The year 2012, or 5772 תשעב in the Hebrew calendar, has probably inspired more prophecies than any other year in history. My suggestion is to ignore all the prophecies not because I don’t believe in prophecy but because the Bible tells us so.
This year could be the most significant in the history of humanity—especially for the Israelites, wherever they may be in the world—because world events taking place today are creating changes in the spiritual realm. This shift could put us on the direct path to salvation and immortality.
This article is intended as a simple study guide for 2012 and the years until the arrival of Mashiach, redeemer of the world. This brief study will provide you with the consciousness and tools to protect yourself and your loved ones from the negativity that may arise in the ensuing period.Read More
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