As the regular readers know, we have been
charting the significant international events happening 1150,
1240, 1260, 1290,
and now 1299/1300 days from when the Twin Towers fell---all biblical numbers
and expressions of a
3½-year period---the number associated with the great tribulation
period in bible prophecy. As a matter of fact, just earlier today (April
2, 2005) I put out the article on the 1290
days. (The 1150
is from when the Pope's friend, Yasser Arafat died.)
Using the Jewish calendar:
The said 1240 days is 42
months on the Jewish lunar calendar without its leap months (such as
is used by Muslims), and corresponds to the 1260 (42
x 30 days) on the 360 calendar, (Revelation
11:2-3). The Pope took ill at the 1240-day mark but died at the
1299/1300-day mark. This represents 44 months on the Jewish calendar (as is
used in Israel today), which is precisely a 3½-year period on the
Jewish calendar from when the Twin Towers fell.
The Towers fell 9 am on Sept 11, 2001, which
was Elul 23 in New York and Rome. The Pope died 9:37 pm Rome time, April 2,
2005, which was 2Adar 23 on the Jewish calendar in Rome (since it was after
evening there, and hence a new day), but still 2Adar 22 in New York. This is
significant because there were two possible days that the Pope could have died
order to mark this 3½-year period on the Jewish calendar---they were 2Adar
22 and 2Adar 23. Amazingly, the the Pope died on them both!
The reason why the day could have been either
2Adar 22 or
2Adar 23 is because a 3.5-year period on the Jewish calendar is
usually 1299 days long, but sometimes it can last 1300 days, as is the case
this time. The Pope died upon such an hour, however, that it was both 1299
and 1300 days---2Adar 22 and 2Adar 23---depending on whether you reckon it by New York time or by
the time in Rome. (Further
Using the 360 calendar:
On the 360
calendar, the Pope died Abib (Nisan) 21 in New York, but Abib 22 in
Rome. (Or plus one month---the 360 calendar has two leap-month methodologies.)
The Pope therefore died at the end of the 7 days of Passover (unleavened
bread) according the the bible prophecy calendar. (Note the "7
It happens that 1150 x 3 years (Daniel, and recall Arafat) before his death they
celebrated the first feast of unleavened bread when Israel came out of
Egypt---and 1260 x 2 years before his death Israel celebrated this same
feast "seven days" having completed Zerubabbel's temple after they
came out of Persia (Babylonian captivity), (Ezra 6:22)! (Further
details.) The Twin
Towers fell 1260 x 2 years from when they began to rebuild the
temple, and, as said, the Pope died 3.5 years later. (Click
here for a closer look at this, as put on the net 3.5 years ago.) The
Passover and the temple are closely aligned in meaning. The seven days
signifies the end of the Age (as does Tabernacles).
What it means:
the end of the Age the Lion of the tribe of Judah will retake His staff
and rule His sheep Himself---He is the Passover Lamb and will lead His
people out of bondage---religious and political. But all imposters will be cut off. Ponder the
Picture Bible Code which is found in the passage of Genesis 49 about 'the
scepter not departing from the lion of Judah until Shiloh comes.' (Shiloh
means, "The one to whom it [the staff] rightfully belongs," Genesis
49:10; Ezek. 21:27.) To be elaborated on later.
staff in the bible-code picture reads: "The
scepters of Edom/Moab are among them." (Or, "The scepters of a man
are among them.") The sun disk at top of the cross (and upside down
sword) reads, 2x , "His star," and the top beam reads 2x,
"When the star appeared." These key words are taken from Genesis 49:8-10, Num. 24:8-19 ---as fulfilled in the birth of Christ, (Matthew 2).
In Matt. 2, the star of Bethlehem that the magi followed was called,
"His star," and 2x the "star appeared." Herod tried to
find out "when the star appeared." These are all the key words of
the text and of Genesis 49 and the prophecy of Num. 24. The rest will be
elaborated on later, but essentially the 'Lion' reads, "Judah" 5x, and also reads "Levi is His son" as well,
bringing out the fact that Jesus is both king and priest! The tail reads,
"I AM the Lion of God." The head reads twice, "The scepter/staff."
The lion stands for Christ, but negatively also for the "beast"
and "false prophet" who seek to wrestle the staff from His hands.
But "he will slay them with the rod of His mouth," (Revelation 19).
Thus, Edom and Moab are a portrait of what is to come.