Jesuit Pope Francis to be Tried by Sanhedrin

 The re-established Israeli Sanhedrin, the High Court  of 71 Jewish sages, has declared that it is putting Pope Francis on trial unless he retracts his statement that the Jews have no right to the land of Israel or to Jerusalem. The Sanhedrin sent a letter to Pope Francis in reaction to the Vatican’s recent support of the Palestinian Authority’s unilateral moves to declare themselves a nation.

“Because the Vatican recognized the organization known as the Palestinian Authority as a nation, and has begun to refer to it as a nation in its documents. His honor has named the head of said authority as an ‘Angel of Peace’, as was explained by a spokesman for the Vatican, that his intention was to encourage Abu Mazen to advance towards peace. These actions, to our great dismay, are consistent with a long series of actions and stances that are as in the days of the Roman Catholic Religion, that swore to persecute Israel because we refused to accept their Messiah as the Messiah of Israel, and to renounce our faith. The recent announcements and actions of the Vatican are a rebuke to the Jewish Nation and to the Bible, which you use to interpret the prophecies, as if God has abandoned his original Nation of Israel. Reality has proven the opposite to be true.”

“We require from you an apology for your recognizing as a nation those who stole the land, those who are known as the Palestinian Authority, and we are informing the Vatican that the sole God given right to the land of Israel is to the Nation of Israel. If His Honor the Pope, and the Vatican, do not apologize within two weeks of receiving this letter, and if he does not change his ways, we shall judge these actions in the Court of Mount Zion, in a court of 71 Jewish elders of Zion, and enact the prophecy of ‘The liberators will rise up upon Mount Zion, to judge the Mountain of Esau and the kingdom shall be God’s’ (Obadiah 1:21). The court shall judge the Vatican in its presence or in absentia, and it is possible that the Vatican will be found guilty of anti-Semitism, as has been known to be done several times throughout history, and to place responsibility upon the Vatican for all of the outcomes of its actions.”

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pope and abu mazenWe here at Calling Yisrael could not be more happy. The Catholic Church and it’s Vatican have been a blight upon the Jewish people for 1700 years. For all their apologies in recent years regarding the anti-Semitism and persecution the Catholic faith inflicted upon the Jewish people during it’s long and cruel ascent to power, the real intentions of Catholicism are now bearing down upon us. By endorsing the Palestinian state, it has summarily rejected, yet again, the rights of the true inheritors of the land of Canaan, now known as Eretz Israel.
Our rejection of their false messiah and their corrupted religion have always been a source of enmity between us. The same could be said for Islam. The Jewish people as a whole have never accepted the Christian messiah as the Messiah of Israel and never will. In the final analysis over the last 2000 years we did not accept it and are still alive and kicking. In out modern times the nation of Israel has been re-established and many scattered Jews have been brought home, still without compromise or acceptance of false gods. The nation has endured many wars to annilate her from the face of the earth. And during those harsh times, HaShem has shown up time after time, demonstrating miracle after miracle and dispatching His and Israel’s enemies. Yet we still have not accepted the false god-man or prophet. Israel continues to demonstrate kindness to both it’s friends and enemies but is badly maligned in the biased media. We still will not accept your false religions or bow down to them.
But soon the foreigners and powers, both secular and religious, that seek to subjugate the Jewish nation will be put down. The Messiah will come and fight the wars of HaShem, throw out the idolaters that defile the Land. The Temple will be rebuilt and the scattered tribes will be regathered into the bosom of the nation. Judgement will come upon the world. False religions will be cast out and destroyed – particularly the religions of wood and stone, Christianity and Islam who have done so much harm toward the Jewish people. May their names be blotted out from out memories.
Blesssed is the nation that trusts in her God, HaShem and his righteousness. It is he who is the Saviour of Israel, and no other. May His name be exalted and rejoiced in, to the end of the ages.
by Aminadav Vigneaux

World Bankers Feed Off Of Crumbling Economies

In late 2002, the stock market in the United States is plunging. The controlled media tells us that it is a symptom of corporate greed and an accidental occurrence. The truth is that recently released central bank cartel documents show that the entire global financial melt-down in a purposefully engineered consolidation. The following is a transcript of an interview with award-winning investigative journalist Greg Palast in which Palast blows the IMF World Bank program of slavery wide open.

Transcript of Interview of Greg Palast, Journalist for BBC and Observer, London, by Alex Jones Alex Jones Radio Show, Monday (PM), March 4, 2002
AJ: This is earth shattering. Can you break it down for us and tell us what the economists have done?

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The Way of the Wise

Who is wise? The one who is grounded, and knows how to live, and equally knows how not to die.

Think it’s easy? How’s your life going? Are you more into living in a way that promotes life, or are you living in a way that draws you every closer to death?

