Here is a High-Level Summary from both an Old and New Testament Perspective:

*There have been only nine red heifer sacrifices throughout biblical history.
*The Red Heifer had to be without spot or blemish (Numbers 19:1-10)
*The Red Heifer was burned outside of the camp.
*The likely place where the red heifer will be sacrificed is on the Mount of Olives.
*The ashes of the Red Heifer were mixed with water.
*The Red Heifer ashes were used to purify the priest for Temple Service
*The Priest must be purified with Red Heifer ashes mixed with water BEFORE the Temple service can begin with the Daily Tamid lamb offering.
*The Daily Sacrifice will be reinstated on the Temple Mount, as it is written in Daniel 9:27: Then he shall confirm a covenant with many for one week; but in the middle of the week he shall bring an end to sacrifice and offering.
*Yeshua quoted this passage and confirmed that: “When you see the abomination of desolation spoken of by Daniel…then let all those who are in Judea flee.” Matthew 24:15-16
*For this prophesy to be fulfilled, the Daily Sacrifice cannot resume without the Red Heifer ashes. The priest must be purified by the Red Heifer ashes so he can perform the Daily Sacrifice.
*The Red Heifer Sacrifice is a shadow picture pointing us to Yeshua our Great High Priest.
*There have been no Red Heifer sacrifices since the destruction of the Holy Temple in 70 AD.
*Rabbis believe that when a Red Heifer Sacrifice happens again, it is a sign that the Temple will soon be restored and that the Messianic age is very near.
*In the end of days, the Third Temple will be restored. The anti-Christ will take a seat in the Temple and proclaim himself to be god (2 Thessalonians 2:3-8).
*When Yeshua returns, the abomination of desolation will be done away with and the anti-Christ will be taken out (2 Thessalonians 2:3-8).

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For more information:

Astonishing Significance of Red Heifers in our Day –
Red Heifer Conference in Shiloh First Hand – Eliyahu Berkowitz
A Kosher Kohen has been found for the Red Heifer Ceremony – Eliyahu Berkowitz
The Original Ashes – The Temple Institute
The Tenth Red Heifer – The Temple Institute: