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Rapture and the beginning of the Apocalypse on Sukkot 2012? It looks it is! Sept 25, 2012

The following comment to one of the articles in this blog about the significance of the fall feasts is described in biblical and numerical correspondence by the article of Janet Hirscu. Many thanks for sharing this knowledge with us.

It is my opinion that Janet could be right on her dates and events. This is definitively the year of the Rapture of the beginning of the Apocalypse the revealing of the Antichrist and the beginning of all the prophecies that pertain to the end times and the return to earth as King of Kings and Lord of Lords our Redeemer and God the Messiah Jesus Christ the lion of the tribe of Judah.

May he rein in all of our hearts in a relationship of love for all eternity, praise be His Name!


Submitted on 2012/09/25 at 5:54 pm


Hopefully the rampant, contagious ‘SCOFFERITIS’ has not taken hold of your thinking…..cause I’m still at it (since the Prophet Daniel said it would become CLEARER) and it is just that! (sound ‘repetitive?’)

NOTE the following:

1-yr warning (Jerem 51:46) Oct 8, 2011 (YOM KIPPUR/judg passed) to Mon, Oct 1, 2012 (SUCCOTH) = 360 days (1 perf yr)……(note that Feb had 29 days in 2012).

SUCCOTH, Monday, Oct 1, 2012, is LIBRA 8/perf judg via Jesus’# (if applic).
The RETURN is VIRGO 1, the 1st day of the Mazzarot cycle (Fri, Aug 23, 2019/VIRGO 1), 2520 past SIGNING Fri, Sept 28, 2012…..(a.c. not revealed until after the Church is gone, thus identity of ‘signer’ likely unrevealed).

The Return minus the 22-day loss (as earth straightens to a 360-day perf yr/Isa 13:13, 24:1,19,20) is AUG 1, VIRGO 1, AV 1 (2019)….both calendars & Mazzarot in perfect sync from then on….as at Creation.

30 days of mourning (Zech 12:10) later is SEP 1, LIBRA 1, ELUL 1 & the 45-day judg of the nations begins (Libra = judg), Isa 63…..Jesus into Temple w/ the Petra Jewish Remnant who will have CALLED Him back.

45 days (of judg of the Nations) after that is TABERNACLES, 2019, OCT 15, TISHREI 15, SCORPIO 15 (all in sync)…..end of trib. There can be no JOY until the Nations have been judged. The Nations will come UP to Jerusalem each yr at Tabernacles to worship the Lord.

2300 days Temple Worship (Dan 8) after MAY 15, 2013 (Israel’s Statehood anniv) is SEPT 1, LIBRA 1, ELUL 1.
If that is the case, then the 7 mths burying/bldg 3rd Temple woul span Oct 15-22, 2012 to May 15, 2013 meaning that the N. Invasion of Israel following the Rapture would occur between Oct 1 and 15, 2012.

Monday, Oct 1, 2012/probable RAPTURE (Tishrei 15/Succoth/Tabernacles) plus exactly 2517 days (3 days short of 2520) is FRIDAY, AUG 23, 2019, the RETURN (VIRGO 1). The first of the three 1260′s starts on the day of the SIGNING w/ the RAPTURE 3 days later on SUCCOTH. The SIGNING plus exactly 2520 days is the RETURN.

Mid trib FRIDAY, March 11, 2016 is the 1st day of the 13th mth, II ADAR 1….a.c. breaks covenant, sets self/image in Temple to be worshiped which is the Abom of Desolation/stops dy sacrifices/is killed. The a.c. satanically ‘rises’ three days later on MONDAY, March 15, when he kills the 2 witnesses (who rise 3.5 days later).

We have now passed Rosh Hashana and Yom Kipper 2012 because the CHURCH is PAST judgment with no reason for the 10 days of Awe of serious repentance & introspection because the Church is COVERED by the blood and already forgiven (in GRACE). The only day that concerns the Church at this point is the celebration of Succoth (Zech 14).

