There is a limit to the evil that the Lord will permit in the world before taking decisive action, and that threshold has been met. God’s judgments are being poured out and will continue to increase until the sign of the Son of man gives way to the Son of man Himself. Jesus said that the time of the end would be as it was in the days of Noah.
But as the days of Noe were, so shall also the coming of the Son of man be. (Matthew 24:37)
In order to understand what Jesus was communicating with this, it is necessary to look back at Noah’s experience and compare that with our own. As we do that in the following pages, you will be amazed at the parallels that become evident. This reconfirms that we are in the times that Jesus was referring to. We live in a time of decision, when discerning the time of our visitation is of critical importance, to spare us from being consumed by the fiery destruction that is already overtaking the world.
The destruction of the world is captured in the Bible prophecies about the day of the Lord. It refers to a terrible period of widespread destruction and anguish that ultimately leads to a fiery conflagration when Jesus comes to rescue His faithful people from the overwhelming turmoil, lest they, too, perish in it.
But the day of the Lord will come as a thief in the night; in the which the heavens shall pass away with a great noise, and the elements shall melt with fervent heat, the earth also and the works that are therein shall be burned up. (2 Peter 3:10)
Many Christians devote little to no time to understanding the prophecies about this time, often because they believe that it is not relevant to them since God will rapture them without having to endure this time of tribulation. Few consider that God’s ways are higher than ours, and we ought to humbly consider the possibility that our expectations may not be met as we believe. This is a form of presumption.
Christ identified the days of Noah as a type for the end, and Noah endured the destruction of the world by a flood, but within the security of the ark. Similarly, God has provided a modern ark of faith, where all His faithful children can abide safely through the appointed time of His indignation against the wicked world, until His work is done.
Come, my people, enter thou into thy chambers, and shut thy doors about thee: hide thyself as it were for a little moment, until the indignation be overpast. (Isaiah 26:20)
As Noah prepared rations for a long stay in the ark, so the Lord has shown the indicated that a period of rationing would be needed for this time as well. This is symbolized by portions of oil that His children are to prepare for a time of need, like in the parable of the ten virgins, to avoid falling into the deceptions of Satan and to stand through that time:
For the great day of his wrath is come; and who shall be able to stand? (Revelation 6:17)
Like the portion of manna kept in the ark of the covenant, the Holy Spirit, in the form of a dove, fills our reserve vessel—the sign of the Son of man—with these portions. The dove carries an olive sprig, representing the oil of the Spirit and bears the promise of a cleansed earth that may soon be inhabited as in the time of Noah.
Hidden among the Shadows of the Sacrifices, the Lord gave the duration for which those sustaining portions would endure. Jesus taught that the days of Noah correspond to the coming of the Lord, so we should be able to see how the sign of the Son of man brings them together with the rations for the day of the Lord.
As we study God’s word, He leads us step by step, ever improving our understanding of His prophecies. We have a limited frame of reference, and so often miss much of the depth of God’s truth. Therefore it is necessary for us to revisit certain themes as our understanding of His Word grows. Much is encompassed by the expression, “the day of the Lord”.
First of all, as we have noted before, the day of the Lord is often presented in combination with another expression that may not be 100% identical. This allows for a degree of flexibility.
For the day of vengeance is in mine heart, and the year of my redeemed is come. (Isaiah 63:4)
The Hebrew poetic style of “thematic rhyming” is clearly evident here, which is why we understand the “day” of the Lord to represent a year. But in this passage, God’s vengeance is presented in the context of treading the winepress, which points to a time after the Holy city of God’s people is taken away. In other words, the year of His redeemed apparently concludes before the prophetic day (a literal year) of His vengeance.
In this light, we see that the year from May 27, 2023, to May 27, 2024, that we wrote about before, seems to be better connected with the year of the redeemed. This suggests that the year of vengeance is offset from the year of the redeemed, and would conclude with the fierceness of God’s wrath from which the redeemed are spared.
