I’ve read a few Jewish blogs and they are saying some interesting things about the Jewish Gentile sacrifice that took place. They are connecting this botched sacrifice to Daniel 11:14. Now historically this verse is connected to Antiochus Epiphanies on invading Jerusalem, but propheticaly it looks like it is starting to be a match. Remember that this sacrifice was done to stop the Gog and Magog war. In their own words. I know what Gog of Magog represents so I see it differently than them.
Here is what these verses say. I’ll include verse 15 based on the Gog comment.
And in those times many shall rise up against the king of the south; and the children of the spoilers of thy people shall exalt themselves to establish the vision; and they shall fail. And the king of the north shall come in, and cast up a mound, and take strong cities: and the arms of the king of the south shall withstand, and his chosen ones shall rise up, but there shall be no strength to stand.
These blogs have focused on “and the children of the spoilers of thy people shall exalt themselves to establish the vision; and they shall fail”. They are meaning the seventy nation covenant crew, the Sanhedrin and these Noahides. Their vision is not the same as other Jews when regarding the building of the Temple. Some Jews don’t want to force any of this while some like Adam Berkowitz are.
And isn’t it ironic it mirrors the time when Moses went to Sinai and stayed with GOD and being that he was their longer than the Hebrews liked, they made Aaron help them build a golden calf. That turned out to be a disaster. You will see in a year from now that they will lose their patience and get this golden calf once again, this time in the firm of a appis red heifer. They really don’t understand the seriousness of any of this.
“What’s coming is really the worst yet. But, before I explain, let me preface it with this reminder. Adam and Chavah did not wait. Had they obeyed Hashem’s command to abstain from eating from the Eitz Da’at Tov v’Ra, it would have been allowed to them on the first Shabbat and the redemption would have arrived. B’nei Yisrael did not wait. Had they ignored the demands of the Erev Rav and not made the Eigel HaZahav, but waited for Moshe Rabeinu to descend from Har Sinai, the redemption would have arrived.
Daniel’s prophecy (11.14) says:
“[At the End of Days]…the sons of the renegades of your people will exalt themselves to bring about the vision but they will fail.”
THEY REFUSE TO WAIT!
Today, some members of the “Nascent Sanhedrin” are fulfilling this terrible prophecy. Even though one of the signs of Mashiach is that he rebuilds the Temple, they are not going to wait for him to do it.” http://palmtreeofdeborah.blogspot.com/2019/09/how-low-can-we-go.html?m=1