No, it’s not easy. Life is not easy. Life is a long road, without shortcuts. Our GPS shows the path. The path is Yod Hey Waw Hey.

When in nature, I am natural. When I am out of nature, I am unnatural. God is natural. So, that’s I what chose to be. To be one with nature, is to be one with God.

This is the secret meaning of Halakha (the Way). This is how I live, and how I promote life, the natural way.

Why do you not recognize that this is the essence of Torah,
and the whole of Judaism?

May God continue to bless you, and keep you.


Ariel B Tzadok

Renouned Torah Scholar on ISIS aka Daesh

torahFINALIn a startling discovery released on June 2, Rabbi Matityahu Glazerson, prolific author and one of the world’s leading experts on Bible Codes (also known as Torah Codes), published a video on YouTube suggesting that ISIS will be destroyed between now and 2016 by the messiah, son of Joseph, known in Hebrew as Mashiach Ben Yosef.

The Truth on OBL Assasination

A new explosive report has accused the White House of covering up the true details of the 2011 assassination of Al-Qaeda mastermind Osama Bin Laden.

Pulitzer Prize winning investigative journalist Seymour Hersh published a lengthy article in the London Review of Books on Monday evening, outlining the various inconsistencies of Washington’s official version of the event.

The 10,000 word article went viral in a matter of hours and crashed the London Review of Books website.

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The Melkizedekian Priesthood

The term Priesthood of Melchizedek has differing meanings for various religious streams.  Since the beginning of human history a priesthood of the Most High God has been in existence, from the creation of Adam to the present day. In the days of old a priesthood of the firstborn sons was ordained, apparently by HaShem (God) Himself.

The Christians tout Jesus as such a priest, but not truly understanding from where it derives. Such a priesthood is fraught with responsibility and burdens unfamiliar with many God-fearing people. Torah obedience is the yoke of that priesthood, faithfulness to the Mosaic Covenant a requirement. Contrary to certain teachings  it true purpose has never been hidden.

Many have read the account in the Tanakh (Hebrew Bible) of harsh judgment HaShem imposed upon Israel first King – Shaul – for assuming certain priestly functions but are bewildered when King David acts in a similar fashion and has no rebuke, in fact King David laid upon the Ark of the Covenant with no harm come to him – strange indeed. But once one understands the implications of this priesthood, these strange occurrences can be perhaps understood. The following article from Orthodox Rabbi Ariel bar Zadok is offered as a starting step towards that understanding.

Priests of Israel, and Priests from Israel

by Ariel Bar Tzadok Copyright © 2015 by Ariel Bar Tzadok. All rights reserved.

There are priests, and then there are priests.

Aaron, and his sons, were chosen by God to serve as His priests in the Tabernacle, and in the later Temple in Jerusalem. The sons of Aaron are the priesthood of the children of Israel. However, prior to God’s selection of this special family from the Tribe of Levi, God chose another family, and also ordained them to be priests.

This other family, however, were not chosen, like Aaron, to begin a new priesthood, but rather to continue, and maintain an already existing one. When this other priesthood started, the Bible does not say. Our earliest reference to it begins with the Patriarch Abraham. He encountered a priest of this earlier priesthood, and, through him, made an offering to this priest’s God. This God was not yet known as YHWH. This God’s Name was El Elyon (the Highest God). The name of the priest was Melchizedek (the king of righteousness).

Torah legend expands on the simple encounter between Melchizedek and Abraham recorded in Genesis. According to legend, (and apparently later confirmed in the Book of Exodus), while Abraham gave Melchizedek a tithe for El Elyon, Melchizedek also gave something in return to Abraham. Melchizedek ordained Abraham to be a Melchizedekian priest. The legend says that Abraham passed on this ordination to his son, Isaac. Issac then passed it down to his son Jacob, who passed it on to all twelve of his sons, and their descendants.

At Mt. Sinai, God speaks, and refers to the entire children of Israel as being a nation of priests. But just what kind of priests are they? The entire nation, through the original election of their patriarch Abraham, had become a nation of Melchizedekian priests.

All Israel became a nation of priests, whereas Aaron’s family became the priests of the priests. Aaron’s family priestly responsibilities are clearly spelled out in the Torah. Not only were the sons of Aaron responsible for the ritual offerings of YHWH, they had a possibly even greater responsibility to serve as the nation’s teachers.

The greatest role of the sons of Aaron was to teach all the Children of Israel the ways of YHWH, and how to live them. The priests of Aaron, as seen throughout many Biblical examples, were the teachers who taught the nation Torah, and they, (for the most part), were also the prophets who brought to the people the Living (prophetic) Words of YHWH. Aaron’s descendants, which included the major prophets Isaiah, Jeremiah, and Ezekiel, served as the light to the Children of Israel.

