Dozens of biblical clues also point to the fulfillment of end times prophecies during Hanukkah in 2019, when the sun, moon, and planets also move in ways that appear to act out all the major steps of an ancient Jewish wedding ceremony that may represent Christ coming for His bride.
It may all be just a pile of meaningless coincidences. But when enough clues point to the same conclusion, I have to at least pay attention.
Here are just a few of the clues:
In one of the first steps of the old Jewish wedding ceremony, the groom is front and center first, then the bride comes and circles the groom seven times before the other steps begin. I think that we are the bride and astronomically Earth is the bride. Jesus is representative of the groom and the Sun. The Earth orbits the Sun seven times from the biblically significant end date of the Mayan Long Count Calendar on 12/21/2012 to 12/21/2019.
(Did you know there was a biblical reference that could bring us to the year 2012? You might know, as even Adam Clarke did in his Bible commentaries in 1825 – that Daniel’s 2300 year prophecy about Jerusalem takes us from the arrival of Alexander the Great to the Jewish recapture of the Temple Mount and East Jerusalem in 1967. But that date could also have been reached using Daniel’s 1260 and 1290 day (year) references. If the 1290 reaches 1967, Daniel’s 1335 reference could be 45 years later in 2012. Perhaps the seven years from 12/21/2012 to 12/21/2019 are significant after all.)
There is only ONE biblical story that tells us exactly when a great king chooses and marries his bride. Jews know this story if they celebrate Purim; others may just know the story from the Book of Esther. (What they may not know is how symbolic and astronomical the whole story is – the main characters in the Jewish story of Purim – Mordecai, Esther, Haman, and Ahasueras – really represent Marduk, Ishtar, Ahriman, and Ahura-Mazda.) Persian astronomers – the magi – they understood such things. Alas, as the magi found out when they came to Israel after correctly forecasting the birth of the Messiah – the Jews have forgotten the astronomical traditions their ancient wise men, like Daniel, had once known. And since the Jews at that time had forgotten, Christianity doesn’t dwell on it either.
This story was heavily influenced by the knowledge of the magi, the same group of Persian astronomers – the wise men from the east – who calculated the birth of Christ and showed up in Israel looking for Him only to find that King Herod and the Jewish rabbis of the time had completely forgotten the astronomical traditions Daniel knew – and had not remembered to expect the Messiah at the time of a certain conjunction.
In the story of Purim, in the Book of Esther, the Persian King Ahasueras (Xerxes) becomes displeased with Queen Vashti and chooses a new bride, Esther. (Oh, the symbolism….) Long celebrations end with “a seven-day drinking feast” for the inhabitants of the Persian capital of Susa, but when the drunken king orders Queen Vashti to dance naked for everyone, she refuses. The king selects Esther as his new bride, there is a week of other events, and Esther becomes queen on the first day of the month of Tevet which this year starts at sunset on December 28, 2019 (the date I suggest as our possible Judgement Day in End Times and 2019.)
I think the week of this wedding corresponds to the creation week in Genesis, where the Earth was re-created from a chaotic former state with a week-long pole shift. In Haggai 2:6 We are told “For thus says the Lord of hosts, ‘Once more in a little while, I am going to shake the heavens and the earth, the sea also and the dry land.'” This is on the 24th day of the ninth month – Kislev 24, the day before Hanukkah starts – this is December 21, 2019 – when the Lord suggests another pole shift.
Some additional Bible verses suggesting a pole shift include:
Haggai 2:6 “For thus says the LORD of hosts, ‘Once more in a little while, I am going to shake the heavens and the earth, the sea also and the dry land.”
You might be thinking that Bible prophecy alone does not tell us what year this will occur, only the time of year – that only with the addition of Mayan information can we hone in on 2019. But that is not true. Matthew 24:20 warns us about this time and says: “pray that your flight will not be in the winter, or on a Sabbath.” But December 21, 2019 is the first day of winter, and it is Saturday (the Jewish Sabbath.)
There are also other parts of the wedding ceremony that only play out in the sky this year; for example, Jupiter will appear (from Earth) to be moving in and out of the corona at the edge of the sun from December 27-28. If Jesus is the light and the Sun and the door (In John 10:9 Jesus says: “I am the door“) – this corresponds to the best man knocking at the door of the bridal chamber at the end of the wedding.
Prior to that is an even more impressive astronomical lineup – at the precise stage in the wedding ceremony when the groom has exactly eight minutes for the “yichud” portion of the wedding ceremony when he gives the ring to the bride – Earth will see the “diamond ring effect” of a total solar eclipse – in which the solar corona is visible around the moon.
Solar eclipses last a maximum of about 7 minutes 40 seconds, depending on the exact distance of the moon at that time. This December 26, Isaiah 13:10 will also be fulfilled: “The sun shall be dark when it rises.” A total solar eclipse will be visible from Jerusalem at sunrise!
There is much more detail on all of this in End Times and 2019.
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We must be ready.
But what about the two witnesses? They have not appeared yet. Any onsite? I would be very interested in your opinion. Thanks Kelly
FWIW, I think the two witnesses are most likely Moses and Elijah…. But I admit I would have expected them years ago, and the fact that the antichrist and the two witnesses didn’t arrive when I expected probably means my entire timetable/interpretation is off. If anything of biblical proportion happens this December, it can’t line up with the end of 7 years of tribulation, because we don’t seem to be almost 7 years into it…. So either I’m completely wrong, and what I wrote about is merely an amazing synchronicity of coincidences – or perhaps this December may still mark the start of something amazing – just not the end.
Thanks for your response. I don’t think anything is a coincidence. God is the greatest orchestrator of all. Everything occurs and happens for a reason. I value your opinion and all of your research. Thanks Kelly
I don’t believe that there are any coincidences with God. He is THE greatest orchestrator. God never does anything catastrophic without offering ample warnings. Maybe 2012 until 2019 was the 7 year period of warning, with 2019 kicking off the tribulation. I value all of your research and your opinions. KellySent from my Verizon, Samsung Galaxy smartphone
This lady is seeing the same time frame