by Clifford Shack
January 3, 2012
He was acknowledged and proclaimed to be the Messiah by Nathan of Gaza, the only authentic, recognized Jewish prophet in the past 2500 years. He was accepted as the Messiah by the vast majority of World Jewry, that is, until he consented to convert to Islam when threatened with death by the Sultan of the Ottoman Empire.
Shabbatai Tzvi understood the conversion to be a sign from G-d ('God') that he needed to take his mission underground.
In a letter to his brother he wrote,
History leaves us no clues. Or does it?
Perhaps Shabbatai did succeed in his messianic takeover of the planet. Perhaps his offspring did manage to fulfill the mission of their prophet-proclaimed Messiah father?
I suggest that the Rothschild family are direct descendents of the messiah, Shabbatai Tzvi.
Shabbatai Tzvi said that he would rebuild Israel. The Rothschilds did. He said that he would re-unite the lost tribes that had been spread out throughout the world.
A Rothshild-Shabbatai Tzvi connection would also explain the Rothschilds' relationship to the mystical Jacob Frank, a co-creator of the Illuminati, who claimed to be the reincarnation of Shabbetai Tzvi.
It would also explain the Rothschilds strange obsession with their bloodline and their custom of intermarrying amongst themselves.
Was this practice determined to keep the royal
messianic blood from assimilation? A Rothschildian/Messianic relationship
would also explain their lavish and opulent lifestyle. Why shouldn't the
direct descendants of the messiah live within the finest palaces on Earth?