What is the Creator’s Jubilee September 2015?

We have discussed the Solar Jubilee and that Jubilee’s connection to the years 1917, 1967 and 2017 in the Solar Jubilee September 2017 article, but have not really addressed the Creator’s Jubilee and its connection to September 2015.

In this article, we will be focusing on the Creator’s Jubilee.  Before getting to deep into this, please view the image below titled, the Two Jubilees for a side by side comparison of these two distinct  jubilees.

6-the-two-jubileesI have made mention of the Creator’s Jubilee in past articles and pages, yet I will be breaking down this special Jubilee in meticulous detail here proving that this Jubilee belongs to the Creator as He is revealing His Appointed Feasts of good things to come.

This is a special, set apart jubilee cycle that still meets the definition of the jubilee in Leviticus 25:8-11. It is this jubilee that is made up of the Creator’s set apart 360-day cycles that is much different from the typical solar year jubilee.

Through my research, I have been able to pick up on certain patterns through this 360-day cycle especially as it pertains to Jerusalem.  If I were to pick out a line from the 25th verse of Daniel chapter nine, it would read as follows, “…to restore and build Yerushalayim until Messiah the Prince is seven week.” My focus here will be on this section of Scripture.  If I were to rephrase this Scripture in my own words, it might read: “With the restoring of Jerusalem on June 7th, 1967 into the hands of the Jewish people, until the Messiah Yahshua is 49 years (seven ‘weeks’).”

This is a bit of a stretch, but I want you to visualize the possibility of a double prophetic fulfillment of Daniel’s Seven weeks that had it’s beginning exactly on June 7, 1967.

What I would like to do now is to identify these 360-day cycles. Using Leviticus 25:8-11 as our standard, I have been able to observe forty nine 360-day cycles beginning on June 7, 1967. Likewise, these same cycles can be divided by seven producing seven sets of 2,520 days. See the following chart, “Creator’s Jubilee.”


Making Sense of the 360-Day Cycles

“Know, then, and understand: from the going forth of the command to restore and build Yerushalayim until Messiah the Prince is seven weeks and sixty-two weeks. It shall be built again, with streets and a trench, but in times of affliction.  Daniel 9:25

One such man who was able to shed some light on the 69th (7 weeks +62 weeks) and 70th week prophecy was Sir Robert Anderson who lived from 1841 to 1918 in London, England.  He worked in the Scotland Yard as a top investigator and was very detailed in analysis and thought. He wrote a book titled, The Coming Prince, where he methodically documented his analysis and knowledge in deciphering this prophecy.

Calculating the dates of the 69 weeks that is made up of the 7 weeks and the 62 weeks is not exactly straightforward and is the reason for the enigmatic nature behind these texts among others. A question I have regarding the division of the weeks is why the separation of the weeks? Why not just “69 weeks?” It is my understanding that this contributes to the enigmatic nature behind the text, but it is actually intentional as you will discover.

In calculating the years of this prophecy, there are two ways to do so that would result in two different answers. One method is by using the solar year of 365.24 days per year and the other involves calculating 360-day cycles.

Using the solar year as a frame of reference, calculating these weeks would result in 483 solar years. Here is the math…

  • (7×7) + (62×7) = (49) + (434) = 483 solar years

The 100 Year Old Book Identifies the 360-Day Cycles!

Calculating the actual years is a bit more complex than just using the solar year. In his book, The Coming Prince, Mr. Robert Anderson defines the 360-day year that is in question and an important consideration in deciphering this prophecy. In the sixth chapter of his book, The Coming Prince, he writes:

“Daniel’s prayer referred to seventy years fulfilled: the prophecy which came in answer to that prayer foretold a period of seven times seventy still to come. But here a question arises which never has received sufficient notice in the consideration of this subject. None will doubt that the era is a period of years; but of what kind of year is it composed? That the Jewish year was lunisolar appears to be reasonably certain. If tradition may be trusted, Abraham preserved in his family the year of 360 days, which he had known in his Chaldean home.   The month dates of the flood (150 days being specified as the interval between the seventeenth day of the second month, and the same day of the seventh month) appear to show that this form of year was the earliest known to our race. Sir Isaac Newton states, that ‘all nations, before the just length of the solar year was known, reckoned months by the course of the moon, and years by the return of winter and summer, spring and autumn; and in making calendars for their festivals, they reckoned thirty days to a lunar month, and twelve lunar months to a year, taking the nearest round numbers, whence came the division of the ecliptic into 360 degrees.’ And in adopting this statement, Sir G. C. Lewis avers that “all credible testimony and all antecedent probability lead to the result that a solar year containing twelve lunar months, determined within certain limits of error, has been generally recognized by the nations adjoining the Mediterranean, from a remote antiquity.”

