Rabbi’s Birth and Family
Rabbi H. Chaim Yehudah (Mark) Gruber, who received messages from the Virgin Mary, is, in both the Gregorian and Biblical calendars, a Libra. The Rabbi was born less than an hour before the last eclipse of the 1960’s, which was, with the moon in Aries, the second lunar eclipse after humanity’s first moon landing of July 20, 1969 (Av 6, 5729, Jerusalem time). Such an eclipse took place exactly nine months after Christmas Day, 1968. In the Jewish calendar, where the days begin at sundown, both Christmas Day and Christmas Eve, 1968, were Tevet 4, 5729. This date was both the birthday of the Rabbi’s mother’s mother, and going by Jerusalem time, when, aboard Apollo 8, the historic “Earthrise” photo was taken.
Being Jewish, the Rabbi is exceedingly proud to be a blood relative of Jesus Christ! (Of course, the Rabbi, thusly, is, too, related to Kings David, Solomon, and so forth!) Moreover, the Rabbi, through his mother’s mother, stems from the ultra-Orthodox, Hassidic, baking Beigel family of Cracow, Poland. Thereby, hailing from the royal family of Judah, he is, praise the LORD, a close kinsman of God’s only-begotten son!*
Some may mistakenly believe that the Rabbi’s genuine descent from the royal house of David is, in our day, impossible to prove. Such individuals should, in this case, be in touch either with Rabbi Ephraim Sprecher, Dean of Students, Mount Zion Yeshiva (school), Mount Zion, Jerusalem, or with either Pope Emeritus Benedict or Pope Francis. Investigators approaching this matter via the Vatican should reference a dispatch, sent from the lone-star state of Texas, from the Rabbi to their Holinesses, of Passover Eve, April 14, 2014 (Hebrew date, Nissan 14, 5774).
* Other than All My Grace, this book, in its latter half, contains “Selected Other Writings.” Therein can be found a letter with the segment title, “Papal Attachment.” In that correspondence’s middle section, in a paragraph that begins with “Of course,” there is a non-idolatrous explanation, which corresponds with Orthodox-Jewish belief, of what is meant by “God’s only-begotten son.”