Wednesday, March 6, 2019

The Trump Temple coins that changed the world – now in silve

An Historic Declaration.

A little more than a year ago, President Donald Trump made an historic declaration that Jerusalem is the “One and Only Capital of the Jewish State of Israel.”

Soon after, Trump proved to the world that he not only makes declarations, but also acts upon his beliefs: He transferred the American Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. And following this historic event, the TRUMP TEMPLE COINS were minted.

The concept was conceived by Professor Hillel Weiss and the coins were produced by the Mikdash Educational Center in Jerusalem. In the past year, these unique coins have found their way to thousands of people worldwide- from North and South America, China, to Australia, all around Europe and even to Iran - all who support Israel, the Holy Temple, and Trump’s declaration. Now they can be obtained in solid silver too!!

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The Themes Displayed on the Coins.

The Trump Temple Coins are not just medallions or souvenirs. They are precious coins that have an entire story to tell. The main idea conveyed by these coins is that President Trump is initiating a prophetic process that will eventually facilitate, when the time comes, the rebuilding of the Third Temple. His actions mirror those of King Cyrus who declared to the Jewish people, in exile for 70 years, that "Hashem, The Lord of the World, charged me to build Him a house in Jerusalem."

On Monday, March 5, 2018, in Washington D.C., shortly after the Temple Coins were produced, Prime Minister Netanyahu addressed President Trump and also compared the President to King Cyrus.

"I want to tell you that the Jewish people have a long memory; so we remember the proclamation of the great king, Cyrus the Great, the Persian king, 2,500 years ago. He proclaimed that the Jewish exiles in Babylon could come back and rebuild our Temple in Jerusalem. We remember a hundred years ago, Lord Balfour, who issued the Balfour Proclamation that recognized the rights of the Jewish people in our ancestral homeland. We remember that seventy years ago, President Harry S. Truman was the first leader to recognize the Jewish state. And we remember how a few weeks ago, President Donald J. Trump recognized Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. Mr. President, this will be remembered by our people through the ages"

The message on the coin is addressed to all the “Seventy Nations”: They are called upon to accompany the Jewish People on their journey to establish the Holy Temple as a place of peace.

The Menorah on the Coin. The Menorah was always the symbol of the Jewish Nation. It represents the light of the Temple spreading out to the world, as stated in Isaiah 60:3, "Nations shall walk at Your light, and kings at the brightness of Your rising".


  1. ...or possibly the Arabs will be so infuriated they will start a civil war leading to the exile of the Jews currently residing in Eretz Yisrael.

    Do these people really think they know what's going to happen? How many of these predictors even keep Kosher?

  2. Kalonymus AnonymusMarch 6, 2019 at 6:20 PM

    Which Arabs? Arab wars are over. There is currently Iran and Hezbollah. Palestinian crowd can be crushed in a few days, but Israel has to keep the media happy.

  3. Palestinian crowd cannot be crushed in a few days.

    Zo Artzeinu showed that a number of years ago. They shut down major roads to protest Oslo. Government freaked out and charged the leaders, Shmuel Sackett and Moshe Feiglin, with sedition.

    A million Paslestinians rioting would destroy the country.

  4. Kalonymus AnonymusMarch 6, 2019 at 7:50 PM

    "charged the leaders, Shmuel Sackett and Moshe Feiglin, with sedition."
    They have given up on that now as the hareidim, and the secular close down roads all the time.

    however, your comments are a non sequitor. What has feiglin got to do with anything? The Gaza wars, for example, are fought with minimal firepower, so as not to create problems with the UN etc. In case of a civil war like in 1947/8, the uprising will be crushed severely, with 10s or 100s of thousands of victims. You think Israel will rather be pushed into the sea than to upset the UN? No, the Arabs know the opposite. In all major wars, - 67, 73, 82, the Palestinians in WB and G were silent. In wartime things are different. gaza could be flattened in a couple of days with convential munitions.

    WB does not have a huge militant population, so it will be guerilla warfare.

  5. I mentioned Moshe Feiglin only to point out that the tactic worked to immobilize the country. Without roads, the military is severely hampered.

    "In all major wars, - 67, 73, 82, the Palestinians in WB and G were silent."

