According to Lewis Brackett's letter from 18th of August last year,We now live in the Hebrew Year 6010 !
Lewis Brackett (18 Aug 2009)
"Its the Hebrew year 6009"
An excerpt contributed by Lewis Brackett
The Pharisees were looking for a hero, conquering Messiah, a charismatic military leader to free them from Roman rule. Along came such a man named Bar Kokhba, in A.D. 132, who would revolt against Emperor Hadrian. However, after 3.5 years the Romans eliminated the rebellion killing nearly 1 million Jews.
They deliberately rewrote history to their own liking!
When Bar Kokhba's was presented as the Messiah by Rabbi Akiba, at the beginning of his revolt it was A.D. 132 - about 4131 years from Adam. After A.D. 135 the scribes of the Seder HaDoroth changed the date back to 3892 - thus the 240 year difference which continues today.
To discredit the tale of Yeshua the Messiah they needed Bar Kokhba to appear to fulfill the 70th week of Daniel's prophecy. They claimed that the 3.5 years between A.D. 132 and A.D. 135 were the last 3.5 years of the 70 weeks of years (490 years).
But they made another mistake...
When they changed the date they ended up changing the beginning of the 70 week prophecy from 445 B.C. to around 356 B.C. The prophecy began with the decree to start rebuilding Jerusalem - which was fulfilled in 445 B.C. by King Artaxerxes officially giving Nehemiah orders to start reconstruction. The historical records during the time between Nehemiah and Alexander the Great are considered to be the least supplied by the scribes. Their new beginning date of 70 weeks is hidden in a historical fog. Rabbis today admit the error, but they do not press for official correction.
The correct Hebrew Calendar says it is now 6009!
Messiah first manifested exactly 4000 years after Adam. What are you willing to wager that He will manifest again exactly 6000 years after Adam? Both arrivals were prophesied, in both cases the religious experts did not and do not recognize the times. There were only 6 days of work for the Creator to accomplish, then came a day of rest.