Thanks to our friends at Breaking Israel News for reporting on the eighth annual reenactment of the Passover sacrifice that took place in the Old City of Jerusalem. Approximately 1,000 people gathered in the Galicia Courtyard, a rooftop area over the Arab shuk (open-air market) in unseasonal rain. They were there to witness the Kohanim – in the Biblically mandated garb – perform the ceremony in a manner as close as possible to that of the time when the Jewish Temples stood. The ceremony was accompanied by blasts from silver horns. A band played songs based on the Hallel prayer service composed of verses from Psalms that was sung in the Temple while the Passover sacrifice was being prepared. A goat was slaughtered and its blood was collected in a special vessel designed with a pointed base so that it may not be placed down to rest. The blood was spilled out on a model of the altar. In the Temple, the priests would arrange themselves in a line stretching from the courtyard in which the lambs were slaughtered stretching all the way to the altar. The blood from the sheep would be collected in a vessel and then passed from one priest to another, hand over hand, until it arrived at the altar upon which it was poured.  For an amazing photo display of these highly prophetic events click here.