“But you, brethren, are not in darkness, that this day should overtake you like a thief.” 1 Thessalonians 5:4
And there shall be signs in the sun, and in the moon, and in the stars; and upon the earth distress of nations, with perplexity; the sea and waves roaring. Luke 21:25
An e-mail was sent in that pointed out that the largest solar flare ever observed occurred on November 4, 2003. I had not been aware of this. Here is a quote from the email:
“It was the eleventh of eleven x-flares and was too large to be measured. It saturated the instruments for eleven minutes. It is estimated to be at least x-48. It appeared at the last possible moment before the spot was rotated around to the back of the sun. Had it been earth directed, it would have killed anyone on that side of the earth that wasn’t underground or in some kind of protected area.”
This solar flare started at 19:29 UT and peaked at 19:50 UT. It was after sunset and therefore it was on Heshvan 10. Yes, the same day that Noah was sealed into the Ark by God to wait seven days before the Flood occurred on the seventeenth of the month. And now we stand nearly seven years from this incident, much like Noah’s seven days before the time of judgment.
Seven completed solar years from the evening of November 4, 2003 will come to the day of November 4, 2010. On the Hebrew Calendar, this day is slated to be Heshvan 27. It is the day that is also a day of Noah. It is the day of the Noahic Covenant and the end of the Flood. God demonstrated through the sign of the rainbow that there would not be a worldwide flood again–but that was the Flood. One more period of judgement is quickly coming and as has been demonstrated, that day appears to be November 8, 2010, which is Kislev 1. That day appears to be the start of the Tribulation–another period of seven years just four days later.
However, if the count is seven Hebrew years from Heshvan 10, 2003 to Heshvan 10, 2010, then this would be the same day
(October 18, 2010) that was arrived at from June 7, 1967 and the Six-Day-War. This being 14,400 days to Heshvan 17, 2006 (anniversary day of the Flood start–40 x 360 or 120 x 120) with then another 1,440 days to Heshvan 10, 2010 (4 x 360 or 120 x 12).
Either way, the coincidence is alarming in an apparent countdown of seven years to the seven years. When everything points in the same direction, it is really time to take notice.