
Bible Prophecy Year
of 360 Days
Evidence for the "Eternal
Calendar"
(The Prophetic Calendar)
The solar year as 365.24218966953624...
days
Definitions:
 The bible says that a
prophetic year is 360 days long.

 As deduced from the bible, a prophetic solar year is
both 365.242 189 670 139 (of the "1000year Calendar.") and 365.242 189 669 536 days
long (of the "Eternal Calendar.")the average being 365.242 189 669 8
days.

 A "broadening cycle" is a cycle that is larger than its base cycle. For instance, the
4000year cycle is a broader cycle than its smaller 40year cycle, and the 96,000year cycle is broader than it's
4000 cycle, etc.

 Click here for, What does an "average" solar year mean?

 When we speak of "millions of years," this does not
mean that the earth itself has lasted, or will last, millions of years, but only that the
prophetic clock gives the appearance of being eternal. The prophetic
clock reveals the God of all ages, but not the age of God's Creation. The present
heavens and earth may pass away within as little as 1000 years (Rev. 20;
21:1).


What evidence
is there that the
"1000year Calendar," (based solidly upon the solar
year of Y2K) is meant to be perpetuated on into eternity? After all, the data supplied
by science is insufficient to
conjecture beyond the 1000year calendar, is it not?
(
The 1000year calendar results from the
figures supplied by science for the solar year on and around Y2K (Jan. 1, 2000).
However, the figures are not sufficiently accurate to positively identify any
cycles beyond the 1000year calendar level. Nevertheless, there are enough
hints to presume that the 1000year calendar is meant to be perpetuated
forever.
In summary:

The 1000year
calendar ends with a pattern of
"...x 24 x 150 x 24 ...x ?.x ?..."

The 1000year
calendar completes exactly one cluster of fourbroadening cycles. This
implies that it is the start of other clusters.

The initial and foundation 40year cycle
of the prophetic calendar contains within it patterns that are repeated on
the macro scale of the enormous broadening cycles:
a) The total number of years in each fourfoldbroadening cluster
amounts to exactly times 36 years on the 1000yearsequalsoneday
ratio. This is the same number of years as the first segment
of the initial 40year cycle. (See charts below.)
b) The 360 + 360 + 360 + 390days pattern of the last
four years of the initial 40year cycle is remarkable similar to the last year
of each cycle of the fourfold broadening cycle. (See charts below).

Y2K is perfectly
centered between the coordinates of when the solar year of the 1000year
calendar occurs, and when the solar year for the Eternal calendar occurs.
The former occurred two days before Y2K, the latter two days after. For the significance
of why these "two days" see, "The Seventh Reason Why
Y2K.")

Concurring with
Ps. 90, it is in character for God to not
only
create the 1000year calendar that finite man can somewhat
grasp,
but also to have an eternal calendar that only He, the infinite God, can grasp.
Before we look at the above five points in detail,
here are a few tables that will help conceptualize the information.
The Initial 40year Prophetic Cycle (Adjusted)
Table One
1st leapmonth 
2nd
leapmonth 
3rd
leapmonth 
4th
leapmonth 
5th
leapmonth 
6th
leapmonth 
7th
leapmonth 
6years 
6years

6years

6years

6years

6years

4years

2,190 days 
2,190 days

2,190 days

2,190 days

2,190 days

2,190 days

1,470 days 
36 years
( = 6 squared) 
4 years
( = 2 squared) 
40
years of 14,610 days
( = 120 squared days unadjusted) 
Perpetual Cycles of "The
Eternal Calendar"
Table Two
One year 
(360 days)

x 40 =
40year cycle 
a normal leap month
(390 days) 
x 100 = 4000year cycle 
the normal leap month omitted (360
days)

x 24 = 96,000year cycle

the normal leap month omitted twice
(360 days twice)

x 150 = 14,400,000year cycle

the normal leap month omitted
(360 days) 
x 24 = 345,600,000year cycle

a normal leap month
(390 days) 
x 150 = 51,840,000,000year cycle

the normal leap month omitted
(360 days)

