“But you, brethren, are not in darkness, that this day should overtake you like a thief.” 1 Thessalonians 5:4
For those who have read the book, there was Chapter 9 that discovered the use of the Golden Proportion with special reference to 2006 to 2007. With the recent discovery of the ratios of pi from 2006 through 2010 posted on the web site, this begged the question of where else could phi (or the Golden Proportion) be found in subsequent years. Is there more to the amazing alignment of the days? This then is where the latest discovery comes into view.
The recent discovery of 8 months ago was the fact that from Heshvan 17, 2006 (November 8) unto Heshvan 10, 2010 (October 18) is 1440 days or 120 x 12. Also, Heshvan 17, 2006 was 14,400 days from June 7, 1967 (120 x 120). This has been covered before. Heshvan 10 is the day Noah was told to enter the Ark, where the rains began a week later on the 17th. The question, however, is where does phi fit in, yet again?
The period of the 1440 days between anniversary Flood days multiplied by phi (0.618) results in 890 days with a remaining 550 days. It can be found that by counting 550 days from November 8, 2006 will result in May 10, 2008. For those who have been watching or have read the book, this date last year has already come into view as significant.
May 10, 2008 was the day according to the Hebrew month (Iyar 5) that marked Israel's 60th anniversary, but it was also the day that the world's population crossed the threshold of 6,666,666,666 people--and that is ten sixes. What are the odds of this coincidence on the anniversary day of Israel’s existence proportioned between two days of Noah timed from the capture of the Temple Mount during the Six-Day-War? Just for the fact that this population number of sixes occurred at the sixtieth anniversary of Israel was more than enough in itself to raise an eyebrow at the time. But now with phi thrown in the mix it marks out this date as corresponding to the discovered days of Noah that continues in a countdown to 2010.
The important thing is that this all marks out the importance of the countdown, the generational countdown, from the establishment of Israel. Now we are over 60 years into that countdown. With the Feast Days properly aligned in 2017 and just under the 70-year generational limit, that puts the start of the seven years at the end of 2010. With only two Feasts of Trumpets between now and then, the options for the Last Trump fulfillment are indeed few.
This then leaves the years of 2009 and 2010, with 2010 being the year proposed in the book for the Rapture of the Church. As we head into the summer of 2009 it would also seem necessary that it needs to be more apparent for the stage to be properly set for the coming events. Though much more of the stage is set than a year ago, it still seems not to be enough for the time being—unless events go into warp drive.
Like so many other things, it does appear that focus is rightly placed for 2010 to be the crucial year. But there are only a few months left that will go by quickly. The countdown is short, and long ago prophesied events will be coming into razor sharp view, if they are not already.
By the way, the population threshold of May 10, 2008 was also 70 weeks exactly from the naked eye appearance of Comet McNaught on January 6, 2007, which was 60 days from our day of November 8, 2006 (Heshvan 17). Comet McNaught also crossed the Earth’s orbital plane 120 lunar months after another comet did the same. That was Comet Hale-Bopp. Hale-Bopp’s orbit is also examined in the book and shown to have last visited Earth 120 years before the Flood. It is all quite fascinating, but mostly it should be very sobering that the time is now.
From today there are only 490 more days (70 weeks) until Heshvan 10, 2010 or 450 days until the Feast of Trumpets. And I did not know this until I looked it up on the calendar just now. Coincidence is not a Kosher word.