What Mr. Anderson did was to multiply the years x 360-day cycles in order to find the total amount of days. The 360-day cycle is the time frame used in prophetic dates within the Scriptures. As an example, the book of Revelation 11:3 and 12:6 describes 1,260 days or 42 months that would account for 30 days per months and 360 day/year (30×12). In addition, Genesis 7 & 8 offer clues resulting in 30 days per month as this was the calendar system used in ancient times stretching from Israel, Babylonia, Assyria and Egypt. As a result of incorporating the 360-day cycles, the resulting prophetic calculations would be:

  • 483 solar years x 360-day cycles or = 173,880 days
  • 173,880 days / 365.2422 days/yr. = 476.0677 years or 476 years & 25 days

The result of these calculations show the corrected 476 prophetic solar years compared to 483 solar years, a mere difference of 7 years.

Another way of looking at this is (49 + 434) 360-day cycles or (17,640 days) + (156,240 days) = 173,880 days.

Take Notice of the 17,640 Day!

So, instead of using the solar year of 483 years, Sir Robert Anderson shows why it is necessary to use the prophetic time of 476 years and 25 days for this prophecy. Now that we have the prophetic years, we now need to identify the edict that set this prophecy in motion. It was Sir Robert Anderson who identified the events that lead to the edict being given by Artexerxes as recorded in Nehemiah chapter 2:1, “And it came to pass in the month of Nisan, in the twentieth year of King Artaxerxes,…” The Scripture indicates that it would have been the 20th year rein of Artaxerxes, the prince of Persia that would have been the time period of when this edict was given to Nehemiah in the first month of Nisan.

History identifies Artaxerxes Longimanus as that Persian King who reigned over that kingdom for 40 years from a period of time from 464 to 424 BCE. According to these dates, his 20th year reign would have taken place in 444 BCE or right around that time frame. Mr. Anderson documents this time as 445 BCE, while others such as the Jewish Encyclopedia and other sources place this date at 444 BCE. The verse in question is verse 25,

“Know, then, and understand: from the going forth of the command to restore and build Yerushalayim until Messiah the Prince is seven weeks and sixty-two weeks”

Thus, from the time of the edict from Artexerxes Longimanus, for the purpose of rebuilding and restoring Jerusalem until “Messiah the Prince,” is simply a matter of subtraction. Since there is no actual zero between the common era, we need to subtract 1 from the equation.

Sir Robert Anderson calculated the date, 32 CE. It was 32 CE in the month of Nisan that many pastors identify the time when Yahshua was entering Jerusalem, just before Passover. It was in Jerusalem where the people began to sing, “Hoshiana! Blessed is he…” It would have been this prophetic event of Yahshua entering Jerusalem that would have qualified for the fulfillment of the 69 weeks. Here is the scriptural reference for this:

“On the next day a great crowd who had come to the festival, when they heard that יהושע was coming to Yerushalayim, took the branches of palm trees and went out to meet Him, and were crying out, “Hoshia-na! Blessed is He who is coming in the Name of יהוה, the Sovereign of Yisra’ĕl!” And יהושע, having found a young donkey, sat on it, as it has been written: “Do not fear, daughter of Tsiyon, see, your Sovereign is coming, sitting on the colt of a donkey.” (John 12:12-15)

It would have been the prophecy from Zachariah 9:9 that would have been the fulfillment at that moment further revealing Yahshua as the one spoken by the prophets.

“Rejoice greatly, O daughter of Tsiyon! Shout, O daughter of Yerushalayim! See, your Sovereign is coming to you, He is righteous and endowed with deliverance, humble and riding on a donkey, a colt, the foal of a donkey.”

On a side note, the Hebrew word for Hossana is Hoshiana (Strong’s H3467) and means to be saved or delivered as in being saved from within a battle. It is a desperate cry for help, a last ditch effort to be saved from the only one who can save. The root word for this definition is Yasha and is a verb denoting action as in to be liberated, to be saved, to be deliver, and to give victory and is very close to his Messianic name of Yeshua that means salvation. The other part of the word is na’ (Strong’s H4994) and is used as a desperate prayer. It is this word, Yasha na’, that describes Yahshua/Yeshua as being the only one that can save. It will be at the end of this age when that desperate cry, Hoshia-na, will once again be heard from the Jewish People from around the world at their greatest hour of need.

