Coming after the birth of a red heifer and fish appearing in the Dead Sea, biblical scholars now fear the trio of events are proof apocalyptic prophecies are coming true.
The Western Wall serpent
Yesterday a video hit the headlines in Israel showing a snake slithering out of Western Wall in the Old City of Jerusalem.
And that is being claimed to be the third sign of doomsday in as many months.
The clip of the serpent chasing a pigeon was posted on Youtube and shared by Hebrew bloggers.
Breaking Israel News says one posted: "The evil inclination, personified by the snake in Eden, will make a resurgence in the days before Messiah."
They say the symbol of a pigeon being scared off by a snake prove we are living in "dangerous times".
The Dead Sea fish
Last month Israeli photojournalist Noam Bedein reported sightings of marine life in small sinkholes around the Dead Sea, as well as growing plants.
The Bible states after the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah a land was turned into a barren wasteland.
But Ezekiel, a priest and prophet, who appears in the Old Testament, foresaw the salty waters flourishing into life in his end-of-times prophecy.
According to Ezekiel 47: 8-9, "there shall be a very great multitude of fish".
Mr Bedein told Breaking News Israel: “Coming to the Dead Sea, the lowest point on earth, you see prophecy coming true.
“A place that was once cursed in Biblical times, now you can come here to the Dead Sea, explore the sinkholes and see fish where the water has receded – fulfilling prophecies from Ezekiel who talked about the land flourishing and blooming when the Jews return.”
The red heifer
A month before the Dead Sea fish, another Bible doomsday prophecy was feared to have come true after the first "red heifer in 2,000 years" was born in Israel.
In both Christianity and Judaism, the birth of red heifer in the Holy Land is central to the prediction about the “end of times”.
After “extensive examination" of the calf, rabbinical experts were said to have confirmed she was a “viable candidate for the Biblical red heifer”.
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