[April 27, 2019 – Zurich Times]

Trump will Issue Decree to Rebuild Third Temple in 2019

Beware Divine Dreams and Visions of End Times Destruction especially when they involve Russia, China, and Zionist Israel. As we enter this second half of 2019 we should be aware of some events that are now about to unfold in these End Times.

America, your Presidency has been Hijacked by Zionist Israel to Rebuild the Third Temple so that the Anti-Christ can take his Throne. And Your President Trump will soon issue a Proclamation or Decree to Rebuild the Third Temple along with a Fake Peace Plan.

Who has Hijacked and Compromised the Presidency and the Nation in this Manner? The Usual Suspects in such matters of State Craft, Empire Collapse, and End Times Prophecy. A Compromised and Corrupted American Presidency gets Hijacked and Abused by Judas, Javanka, and the Chabad.


Christian Zionists help build the Third Temple


Trump will Issue Decree to Rebuild Third Temple in 2019 and the Watch Date is August 11, 2019 based on Gematria Kabbalah.

This Date falls on Tisha B’av and matches the Gematria Kabbalah practice of matching Letters to Numbers to Dates and is also by of course shear coincidence the exact same Date of Eid al Adha.

See Gematria Effect News coverage of August 11, 2019 and an Explanation of this Magick by Numbers and Letters are used to Perform Magick Ritual Sacrifices for the Anti-Christ aka Dajjal aka Moshaich.



Eid al-Adha, also called the “Festival of Sacrifice”, is the second of two Islamic holidays celebrated worldwide each year, and considered the holier of the two. It honors the willingness of Ibrahim to sacrifice his son as an act of obedience to God’s command. [Wikipedia]

In 2019, Tisha B’Av begins at sunset on August 10.

Tisha B’Av (the ninth day of the Hebrew month of Av) begins at sunset on Saturday, August 10, and continues until the evening of Sunday, August 11.

What is Tisha B’Av?
Tisha B’Av is the major day of communal mourning. First and foremost Tisha B’Av commemorates the destruction of both the first and second temples in Jerusalem (586 B.C.E, and 70 C.E respectively), but many other travesties have occured on the same date.

How is Tisha B’Av observed?
On Tisha B’Av Eicha (the book of Lamentations) is read with a unique nusah, a special melody.

As a sign of mourning it is customary to fast, refrain from bathing, wearing leather shoes, and having sexual relations.