On June 21, 2023, the Beacon of God’s Wrath (the sun) was flaming as a torch in the hand of Orion, and activated the sign of the Son of man. In this setting of the end, the following scripture that describes the priest’s action that concluded the Day of Judgment (Yom Kippur) begins to be fulfilled:
And the angel [Orion] took the censer, and filled it with fire of the altar, and cast it into the earth: and there were voices, and thunderings, and lightnings, and an earthquake. (Revelation 8:5)
Exactly seven days later, on June 27/28, like in the time after Noah and his family were closed in the ark and waited, the “rain” of fiery coals began to fall in the form of the explosive riots in France. The wrath was first felt in France, where the humanistic roots of the French Revolution are bearing their bitter fruit. While the church has made many mistakes, rebellion against God and His laws is not the solution, but a recipe for failure, because it is God’s law that is at the foundation of true morality and functional society.
Humanism—now embraced by the United Nations and most movers and shakers of the world—is man’s attempt to govern according to his own reason, but the conflagratory results can now be clearly seen. It is clear that the horrific scenes of destruction in many French cities on account of rioters will spread throughout those nations where the humanistic values underlying today’s woke culture and undiscriminating equality are rife. The violent rioters are described in the Bible as a punishment from God for man’s stubborn persistence in his rebellious ways:
So will I send upon you famine and evil beasts, and they shall bereave thee; and pestilence and blood shall pass through thee; and I will bring the sword upon thee. I the Lord have spoken it. (Ezekiel 5:17)
The violent behavior of wild animals is an appropriate comparison to that of these rioters. When society shows no discrimination, those whom they call equal will indiscriminately destroy everything of value around them, even to their own harm, like angry animals. Often, immigrant rioters come from war-torn countries where they have become embittered by plenty of barbarities and may have been indoctrinated with radical Islam.
Since 2015, the Lord pointed to the open-door immigration policies of the egalitarian western nations as a cause that led to a great influx of non-Christian immigrants into their territories like a giant Trojan horse. Now, as many prophets have said, “the enemy is already among you.” Many who were welcomed were no friends to Christians, and reports of attacks from Muslim immigrants against the Christian population became ever more frequent.
Indeed, the world has been testing the effectiveness of man’s humanistic laws, thinking them to be a better system of government than God’s law, but now the bill is becoming due. God’s pure church fled from the great persecution of the Middle Ages by the apostate church, but now she again needs help to be delivered from Satan’s schemes against her:
And the serpent cast out of his mouth water [people] as a flood after the woman, that he might cause her to be carried away of the flood. And the earth helped the woman, and the earth opened her mouth, and swallowed up the flood which the dragon cast out of his mouth. (Revelation 12:15-16)
We saw how this passage was fulfilled, pointing to the precise geographical area where the help for the faithful church would arise from. The help is in the form of the sign of the Son of man, which represents the protection that God gives His faithful people through a knowledge of the revelation of the time of the Lord’s visitation. In these turbulent waters, the Lord provides an ark of stability in which we can find safety from the confusing cacophony of conflicting ideas purporting to sidestep sacrifice.
In reference to Noah, we need to be sure that we do not apply the type in a way that doesn’t make sense for the end. Noah saw the destruction of the world from forty days of rain followed by a long period as the earth settled down until his family could repopulate it. However, in the fiery end of the world that the Lord’s heavenly ark will deliver us from, the plagues and destruction continues to escalate in intensity until the moment of Deliverance.
And at that time shall Michael stand up, the great prince which standeth for the children of thy people: and there shall be a time of trouble, such as never was since there was a nation even to that same time: and at that time thy people shall be delivered, every one that shall be found written in the book. (Daniel 12:1)
Therefore, one may conclude that when Jesus said, “as the days of Noe were”, He was indeed referring to “the days” of Noah rather than the exact nature of the circumstances of the flood during those days. In other words, we should pay careful attention to how the days of Noah apply, while the subsiding of the waters and cessation of the destruction were not the aspects that Jesus was comparing. What results is a timeline of waymarks on the path to the end of the world that mark key events that contribute to the earth’s destruction.
Having said that, the significance of Noah’s ark demands that the end-time corollary must also bring one from the old, corrupted world to a cleansed one. Therefore, it must span across the millennial abyss, because while the earth is prophesied to be destroyed on this side of the millennium, it is not until the final judgment after the millennium that the cleansing process is finally completed. This is captured in Jeremiah’s vision, where God compares the destruction of Jerusalem with the end of the world, while acknowledging that it is not yet the complete end.
