I found your website this week and I was reading your article about the possibility of the Rapture being May 24, 2011. Interestingly enough, I have been wondering if the Rapture might occur on Lag B Omer (though I would not venture to guess what year). I don’t know much about the jewish feast days or observances, only that Jesus will most likely fulfill the Fall Feasts when He returns. Wanting to learn more about when the feast days would occur this year, I googled “jewish holidays calendar”…this was a few months ago. I came across this website (floridajewish.com) and I saw a disclaimer at the bottom of each calendar that said the following:
· All Jewish holidays begin at sundown on the evening before the date shown.
· It is traditional that no marriages or simcha events are held between Passover and Shavout except on Lag B’ Omer. The same prohibition exists three weeks prior to Tisha B’ Av.
I thought this was very interesting, but just filed it away. After reading your comments today, it made me wonder again.
The problem though is that Lag B Omer is on 5/22/11 (Sunday), and not the 24th. So that doesn’t fit with your observations.
Not sure what all this means, but I think it is good to share anyway.
Have a Bless Day!
Thanks for input, Kelly.
Welcome to the Doves!