Posts tagged ‘Hebrew Feasts’

Why do Christians celebrate Easter? (intro)

This post aims to look at some of the key issues behind celebrating Easter.


Continue Reading February 13, 2010 at 4:59 pm Leave a comment

The birth of the Messiah foretold in Egypt and Israel?

After returning from church this evening, I started to search for something on Google that had been bothering me and I came across this website (please read my comments on this website).  I spent quite a while reading it and it led me to post some of my older bits of writing into my blog.  The particular page on Zion caused me to google some key terms that I was not sure about as I have to test the spirit of knowledge I am receiving is it from God or the deceiver.  I came across another website where I listened to some of the YouTube postings.

As I listened I hummed and hahhed over it.  For anyone who has particularly read the Old testament you may have come across a portion in Isaiah 19:25 that says:

The LORD Almighty will bless them, saying, “Blessed be Egypt my people, Assyria my handiwork, and Israel my inheritance.”

This verse really threw me as it made me really think about my conceptions of who the LORD’s people actually are, and that Yah had chosen for Himself 3 people’s in Egypt, Assyria and Israel. Egypt being called “His people”, Assyria (or Iraq) is called “His creation” which is believed to be the original site of the Garden of Eden and Israel “His special Possession”.  According to verse 24 each of these 3 are a special blessing, but it only the land of Assyria which is blessed not it’s inhabitants!

Anyway, back to the point as I was listening to the YouTube clip I stopped on the 2nd one at 5 minutes 12s

and had to replay it again, it said that the Messiah was born on the 27th of September 2BC.  How did they work this out, well from mathematical calculations based on the Pyramid at Giza (please click links throughout this posting for explanation).  Well, this shocked me because I knew that Yeshua’s birth date was not December 25th 0000.  From previous research and from understanding of the Hebrew scriptures which I had come across (please visit this website for a synopsis), it seems that all Hebrew festivals point to the Messiah in some shape or form.  I strongly believe that the birth date of the Messiah is the Feast of Booths (Sukkot) which is in September, so you can see how alarm bells might ring!!!

So I checked, the date for this feast which is in the Hebrew month of Tishri (late September to late October) and lo! and behold the feast of Sukkot takes place in late September too!

What does this mean?

The pyramid and the Hebrew reveal the same thing about the birth date of the messiah, what other things do they share?  Is this an indication as Isaiah says that there is a spiritual link between the people of Egypt and Israel?  Who knows, only Yah.

January 22, 2010 at 2:53 am 1 comment

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