GOD Shutting the Ark Door…again

This happened on the Gregorian calender 11/14/20 according to the Greek Septuagint.

Genesis 7:11 – In the six hundredth year of the life of Noe, in the second month, on the twenty-seventh day of the month, on this day all the fountains of the abyss were broken up, and the flood-gates of heaven were opened. (LXX)

So there is a 10 day discrepancy between the Greek Septuagint and the Hebrew Masoretic text for Genesis 7:11. Did the rain and floods start today or 10 days ago on 11/4/20? Both are very significant.

11/14/20 was the Hindu festival of lights or Diwali. “Light over darkness”. False light.

If Genesis 7:11 was historically on this day, the 40 days of judgement end on December 24th, 2020. And this just so happens to be on Anthony “Dr. Sickle” Fauci’s birthday.

The 150 days that the water exceeded 15.5 feet over the mountains falls on May 23rd, 2021. This just happens to be Pentecost.

Did the Biblical anniversary account of judgement for the destruction of the world fall on the 14th or 4th of November? Either way, it is very significant and prophetic to what we are seeing today. As in the days of Noah….Jonah went and preached repentance for 40 days. I think we are at a time for the daughter of Babylon to repent.

Strange that the word for 20 in this verse translates to icon in Greek.

So if the 27th of Cheshvan was the historical date the flood started then it also ended on this date. This means that by this account it was exactly 1 year.

And even these dates could be suspect according to the Gregorian calender and the Hebrew-Babylonian calender. Not only that, it says “the six hundred and first year life of Noe”. Of Noah. It seems to insinuate that the flood date may be based off of Noah’s birth or maybe in this case his conception at the 8th day. I think the only way it could coincide with what we are seeing today is that Noah may have been born on the same day as creation and the birth of Jesus. Now that is interesting…

I don’t think any of this changes the events that we are seeing today.

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