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Newton’s #EndofDays Timeline

Why Some Brilliant People Arrived at the Wrong Timeline?

Sir Isaac Newton wrote extensively on the subject of The Latter Days and The Second Coming of Christ.  Much of these writings are contained in what is now called, The Lost Papers.


Sir Isaac Newton was considered one of the greatest minds of all time. Nevertheless, without specific divine revelation even Sir Isaac Newton could not calculate a correct time/date/season for Christ’s return.

The primary problem revolves around ONE piece of missing information which governed Newton’s miscalculation. This missing info was the date for Israel’s reemergence as a sovereign nation/state.

The reemergence of Israel was and is the most significant piece of information for calculating the starting point for The Latter Days.  Without this crucial piece of minutia the season for Christ’s return would be next to impossible to calculate; that is of course, without divine revelation.

Sir Isaac Newton was born in 1642 and died in 1727, a little over 200 years before Israel reemerged as a sovereign state. Without the date of Israel’s reemergence Sir Newton could not create an accurate timetable; just could not be done. Israel Reborn-1948

Amazingly, even with this major handicap “Mister”- Sir Newton came remarkably close to the correct time and date for Christ’s return.

Now, I’m not saying I have the day or the hour down pat; however, once Israel became a Sovereign State the calculation because much easier, and with recently released “divine revelation” on the subject the Body of Christ can narrow it down quite nicely.

Okay, back to Sir Newton’s famous calculations. Incredibly, Sir Isaac Newton placed the earliest point for Christ’s return somewhere in the year 2060.  Not bad Mr. Newton considering your lack of current #EndofDays revelation.

If Sir Isaac Newton were still alive and kicking I’d send him a copy of the book, “This Side of the Whirlwind, The Coming Apocalypse”. I know he’d be able to make a better estimate then!

Alright, back to it…

One of the more common mistakes people make when calculating The Latter Days and return of Christ is to count seven years for The Tribulation Periodbalance-scale-23524071[1] Today, everyone should know The Great Consummation will only span three and a half years.  Such a tiny little three and a half year discrepancy may not seem like much of a deviation, but for someone to think it could apply simply shows they have not read the book, “This Side of the Whirlwind, The Coming Apocalypse.”  This Side of the Whirlwind clears up many fallacies and questions.

Furthermore, when considering all Jesus accomplished in a ministry of only three and a half years (the first half of the covenant in question) it can obviously be significant.

Three and a half years will be more than enough time for The Tribulation Period and Wrath of God to harvest both the Saved and Damned in the world.

So here is where one of the larger #EndofDays fallacies originates: the Parable of the Fig Tree.

“Now learn this parable from the fig tree: When its branch has already become tender and puts forth leaves, you know that summer is near. “So you also, when you see all these things, know that it is near, even at the doors! “Assuredly, I say to you, this generation will by no means pass away till all these things take place. “Heaven and earth will pass away, but My words will by no means pass away. (Matthew 24:32-35 NKJV)

Incorrect word selections when interpreting a specific verse or section of scripture; Fig TreeI.e., The Parable of the Fig Tree is yet another reason why so many are missing the date of Christ’s return.

Interpreters have placed emphasis on the word “generation” rather than “shall not pass” when determining the time-constraints for God’s plan.  Scholars focused on the idea of a generation spanning thirty-five to forty years believing this to be the appropriate time-limit for calculating the prophecy’s timeline fulfillment.

Had these same scholars focused in on the clause “shall not pass” (meaning: shall not die) they may have recognized the prophecy is relating to a period of seventy to eighty years “or less” as taken from the prophetic verse: Psalms 90:10.  Had Scholars and Theologians read the recent revelations found in, “This Side of the Whirlwind, The Coming Apocalypse” they would have likely recognized the lifespan of a generation to be relevant to the time-limit in question.

To sum things up, the primary reason the Pre, Mid and Post-Tribulation timelines as well as the Preteristic and A-Millennial viewpoints are UTTERLY messed up (that means WRONG) is because first… they did not know when Israel was to be restored as a nation according to six plus prophecies within the Bible; secondly, these Scholars and Theologians who jumped the gun with #EndofDays messages did so without the divine revelation found in “This Side of the Whirlwind” information hidden since the time of Daniel and only allowed to be revealed once the world entered the END of the Latter Days.

Sorry Sir Isaac Newton, truly a nice try!

Hey everyone, have a blessed day.














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