Items in bag


  • Free shippingOn all prepaid orders

  • 10 dayreturns

  • COD available all for Orders Under Rs. 3000

  • India's largest selectionof Beauty Products

  • The Mystery of the Shemitah With DVD: The 3,000-Year-Old Mystery That Holds the Secret of America's Future, the World's Future, and Your Future!
  • The Mystery of the Shemitah With DVD: The 3,000-Year-Old Mystery That Holds the Secret of America's Future, the World's Future, and Your Future!
  • The Mystery of the Shemitah With DVD: The 3,000-Year-Old Mystery That Holds the Secret of America's Future, the World's Future, and Your Future!


The Mystery of the Shemitah With DVD: The 3,000-Year-Old Mystery That Holds the Secret of America's Future, the World's Future, and Your Future!


The Mystery of the Shemitah With DVD: The 3,000-Year-Old Mystery That Holds the Secret of America's Future, the World's Future, and Your Future!

£54.00 £33.00 Save: (38.89%)
£33.00 £54 Save £21 (38.89%)
Delivery Time: 12-18 days


  • 1
    • 1
    • 2
    • 3
    • 4
    • 5
    • 6
    • 7
    • 8
    • 9
    • 10
Delivery Time: 12-18 days

Import Duties to be borne by the customer at the time of delivery.
Product price is exclusive of such duties.

4 Great Reasons To Buy From Us:

  • Tracked Shipping on all orders

  • 100% Original

  • Secure Payments

  • 14 Days Returns

  • Tracked Shipping on all orders

  • 100% Original

  • Secure Payments

  • 10 Days Returns

Product Description Product Description

New York Times Best Seller!
Over 2,700 5-Star Reviews
From the author that brought you NEW YORK TIMES best sellers The Book of Mysteries, The Harbinger, and The Paradigm with over 3 MILLION copies sold

"Rabbi Jonathan Cahn is a Jewish prophet who has been chosen to reveal end-time mysteries—vital material to put the last-days puzzle together!"
—Sid Roth | Host, It’s Supernatural!

"The Mystery of the Shemitah is a detailed, compelling, and provocative book for anyone seeking answers to the future of America and the world."
—Marcus D. Lamb | Founder, president, Daystar Television Network​

"The Mystery of the Shemitah is the most amazing thing I have ever read! Brilliant and stunning . . . sobering . . . humbling . . . it is undeniable truth. It is one of the most important books of our lifetime!"
—Joseph Farah | Founder, WND

Embark on a thrilling journey that leaves no room for doubt!
The Mystery of the Shemitah (shmee-TA) reveals a seven-year cycle mandated by the Torah for the land of Israel. Understanding this pattern is essential for comprehending the prophecy and mysteries of the Bible and how it related to the turmoil that America experienced in 2001 and 2008. In this book Cahn uncovers:
•   How the Great Depression and other economic events fit into the Shemitah
•   How the pattern of sevens predicted 9/11 to the exact hour
•   How the World Trade Center— the icon of American pride and economic strength—was   
     both created and destroyed in Shemitah years
•   How the rise—and possibly the fall—of America can be linked to the year of the Shemitah
Readers will be eager for more! With all the riveting suspense of a blockbuster movie, The Mystery of the Shemitah Unlocked DVD will have viewers on the edge of their seat. It provides even more important revelations in a fast-paced visual narrative documentary. With over fifty minutes of bonus features that go deeper into the mystery, this DVD will amaze, stun, forewarn, and prepare viewers for what lies ahead.
The combination of these two dynamic products into one convenient pack, allows customers to find more of Cahn’s compelling teaching as well as ease of sharing with others—at home, in the classroom, or in church groups.
Read More
Read Less
Reviews See all reviews

