Tony Ellsworth (26 June 2016)
"17TH of Tammuz - What if???"


17TH of Tammuz - What if???

The 17th of Tammuz is a day that lives in infamy in Jewish history.  Many tragedies are said to have happened on this day, but it is most well-known for Moses’ breaking of the Ten Commandments.  He did this in response to the Israelites worshipping the golden calf. But, what if?  What if the Israelites had been faithfully waiting for Moses to bring them the marriage covenant?  This then would not be a day of tragedy, but a marriage anniversary celebration between YHWH and his bride.  So is Tammuz 17 a potential rapture date?  I would propose to you that it certainly is a watch date and an ‘hour which you think not.’

The end time’s nation that was founded on God, was established on the 17th of Tammuz, July 4th 1776.  Also, the Roswell event included July 5th 1947 which was Tammuz 17.  Apollo 8 declared the glory of God by circling the moon and reading Genesis 1:1-10 to the world.  Apollo 11 landed on the moon and Neil Armstrong proclaimed “One step for man, one giant leap for mankind.”  This statement made no mention of God, but instead was man’s declaration of his own godhood and alliance with the Nephilim (giant).  Apollo 11 then returned to earth and splashed down in the Pacific Ocean on the 9thof Av   (where the ring of fire is and where the moon, the bride of the earth was taken from its husband’s side).  The 9th of Av is known as the other tragic day in Jewish history where the spies gave a false report of the Promised Land where giants dwelt.  Fifty years later, on July 20th 2019 we land on the 17th of Tammuz.  This month is marked as a ‘black moon’ month where it opens and closes with new moons, the first of which is a solar eclipse.  This will be the false jubilee of man and Nephilim and where the anti-christ will fulfill what began in 1969 in declaring himself to be god.  Keep in mind too, that Apollo 11 left a declaration of peace on the moon – “Here men from the planet earth first set foot on the moon, July 1969 A.D., We came in peace for all mankind.” A biblical year is 2520 days.  Neil Armstrong died on August 25th 2012.  If you add 2520 days, or seven biblical years you land on July 20th 2019, the 17th of Tammuz which is marked by a black moon month and a solar eclipse.  This solar eclipse occurs over the Pacific Ocean.

On July 22, 2009 forty years after Apollo 11 left the moons orbit (point of no return after man’s declaration of himself as god) the longest solar eclipse of the 21st century occurred.  The eclipse was over the Pacific Ocean where Apollo 11 landed.  Forty is used as a period of testing or judgement.  Seven years later Saturday July 23rd will be Tammuz 17 this summer. 

July 4th 1776 – 17th of Tammuz = Declaration of Independence of U.S.

July 5th 1947 -17th of Tammuz = Roswell

July 24th 1969 – 9th of Av = splashdown of Apollo 11 in the Pacific Ocean

July 22nd 2009 – Longest solar eclipse in 21st century over Pacific Ocean 40 years after Apollo 11 departed moon’s orbit

July 23rd 2016 – day after a complete seven years ends post longest solar eclipse of 21st century is 17th of Tammuz

July 20th 2019 – 17th of Tammuz.  2520 days, or 7 biblical years after Neil Armstrong dies.  Man who declared man’s godhood, alliance with Nephilim and peace treaty placed on the moon.  July is a black moon month, the opposite of a blue moon month where a two new moons occur.  The first new moon is another solar eclipse over the Pacific Ocean.  This will be when the anti-christ will declare himself to be god.  The mingling of the seed of man and demons will take place as foretold by Daniel.  Not to fear, the stone carved without human hands, the moon, will be returned to its rightful place and crush the antichrist system. 


Tony Els