Medjugorje eclipse matcher number SEVEN!

I found the seventh pairing! I figured if God was behind all this sky and calendar synchronicity, there had to be SEVEN pairs, not six. And I was right. 🙂

0000 & 1982 Herod's eclipse and matcher

This pair breaks the pattern in some interesting ways.

Datability of significant events in Jesus’ First Coming:

  • For the other six pairings, the datability can be derived from clues found in the Bible.
  • The Herod pair breaks this pattern in that it requires both Scripture and the account by secular historian Josephus.

Calendar days and dates:

  • For the other six pairings, the 1st and 21st century Hebrew months match each other and the 1st and 21st century Common months match each other.
  • The Herod pair breaks this pattern in that only the Hebrew calendars are identical, while the Common calendar is off by one date.

Weekdays and dates of the eclipses:

  • For the other six pairings, the weekdays and dates of the eclipses were* one day of the week and one number date earlier in the 1st century than in the 21st century.
  • The Herod pair breaks this pattern in that the Hebrew days and dates are identical (Sabbath, Tevet 14), while the Common date is one earlier rather than one later in the 21st century.

Jewish holidays:

  • For the other six pairings, the eclipses were on significant dates in the Jewish ecclesiastical calendar – Passover, Sukkot, and year end.
  • The Herod pair breaks this pattern, in that the eclipses were both on Sabbath and the significant event was not a holiday, but the cruel execution of rabbis for defying Herod’s sacrilege.

Eclipse paths:

  • For the other six pairings, the eclipses were not visible from the Holy Land. For the five other lunar eclipses, the paths of the pairs nearly overlap, with just a time zone or two between them.
  • The Herod pair breaks this pattern, in that the two eclipses were visible from the Holy Land and the paths did not overlap so closely. However, the paths demonstrate an interesting feature, which is that they each seem to be centered on the dominant persecuting empire of the time.

0000-1982 Herod's eclipse, Medj anniv paths

*Some of the 21st century eclipses have not happened yet, but for grammatical simplicity, I am using past tense rather than the cumbersome were/will be.

Background Reading (also see sources cited at the bottom of these posts):

“Herod the Great died in 1 BC”
Why the traditional date given for the death of Herod the Great (4 BC) is wrong.
https://polination.wordpress.com/2014/04/13/herod-the-great-died-in-1-bc/

“Dating the Slaughter of the Innocents and the Flight into Egypt”
How the Bible’s account can be dated by referencing the “Star of Bethlehem” and Josephus’ account of Herod’s death.
https://polination.wordpress.com/2014/06/13/dating-the-slaughter-of-the-innocents-and-the-flight-into-egypt/

 

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2 responses to “Medjugorje eclipse matcher number SEVEN!

  1. Jewish holidays:

    For the other six pairings, the eclipses were on significant dates in the Jewish ecclesiastical calendar – Passover, Sukkot, and year end.

    The Herod pair breaks this pattern, in that the eclipses were both on Sabbath and the significant event was not a holiday…

    When God created the world, he made the Sabbath intentionally different from the other six days of the week. It seems to make sense that the 7th would be different from the other 6, and would honor and keep the Sabbath. The Sabbath is a holiday (“Holy day”) after all..

    Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy.

    Exodus 20:8

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    Sabbath & Holy

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  2. chrissythehyphenated

    I just listened to the Ben Smith video I’m about to post, which reminded me that it isn’t just Islam, but also Communism that’s persecuting Jews and Christians. If I get time, I think I’ll add the USSR (the eclipse was before it collapsed), China and NoKo to the map. I think the centrality of the eclipse path may become even more obvious.

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