How the burnt offerings on Tabernacles had the Enoch Cal., in mind

This article is meant to be read in conjunction with the post about Hurricanes Fiona and Ivan.

The four days from Fiona to Ian
A rod lifted high to the eye of a hurricane

The four days from Fiona to Ian represent the past four years back to when the first post/revelation about the Enoch calendar. It was the first of many posts about Enoch and his calendar.

At this same time came Hurricane Michael (named after the archangel mentioned in Daniel and especially the Book of Enoch). Michael also made landfall in Florida, except on the last day of Tabernacles! (Oct. 10, Wed., Michael’s Enoch Cal.).

And the four days from Fiona to Ian also land on the first four days of Tabernacles (360 Cal.). Moreover, “Fiona” means “pale,” as in the fourth horsemen of the Apocalypse, and is the fourth of seven trumpet blasts, Rev. 6:8; Num. 10:10.

Thus, a complex pattern is emerging using the different Enoch Calendars from 2018 to 2025, outlined by these major catastrophes.

And 2018 to 2025 (with 2022, the middle) is the 490th Shmita (Seven-Year Rest cycle) from when Israel entered the Promised Land in 1406 BC.

Why on Tabernacles?

The Burnt Offering Code for the last days

Tabernacles is the seventh and final festival.

1. Passover
2. Unleavened Bread
3. Sheaf of Firstfruits
4. Pentecost
5. Trumpets
6. Atonement
7. Tabernacles

Numbers 29:12-40 contains a code, a countdown to the end.

On the first day of Tabernacles, 13 Bulls, two rams, and 14 lambs (each one year old) are sacrificed as a Burnt Offering. On the next day of Tabernacles, the number decreases from “13” to “12” Bulls (but with the same number of rams and lambs). This diminishing continues until the 7th day of Tabernacles when seven bulls are offered. Thus, the count diminishes during the seven days of Tabernacles from 13 to 7.

As I have said repeatedly, look for the 13 in combination with the 7 in the Bible, it expresses atonement (i.e., the perfect seven covers the imperfect 13).

Thus, the total number of burnt offerings during the seven days of Tabernacles is 13 x 7 x 2 = 182, which is half an Enochian year. (And the week of Tabernacles is 182 days after the week of Passover on the Enochian Calendar — hardly a coincidence! That’s why the extra seven sin offerings of the seven goats: These seven atone for the straying of the Enoch Cal., and thus its need of an intercalary leap week/seven days in the sixth or seventh year, Num. 29:12-40.)

Thus, in the seven years from 2018 to 2025, if the law were still in effect, there are 1274 burnt offerings (1260 plus the 14 final lambs slaughtered on the seventh year and the seventh day in AD 2025, equals 1274 burnt offerings. 1260 & 1274 is 360 & 364 times 7). Thus, “He must increase, but I must decrease,” said John the Baptist (John 3:30), and Hurricane Ian is Hurricane John. (Ian is just another form of John.) This “decrease” is illustrated in the diminishing of the bulls from 13 to 7 during the seven days of Tabernacles. The decrease of one candlestick means the increase of another and a new day.

Thus, from when Israel entered the Promised Land in 1406 BC to 2025, if all sacrifices continued, adds up to “70 x 7 x 7 years times 7 x 26 burnt offerings”, which is 490 x 49 x 26. (YHWY in gematria equals “26”; ponder Isa. 30:26-30.)

A closer look at the number of bulls

If you only count the bulls sacrificed during the seven days of Tabernacles (which is in the 7th month), it totals 70 x 7 bulls in seven years. This is a clear allusion to Daniel 9:24-27 and the Enoch calendar. It even means that at the end of every Sabbatical year (seven years), in the seventh month, the seventh day of Tabernacles (which is the end of the 7th festival for the year), the last seven bulls are sacrificed, which is 483 plus the last seven bulls equal 490. This, again, alludes to Dan. 9:24-27.

Seventy Weeks and the Messiah

“Seventy weeks [of years, or 490 years] [e]have been decreed for your people and for your holy city (Jerusalem), to finish the transgression, to make an end of sins, to make atonement (reconciliation) for wickedness, to bring in everlasting righteousness (right-standing with God), to seal up vision and prophecy and prophet, and to anoint the Most Holy Place25So you are to know and understand that from the issuance of the command to restore and rebuild Jerusalem until [the coming of] the Messiah (the Anointed One), the Prince, there will be seven weeks [of years] and sixty-two weeks [of years]; it will be built again, with [a city] plaza and moat, even in times of trouble. 26Then after the sixty-two weeks [of years] the Anointed One will be cut off [and denied His Messianic kingdom] and have nothing [and no one to defend Him], and the people of the [other] prince who is to come will destroy the city and the sanctuary. Its end will come with a flood; even to the end there will be war; desolations are determined. 27And he will enter into a binding and irrevocable covenant with the many for one week (seven years), but in the middle of the week he will stop the sacrifice and grain offering [for the remaining three and one-half years]; and on the wing of abominations will come one who makes desolate, even until the complete destruction, one that is decreed, is poured out on the one who causes the horror.” Amplified Bible, Dan. 9:24-27

Expect hurricanes on Tabernacles in 2025 on the Enoch Calendar.

Footnote: Key of 23

For the advanced student: From the landfall of Hurricane Michael to Ian also incorporates "The Key of 23." 364 x 4 (less the week of Tabernacles, see "Gabriel-364 Cal.") equals 1449 days (and days can symbolize years). 

"1449" (483 x 3, Dan. 9:24-27) is 69 x 21 (and 23 x 63), which converts to 1470 (490 x 3) in harmony with the 360-Cal. (From 2018 to 2022, also has 1470 days on 360-Cal..) Also, see first post in new website: It's also about 490 x 3.
See about this diagram.