The Yom Kippur / Six-Day War ParallelJanuary 17. 2017 - Daniel W. MatsonIt has been awhile since there has been an update. Available time has been directed toward formatting and writing a new book that is tentatively titled as, Our Handwriting on the Wall, Israel. It will take the discoveries in Signs of the End and work in the many discoveries posted on this web site in one cohesive train of thought.On November 10, 2012, four Israeli Defense Forces were wounded by a rocket fired from Gaza and the violence quickly escalated into Operation Pillar of Cloud. The last major conflict with Gaza was Operation Cast Lead at about 1,400 days prior to this time. Operation Cast Lead began on December 27, 2008, which was exactly 900 days since July 12, 2006 and the day that began the Israeli-Lebanon War. On November 17, 2012, Operation Pillar of Cloud was 1,400 days from the the start of Operation Cast Lead and 700 days from the start of the Arab Spring (December 17, 2010 or also Tevet 10). However, November 10, 2010 was not a direct day count hit and off by seven days. However, there is more here than meets the eye.As has been discovered here, July 12, 2006 and the start of that war was 14,280 days from June 7, 1967 and Israel regaining control of Jerusalem. This was 120 days short of 120 x 120 days from June 7, 1967 that ended on the anniversary day of the Flood that began on Heshvan 17. For those who are aware of the numbers of the Flood, this seemed highly significant (see diagram below if confusion begins to set in).It was then later determined that an additional 12 x 120 days from that Flood day of 2006 would land on Heshvan 10, 2010. Heshvan 10 was also a Flood anniversary day when Noah was shut in the Ark seven days before the Flood occurred. Nothing historically significant occurred on these Flood days in 2006 and 2010, but one thing did an additional 12 x 12 days later on March 11, 2011. That day was the day of the tsunami in Japan that had one of the strongest earthquakes in recorded history (fifth strongest).This timeline then was hinged off of the date of June 7, 1967. What happens if we use the same template of times, but hinge them off of 1973’s Yom Kippur War on October 6? The preliminary findings suggest this may be an important find.As has been said, 14,280 days after June 7, 1967 was the Israeli-Lebanon War’s beginning day. If we start a 14,280 day count from October 6, 1973, the resulting day is... November 10, 2012 and the day that began the war of Operation Pillar of Cloud. Is that coincidence? It is also most interesting that on the next day, Israel fired its first shot into Syria since none other than the Yom Kippur War! So the wars of 2006 and 2012 are equally spaced from the wars of 1967 and 1973 respectively–to the very day.Being curious, what then happens if we then advance 14,400 + 1,440 + 144 days from the start of the Yom Kippur War? From June 7, 1967 this led to the day of the disastrous tsunami in Japan. From October 6, 1973 that equivalent time will come to July 10, 2017 and the day before the 17th of Tammuz. July 12, 2006 and the start of the Lebanon-Israeli War was also the day before the 17th of Tammuz. What does that mean? That is yet to be determined, but it does seem to suggest that it is a day to keep in mind. These two parallels then begin and end at exactly 11 Hebrew years apart. Coincidence? That would also seem unlikely.This then leaves some interior dates that bear watching. Back in 2006 within the 120 day period, the Feast of Trumpets fell at the exact golden proportion (day 74 from the start of the 120). From October 6, 1973, that equivalent date is January 22, 2013. This date is slated to have elections for the 19th Knesset in Israel. It is also the 40th anniversary of Roe vs. Wade in the USA. This is interesting since the period of 14,400 days that first started this finding nearly eleven years ago is the product of 40 360-day years.This then may also be interesting in that the equivalent of 14,400 + 1,440 +144 days is 44.4 360-day years. The Declaration of Independence was declared on July 4, 1776, which was the 17th of Tammuz. That time was 4 x 444 years from the birth of our Lord and the birth of our Lord was 444 years from the Decree of Artaxerxes Longimanus in 445 BC that started Daniel’s prophecy of 70 weeks. Again, this leaves us with interesting days to watch as the Day draws close.