In the past year, an unprecedented number of Jews ascended to their holiest site, laying claim in a manner that some Temple Mount Activists consider even more significant than the IDF victory in 1967 that unified Jerusalem.
In a special session of 71 elders, the court of the nascent Sanhedrin called on the nations of the world to take their prophesied role in building Jerusalem, emphasizing that this was an auspicious moment that will decide their fate, whether for blessing or curse.
Experts involved in bringing back the Temple service are convinced that should the opportunity to light the menorah and begin sacrifices suddenly present itself, all of the elements would be ready– perhaps even more so than they were for the Maccabees almost 2,000 years ago.
The nascent Sanhedrin hosted a conference of multi disciplinary experts to discuss Alpha wine, the superb wine used in the Temple service. The conference was not merely theoretical: the Sanhedrin hopes to begin harvesting the special fruit in the near future.