I beheld the earth, and, lo, it was without form, and void; and the heavens, and they had no light. I beheld the mountains, and, lo, they trembled, and all the hills moved lightly. I beheld, and, lo, there was no man, and all the birds of the heavens were fled. I beheld, and, lo, the fruitful place was a wilderness, and all the cities thereof were broken down at the presence of the Lord, and by his fierce anger. For thus hath the Lord said, The whole land shall be desolate; yet will I not make a full end. (Jeremiah 4:23-27)
The manifestation of God’s wrath against the wicked results in a condition on earth comparable to before He created life on it, and therefore a new creation is necessary before it can be repopulated. The end-time application of the days of Noah must span until that time of recreation.
Our task appears to be a simple one: apply the days of Noah, as given in Genesis, to the time of the coming of Jesus, to discern the waymarks that the Lord is pointing to in our day, and then understand their significance. There is just one challenge. There are questions about the chronology of events and transitions that transpired during the flood. Therefore, in order to understand how the timeline applies, we must first understand the timeline itself, and this requires careful attention to detail in the Genesis record.
Embarking in this study will provide a much more robust understanding of the time that will prove a blessing as we recognize another reason why Jesus pointed to the days of Noah in relation to the end. In this section, we invite you to participate in a brief consideration of key details related to the timeline of the flood.
We must avoid the temptation to assume things that may seem logical but may ultimately not be true. Remarkably, you will see in the end how the heavens also confirm the correct reading of the account, which flows from logic and strict adherence to the word of God. Let’s go through the account now so we will be equipped to understand how Jesus’ order to look up will provide a second witness to the application of the days of Noah to our time.
The account begins in Genesis 7:4-10, which specifies that there were seven days from the time that Noah went into the ark and received the animals until the flood waters came upon the earth:
And it came to pass after seven days, that the waters of the flood were upon the earth. (Genesis 7:10)
The date is recorded in the following verse as the seventeenth day of the second month of the biblical year.
In the six hundredth year of Noah’s life, in the second month, the seventeenth day of the month, the same day were all the fountains of the great deep broken up, and the windows of heaven were opened. (Genesis 7:11)
In the rest of the chapter, the Bible tells us how long the rain fell and the fountains of the deep gushed forth to flood the earth, as well as how long the waters prevailed upon the earth:
And the flood was forty days upon the earth; and the waters increased, and bare up the ark, and it was lift up above the earth. (Genesis 7:17)
And the waters prevailed [Strong’s: “were strong”] upon the earth an hundred and fifty days. (Genesis 7:24)
It is at the end of the forty days that we have our first key transition during Noah’s experience of the flood. The rain stopped, and as with any storm, the rivers swell while it is raining, but when the rain stops, the rivers begin again to subside. This is true, especially when there is little runoff from the land, and in Noah’s case, there was no land that was not flooded, so the waters would have begun to subside immediately once the rain stopped, just as it is recorded:
The fountains also of the deep and the windows of heaven were stopped, and the rain from heaven was restrained; And the waters returned from off the earth continually: and after the end of the hundred and fifty days the waters were abated. (Genesis 8:2-3)
Notice that there are two mentions of 150 days. These refer to different periods, and we must be careful not to make assumptions, but look exactly at what the text says! The first period must be reckoned from the beginning of the flood, because the next verse doesn’t allow time for it to have begun at the end of the forty days:
And the ark rested in the seventh month, on the seventeenth day of the month, upon the mountains of Ararat. (Genesis 8:4)
But going forward from here is where most make a false assumption when determining this chronology. They append the second span of 150 days to this timeline instead of considering the details of what the Bible says about when it should start.
