Clay Cantrell (26 Apr 2015)
"Harpazo & 518: Enoch and the 153 fish"


Here is where the actual last days Catching Away is in the Bible:

1 Thessalonians 4:17
" Then we which are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air: and so shall we ever be with the Lord."

Harpazo is the greek word for "caught up" with an in-text value of:


518 = 37 x 14

That tells you something right off. 37 is the divine number used in the Lord's own name of 2368 which is:

Jesus (888) which is 37 x 24

Christ (1480) which is 37 x 40

888 + 1480 = 2368

37 is the base prime for the High Priest's Breastpiece of 3700.

37 is one of the base primes for Genesis 1:1 (2701 = 37 x 73)

yes, 37 is in many Bible words, but it is notable that it is in this passage.


The thing, though, that is the most notable to me about the 518 number is this little bit of addition:

365 + 153 = 518

There's some theology in that equation.

365 is how old Enoch was when he was "taken". Enoch appears to be the forerunner "type" of the Catching Away in Genesis 5.

153 is the famous number of "mega" fish that were counted after they were taken out of the sea in John 21:11. It is my understanding that "fish out of the sea" is a reference to gentiles.

I have written several times over the years that I thought that the 153 fish miracle is the Catching Away of the gentile believers, of which most of the Church is made up. I have also speculated that these fish represent a leadership group, due to the specific mention of their size, and the specific number.

You might remember that Paul wrote in Romans 11:25 that Israel was partially blinded until the "fullness of the Gentiles comes in".

The implication is that a specific number of Gentiles would be saved.

365 + 153 = 518.

Jesus is Lord.