Red Heifer Update: 5 Red Heifers Flown to Israel from Texas

Breaking PROPHETIC News!!! The Temple Institute in Jerusalem has received 5 red heifers from 2 different ranches in Texas. The heifers were jetted from Texas to JFK Airport in New York to Ben Gurion Airport outside of Tel Aviv, Israel.

The red heifers will be quarantined for 10 days in Haifa, Israel before being transferred to two locations. One is a secret, pre-determined location. The other is a public location where the public is welcome to view the heifer candidates.

Per the Temple Institute, all 5 red heifers have been inspected to be perfect and meet the criteria of Numbers 19:1-2.

According to Jewish tradition, historically there have been 9 perfect red heifers. The 10th perfect red heifer is to coincide with the advent of the Messiah and the third Temple.

Click on the link below from the Temple Institute for the 1 hour press conference introducing the arrival of 5 red heifers from Texas.

Let’s look at the qualifications of the red heifer per the Bible in Numbers 19:1-2.

Numbers 19:1-2 Then the Lord spoke to Moses and Aaron, saying, “This is the statute of the law which the Lord has commanded, saying, ‘Speak to the sons of Israel that they bring you an unblemished red heifer in which is no defect and on which a yoke has never been placed.

The ashes from the sacrifice of the red heifer are necessary for purification prior to the building of the Temple.

Interpretation of verses provided by the Temple Institute. This is the criteria used for the identification of the red heifer.

…and take a heifer… Since the verse instructs us to take a heifer, we do not purchase a calf and wait for it to grow older while in our custody; “and take a heifer” means that the act of acquisition has to take place while the animal is a heifer. However, if a red calf is available, a price can be set with its owner, and the transaction can be concluded, but we do not take possession until it reaches the proper age as mandated by the Bible.

A heifer by definition is a female cow.

…an unblemished red heifer in which is no defect… This means that the presence of as few as two hairs of any other color will render it invalid. Even its hooves must be red. It must also be totally free from any physical blemish or defect, whether internal or external. A list of blemishes that would disqualify the animal for sacrifice are noted in Leviticus 22.

…on which a yoke has never been placed. The red heifer must have never been used to perform any physical labor. This would include riding, or even leaning on her. But if a yoke were placed upon her even once, even if she were not used to plow – this would be enough to render the heifer unfit for use.

Three to four years of age is an oral tradition that has been passed down through the generations.

The innocent, shed blood of Jesus Christ on the cross is the fulfillment of forgiveness and the release from sin.

Hebrews 9:22 And according to the Law, one may almost say, all things are cleansed with blood, and without shedding of blood there is no forgiveness.

As the red heifer was and will be again sacrificed outside the city limits of Jerusalem, so was Jesus Christ. As the sacrifice of the red heifer is for the purification and consecration of the people of Israel, so was and is Jesus Christ.

Hebrews 13:12 Therefore Jesus also, that He might sanctify the people through His own blood, suffered outside the gate.

Christ’s sacrifice is not only for the people of Israel, but for all the people of the world. He is the sacrifice for all sin for all time.

1 John 1:7 but if we walk in the Light as He Himself is in the Light, we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus His Son cleanses us from all sin.

12 Responses to “Red Heifer Update: 5 Red Heifers Flown to Israel from Texas”

  1. Does it not also say that the antichrist will enter the temple and speak the words that the sacrifice is not nessessary

  2. Arminda Stalnaker Says:

    I’ve been searching all over the internet and can’t seem to find an answer. How old are these heifers now? I saw something that eluded to the fact that they weren’t quite old enough and would be raised in Israel until they were, but it was sort of unclear. Also, when do they plan to hold the ceremony of the red heifer and start the “sacrifice”? I use quotes because I know the red heifer is used for purification and not technically a sacrifice, but can’t think of the proper word. Also, does this mean that they have a set date or timeframe to begin rebuilding the temple?

    • Great questions. I took it the heifers were of age to be called heifers. So they would be eligible for sacrifice/purification. My guess is that takes place during the upcoming fall feasts initiating in late September into mid October. Time will tell.

      Unknown on the time frame for temple construction. My impression is that is more about political permission.

      • They have to be 2 years, one day old before they can be used. I had the same question as Arminda…”How old are they”, because as of last year, there were only the 5 calves born to a single rancher and were disqualified. They were born somewhere around June is my guess. The calves that were flown to Israel came from 2 separate ranches, and I think 2 or 3 of those calves came from the farmer that had the 5 calves that were disqualified, but were then re-examined recently. That’s just what I’ve gathered in searches. I still haven’t found who the farmer’s are, or when exactly the calves were born. It is a big question, because they do have to be a certain age.

        The other reason for wanting to know the ages, are because I was wondering if they’re past the stage of becoming disqualified by growing non-red hair. Meaning, are they close enough to the appropriate age for sacrificing, that the chances of that happening is low? If that’s the case, then these heifers are new finds.

      • They are 5-8 months old and need to be 2 years old for sacrifice. It is important to note that the jews believe they are in the year 5782 but in fact they are in 5982 ish – remember there is only going to be 6000 years in man’s history and then the mil. kingdom. So do the math and subtract 7 years for the tribulation. We are SOOOO close.

    • The ages were not specifically stated but they continually referred the cattle in question as “heifers”. So I take it they meet the age qualification. The “heifers” will be under inspection until the day of a potential sacrifice.

      No word when they plan to “sacrifice”. My guess would be soon. I have seen some chatter about the Bible Codes and the year 5783 being the year of sacrifice. Rosh Hashanah is about a week away ushering in their civil new year.

      The Temple rebuild is a matter of political approval. That will be interesting.

    • Supposedly they will be ready by 2023.

  3. What about the Dome of Rock’s removal? Also, this black background and white letters is soooo hard on my eyes!

    • Probably going to build the Temple north of the Dome from what I am seeing.

      Appreciate the feedback on the background and font. That feature and scheme are major reasons why many come to the website. It draws people’s attention.

  4. It’s funny because the modern Jews aren’t even the real Jews lol

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