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 -Day-War. 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.
1937-2006 is 70 years inclusive
120 days from the night of Dec 29, 2006 in the US is...
April 28, 2007 - Saddam's 70th birthday !!
Ten days after Heshvan 27 this shocking realization came while looking at the numbers. Please study the diagram and don't let some of the significances go unnoticed.
Once again there is a timeline tied to a current Day of Noah for 2006 that is keyed off of the same significant dates for the proposed timing of Daniel's 70th Week.
But is this all silliness when there seems to be no significant events tied to the dates for 2006? Was the transit of Mercury for nothing and all of the other coincidences on Heshvan 17? And yet there are more coincidences building a framework with probably many more to be seen. Maybe it is "backwards" and the Rapture comes on the 40th day--Kislev 26 (12/17). "Backwards" being that it begins where it ends. This will be posted tomorrow--Lord willing. (11/28/06)
The background for this finding was that I was looking for 4000 days between significant days of 2006 and 2017. I cannot remember the exact steps that led me to Heshvan 27, 2006 to Heshvan 10, 2017, but it does work to the very day. 4000 being significant to 40 and also 400 (days from Rosh Hashanah 2005 to Heshvan 17, 2006).
Then it was quickly realized that Heshvan 10 is day 1290 as put together in "Signs of the End". Therefore, there are 2710 days prior to the middle of the week. That Heshvan 27 to Heshvan 10 matches this when put together is remarkable. Also 2017 and 2710 is interesting in itself.
But some will say, "it is backwards" since Heshvan 10 is the beginning day in the Flood account which then leads to the final day--Heshvan 27. But this is what is intriguing.
In the book it was discovered how Heshvan 17, 2006 to Kislev 1, 2010 to Kislev 26, 2017 correlates to the 40 days and 40 nights of rain, pinpointing the beginning of Daniels 70th week. But now the other dates of Heshvan (the 10th & 27th) when placed backwards, point to the middle of the 70th week to capture the full picture. The key is Daniel's 1290 days.
On the other side, there is also the fact that 40 x 365 equals the days from June 7, 1967 to Pentecost 2007. As diagrammed, from Pentecost 2007 to the midpoint of the 70th week (Firstfruits) as worked out in "Signs of the End", happens to be 2520 days, with of course 1260 days to go until Yom Kippur 2017 or 1335 days to Kislev 26, 2017. However, also notice that Pentecost is prior to Firstfruits in this time sequence--reversed again.
So does the 40th day from Heshvan 17 (11/8) mark the actual beginning? At least we know it must be close, just do not fall asleep in the meantime.
This 40th day (Kislev 26) is the third day from Kislev 24 and it is also a Sunday. Will the "Temple" be raised on this day? From Kislev 26, 2006 (12/17) to Kislev 26, 2017 (12/14) is 4015 days or 11 Enoch years (365) exactly.
I have been hard pressed for time, but a gentleman shared something with me that was astounding. Hopefully this is not a repeat of something else shared.
--From 518 BC to 1967 is 2,520 years of 360 days (as also seen by Grant Jeffrey, Chuck Missler, and Hal Lindsey).
--From June 7, 1967 to November 8, 2006 (Heshvan 17) is 40 years of 360 days exactly (14,400 days). For consistency 360 days were used.
--The Noahic Correlation (Heshvan 17, 2006--Kislev 1, 2010--Kislev 26, 2017) then demonstrates 4 solar years until the start point of Daniel's 70th Week in 2010 with the extra 75 days.
--From June 7, 1967 to Pentecost 2007 (May 27) is 40 years of 365 days (the Enoch Year). This is 14,600 days or 200 (5 x 40) days over 14,400.
--From November 8, 2006 to the beginning of Firstfruits is 150 days like the account of the Flood. However, here it is Nisan 20 and not Nisan 17. (What is interesting is that Nisan 20 (4/20) of 2014 is 7 years later and the proposed mid-trib dividing point.) Then 50 more days is Pentecost 2007 completing the 200 day span--Heshvan 17 to Pentecost.
--Counting the days after Pentecost until Nisan 20, 2014, one will find 2,520 days. This is another 7 year period of the shorter variety of 360 days. This could be the minimum time to burn the weapons of Ezekiel.
Conclusion at this point
I believe the war this summer highlighted key days and timing. This goes the same with Rosh Hashanah and Heshvan 10 and 17 as markers from 1967 and 1973. This then would go for a number of dates up to and including Pentecost 2007--a range of possibilities. In the book there is also the timing of the 17th of Tammuz 2007 from May 14, 1948.
Dates to watch for: Kislev 24, Hanukkah (especially Kislev 26), Purim, Firstfruits, Ascension Day, Pentecost.
Again, if the war in Ezekiel must finish 7 years before 2014 and the Rapture occurs beforehand, time is running out fast. The picture may get clearer come Kislev 24 (12/15). Grant Jeffrey, citing Haggai 2, believes this may be the time of Gog and Magog. Kislev 26 also fits the parallel of the Yom Kippur War in the diagrams. They are also the last possible days for 2006. (11/24/06, 11/27/06)