Customer Reviews

The Mystery of the Shemitah - What You Need To Know(TITLE OF REVIEW) The Mystery of the Shemitah - What You Need To KnowThe Mystery of the Shemitah, Jonathan Cahn s second book, following his massive bestseller, The Harbinger, is so unique and its claims and revelations so radical that it s hard to know where to begin. I was among a few hundred people given an advance look at the book and so have sought to put together the most important facts for a reader to know.The first thing to note, for those who have already read The Harbinger, is that the format is different. The Harbinger brings forth non-fiction revelations through a narrative. But in The Mystery of the Shemitah, Jonathan Cahn brings forth the revelations straight out in a non-fiction format.The second thing is the title. The word Shemitah refers to Sabbath year observed in ancient Israel, when all working of the land ceased, the land rested. This took place every seventh year. On the last day of that year, all debts were wiped away, all credit was nullified, the financial accounts of the nation were, in effect, wiped clean.Later on, in Israel s history, as the nation turned away from God, the Shemitah became a sign and manifestation of judgment, the kingdom s destruction in 586 B.C. and its exile in Babylon were timed to the years of the Shemitah.Most people had never heard of the shemitah before The Harbinger came out. One of its fourteen mysteries was that of the Shemitah. That was the beginning of the mystery. If you have not read The Harbinger, it s essential to read to understanding where we are and where we re headed. And yet even this will not quite prepare you for what is in the new book. As the overwhelming amount of information is entirely new, and by new, I mean it has never appeared anywhere before.The book s subtitle is The 3000 Year Old Mystery That Holds The Secret of America s Future, The World s Future And Your Future. This begs the question What possibly could an observance or law from ancient Israel have anything to do with America, the world, or the reader? This is where the claims take on stunning proportions. In a section entitled The Key of Cataclysms, the author, Jonathan Cahn, puts forth the proposition that this ancient mystery actually lies behind the rise and fall of the stock market, the booms and collapses of the American and world economy, and the greatest collapses and crashes in Wall Street and world history.The proposition would sound outrageous except that Cahn demonstrates the reality of it by going through the greatest financial and economic collapses of modern times. The correspondence of these collapses to the year of the Shemitah is stunning. The number of crashes which match up with this ancient phenomenon is quite amazing. Even the connection to the specific time of the year when, according to the ancient mystery, financial accounts were wiped clean shows up eerily in the history of Wall Street collapses. In fact, financial analysts have long been mystified by the clustering of collapses and crashes in autumn, specifically the month of October. It turns out, this is the very time, ordained in the Bible for financial nullification and collapse. Whether one has money invested in the stock market or not, the ramifications of this phenomenon are colossal.But it gets even more eerie and stunning as Cahn takes the reader into the post-9/11 world. In the week following 9/11, and caused by it, came the greatest stock market point crash in Wall Street history. When did it take place? On the exact precise Day of Nullification ordained in the law of the Shemitah. That would mean that even 9/11 had to be part of the ancient mystery as well.Years later came the Great Recession which peaked in the greatest stock market point collapse in world history, surpassing the crash of 2001. When did that crash take place? On the same exact Hebrew day, the day ordained from ancient times to wipe away the financial accounts of a nation, the Day of Nullification.According to the ancient mystery, this phenomenon takes place at seven year intervals. These two greatest crashes in Wall Street history, up to their days, not only each took place on the same biblical day, but each took place, according to the mystery, seven years apart, seven years down to the day, the hours, even the second. I will hold off on the ramifications that this holds for the future, even concerning the upcoming Shemitah. But these too are dealt with in the book.But the mystery doesn t stop there, but gets progressively bigger. In a section entitled The Mystery of the Towers, Cahn opens up another mystery that links the rise of powers, nations, to the rising of towers Even the fall of nations to the fall of towers. I won t fill in the dots or spoil it, except to say that part of the mystery converges on 9/11. And this too is linked to the Shemitah as Cahn reveals that in Hebrew, the word can also mean, the shaking, the fall, and the collapse. And the mystery doesn't stop there as well, but continues to increase in size and scope. In a section called The Rise and Fall of Nations, Cahn opens up the connection between the ancient mystery and some of the most pivotal events of modern times how the ancient Shemitah pinpoints the rise of America as a superpower, the fall of empires, two world wars, the rise of the Third Reich, the