Remember that the Holy of Holies VEIL (only related to Yom Kippur) TORE at the Cross, eliminating forever the need for those awful 10 days of Awe. Forgiveness at the Cross either means TOTAL forgiveness (for those who accept the Gift of Salvation) or is DOESN’T. In other words, it seems obvious that the 5th and 6th Feasts (Rosh & Yom Kip) have been eliminated for the Church, and only the celebration of Succoth awaits the Church.

The trib (with the -22 day loss considered/days “cut short”) ENDS at TABERNACLES as well (TISHREI 15, 2019). That day (w/ both calendars & the Mazzarot in sync/360 days each) is OCT 15, TISHREI 15, SCORPIO 15.

Do you think there is still the need to BLOW the TRUMPET for 10 days of REPENTANCE to start?!, or to send the AZAZEL/scapegoat w/ blood on its head out into the wilderness on Yom Kippur? The veil already tore at the cross, proving that those 10 awful days are forever over….only a memory. Why do you think TABERNACLES is the ONLY Feast that will be celebrated by the world during the 1000-yr Millennium?….notwithstanding that it is also JESUS’ BIRTHDAY!

Monday (possible RAPTURE) Oct 1, 2012, TISHREI 15/Succoth is LIBRA 8 and Jesus enters the TEMPLE w/ the Remnant 7 yrs later (Isa 63) on LIBRA 1, exactly 2550 days later, matching the 2550 YEARS from 583 B.C. Destruction of 1st Temple to 1967, Temple Mt Reclaimed.

The Return is still in the ROSH yr of 2018 (5779) because Av 22 is still in the Rosh 2018 year. Thus the Pyramid Timelin of Rosh 2011 to Rosh 2018 still holds. Remember that 5779 is the ht in inches of the Pyramid (w/ the capstone) AND the Kelvin temp of the sun is 5779 as well (if applicable).

Of course all the patterns hold, ending at Rosh year 2018 (70 yrs, 100 yrs, 120 yrs, 52 yrs from 1967 to 2019, etc. +many others).

The entire trib is 2520 days which is 7 x 360 and also 9 x 280 (9 gestation periods); #9 = 9 planets, 9 digits, 9 Fruits of the Spirit, 90 age of Sarah, 99 age of Abr, 99 sheep safe, 9th hr Jesus gave up His Spirit, #99=’Amen’ in Hebrew, 9 lepers unthankful (only 1 thanked Jesus)…etc.

Note that at the Cross, 483 yrs (69 ‘wks’ of yrs) were completed with 7 more yrs (the trib) to go to reach the 490 yrs of punishment for the Jews (for not keeping the Sabbaticals, Sabbaths, Jubilees…..etc). 490 is also 7 x 70. Jerem 30:7 speaks of those 7 remaining yrs.

The celebration of the 121st Jubilee (start of the 7th Millennium) will take place on SUCCOTH/TABERNACLES, 2019, with its ‘legal start’ 5 days before on YOM KIPPUR, 2019 (Lev 25:9….).

So, briefly, here is the scenario:

Signing Sep 28, 2012……+1260…….II Adar 1, 2016…..+1260…..Return Aug 23, 2019…..-22 days……Aug 1…+30….Sept 1…+45……Oct15, Tabernacles

Of course the Rapture is 3 days AFTER the Signing (Mon/Succoth, Oct 1). There are also 1290 days mid trib to Temple Entrance and 1335 days to the end of the trib (Daniel 12:11-12). The 1290 from mid trib with the minus 22-day loss considered is Sept 1, 2019 and w/out the 22-day loss is Sept 22. So too the 1335 from mid trib with the minus 22-day loss considered is Oct 15, Tabernacles, and w/out the 22-day loss considered, it is Nov 5-7. The straightening of the earth will change the months to 30 days each, thus the 1 or 2-day inaccuracies noted.

