Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Possible Magnetic Poleshift June 14th to August 19th, 2016

Possible Magnetic Poleshift June 14th to August 19th, 2016
‘CHILL MAGNETIC REVERSAL’ but a rare kind that happens very quickly, and its most intense drifting will take place between JUNE 14TH AND AUGUST 19TH 2016. Kill: 75-80 percent of humanity, plants, and animals.  Magnetic North shifts 124 degrees. It goes from North to South to South to North.  Plan on a Nuclear Winter over the next 2-3 years. Radiation fire. Fire by burning.


 June 12-13 – Shavuot; 6th of Sivan to 7th of Sivan

June 14th, Day 3. August 19th, Day 6

Aug 14 - Tisha B’Av  10h of Av

Aug 19- Tu B’Av 15th of Av

 Shavuot/Feast of Weeks (high holy day): Month 3, sunset June 18 to sunset June 19 Shabbat--Michael Rood

Poleshift: a shift or flip of the geographical poles (Isa 24:1, 18-20, 23; 38:8). The gravitational pull of the strange star’s mass will cause the earth to slow down and maybe bring it to a complete halt (Josh 10:11-13--Joshua's Longest Day). The tilting earth will create a “slosh” of all the ocean water that is now bulged up around the equator due to the centrifugal forces of earth’s spinning motion. As a result of these shifting and moving water masses there will be:

     1) tsunamis and violently rising ocean levels up to 400 feet (120 meter); Hab 3:10--Overflowing water passed by. Amos 9:6; Amos 5:6-8; Nah 1:8 (flood)

     2) flooding of all coastal areas and an eventual recessing of these oceanic waters into the earth’s crust.

     3) shifting, lifting and sinking landmasses.

     4) landmasses sinking into and rising out of the ocean.

     5) tidal, crustal and rogue waves.

     6) 200+ mph (320+ kph) winds as the jet stream is coming down to ground level affecting the entire globe. Wind: Gen 8:1; 41:6,23; Exodus 10:13, 19; Job 1:19; Psalm 148:8; Isa 41:16; Jer 4:11-12; 51:1,16; Ezk 13:11, 13; Ezk 19:12; Dan 2:35; Hos 13:15; Rev 6:13.

     7) more tornadoes and regular hurricanes. Whirlwind Job 37:9; Isa 66:15; Jer 23:19; Jer 30:23

     8) hurricanes over land.

     9) shifting of the climatic regions and seasons.

     10) change of the length of days and of the calendar (Matt 24:21-22; Mk 13:20).

A disruption in the Earth’s rotation in either speed (normally 1,000 miles per hour) or direction (a pole shift).

 According to Haggai 2, another date for a poleshift is December 24th, 2016 on the ninth month and twenty-fourth day.

 The magnetic poleshift possibly ends on Tu B’Av

Tu B’Av  Sunset, August 18 - Nightfall, August 19
According to the Mishna, Tu B'Av was a joyous holiday in the days of the Temple in Jerusalem, marking the beginning of the grape harvest and the coming of the Messiah. Yom Kippur marked the end of the grape harvest.

Various reasons for celebrating on Tu B'Av are cited by the Talmud and Talmudic commentators:[6]
While the Jews wandered in the desert for forty years, female orphans without brothers could only marry within their tribe, to prevent their father's inherited land in the Land of Israel from passing on to other tribes. On the fifteenth of Av of the fortieth year, this ban was lifted. (See Daughters of Zelophehad.)

Tu B’Av is thought to be connected with the sin of the 12 scouts who spied out the Promised Land and came back with a very discouraging report that influenced the Israelites to not trust God.
Because of this sin, which happened on the 9th of Av, God decreed that no person 20 and over would enter the Promised Land.  The entire nation remained 40 years in the wilderness until that generation perished.

1445 BC Sabbath Year (Shemitah) The Tabernacle is Erected and Filled Exodus 40; Laws for Sacrifices and Offerings  Leviticus 1 - 7; Aaron and His Sons Consecrated Leviticus 8, 9; The Sin of Nadab and Abihu     Leviticus 10; Laws of Purity Leviticus 11 - 19; Punishments and Regulations Leviticus 20 - 22; Feasts and Jubilee    Leviticus 23; Census, Tribes, Duties Numbers 1 - 6; Tabernacle Dedication  Numbers 7 - 10; The People Complain Numbers 11, 12; The Twelve Spies Numbers 13; People Murmur at the Spies' Report Numbers 14, 15 That same year, the last of the generation of the sin of the spies, which had been forbidden to enter the Promised Land, found that they were not destined to die. For forty years, every Tisha B'av night, the Jews made graves for themselves in which they slept on Tisha B'Av; every year a proportion of them died. In the 40th year, the fifteen thousand who had remained from the first generation went to sleep in the graves and woke up the next day to their surprise. Thinking they made a mistake with the date, they did this until they reached Tu B'Av. Only then did they know they were allowed to live.

