Below is the understanding of how God declared the end in the beginning.

A vesica with a width of 26 – IHVH (the Creator), has a height of 45, which is the  value of the man he created ADM – Adam.

The difference between God and man is 45 – 26 = 19.

(19) is the value of the woman created as a companion for Adam, ChVH – ‘Eve’. In this way the sacred vesica defines the relationship between the Creator and mankind.

First verse of Genesis. The Hebrew words here -BRAShITh BRA ALHIM ATh HShMIM VATh HARTz – have a value of 2701. Year tribulation starts: 2017 AD.

26 squared (676) and 45 squared (2025) -Year 2025 AD. Year it ends.

676 + 2025 = 2,701

The combination of God and Adam. This means that the 26 by 45 rectangle enclosing the vesica of creation has a diagonal of the square root of 2701.
Year it starts 2017 AD.

Both circles combined circumference
~ 326 hides 6:23 PM.

Area of face of rectangle  45 x 26
1,170

Total surface area of rectangle
6,032

YASHAYA rose
1st month 17th day Mose’s calendar
6:23 AM.
Jerusalem time zone

YASHAYA comes to Mount of Olives
11th day 7th month Mose’s calendar
6:23 PM
Jerusalem time zone

26 / 45 creates angle ~ 30.18 degrees

~ 18.3 hrs. from midnight is 6:23 PM.

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  1. kensme says:

    How do you explain your numerical values when there are no vowels or letters in the hebrew language? Your calculations are based on english spellings of hebrew pronunciations.

  2. Have you determined the dimensions of Noah’s ark? Such as size, length, width and height? One of my earlier bible teacher’s told us it was the same shape as a coffin or Ark of the covenant. thank you and Grace and Peace!

      • kensme says:

        Even wikipedia doesn’t use that measure. Seems like your conclusions are drawn from convolution to fit in your reasoning.. Nowhere in scripture is that a length. Cubit was the average length from elbow to finger tip of men That’s a large/tall man with a 25.2 don’t you think? Why would God use a non scriptural measure, when he dictated his word to Moses and the prophets? Something is eschew here.

      • Like I said my final conclusion is that
        6 waterpots 2 or 3 firkins is 6:23 PM
        And 276 souls on Pauls ship is day 276
        When peace on earth starts
        Year 2025

        Sunset on 10/2/2025 is 6:23 PM.

      • If you take any sphere inside a cube
        Their surface areas always yields ratios that yield angles
         ~ 62.3 degrees and ~ 27.6 degrees.

        62.3  / 27.6 = ~ 2.25

        New heavens New earth
        Peace on earth sunset in Jerusalem 6:23 PM.
        (6) waterpots (2) or (3) firkins
        Becoming solar day 276.
        Number of souls on Paul’s ship: 276
        2025 AD.

        If u take any circle inside square Their surface area always yields ratio that yields angle
        ~ 38.1 degrees

        ~ 18.3 hrs. from midnight is 6:23 PM.

    • Cubit, is a measure of length used by several early civilizations. It was based on the length of the forearm from the tip of the middle finger to the elbow. No one knows when this measure was established. The length of the arm, or cubit, was commonly used by many early peoples, including the Babylonians, Egyptians, and Israelites. The royal cubit of the ancient Egyptians was about 20.6 inches (52.3 centimeters) long. That of the ancient Romans was 17.5 inches (44.5 centimeters). The Israelites’ cubit at the time of Solomon was 25.2 inches (64 centimeters). (Richard S. Davis)

    • David Flynn, in his book, Temple At The Center Of Time, said, “The biblical chapter and verse of the Ark’s construction ending in Exodus 25:20 may not have been by accident. The Israelites’ cubit in the time of Moses until Solomon was equal to 25.20 modern inches. This number also follows the pattern of 2520, the writing on the wall.” (pg.84)

      “Flanders Petrie, in his extensive study of ancient calibration from the book Inductive Metrology, defines the Sacred Cubit of the Hebrews in the time of Moses as being,   

      ‘The 25-inch cubit…found in ancient Egypt, Assyria, Persia, Syria, and probably in Greece, varying from 25.1 to 25.4. In modern Persia, Arabia, Greece, a pic or braccio of the same length also [varies] from 25.0 to 25.3. The mean of measurement from ancient structures around Jerusalem is 25.2 + – .1, which is the sacred Hebrew cubit.'”

      “The Sacred Cubit as a fractal of the number of the writing on the wall, 2520, represented an elemental law in the creation of God. It was the standard of design according to the pattern of heaven showed to Moses on Mount Sinai. It was the standard of design according to the pattern of heaven shown to Moses on Mount Sinai.

      ​The ancient Jewish sages maintained that time and space were of the same distinction, inferring that they mirror each other in shape. Although the universe is infinite, the matter within and time that binds it is not. Therefore time, like matter, has a defined beginning and end. According to this understanding, the division of time into smaller units does not alter its inherent structure, just as the division of physical objects does not alter their structure. The pattern of both, according to the Law of God, is based on the number 2520 and its fractal in the sacred cubit, 25.20.

      It is significant that this number, encoded in the writing of the wall, manifested through the agency of a “hand,” maintaining the ancient metaphor of the “finger or hand of God” working His will in the material universe. 

      However, it is the arm that extends the hand and fingers. These work to execute the will, to create, write, and even make war. The cubit was directly representative of these functions, and was the linear standard of all creation. James Strong (1822–1894), professor of biblical literature and exegetical theology at Troy University, further explained this concept:

      ‘In the figurative idiom of the Hebrew its name is characteristically amah, which is merely a variation of the word em, a mother not so much (as the lexicons explain) “because the forearm is the mother of the [entire] arm” (a metaphor not very obvious surely), but because the cubit (or ulna) is the “mother,” as it were, of all dimensions whether in the human body or elsewhere.’

      In ancient Egypt, cubit rods used for architecture and building were divided by the units of “digits,” which are primarily a reference to the fingers of the hand. This further connects the number written on the wall as corresponding with the Sacred Cubit, as it is based on the dimension of the arm and is also measured in units of the hand itself. According to Daniel 5:5,   

      At that moment (fingers) of a man’s (hand) came out and wrote on the plaster of the wall of the king’s palace across from the lampstand. And the king saw the palm of the hand that wrote.   

      Newton included work on the cubit of the Jews in several manuscripts and books.  He explained the relationship of the Sacred Cubit to “palms” of length. In his Prolegomena to a Lexicon propheticumhe, Newton lists the Sacred Cubit as 7 palms and the Common Cubit as 6 palms, based on the description of the rod that was used to measure the temple in Ezekiel 40:5.

      The 7-palm cubit would stand out as sacred due to its relation to the number 7. Seven is the only cardinal number that does not divide evenly into 360. The sacred number, 2520, (100 times the sacred cubit) is also the result of 360 x 7.

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      ​Exodus 25:20

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