Daniel Matson - November 18, 2010
There have been a number of Earthquakes this year that started to get attention. On the diagram below, the earthquakes that have prompted curiosity are shown with their relation to other quakes and important days. It would seem there are definite patterns that may prove prophetic of this coming Hanukkah season.
The first two big earthquakes this year were the Haiti and Chile quakes. It was later found that 40 weeks from both quakes led to interesting days on the calendar–Heshvan 10 and Kislev 26 in 2010. In the timelines developed in the book these days correspond to Day 1290 and Day 1335 in 2017. And with location names like Port-au-PRINCE and CONCEPCÍON this was also curious since 40 weeks is the period of human gestation. We have passed Heshvan 10 and on that day there was the largest solar magnetic filament ever seen along with Comet Hartley passing the star Capella 120 days after Comet McNaught did the exact same thing. So what might happen on Kislev 26 (December 2)?
Maybe the most interesting aspect to these two days in 2010 is that they are 7 Hebrew years before days 1290 and 1335 spoken of in Daniel. And remember it was 7 Hebrew years prior to Heshvan 10 this year that x-class solar flares were seen that if they had been directed at earth, life on the surface of the earth would have been destroyed.
But there were other notable earthquakes this year. At the close of Firstfruits ("Easter"), there was the earthquake in Baja California. Then there was the earthquake in Christchurch, New Zealand. Amazingly it was 153 days from quake to quake. This was so since 153 is the specific number of fishes found in John 21:11. This number has baffled many for centuries, but we have these curious quakes spaced at such a distance. And let’s not forget that not one person perished in the Christchurch quake.
Considering the Christchurch quake in relation to Port-au-Prince and Concepcíon, it was found that Christchurch came 234 days after Port-au-Prince. This has been another curious number due to the story of Vincent Tan and his possible angel encounter. This is also more curious since the United States has now completed 234 years since 1776. But the other thing is that 234 days from Concepcíon led to the familiar date of Heshvan 10, 2010. This day was also 40 weeks from the Port-au-Prince quake.
With the adjustment of Day 1290 being the end of the 70th Week instead of Day 1260, then 2,520 days back from Heshvan 10, 2017 would lead back to December 7, 2010. This counts both start and end days. Going back 120 days from December 7, 2010 will result in August 10, which is the day before Elul 1. August 10 is also the day that was previously calculated as being 2,007 360-day years from Pentecost AD 32. On August 10 there was a 7.5 earthquake near Vanuatu. Vanuatu also had a previous 7.2 quake on May 27, 2010 or 74 days earlier. This is amazing since 120 times phi (0.618) equals 74. So there was a phi ratio here to December 7, 2010.
Then what about those 153 days from the Firstfruits quake to Christchurch? If we take those days times phi the result is 95 days. It just so happens that 95 days is the time from Christchurch’s quake until the close of December 7, 2010. So, four earthquakes narrow in on December 7, 2010, which is also 2,520 days ahead of the close of the 70th Week as proposed here.
There is also one last earthquake on the diagram that occurred in Indonesia at Sumatra (where the December 24, 2004 quake occurred) on October 25, 2010. That day was Heshvan 17 and the anniversary day of the Flood. It was the day that began the 40 days and 40 nights of rain. Day 40 from this quake is then December 3, 2010 and the same day that 40 weeks concludes from the Port-au-Prince quake. But it is also 44 days to December 7th. Likewise, it had also been 44 360-day years to 2010’s days of Noah from the capturing of Jerusalem in the Six-Day-War in 1967.