Saturday, September 11, 2010


I just found this amazing link on a friend’s site at facebook and posted it to my wall after reading it:

The article explains that the New Moon wasn't sighted until sunset on September 10th, at the beginning of the September 11th Sabbath in Jerusalem. This means that the second day of Rosh Hashanah began at sunset in Jerusalem on Saturday, September 11th, which is equivalent to 10:51 a.m.(CST) on September 11, 2010 for Americans. At that time, the Sabbath ended and the shofars were able to sound.

Could the Rapture therefore be today?

Video, New Moon of Yom Teruah 2010:

The New Moon was sighted at sunset in Jerusalem on September 10th! This means that today, 9-11, is the second day of Rosh Hashanah!

Are we in for a surprise before tomorrow morning? Could the heavenly Shofar sound tonight when then angels come to take us to be with Yahshua in Heaven?

It’s still possible, so keep looking up!

If not tonight though, don’t give up hope. Read my Pyramid causeway article and be encouraged!

The Prophecy in Stone at Giza - A Time Clock Tied to
Yahshua’s First and Second Coming and the Rapture of the Church: