Dear Fellow Watchers (updated 1/2/2007scroll below),
Sometimes it is difficult to cover all angles, but through email from Stephen Bishop at midnight, he told me that he found a golden proportion using 7/12/2006, 9/23/2006, and 11/8/2006.
I then counted 7/12/2006 (Hezbollah kidnappings and start of war) to and including 11/8/2006 (day 14,400 from 6/7/1967) and found that it is 120 days. 14,400 days can also be stated as 120 x 120! Of course the significance of 120 with Noah is pretty obvious, especially since 11/8/2006 is Heshvan 17the day the rains began. Of course it is also 2006 years from the birth of the Second Adam, just as Noah died 2006 years after the first Adam. Noah means rest. But back to the proportion.
A golden proportion of 120 is 74 (0.618 x 120), which is the same time from 7/12/2006 to 9/23/2006 (Rosh Hashanah)74 days.
7/12/2006 ==>74 days==>9/23/2006==>46 days==>11/8/2006
Stephen also mentioned the below:
One day is with the Lord as a thousand years.
Silence in heaven for half an hour is 1/48 of a day.
1/48 of 1000 years = 20 years, 10 months.
= approx. interval from Halley's comet perihelion to Nov 8, 2006
also approx interval from HaleBopp to Dec 2017
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There is also something else amazing for 2007 that I found out yesterday (12/29/06).
As I mentioned before, from July 12, 2006 (start of Lebanon war) to November 8, 2006 is 120 days. From June 7, 1967 to November 8, 2006 it is 120 days squared (14,400 days). The golden proportion (0.618) of the 120 days (7/12 to 11/8) comes to 9/23 or Rosh Hashanah.
7/12/06 ==> 74 days ==> 9/23/06 ==> 46 days ==> 11/8/06 120 days
What is new and interesting is that if we take the time of Rosh Hashanah up until 11/8/2006 and then go 74 more days, the date arrived at will be January 20, 2007.
9/23/06 ==> 46 days ==> 11/8/06 ==> 74 days ==> 1/20/07 120 days
This is the first day of the eleventh month on the Jewish Calendar. This date is mentioned in the first chapter of Deuteronomy as the time Moses gives this message to Israel in their 40th year just before they enter the Promised Land. This comes 120 days after Rosh Hashanah 2006 and in the 40th year from the Six DayWar. Moses also died shortly thereafter at 120 years.
Significance? I do not know. It could be an event or it may not be one at all. The significance at the very least is that this day of historical significance finds its place among the fascinating weave of numbers and themes leading up until the return of Christ.
Below is a response from Stephen Bishop to the January 20th finding:
It is interesting that Saddam Hussein had to be executed in his 70th year  Babylonian captivity  exactly 21 days before January 20, 2007  and Daniel's prayer was hindered for 21 days.
19372006 is 70 years inclusive
120 days from the night of Dec 29, 2006 in the US is...
April 28, 2007  Saddam's 70th birthday !!
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There is again something else amazing for 2007 that I found out today (1/2/2007) that works with the 120 days to Shebat 1 from Rosh Hashanah 2006.
From Shebat 1 to Nisan 1 is sixty days or half of 120.
A golden proportion (0.618) divides it to 37 and 23 days, which is simply half of the days in the 120 day proportion (74 and 46 days).
Thirtyseven days from Shebat 1 will land on Adar 7, which is the day of Moses' birth and death according to tradition and the Bible (30 days of mourning and three days preparation until Nisan 10).
Deuteronomy 34:8
And the children of Israel wept for Moses in the plains of Moab thirty days. So the days of weeping and mourning for Moses ended.).
Joshua 1:11
Pass through the camp and command the people, saying, Prepare provisions for yourselves, for within three days you will cross over this Jordan, to go in to possess the land which the LORD your God is giving you to possess.
Joshua 4:19
Now the people came up from the Jordan on the tenth day of the first month, and they camped in Gilgal on the east border of Jericho.
The coming date of Adar 7 is our February 25, 2007.
Again, significance? I do not know. We will soon see.
There are then three New Years connected. Rosh Hashanah, Nisan 1, and the Muslim New Year on 1/20/2007.