While the Torah elaborates in detail the responsibilities of the Aaronic priesthood, what then were the responsibilities of the Melchizedekian priests, (the entire House of Israel)? Like Aaron’s sons, Jacob’s children were required to live by a priestly code of conduct that separated them from the rank-and-file laymen of the rest of humanity. This “Melchizedekian” code of conduct we know today as the Laws of the Torah, still observed faithfully by all Jewish individuals who seek to walk in accordance to its ancient traditions, and modern-day interpretations of practice.

Yet, there is much more to being a priest than to live by the priestly code. Aaron’s priestly code was a means to an end, and not an end in itself. If this is true about the Aaronic code, is it also not true about the Melchizedekian code? But, of course, it is.

Torah, and mitzvot were given to Israel for a purpose. They too serve as a means to an end. So then, what is that end? What is the purpose of Israel, and its keeping of the commandments of YHWH? How does Israel fulfill its ministry of being a nation of priests? Aaron, and his sons, served as priests to Israel; to whom is Israel, as a nation, supposed to serve?

Like the sons of Aaron who taught Israel, the entire House of Israel was to serve as teachers, and as a light to all the nations of the Earth. In other words, the Melchizedekian priesthood of Israel is charged to serve all humanity, and to bring to the world the Living (prophetic) Word of YHWH. Over the many centuries since Sinai, this is exactly what Israel has done.

Israel, as a nation, was chosen by God, to be His Nation of Priests, to serve as a light, and role model to all humanity as to how to properly treat, and respect our fellow human beings.

Alongside this fundamental social message, Israel was to introduce to all humanity, the experience of the Divine Singularity. In other words, Israel was not to be just like all the other nations, and their religions, each one claiming, “my god is bigger than your god, my religion is better than yours.” This type of silly religious expression only shows how terribly, spiritually immature such beliefs are.

Israel was not made a nation of priests to argue about religion, or to debate religious concepts. On the contrary, Israel’s message was simple. The message is that throughout all the universe, there is but One Singularity. Everything in existence is part and parcel of the underlying Singularity. Everything emanates from a Singular Source; essentially everything is part of the greater Whole.

All physical perceptions of separation, and division are only superficial. This is called the Secret of Unity (Sod HaYihud). All is in The One, and The One is in all. This is a reality that needs to be experienced. It cannot be learned through proclamation, even though the Torah faithful do proclaim the words numerous time daily.

Just like Aaron’s sons brought Israel closer to God, Israel, in turn, is to bring all of humanity closer to God. This is the purpose, and role of the Melchizedekian priesthood of greater Israel. With this being said, and the identity of the priesthood now clear, let us discuss what exactly is the role of the individual priest.

Priests are civil servants. They are called upon to perform an arduous, often difficult, and mostly thankless job. The priest’s job is to be on-call always, to be ready to serve at every moment. The priest often receives no thanks, and certainly no reward (in this world) for a job well done.

A calling into the priesthood can be compared to a military draft. One is chosen; one does not have a choice. One follows orders, one does not give them. So too a priest is one that serves, he is not one to be served. The priest is always “on the bottom,” holding things up. He is never “on top” looking down on anyone, or anything.

The priest’s job is a combination of teacher, and repairman. The priest has to get down and dirty, in order to serve, and to assure that the work he does for humanity is established, bringing greater good to the world. Thus, to be a priest is a lot of work. There is no glory in it, any more than being drafted for a suicide mission into a hot combat zone.

Being a priest certainly transforms an individual, but unfortunately there are all too many mistaken beliefs about what this transformation really is. For starters, no priest is better than anyone else. By being a priest, one is by no means smarter, wiser, or more physically attractive. A priest is not wealthier, and indeed should not be pursuing wealth. God is their wealth.

If a priest lives up to his calling, then indeed, he can draw closer to God. If, however, on the other hand, the priest fails to live up to his obligations to both God, and to humanity, then he will not come any closer to God, any more than the one who is the furthest away from experiencing the Divine Singularity.

Living up to being a priest is a great responsibility. It is also a great burden. This is why the Laws of Torah are called a yoke. Yokes are not easily carried, they weight heavy on one’s shoulders. The role of the priest is to serve as the bridge that unites Heaven and Earth. The priest shows the way. Yes, there is indeed a heavy weight on the shoulders of each and every priest. The whole world depends upon him. No wonder why so many want to flee the burden.

The priest is the teacher, the worker, and the soldier. The priest does what he has to do, not for the sake of reward, but rather for the sake of fulfilling one’s duty. Above all, a priest is zealous to fulfill his duty, to serve humanity, and not be served in like kind. This is how he fulfills his duty in serving God. This is what defines the role, and responsibility of being a nation of priests.

Aaron has his place in Israel. Israel (Melchizedek) has its place in humanity.