Saturday, August 08, 2009

"The Jewish Year 6000" According to Julius Hillel Greenstone in His Book "The Messiah Idea in Jewish History"

Christopher Jon Bjerknes

I have come across an important book which is available for free online, and which discusses the "Jewish Year 6000" (note that the book can be downloaded as a pdf file through a link in the upper right of the webpage):

Julius Hillel Greenstone, The Messiah Idea in Jewish History, The Jewish Publication Society of America, Philadelphia, (1906).

At page 104, Greenstone states:

"There was an old belief that the world would exist for six thousand years, and become waste during the seventh thousand, the thousands corresponding in number to the days of creation. The first two thousand years were considered as waste (Tohu), i. e. without a revelation; the second two thousand as law (Torah), i. e. with a revelation, and the third two thousand as the days during which the Messiah may be expected (Yemoth ha-Mashiah). [Sanhedrin 97a.]"--Julius Hillel Greenstone, The Messiah Idea in Jewish History, The Jewish Publication Society of America, Philadelphia, (1906), p. 104.

The Jews plan to lay the Earth to waste at this very time.

At page 94, Greenstone states that the Jews believed the current "end times" era would be one in which the youth were severed from their heritage and families, and the World would become corrupt and would endure the "birthpangs of the Messiah", as modern Jews and Zionists describe their wars on humanity:

"Like the early prophets and the later apocalyptic writers, the Rabbis also taught that the Messianic period will be preceded by many tribulations, called 'Messianic woes,' [the so-called "birthpangs of the Messiah" or hevlei Mashiah spoken of in modern times by Henry Kissinger and Condoleezza Rice, as I discussed in my blog of 8 September 2006.–CJB] not only for Israel, but for all the nations of the earth as well. These trials preliminary to the advent of the Messianic era will be of all kinds, social and political both. According to these teachings, there will be an increase in drunkenness and immorality. Youths will no longer respect their parents, the pious, and the aged. All family ties will be loosed, and poverty will be the portion of many. 'Wait for him,' says Rabbi Johanan, 'when you see the generations growing smaller, and many troubles coining upon Israel.' Judge and officers of the law will have no authority, denunciators will multiply, anarchy will reign supreme. Even among the sages themselves there will be constant strife. The law will no longer be studied. Those that fear sin will be despised, and the house of public convention will become a house of harlots."--Julius Hillel Greenstone, The Messiah Idea in Jewish History, The Jewish Publication Society of America, Philadelphia, (1906), p. 94.

It is no coincidence that Jews created these prophecies and believe in them, and that Jews are deliberately causing these things to occur today, especially in Communist nations like the New America. The fact is the Jews are fulfilling their messianic prophecies by deliberate action, actions which are deliberately destroying us in order to make room for an all-Jewish, and only Jewish, World. The Jews are intentionally fulfilling their religion, which calls for the extermination of the Goyim at this time, and the ruin of the Earth.

At pages 96-97, and 112-113, Greenstone writes:

"The Talmudic conception of the person of the Messiah is, on the whole, of a man, a scion of the Davidic dynasty, Divine only in the greatness of his natural gifts, through whom the heathen nations shall be destroyed and Israel become the world-power. [***] The magnificent pictures of the future kingdom, the glorious position of Israel, the vengeance the Messiah would wreak upon all of Israel's enemies, and the vision of the restored Jerusalem and the rebuilt Temple, were a constant consolation to the oppressed and downtrodden Israelites. They fondled the hope with intense affection, the mother sang it to her babe, the father on all occasions related it to his household, the teacher impressed it upon the minds and hearts of his pupils--all were invigorated by the assurance to suffer and hope, to withstand the onslaughts of the enemy, and remain faithful to their religion. The feeling of the ancient Jew toward his persecutor was not so much one of hatred and revenge as of sneering pity. Even while on the rack, undergoing the most excruciating pains at the hands of the executioner, we can imagine the pious Jew of old thinking to himself: 'I suffer now, but what is this suffering when compared with the bliss and glory that await me in the future? I may die from the wounds inflicted upon me, but I shall live again when the Messiah comes and restores the kingdom of Judah to its ancient glory. All these inquisitors, judges, and executioners will then stand at my door begging for admittance. All the nations of the earth will then be my servants, anxious to be the subjects of the King Messiah. They do not see it now, but I see and believe and hope, and hence can die in peace.' " --Julius Hillel Greenstone, The Messiah Idea in Jewish History, The Jewish Publication Society of America, Philadelphia, (1906), pp. 112-113.

Despite Greenstone's depiction of the thoughts of the common Jew, the Jews do not plan to leave any Gentiles alive in the Seventh Millennium. The Talmud states:

"Our Rabbis learnt: No proselytes will be accepted in the days of the Messiah. In the same manner no proselytes were accepted in the days of David nor in the days of Solomon. Said R. Eleazar: What Scriptural [support is there for this view]? — Behold he shall be a proselyte who is converted for my own sake,' he who lives with you shall be settled among you, he only who 'lives with you' in your poverty shall be settled among you; but no other."The Babylonian Talmud, Tractate Yebamoth, folio 24b, Soncino, London.


"R. Jose says, In time to come idol-worshippers will come and offer themselves as proselytes. But will such be accepted? Has it not been taught that in the days of the Messiah proselytes will not be received; likewise were none received in the days of David or of Solomon? — Well, they will be self-made proselytes, and will place phylacteries on their foreheads and on their arms, fringes in their garments, and a Mezuzah on their doorposts, but when the battle of Gog-Magog will come about they will be asked, 'For what purpose have you come?' and they will reply: 'Against God and His Messiah' as it is said, Why are the nations in an uproar, and why do the peoples mutter in vain, etc. Then each of the proselytes will throw aside his religious token and get away, as it is said, Let us break their bands asunder, and the Holy One, blessed be He, will sit and laugh, as it is said: He that sitteth in heaven laugheth."The Babylonian Talmud, Tractate 'Abodah Zarah, folio 3b, Soncino, London.

The Talmud did not arise in a vacuum. The Jewish Old Testament declares that no Gentiles will survive in the "end times". Jeremiah 30:11 states:

"For I am with thee, saith the LORD, to save thee: though I make a full end of all nations whither I have scattered thee, yet will I not make a full end of thee: but I will correct thee in measure, and will not leave thee altogether unpunished."

See also my blog article of 10 October 2008:

The Jewish Desire to Exterminate Non-Jews, October 10, 2008