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The Heart of Time

 

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Our journey thus far has been one of traveling through time. Some say that time travel is impossible, but the truth is, nobody can deny that we are all traveling through time. Whether we like it or not, we cannot cease to move with the flow of its current. The only variable is, what turns will I make, and when? As a canoe can be steered in a river with its oars, our decisions at key points in the flow of time will render us safe passage through the turbulence of life—or capsize us in the chilly waters that threaten to engulf the soul.

Carelessness and inattention are among the deadliest behaviors in the face of danger. Just as the canoer must watch for the river’s twists and turns and technical conditions, so the time traveler must never lose sight of the clocks that govern his journey. Since the first divine clock—the clock of Jesus as our Intercessor in Orion—was published in 2010, we followed the mercy of our Lord and the blood of His sacrifice in relatively wide tranquility until reaching pleasant shores in the autumn of 2016. However, the Lord brought to our attention the needs of others downstream, and we made a choice to forego our stop and to brave the waters that we had not charted before—one of those split-second decisions that forever determines the course of the future.

Soon we adjusted to the new flow of time and another divine clock was discovered—the clock of God the Father in the Mazzaroth. Both clocks were ticking like two expert witnesses whose deposition of critical actions and reactions of mankind amid earth’s final rapids were recorded to be available for the courts of heaven forever.

The Orion clock, representing Jesus’ sacrifice, transitioned to the Horologium clock as the appearance of the comet Bernardinelli–Bernstein on the pendulum clock signaled the return of Jesus Christ in power and great glory. It’s ticking cometary clock-hand marked out the hours of one specific day or year: 2022. It also signified what had gone before, and what was to follow—but its distinctive pendulum indicated the great shift that would turn the fate of the world and translate the kingdoms of this earth to the iron rule of the God of heaven.

As Passover has “passed over,” and the second month has rolled into the third, can the gulf between this world and the next still be navigated? What time traveler can cross this event horizon unharmed? In our studies, we have made a progression in our efforts to understand the times that the Father hath put in His own power. We studied to understand the signs of the times in relation to the biblical calendar that indicates that the true Hebrew anniversary of Christ’s death on the cross fell this year on April 17, 2022. Then we studied further in relation to the second-month Passover, which coincided with a blood moon on May 16. Many important signs and discoveries in prophecy accompanied that Passover; it was truly the Passover that was kept in antitype to Joshua’s Passover, at which the Captain of the host appeared.

Some have taken the calendar a month further and have considered a third possibility, combining a second-month Passover with the second possible starting of the year, but is this even valid? Every year there are two possible months that can begin the year: either the first month after the spring equinox, or—if barley is not sufficiently ripe—the month after that. But these are only possibilities, which were used for calculating the High Sabbath List during past times and thus discovering the DNA of Jesus Christ, but just as genes can be ether expressed or repressed, only one calendrical possibility comes true in a given year, depending on the divine providences that ripen the barley. Once the calendar has been determined for the year, there are only two possible Passovers: the official one in the first month, and the emergency observance in the second month—nothing in the third month.

Then we studied the memorial anniversary of Christ’s death on May 25—the literal date that would have been entered into the death records of Rome according to the calendar that had been established by Julius Caesar and was in use at that time. Perhaps it was even etched into the minds of Peter, James, and John and the women and many others who mourned Jesus’ death as they grasped for light in the darkness of that atrocity.

While we considered the events transpiring in the world at the times indicated by all those methods of calendation looking for evidence of Babylon’s fall and the rise of the redeemed, we did not see it in full. We saw many important things—covered in prior articles—but the time of deliverance was evidently not yet, because one clock had not yet been consulted to determine the true anniversary dates of Christ’s great sacrifice—the only clock authorized to make known the time of Christ’s return: the clock of the Father.

Albert Barnes, in his Notes on the Gospels, says: “Others have said that the verb rendered knoweth means sometimes to make known, or to reveal, and that the passage means, ‘that day and hour none maketh known, neither the angels, nor the Son, but the Father.’ It is true the word has sometimes that meaning, as 1 Corinthians 2:2.” {SCOC 54.2}

Can it be that the Mazzaroth—the clock of the Father, on which the sun points the hour—tells us something valuable that has not been considered yet? We have seen many times that God has often led us a year (or multiple years) in advance, giving significance to specific Gregorian dates. Not to give undue honor to Pope Gregory XIII, however, we would prefer to call such dates “solar anniversaries,” since they should mark when the sun returns to the same place.

However, referring to solar anniversaries as far back as the crucifixion of Christ becomes problematic, partly because the day on which He died was before the popes had adjusted the calendar to more precisely match the length of the solar year, and thus, the sun on May 25 of AD 31[1] was not in the same position as on May 25 in the year 2022—and the “solar anniversary” nomenclature breaks down. For this reason, we refer to such dates as “memorial anniversaries,” referring to the simple notion that this would be the date “remembered” by those who were present.

