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  1. Cyberseeker

    Daniel's 70th Week

    You wouldn’t need an abomination of desolation in the event of a new temple being built. The new temple would BE the abomination!
  2. Cyberseeker

    Daniel's 70th Week

    Wikipedia is written by volunteer contributors. In this case they have simply expressed the theory of Sir Robert Anderson, who developed it about a hundred years ago. There never was a 360-year calendar. Countries that had a 30-day month always added an intercalary (13th month) when the...
  3. Cyberseeker

    Daniel's 70th Week

    I watched it all the way through, but it has several basic errors. First, it starts the count from 445 BC instead of 457 BC. (see the opening post) Second, it uses a theoretical 360-day calendar that, despite his arguments, never existed. There are good reasons why 457 BC is the better choice...
  4. Cyberseeker

    Daniel's 70th Week

    Well, Im just glad to be able to agree that Daniel 9 refers to 490 years. Have you ever considered the possibility that the 'weeks' were in fact the Sabbatical year cycle? Here is a paper showing every 'week' (with the 7th years marked) from the captivity through to Christ. It fits with your...
  5. Cyberseeker

    Daniel's 70th Week

    Hi. Your dates are good, but there is no need to employ a "day-year" scheme. Its better, IMO, to treat the "weeks" as part of the regular sabbatical years as set in motion by Moses, Although many were missed, the Sabbath years were known for the entire era between Moses and Christ. For...
  6. Cyberseeker

    Testing PNG and SVG Image upload

    This is a PNG image - better than gif but still a little bit hazy in the text. This is a SVG image - clear text. The future of the internet IMHO
  7. Cyberseeker

    Daniel's 70 Weeks

    I certainly agree with you that a future 7-year tribulation is based on mans misinterpretation of Daniel 9:24-27. To add some related information to what you have been saying, Ive put a Youtube video on a separate thread. It explains the relationship of Daniels 70 weeks to the regular Sabbatic...
  8. Cyberseeker

    The Old Testament’s Secret

    Can we talk about the connection to prophecy? There were 210 sabbath years between Moses and Jesus. Some were not kept, but God knew when they were supposed to be. In all, the span between Moses and Jesus produced the above count. Now, the sabbath was the final year in a group of seven, so...
  9. Cyberseeker

    The Old Testament’s Secret

    Hi everyone. I produced this YouTube a few years back, based on a presentation of my research into the biblical timeline between Moses and Messiah. It is an extraordinary count of years that has gone unnoticed because of small glitches in our start and finish dates. For example, the commonly...
  10. Cyberseeker

    The Old Testament's Secret

    A grid exists of weeks, periods of seven years, and multiples of seven that extend beneath the pages of scripture, surfacing briefly inside stories and seemingly innocuous chronologies. The ‘lost’ Sabbatical and Jubilee years are key to this, but finding them requires a careful examination of...
  11. Cyberseeker

    The Atonement Clock

    This post is to advise that ‘The Atonement Clock’ is now available as an E-publication on the Internet here. The E-pub has the same text as the original hard copy editions, except that the reference margin has been omitted due to screen limitations in small reading devices. In publishing an...
  12. Cyberseeker

    The Israel of God

    Yes, that is how I understand it. The middle line shows Jew and Gentile who believe have become the Israel of God.
  13. Cyberseeker

    The Israel of God

    To explain the New Testament understanding of the true Israel of God, I would like to offer this simple diagram. I hope it makes this important subject clear, and I welcome any discussion. If image does not show, please go here:
  14. Cyberseeker

    This is Bunny

    .(\_/) (='.'=) (")_(") This is bunny. 'Just thought I'd offer something wise and profound today. :biggrin2
  15. Cyberseeker

    Ancient Hebrew Calendar

    The Fiftieth Year This brings us to the second synchronisation. In addition to the 'week', the Bible reveals a 49-year Sabbatic cycle starting New Year, 1st of Abib, following the previous block of forty-nine. They would have intercalated months as explained using the short cycle, until it...
  16. Cyberseeker

    Ancient Hebrew Calendar

    Thanks for mentioning the barley harvest. What I am proposing would not contradict the 'rule of thumb' ripening sign that you mention. If we go back far enough, Abib (Aviv) was actually a Canaanite name, so I think the practice of adding moons by seasonal observation was Phoenician. The...
  17. Cyberseeker

    Ancient Hebrew Calendar

    Placement of Intercalary Months When seven ‘weeks’ as described are spread over one Jubilee, a pattern of eighteen intercalary months appears that can be repeated indefinitely in each subsequent Jubilee cycle. Please examine the next diagram showing fifty years divided into blocks of seven. The...
  18. Cyberseeker

    Ancient Hebrew Calendar

    Division of the Week Every luni-solar system, be it Hebrew, Greek or Babylonian, realises that the lunar year needs adjustment about every third year. Therefore it is not by coincidence that the Hebrew heptad of years was divided in half and called, a 'time, times and half a time.' This term is...
  19. Cyberseeker

    Ancient Hebrew Calendar

    Dead Sea Scrolls Reveal Hidden Calendar My calendar reconstruction is based on a relatively small number of biblical texts, but that does not mean to say that extra-biblical evidence does not exist as well. The Babylonian Talmud explains how the legal system during the period of the Judges of...
  20. Cyberseeker

    Ancient Hebrew Calendar

    Hi Winnie, Well it would if it went back by more than a month. However, the leap-years came often enough not to be a problem. The first month of Abib started (the outer limits) between 12th March - 10th April.
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