The 6 Years of Tribulation Begins SEPTEMBER 2015!

After giving this some thought for the past 3 months, it has become clear to me that the tribulation may well begin anywhere from this coming eve of Yom Teruah (the Shmitah Release Day 9/14/2015) to Tabernacles of 2015 (9/28/2015) and will last 6 years until all is complete!  This is based upon my theory known as the Richardson Theory.  This would mean that the 6 years of tribulation will not be a 7 year period of time as previously thought and assumed by many Christians worldwide, including myself.  Keep in mind that this is my theory based upon some incredible patterns that I will be summarizing in this post.  Ultimately, time and providence will be the judge as to what is laid out in this article and as such events may or may not come to pass as described!

If the Divine Confirmation chart and the Richardson Theory is correct, as I believe it to be so, then the only other conclusion would be that the tribulation must begin this up and coming September/Tishri 2015.  This theory actually makes more sense than a full 7 years.  Please allow me to explain!

6 years of Tribulation, not 7 Years!

First and foremost, 9/24/2014 ( the eve of Yom Teruah) was a key date.  As you may recall, it was on this date that “he” confirmed a covenant with the many.  The 2,550 days is significant because it point to the eve of Yom Kippur 2021, exactly to that very day as well as June 7th, 1967 pointing to the eve of Tabernacles 2021!  See the Divine Confirmations graph below.

Divine Confirmations of June 7, 1967 and September 24, 2014 that point to Yom Kippur 2021 and Tabernacles 2021!

This is a double Divine Confirmation of two highly significant start dates.  June 7th, 1967 was the exact day when Israel reclaimed Jerusalem and September 24th, 2014 was the day when “he” made a covenant with the many per Daniel 9:27. These two dates point to two other highly significant dates of Yom Kippur 2021 & Tabernacles 2021!  The math is simple: 9-24-14 + 2,550 days = Yom Kippur 2021 & 6-7-67 + 19,830 days = Tabernacles 2021!

Take notice that the final 2,550 days fall precisely between the eve of Yom Teruah 2014 to Yom Kippur 2021 and represent a 7 year period of time.

The 2,550 day period of time is not some made up number, but it’s rather the addition of the 1260 days + 1290 days found in the 12th chapter of the Book of Daniel.  It is the three time periods found in this chapter that point to the Feast Days.  See the graph below titled, Daniel Chapter 12.

Daniel Chapter 12 1260 days, 1290 days, 1335 days point to YomTeruah, Yom Kippur and Shavuot.As can be seen, 2,550 days is the exact amount of days from Tishri 1 to Tishri 10 those dates being the beginning of the fall feast days of Yom Teruah and Yom Kippur respectively.  Be sure to view the Hebraic civil calendar image to see how these two feasts are related to the 7th lunar month of Tishri.  In addition, there are other ways of stating and breaking down these 2,550 prophetic days.  Other ways of saying 2,550 days would be…

  • 86 moons + 10 days
  • 7 Biblical years + 30 days
  • 2,520 days + 30 days
  • 1,260 + 1,290
  • 1,260 + 1,260 + 30 days
  • (7 x 360 days) + 30 days

View Mr. Finley’s image, the Fall Feast of Israel for this revelation.

With that said, these feasts do not always line up with the  2,550 prophetic days.  In other words, about 75% of the time, the amount of days between Yom Teruah to Yom Kippur ends up being 2,579 days or 2580 days and would not qualify for the 2,550 prophetic days.  Hence, only about 25% of the time, certain 7 year cycles would line up.

