I noticed something about the last conjunction day of the new moon as of 10-7-2010. Since it took place after sundown in Israel that would move the Rosh Chodesh forward one day. I do not mean sighting from Jerusalem a day later. That means the days converge for a Yom Kippur according to one calendar for month seven and Cheshvan 10 for month eight as of 10-17 to 18, 2010. Are we in the earlier or the later? One is a set apart day while one is a routine day. Both have themes of covering and door and preparation. When each ends the day goes to day 11, from Tishri 10 or Cheshvan 10. Can we also see 1111? Working upon calendar dates provided by Bruce Warner, there will be 2540 days from 10-17-2010, Tishri 10 or Cheshvan 10, until 9-30-2017. If you subtract ten days more we are at 2530 at 10-27-2010. Would this not end at The Feast of Trumpets in 2017? Subtract ten days more to 2520 and we are at 11-6 to 7 in 2010. That is just before the date some believe the 70th Week of Daniel must begin in order for 2520 days to be complete before His Second Coming. Curiously from 10-17 or 18 to 11-7 or 8 is twenty one days exactly. Do we remember the delay in The Book of Daniel? Was it 21 days exactly? Might this be a delay from The Day of The Blessed Hope until the start of the 70th Week of Daniel begins? Perhaps the additional thirty days to complete the 2550 will be added after His Second Coming as of the date of Yom Kippur in 2017? The Blessed Hope can be in between now and the date of 11-7 or 8 in order to accomplish the full day count of 2520 between now and Yom Kippur in 2017. If it is 10-17 or 18, we go from a revised calendar Yom Kippur 2010 to Yom Kippur in 2017, on which date the year of Jubilee must be declared. We may be here at least until the revised Yom Kippur date, 10-17 to 18, for a full last Sabbatical cycle of a full seven years, from Yom Kippurs to Yom Kippurs, to begin.This final cycle, complete to the day, may be much more momentous than we realize. May we daily WATCH for The Beloved to arrive for the Separation and the Transformation!
With Love and Shalom,