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When I applied the Prophetical Chronological Standard [1] to the last exile of Ephraim in 705 BC, I nailed the date that Napoleon abdicated the second time which, though not connected to Ephraim that I know off, [2] it tipped me off that 1815 AD was an important date in the scheme of things and as I remembered this last night I realized what it was.

He was the last Emperor of the Roman Empire which I have detailed in my post on the Prophetic History of the Roman Empire with the help of Peters, and thus this is when the Empire received its head wound which has continued for almost 200 years now.

That number didn't make any sense to me last time I looked at the chronologies cause I was being hindered by my enemies to establish a chronology that they like however, when I thought of it last night I realized immediately what the significance of that number was for, the Prophetical Chronological Standard of 7 Biblical Years of 360 Days (360 X 7 = 2520 days) was shortened, in one of Daniel's Visions, to exactly 2300 Days and thus 220 Days (for years) did not run. Why not? Well, perhaps that is the total amount of time that the Empire would be headless.

Thus, if you add 220 years to 1815 AD you arrive at precisely 2035 AD as the date when the next ruler will ascend the throne over the Empire. I would guess, with this in mind, that the Raiser of Taxes (see my post on Daniel's Last Vision) ascends the Throne in 2033 AD and in 2035 AD before "not many days" have passed, the Antichrist assassinates the Raiser of Taxes and is proclaimed the ruler of the Empire.

I suspect that none of this is a coincidence and not only has this reconciled another chronology it also answered the question as to how long the Roman Empire would remain without a head which is then subsequently personified by the Antichrist during the tribulation.

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1 By this I am referring to the great era of time of 2520 Years. The significance of this number was perhaps first understood by the Biblical Chronologists of the last century who applied it in many different ways. If memory serves, it takes that many years for the precession of the equinoxes to move through one constellation. Those Scholars added this number to the year Nebuchadnezzar ascended the throne and nailed down the year 1917 AD which is the year Allenby took Jerusalem and is, perhaps, the most important date in Modern History. For more on this see the Times of the Gentiles.

2 I remember now what the connection would be to Ephraim for Wellington, being English could be seen as representing the Northern Nation composed of the Ten Lost Tribes and not just the tribe of Ephraim and could himself have actually been from the Nation of Ephraim.



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Couple of comments.  I was off by one year - thus the last judgment of Ephraim (which, predominantly affected Judah) must have been in 706 BC thus nailing 1815 AD.  Now, get this!  The 2035 AD date is actually off by one year cause the Antichrist rises in 2036 AD and the solution is that in almost all of these chronologies you have to factor in what I will call the Judgment Ascension Year.  In other words, in this case, 1815 AD was the last year of the Last Roman Emperor and the 220 Years would start precisely on Nisan 1, 1816 AD plus those 220 Years hits Nisan 1, 2036 AD as the start of the rise of the Antichrist over the entire revived Roman Empire.

 

This Principle is based on the Ascension Years of both the Chaldeans and Jews who are the only two that got it right for it ensures that the proper amount of years tick off the clock when factoring all these years and reigns.  The same basic principle applies to generations born - you have to add one year for each generation in order to get the total amount of years to line up.

 

So, I am gonna go through alll my posts real quick - especially the Times of the Church - in order to finalize all my chronologies.

 

This also means that the last judgment of Ephraim and Judah possibly occurred between Nisan 1, 707 BC up to Nisan 1, 706 BC.



-- Edited by Theoferrum on Monday 8th of February 2016 05:58:39 PM

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