Thus the entire trib, if the above is valid, is TABERNACLES 2012 to TABERNACLES 2019, the most celebrated, anticipated of the Jewish Feasts. Jesus’ BODY was born on Tabernacles (His Birthday) and the BODY of Christ (the Church) will likely be BORN into Heaven on the very same day……TABERNACLES………….J.H.


The Apocalypse, the Nephilin, the Rapture, the Antichrist, Pyramid of Giza Sept 25, 2012

As an introduction to this link I want to tell you that seldom will you find two videos whose speaker Mr. Patrick Heron captivates the audience with an electrifying theme that covers all the book of Revelation the Antichrist, the Rapture of the church and the fallen angels and the Nephilin. The last part covers the pyramids and Giza specifically.

He is a very good speaker who is full of the Holy Spirit. He makes the Holy Bible come alive and captivates you with the power of the Word of God. This is a two part video that must be seen by all people and specially all believers.

Thanks to Steven King for giving us the link.


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The role of the media with the Muslim riots comment on an article by Edward Wasserman Sept 25, 2012

this other article in the Miami Herald touches in the conflict between Islam and the West, specifically the freedom of expression inherent in a democracy.

This article is also very good and I am posting it here for my readers. The real question in my mind is this. Does God need humans to avenge the perceived or real insults thrown at Him by humans. My reasoning tells me no, and I know He has put a death sentence already on all human beings as penalty for our rebellion against Him. That is why all humans die and the most we can hope to live is 120 years. This death penalty has to be paid to satisfy His perfect Judgement against His rule and commands. This sentence is only fulfilled by the acceptance of the death of another in our place and that other must have to have been perfect to be accepted in substitution of others. This sentenced was fulfilled by Jesus when He died in the cross for the disobedience and sin of all the world.

To receive the pardon of eternal death we must enter in a relationship of love and obedience to Jesus. During the Apocalypse this will probably cost you your live.


The media and the Muslim rioting


It’s rare that a story so fully exemplifies the worst tendencies of the news media as the coverage of the protest in Muslim countries over a U.S.-made video ridiculing the founder of Islam.

The coverage is knit together by primordial bigotry and vile stereotypes. In Muslim countries, the media inflame ancestral hates and rekindle what Fouad Ajami calls “a deep and enduring sense of humiliation.” News reports goad the masses, pointing to the video as yet another insult by a decadent, predatory West intent on cruelly defiling the most cherished elements of Islam.

U.S. media, for their part, fill their screens with images of bestial fury by throngs of wild-eyed lunatics, incapable of restraint and impervious to reason, fanatics whose forebears once screamed “the Quran or the sword” and held the U.S. embassy in Teheran hostage.

Here we go again. Islamist leaders accuse Western governments of furtively promoting anti-Muslim slander; their media scoff at official denunciations of the video here and the use of anti-blasphemy laws in Europe to protect Muslims there from vilification. U.S. leaders issue bland pleas for civility, while insisting the protests are “spontaneous”— as U.S. UN ambassador Susan Rice put it — a claim that defies common sense.

That spontaneity claim also defies recent history, and it’s shocking that our media seem to know so little about that. They might start with The Cartoons that Shook the World, the book by Brandeis professor Jytte Klausen about the 2005-2006 uproar over the 12 satirical drawings of the prophet Muhammad that ran in a Danish newspaper. Klausen’s book itself made news because of the decision of its publisher, the Yale University Press, to strip it of the cartoons themselves. (Some 200 people had died in’06 rioting over their original publication.)

Too bad Klausen’s findings didn’t make news, since they remain highly newsworthy. She found that the rioting, far from being a mindless spasm of outrage, arose from a deeply political process consisting of months of backstage maneuvering involving Muslim leaders in Denmark, Islamic groups in the Middle East, and officials of various Arab governments. Only after key players saw gain in encouraging mass protest did the cartoons — originally published in September 2005—become a global cause four months later.