Soviet Union, the Cold War, the fall of Vietnam, to the day America was attacked on its own shores. etc. The scale and scope of the mystery goes far beyond the economic or financial realms, and even determines the political realm, the military realm even ushering in the atomic age. The mystery also reveals a warning concerning the fall of America, and the end of the American age.One cannot read the book without wondering about what the future holds, in view of the coming Shemitah, and the time beyond that. To address this is a section called That Which Lies Ahead. In it, Cahn deals with what the phenomenon means for the future of the economic and financial realms, America, and the world. He points to several factors converging into what one can only take as a strong warning of a coming calamity, to affect America and the world. At the end of this section the mystery is taken to its ultimate level.This section includes specific dates concerning the future. At the same time, Cahn is cautious in the area of date-setting. In contrast to the observance of the Shemitah, the phenomenon of the Shemitah is not a routine calendar event that must show up on a regular schedule. Rather, given the right circumstances, its mystery manifests and often does so in epic and world-changing proportions. Given this caution, Cahn presents several specific scenarios as to what could happen and then a prophetic warning concerning what he believes will happen regardless of the time table.And yet this is still not the end. As if there was too much to put into one book, the Epilogue contains two more mysteries. Both focus entirely on the future. One, called Black Suns and Red Moons takes a very different turn with regard to the ancient mystery and what would seem to be unrelated phenomena and yet the connections are striking and intriguing with regard to what may be coming in future days.The other, entitled, The Mystery of the Seventh Shemitah reveals a mystery unlike any of the others contained in the book, focused on events in the Middle East, spanning thousands of years, and which may also bear heaven ramifications concerning the future.As stated at the outset, The Mystery of the Shemitah is so unique and its revelations and claims so radical that it s hard to know where to begin. But ending is a different matter. If the claims and revelations are radical, the evidence confirming those claims and revelations are just as stunning. Quite frankly, I found what was revealed in this book to be incredibly stunning, mind-blowing, staggering in magnitude, and, at times, awesome to the point where at times I had (and have) no words to describe it.From the very first reviews, from those who have received advanced copies, The Mystery of the Shemitah has already been called stunning, one of the most important books of our lifetime, and the most amazing thing I have ever read. I have to agree, and with one other comment made concerning it it truly is one book you can t afford NOT to read.5One of the Best Kept Secrets of Biblical HistoryI admit, I'm a skeptical person by nature and I started this book wondering how the author would deal with the subject of the Shemitah. For those who might be a little hesitant as well, I hope to offer you some reassurances regarding the Biblical basis for the Shemitah, but first a brief summary of the book.The Mystery of the Shemitah is basically a book about the Biblical Sabbath and Jubilee cycles and how they relate to socio-economic cycles in the context of a Biblical message of repentance. The author, Jonathan Cahn makes a pretty detailed case for his theory that financial and economic events of today may be influenced by these two ancient Biblical cycles. Like ripples in a pond or echoes in a canyon, one can't help but wonder if the 7 year Sabbath cycle and the 50 year Jubilee cycle still effect history today. Another way of looking at it is the famous quote by Mark Twain: "History doesn't repeat itself, but it does rhyme".Admittedly the author sticks to a more secular aspect of the Biblical cycles as they relate to America and world financial markets, but let me tell you why I think his underlying premise has some merit. Using 7 year Sabbath cycles as Mr. Cahn describes, and going back in Biblical time the Sabbath cycles do indeed mark important events:*Yeshua (Jesus) was born on a Sabbath year*Nehemiah and Ezra read the law in a Sabbath year*Ezra when up to Jerusalem in a Sabbath year*The 2nd Temple foundation was laid in a Sabbath year*The 70 years captivity spoken about by Jeremiah ended in a Sabbath year*The 1st Temple was destroyed in a Sabbath year*Kind David died in a Sabbath year*The Exodus took place in a Sabbath yearIf you extend the same Sabbath cycles even further back in time (to Adam) using a reasonable rendering of the Old Testament chronology you find that:*Joseph's 7 years of plenty & 7 years of famine fell during the Sabbath cycles*Yahweh's covenant with Abram fell on a Sabbath year*Enoch's birth and the year he was taken to "heaven" both fell on a Sabbath yearIn my opinion the facts above show that Mr. Cahn's underlying premise has merit. Now, since this is intended to be a balanced book review I would like to give a few points where I find myself in respectful disagreement or in some way felt the book was lacking.1. Mr. Cahn did not provide a Scriptural basis for his