Category Archives: Lost 10 Tribes

END TIME: END of Gentile Rule Coming! Israel’s Deliverance Immanent!

Maybe you have heard about this, or maybe not. But the gentiles have been ruling the earth now for almost 2520 years. Their rule started after the House of Judah was taken captive and has continued to this day. What will that mean for the world? Should we be concerned?

The Book of Daniel begins with Daniel coming face to face with Nebuchadnezzar the leader of Babylonia. The Babylonians took the House of Judah captive because they had strayed from the Torah (Instructions) and began following Babylonian ways. Yahua was angered by their departure from the Torah, and He turned His back on them and allowed them to be taken captive, just as He said when He made the covenant with them in the wilderness.

In other words, Judah did not choose life. And neither did the Israelites of the northern kingdom – the House of Israel headed by Ephraim. They were taken captive by the Assyrians centuries earlier.

During the time of Daniel, Nebuchadnezzar had a dream about a giant statue with a head of gold, breastplate and arms of silver, stomach and thighs of brass, two legs of iron, and feet mixed with iron and clay. He didn’t understand the dream, and sought for answers. But he made a demand in order to tell whether or not the teller was gifted enough to tell him the truth. He demanded that they tell him the dream, and its meaning. Of course, they balked.
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ENOCH CALENDAR: The Feast of the Weeks

This feast is unknown to most people, including those who practice keeping the feast days. Another of the appointed Feasts is the Feast of Firstfruits – a harvest related feast that happens on the 15th day of the third month of the Enoch Calendar.

The Calendar was revealed to our father Enoch by the Messenger Uriel, who, by the way, was given charge over the appointed times and the sun, moon and stars. However, no mention is made in Enoch about the Feasts and High Days. Instead these were given to Moses and the people of Israel at the time of the Exodus. These were spelled out both by experience and as recorded in the Torah (Instructions).

But since that time, the people of Israel, all 12 tribes, not just Jews who were from Judah, departed from the Instructions and decided to learn how the other nations followed their gods and ran their lives. So after the Kingdom of Israel split into the House of Israel and the House of Judah, they began to follow the secular calendar of the Babylonians. Because this practice led them into uncleanness both Houses at different times were led into both captivity and then were dispersed. Continue reading

Enoch’s Calendar, Natsarim, and Witnesses

If you are following Enoch’s calendar you would know that the day of this writing is the Sabbath, and is the last day of the fifth week in the “Feast of Weeks.” One interesting fact of this seven week period leading up to the Feast of Firstfruits, was the prohibition instruction in the Torah about not eating any grain. I just heard a giant gulp!

Here is the quote, about which I have written …

And you do not eat bread or roasted grain or fresh grain until the same day that you have brought an offering [Wave Loaves] to your Elohim – a law forever in all your dwellings. (Lev 23:16)

What does this mean for us?

For some, it probably is “proof” that there are some “nuts” in the world. But for those with insight and understanding, it should mean that there will be no “harvest” (speaking of resurrection and eternal life) during this time.

And that is exactly what the Scriptures teach concerning those pesky seven “weeks” of Enoch’s vision. …

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END TIME: Is the “TORAH” relevant? The Sabbath? The Constitution?

It is very difficult for most People to understand that the time in the  Enoch Year (2009/2010) from Monday at Sunset through Tuesday at sunset is the Sabbath Day as taught in the Torah and the Sabbath that was set apart at the beginning. Is that relevant today? But that is only one item. What about the Torah or even the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution? Are they relevant? Some opine that none of these are “relevant in this age of ‘new enlightenment.’”

Some ask: How could the Sabbath be on a Monday and Tuesday? Wasn’t it “supposed” to be on Friday and Saturday? or on Sunday? Or maybe, as some believe, it was “done away” or “fulfilled.”

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