The central question isn’t the one on which our media dwell endlessly — “Why are they so mad?” — since there is, regrettably, enough free-floating anger in the Muslim world, and in parts of our own for that matter, that summoning zealots to shake their fists, trash foreign-owned storefronts and scream for the cameras is never all that hard. The real question for the media should be to find out who’s doing the summoning and why.

Here, Klausen assigns Egypt the pivotal role. It was in Cairo that the bitterness expressed by a visitation of Danish imams in late 2005 was given its stamp of pan-Islamic importance, and an obscure, local insult was launched into worldwide consequence.

Why? What use did Egypt and its then-leader, Hosni Mubarak, want to make of the cartoons? Klausen favors the explanation that angry mobs would be his warning to the West, particularly the neo-cons who held sway in Bush-era Washington, about what the democratization they were urging might unleash. “The cartoons were used to discourage the United States from pressuring the Middle Eastern governments to reform,” she suggests.

What’s more, Mubarak used the protests to dramatize the harm of an unfettered news media and defuse Western criticism over the press crackdown he was planning, and particularly targeting foreign broadcasters such as Al-Jazeera.

Hence, Klausen writes, the cartoon protests “were a reaction against a Western push for Arab democratization and social liberalization.”

And now? Just who’s sponsoring the current protests isn’t clear. Klausen suggests that Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi, like his predecessor, is “using protest to consolidate power.” Maybe so. Another beneficiary from today’s demonstrations has been Syria’s embattled Assad regime, since they are diverting attention from its slaughter of 25,000 fellow citizens. The protests in Afghanistan and most recently in Pakistan have their own roots, and the reasons for their official sanction need to be exposed.

If these protests are being engineered by cynical despots to ward off overdue reforms, that’s what the news media should be exposing, instead of once again flooding the public with images of frenzy and chaos.

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September 25, 2012 at 1:54 pm

Islam vs Judaism vs Christianity a clash of civilizations or religions or both? comments on an article written by Glenn Garvin in the Miami Herald Sept 25, 2012

Today the Miami Herald brought a very interesting article written by Glen Garvin and posted below.

This article in my opinion is one of the best articles written about the conflict between Islam and the Judeo-Christian nations of the Western democracies.

In my opinion the conflict is rooted in religious beliefs and their view of the world.

Both Islam and Christianity as well as Judaism believe in one God. They also believe and are waiting for a Messiah that will come to bring a Kingdom of peace on earth and they also believe that there is a Satan that is the enemy of God.

All three say that they oppose Satan and claim that their holy book, the Bible, old testament for the Jews, the Bible both old and new testaments for the Christians and the Koran for Islam, have the truth and that God is on their side. Is it any wonder that they are clashing now as they have been clashing for many years in the past?

How can we find the truth when Satan is the father of all lies and has been deceiving the nations and individuals for millennia.

It is my opinion that God who has seen the future and that has predetermined before creation who will be receptive to His call for a familial relationship along the lines of father and son-daughter relationship will guide those who seek Him to the truth.

Therefore unless you believe He will appear to you in person and reveal His truth as He has done in the past and still does to some in the present, the only way to get at the truth is by reading and studying all the Holy books. It is imperative to at least research what each book says about love and hate, good and evil and what kind of relationship God wants to have with human beings.

It is my opinion that Jews, Christians, Muslims and all the world will be persecuted by an evil man who will be possess by Satan and his false prophet or co-ruler. He will demand worship as God and will kill and persecute those who will not submit to him. the new testament calls this man the Antichrist, and God will allow him and the false prophet to impose his kingdom of evil in the whole world for seven years. At that time the whole world will be forced to do a decision as to whom they will obey.



Three lessons from the Middle East


There’s still a lot we don’t know about the anti-American violence that has wracked the Middle East for the past two weeks — especially the degree to which it was orchestrated by organized terrorist groups. In particular, the Obama administration’s contention that the deadly attack on the U.S. embassy in Libya began as a demonstration against an anti-Islamic film clip and then spontaneously escalated to mortars and rocket-propelled grenades seems far-fetched.

But even without knowing the full story, some conclusions are inescapable:

A more democratic Middle East isn’t the same thing as a more pro-American Middle East. In fact, it might be the opposite. The unpleasant fact is that even a Middle Eastern dictatorship run by a blood enemy of the United States, like Moammar Gadhafi’s Libya, may be suppressing a popular tide of even more profound anti-Americanism.

President Obama spent over a billion dollars last year lobbing missiles at Gadhafi, all supposedly in the name of democracy. His payback: a U.S. consulate reduced to a smoking ruin, with the corpses of four American diplomats inside. Egypt, Yemen and Tunisia, three of the countries where the U.S. applied fierce pressure to help oust authoritarian governments during the so-called Arab Spring, now host some of the most implacably hostile anti-American movements.

Don’t believe that it’s all George Bush’s fault. The people in the Middle East certainly don’t. When the White House changed hands in 2009, one of the most confident predictions of President Obama’s team was the calming effect he would have on foreign relations, especially in the Middle East. Getting rid of Bush’s cowboy hat and treating other countries like respected equals would make a huge difference.

So how did that work out? The most popular chant of the mobs thronging streets throughout the region last week was “Obama, Obama, we are all Osama.” It turns out that people in the Middle East, unlike the American chattering classes, are more impressed with deeds than words.

All the smooth talk in the world won’t distract them from the fact that Obama has turned the skies over the region into a killing field. In Pakistan alone, he’s unleashed nearly 300 aerial drone strikes (six times as many as were launched during the whole of the Bush administration) and inflicted a death toll numbering in the thousands. Cowboy is as cowboy does.

Let’s not kid ourselves — there really is a clash of civilizations. In 1996, the late political scientist Samuel P. Huntington wrote a book called The Clash Of Civilizations in which he predicted that, with the end of the Cold War, the global conflicts of the future would be over culture rather than ideology. At the top of his list was the chasm between the Judeo-Christian influenced liberal democracy of the West, and the theocratic totalitarianism of the Islamic world.

The chaos over the weekend, with dozens of people killed and hundreds injured in rioting against an obscure and nearly incomprehensible Internet film clip that Muslims find insulting to their religion, is further evidence that the cultural gap is growing more lethal by the moment.

The problem is that much of the Islamic world not only rejects Western conceptions of freedom but is willing to kill over them.

Any perceived insult to the Muslim religion, no matter how trivial or even imaginary, is a death-penalty offense. In 1977, Muslim gunmen in Washington D.C. killed two people, seized several buildings and took scores of hostages in an attempt to force a ban on a film called Mohammad, Messenger of God that they hadn’t seen but thought might contain religious insults. (It didn’t.)

The list of violent responses to supposed slights to Islam has only grown since then: The death sentence against author Salman Rushdie. The murder of the Dutch director of a hostile documentary on Muslim treatment of women. The hundreds of deaths in rioting over Danish cartoons of the prophet Muhammad and the swimsuit competition in a Miss World contest in Nigeria. (One Muslim cleric even called for the beheading of all the contestants.)

When American Christians make tepid complaints that works of art that blaspheme their religion (Andres Serrano’s infamous photo of a crucifix submerged in urine, for instance) shouldn’t be supported with taxpayer dollars, intellectual America labels them depraved fascists.

Muslims killing people over sacrilegious art, however, draws a much different reaction. Suddenly former Obama Middle East advisors like Sarah Chayes and free-speech absolutists like Anthony Lewis and even Supreme Court justice Stephen Breyer have discovered that insults to Islam aren’t really covered by the First Amendment.

In this clash of civilizations, the West seems to have a lot of fifth columnists.

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