To the spiritually inquisitive mind, this begs the question: “What would the true solar anniversary of Christ’s crucifixion be, in the year 2022?” Has anyone ever asked that question? It could be alternatively phrased, “When will the sun be in the same position in the Mazzaroth as it was on the day of the crucifixion?” What might be the implications of finding this answer on the clock of God the Father? In contemplating the meaning of the Passion Week for us today, would it not be far more divine to study the true anniversaries of the events of that week according to the calendar of the solar bridegroom, rather than looking at a Roman calendar anniversary?

Jesus In Gethsemane

Turning to Stellarium, the answer is easy to find. That is, as easy as punching in the date of Christ’s crucifixion to find where the sun was at the time of His death. If life depended on it, the majority of Christians would at this point start to sweat their own drops of blood, because there is so much uncertainty and falsehood surrounding that date. And yet, it could turn out that our salvation literally depends on knowing it. Dear reader, you can praise God for the beautiful two-part study entitled Full Moon at Gethsemane, written and published in 2010 by John Scotram. In this study, all the prominent controversies clouding the date of the crucifixion are dispelled, and what remains is… well… the beautiful “full moon at Gethsemane” on the night of May 24/25 in the year AD 31. In that article, the reader learns the rules of God’s lunisolar calendar and how to calculate it—which is not difficult with today’s tools. But that is not our present task; we want our eyes to be opened. We want to see that moon that shed its silver rays on our Lord as He manhandled the weight of the world’s sins—alone.

The Passover moon shone broad and full

Do you see the moon rising in the evening sky? Do you feel the comfortable breeze of a late spring evening?

In company with His disciples, the Saviour slowly made His way to the garden of Gethsemane. The Passover moon, broad and full, shone from a cloudless sky... {DA 685.1}

At the moment pictured, the moon was 99.8% illuminated and increasing toward 100% through the night of Christ’s agony, arrest, and trial before the high priest, as it inched its way toward the galactic equator. What does this mean? And why is the moon playing such a prominent role in the closing hours of the earthly life of Jesus, who, as the Bridegroom, is represented by the sun?

Daylight had come over Jerusalem by 5:00 a.m. that Passover morning, without daylight savings time, according to how we measure time today.

When morning arose

When the morning was come, all the chief priests and elders of the people took counsel against Jesus to put him to death: (Matthew 27:1)

The Roman judge convicted Jesus and condemned Him to crucifixion that morning. The Gethsemane moon that hung over the city as He suffered at the hands of the religious leaders the night before, had now set, but its journey to the galactic equator was not yet finished.

As Jesus was arraigned before Pontius Pilate, the moon continued its steady course until it invisibly crossed the galactic equator at 8:03 a.m. the morning of Friday, May 25, AD 31, where it peaked at 100% illumination.

The hour of the crucifixion

The fullness of the condemnation and the time of His undeserved punishment for the crimes of others had arrived.

And it was the third hour, and they crucified him. (Mark 15:25)

The Crucifixion of Jesus

Eight o’clock might at first seem to contradict the third hour, but the time of sunrise (and sunset) is important for determining the hours of the day as recorded in Scripture. In that age, sundials were used to divide the daylight into twelve equal parts, numbered one through twelve. (They had no need for daylight savings time because the hours of every day were aligned to sunrise and sunset.) To our modern way of thinking, their hours were longer or shorter by season and location as the timing and duration of daylight differed. Wikipedia offers some examples for a Roman spring, summer, autumn, and winter using the following chart, which plots the ancient twelve hours of daylight (bottom half) on a 24-hour military-style clock dial :

Sundial clock comparison

For the morning of our Lord’s trial before Pontius Pilate on May 25, AD 31, it was late spring; the summer solstice had not yet arrived. Therefore, the hour comparison would lie somewhere between the first two examples in the chart above—a little closer to the second clock wheel. But we need not guess, because our modern tools provide the same information more directly.

In Stellarium, if we switch to a view of the morning sun at the same time as the 100%-illuminated full moon, we can see the sunrise and sunset times listed for that day:

The sun at the time of the crucifixion

The sundials simply divided the daylight hours into twelve equal parts. Stretching twelve hours from the sunrise time of 4:55 a.m. to the sunset time of 6:51 p.m. would result in the following mapping to “sundial time.”

Solar hour chart for the crucifixion

The third hour corresponds to the range from 7:14 a.m. to 8:24 a.m. Therefore, at what we would call 8:03 a.m. on May 25, AD 31, when the moon had reached the galactic equator at 100% illumination, it was the third solar hour when Christ was crucified, as the sacred record states.

But why is it the moon that marks this hour? Why, to mark the hour of His sacrifice, does the Creator use this feminine symbol, which is more connected to the church than to her Lord?

There can be no growth or fruitfulness in the life that is centered in self. If you have accepted Christ as a personal Saviour, you are to forget yourself, and try to help others. Talk of the love of Christ, tell of His goodness. Do every duty that presents itself. Carry the burden of souls upon your heart, and by every means in your power seek to save the lost. As you receive the Spirit of Christ—the Spirit of unselfish love and labor for others—you will grow and bring forth fruit. The graces of the Spirit will ripen in your character. Your faith will increase, your convictions deepen, your love be made perfect. More and more you will reflect the likeness of Christ [like the moon] in all that is pure, noble, and lovely.