Sabbath and Jubilee cycles calculations. I think a premise so central to the book should be explained so that the reader can come to a reasonable understanding of the author's perspective. For instance his Sabbath year is one year different than my understanding of the chronology. It would be helpful to see how he arrived at his chronological basis so I could correct my own understanding if the facts make that necessary.2. In my opinion Mr. Cahn misses a great opportunity to connect the Sabbath and Jubilee cycles to Yeshua, the true "spirit of prophecy".On a more positive note I really appreciated Mr. Cahn explaining how the Jubilee and Sabbath cycles are synchronized. Using his explanation of a synchronized Jubilee and Sabbath cycle brings new understanding to the chronology of the Scripture.Matthew 1 shows that Yeshua was the 41st generation from Abraham. Using Mr. Cahn's premise regarding the cycles being synchronized we find there are 41 Jubilee cycles between Abraham and Yeshua. Going even further back in time we find there were 41 Jubilee cycles from Adam to Abraham. Those of us alive today just happen to be living in the 41st Jubilee cycle from Yeshua. (41+41+41)Mr. Cahn talked about the 70 years the land of Israel enjoyed it's Sabbath's during the 2nd temple captivity period. Amazingly those 70 years began in the 70th Jubilee.As a final example of the beautiful symbolism inherent in such a premise we find a comparison in the Bible about the Messiah's return and "birth pangs". The typical human pregnancy lasts 40 weeks. Yeshua was seen of his disciples for 40 days before his ascension. Jerusalem was destroyed 40 years later. Today we are living in the 40th Jubilee cycle from the destruction of Jerusalem. (40 days > 40 yrs. > 40 Jubilees)In summary, I think Mr. Cahn's book brings much needed attention to the wonderful subject of the Biblical Sabbath and Jubilee cycles. Even though I don't agree with all of his conclusions, I wholeheartedly agree with his message of repentance.The Ninevites were given 40 days to repent and they repented from the king on down. Israel, during Yeshua's day, was given the "sign of Jonah" as a warning to repent. When they did not Jerusalem was destroyed 40 years later. Since that destruction it has been 40 Jubilees. Which example will todays generation follow?3A must read!Fabulous and historically accurate, which means that more of the same will not bring change. We must repent and turn back to God. God is loving and calling us in during His time of mercy before it is time for judgment.5Another Clarion Call to AmericaI give 4 instead of 5 stars due only to the repetition I find with Rabbi Cahn''s writing style used here. Once I accepted that, I read this book almost in one sitting. Rabbi Cahn brings us the bountiful and colorful beauty of the Hebrew from the OT as well as the Qreek from the NT to our English translation of the KJV Bible to teach us the richness of God''s Word, His plan, His love, His mercy, and His justice. Rabbi Cahn gives us clarity that cannot be ignored. Through scripture, he has reminded us of our immediate need to re-center our personal and national lives on God. I have read The Harbinger as well as reading The Book of Mysteries, and eagerly await for his next teaching! (I am also eagerly awaiting his next speaking appointment on Capitol Hill.) Americans need to turn back to God in order to live and thrive. Rabbi Cahn makes this abundantly clear, and I keep hope in my heart that his teachings will effectually help to make much needed changes in order that our nation avoid the inevitable effects of our ungodly conduct. Thank you Rabbi Cahn for your excellent and loving ministries, and another clarion call to America! "He that hath ears to hear, let him hear", Matthew 11:15.4The mark of a good book, is it keeps coming up on someones radar long after it was first writtenYou should read "The Harbinger" first, this expands on that book. For many this will be a wake up call to get yourself right with God. For some, they will attempt to argue with the conclusions, and still other will call this an act of fiction. The very fact your reading this review isn't by chance, so I would read the series. It is clearly a warning for America, its people and most especially its leaders. If you foolishly blow it all off, the piece on the stock market is still of value. I highly recommend and encourage you to read them. If it has been a while since you walked you're path with God, and this book motivates you to come back to His path, don't try it alone, get a coach, it is very difficult to change directions after walking the not so straight path for a long time.5Good with a disclaimer.I have read 2 of Jonathan Cahn's books and watched several interviews and TV shows with him. On the surface it is a good read. He does have some insight on Biblical wisdom. But be careful. I began tell a skeptical friend that the stock market was in trouble by what I read in this book and ended up with egg on my face. No big crash. I will never do that again. Remember Y2K? Also I enjoy World War 2 history and could not believe he quoted that the Japanese surrender was in April of 1945. Uh, that would be the Germans. Any history book would tell you that. I would suggest the Harbinger if you have not read it. It is a very good book.3awesome book overwhelmingly soThis is an