2 Years After Jerusalem Recognized as Israel’s Capital, Jonathan Cahn Unveils Ancient Mystery That Points to This Historic Event by JONATHAN CAHN for Charisma News
This week marks two years since President Donald Trump led the country in recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and stated that the U.S. Embassy would move there.
Although the statement astounded many, New York Times bestselling author Jonathan Cahn says the outcome could be found in an ancient Middle Eastern paradigm from nearly 3,000 years ago.
In his newest book, The Oracle: The Jubilean Mysteries Unveiled, Cahn makes shocking connections between major political players in America-Israel relations, including Donald Trump and Mark Twain, to biblical characters from centuries ago. Cahn also makes ties between President Trump and the ancient Persian King Cyrus, who sought the return of the Jewish people to their homeland.
But first Cahn refers to President Truman as “the first American Cyrus.”
“The proclamation of Cyrus declared the right of the Jewish exiles to return to the land,” a man known as “the Oracle” explains in Cahn’s book. “Beyond that it gave sanction for the rebirth of the Jewish nation. Both of these things, that right and that sanction, were fulfilled in the modern world by the first American Cyrus, President Truman. Truman was central in the release of the post-Holocaust Jewish exiles in Europe and their return to Israel, and after that in America’s recognition of the resurrected Jewish nation.”
But as Cahn reveals, Truman never fulfilled what President Trump went on to accomplish:
“Cyrus’ proclamation had another dimension and focus as well—the city of Jerusalem. Specifically, it identified Jerusalem as belonging to the Jewish people, recognized the city as the nation’s capital, and affirmed the right of the Jewish people to return there. Those three things were never fulfilled by Truman. They would wait for another Cyrus to fulfill them. … That would be President Trump and the Jerusalem Declaration.”