Three Solar Eclipses on
Day 2011, 2012, and 2013 Jerusalem
It seems more than coincidental that after having a series of solar eclipses associated with Av 1 for the last three years, we now have a series of solar eclipses associated with the same Jewish calendar day, Iyar 28, for the next three years. These eclipses focus on
JerusalemDay, the day Israelcaptured on June 7th 1967, and correspond to the events starting the last Jubilee count before the return of Christ the King. Jerusalem
Because of discrepancies in the modern Jewish calendar, it can appear that any of these 6 eclipses could be one day off. Allow me to explain; you cannot actually have a solar eclipse on the first day of any Jewish month using the original Biblical method, because the Jewish Calendrical rules state you must wait for the first visible crescent moon at sundown to start the first day of the month. This eliminates the possibility of a solar eclipse ever occurring on the first day of a Jewish month. This is because the moon has already passed the point of conjunction by at least one or two days. From time to time, because the modern Jewish calendar does not adhere to the original Biblical method, a solar eclipse will appear on the first day of the modern Jewish calendar. This happened on July 22nd, 2009 ( Av 1) when the new moon didn’t actually appear until July 23rd. Here are the actual event timings of the three Av 1 eclipses:
#1. Total eclipse: Aug. 1st, 2008 – Tamuz 29 – day before Av 1.
#2. Total eclipse: July 22nd, 2009 – Av 1 – using the modern calendar method.
#3. Total eclipse July 11th, 2010 – Av 2 – day after Av 1, 4 hr. after
Here are the actual event timings of the three Iyar 28 eclipses:
#1. Partial eclipse: June 1st, 2011 - 29th of Iyar – day after
#2. Annular eclipse: May 20th, 2012 - 28th of Iyar –
#3. Annular eclipse: May 9th, 2013 - 29th of Iyar – day after
A solar eclipse seems to give a more accurate measure of time than current calendars when looking for a significant prophetic date. It’s difficult to judge by comparison if this series of eclipses highlighting the 28th of Iyar shows the same unique synchronization we see in the Av 1 eclipse series. Due to the fact that a Jewish calendar day overlaps two Gregorian days leaves us with the question of which day is more significant when attempting to find an accurate prophetic date.
All things considered, the proximity of these eclipses to the date given in Daniel 9 and confirmed by Isaac Newton, gives us ample cause to focus on the timeline starting on June 5th, 1967 and ending on June 5th, 2016. This leads me to be more confident in Isaac Newton’s interpretation of Daniel 9 pinpointing 2016 as the absolute end of tribulation, and the start of God’s kingdom on earth. This is the most convincing prophetic timeline I have seen thus far when compared to the hundreds of subjective and even crack-pot timelines found floating around these days … ybic … Oliver