1,335 days is the exact period of time between Yom Teruah to Shavuot.

5.-Daniel-ch12The entire chapter 12 of the Book of Daniel is highly significant to the days we are living in.  The 12th verse describes 1335 days.  Here is the verse…

“Blessed is he who is waiting earnestly, and comes to the one thousand three hundred and thirty-five days.  Daniel 12:12

The 1,335 days is a period of time that equates to roughly 3.7 Hebraic years. If we begin on Yom Teruah of any given year and count out 1,335 days, while incorporating the 13th intercalating month where need be, we will come to the Feast of Shavuot in some years, while not in other years. Again, the Metonic lunar cycle would play into this. By using timeanddate.com and Torah Calendar, we see how the intercalation of the 13th month will effect the 1,335 days from either falling on Shavuot or falling one month behind this feast day. On the Creator’s Calendar, the 1,335 days will either fall on the 5th/6th of the second month or the 5th/6th of the third month. In order for the 1,335 days to land on the feast day of Shavuot, it must fall within the third month of the spiritual year. I have double checked the years from 2014 to 2019 on Torah Calendar to determine possible future fulfillment’s of this prophecy. See the following:

  • YT 9/24/2014 + 1,335 days = Shavuot 5/21/2018 (3rd month)
  • YT 9/14/2015 + 1,335 days = Shavuot 5/11/2019 (3rd month)
  • YT 9/1/2016   + 1,335 days = 4/28/2020 (NOT Shavuot) (2nd month)
  • YT 9/20/2017 + 1,335 days = Shavuot 5/17/2021 (3rd month)
  • YT 9/9/2018   + 1,335 days = 5/6/2022 (NOT Shavuot) (2nd month)
  • YT 8/30/2019 + 1,335 days = 4/26/2023 (NOT Shavuot) (2nd month)

Thus, according to the finding from Torah Calendar, we see that there are only two years that could qualify as the beginning years for the 1335 days as found in Daniel 12:12.  They are the years 2014 and 2017.  These dates also line up with Gavin Finley’s findings on the Metonic Lunar moon cycles.

The 1335 Days of Daniel and 2550 Days highlight the Feast Days!

If we were to focus on the years 2014 and 2017, we find that the 1,335 days is the exact period of time from Yom Teruah to Shavuot in a 3.7 year period of time.  My point is this… the 1,335 days points to the Feast Days!  YHVH’s Feast Days have everything to do with Bible prophecy and its fulfillment. In addition, adding 1,290 days and 1,260 days pointing to Feast Days as well.  Keep in mind that the 1,260, 1,290 and the 1,335 days are the only time frames found in the 12th chapter of Daniel.

If we add the 1,290 + 1,260 they equal 2,550 days.  The 2,550 days only works from Yom Teruah to Yom Kippur in certain seven year periods of time as well according to the Metonic lunar cycle and Torah Calendar as our source, the seven year time periods that work are from from 2014 to 2021 and from 2017 to 2024, but not the other years.  My point is that 2,550 days points to the Feast days as well.  So not only does the 1,335 days point to the Feast Days, but also the 2,550 Days!

(Eve of Yom Teruah) September 24th, 2014 + 2,550 = September 17th, 2021 (Eve of Yom Kippur)

(Eve of Yom Teruah) September 24th, 2014 + 1,335 = May 21st, 2018 (Eve of Shavuot)

According to my findings, It is possible that 9/24/2014 began the 2,550 Days (1,260 + 1,290) countdown till the end, as “he” made a covenant with the many” !  If we assume that Yom Teruah of 2014 (9/24/2014) was the starting date of not only the 2,550 days, but also of the 1,335 days, then this brings us to the future date of (5/21/2018), The Eve of The Feast Day of Shavuot, 2018 EXACTLY!

The Book of Daniel chapter 12 points to the start of the 2,550 days happening either on Yom Teruah 2014 or 2017.

The Book of Daniel chapter 12 points to the start of the 2,550 days happening either on Yom Teruah 2014 or 2017.

Why is Shavuot Significant?

Shavuot or Pentecost as it is known today, was the exact day that the 120 followers of Yahshua were filled with the Ruach (Holy Spirit).  As recorded, this happened on the Festival of Weeks or the Feast of Shavuot.

1And when the Day of the Festival of Weeks had come, they were all with one mind in one place.
2And suddenly there came a sound from the heaven, as of a rushing mighty wind, and it filled all the house where they were sitting.
3And there appeared to them divided tongues, as of fire, and settled on each one of them.
4And they were all filled with the Set-apart Spirit and began to speak with other tongues, as the Spirit gave them to speak. Acts 2:1-4

The Eve of Shavuot & the Rebirth of Israel

Menorah Jewish Feast Days

This image shows the relationship of the Spring and Fall Feast Days to the current time we are living. There will be a number of prophecies that will be fulfilled on these feast days in the near future!

As can be seen from the Menorah image above, the re-birth of Israel happened on the eve of the Feast of Shavuot in 1948.

This future event coincides with the re-birth of Israel in one day, that being May 14, 1948.  This special day happened on the Eve of Shavuot in 1948.  That was a very significant date that fell on the middle Feast Day of Shavuot.  Almost 70 solar years from May 14, 1948 will fall on the future date of May 14th, 2018.  This is one “Shabuwa” or 6 to 7 days before the Eve of Shavuot of 2018 that falls on May 21, 2018.  Will this future date become the fulfillment of this prophecy?  Again, the Feast Days are Appointed Times of these “End Time Events”!

To me, the fact that it falls within the tribulation period of time and the fact that it falls on the Eve of Shavuot 2018 speaks volumes to me.  Thus, I believe it is feasible that the Greatest Movement of YHVH and the outpouring of the Ruach/ Holy Spirit could happen on Shavuot of 2018.  If not an outpouring of the Ruach, then what could this time represent?  Possibly more land for Israel?

As mentioned, Shavuot or Pentecost is when the outpouring of the Ruach happened exactly 7 “shabuwa” + 1 day after the Feast of First Fruits.  In other words, 50 literal days!  What is interesting is that Yahushua ascended into heaven just 10 days prior to Shavuot.  The disciples were told to wait for the gift of the Ruach and they received it exactly 10 days later on Shavuot/ Pentecost.  That is why I believe that this future Shavuot will be a great movement of the Ruach (Holy Spirit).   Blessed is he who waits!  We will see what other blessings are in store for those who put their trust and very lives in the hands of YHVH.

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