Rather, notice that the two mentions of 150 days are in relation to different aspects of the flood. In the first case, the waters “prevailed”, or were “strong” or “mighty” on the earth for 150 days (Genesis 7:24) while the ark was freely floating. In the second case, it is looking at a different aspect, marking the time when the waters were continually receding, i.e., from the time when the rain and fountains were stopped until the waters were “abated” (Strong’s: “lacking” or “lessened”; Genesis 8:2-4). With that in mind, our timeline looks like this:
It is important to understand that the account is written thematically rather than strictly chronologically, as we might be inclined to approach it with our Western mindset. Chapter 7 describes the beginning of the flood and the time when the waters prevailed rather than the earth, ending when the ark came to rest. Then Chapter 8 starts with the account of the decreasing waters (vs. 1-3), which began to decrease from the end of the 40 days of rain. This period ends with no specific natural event, but it seems that Noah simply counted the same number of days that the water prevailed after the rain stopped, to judge when it would be reasonable to open the window, after which he began to send the birds, as we will see next. Notice the confirming symmetry:
It continues with the story of the birds, which we might be inclined to believe follows after the mountain tops were seen, except that when we consider the details of the story, we see that this cannot be. It is the next story to begin, but it must have begun before the story of the decreasing waters was finished, because the dove finds no land to rest on, despite that this part of the story is told after the tops of the mountains were said to be seen in verse 5.
But the dove found no rest for the sole of her foot, and she returned unto him into the ark, for the waters were on the face of the whole earth: then he put forth his hand, and took her, and pulled her in unto him into the ark. (Genesis 8:9)
Having counted 150 days of high waters until the ark came to rest, Noah waited an equal time as the waters were rising at the beginning—40 days—but when he opened the window, he could not see any land. Nevertheless, birds can go much farther than he would be able to see and could report back with evidence of land. The story of Noah sending out the birds is widely known, even to those who are familiar with but few Bible stories, but not every detail is well understood. You will marvel when we look up and recognize how these details are fully represented there.
One must pay close attention to detail in order to discern the proper timing recorded in the account, as well as the story itself. It helps to put oneself, as best as we can, into Noah’s shoes, keeping in mind that in that time, they were not so restless and needful of stimulation as we are in our fast-paced society today. Too often we read the Bible through the lens of modern culture instead of trying to put ourselves in the setting in which it was written. Thus, when we read that Noah opened the window and sent the birds, we tend to think it all happened in one day, perhaps because that is how we might do it.
And it came to pass at the end of forty days, that Noah opened the window of the ark which he had made: And he sent forth a raven, which went forth to and fro, until the waters were dried up from off the earth. Also he sent forth a dove from him, to see if the waters were abated from off the face of the ground; (Genesis 8:6-8)
No mention is made here of the time that lapsed between these events after the 40 days. But a small, often overlooked detail that is related after the dove returns empty-clawed sheds light on it:
And he stayed yet other seven days; and again he sent forth the dove out of the ark; (Genesis 8:10)
This is the first mention of time since he opened the window, but the way it is expressed is revealing. To use the word “another” (or “other” in the old English) before the seven days implies that this was not the first seven days in the sequence. Furthermore, it is not only “another” but “yet another”. If this were just the second occurrence of the seven days, it would simply say “another”, but saying “yet another” or “still another” implies that this is a continuing series of at least two prior instances. Therefore, we see that Noah waited between each action.
After the 40 days, he opened the window and looked for any signs of land. Seeing none for seven days, he sent out the raven to look far away and in directions outside his view. Ravens typically nest in elevated areas such as cliffs. This could explain why the raven wasn’t satisfied but went out and returned regularly until the ground was dry. This seems to suggest that there was nothing in the region high enough for the raven to nest.
And he sent forth a raven, which went forth to and fro, until the waters were dried up from off the earth. (Genesis 8:7)
Then after another seven days, he sent a dove. These birds sometimes nest on the ground if need be, so it would be more likely to reveal whether there were any low places exposed. But still it found nowhere to rest. The waters were still universally above the mountain tops. Not until yet another seven days did the dove return with an olive sprig as evidence that the treetops were becoming accessible, but it was not yet suitable for nesting. This iconic sight has been forever etched in humanity’s psyche, and even has a place in the sign of the Son of man, signifying peace with God and rest from the trauma of sin. The ark in heaven carries with it the same promise of safe travel through violent destruction until reaching the promised land. After the fourth week since Noah opened the window, the dove found a nesting place. Then, only after this series of tests did the mountain tops become visible to Noah.
And the waters decreased continually until the tenth month: in the tenth month, on the first day of the month, were the tops of the mountains seen. (Genesis 8:5)
After these tests, the remaining time markers are not counted by days, but are given according to the time of year, since he could then observe the heavenly bodies.