“The fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, longsuffering, gentleness, goodness, faith, meekness, temperance.” Galatians 5:22, 23. This fruit can never perish, but will produce after its kind a harvest unto eternal life.

“When the fruit is brought forth, immediately he putteth in the sickle, because the harvest is come.” Christ is waiting with longing desire for the manifestation of Himself in His church. When the character of Christ shall be perfectly reproduced [100% full] in His people, then He will come to claim them as His own.

It is the privilege of every Christian not only to look for but to hasten the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, (2 Peter 3:12, margin). Were all who profess His name bearing fruit to His glory, how quickly the whole world would be sown with the seed of the gospel. Quickly the last great harvest would be ripened, and Christ would come to gather the precious grain. {COL 67.3-69.2}

You may ask yourself: “Have I reproduced the character of Christ perfectly?” Did I sacrifice all to reach the dying with the balm of Christ’s love? Did I help bring in the last great harvest, for Christ to come? If you believe in a second chance for the left behind (we do not), then you might ask yourself: “Could the harvest be greater still, if I would work through the darkness of the night of earth’s last great tribulation, patiently bearing the cross with the left behind, despite the shame, and though undeserved because Jesus’ blood already cleansed all my sin?” Just because the Lord promises to spare you from tribulation does not mean that you cannot approach the throne of God as a sovereign individual, in humility, and offer to willingly endure what others must, so as to lead as Christ led. “Not my will, but Thine.” How far will you follow the Lamb,[2] who uttered the following words?

My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?
  Why are you so far from saving me,
  so far from my cries of anguish?
My God, I cry out by day, but you do not answer,
  by night, but I find no rest.

Yet you are enthroned as the Holy One;
  you are the one Israel praises.
In you our ancestors put their trust;
  they trusted and you delivered them.
To you they cried out and were saved;
  in you they trusted and were not put to shame.

But I am a worm and not a man,
  scorned by everyone, despised by the people.
All who see me mock me;
  they hurl insults, shaking their heads.
“He trusts in the Lord,” they say,
  “let the Lord rescue him.
Let him deliver him,
  since he delights in him.”

Yet you brought me out of the womb;
  you made me trust in you, even at my mother’s breast.
From birth I was cast on you;
  from my mother’s womb you have been my God.

Do not be far from me,
  for trouble is near
  and there is no one to help. (Psalm 22:1-11 NIV)

Such was the darkness that enfolded the cross until the ninth hour.

And it was about the sixth hour, and there was a darkness over all the earth until the ninth hour. And the sun was darkened, and the veil of the temple was rent in the midst. And when Jesus had cried with a loud voice, he said, Father, into thy hands I commend my spirit: and having said thus, he gave up the ghost. (Luke 23:44-46)

Using the chart above, one can easily determine that the hour when the King of kings and Lord of lords had given all was between 2:12 and 3:22 p.m., which was the ninth hour, the hour of the evening sacrifice. To complete our quest for the solar anniversary of Christ’s death on the cross, we need only one more piece of information: the position of the sun at His death. We choose 3:00 p.m. as a round number representative of the ninth hour:

The sun at the time of Christ's death

Even though it was still daytime, the picture above has the atmospheric effects disabled in order to more clearly show the sun’s position in relation to the background stars. The darkened sun was in the hand of Orion at the hour of Christ’s death, when He uttered those words, “Father, into thy hands I commend my spirit.”

In Jewish inclusive counting, the crucifixion took seven hours. The perfect and complete sacrifice had been made for sin—which was to be proven on the third day.

Before sunset that night, the body of Jesus had been taken down from the cross and laid in the tomb where He rested on that singular High Sabbath, the first day of the feast of unleavened bread, which Providence ensured would fall on the seventh day of the week that year.

The Jews therefore, because it was the preparation, that the bodies should not remain upon the cross on the sabbath day, (for that sabbath day was an high day,) besought Pilate that their legs might be broken, and that they might be taken away. (John 19:31)

After caring for the Savior’s body, the disciples kept the Sabbath in their homes while Jesus rested in the tomb, until the greatest miracle of all time shook the earth and called Him from its grasp.

The Resurrection

Skipping forward through the Sabbath hours and the night following, we come to the morning of the resurrection, before the sun rises at 5:00 a.m. on Sunday, May 27, AD 31. As we approach the garden with Mary, we behold a sight like no other. An angel is seen above the tomb of Jesus, represented by Mercury, visible near the horizon in the early morning hours of that day (lower left):

The resurrection angel

Now, priests and rulers, where is the power of your guard? Brave soldiers that have never been afraid of human power are now as captives taken without sword or spear. The face they look upon is not the face of mortal warrior; it is the face of the mightiest of the Lord’s host. This messenger is he who fills the position from which Satan fell. It is he who on the hills of Bethlehem proclaimed Christ’s birth. The earth trembles at his approach, the hosts of darkness flee, and as he rolls away the stone [like in the moon-Venus occultation of May 27, 2022], heaven seems to come down to the earth. The soldiers see him removing the stone as he would a pebble, and hear him cry, Son of God, come forth; Thy Father calls Thee. They see Jesus come forth from the grave, and hear Him proclaim over the rent sepulcher, “I am the resurrection, and the life.” As He comes forth in majesty and glory, the angel host bow low in adoration before the Redeemer, and welcome Him with songs of praise. {DA 779.3}

Shining in all its strength, the sun comes up in representation of the risen Savor, who, indifferent to His own death, answers the Father’s call. He rises as Orion and ascends to the heavenly temple, where He becomes the High Priest of the eternal order of Melchizedek.

