The next item uncovered by a reader was that Pentecost 2007 (May 27) was exactly 200 days after Heshvan 17 (November 8), 2006. This would put it at forty 365-day years from June 7, 1967.
But this was not all, for May 27, 2007 also comes at 1,260 days prior (or three and a half years) to the beginning of the proposed start time of the Tribulation. This is provocative since Daniel’s 70th Week is composed of two segments of 1,260 days itself. So likewise it is 2,520 days from Pentecost 2007 to Firstfruits 2014 and the proposed midpoint day of the Tribulation. This was amazing, but then there was more...
What is interesting is that Heshvan 27, 2006 (November 18) is exactly 4,000 days prior to Heshvan 10, 2017 (October 30). This seems significant since 4,000 ties into the theme of forty (and also four and 400—all associated with this period) by connecting the Flood dates in reverse order. Also with 1,290 days from the Abomination of Desolation to Heshvan 10, this puts Heshvan 27, 2006 at 2,710 days before the midpoint. 2,710 days is an interesting composite of Heshvan 27 and Heshvan 10. Truly it is no accident that these days total an even 4,000 between the ending and start days of the Flood saga and juxtaposed to Heshvan 17, 2006 and its Noahic Flood Correlation to Daniel’s 70th Week.
So from Heshvan 17, 2006, Heshvan 27, 2006 and Pentecost 2007, the days linked to the Tribulation time frame are the start day, the midpoint, day 1290, and day 1335.
As was seen from Pentecost 2007 to Firstfruits 2014, the count comes to 2,520 days. Likewise, from Rosh Hashanah 2007 (September 13) to Av 10, 2014 (August 6) it is also 2,520 days, which then begins the count of the 2,300 evenings and mornings on the next day. These evenings and mornings also end on the same day as day 1260, which is the Day of Atonement—Yom Kippur.
From Rosh Hashanah 1999 to the Ninth of Av 2006 inclusive, it is 2,519 days. Therefore it is similar to the 2,520 days of Rosh Hashanah 2007 to the 10th of Av 2014. But here noting that 2006 comes at the Golden Proportion of 1999 to 2017, the next question comes quickly. What are the proportional days to the 2,519? Multiplying 2,519 by 1.618 will result in 4,076 days. Starting these days on the 10th of Av 2006 will then go to September 30, 2017, which is Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, or Day 1260—all at the Golden Proportion and to the very day.
What makes it more unique is when the cease fire day of August 14, 2006 is analyzed by also using the Golden Proportion. Here if the start day is Elul 1 (August 13, 1999–solar eclipse in Middle East) and the beginning of the Season of Repentance, then to August 14th it is 2,558 days and just a day over seven solar years (August 14th was also the anniversary of the end of World War 2). But the question to be answered is the same as the last one. What does 2,558 times 1.618 equal? It equals 4,140 days. Start these days on August 15, 2006 and 4,140 days later it is December 14, 2017. According to the observed Hebrew Calendar, that day will be Kislev 26 and it is the day that comes 1,335 days after the Abomination of Desolation.
Note: Since publishing in 2008, other links were also found and are documented in the other articles posted at this site. Other links are also in the book.