The reason for this has to do with the Metonic Lunar moon cycle of 86 moons or 87 moons over a 7 year period of time.  By the way, it is the Jewish calendar that incorporates the Metonic lunar moon cycle.  It is basically a repeated series of moon cycles over a 19 solar year period of time.  The cycle is 3, 6, 8, 11, 14, 17 and 19 according to Wikipedia and Gavin Finley who has done a remarkable job in laying this information out on his website.  I have included the image from his site that I think best describes the difference between the 86 moons and the 87 moons and how it confirms starting years in order for Bible prophecy to be fulfilled.  This following chart showing the 13th month over a 7 year cycle is particularly important!  See image below…

Metonic lunar moon cycle from 2014 to 2021 with 86 moons

As you will notice, the Metonic Lunar moon cycle confirms just three 7 year periods of time that have 86 moons for the fulfillment of Bible prophecy from a period of time from 2012 to 2021.  Those potential years would be…

  • 2014 to 2021
  • 2017 to 2024
  • 2019 to 2026

Likewise the 7 year periods of time that have 87 moons Would Not fulfill Bible prophecy would be…

  • 2015 to 2022
  • 2016 to 2023
  • 2018 to 2025
  • 2020 to 2027
  • 2021 to 2028

These three periods of time all have one thing in common and that has to do with the 86 moons versus the more common 87 moons.  According to Mr. Finley, it will be on one of these three periods of time that would satisfy the requirements for the 70th week of Daniel.  This of course is an assumption and based upon my research would not begin the 70th week of Daniel, but rather would satisfy the requirements for the start of the 2,550 days.  I will reveal to you the reason for this a little later on in this article.

These dates are also verified by Torah Calendar.  The verified dates are…

  • YT (9/24/2014) +2,550 days = YK (9/17/2021)
  • YT (9/20/2017) +2,550 days = YK (9/13/2024)
  • YT (9/17/2020) +2,550 days = YK (9/19/2029)

Notice the dates is common.  They are…

  • YT (9/24/2014) +2,550 days = YK (9/17/2021)
  • YT (9/20/2017) +2,550 days = YK (9/13/2024)

Thus the two significant start dates of the final 2,550 days would be the eve of Yom Teruah 2014 or 2017.  When you incorporate the 1,335 days into the mix, again, certain years will qualify and certain years would not qualify as verified on Torah Calendar.  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)

As you will notice, the common bond is the start dates of 2014 and 2017.  See the following image that confirms this.

start of 2550 days either on Yom Teruah 2014 or 2017. The 2550 days equals 1260 days plus 1290 days.

The Book of Daniel chapter 12 points to the start of the 2,550 days happening on Yom Teruah and completing on Yom Kippur and Shavuot.  Within the next 6 years, there are two years that point to a possible start of the final 2,550 days– 2014 or 2017.

When you incorporate the two Divine Confirmation dates as shown below, the only logical conclusion for the start of the 1,335 days would be the eve of Yom Teruah 2014, as the start of the 1,335 days in 2017 would place Shavuot past 2021 and thus would go beyond the Divine Confirmations.


Confirmation of Yom Kippur 2021 & Tabernacles of 2021

This is the double confirmation graph showing the confirmations of the two highly significant dates of June 7th, 1967 and September 24th, 2014 as can be viewed on the Divine Confirmation graph. These two dates point to two other highly significant dates of Yom Kippur of 2021 & Tabernacles of 2021!  Both dates are confirmed through as well as Torah Calendar.

Another unique feature about the eve of Yom Teruah 2014 is that the rebirth of Israel that happened on the eve of Shavuot 1948.  Israel will be celebrating its 70th year as a Nation on Shavuot 2018.  As you might have guessed it, 1335 days from Yom Teruah 2014 takes place on  Shavuot 2018.

There are simply to many amazing connections with all of this to simply say these are coincidences.  Nothing is by coincidence when it comes to the Creator’s Appointed Feasts especially when you take in account the mid-tribulation sign of 2017!

The Divine Order of His Second Coming (7 x 7)

Because YHVH is an Elohim of Divine Order and Purpose, and sits outside of time, we then can be confident that He will return at his Appointed Feasts.

What has been Revealed is that His Theoretical Return Will BEGIN….

  1.   The 7th Millennium (6,001st year beginning on Yom Teruah 2016)(Lev. 25:9-10)
  2.   The 7th Millennial Year
  3.   The 7th Year of Tribulation
  4.   The 7th Month of Tishri
  5.   The 7th “Day” as in 7th Day Prophetically (Daniel 9:24-27)
  6.   The 7th Feast Day of Tabernacles ( The 6th Feast of Yom Kippur points to the 7th Feast of Tabernacles)
  7.   And finally,  SHMITAH # 7 of 49 of the 121st Jubilee.  Amazing!

