Only one day since Creation
perfectly agrees astronomically with what is the (average) prophetic solar year. This one day was Jan. 1st, AD 2000.1
As you might
recall, Jan. 1st, AD 2000 was "Y2K-day." It was the
day when the computer clocks around the world (unless corrected) went
into a loop of time so that the year 2000 read incorrectly as AD 1900. Unless
corrected, this will repeat itself
every 100 years forever---never getting past the year 1999. "Y2K" cost billions of dollars to fix. Though no catastrophe occurred
as predicted by many (not myself), nevertheless, the event served as a important
sign. (We explain shortly).
we say that there has only
ever been one day that has astronomically agreed with the prophetic solar year, what we mean is this:
to scientists, the average speed of the earth on Y2K in its orbit around the sun
(if constant at that speed forever) would take
days to complete. (This is called, an average
tropical solar year). Now it happens that this precise
measurement of a solar year generates a calendar whose numeric patterns are identical with those
repeatedly spoken of in the bible. Furthermore, these patterns emerge not only
from this precise measurement
of a solar year, but also from the measurement of the synodic month (at
at 29.5305888531 days! The odds of all this happening by random chance are
is the prophetic calendar of which we are examining, and the question before us
is: How is it that only the day of Y2K
has the exact average orbiting speed of the earth around the sun whereby the
resulting solar year (if made constant) would produce all the numerous numeric
patterns in the bible?
First in summary (and then
(Answered in increasing order of importance and complexity); Y2K is
the logical day to reveal the length of a prophetic solar year because:
- On a personal level, in the fall of 1998 the Holy Spirit revealed to me that the
then upcoming Y2K was to be a sign by God of both the delaying and
time simultaneously in a way incomprehensible to man.
- Furthermore, the looping of computer clock-time on Y2K
was a sign to indicate and highlight the importance of this day astronomically.
It was an important sign to the effect that the average orbiting speed on this day,
if rendered unchanging like the looped clock-time of the computers,
is indeed the very prophetic solar year. And to know the prophetic
solar year is to solve the elusive mystery of the bible numbers.1 The prophetic
solar year is the "Grand Unifying Mechanism"
uniting and underling all of
the bible numbers.
- Y2K is simply the best and obvious
day for setting the
prophetic clock to because it is popularly viewed as the end of the second
millennium. It was the obvious choice of astronomers
- (The following has to be examined to be
appreciated.) There are 4000 years from the birth of
Jacob until Y2K, and 4000 years is an important intercalary cycle of the
prophetic calendar, etc.: (I.e., Jacob is a type of Jesus, and Jesus is the start of the BC/AD
system; therefore a 4000-year cycle from Jacob to Y2K has special
"4" is greatly reinforced by the next two points.)
- It is commonly
recognized that there is a gap in the prophetic
time clock as understood from the
prophecy of the "490" years of Daniel 9:24-27. The
last seven years of the 490 is said to be separated from the preceding 483 years by an
indefinite gap of time known as "The Church Age." This is similar
in type to the symbolic freezing of time on Y2K. Moreover, Y2K is aligned
with the 490 in incredible numeric patterns!
Y2K (Jan. 1, 2000)
was 5760 years from the Jewish traditional date (used in their own
calendar) for the
creation of the world. It happens that 5760 years is:
144 generations of 40 years,
or, 480 x 12,
or, 360 x 16.
And it is also 6 generations of 40 years short of
Each of the above combination of numbers are important to
the 360 calendar. This is no small proof that the year of Y2K is that
year (and day) chosen by God to reveal the full details of the 360
calendar, since the 360 calendar (as based on the solar year set to Y2K) is in
perfect harmony with the number of years from the creation to Y2K.
detailed article on this 6th point is worth reading. It also explains the
symbolism behind the numbers used in the 360 calendar, and in '5760 years.')***
- Numeric patterns like those above are repeated
again only on a micro scale. We will talk about this later, Lord
willing, after the book "The
Writing on the Wall" is completed. Even on the micro level, Y2K remains the logical day of
choice to reveal the length of a prophetic solar year.
1. The prophetic
calendar presupposes a fixed solar year of 365.242
189 669 8 days, which happened to have occurred on Y2K. In reality
however, the length of a solar year is
steadily decreasing---though ever so slightly. Nevertheless, over
millions and billions of years even a very slight but steady decrease affects accuracy.
Any day since the Creation would be close enough to the Y2K figure to be
accurate up until the level of the 4000-year cycles; however, beyond this, only
Y2K holds the secret to
the cycles that occur thereafter.
It is most interesting that scientists estimate that the solar
year around 4000 BC (approximately Creation) was 365.24250 days. This is
precisely the solar year required for the 4000-year cycles to continue forever
with no further need of correction! And furthermore, it also means that the
first cycle would have concluded at the birth of Christ; moreover, Y2K is half
way through the next 4000-year cycle!
Astronomers set this figure for Y2K to the tenth decimal
point. This is as accurate as any one day can be
since every day also decreases on average at the same tiny rate of one-to-the-tenth decimal point, (i.e.,
.000 000 000 1, or more
precisely, 1.4e-10 days). Doubtless, the astronomers
themselves do not claim this figure on Y2K to be anything more than a workable
approximate. Nevertheless, just as the computer-related events of
"Y2K" are a sovereign sign, so likewise is this measurement---even if
later it is revaluated to some other figure. If ever it is
revaluated, (and unanimity among astronomers reached), it would be
interesting to know what day the 365.242
189 669 8 figure would then land on! Perhaps it might turn out to
be some time in AD 1995 and thereby pinpoint for the world the actual and
literal birth date of Christ exactly 2,000 years earlier?!!? Whatever happens,
one thing remains sure---365.2421896698 on Y2K, (accurately or accidentally), is
a most remarkable sign---perhaps the most remarkable since the star of Bethlehem
some 2,000 years earlier! (See also "average"
Also see important
note about how the geological ages fit in perfectly with the large cycles of
the 4000-year calendar.
2012, End of the World:
True or False?
Also see Bible Numbers:
The Pattern of Prophecy