“But you, brethren, are not in darkness, that this day should overtake you like a thief.” 1 Thessalonians 5:4
May 24, 2018
Here are screenshots of near sundown March 16 and 17 from Jerusalem looking for Nisan 1. On the observed calendar Nisan 1 was March 17. Simply by going back I now see this was in error as the moon did not cross the threshold of the sun until the next day. This means that Passover eve or the 14th of the first month was on the regular Sabbath with day 1 of Unleavened Bread or Passover Day 1 on Sunday April 1. Therefore, the next day after the Sabbath would have been the next Sunday–April 8. Seven weeks later is May 27.
This means Darren Jack was right, but I also believe the Sunday before was marked out by the flood numbers and the others pointing to a seven day period “as in the days of Noah”. So the evidence to either day had merit in its own way. I did go back and also check the observed calendar against the eclipse and the Feast of Trumpets 2017 and it was correct. My sincere apologies for not looking at the exact moon positioning in March. The Observed Calendar is usually in line astronomically, but here it was not.
Flood Diagrams adjusted to reflect May 27 as Pentecost but the timelines are still good ending May 20 to show a week warning as in the Flood.
The conjunction diagrams have been updated to reflect events for May 3. Two of these had been pointing to May 26/27.
The Revelation Sign on Time is the original document from a month ago.
May 20 saw a great alignment. At sunset in Laodicea (remember the Laodicean sunset equinox on March 20) the sun was 3 minutes to high noon at the 33rd parallel in South Carolina where the eclipse ended on August 21, 2017. Billy Graham was tied to the eclipse across America at his birth and death. May 20 was 88 days after his death and from his grave site at the Graham farm, the Sun was 8 minutes to high noon at 88 degrees. The Pleiades were aligned at high noon on this very day. See diagrams below. May 20 was the observed Pentecost, but the correct count is to May 27.
Time and dates on the screenshots reflect pacific time, but the view is from Jerusalem looking west before sundown.