x 24 = 1,244,160,000,000year cycle 
the normal leap month omitted twice
(360 days twice)

x 150 = 186,624000,000,000year cycle

the normal leap month omitted
(360 days) 
x 24 =
4,478,976,000,000,000year cycle, etc... 
a normal leap month
(390 days) 
If we work with the solar year
on Y2K only,
the following is what we would know for sure, (in yellow).
The rest is conjecture, (in white).
Table three
One year times 40
= 40year cycle 
add
a month ( 
times 100 =
4000year cycle 
subtract
a month 
times 24 = 96,000year cycle

subtract
a month 
times 150 = 14,400,000year cycle

add
a month 
times 24 = 345,600,000year cycle

add
a month 
times a large numbertimes 150 ??? = 51,840,000,000year cycle ???

subtract
a month 
times 24 ??? = 1,244,160,000,000year cycle ??? 
subtract ??? 
times 150 ??? = 186,624000,000,000year cycle ???

add ??? 
times
24 ??? = 4,478,976,000,000,000year cycle, etc... ??? 
add ??? 
In detail:
 The 1000year calendar ends with a pattern of
"...x 24 x 150 x 24 ...x ?.x ?..."
The 1000year calendar begins what looks to be the start of a sequence. There are 40 x
100 x 24 x 150 x 24. It would make sense that the next figure would be
consistent with the previous enlarging cycles. If we were to conjecture what
this next figure would be by its relationship to the solar year on Y2K, the next
value would have to be largeas much as times 300. (See table three). Since times 150 for the next value produces a tidy sequence of 24 x 150 x 24 x 150
..., and is 3,600 squared altogetherit seems the likely choice.
The 24 x 150 x 24 x 150… would form
interlocking multiples of 3,600, (i.e., 24 x 150 = 3,600, etc.) And each
fourfold broadening cycle would therefore be 3,600 squared, (or, 60 x 60 x 60).

The 1000year calendar completes
exactly one cluster of fourbroadening cycles. This implies that it is the start of other clusters.
The broadening
cycles are themselves grouped in cycles of four. (See table two.) That is, every
fourth broadening cycle repeats the same form of leapmonth adjustment.
For example, the 40year cycle is "normal," in that a
leapmonth is added as normal. And likewise, four broadening cycles
later (i.e. 40 x 100 x 24 x 150 x 24)
the leap month is again added normally. Thus, the solar year of
365.242189670139 of the
"ThousandYearsisasOneDay Calendar"
creates one fourfold broadening cycle, but no more. This implies that
the calendar is meant to persist onto yet larger cycles, and clusters of
broadening cycles. Hence, "The Eternal Calendar."

The initial and foundation 40year cycle
of the prophetic calendar contains within it patterns that are repeated on
the macro scale of the enormous broadening cycles:
a) The total number of years in each fourfoldbroadening cluster
amounts to exactly times 36 years on the 1000yearsequalsoneday
ratio. This is the same number of years as the first segment
of the initial 40year cycle. (Compare table one and two.)
If the Eternal
Calendar is composed of cycles of 24 x 150 x 24 x 150 (or 150 x 24 x 150 x 24),
then this
equals a total of times 12,960,000 years. It happens that 12,960,000 years on
the thousandyearsequalsoneday ratio
equals but 36 years, and 36 years is the total number of years of the first
segment of the 40year cycle!
b) The 360 + 360 + 360 + 390days pattern of the last
four years of the initial 40year cycle is remarkable similar to the last year
of each cycle of the fourfold broadening cycle. (See table two.)
(See table three, sixth line down.) The 1000year calendar is composed of the first five lines in yellow. The next
line begins the assumed Eternal calendar. There are only two things we know
about the first cycle after the 1000 year calendar (that begins the Eternal
calendar). If we narrowly restrict ourselves to Y2K for what is the
prophetic solar year, we know that whatever the next cycle is, it must be
quite large. Y2K would can for the next cycle to be about x300. This means
that the 1000year calendar would continue to be accurate for at least 300
more cycles, or about 100 billion years!
The second thing we know about the
assumed cycle that follows the 1000year calendar cycles is that whatever
it is, it must "subtract a month." This is important because it
sets a consistent pattern with all the cycles before it. As a matter of
fact, if the astronomical coordinates on Y2K for a solar year called for the
calendar at this point to "add a month," it would not only have
been inconsistent with what went before it, but it would be wrong. It would
call for there to be two leap months added to one year!^{1} It is one thing to omit a leap month, it is another to
add two of them. The following is how the last year of the
broadening cycles end as based on the limited coordinates of Y2K: (See tables two and three.)
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360 + 390 +
360 + 360 + 360 +390 + 360 +...???
The 360 in red represents the cycle
that follows the 1000year cycle. What comes after this is
conjecture based upon the emerging pattern.
The 360 + 360 + 360 +390 pattern is assumed to be repeated
endlessly after the pattern of the last four years of the initial
40year cycle, (see table one.)