With the timeline complete, it is time to apply it to our day, which will include a marvelous revelation as we look up with understanding of His time.
To apply the timeline to the present, we need to know the exact position of each marker in terms of days. This is a rather straightforward process since we understand when they should begin, but there is one detail that we need to iron out. There are day counts from Noah’s entry into the ark until the dove found rest, but the rest of the timeline is expressed in terms of dates. Is this significant for our application to the time of Christ’s coming?
The Bible makes it clear that Noah was following different calendrical rules than God stipulated for the Jews much later. This can be seen from the calendar date that is given for the beginning and end of the first 150 days:
The only way that the two dates could both be on the 17th day of the month is if each of the five months were exactly 30 days in duration (5 × 30 = 150). This is consistent with the historical understanding of the calendars in use at that time, such as Noah would have used. In total, therefore, Noah’s flood spanned 370 days, after which his family left the ark:
Could it be that “the days of Noah” refer to the day counts until the dove left for good, while the dates that encompass the entire year (plus) of the flood timeline must be prophetically specified in another way? There are hints in heaven and on earth that this is indeed the case. In heaven, the “ark” that we are to enter through belief is the sign of the Son of man, and in that ark is the dove representing the Spirit of God, the constellation of Columba.
As we wrote in The Ark of the Testament is Opening, the dove represents the bowl of manna that Moses stored inside the ark of the covenant. It was a single portion of God’s daily provision for Israel during their wilderness wandering, as they were being led out of Egypt into the Promised Land. We, too, are being led out of the earthly Egypt into the heavenly Promised Land, and the Lord is showing us that there is a bowl of God’s Spiritual provision for a prophetic day’s portion to see us through the wilderness of the destruction of the world and the millennium. Where could we find out how long that bowl of spiritual provision will last, exactly?
The answer comes from the autumn sacrifices of the wilderness tabernacle. The Spring feasts pointed to the events surrounding the Lord’s sacrifice in AD 31, and delineated a critical time for the disciples of Christ from the crucial scenes at the end of His life until He would send His Holy Spirit to them at Pentecost. Similarly, the autumn sacrifices delineate a critical time at the end of earth’s history during the great prophetic day of the Lord.
Indeed, the autumn sacrifices point to a period of 372 days. This is just 2 days longer than the 370 days of Noah’s flood. This is to be the measure for the overall timespan for the day of the Lord’s vengeance, which He executes against His enemies, while bringing His people safely through to the land of promise. It is the exact measure of the one-day portion of manna that was stored in the ark of the covenant, and is reflected in the sign of the Son of man, which was activated on June 21, 2023 by the beacon of wrath in Orion’s hand at the galactic equator.
Thus, instead of a total timeframe of 370 days as Noah had, the Lord has prophetically indicated that the day of the Lord, during which the earth will be destroyed by fire, is 372 days. Then the church triumphant can go forth onto the earth made new—the antitypical land of God’s promise. What do we find when we apply this timeline?
And they that went in, went in male and female of all flesh, as God had commanded him: and the Lord shut him in. (Genesis 7:16)
Beginning on June 21, 2023, when the hand of Orion was activated, symbolizing the Lord who closed Noah’s ark door after all had entered, we count the first seven days until June 27, 2023. It was in the night after that fateful day when the fiery “rain” of fury began to fall symbolically in France as the welcomed refugees began their work of destruction, exposing the failure point of modern immigration policies. The floods of many peoples with beliefs incompatible with the Christian principles that have blessed the West with peace and prosperity are proving to overwhelm the apostate nations.
And he saith unto me, the waters which thou sawest, where the whore sitteth, are peoples, and multitudes, and nations, and tongues. (Revelation 17:15)
The main part of that Hebrew day was June 28, 2023, the anniversary of the Stonewall riots that celebrate the sexual identity confusion that similarly contributed to the decision to destroy the world in Noah’s day. When one rebels against their genetically assigned gender, they defy their Creator and His work, and without repentance, will be left to their own futile attempts to save themselves when the destruction overwhelms. This is not just in relation to transgender individuals, but all who seek to live according to the unsustainable sustainability principles of the UN that enable sin, destructive though it be, and deny one’s ability to speak the truth about obvious matters that have become strangely controversial in our confused world.