    Exactly. That's how the enemy sneaks up on you. By giving you the wrong impression of their capabilities. In fact, in the late 80's, early 90's, the Arabs in the WB organized around a principle taken from American history: "No taxation without representation." That's why the Leftists in the Zionist government pulled in Yasser Arafat, and started Oslo. They couldn't deal with the Arabs in the WB who were refusing to pay taxes unless they were given democratic rights. And the taxes were needed to cover the costs of the military occupation.

    The Leftists needed to suppress the Arabs in the WB with violence, which Arafat was only too happy to do. The Leftists then controlled Arafat by getting the Americans to shower him with money.

    These WB Arabs, Palestinians, aren't stupid. They won't make the same mistake of using non-violence next time. And they won't be blowing up buses, either. They will just be more aggressive in their use of civil disobedience. The slow steady approach will be used to make Eretz Yisrael unlivable.

    The only way out of this eventuality was to expel the Arabs. It's too late for that now, however.

    Donald Trump will be replaced by a progressive Democrat who will need the anti-Semitic Left to get into power and stay there.

    And then the Arabs will make their move.

  6. Kalonymus AnonymusMarch 7, 2019 at 1:04 AM

    You may be right about the Democrat-nazis, with their Islamization. But time will tell.

    Your version of events is based on Arab fantasy.

    After peace with Sadat/Egypt, there was the remaining problem of the Palis, and negotiations with potentially the PLO (who then in Lebanon). The Left (M. Dayan and peres) wanted to negotiate, but the right (Begin, sharon etc.) did not. In 1981 , there was a 12 month ceasefire with the PLO in Lebanon. The assassination attempt in London of Ambassador Argov was carried out by Abu Nidal, not the PLO, but Sharon decided to go to war in Lebanon, and rive out the PLO (to Tunisia) and make peace with the Christian leader, Bashir Gemayel. He succeeded in both, except that Gemayel was assassinated.

    When the first intifada started, Rabin and Shamir slowly crushed it, without massacres. It was over in 1992, but the pressure of James Baker and george bush 1, and the conditional $10Bn loan guarantees to absorb the Russians were enough to get a leftist government - Rabin/Peres.

    The point you are missing is that this intifada was stones, molotov cocktails, whereas the 2nd intifada was suicide bombs. You cannot put down the first type with tanks and jets. Even the 2nd type was difficult. however they were restrained.
    This reminds me, the filthy Hareidim were spreading fear that the first intifada spelled the end of the medina since it was the 40th anniversary of the State. The rodeif/loser hareidim were of course wrong with their false prophecies based on their false daas Torah.

    Hareidi weltanshaung is darkness, sons of darkness, they only know how to destroy lives and spread fear. the opposite of what the mission of the Torah is.

  7. Kalonymus AnonymusMarch 7, 2019 at 1:11 AM

    Since you are a conspiracy theorist, are you basing this on Barry Chamish's book on the End of Israel? He's another conspiracy theorist , who relies heavily on Antleman's illuminati theories. He does have apoint though about the assassination of Rabin - he says Peres did it.

  8. The point you are missing is that the Hareidi community is growing by leaps and bounds. And your relatively mild anti-Hareidi rhetoric is bubkus compared to some Leftists who will readily join hands with the Arabs rather than hand over the leadership of the army and country to the demographically superior Hareidim, however that term is defined.

    Thus, Arab and Leftist Jew will rise up against Hareidim, and then presumably against each other.

  9. Kalonymus AnonymusMarch 7, 2019 at 1:42 AM

    Good, and that means greater responsibility for their leaders. They have to feed a growing population, whom they can no longer contain in the yeshivot. How will they manage when half the population of Israel is hareidi? 5 or 10 million people in yeshiva? No government can fund that, and by then US Jewry will still be teetering ar 3-4 million.

    Leftists, sounds like the leftists in America. Lets see if they can sell another "Oslo". Rabin said "Peace within 9 months" before he was elected, and it still hasn't come.

  10. Kalonymus AnonymusMarch 8, 2019 at 4:37 PM

    Women of the Wall

    Now the "Orthodox" protestors are protesting at what? The Jewish women wish to daven at the Kotel, which was liberated by secular zionists and Modern Rav General Goren. The women wish to be able to bring korbanot once again, they wish to do mitzvot. So the "orthodox2 are doing the opposite of kiruv - they are doing shmad - preventing Jews from doing mitzvot. This is Purim 2019.


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