The Tribe of Benjamin was allowed to intermarry with the other tribes after the incident of the Concubine of Gibeah (see Judges chapters 19-21).

Tu B’ Av”, I was reading Judges 21(as it pertained to it’s reference to Tu B ‘Av, the commemoration of the 200 Benjamite men carrying away 200 virgin girls from Shiloh for marriage as they take them back to their land in Benjamite territory) and noticed some interesting wording, specifically Hebrew meanings of words used in verses 15-23 of Judges 21, and here’s what I discovered: with ‘Benjamin’ meaning “son of the right hand”, ‘Shiloh” meaning “tranquil” (peaceful), (and “Shiloh” we know is a reference to Jesus Christ (“The scepter shall not depart from Judah, nor a Lawgiver from between his feet, until Shiloh come. And the obedience of the peoples to him.” (Gen. 49:10), the verse infers that “The Son Who sits at the right hand (of God the Father) leaves His “territory” and snatches away the Virgin Bride of (the King of Peace) Shiloh and carries her away back to His territory (her new “inheritance”) The inheritance of the 600 Benjamites (Jud. 21), with over 25,000 of their brothers now slain (Jud. 20:35), is now a HUGE inheritance (John 14:2,3) (which the new bride now has “co-inherited” (Eph. 1:11) with the “Son of the Right Hand”). The word translated “seize” a wife (Jud. 21:21) and “caught ” (a virgin bride-to-be) (Jud. 21:23) in the Septuagint (Gk. trans. of old test.) = Harpazo–(yes, same word used in 1 Thess. 4:17   “Then we which are alive [and] remain shall be caught up (harpazo) together with them in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air: and so shall we ever be with the Lord.” twelvebooks.wordpress.com/2010/07/21/july-20-2010-a-new-point-of-view-from-the-bible-about-tubavand-the-rapture/
1375 BC Sabbath Year (Shemitah)  Joshua's Farewell Address Joshua 23, 24; Micah's Idolatry Judges 17; Danites Settle in Laish, Take Micah's Idols     Judges 18; A Levite's Concubine Degraded Judges 19; Israelites Defeat the Benjamites  Judges 20; Wives for the Benjamites Judges 21
Cutting of the wood for the main altar in the Temple was completed for the year.

The nights, traditionally the ideal time for Torah study, are lengthened again after the summer solstice, permitting more study.

The Roman occupiers permitted burial of the victims of the massacre at Bethar during the Bar Kochba rebellion. Miraculously, the bodies had not decomposed, despite exposure to the elements for over a year.

126, 133  Sabbath year (Shmita  שמיטה‎)

Mur 24E Jewish revolt began  Two Sabbatical Years connected with the Bar Kochba Revolt (132-135). Bar Kochba made a land lease agreement in the second year of his revolt specifying 5 years of harvest to be followed by the Sabbatical year. A rental contract, written in Hebrew, dated to the era of the Bar Kochba revolt (labeled as “Mur 24E”), showed that in the second year of the revolt five years of harvest would be collected before the next Sabbatical year. This contract was found among several contracts in the caves of Wadi Murabba’ (also known as Nahal Darga) in the Judean Desert near Bethlehem. This property was seized by the Jews during the revolt. They are dated on Shevat 20, year two of the Kochba revolt. Both Eusebius ( Ecclesiastical History IV 6) and the best manuscripts of the Seder Olam point to the 16th year of Hadrian as the specific year that the Jewish revolt began, i.e. 133 C.E

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1 comment:

John Ashcraft said...

Why Shavuot/Pentecost Timeframe

Pentecost events or close to it.
King David was born and died on Pentecost. According to rabbinic tradition, Enoch was born and was raptured on Pentecost. The Church was born on Pentecost (Acts 2). Pentecost is known as "the festival without a date"—no man knows the day or hour! Jews believe that the "fruit of the trees" is judged on Pentecost. Hmm. The Judgment Seat of Christ? The Jews believe that on Pentecost the heavens open for a brief instant and that God answers prayer—perhaps in a moment, in the twinkling of an eye! The Dispensation of Law occured on Pentecost. The Noahic Covenant was given on Pentecost. Ruth, a Gentile bride, was chosen by Boaz, a type of Christ, on PENTECOST, bringing this Gentile bride into the Messianic lineage! Pentecost is the day the Jews as they say, stay up all night to "decorate the bride!" Why?
God married mankind on the first Pentecost in 1441 or 1446 BCE in a Shemitah year.
1948 Israel became a nation on the Friday before Pentecost Sunday.
2014 Cross/Staff in the corona of the Sun