Let’s build the Third Temple Together

Let’s build the Third Temple Together

To peacefully build the Third Temple of Jerusalem on the Temple Mount

To peacefully build the Third Temple of Jerusalem on the Temple Mount

To accomplish this, we must inform, explain and teach what the Third Temple truly is and the impact it will have on all of humanity and on our relationships.
How do we switch from hatred to love?
For this to happen in our generation, everyone must participate.
Register at the thirdtemple.org website, which will lend support to the project.
The more we are, the faster the Third Temple will be built.
Our goal is to reach one million subscribers by 2025, 500,000 of whom being Israelis of all religions of any obedience. By doing so, we will have sufficient power for the Israeli leadership to respect what the people decided with full support of people worldwide. This project will be carried out in complete peace, particularly with the leaders of Jordan, Saudi Arabia and the United States.
This temple will be a building that G-d would want to disclose His presence before everyone on earth.
We can then resolve the social and environmental wrongs and ensure accessibility to health to everyone. The addition of these elements will result in a solution to all conflicts and subsequently bring about world peace. Without this divine presence, unfortunately, we cannot achieve this.

Significance of the Project

Significance of the Project

AThe Temple Mount: the Heart of Jerusalem

AThe Temple Mount: the Heart of Jerusalem

The world was born in Jerusalem. When G-d ‘took the Land out of the water through the Foundation Stone located in Mt. Moriah. On this mountain, which spans 760 meters tall, is the Foundation Stone,Even Ashtia in Hebrew. On this stone, Adam was exiled from the Garden of Eden, Abraham sacrificed the ram instead of his son Isaac, Jacob creamed about 4 angels ascending and descending Heavens. In the 11th century BCE, the Vulgar Era, King David purchased this plot of land from Araunah for 50 shekels of gold, 400 years after the children of Israel entered the Promised Land. King Solomon, son of King David, placed the Ark of the Covenant which housed the Ten Commandments, Aaron’s staff, food (manna) that miraculously fell from the heavens in the desert and the Ten Commandments on which Moses recorded the writing of G-d in Sinai, on the Foundation Stone.

King Solomon built the First Temple in 966 BCE, the Vulgar Era. The Temple was the prayer house for all nations. Everyone had a specific role – the priests (Kohanim) , the assistants (Levi), the nation of Israel, the nations, men and women met at the house of G-d to pray to Him, to sing to Him and to make animal and grain sacrifices.
In light of the bad behavior of the Nation of Israel (idolatry, poor morals, lack of respect for the property of others, theft), G0d allowed the Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar to destroy the Temple in 586 BCE.
Following 70 years in exile in Babylonia (current Iraq), and with the approval of the King of Persia (current Iran) Cyrus, the children of Israel returned to Israel, where they built the Second Temple on the same site in 516 BCE, under the leadership of Prophets Ezra (458 BCE) and Nechemia (445 BCE).
In 570 BCE, the Prophet Ezekiel experienced a concrete vision of the future Temple of Jerusalem, the Third Temple, even before the Second Temple was built. In Chapters 26-40, Ezekiel detailed in his prophecy the exact dimensions of the Third Temple.
The Second Temple in Jerusalem existed from 417 BCE and until 70 ACE. During that time, Jerusalem had been controlled by the Persians, Greeks and Romans.
In 70 ACE, G-d allowed Titus to destroy the Second Temple. The children of Israel were focused on hatred of each other.
The children of Israel were exiled to all countries around the world without being able to live in the Land of Israel. For almost 2000 years, the Nation of Israel prayed for the building of the Temple during all these generations . Without losing hope, despite the persecutions, pogroms, Inquisition, the Holocaust, the discrimination, the degradation, the right to perform the stringent commandments of the Torah, the nation of Israel successfully preserved the desire to restore Jerusalem.

King Solomon built the First Temple in 966 BCE, the Vulgar Era. The Temple was the prayer house for all nations. Everyone had a specific role – the priests (Kohanim) , the assistants (Levi), the nation of Israel, the nations, men and women met at the house of G-d to pray to Him, to sing to Him and to make animal and grain sacrifices.
In light of the bad behavior of the Nation of Israel (idolatry, poor morals, lack of respect for the property of others, theft), G0d allowed the Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar to destroy the Temple in 586 BCE.
Following 70 years in exile in Babylonia (current Iraq), and with the approval of the King of Persia (current Iran) Cyrus, the children of Israel returned to Israel, where they built the Second Temple on the same site in 516 BCE, under the leadership of Prophets Ezra (458 BCE) and Nechemia (445 BCE).
In 570 BCE, the Prophet Ezekiel experienced a concrete vision of the future Temple of Jerusalem, the Third Temple, even before the Second Temple was built. In Chapters 26-40, Ezekiel detailed in his prophecy the exact dimensions of the Third Temple.
The Second Temple in Jerusalem existed from 417 BCE and until 70 ACE. During that time, Jerusalem had been controlled by the Persians, Greeks and Romans.
In 70 ACE, G-d allowed Titus to destroy the Second Temple. The children of Israel were focused on hatred of each other.
The children of Israel were exiled to all countries around the world without being able to live in the Land of Israel. For almost 2000 years, the Nation of Israel prayed for the building of the Temple during all these generations . Without losing hope, despite the persecutions, pogroms, Inquisition, the Holocaust, the discrimination, the degradation, the right to perform the stringent commandments of the Torah, the nation of Israel successfully preserved the desire to restore Jerusalem.

BApproaching the final goal

BApproaching the final goal

At the turn of the 19th century, as they escaped the pogroms of Eastern Europe, several Orthodox Jews traveled to Eretz Israel. This was the start of Zionism. Although Jewish presence never really disappeared from Jerusalem, it increased upon the arrival of Jews fleeing antisemitism from around the world. In 1897, Theodore Herzl launched the first World Zionist Congress, which few attended. Afterwards, he wrote The Jewish State. The idea of establishing a Jewish national home persuades secular Jews and gradually all Jewish communities around the world. The independence of the State of Israel in 1948, the immediate establishment of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and subsequently sovereignty in 1967 following the Six-Day War made Ezekiel’s prophecy achievable.

CFrom Liberation to the Third Temple

CFrom Liberation to the Third Temple

Finding a place of prayer to the one G-d that will be open to all nations in Jerusalem instantly erases the invention of religions. Why divide those who believe in One G-d? Religions constitute the most severe disaster known to man.
The Third Temple will concentrate the prayers of all people at one location.
The concept of a synagogue, mosque or church is obsolete. It does not matter whether one prays sitting, standing or kneeling position. Everyone must be free to pray to G-d where they want in any language they want and in any position that suits them.
Said process of redemption began in the destruction of the Second Temple, since the Hebrew began praying for the construction of the Third Temple the next day. The despair and torture of the exiles was necessary in order to witness the House of G-d.
The time has come to build the Third Temple of Jerusalem on the Temple Mount in accordance with the prophecy of Ezekiel, in peace.

If we want, we can build the 3rd Temple today.

If we want, we can build the 3rd Temple today.

Why join the construction of the 3rd Temple?
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