Hi Code Breaker!

OK - All we really got here is the fact that 7 x 360 = 2520. That doesn't seem to make much of a link.

Here's the pic from you site so everyone can know what you are talking about:

OK - now I am checking your numbers. From Wikipedia, I find 1 lunar year = 354.37 days. But after doing some calculations, I find that's not the number you used. So then I tried a 360 day year to get 2520 lunar years = 2484 solar years, and the numbers worked. So I guess that is what you call a "lunar year." But now I am confused ... why do you call that a 'lunar year?" I've always thought that was called a "prophetic year."

In any case, now I've got your "number' so I can think more about your idea.

Actually, the Bible Wheel is the template that links reiteratively to cycles of 22 centuries. The image of the "Key to the Kingdoms" shows two such cycles - one before and one after the first Advent of Christ. As for the "7 Day theory" - it is elegant, and actually maps pretty closely with three cycles of the "Alphabet of History" since each cycle lasts about 2100 years (since there is an overlap of Aleph and Tav in the first and last centuries of the cycles). If it were exact, we would have expected each cycle to be exactly 2000 years, so the three cycles would complete 6000 years, and the fourth cycle would inaugurate the 7th Day - millennial sabbath. But that's all speculation ... I don't have any strong opinions about those things except to say that I don't believe in a literal 1000 year millennial reign of Christ on earth.

Well, I don't think the word "perfect" is very descriptive if it includes a full third of the numbers less than or equal to 12. The true distinctives of the Number 2520 seem to lie in the fact that it is the smallest number divisible by 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10, as easily noted by examining its prime factorization:

2520 = 2^3 x 3^2 x 5 x 7

Also of note is the fact that 2520 is one half of the 7th factorial, 2520 = 7!/2.

Well, I don't see much verification from the Bible Wheel yet, since the only connection you suggested had to to with the product of the number of degrees in a circle with the number 7. Was there something else you had in mind?

And as for the Number 2520 being the "number of time." What does that mean? If it were the "number of time" wouldn't we expect to find it in many other situations? The links in your menorah are interesting, but small in number, and of uncertain significance because I don't know what the destruction of the Temple in 587 (or 586) BC has to do with the Zionist Congress in 1897. And the final point in 444 BC links to 2040 AD, which we don't know anything about. The central point is a little stronger - the link to the completion of the rebuilt Temple in 517 (or 516 BC) makes a reasonably good thematic link to the capture of the Temple Mount in 1967, in that they both relate to the Temple mount. But on the other hand, if the futurist interpretation is true, and there will be a future Temple, then the true link would be from 517 BC to the date the Temple was actually rebuilt. And this brings up another question. The modern history of Jerusalem is the reverse of the return from the Babylonian exile when they rebuilt the temple first, and then the walls and streets in 444 BC. So there is much to think about.

Thanks for your contribution!

Richard

And your picture of the menorah only had a few data points in it. And not all them seem very significant. For example, what does ?

One thing about numbers: I've been studying them for years, and I am pretty sure that the "whole picture" is not summed up in a single number like 2520 any more than the whole picture could be summed up in a single word. The meanings of words and numbers comes from their interaction with other words and numbers. So you need them all in order to understand the "whole picutre.

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