40 Years in the Wilderness: A Hidden Time Signature of Generation X

1 year = 1 prophetic day = 24 prophetic hours (Ezekiel 4:6)

Revelation 14 gives us two starting points that end at the same time destination and one confirms the other.

Time

144,000 = The first ending point which tells us when it began

100, 40, and 4000 = The second ending point and where it began

Both yield the same ending point

144,000

6 days = 144 hours and 6000 days = 144,000 hours (6000 x 24)

From Adam to 2000 AD = 6000 years or 144,000 prophetic hours (A day for a year) This is the first application of a beginning and ending point that Chapter 14 reveals about where we are in prophetic history.

100, 40, and 4000 (40 years in the wilderness)

2000 AD [subtract] 4000 years brings us back to 2000 BC or the time of Abraham

100 years = 1 Century, and there are 40 years of wilderness “time” in each century

Years = 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959 etc.

Now convert the years into military time signatures

Time = 19:56, 19:57, 19:58, 19:59

We do not write time the following way: 19:60, 19:61, 19:62

19:59…….20:00 = 1959 and 2000 AD which leaves 40 years of wilderness time from 19:60 to 19:99 (1960 to 1999)

4000 years = 40 centuries X 40 years of wilderness time per century = 1600 years of wilderness time from 2000 BC to 2000 AD

Adam + 144,000 prophetic hours = 2000 AD

Abraham + 1600 years of wilderness time = 2000 AD

Revelation 14:20 – “And the winepress was trodden without the city, and blood came out of the winepress, even unto the horse bridles, by the space of a thousand and six hundred furlongs.”

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The Seventh Seal Revelaed: Abomination of Desolation

(See my latest video at the bottom of this post, “Like” and spread it like wildfire)

An Atomic Explosion

The Silence

Watching this film, there are many things to wonder (and worry) about, but one of the stranger moments is how the bomb bursts in complete silence. We see a sudden white flash. It makes the soldiers flinch. Then there’s a pause, a pregnant quiet that lasts for a beat, then another and then — there’s a roar. (“There it is! The ground wave!”), after which the sky above seems to go black and the air turns to fire.

Basic physics explains the pause. Because light travels quicker than sound, you see light first, you hear sound later. In most movies (even in government-released atomic bomb blast films), the sound is artificially time shifted to make the flash and the sound appear simultaneous.

‘A Long, Thundering Growl’

But that’s not what it’s like if you are actually there. Science historian Alex Wellerstein has found an undoctored and deeply frightening recording — which he just posted on Restricted Data; The Nuclear Secrecy Blog.

He got it, he says, from “a Russian correspondent” who was searching the U.S. National Archives. (Why not? Our past is open to all.) The Russian found a recording of an American atomic test in 1953, which shows an enormous flash of white, so white it blanks out the entire sky, then thick clouds of ash (or maybe dirt?) tumble up, a fireball appears — all of this in total quiet. Thirty seconds pass.
http://www.npr.org/blogs/krulwich/2012/07/16/156851175/five-men-agree-to-stand-directly-under-an-exploding-nuclear-bomb

1 Corinthians 13:5 completely annihilates the false image of God

The only thing I can say right now is the Contemporary English Version of 1 Corinthians 13:5 completely annihilates the false image of God we find in the old covenant and this image we were all taught growing up. God is love and, “Love….keeps no record of wrongs that others do.” This one little stone brings a monster to his knees.

That being said, we can see clearer what Matthew 24:40 is trying to tell us when Jesus said, “Then shall two be in the field…”

We have two different images of God in the same book causing confusion by mixing them together. The very word Babylon means, “Confusion by mixing.”

Think of the Garden of Eden story…. Would you curse your children if they disobeyed you? When compared to Paul’s description of God’s character in 1 Corinthians 13, none of that makes sense. It’s 100% opposite of what it says in the chapter describing love.

If we need to forgive someone for something, that is a sign that resentment is present which is 100% opposite of what 1 Corinthians 13 is saying. “Then shall two be in the field…”

I see the holy book as the greatest treasure map ever constructed in history. A book that doesn’t mean what we see with our eyes on the page. John 2 and the wedding parable tells us that, “The best wine was saved for last,” and if we do the math, “last” cannot = 2000 years ago.

“In the reading of the prophets this one thing is to be observed….They speak of things to come as if they were now past….” – Introduction to Isaiah, 1560 Geneva Bible

The prophets wrote in the past tense fooling us into thinking we were reading about historical figures when they were yet future. We were given lessons before the people in those lessons even existed.