Signs of the End

A Discovery of Biblical Timelines

Signs of the End

A Discovery of Biblical Timelines

“But you, brethren, are not in darkness, that this day should overtake you like a thief.”       1 Thessalonians 5:4 

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Amazing Days of Noah and the End

October 23, 2008
Without a doubt, the timeline that launched Signs of the End was the fact that 40 360-day years spanned from the taking of the Temple Mount in the 1967 Six-Day-War to a significant day of Noah in 2006. That day was Heshvan 17, which corresponded to November 8, 2006. This Hebrew Calendar day was the anniversary day that began the forty days and forty nights of rain. With all of the other themes of forty that followed and with other connections discovered, it was amazing and significant.

The total time from June 7, 1967 to November 8, 2006 was 14,400 days. This can also be broken down to 120 times 120, which was another significant factor in the Flood story—the period of warning. That the Hezbollah-Israeli War began 120 days before this date even provided further confirmation. Other factors of 120 were also found tied to this date. It was amazing. But also not to be lost here, was the fact that Noah also died 2,006 years after Creation just as AD 2006 was 2,006 years from Christ. But with much anticipation, no major events came on November 8, 2006. Was it all just coincidence?

After documenting other significant factors that tied into November 8, 2006 in Signs of the End, the world economy came to a bump and the factor of seven was discovered. That is, it was 700 days from November 8, 2006 until Yom Kippur 2008 with another 700 days to go until Rosh Hashanah 2010. But also on the day the market tumbled 777.7 points, which was Rosh Hashanah in Israel, it would be another 770 days until November 8, 2010, the start point that was determined in Signs of the End to be the beginning of the Tribulation. This was pretty amazing, but there is more to it.

Please fasten you seat belt and pay close attention.

The total time from June 7, 1967 to November 8, 2006 was 14,400 days. But let us count one tenth of that number from November 8, 2006, which is 1,440 days. As we have established, it was 700 days from that day until Yom Kippur 2008 and it is another 700 to Rosh Hashanah 2010. By continuing another 40 days, the count will total 1,440 days and the final day will be October 18, 2010. On the Hebrew Calendar that day is Heshvan 10. This is the first day of Noah in the Flood account where God sealed Noah in the Ark seven days before the Flood rains began—and this with the seven year Tribulation likely to begin three weeks later. Therefore, what are the odds that 14,400 days and then 1,440 days from June 7, 1967 would result in two direct hits on days of Noah?

 

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Not very good, unless the Creator had planned it from the beginning.

But the parallel does not end there. Rosh Hashanah 2010 will come 40 days earlier from the conclusion of the 1,440 days. Carrying the analogy further, what came 400 days before the conclusion of the period of 14,400 days? That would have been Rosh Hashanah 2005. Much focus was put on Rosh Hashanah 2005 since it was 14,000 days from June 7, 1967 and the same time determined from the numbering in the Exodus until crossing the Jordan and the time from Christ until the Second Temple was destroyed in AD 70.

This analysis would suggest the importance of Rosh Hashanah and the tie into the days of Noah. The final period landing on Heshvan 10 carries with it the theme of God sealing and protecting His elect before the coming judgment. But Rosh Hashanah is the day of the great awakening and resurrection of the saints. This seems to strengthen the conclusion that 2010 is a year to watch with Rosh Hashanah being the key.

The beauty of this analysis is the inclusion of dates that had been noticed but not fully understood as to why they were significant. Rosh Hashanah 2005 and Heshvan 17, 2006 were keys to the overall equation. Hopefully what had seemed to go out of focus, has now come back into razor sharp clarity. A portion of the picture had been seen, but now the panorama is coming into view.

Keep those seat belts fastened!