John and Doves,
My final conclusion on the timing of two witnesses' resurrection.
Revelation 11:11 And after three days and an half the Spirit of life from God entered into them, and they stood upon their feet; and great fear fell upon them which saw them. 12 And they heard a great voice from heaven saying unto them, Come up hither. And they ascended up to heaven in a cloud; and their enemies beheld them.
Few years ago, while I was pondering on the meaning of three days and an half, a thought came to me "Think Tabernacle!!". Immediately I understood the three and half day. Tabernacle is a 7 days feast. 3.5 days points to the middle of the feast. 7 days divided by 2 = 3.5 days. Jerusalem sunset always occurs around 6 pm during feast of tabernacle.
Day 1 sunset 6 pm Tishri 14 ------ sunset 6 pm Tishri 15
Day 2 sunset 6 pm Tishri 15 ------- sunset 6 pm Tishri 16
Day 3 sunset 6 pm Tishri 16 ------- sunset 6 pm Tishri 17
Half day sunset 6 pm Tishri 17 -------- 6 am Tishri 18
The two witness shall be resurrected in the morning of Tishri 18, around 6 am.
When God gives a prophecy and an event, he hardly uses half day. Examples are 1260 days, 1290 days, 1335 days, and 2300 days. There is no half day in this prophetic events. When he uses 3.5 days in Revelation 11:11 which relates to the resurrection of the two witnesses, he must have a special purpose, and in this case, he wants us to know that two witnesses' resurrection shall take place in the middle of feast of tabernacle which is a 7 days feast.
There is another feast which lasts 7 days. It is Unleavened Bread. But "my thought" told me to think tabernacle, not UB. Also, when we count 1260 days backward from tabernacle, we always come to Passover. It's Jewish tradition that their Elijah will appear during their Passover. Many Christians think Elijah is one of the two witnesses.
Based on my experience with "my thought" which I believe it was Holy Spirit speaking to me, and told me to think tabernacle, it is my final conclusion that the two witnesses shall be killed on the eve of Tabernacle, and are resurrected in the middle of Tabernacle which is the morning of Tishri 18.