Before looking at the details of the flood timeline that follow, let’s see how long the bowl of manna in the heavenly ark will last. From this beginning of June 27/28, 2023, the total duration of 372 days brings us to July 3, 2024. This spans the vast chasm between the end of this temporal world at the conclusion of the sign of the Son of man, and the beginning of the presence of the redeemed in the eternal realm.
If you have not read The Church Triumphant, now is the time to follow the link and do so, because it explains how the 1000-year millennial judgment is confirmed with a series of independent heavenly events matching the biblical description before and after the millennium. Furthermore, based on the post-millennial timeline presented there, we can see that the placement of the 372 daily portions seven days after Orion is highlighted as closing the ark door on June 21, 2023, is in perfect alignment!
Thus, we have yet another witness to the veracity of this end-of-the-world timeline. God does not give one piece of evidence for such a momentous event but builds our confidence that these things indeed point to the Second Advent of Jesus Christ, because there are multiple independent witnesses.
The heavenly events that follow precisely 1000 years after the expected rapture, confirming the appropriate biblical prophecies for that time, which wouldn’t be expected if the beginning of the 1000 years were not the time of the rapture.
The various aspects of the Sign of the Son of man that all reiterate that it is labeled correctly, and thus points indeed to the coming of our King in glory. Here are some of the main features that are represented in the sign of the Son of man:
The sign of Jonah depicting the great fish in whose belly Jonah (and by extension, the Lord) is represented.
The alpha and omega signature of Jesus.
The new name and seal of Jesus and the Father.
The seven churches of Revelation, which represent His body, and the course through the sanctuary to restore their First Love.
The ear that the members of the seven churches should have to hear the Spirit.
The vision of Zechariah 4 that depicts two olive trees draining their oil into a bowl through two pipes, which is then distributed to seven other lamps.
The harp that the end-time harpers play, as well as its ten strings, which are…
The Ten Commandments which the church keeps, being written in their heart.
The ark of the testament, with its contents of Aaron’s rod, the bowl of manna, and the two tables of stone.
The tree of life, whose leaves are for the healing of the nations, formed by the comet of Time.
The final harvest and the separation of the wheat and tares, as well as the sheep and the goats.
The scene of the Lord’s baptism and that of His people.
The kingdom of God and the representation of His enemies becoming His footstool.
And one more, which will be the theme of the next article.
The 120 years of building the ark correspond to the 1902-1903 year, which was a time when the living Spirit of prophecy was still with the Seventh-day Adventist Church, which was strongly rebuked for accepting pantheistic sentiments in publication material, which was characterized as an “alpha apostasy” for which a startling “omega” would follow, which is seen today.
The duration for being aboard the end-time ark presented here, based on the sacrificial services of ancient Israel, connecting the beacon of wrath against the old (present) world with the possession of the earth made new, and representing the only way to cross over into the eternal kingdom of God.
In this work, sometimes we become so familiar with the phenomenal things that the Lord reveals of His power, that we don’t give them their proper weight of glory. Each one of these points represents a set of unimaginably improbable events, both celestial and in the affairs of humanity, connecting both with the fulfillment of (especially apocalyptic) Scripture. Is there not substantial, solid evidence upon which we build our faith?
In The Church Triumphant, we shared how exactly one millennium after the sign of the Son of man, the closing scenes of the great controversy between good and evil are depicted in heaven until the final eradication of sin. Then during the week for the creation of the new earth, the sun follows the same path where it was in AD 31, when Jesus Christ was crucified, reminding us that our promised eternal home is made possible by what Jesus did at that time. Notice the date on which that new creation is complete in this chart that compares the time of Jesus’ passion with the week of the new creation in AD 3024:
The last day of the new creation would be July 3, 3024. Keep in mind that as we explained in that article, a seven-day journey through the stars carries the redeemed through exactly 1000 years. Thus, the 1000 years are experienced as a mere week. Therefore, while the saints will come to July 3, 3024 counting from June 28, 2023, at the beginning of the Noah timeline in our day, they will have experienced the elapsing of the days as though it were July 3, 2024. And that is precisely the last day—day 372—of the manna that the Lord prepared in the heavenly ark for these last days! As the next day begins—the seventh-day Sabbath of rest for the new creation—the redeemed may disembark from their ark, the Holy City, and partake of the fruit of the New Earth.