Animation of the resurrection morning

We hurry with Mary to the tomb.

And they found the stone rolled away from the sepulchre. And they entered in, and found not the body of the Lord Jesus. And it came to pass, as they were much perplexed thereabout, behold, two men stood by them in shining garments: (Luke 24:2-4)

Do you see the two men in shining garments, too? Let us get a better look by panning slightly to the left:

The two angels in the tomb

As the sun reaches the galactic equator and thus activates the constellations on both sides of it, we see that not only has the Savior risen, but the two angels have also appeared to comfort us and testify of the truth of the gospel of Jesus Christ:

And as they were afraid, and bowed down their faces to the earth, they said unto them, Why seek ye the living among the dead? He is not here, but is risen: remember how he spake unto you when he was yet in Galilee, Saying, The Son of man must be delivered into the hands of sinful men, and be crucified, and the third day rise again. (Luke 24:5-7)

It is not every day that the sun is on the galactic equator. It is not every day that these constellations rise with it. It is not every day that Mercury appears before the sunrise. All of these “coincidences” prove by the Scriptures that Jesus Christ died and rose to eternal life in AD 31, on May 25-27. It was not AD 29. Nor AD 33. Neither was it in March or April, nor with a Wednesday crucifixion. Christ was crucified in AD 31, when the Passover moon shone broad and full on the galactic equator, and He rose the third day as the sun also reached the galactic equator on the opposite side. Orion rose, and the twins of Gemini appeared as “heaven seemed to come down to earth” in testimony to the truth that was presented in the beautiful two-part study of 2010 entitled Full Moon at Gethsemane. On this evidence alone, one has reason to believe.

See that ye refuse not him that speaketh. For if they escaped not who refused him that spake on earth, much more shall not we escape, if we turn away from him that speaketh from heaven: Whose voice then shook the earth: but now he hath promised, saying, Yet once more I shake not the earth only, but also heaven. (Hebrews 12:25-26)

Do you accept His cross, despite the shame? Do you accept the truth not only that Christ was sacrificed for your sins, but the truth of when He was sacrificed? It might make all the difference!

Ye Shall Receive Power

The two angels in the tomb made reference to the saying of Jesus in Galilee. This calls to mind another—or perhaps the same—two angels who also spoke of Galilee (or better said, to the Galileans).

And while they looked stedfastly toward heaven as he went up, behold, two men stood by them in white apparel; Which also said, Ye men of Galilee, why stand ye gazing up into heaven? this same Jesus, which is taken up from you into heaven, shall so come in like manner as ye have seen him go into heaven. (Acts 1:10-11)

Thus, the return of Jesus is, by definition of this verse, connected to the sign of the two angels that testified of Christ’s resurrection from the dead. This is strong evidence that we need to find the solar anniversary of His resurrection if we are to know the time of His return!

Furthermore, the verses above directly follow Jesus’ last words on earth:

When they therefore were come together, they asked of him, saying, Lord, wilt thou at this time restore again the kingdom to Israel? And he said unto them, It is not for you [disciples of AD 31] to know the times or the seasons, which the Father hath put in his own power. But ye [disciples who preach till the end of the world] shall receive power, after that the Holy Ghost is come upon you: and ye shall be witnesses unto me both in Jerusalem, and in all Judaea, and in Samaria, and unto the uttermost part of the earth. And when he had spoken these things, while they beheld, he was taken up; and a cloud received him out of their sight. (Acts 1:6-9)

Jesus answered the question of His disciples in the best way possible to give them strength for their work without discouraging them with the knowledge of the long millennia that would transpire till the end would come. But He also intermingled with the promise of Pentecost a promise to those who would finish the work of carrying the gospel to the end of the world: ye shall receive POWER! This is the power we received through the latter rain—the power that is concentrated in the ark of the covenant, which is the seat of the Father dwelling among His people. (The teachings of this article came to light on Sabbath, May 28, 2022, when the ark of the covenant was completely drawn in the heavens!) And what does this power include? It includes the answer to the disciples’ question, “Wilt thou at this time restore again the kingdom to Israel?”

Is this not the essence of our questioning today?

The implication of Jesus’ words was that when the gospel had been preached to the uttermost part of the earth, then He would return, and that return would be in the same way as His departure. But the disciples could not yet know that time, because it depended upon their labors. As we look at our generation and see that genetic engineering threatens to eliminate the seed of God like a virus that is contaminating the gene pool, we believe that God’s people have fulfilled their task, each as God led them, which in our case was by warning the entire connected world through our website presence over the past ten years in addition to local outreach. In our last article, Behold the Power of God, we brought the fullness of His glory to the world, and with it we received power and the Holy Spirit.

