We have a tradition that when Mashiach arrives together with the Jews of the diaspora, there will be wondrous occurrences. The very day of their arrival, they will find six (or seven) thousand Jews who live in the Holy Land. On that very day the Resurrection of the Dead will occur. That same day, the walls of Jerusalem will be replaced. It will also be the day of the rebuilding of the Holy Temple, which will be built from exquisite stones and gems.

Once those who were buried in Eretz Yisrael are resurrected, they will transform into new entities of the loftiest spiritual nature….

Once those who were buried in Eretz Yisrael are resurrected, they will transform into new entities of the loftiest spiritual nature. The same transformation will happen to those six (or seven) thousand Jews who remained alive in Eretz Yisrael. Their bodies will resemble that of First Man's [i.e. Adam's] original body before the sin [a garment of light, as opposed to mere skin. Their bodies will be similar, as well, to the body of our master Moses [who was able to survive on Mount Sinai three times for forty day periods without food drink nor sleep]. This change will enable them all to float in mid-air, and fly as eagles. This will be extremely astounding to the redeemed exiles.

Upon witnessing this, the Diaspora Jews will be worried, and they will complain to Mashiach saying, "Are we not Jews just the same as they? From where do they merit to fly and exist in an elevated spiritual state, while we don't?"

Mashiach will respond to them the following: "It is well known that all of G‑d's ways work measure for measure. Those that lived in the diaspora, yet made efforts and sacrifices to elevate themselves to dwell in the Holy Land with intention of meriting a purity of soul - they were not so concerned about their finances and health. They traveled over vast lands and crossed seas. Not paying attention to the possibilities of drowning, being robbed on the way, nor being taken captives by some strange foreign ruler. Being that they placed priority of their spirit over their materialism and physicality, they merit, measure for measure, to be elevated to this lofty spiritual stature. Yet you, whom have had the opportunities to go up to Israel as well, yet were hesitant and reluctant, being that you were enamored with your materialistic stature. You prioritized the material and left the spiritual pursuits as secondary. Therefore you remain physical, measure for measure. Yet as far as your desire for wealth, G‑d has taken care of that as well. He will grant you wealth beyond your wildest dreams. For soon all the treasures that were ever sunken will arrive. For, all seas have been sworn to produce these items at the shores of Jaffa."

At that time, the shore will be filled with all the treasures from the beginning of time. Mashiach will then distribute it all to each righteous person according to his needs. That is what is meant in the verse "…for the bounty of the seas shall be cleansed" (Deut. 33:19).

Likewise, all the treasure buried in the earth shall be brought to Israel. As is written, "…and the hidden treasure of the sand" (ibid.). This will be distributed as well. This will be their consolation [for those who had prioritize materialism]. Yet those who prioritized their Neshama, they will be transformed into supernal beings and will be led into the earthly Gan Eden.