Y2K is perfectly
centered between the coordinates of when the solar year of the 1000year
calendar occurs, and when the solar year for the Eternal calendar occurs.
The former occurred two days before Y2K, the latter two days after. For the significance
of why these "two days" see, "The Seventh Reason Why
Y2K.")

The two days prior to Y2K represents the previous
2,000 years on the 1000yearsequalsoneday ratio. The two days
after Y2K represents the next 2000 years into our future.
Y2K = Jan. 1, 2000.
It was popularly
celebrated around the world as 2,000 years from the birth of Christ.^{2}

(Year 2000)

(1000year calendar) 2 days <== Y2K ==> + 2
days (Eternal calendar)

(symbolic of )  2,000 years <== Y2K
==> + 2,000 years (symbolically)

(symbolic) as 1 BC <== Y2K ==> AD 4000 (symbolic)

(Year 2000) 
Two days before Y2K, the solar
year for the 1000year
calendar occurred at
365.242 189 670 138 888....days
Two days after Y2K, the solar
year was 365.242 189 669 536 24, which is the solar year of
the Eternal calendar
The average of these two calendars therefore occurred
in the middlethat is,
on (the morning) of Y2K at 365.242 189 669 838.^{3} The fact
that it was the morning of Y2K (in Israel) is important
since morning is the middle of a 24hour day in Jewish reckoning.
See "point
seven."
Hence, 2 days prior to Y2K symbolized 1 BC, and the two days after Y2K (the anniversary
of the dividing line of BC/AD) symbolized AD 4000. Y2K was symbolic of itselfnamely
of the year AD 2000, which is what Y2K in fact means! Thus from the
perspective of Y2K, "yesterday" was like "a thousand year when
it is past," (Ps. 90:4, see next). This, and the next point, is strong
evidence for the Eternal calendar.
 Concurring with Ps. 90, it
is in character for God to not
only create the 1000year calendar that finite man can somewhat
grasp,
but also to have an eternal calendar that only He, the infinite God, can grasp.
The same Psalm of Moses (Ps. 90) that inspired Peter to say that a day is
as 1000 years (etc.), also speaks of the eternality of God.
"A Prayer of Moses, the man of God.
O LORD, You have been our dwellingplace in all generations. Before the mountains were brought forth, or ever You had formed the earth and the world, even
from everlasting to everlasting You are God. You turn man to dust, and say, Return, sons of men.
For a thousand years in Your sight are as yesterday when it is past, and as
a watch in the night."
(Ps. 90:14)
All four of the above perspectives of time
are an integral part of the prophetic calendar.

"...all generations"
(I.e., the first cycle is 40 yearsi.e...., "a
generation." But a generation can also be 100 years too; and it
happens that the next cycle is 40 x 100.) 

"...from everlasting to everlasting"
(I.e., The Eternal Calendar.) 

