The Alexander Prophecy is a prophecy showing the timeline of how long it would take, and when the Temple Mount and Jerusalem would be captured and placed in control of Israel, based on the vision of Daniel in Daniel Chapter 8. This vision was not understood by Daniel. Pay close attention to the term “evenings and mornings” This is a term that was used to describe the Passover Lamb that was sacrificed, roasted in fire, and eaten in Deuteronomy Chapter 31. The Passover started in the evening, and ended in morning.

This also in the vision that Daniel has, accounts for the 2300 “evenings and mornings” or Passovers when Jerusalem and the Temple Mount would be recaptured. The starting point in the article we have linked to gives an accurate time frame of:

1)The starting point of the vision: is the same as its first action event, in which a he-goat comes against a ram as set forth in Daniel 8, verses 5-7. Verse 21 explains that this imagery is referring to Alexander the Great attacking Persia. Thus, the starting point for calculating the duration of the vision is the Battle of Granicus, the first battle in which Alexander the Great attacked the Persian Empire. (334 BC)

2)The Battle of Granicus took place in the Macedonian month Daesius (corresponding to May/June), 334 BCE, so that time period marks the starting point for counting the 2300 Passovers that must come afterwards. An exact date for the battle is not recorded in history, but an exact date is not needed, only knowledge that Passover happened before the battle that year. — See Note 1 – Dating the Battle of Granicus.

We then have concrete proof that in the latter days, the Anti Christ will rise up after the 2300 passovers and will subdue and kill the Holy People of Israel. As many have been saying, and as we also have been proclaiming, the 5776/5777 year would be significant in bible prophecy. The biblical year of 5777 has arrived as of October 3rd of 2016.

I believe that significant events regarding the Temple Mount, the construction of the Third Temple, and the Rapture of the Church can take place at this time. Our ministry has NEVER set a date…however the season for these things to take place has never been more fruitful.

Daniel’s vision in Chapter 8 also has Daniel stating at the end of the Chapter that he did not understand the vision, and neither did anyone else. By using the year of 334 BC when the battle of  Granicus took place, and counting 2,300 Passovers forward, we come to June of 1967 and the Six day war. Israel took control of Jerusalem, and allowed the Muslims to remain on the Temple Mount. When the Angel Gabriel explained the dream to Daniel, he told him that the Temple Mount would then rightfully be made holy again by the Jewish People. The biblical year of 5777 is the 50th year and the Jubilee year. (1967-2017) Our calendar still shows we are in a 5776 year until December 31st 2016, while the biblical calendar shows 5777 as of October 3rd, 2016.

This is why the Catholic Church declared 2016 a Jubilee Year, because they do not go by the biblical calendar but the gregorian calendar.

But the REAL Jubilee year according to the Hebrew biblical calendar is NOW. Significant events leading up to this time period since the 1967 Six Day War have escalated into a frenzy in the Middle East. From ISIL, to Syria…to the Sanhedrin and the High Priest elected, to the building of the Alter for the third temple, to a Kosher Red Heifer…we see ALL of the signs visible, including the 4 blood red moons that led us to this time frame.

Something very very significant to the Temple Mount and the rebuilding of the Third Temple WILL take place soon. Who ever is the one horn goat in Daniel’s vision, will be the beast power that delivers the Anti Christ to Israel.

All of this just means that the Great Assembly is about to take place, and those that have been purchased by the blood of Yeshua are about to become the Bride in Heaven!! Glory be to God, and to his Son Yeshua for his name is above all names on earth and in heaven…Our redemption draweth nigh.

The Jewish people are about to restore and commemorate an ordinance that has been dormant for about 2000 years – almost as far back as the days when Jesus Christ walked the earth. This New Year’s celebration, or Rosh HaShanah, will include the recitation of the Jubilee year-counting mitzvah or Biblical commandment.

In attempting to elucidate the importance of this simple ceremony, Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz of Breaking Israel News quoted the following scripture: “And ye shall hallow the fiftieth year, and proclaim liberty throughout all the land unto all the inhabitants thereof: it shall be a Jubilee unto you” (Leviticus 25:10; The Israel Bible).

Berkowitz explained that counting the Jubilee is a simple mitzvah, reciting just a few lines, but performing this mitzvah is a declaration that the prophesied return of the Jews to Israel has been fulfilled, thereby establishing a basis for the rebuilding of the Jewish Temple.

