Ezra wrote in the Fourth Book of Esdras of the
Jewish Apocrypha that there were two and a half
parts remaining of a twelve-part age.  That was
approximately two and a half millennia ago.  
Whether that was based on some superstitious
belief, divine revelation, or a cosmic cycle of
events is a moot point.  Following a directive from
the U.S. Air Force Chief of Staff, a research paper
entitled "Planetary Defense: Catastrophic Health
Insurance for Planet Earth" was drafted in October
1996 and submitted to the U.S. Department of
Defense recommending that a global defense
system be in place by the year 2025 to deal with
asteroid/comet impacts.  
NASA is planning a
mission to send astronauts to an asteroid by the
year 2025.  Evidence continues to mount that Deep
Underground Military Bases (DUMBs) are being  
constructed on a global scale in preparation for a
Mass Extinction Event in the near future.  The U.S.
Command and Control Center is located at the

Mount Weather DUMB

There may be a correlation between a possible
disturbance in the Oort Cloud causing comets
such as the
ISON comet, whose trajectory to the
inner solar system has been plotted by NASA
technicians, and the passing of the solar system
through the galactic equator marking the end of
the Mayan Long Count Calendar on December 21,
2012.  More data would be required to make a final

The beginning of this twelve-part age emerged
approximately twelve millennia ago following a
Mass Extinction Event that plunged the world into
Many ancient accounts exist of how
things developed in the world as it recovered
from this event.  One such account is found in the
first chapter of Genesis which attributes this
development to a group of Elohim.

The end of this twelve-part age is Abib 1, 6001; a
date on the Adamic calendar which has yet to be
associated with a date on the Gregorian calendar.  
The Adamic calendar, which is no longer in use,
was lunar-based.  A shofar was sounded, in
accordance with Psalm 81:3-4, upon sighting the
emerging crescent of the New Moon to announce
the beginning of a new month.  Nobody knew
beforehand, therefore, the day and the hour of the
first day of the month.  Every seventh day
following the first day of the month was
considered the Sabbath Day.

The synchronization of the Adamic and Gregorian
calendars is
contingent upon seven events in the
Book of Revelation happening on specific dates
which coincide with the first day of each of the
first seven months of the Adamic calendar.
Asteroid Apophis  may represent one of those
events as there is a very remote possibility that it
will impact Earth on Friday the 13th of April 2029
which corresponds to the sounding of the second
shofar to announce the first day of the second
month of the Adamic calendar.

When John wrote the Book of Revelation toward
the end of the first century CE, he sent warnings
to the seven churches of Asia Minor which had yet
to be subjugated by Rome.  Those warnings went
unheeded and, three centuries later, Rome
consolidated its power over Christianity at the
Councils of Nicea and Laodicea.  Muslims
eventually overran Asia Minor leaving those
churches in ruins.

More ominous than the warnings issued to the
Christians of Asia Minor in the first century CE are
the warnings to Christians of today.  "Not
everyone who says to Me, 'Lord, Lord,' shall enter
the kingdom of heaven, but he who does the will
of My Father in heaven.  Many will say to Me in
that day, ' Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in
Your name, cast out demons in Your name, and
done many wonders in your Name?'  And then I will
declare to them, 'I never knew you; depart from
me, you who practice lawlessness."  (Matthew
7:21-23, NKJV)

"Therefore when you see the 'abomination of
desolation', spoken of by Daniel the prophet,
standing in the holy place' (whoever reads, let him
understand) 'then let those who are in Judea flee
to the mountains." (Matthew 24:15-16, NKJV)  This
was one of a series of responses to the disciples'
questions regarding the end of the age.  Writing in
reference to the end of days, Daniel placed this
event 1,335 days prior to that end (Daniel 12:11-13).

Given that the End of the Age is Abib 1, 6001, the
'abomination of desolation' will take place around
the middle of the year 5997 of the Adamic
calendar.  Three religions claim Jerusalem.  The
question is which one would advocate its
desolation.  A clue might be found in Ezekiel 38:5-9.

"Watch therefore, for you know neither the day
nor the hour in which the Son of Man is coming."  
(Matthew 25:13, NKJV)  This is applicable to the
first day of the month since it is not determined
until after the waxing crescent moon is first
sighted.  It is the only day of the month of the
Adamic calendar for which this verse would apply.  
The sounding of the
seven shofars cited in the
Book of Revelation coincides with the first day of
each of the first seven months of this calendar.

The last question posed by the disciples regarding
the End of the Age was not recorded in any of the
Gospels.  It is found in the Book of the Acts of the
Apostles.  "Therefore when they had come
together, they asked Him, saying, 'Lord, will You at
this time restore the kingdom to Israel?'  And He
said to them, 'It is not for you to know times or
seasons which the Father has put in His own
authority.  But you shall receive power when the
Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you shall be my
witnesses to Me in Jerusalem, and in all of Judea
and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.'"
(Acts 1:7-8. NKJV)

Israel has been divided ever since eleven tribes
seceded from the kingdom after the death of King
Solomon (I Kings 11) in protest of a heavy tax
burden.  The Tribe of Benjamin later allied itself
with the Tribe of Judah.  The descendants of the
kingdoms of Israel and Judah have continued to
oppose each other.  When the disciples were
commissioned to go into all of Judea and Samaria,
a bitter hatred existed between Jews and
Samaritans who had all descended from the tribes
of Israel (John 4:9).
 The restoration of the
kingdom to Israel, with the reunification of all
twelve tribes, will be accomplished at the
sounding of the seventh shofar of the Book of
William T. DeMente
END of the AGE - ABIB 1, 6001
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