"...a thousand years in Your sight are as yesterday when it is
past" (I.e., the 1000year calendar, 1Pet. 3:8.) 

"a thousand years...as
a watch in the night." (A Jewish watch divided a 24hour day into
6 parts, the Romans into 8 parts.
The prophetic calendar
likewise divides thousandyear periods into 6 and 8 parts
both within
the literal thousand years, and within the symbolic "thousand
years" already reduced by the ratio of a 1000yearsisasaday!)^{4}

Conclusion
Therefore we conclude that the Eternal
Calendar must be included (and flow out from) the 1000year calendar if we are
to be consistent with Ps. 90,^{4}
with Y2K, and with the emerging patterns of the 1000year calendar.
Endnotes:
1.) A regular prophetic year
has 360 days in it. A year with a leap month added to it in order to adjust to
the prophetic solar year of^{ }365.242189669536 has 390
days. If a broadening cycle lacks two of these leap months it means that the end
of that cycle, (which must always be the end of the smaller 40year cycle), has
just 360 days in it; and 4 years earlier (the 6th of the 7cycle pattern of the
initial 40year cycle) would also has just 360 days. (See tables one and
two).
Therefore, when the leap month is
omitted twice, (see the blue rows in second table below), it means that the last
ten years (6 + 4) of the 40year cycle is left unadjusted, and thus has 3,600
days in it. This 3,600 days is a precursor of the 3,600 years
of broadening cycles that follows the first broadening cycle of this type, and
that completes the 1000year calendar. (See table two, lines 46.)
2.) Y2K = Jan. 1, 2000. It was popularly
celebrated around the world as 2,000 years from the birth of Christ. But
actually, Dec. 25th makes Jan. 1st the day when Jesus' was circumcised and named
(Luke 2:21). Y2K is popularly regarded as 2,000 years from the
dividing line (mirror) of our BC/AD
calendar, though the actual
number is 1,999 years. (This, too, is significant.)
^{3.)} No
doubt the figure of
365.2421896698 for noon Y2K is only an approximate by scientists, and may only
be true, say, to the eighth decimal point. But even if rounded to the eight
decimal point as 365.24218967yet even this would be sufficient to establish
the 1 x 40 x 100 x 24 x 150 x 24 pattern of the 1000year calendar. However, since
the strange computer looping of time on Y2K was a sign (see "Why Y2K?"), is it not a small matter to consider the exact 365.2421896698
set by astronomers to be the hand of God tooeven if it proves in years to
come to have been out a little?
Furthermore, if for arguments sake we could
except no greater accuracy for Y2K than to the fourth or fifth decimal point, (a very
low minimum indeed!) we would then have cycles of 1 x 40 x 100 x 25 (or, 100,000
years). (The solar year would then be reduced to 365.2422.)
While this is only an approximate of the full 40 x 100 x 24 x 150 x
24 pattern, it nevertheless is completely compatible with it. For to be consistent
with the overall structure of the prophetic calendar, the
96,000 years of the first four cycles (1 x 40 x 100 x 24) implies a further 4000
years to complete it (equaling 100,000 years). (See here
and here for more.)
Note
also that 100,000 years equals 1000 generations of 100 years. This agrees with
the words spoken to Moses about the time of the Exodus:
"The LORD passed before him, and proclaimed,
"The LORD, the LORD, a God merciful and gracious, slow to anger, and
abounding in steadfast love and faithfulness, keeping steadfast love for the
thousandth generation,
forgiving iniquity and transgression and sin, yet by no means clearing the
guilty, but visiting the iniquity of the parents upon the children and the
children's children, to the third and the fourth generation," (Ex. 34:6,7
NRSV, cf., Gen. 15:1216).
4.) Regarding
Psalm 90:
On the ratio of "a thousand years...as
a watch in the night" (verse 4), the last cycle of the 1000year calendar would symbolically read as 160 or 120 yearsboth very
significant numbers in the life of Moses . (See table two ==> 345,600,000years
divided by 1000, = 345,600 years, divided by 360 days [in a prophetic year]
= 960 "years", divided by 6 parts in a Jewish day = 160 "years." But divided by 8 parts of a Roman
day [as in Jesus time], = 120 "years.") Moses died at 120
years of age (3 x 40), and 160 years (4 x 40)
is four generations of 40 years. God delivered the nation of Israel by Moses
after four generations of 100 years, as promised, "in the fourth generation"
(Gen. 15:16), (see previous endnote).
The average of a generation of
40 and 100 years are 70 yearsan important number in the accumulated leap months
of prophetic calendar, (40 + 100 = 140, divided by 2 = 70 years). And 80 is
the age of Moses when he delivered Israel from Egypt; (and is half of 160
years). Therefore, note the "70" and "80 years" of verse
10:
"For all our days pass away under your wrath;
our years come to an end like a sigh. The days of our life are
seventy years, or perhaps eighty, if we are strong; even then their span is only toil and trouble; they are soon gone, and we fly away."
(Ps. 90:9,10)
Besides the mention of this 70
and 80 years, Psalm 90 even contains the poetic paralleling of "days"
with "years" so central to the bible numbers. God
told Moses to tell Israel that they would wander in the desert 40 years,
"a year for each day" that they spied out the land in unbelief
(Num. 14:34). This 40 years completes the third part of Moses life, which
was divided into three even 40year periods, (Acts 7:23, 30). Thus, Ps.
90 contains all the various ratios and dimensions of the prophetic calendar.
It is the only Psalm by Moses in the book of Psalms, and it was to Moses
that God commanded the year of the Exodus to be the first of the calendar
years:
"And the LORD spoke to Moses and Aaron in the land of Egypt, saying,
This month shall be to you the beginning of months. It shall be the first month of the year to you."
(Ex. 12:1, 2, etc.)
Update
on May 22, 2010, which is many years after this document was put
out: It seems more likely that the massive cycles of millions of years
ended at the birth of Christ, 6 BC, but that the simple 100,000 calendar
began at creation as explained above. Interestingly, if astronomers are
right (and this depends on uniformitarianism), and the big bang
"creation" began "13.75
(± 0.11) billion years ago", this would make 6 BC the 40th cycle
of the 4000year calendar (345,600,000 x 40 years), and also the 1000th
cycle of the "eternal calendar", (40 x 96 x 3600 x
40 years). Both the 40th or 1000th cycle of either calendar
fits perfectly with the symbolic meaning of the time frames already
discussed within the calendars. It also completes an impressive symmetry
by beginning and ending on a cycle of 40. {See below chart.} This puts the
Creation at March, 13,824,000,006 BC, and thus within the parameters
of the age of the universe according to the most recent measurements.
Either this is a most remarkable coincidence, or God! Even if the universe
only appears to be this age (uniformitarianism),
but instead is only about 6,000 years old, it is still a very remarkable
"coincidence". At
the time that this calendar was studied and put on the net, astronomers
had put the age of the universe at about 14.6 billion years, much too old
to fit the 360calendar. Perhaps science is just now catching up to what
"God's" calendar was suggesting all along? I realize this raises
questions about how literal the Genesis account is, questions that may
take years to resolve. But in the end, God will be glorified more than
ever. Of that I am sure! Interestingly, astronomers divide the approximate
14 billion into two nearly equal periods of 7 billion, similar to the biblical
division of 7 + 7 years discussed here and elsewhere.
This also completes seven cycles, just as
in creation and also like the basic
40year cycles. And like creation, the first three days mirror the
next three days, with the seventh day set apart as special. Note in the
below chart that the first three cycles occur within the biblical
timeframes to do with human civilization.
Cycles
1 
1 year (of
360 days)

cycle
2 
x 40 = 40year cycle 
These
two cycles = 4000 
cycle
3 
x 100 = 4000year cycle 
cycle
4 
x 24 = 96,000year cycle