Those who have not understood the truth have fallen short not because it was unavailable, but because they did not seek it; and the pastors of the world whose trust it was to disseminate the truth and did not do so will carry the guilt of the eternal loss of those who could have known it through their efforts. The unveiling of the ark of the covenant is the evidence that the gospel has been preached. Everyone can see the power of God, and now—as promised in the book of Acts—we can look for Jesus to descend in the same way He ascended: knowing the time.

Now that we know where the sun was on the day of Christ’s resurrection, when He carried the first fruits of His sacrifice and presented them to the Father, we are thus equipped to determine the true solar anniversary of this event in the year 2022 according to the clock of the Father. This means we want to find the date when the sun will be in Orion’s hand (for the solar anniversary of the crucifixion) or on the galactic equator (for the solar anniversary of the resurrection).

The Bridegroom with the censer This is the fuller meaning of the sign in the sun that was presented in Behold the Power of God. The beautiful portrait of Jesus with raised arm that was recognized in that article is a picture of the sun in Orion’s hand—not in AD 31, when Jesus ascended as our Intercessor, but in 2022, when Jesus comes forth as victor for His people. Now, Orion with sun in hand represents Jesus with the censer of fire, ready to throw it down as soon as this sun (where this portrait appeared) reaches the designated place in the Mazzaroth.

In this way, the sign that appeared on March 7 and was understood on May 24, literally showed in pictorial form the date we are about to find, when the Bridegroom will come out of His chamber (when the sun will come out of Taurus) and the coals from the altar will be cast upon the earth.

When is this true solar anniversary of the resurrection day in 2022? The answer is found by adjusting the date in Stellarium until the sun is in the same position (i.e., on the galactic equator).

The sidereal anniversary of the resurrection

Why is the solar anniversary so far from May 27? It is because we are working with the sidereal year (in relation to the fixed stars) instead of the tropical year (in relation to the seasons). These are different because of the precession of the equinoxes, which refers to the fact that over the millennia, the seasons drift in relation to the fixed stars. The summer sun which now stands on the galactic equator on June 21 will no longer do so in a thousand years; instead, it will have drifted further into the horns of Taurus, though still on June 21. Likewise, two thousand years ago, the summer sun was near the border of Gemini and Cancer; this is one of the great hands of time on the Father’s clock, which measures the millennia. The general alignment in our generation of the summer solstice with the galactic equator can be taken as one more indication, on the grand scale, that we are living in the time for Christ’s return.

The Apple of His Eye

For the Lord himself shall descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of the archangel, and with the trump of God: and the dead in Christ shall rise first: (1 Thessalonians 4:16)

Having the ark of the covenant revealed, it is now clear how Jesus comes with the voice of the archangel. The archangel (or “ark” angel) in this scene is one of the two covering cherubim standing at the ark of the covenant, namely Taurus or Aquarius. The sun is activating Taurus as the archangel in question whose voice accompanies the Lord’s descent.

In the northern eye of Taurus is also the “twinkling” Mercury, as seen in the image above, fulfilling another sign of the resurrection.

In a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trump: for the trumpet shall sound, and the dead shall be raised incorruptible, and we shall be changed. (1 Corinthians 15:52)

This twinkling was foreshadowed on the day the light in this article was received, May 28, 2022, when the ark of the covenant had been fully drawn, including the end of the handle of the carrying rod as shown in the previous article. (We will discover later whether these are indeed the ends of the ark’s carrying poles.)

The handles of the ark

Mercury is in the leg of Taurus, as if getting ready to carry the ark after coming to the right place to pick it up. When the handle was thus far completed by the sun, the sun was in the middle of Taurus indicating that place where Mercury must come to: his eye (the twinkling of the eye).

To be very precise, Mercury reaches the star Ain on June 22, 2022, at exactly eight o’clock in the morning, Jerusalem time.

Mercury hits the mark

This is the day of God’s wrath, and the big day for those who are the apple of His eye, who will have been taken away from the world—taken up into the cloud of witnesses represented by Hyades. Those who are left behind will wake up on June 22, the first full day of summer, but they will not find salvation, though they search desperately for it in the months that will follow, until the lamentation becomes theirs:

The harvest is past, the summer is ended, and we are not saved. (Jeremiah 8:20)

Don’t let that be you.

Now learn a parable of the fig tree; When his branch is yet tender, and putteth forth leaves, ye know that summer is nigh: So likewise ye, when ye shall see all these things, know that it is near, even at the doors. Verily I say unto you, This generation shall not pass, till all these things be fulfilled. Heaven and earth shall pass away, but my words shall not pass away. (Matthew 24:32-35)

Those three and a half weeks from May 28 to the beginning of summer on June 21 constitute the last period of strengthening for those who are enduring these days in faith. For that reason, a notice was placed on our website this week, alerting our readers to watch for this publication and pray for its preparation.

Notice for the week of May 29 to June 4

Through the Ark of the Covenant in heaven, it has been revealed that on June 22, 2022, the unmixed wrath of God will fall upon the earth. Certain things will happen that will shorten the month of June. As the events of this week unfold, may all of God’s people be in prayer to stay worthy and not lose the crown of eternal life. Ask for the Holy Spirit’s guidance for the publishing team for the preparation of an article that will explain why and how this conclusion was reached. With this announcement, we shout in victory for the crumbling of Babylon’s walls and give thanks for how the Lord is leading us each day.

