“And I will shew wonders in the heavens and in the earth blood and fire and pillars of smoke.” Joel 3:3 (The Israel Bible™)
Yuval Ovadia, whose films on Nibiru have garnered hundreds of thousands of views, produced another video on the subject with one powerful message: Jews need to come home to Israel now.
The need for a new film became clear to Ovadia, who also lectures on the subject.
“Interest is growing,” Ovadia told Breaking Israel News. “People are contacting me with so many questions that need to addressed.”
This seems to indeed be the case as his video, released three days ago, has already garnered more than 12,000 views. He noted that as natural disasters like hurricanes, volcanoes, and tsunamis are occurring in increasing numbers and intensity, people ask him for explanations as those provided by scientists seem to fall short among the general public.
“Volcanoes are acting up all over the Pacific and inside the U.S.,” Ovadia pointed out. “Tsunamis are happening all the time. NASA says that there never was a star like Nibiru so it is clear it can never happen in the future. NASA claims they see everything in the heavens and then ‘Pop!’ a meteor hits somewhere.”
In his films, Ovadia provides answers based in the Bible and esoteric Jewish sources.
“The Bible describes these things as happening in the past,” he says. “I bring examples of these things happening now and also reveal what the prophecies say will happen in the future.”
Ovadia explained that the renowned medieval scholar Maimonides described the prophecy of Balaam in the Bible as referring to astronomical phenomena presaging the Messiah.
What I see for them is not yet, What I behold will not be soon: A star rises from Yaakov, A scepter comes forth from Yisrael; It smashes the brow of Moab, The foundation of all children of Shet. Numbers 24:17
The Zohar, the basis of Jewish esoteric learning, describes the Star of Jacob in great detail.
“After forty days, when the pillar rises from earth to heaven in the eyes of the whole world and the Messiah has appeared, a star will rise up on the east, blazing in all colors, and seven other stars will surround that star. And they will wage war on it.”
But the real reason for Ovadia’s film was the one underlying message he felt compelled to deliver: it is time for the Jews to come home to Israel.
“As soon as possible, if not sooner,” Ovadia said. “All of nature is saying that Nibiru is on the way. Everyone, those who love Israel, those who hate Israel, everyone is begging the Jews to come home. For hundreds of years, Israel was empty and desolate. All of a sudden, we have the Garden of Eden here. This is all because the time is drawing near.”
Ovadia explained that when Nibiru arrives, Israel will be the safest place in the world. He noted that the Talmud refers to Israel as the tabor (bellybutton) of creation.
“All the world derives its sustenance from Israel,” Ovadia said, comparing Israel as the center of the world to the fulcrum of a seesaw. “As the world spins and shakes, the center stays fixed an calm.”
He also noted that there was a general misunderstanding about Nibiru as a killer star that will destroy the world.
“That is not true,” Ovadia said. “It will be catastrophic but it will not destroy the world. It will pass between the earth and the Sun. Its proximity to the earth will cause massive events; the tides will change, electromagnetic pulses will shut down electrical systems, volcanoes, and earthquakes. It will block out the sun.”
Ovadia explained that in addition to bringing the Jews home, Nibiru has a singular global purpose: leading people around the world to prayer.
“It is all so people will turn to Hashem (God, literally ‘the name).,” Ovadia said. “Even with Nibiru clearly seen over their heads, some people will refuse to pray. They will turn to the scientists who will refuse to tell the truth or admit they don’t know, as if the scientists can move the planets. The sages tell us that an evil man won’t even repent when he stands on the edge of hell.”
Ovadia emphasized that it is impossible and counterproductive to predict a date for the arrival of the star.
“The Mishna (oral law) says to repent one day before you die,” he said. Since you don’t know when you will die, it is best to repent right now. It is good advice in any case, no matter when Nibiru comes.”
Despite his advice, Ovadia notes that the signs are becoming clearer that Nibiru is on its way.
“All the natural catastrophes we are seeing now are disturbances caused by Nibiru coming closer, like flotsam being pushed ahead of a ship. We see now that Israel is the safest country in the world even though it is under the shadow of threats,” Ovadia said. “It is a known spiritual process that falling down is the preparation for rising up to greater heights. Nibiru will tear down all the craziness we have built up, all to prepare us for the great era that follows.”