These
two cycles = 3600 
cycle
5 
x 150 = 14,400,000year cycle

These
two cycles = 3600 
cycle
6 
x 24 = 345,600,000year cycle


cycle
7 
x
40 = 13,824,000,000  that is, 13,824,000,006 BC 
This also fits well with the "thousand years
equals a day" ratio as discussed already on this page. It creates the
"12900 + 12900 + 12600" pattern, with the third figure
commencing exactly when scientist say the earth itself began to form, that
is 4.54
billions years ago. (12600 x 360 x 1000 = 4,536,000,000
years.) Interestingly, the sun is said to have formed shortly before
the earth (about 30 million years), and will burn out 4.5 billion years
from now, thus placing the present in the middle of the ninebillionyear life cycle of the
sun. This completes the pattern of, "12900 + 12900 + 12600"
+ 12600/12900". This, therefore, completes the sevenplussevenyear
pattern except as seventyyear unites, with the seven's divided in half, as the
bible indeed does. These are the same numeric patterns seen repeated
in the history of human civilization, as examined in detail on the bible
numbers website, except here repeating themselves back billions of
years in increasingly large cycles.
Moreover, this also means that from the creation at
13,824,000,000 years before the Exodus and Christ, there are 144000 cycles
of the 96,000year cycle. And this also means that there are 144000
of the 4000year cycle remaining after this to complete the 144000th cycle of
the other 100,000year cycle. These numbers are found in the bible, (Deut.
7:9, Rev. 7:4), and together imply that "a thousand generations"
are like one man and one man like a thousand generations of men. This is
very similar to where the bible says that, "a thousand years are like
a day and a day is like a thousand years," (Psalm 90, 2Peter3:8).
Jesus Christ is that "man", the elect one. He is "the firstborn
over all creation".
Col 1:15 "He is the image of the invisible God,
the firstborn over all creation."
Col 1:1617 "For by him all things in heaven and on
earth were created, things visible and invisible, whether they are
kings, lords, rulers, or powers. All things have been created through
him and for him.
He himself existed before all things,
and by him all things hold together."
("144000" is the number
of God's elect at the end of the age, Rev. 7:4.
"100,000" is 1000 generations of elect individuals, Deut.
7:9, a generation being 100
years. "Showing mercy to a thousand generations..." Deut. 7:9. (I.e.,
on this scale it is as if to say, "Showing mercy to a thousand
generations 144000 times, once for every elect person!"
The "96,000 cycle" is a variant of the 100,000. It
simply lacks the previous 4000year cycle. Amazingly, a generation in the bible is either 40
or 100 years and " 4000" is 100 cycles of the basic 40year cycle!
Also note that the 5th major cycle on the chart
is a 14,400,000year cycle, which happens to also be 144,000 generations of
100 years!)
I have tried to compute the odds of all these
patterns repeating themselves like this in the geological ages.
Conservatively, I place the odds at about one in 2000 that the small contemporary
scale would repeat itself on the enormous geological scale. (The real odds are more likely one in a million, but I
would rather err on the side of the lesser.)
What is the conclusion of the matter?
God would have us to know that whether the age of
the earth is young or old, He is Creator. God is sovereign over men and
even their theories. And in the end when the dust settles, the truth will
always glorify Him. So be still and know that He is God!
Final note: I later realized that about the very hour I
made this discovery about the 40th cycle back to 13.8 billion years, the
astronomer Nicolaus
Copernicus was being reburied. He is the priest that discovered that
the earth revolved around the sun, and although rejected by the church
at that time, it later proved to be a revolutionary truth that paved the
way for modern astronomy. In the same way I am left to wonder whether Christians
who fight against the notion of the heavens and earth being billions of
years old will soon universally and irrefutably be found wrong?
Moreover, two days before this, the first
synthetic cell was created. Something to think about! I personally
find nothing in the bible that contradicts a very old heavens and earth
and indeed it makes far more sense to me even from a purely biblical
perspective.
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