Michael Colunga (15 Dec 2010)
"RE: Something to consider when counting back from Yeshua's return"

Hello, John and Doves,
There are three things to say.
First of all, the Jewish calendar is designed to stay true (by sundried means) to the
sidereal year--given that this happens over a cycle of years.
Secondly, the Jewish prophetic year, as I understand it, is still exactly 360 days
long, regardless of how the counting of prophetic years line up with any sidereal year.
Last of all, the counts in Daniel are probably referring to a combination of prophetic
and actual Jewish years, particularly in reference to the fall feasts in the seventh year
of the seventieth week.  Don't forget that the very important months of Av and Elul
precede the first month of the new year.
In HaShem,
Mike C.
Douglas Henney (14 Dec 2010)
"Something to consider when counting back from Yeshua's return."

Something I thought of today and I want to put it "on the table". Perhaps this will be a catalyst for some insight as to when the rapture event may take place.

When I was doing counts prior, I did not allow for an Adar II to be added at the end of a given year so that the feasts would stay in alignment with the agricultural cycles. I seems to me that during a seven year period of time that at least one Adar II would be added.

This would essentially bump an anticipated rapture event forward at least one set of 30 or so days in that the added Adar II would be included within the 2520 days.

Any thoughts?

Still watching,