Did Shabbat Massacre Reveal True Identity of Amalek? Bible Codes Have Answer


BIN: Bible codes have revealed that Friday’s horrific Shabbat massacre in Halamish had deeper roots connecting the Nation of Ishmael to Amalek, said expert Rabbi Matityahu Glazerson.

Bible Codes are messages encoded within the Hebrew text of the Torah. Rabbi Glazerson uses mathematical logarithms to find meaningful relevant letters and words at set intervals.

“The terrorists are clearly from Amalek since all they want to do is massacre Jews,” Rabbi Glazerson predicted before he began.

Amalek earned the role of Israel’s arch-nemesis when the nation attacked the Children of Israel during the Exodus. Their attack targeted the rear of the camp where the the old and the weak walked, similar to the terror attack in Halamish in which a 19-year-old Palestinian murdered a 70-year-old grandfather and seriously injured his 60-year-old wife. more …

Opinion: A common mistake. Amalek is Israel’s arch-nemesis but he is a direct descendant of Esau, not Ishmael. Esau is Edom (Genesis 36:1).

Amalek was the son of Eliphaz and the concubine Timna, a Horite (Gen. 36:12; 1 Chron. 1:36). Esau’s illegitimate grandson became the chief of the Edomite tribe (Gen. 36:16) and carried on a deep hatred for Jacob (Gen.35:10) where his grandfather left off.

Amalek was the first terrorist. He was the first to draw the blood of the Israelites in the Exodus and he can be found in every generation (Exodus 17:16).

The Rabbi’s mistake confirms prophecies of Jeremiah 49:10 and Obadiah 1:6 about Esau’s cunning and deceptiveness.

“But I will strip Esau bare; I will uncover his hiding places, so that he cannot conceal himself”

“Oh, how Esau shall be searched out! How his hidden treasures shall be sought after! 

When God brings judgment on Edom, his tribe (Isaiah 63:1-3) his wealth and deceit will be no more.

And no survivor shall remain of the house of Esau.
—Obadiah 1:18

 Once every year, on Shabbat Zachor, the Shabbat (day of rest) before Purim, every Jew is commanded to hear this passage in Deuteronomy 25:17–18 NIV:
“Remember what the Amalekites did to you along the way when you came out of Egypt. When you were weary and worn out, they met you on your journey and attacked all who were lagging behind; they had no fear of God.”