Unbeknownst to all but a few witnesses, Berkowitz further clarified that as Rosh HaShanah ended eleven months ago, the nascent Sanhedrin concluded months of deliberation by ruling that certain conditions had been met requiring the Nation of Israel to begin counting the Jubilee cycle. Rabbi Avraham Dov Ben Shor recited the blessing and the 49-year cycle began again.

When Rosh HaShanah – the Jewish New Year – ends on the evening of Tuesday 4th October, it will be time for Jews to count the second year of the Jubilee cycle. The blessing and the count are as follows:

“Blessed art Thou, Lord our God, King of the Universe, Who sanctifies us in His commandments, and has commanded us to count the sabbaticals and the Jubilees”.

This year is the second year of the first Jubilee, and the second year for the first sabbatical in the first Jubilee.

It is also worthy to note the central role that has been played by the Sanhedrin in these developments. According to Wikipedia.com, the Sanhedrin was an “assembly” or “council” of twenty-three to seventy-one men appointed in every city in the Land of Israel.

On October 13, 2004 the Sanhedrin, the highest religious tribunal of the Jewish state, was re-inaugurated by a group of rabbis in Tiberias after 1,600 years of absence.

In the Hebrew Bible, Moses and the Israelites were commanded by God to establish courts of judges who were given full authority over the people of Israel, who were commanded by God to obey every word the judges instructed and every law they established. Judges in ancient Israel were the religious leaders and Teachers of the nation of Israel.

The Sanhedrin is mentioned in the Gospels in relation to the trial of Jesus and several times in the Acts of the Apostles.

Specific conditions outlined in Jewish law had to be considered by the Sanhedrin before reinstating this mitzvah. Unlike most Torah commandments being observed today, which are incumbent on an individual, the Jubilee is a national mitzvah. Its observance is dependent upon most of the Jewish people being in the land of Israel.

To begin counting the Jubilee last year, the Sanhedrin, as a bet din (rabbinic court), ruled that the Jews have returned to inherit the land as a nation, and not just as individuals. This requires at least 600,000 Jews, equal to the number of Israelites that returned to Israel from Egypt under Joshua.

Israel has far exceeded the required number for quite some time. On the eve of this Jewish new year, the State of Israel has a population of 8.585 million, 172,000 more than the same time last year.

Jews make up close to three-quarters of the population at 6.4 million residents, while Israel’s almost 1.8 million Arabs make up one-fifth of the population.  In the past year alone, 25,000 new Jewish immigrants arrived in Israel.

Rabbi Hillel Weiss, spokesman for the Sanhedrin, explained to Breaking Israel News, “The Sanhedrin ruled that we are now clearly in the prophesied third inheritance of the land, the first being by Joshua, the second after the Babylonian exile.

There are 5 mitzvot connected to the Jubilee: counting the Jubilee, letting free slaves, returning land, blowing the shofar, and forgiving debts,” Rabbi Weiss explained. “We have reinstituted one: the counting of the Jubilee.”

To signify the reinstitution of the Jubilee, and also to commemorate the Jubilee of Jerusalem, the Sanhedrin has issued a medallion. One side is engraved with an image of Solomon’s Temple, flanked by two shofars, symbolizing the Jubilee.

The other side shows a lit seven-branched menorah, two cherubim, and a Hebrew inscription stating that the third inheritance of the land of Israel by the Jews has officially been declared. The Sanhedrin is selling the medallion and setting aside the proceeds for use in the Third Temple.

“Sale of this medallion will serve as the basis for the mitzvah of the half-shekel, which was collected from every Jewish male,” Rabbi Hillel Weiss explained.

“As such, the money will go towards acquiring animals, grain, oil, and wine, for sacrificial purposes. It will also be used for building and maintaining the temple.”

Once again I say to you….Our redemption draweth nigh
Are you ready?

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  1. 336 BCE (330) 22nd Jubilee year 336 Sabbath Year (Shemitah)
    335 BC Hagai and the 2nd Temple Haggai 1:9-11; 2:6-7; 2:21-23 Nibiru; Fiery Red Dragon Global Earthquake. Alexander the Great builds land bridge to Tyre. Fiery hail (meteors) knocks the wall down.
    * 332 BCE Alexander the Great uses the rubble, timber and stones of the old mainland Tyre destroyed by Nebuchadnezzar to build a road in the sea out to the island city, fulfilling Ezekiel 26: 12
    329 Sabbath Year (Shemitah)

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