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Sepher Haggadah consisting of parables and legends from Talmud

(derived from the Jewish oral traditions which were accorded the same authority of the Mosaic Law)
A kid my father bought for two pieces of money. Then came a cat and ate the kid. Then came the dog and ate the cat that ate the kid. Then came the staff that beat the dog, etc. Then came the fire that burned the staff, etc. Then came the water that quenched the fire, etc. Then came the ox and drank the water, etc. Then came the butcher and slew the ox, etc. Then came the Angel of Death and killed the butcher, etc. Then came the Holy One, blessed be He, and killed the Angel of Death who killed the butcher, who slew the ox, that drank the water, that quenched the fire, that burned the staff, that beat the dog, that bit the cat, that ate the kid, that my father bought for two pieces of money.

It is interpreted as a summary of Israel's history, past, present, and future, thus:

1. The kid, as a ceremonially clean animal, represents the Hebrew race. The Father is God. 'The two pieces of money" are Moses and Aaron.
2. The cat represents the Assyrians who led Israel into captivity.
3. The dog is the Babylonians who conquered the Assyrians and the Jews, and took the Jews captive.
4. The staff is the Medes and Persians who conquered Babylon.
5. The fire is the Grecian Empire that conquered Persia under Alexander the Great.
6. The water is the Romans who conquered the Grecian Empire, including Palestine.
7. The ox is the Muslim Arabs, and the words "Muslim" and "Islam" who subdued Palestine and drove out both Jews and Romans.
8. The butcher is the Crusaders (Latin Churches) who fought the Muslim Arabs "Muslim/Islam".
9. The angel of death is the Turkish power.
10. The Holy One is Christ who will take vengeance on the Turks, after whose overthrow the Jews will be restored and will shortly live under the government of the Messiah.

Bible Codes

Bible Codes expert Rabbi Mattityahu Glazerson demonstrates how multiple Hebrew phrases hint that the Hebrew year 5776 (2015-2016) will be a significant year for the appearance of the Messiah.
Hebrew years are counted from Creation and begin on the Jewish holiday of Rosh Hashana, which always falls in September or October in the Gregorian calendar. As of sundown on September 13, 2015, the new Hebrew year will be 5776.
Why do Hebrew dates change at nightfall rather than at midnight? When days are counted in the Bible, evening comes before morning, as it is written in Genesis 1:5, “It was evening and it was morning, one day”. Thus, in Judaism, each new day begins in the evening.
In order to understand Glazerson’s assertion that there are many hints that the Hebrew year 5776, which corresponds to September 2015-October 2016, is favorable for the appearance of the Messiah, it’s necessary to be familiar with gematria, the system of Hebrew numerology.
In gematria, all Hebrew letters have a numerical value. The numerical value of a word, phrase or sentence is derived from the simple addition of the numerical value of each letter. In the video interview, beginning at the 2:07 mark, Glazerson reads and translates eight Hebrew phrases and sentences which all have the numerical value of 776. The English translations of the eight Hebrew phrases that Glazerson mentions are:
The God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, the God of Jacob = 776
The kingdom of David will be eternal = 776 (The Messiah will be a descent of King David.)
Come back to Me and I will come back to you = 776
God says, “I will do for Myself. For Myself I will do.” = 776
Come back to Me like naughty children. = 776
Your kingdom will be forever = 776
The last kingdom = 776
The final one is the most fascinating.
The coming of Messiah = 776
When questioned by Shaw, Glazerson explains why the numerical value of all these phrases is 776 and not 5776, which is the full number of the upcoming Hebrew year. “Because you see, according to our [Jewish] tradition, Messiah will come in this millennium – in the sixth one. This is why the numbers don’t have the 5 here, because it’s self-understood that when you speak about Messiah, you relate to 5,000, the sixth millennia.”

Read more at http://www.breakingisraelnews.com/47206/bible-codes-expert-hints-that-2016-is-ripe-for-messiah-jewish-world/#Bf4R7GKUMcdeb1wF.99

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