May this article strengthen all who cherish the resurrection and return of the Lord. As the sun came out of Taurus in AD 31 at the galactic equator when Jesus came out of the tomb, so the sun comes out of his chamber again in 2022—this time at the “door” of summer. It represents the Bridegroom who comes to raise the dead whom He purchased and take them, together with the living, to be with Him forever.

The delivery (and messenger) of the light that puts the twinkle in the eyes of the church of Philadelphia is inextricably linked to the light itself. Many are led by God and receive His wisdom, but this does not mean they all serve Him in the same capacity. Just as the light of God was shed all across the camp of Israel yet one tribe and priesthood was chosen to serve the Lord in the sanctuary as His official ministrants, so have the bearers of the ark today been called. They are to handle the sacred vessels and disseminate the words from the throne of God to His people.

In Revelation’s description of the throne room, the 144,000 alone are able to learn the song that is sung at the throne of God.

And they sung as it were a new song before the throne, and before the four beasts, and the elders: and no man could learn that song but the hundred and forty and four thousand, which were redeemed from the earth. These are they which were not defiled with women; for they are virgins. These are they which follow the Lamb whithersoever he goeth. These were redeemed from among men, being the firstfruits unto God and to the Lamb. (Revelation 14:3-4)

Their song is the song of Moses and the Lamb—the song of self-sacrificial love. This is brotherly love, which is the hallmark of the saints of Philadelphia, which also plays a role in Taurus. A sister in Christ published a video recently that included a description of the star Ain at minute 17:18. She explains that the name Ain means “the eye of the bull,” or simply the bullseye, which is the goal for shooting a perfect shot, signifying the perfection of brotherly love epitomized by the church of Philadelphia. This is the goal that must be reached by those who will see God face to face without death.

She also touched on the fact that the stars of the Hyades cluster—“the congregation”—that form the center group of the constellation of Taurus can be compared to the seven churches of Asia. To elaborate a little further, this is accomplished by flipping the constellation, which is commonly done in order to present the constellations on a celestial globe. In other words, the flipped constellation is the correct one for map comparisons.

The seven churches: as above, so below

The star Aldebaran corresponds to the church of Ephesus, while the other eye (Ain) corresponds to the church of Philadelphia. Laodicea is not part of the constellation because it has been spewed out:

So then because thou art lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will spue thee out of my mouth. (Revelation 3:16)

The opposite of love is indifference: lukewarmness, neither cold nor hot. It is the limit of entropy—a heart that has no thermodynamic energy available for conversion into usefulness for the Creator. It is a conscience that is completely numb and can no longer be pricked into responding to the Holy Spirit. Indifference is the opposite of love.

Perfect Love Has No Fear

The name of the star Ain is reminiscent of the city by the name of Ai in the Bible, which was on a hill or mountain, corresponding to the fact that Ain is the northernmost star of the group. This was the second city that the Israelites conquered, but they failed at first because of greed and self-seeking. Achan, the troubler of Israel, took of the gold and silver and garments that were either accursed or dedicated to the Lord who fought for them. Do not be tempted to think that if God’s wrath is poured out on June 22, 2022, and that if it takes the form of nuclear missiles raining fire down from heaven on the cities, that you can bet on gold and silver to make a gain in case the rapture doesn’t happen. It would be a conflict of interest and a betrayal of the God you serve, to whom the gold and silver was dedicated in the time of Joshua. Do not make gains on the tragedy of others. And for the lukewarm who might come to us or solicit membership in our Philadelphia community when they hear the war drums and see the rockets positioned, it’s too late. We believe probation has closed.

Then I saw Jesus lay off His priestly attire and clothe Himself with His most kingly robes. Upon His head were many crowns, a crown within a crown. Surrounded by the angelic host, He left heaven. The plagues were falling upon the inhabitants of the earth. Some were denouncing God and cursing Him. Others rushed to the people of God and begged to be taught how they might escape His judgments. But the saints had nothing for them. The last tear for sinners had been shed, the last agonizing prayer offered, the last burden borne, the last warning given. The sweet voice of mercy was no more to invite them. When the saints, and all heaven, were interested for their salvation, they had no interest for themselves. Life and death had been set before them. Many desired life, but made no effort to obtain it. They did not choose life, and now there was no atoning blood to cleanse the guilty, no compassionate Saviour to plead for them, and cry, “Spare, spare the sinner a little longer.” All heaven had united with Jesus, as they heard the fearful words, “It is done. It is finished.” The plan of salvation had been accomplished, but few had chosen to accept it. And as mercy’s sweet voice died away, fear and horror seized the wicked. With terrible distinctness they heard the words, “Too late! too late!” {EW 281.1}

To those who are hidden in Christ, we just say, do not partake of the accursed thing to try to save yourself from shame with a Babylonian garment. Nothing but the impeccable righteousness of Christ, accepted by faith, will do! Don’t repeat the mistakes of Joshua’s day—don’t make an Ecumenical pact with the “Gibeonites” or have mercy on those whom God has rejected.