There is so much that can be elaborated on this subject; however, do to time and understanding, I need to keep this simple.  As you can see, this is why I have stated that September 2015 must announce the start of the 6 years of Tribulation, because beyond September/Tishri of this year, these correlations and patterns simply do not work.  It simply does not make sense that Yahshua will return at the beginning of the 6th, 5th, 4th and so on years.  The ending of the 6th and the beginning of the 7th day/7th year/7th Millennium/7th Shmitah/7th lunar month/7th Feast of Tabernacles is beyond coincidental.

All of this is a reflection of his Divine nature that is reflected in the creation week, the Sabbath week, the Shmitah year and so on.  This is the reason and for reasons not mentioned in this article for the Richardson Theory.  Yahshua rebuked his generation for not knowing the Mow’ed / Times of his first coming.  Don’t be caught as in a thief in the night!

Your Most Important Decision

The most important decision you can make is to make Yahshua (Jesus) your Messiah!  The Bible records that most people will not live to see his physical return.  Just within the 6th chapter to the 9th chapter of the Book of Revelation, there is a 75% reduction in the world’s population.  And, this is inline with the Georgia Guide Stones  with their ultimate goal of a 95% reduction.  In the future, we all will need a Savior!

For a clearer understanding of these events, be sure to START HERE! The 2014 to 2021 Timeline Explained!

11And I saw the heaven opened, and there was a white horse. And He who sat on him was called Trustworthy and True, and in righteousness He judges and fights.
12And His eyes were as a flame of fire, and on His head were many crowns, having a Name that had been written, which no one had perceived except Himself
13and having been dressed in a robe dipped in blood – and His Name is called: The Word of יהוה.
14And the armies in the heaven, dressed in fine linen, white and clean, followed Him on white horses.
15And out of His mouth goes a sharp sword, that with it He should smite the nations. And He shall shepherd them with a rod of iron. And He treads the winepress of the fierceness and wrath of Ěl Shaddai.
16And on His robe and on His thigh He has a name written: SOVEREIGN OF SOVEREIGNS AND MASTER OF MASTERS.  Revelation 19:11-16


  1. Hi Phil,
    Your website looks different now. Well done! One question. Can you explain why 6 years of tribulation instead of 7 starting at September 2014? Think I missed the point. Greetings, Marten

    • Phil

      September 2, 2015 at 7:38 am

      It was Yom Teruah 2014 (September 24, 2014) that began the final 2,550 days. The 2,550 days comes from the addition of 1260 + 1290 days found in the 12th chapter of the Book of Daniel. The 2,550 days is significant because it is the exact amount of days from Yom Teruah to Yom Kippur, while the 1,335 days is the exact amount of days from Yom Teruah to the Feast of Shavuot.

      The tribulation did not begin in 2014. It must begin between Yom Teruah to Yom Kippur 2015. The reason for this is more complicated to explain, but incorporates many elements. I cover this in detail in my book. I also cover it in my other website . A new post I just wrote documents why this is the case as well…

      The best approach to understanding the logic behind this is to view the graphs and what is written below. This is probably the best way to comprehend why the 6 years of tribulation.

  2. Hi Phil,

    You made a wonderful site! Thanks very much. It is very clear what you mean because of the images you made.

    As a Christian with no Jewish background it is a real eye-opener.

    Have you any idea what the last 30 days are for?

    Many greetings,


    • Phil

      July 18, 2015 at 11:12 pm

      I believe that Gavin Finley does a great job explaining this

      Essentially, the final 30 days represent Teshuvah or Repentance where the Creator will plead with mankind to turn from their wicked ways before judgement. Since the end of the 1290 day cycle falls on the eve of Yom Kippur, it can be concluded that this “Great Day” will be great wrath against the inhabitants of earth with the return of the King of Kings waging war on those nations who come against the land of Israel.

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