awesome book. Although I will admit I was overwhelmed at the beginning. I have the audio version, there was so much information and my mind could not process it all. I decided to just listen and not try to figure it out. I made it thru the book and will be listening to it again. First of all remember we are from the western world and scientist mind set. The customs and things of the eastern world don't make sense to us. Set aside your western thinking and listen or read and you will be surprised how much information you will grasp. I don't understand it all and that's ok because when all is said and done the bottom line is this. God has a plan we need to be obedient and do our part in His plan. If you don't know what your part is ask Him He will tell you. God is a very personal God. He sees you where you are knows you better than you know yourself. And "He knew exactly what He was getting into when He called you and He called you anyway" (words from a song by Misty Edwards) you are loved you are beautiful you are a gift from God His own creation. You're a gift to everyone His gift of love to them. You are loved and God danced the day you were born!5Mystery RevealedJonathan Cahn gives a well documented overview of the rhythm of life that God has established from the beginning. It becomes clear that when cultures and nations ignore the counsel of God, they bring judgment on themselves by violating natural times and seasons that have been revealed for their well-being. Thus it is the people themselves that bring blessing or judgment.This book also serves as a warning that humanity cannot continually ignore God and his precepts without suffering the consequences. The present time in which we live is a downward spiral away from the blessed life that God has created us to experience toward a dark future brought on by an arrogance that rebels against what God has ordained. Yet, there is hope for those who recognize the error of their ways and turn to God in loving obedience, not just in the next life, but here and now.5Interesting Read for AllIf you can believe in Jesus Christ and God, and believe that the bible is true, there is 100% no reason for you to disagree with the information contained in this book. After all, Jesus was a man born to a virgin who died and rose from the grave to save everyone's sins. If you believe that (I do) then it is not unreasonable to believe that God left the Shemitah in action and that the future is going to be very interesting indeed.Jonathan Cahn is a great writer who presents his argument in a very understandable and easy to read format. His argument is backed up with true statistics that can be verified very easily. I will admit that the book can be a bit dry at times, however, it is only to establish his credibility and is required. For those looking for a "story" like The Harbinger, this is not the book for you. However for those more interested in the actual facts backing up the implications of The Harbinger, then this is the perfect read for those interested.Regardless of who you are or what you believe, statistically and historically Mr. Cahn's argument is pretty solid and a good read for all.Highly recommended.5Another Call to RepentanceJonathan Cahn has once again put together a publication that will not disappoint. Building off of his previous book, The Harbinger he now takes it to a more pressing conclusion. In my opinion, he shows that God not only works in our lives in a day to day basis, but also adheres to a hepatic, 7 year pattern that He set forth in the Torah when it comes to national blessings and judgments.It was interesting to see how so many history changing events took place around the Shemitah in the last 100 years. My only concern with his analysis is that he uses statistics to show God s hand at work and I always pay special attention when authors do this because it means that data can be manipulated to prove a conclusion that might not necessarily be there. However, I came to my own conclusion that his analysis is sound, noting that his comparisons were very similar and the percentages overwhelming.The areas I was glad to see him cover were:His analysis of previous Shemitahs and their consequences The meaning of towers in a nations standing with God and their implications The rising of the One World Trade Center The Isaiah 9:10 quotation in the Septuagint The Blood Moon Tetrad phenomenon The year of Jubilee and the history of Israel That he mentions the upcoming Shemitah (and possibly year of Jubilee ) is not a calamity set in stone, but needs close attention paid to it In conclusion, I would highly recommend reading this book. If we truly want to adhere to the command Jesus gave us during the Olivet Discourse in Luke 21:36 to Watch ye therefore and pray always . . . , this is certainly one way to accomplish it.5
See All Reviews
Delivery Delivery
  • Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched.
  • The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing.
  • In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.
Returns Return
  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 14 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened, any tags are removed or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • NineTribe reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.

Recently Viewed

Back to Top