For the Lord shall rise up as in mount Perazim, he shall be wroth as in the valley of Gibeon, that he may do his work, his strange work; and bring to pass his act, his strange act. (Isaiah 28:21)

Mercury’s approach to the star Ain signifies that it has reached the ideals of the church of Philadelphia, which is the demonstration of self-sacrificial love like Jesus taught.

Christ is waiting with longing desire for the manifestation of Himself in His church. When the character of Christ shall be perfectly reproduced in His people, then He will come to claim them as His own. {LDE 39.2}

Those who have followed the movement of “Mercury” (the messenger) since the opening of the White Cloud Farm know what it means to perfectly reproduce Christ’s character in the life. The sacrifice of Philadelphia is not about being hung on a literal cross like Jesus was. It is about making a decision to bring others to salvation, even if it costs everything you have.

That is what Jesus did. He gave up heaven—everything He had—to make Himself equal with the lowest creatures in the universe who had sunken beneath the waves of sin. He took our flesh to see through our eyes and wrestle with Satan’s temptations within the limits of our weaknesses. He showed us how to live by faith and work the works of God through faith.

Nobody can earn salvation, but everyone can fall short of it. If you are reading this and do not know about the sacrifice of Philadelphia, then allow me to say you are approaching your own hour of decision. You see the signs. You know your Lord is coming. Now you even know when He paid the ultimate price for you in AD 31, when the moon waxed full and He died the death of those who are accursed, allowing Himself to be counted to perdition to teach us the way of love.

We of White Cloud Farm have gone down our via dolorosa. We asked the Father (as perhaps others did?) to hold back the coming of His Son in 2016—not to hold back the tribulation, but to allow us to remain on earth amidst the terrible times that have come since that sacrifice in 2016. The church represented by Mercury reaches its goal, hitting the bullseye on June 21, 2022—the only question is how many individuals will reach the goal. How many individual people inside or outside of our ministry will reach the goal? Is my sacrifice worthy in God’s eyes? Am I reaching 100% of the standard of brotherly love?

Where are you, in the phases of the Passover moon? Surely you are not a dark moon, like the heathen who have nothing to do with Christ, or you wouldn’t be reading this article—at least not for the right reasons. Are you like the moon’s first sliver of light or a waxing crescent: a newborn Christian just starting to glow? Are you a first quarter moon, knowing the light, but still young in faith? Are you a waxing gibbous, growing in strength and pressing toward the bullseye? Have you reached the level of 99.8% illumination by wrestling in Gethsemane with the decision to yield your chance to go to heaven, in order to work under tribulation so that others can be there, if you believe they have a chance? Will you make the decision to take up your cross and follow Jesus 100%, whatever the cost, as Philadelphia, before those terrible words are spoken to the half-hearted: “Too late!” “I never knew you.”

As for us, we believe Jesus will come now. We do not believe in a second chance; our church made its sacrifice already. We have already worked through the night of our tribulation, our time of Jacob’s trouble. Few listened, but we will not smite the rock a second time, like Moses did. Now our prayer is for deliverance and a double reward to Babylon.

But what about you who have come to this decision late? Will you be among those who are saved alive? Have you reached your high calling? Pray. PRAY to be worthy. Don’t just pray to escape the tribulation but pray like Philadelphia prayed—to be willing to endure tribulation to reach those who aren’t ready. Then you might be counted worthy; then you might be pleasantly surprised by the outcome because “the worker is worthy of his wages,” and the rapture is ultimately in God’s hands, as He alone knows whether souls could be converted who would turn to Him only in a time of panic and fear. But if you are not willing to intercede by offering yourself as a voluntary sacrifice, the outcome is almost certain: be left behind without an Intercessor, (or face instant death in the presence of a holy God). Only those who have perfected a Christian character can be translated alive without tasting death like Enoch and Elijah.

Elijah’s Chariot

The trajectory of comet C/2021 O3 PanSTARRS is already heading upward as if depicting the ascension of antitypical Elijah. Around June 7, 2022, it will go into the constellation of Ursa Minor (the Little Dipper), which was anciently known as the “Wagon of Heaven”[3] or even the chariot “in which Elijah was carried to heaven.”[4]

The chariot of Elijah

This shows the very last window of opportunity for a PanSTARRS rapture sign—and the very last opportunity for you. The comet will leave the wagon on June 21, 2022, signaling the departure of those whose hearts were found ready to replace the stars that the dragon cast to earth with his tail.[5]

And they that be wise shall shine as the brightness of the firmament; and they that turn many to righteousness as the stars for ever and ever. (Daniel 12:3)

This once again shows how the voice of God from Hunga Tonga has announced the time of the Lord’s coming through the signs that have followed the trajectory of the comet that by faith was cast as a mountain into the sea.

The pendulum clock The pendulum clock testifies to all that has been said in this article. Since the beginning, we have recognized that the pendulum (signified by the 6:00 constellation line) swings. But how far? Now we know: it swings a full hour in each direction. On May 25, 2022, the memorial anniversary of Christ’s crucifixion, the comet 2014 UN271 Bernardinelli-Bernstein, which serves as the clock hand, perfectly indicated the 7:00 hour mark. Now the pendulum is swinging from mercy to justice as Christ has ended His intercession and will allow the plagues to fall without restraint. On exactly June 21, 2022, the comet will cross the 5:00 hour mark—the hour of the resurrection sunrise. This exact alignment shows that we must move with the pendulum. We must swing from the Gregorian anniversary of the crucifixion to the sidereal anniversary of the resurrection, from death unto life. Only those who hold on to the pendulum of time will be able to cross to the other side.

