My “Aha” Moment!

My Aha moment happened on August 19th, 2014.

While writing my original book, I got stuck on the 1290, 1260 and 1335 days!  While searching on the internet, I discovered a website that I had visited once before, but didn’t have the revelation.  However, this time everything started coming into focus.  With this last bit of information, I was able to place the prophetic pieces of the puzzle together with the exact timeline of the final seven years. This revelation came from the Most High as He rewards those who diligently search for knowledge and truth.

I give much credit to Gavin Finley and his knowledge for helping me put this together.  Once I had the correct information, I could easily calculate that Yom Teruah 2014 would begin the final 7 years (2,550 days) of man’s rule on Earth.  See the three Images below that gave me my “Aha” moment….

Gavin-86 moons

Notice the graph above.  Do you see how Mr. Finley highlights the period of time starting Rosh Hashanah/ Yom Teruah 2014 in yellow?  According to his remarkable research, Mr. Finley was able to determine that only certain years could qualify for the future return of the Messiah because of the Metonic Lunar Moon cycle of 86 moons versus 87 moons over a 2,550 day (1260+1290) period of time.  The reason for this has to do with the cycle of adding the 13th month in years 3, 6, 8, 11, 14, 17 and 19 in order to balance out the seasons with the solar year.  This is the same system used in the Jewish calendar and the 19 year cycle repeats every 19 years with the last cycle that started October 1997.  Both Metonic cycles used by Mr. Finley and the Jewish Calendar started at the same time, so we know that this cycle is right on.  The 2,550 days is as a result of adding the 1260 and 1290 days found in the Book of Daniel chapter 12.  See my graph that identifies the three time periods in Daniel chapter 12 and how they tie exactly into the feast days of Yom Teruah, Yom Kippur and Shavuot.

Notice that from the years 2013 to 2021, there are only 3 years that would qualify for the fulfillment of the 2,550 days that being fulfilled on Yom Kippur seven years in the future.  Those start years would be 2014, 2017 and 2019 and would qualify for the 86 moons.  Thus, years 2013, 2015, 2016, 2018, 2020 and 2021 would not qualify for the start of the 2,550 days because the ending dates do not fall on Yom Kippur as there would be 87 moons.  The difference of the 86 moons and the 87 moons is as a result of intercalation of adding a leap month or additional month in order to balance the seasons with the soar year.

 

Gavin-2550 days

The graph above is another graph by Gavin Finley showing the different ways of looking at the 2,550 days from Tishri 1 (Yom Teruah) to Tishri 10 (Yom Kippur).  Notice 86 moons +10 days; 2520 days +30 days; 1260 + 1260 + 30 days; 1260 + 1290 days; 7 Biblical years + 30 days.  It is not coincidental that these prophetic times fit so well between the feast days.  The feast days are there as “seasons” or more precisely as His Appointed Times or Appointed Feasts (mow’ed).

In addition to what has been presented here, The 2,550 day cycles starting in 2014 and 2017 line up with Torah Calendar exactly.  This works as a double confirmation.  When you account for the 1335 days along with the 2550 days, it acts as a triple confirmation that points to the start of the 2550 days beginning in 2014 especially when you account for the two divine confirmations that confirm Tabernacles and Yom Kippur 2021.  See Mr. Finley’s image below that identifies 2014 to 2021 as a potential of the final 2,550 years of man’s rule with the potential of the Return of Yahshua.

Gavin-86moonss

This Revelation allowed me to go back and have a much fuller understanding and has enhanced and corrected some unclear ideas within my own work. This revelation completes the puzzle as it should for you as well.