“But you, brethren, are not in darkness, that this day should overtake you like a thief.” 1 Thessalonians 5:4
Starting with the signs of World War I and adding the maximum time for a generation (100 years), the result suggested that the last half of the Tribulation would occur from 2014 to 2017. To advance from 1967 the number of probation (40 years) seemed to point to 2006 as a beginning of the time of judgment. However, the period of time from 2006 to 2017 is longer than the traditional view of seven years for the Tribulation.
As previously mentioned in the last chapter, Heshvan 17, 2006 was forty 360-day years or 120 x 120 (14,400) days from June 7, 1967. It was also 120 days after the start of the Hezbollah-Israeli War of 2006. As we have seen, the 17th of Heshvan is the day when the forty days and nights began in the Great Flood of Noah that came 120 years after Noah had been warned. In analyzing this information, the dates leaped from the calendar because the 26th of Kislev would be the ending day of the forty days and nights of rain, as well as day 1335.
In counting backwards from the time of the 26th of Kislev 2017 to find the possible start date of the Tribulation, one should count 2,520 days plus 75 days. The 75 days are the difference from the end of the Tribulation on the Day of Atonement (1,260 days) until the third day of Hanukkah (1,335 days). Counting back from the 26th of Kislev 2017, it would land precisely on November 8, 2010—Kislev 1.
The first obvious thing was that this date is precisely four years after November 8, 2006 lending support to the significance of the analysis.
Kislev the 1st falls in between the 17th of Heshvan and the 26th of Kislev. If we set up a ratio comparing the time Kislev 1 falls within the forty day window to the time Kislev 1, 2010 falls within the time span from 2006 to 2017, a discovery is made. It looks as if God were comparing the forty days and nights of rain to the time of the end.
Therefore, it would appear that the Seventy Weeks of Daniel resumes on November 8, 2010 (Kislev 1) to start the Seventieth Week. This would be the day that the covenant is enforced by the Antichrist. Therefore, November 8, 2006, as calculated from June 7, 1967, is a significant day in calculating the end time judgment. Along with the obvious ratios, it occurs on the anniversary day of the start of the Great Flood of Noah.
This discovery of the mathematical ratios was significant. Then this thought came to mind, why did Noah come out of the Ark on the 27th of Heshvan when he could have come out 56 days earlier?
The Flood ends after a year and lands within the forty-day period on the 27th of Heshvan, like the beginning of the Tribulation will land within the forty days on Kislev 1. Again there appears to be a scale with reference to the final day of the 26th of Kislev 2017. In other words, do the forty days of rain apply to human history up until 2017? What would a ratio using the 27th of Heshvan signify, if anything?
The 1656 years from Creation to the Flood divided by 6021 equals 0.275037 and 11 divided by 40 equals 0.2750. The difference of only 0.000037 (0.275037 – 0.275) is only 2.7 months over the 6021 years.
So what is the conclusion of these two ratios involving the Flood of Noah? In both ratios it is the middle point that marks the time of judgment. This would be 2349 BC and AD 2010. This fact was missed previous to 2006 since it was believed Heshvan 17, 2006 would be the beginning point of judgment. However, with the new understanding the judgment clearly begins when the Tribulation begins—the resumption of the final week of Daniel. There is only one beginning point and Kislev 1, 2010 (November 8) seems to be the day.