This calls to mind the cord of faith in the impressive dream of Ellen G. White about the “narrow way.” As the path got narrower and more difficult the travelers had to let go of things and cling to a cord for support that was let down from heaven until…

At length we came to a large chasm, at which our path ended. There was nothing now to guide the feet, nothing upon which to rest them. Our whole reliance must be upon the cords, which had increased in size until they were as large as our bodies. Here we were for a time thrown into perplexity and distress. We inquired in fearful whispers: “To what is the cord attached?” My husband was just before me. Large drops of sweat were falling from his brow, the veins in his neck and temples were increased to double their usual size, and suppressed, agonizing groans came from his lips. The sweat was dropping from my face, and I felt such anguish as I had never felt before. A fearful struggle was before us. Should we fail here, all the difficulties of our journey had been experienced for nought.

Before us, on the other side of the chasm, was a beautiful field of green grass, about six inches high. I could not see the sun; but bright, soft beams of light, resembling fine gold and silver, were resting upon this field. Nothing I had seen upon earth could compare in beauty and glory with this field. But could we succeed in reaching it? was the anxious inquiry. Should the cord break, we must perish. Again, in whispered anguish, the words were breathed: “What holds the cord?” For a moment we hesitated to venture. Then we exclaimed: “Our only hope is to trust wholly to the cord. It has been our dependence all the difficult way. It will not fail us now.” Still we were hesitating and distressed. The words were then spoken: “God holds the cord. We need not fear.” These words were then repeated by those behind us, accompanied with: “He will not fail us now. He has brought us thus far in safety.”

My husband then swung himself over the fearful abyss into the beautiful field beyond. I immediately followed. And, oh, what a sense of relief and gratitude to God we felt! I heard voices raised in triumphant praise to God. I was happy, perfectly happy. {2T 596.2-597.1}

The 144,000 have gone through an experience like no other. They have washed their robes in the blood of the Lamb. The fact that the 144,000 are the antitypical first fruits points to the typical feast of the second day of unleavened bread. The day of the wave sheaf offering was the day on which Jesus rose from the dead and many of the resurrected saints came out of their graves as the original first fruits of His self-sacrificial death:

And the graves were opened; and many bodies of the saints which slept arose, And came out of the graves after his resurrection, and went into the holy city, and appeared unto many. (Matthew 27:52-53)

This “special” resurrection of AD 31 when the sun was at the galactic equator was a type for the June 21, 2022, solar anniversary of Christ’s resurrection, when the sun will be at that place again. Then the new last generation of first fruits—the 144,000 who perfected their character so as to be able to see the Lord face to face without tasting death—will be presented to the Father.

Now, as the redeemed of all ages assemble in the clouds, Christ’s agony on the cross shall be rewarded and His dying wish will have come to pass:

I will declare your name to my people;
  in the assembly I will praise you.
You who fear the Lord, praise him!
  All you descendants of Jacob, honor him!
  Revere him, all you descendants of Israel!
For he has not despised or scorned
  the suffering of the afflicted one;
he has not hidden his face from him
  but has listened to his cry for help.

From you comes the theme of my praise in the great assembly;
  before those who fear you I will fulfill my vows.
The poor will eat and be satisfied;
  those who seek the Lord will praise him—
  may your hearts live forever!

All the ends of the earth
  will remember and turn to the Lord,
and all the families of the nations
  will bow down before him,
for dominion belongs to the Lord
  and he rules over the nations.

All the rich of the earth will feast and worship;
  all who go down to the dust will kneel before him—
  those who cannot keep themselves alive.
Posterity will serve him;
  future generations will be told about the Lord.
They will proclaim his righteousness,
  declaring to a people yet unborn:
  He has done it! (Psalm 22:22-31 NIV)

The 144,000 are the posterity of the Lord, who were yet unborn at the time of the cross. They are the generation that has received the ark of the covenant, and to which the righteousness of the Lord is proclaimed. Those final words, “It is done!” are for them.

Therefore the redeemed of the Lord shall return, and come with singing unto Zion; and everlasting joy shall be upon their head: they shall obtain gladness and joy; and sorrow and mourning shall flee away. (Isaiah 51:11)

1.
Evidence for the only possible crucifixion date that fits the biblical record astronomically can be found in the series Full Moon at Gethsemane
2.
Revelation 14:4 – These are they which were not defiled with women; for they are virgins. These are they which follow the Lamb whithersoever he goeth. These were redeemed from among men, being the firstfruits unto God and to the Lamb. 
3.
Wikipedia – Ursa Minor 
4.
Constellations of Words – Ursa Minor 
5.
Revelation 12:4 – And his tail drew the third part of the stars of heaven, and did cast them to the earth: and the dragon stood before the woman which was ready to be delivered, for to devour her child as soon as it was born. 
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