The common belief within Christianity is that Yahshua was crucified between 28 CE to 34 CE. There are many theories and opinions as to these dates, but there is only one correct answer. It is of the opinion of Sir Robert Anderson that this date was the year 32 CE. If this were the case, then the 7 plus 62 week prophecy would fit perfectly from 445 BCE to 32 CE.

However, I believe for different reasons that this date might be off a year or two. If the edict given was closer to 444 BCE as stated in the Jewish Encyclopedia, then this date would have been 33 CE, and if off by another year, then this date would have been 34 CE.

According to Torah Calendar, this would have been the year that Yahshua was crucified, since that Passover would have fallen on a Wednesday, thus qualifying for the full 3 days and 3 nights and His resurrection on the first of the week between sunset Saturday night and sunrise Sunday morning. In any event, Yahshua fulfilled this prophecy and He is the Messiah spoken of by the prophet Daniel.

What is significant and worth noting is that this 360-day cycle was used in his calculations and resulted in the fulfillment of the 69 week prophecy as noted.  This “360-day cycle” can be observed today, if you know what to look for. This cycle creates certain patterns that can be observed and is the reason why I strongly believe it to be divinely orchestrated by the Creator. It is this 360-day cycle that points to Daniel’s 7 week as a double prophetic fulfillment of Bible prophecy and, it is this 7 weeks or 49 years, that once completed will usher us into the 70th week or final 7 years according to Daniel chapter nine. These are exciting times in which we live, as we are that last generation to witness Bible prophecy coming to pass before our very eyes.

As stated, this 360-day cycle is so compelling and profound that the only logical conclusion is that this 360-day cycle is divinely orchestrated! It is set apart from any other time or even any other calendar system available today. It does not incorporate intercalation, of adding an additional month roughly every three years in order to balance the lunar months to the solar year and it is for this reason that this 360-day cycle is completely independent from the solar year. If we are to have any hope in understanding the timing of these latter day prophecies, then we need to get in tune with the Creator’s frequency! The 360-day cycle is His Frequency!

How Do We Apply the 17,640 Days?

You will notice that these 7 weeks of years (7 x 2,520 days) or (49 x 360-day cycles) would equal 17,640 days and would be the exact amount of days of the Daniel 7 weeks of years as identified by Sir Robert Anderson.  With the starting date of June 7, 1967 as being the re-unification date of Jerusalem and counting out 7 sets of weeks or 7 sets of 2,520 days (17,640 days), we come out to a future date of September 23, 2015 that being the eve of Yom Kippur . In order to check the accuracy of this date, all that would need to be done is to add this information to timeanddate.com and the results would look like so.


Again, the possible combinations are as follows:

49 years x 360 day cycles = 17,640 days

7 years x 2,520 days/ year = 17,640 days

Seven weeks = (7 x 2,520) = 17,640 days

Dividing these days by the solar years would result in the following: 17,640 days / 365.2422 = 48.2967 days or 48 years & 108 days.  Placing 48 years and 108 days into timeanddate.com would result in September 23rd, 2015 as well.  Please view the image on the right.

3 - time and date 9:23:15So, we have proof that this jubilee cycle will land on September 23rd, 2015, but what day will this land on the Creator’s calendar/Jewish calendar? All that would be needed at this point is to go to Torah Calendar and select 2015 and the 7th month. The result will take you to the month of Tishri in 2015. As you will notice, September 23, 2015 will fall on the eve of Yom Kippur, being the 9th day of the 7th month. See the following image from Torah Calendar.

September of 2015Notice where September 23, 2015 falls. This, again, is the exact 7 weeks of Daniel’s 7 week prophecy and meets the definition of Leviticus 25:8-11, that describes seven sets of Sabbath years that would be 49 completed years. It would be at the completion of the 49 years and at the beginning of the 50th year that the shofar would be blown announcing the 50th Year of Jubilee within the 7th lunar month.

This is absolutely profound! Please note that the (forty-nine) 360-day cycles are 49 prophetic years and do not need to be solar years to qualify. Isn’t our Creator, YHVH, incredible! This shows His orderly and precise nature as the Creator and points to His Appointed Feast of Yom Kippur.

The Creator’s Jubilee Announces Daniel’s 70th week!


There is only really only one conclusion that can come from all of this and that would be that the Creator’s Jubilee highlights not only the 7th week as a double prophetic fulfillment of Bible prophecy, but also highlights Daniel’s 70th week that will begin exactly on Yom Kippur 2015.  Just 10 days prior to this, the World will have entered the 6,000th year from creation with the beginning of the 7th Millennium happening on Yom Teruah 6,001.

It is interesting to witness that the Blood Moon Terads of 1967/68 and 2014/15 will play a part in this as they place “quotation marks” around the “Creator’s Jubilee!”