months. The experts have added that it will be the first time in mankind's history that a celestial event of this kind will be witnessed by the naked eye. As per Larry Molnar, a professor of astronomy at Calvin College in Michigan, the new star will certainly be unusual. Ultimately, a foundation that works in the literature of Jewish mystical thought named as The Zohar claims that the Messianic phenomenon will be accompanied by several stars appearing having particular colors of what they will be.


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