It’s the end of the world as we know it. An all-red heifer was born at the Temple of Israel on Sept. 4, fulfilling a biblical prophecy to “reinstate purity to the world and the rebuilding of the Holy Temple,” according to the temple’s YouTube announcement.
If the female baby cow is found to be “blemish free”, the Institute will declare that the calf “brings the promise of reinstating Biblical purity to the world”. In both Christianity and Judaism, the red heifer is central to the prediction about the “end of times”.
So important is the arrival of an unblemished red heifer that the Temple launched their “Raise a Red Heifer in Israel” program three years ago which strives to breed a perfectly red cow. According to a report by Breaking Israel News, that program imports frozen embryos of red angus cows and implants them into traditional Israeli domestic cows.
Specifically, the ancient Jewish prophecy is supposed to trigger the rebuilding of the Holy Temple, which is a key prerequisite before the much-anticipated end of the world. The sacrifice of a red heifer is essential to the construction of a third temple in Jerusalem, which would bring the coming of the Messiah and the final judgment .
According to the institute, if the calf qualifies, it would be the first “red heifer in 2000 years”. An Apocalypse Cow? Christianity and Judaism both state that the birth of a pure, unmarked red heifer calf spells the beginning of the end of the world. With a potential apocalypse cow born, the institute now must undergo vigorous screening of it.
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According to The Sun, if the female baby cow is found to be “blemish free”, the Institute will declare that the calf “brings the promise of reinstating Biblical purity to the world”. In both Christianity and Judaism, the red heifer is central to the prediction about the “end of times”.
The red heifer (Hebrew: פָרָה אֲדֻמָּה ; para adumma), also known as the red cow, was a cow brought to the priests as a sacrifice according to the Hebrew Bible, and its ashes were used for the ritual purification of Tum’at HaMet (“the impurity of the dead”), that is, an Israelite who had come into contact with a corpse.
Rabbi Chaim Richman, the world’s foremost expert on red heifers and director of The Temple Institute, confirmed that the red heifer was being raised in accordance with Jewish law with the express purpose of “being presented to the Jewish people for the role of cleansing in the third temple,” he told WND.
Is a red heifer a sign of the end times?” Answer: According to the Bible, the red heifer—a reddish-brown cow, probably no more than two years old which had never had a yoke on it—was to be sacrificed as part of the purification rites of the Mosaic Law.