Now it is time to revisit the beginning of the end-time flood of the Lord’s destructive fire. After Noah was closed in the ark, there was rain for 40 days before the violence of the Lord’s wrath was fully poured out and came to a stop. Understanding that rain in the end-time application to mark June 28, 2023, we may continue from there, keeping in mind that this timeline provides waymarks, rather than directly comparable events to the time of the flood. Nevertheless, you will see that there are details in the earthly events that indicate a correlation to the corresponding events of Noah’s day.
Continuing forty days from June 28, Noah’s timeline points to August 6, 2023. Besides being the anniversary of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima, it was when Elijah’s altar of Hawaii dried out, creating conditions for the terrible Maui fire to ignite, fanned by the strong winds on the outskirts of record-setting hurricane Dora, hundreds of miles away. Compare the Biblical account after the 40 days of rain with some interesting facts that Wikipedia cites in relation to 40 days after the end-time timeline began:
And God remembered Noah, and every living thing, and all the cattle that was with him in the ark: and God made a wind to pass over the earth, and the waters asswaged; The fountains also of the deep and the windows of heaven were stopped, and the rain from heaven was restrained; (Genesis 8:1-2)
By August 6, the National Weather Service identified a region of very dry air arriving from the East Pacific, greatly inhibiting the potential for rainfall [just like the rain of Noah’s flood was restrained, or inhibited]. A prominent descending capping inversion forced even more stabilization of the atmosphere, which led to enhanced wind gusts and very dry conditions between August 7 and 8. As the day progressed, deep layer ridging combined with the existing pressure gradient created very strong wind gusts and caused humidity levels to be well below normal. The aforementioned cap was expected to only strengthen acceleration of wind due to terrain features near the islands.
On the same day (August 6), the Pope concluded his Lisbon World Youth Day that tracked the carbon footprint of each of its 1.5 million participants as they were required to log their activities, food consumption, etc. in what was effectively a Vatican pilot test for collecting data for Chinese-style social scoring. Coming to a New World Order near you.
On his mid-air press conference on the way back to Rome, the pope reiterated his “who am I to judge” stance, saying that the church is open to the LGBT community, giving further credence to the notion that these abominable lifestyles result from identities within the natural variation of what makes us human. But if it is true that some people unavoidably identify with perverse inclinations, then it brings into question God’s justice in decrying the practice of those inclinations as abominable, when they are a legitimate, unchangeable aspect of one’s being. We must understand that through Jesus we have freedom from all sin, and even if generational sin has led to us being born with genetics that push us toward abomination, we should not recognize that tendency as a legitimate part of our identity, but as a defect of the flesh to be overcome (i.e., subordinated to higher principles) in the power of the blood of Christ. The Christian’s identity is defined by our faith in Christ, and when we look to His pure example, we will not identify according to any defective model, but with Him. Thus we may overcome even hereditary tendencies to evil.
The Lord thus points to a fundamental popular misconception that is pushing many along on the fast train to perdition, because they have been taught that Jesus is not powerful enough to change their identity. Yet this is the very essence of the gospel! We take a new identity—that which Christ offers us by faith in His sacrificial death and resurrection—because the old one is corrupted. This powerful message of righteousness by faith is encapsulated in the imagery of the sign of the Son of man.
The remaining waymarks of the timeline of Noah to be applied are mostly from the storyline of the release of the birds, and all fall in the future. Therefore, we cannot yet evaluate what earthly events may correspond. However, the Lord has not left us without remarkable heavenly confirmations! Look to the sign of the Son of man on August 6, for example, and you will see that it is the one day when the comet E3 marks the constellation line of the leg of the dog, suggesting a connection to those who are without the city:
For without [the Holy City] are dogs, and sorcerers, and whoremongers, and murderers, and idolaters, and whosoever loveth and maketh a lie. (Revelation 22:15)
This odious list led by the heavenly representative (the dog, Canis Major), is inclusive of all those who participate in that for which the world is to be destroyed. The sorcerers (G5333: pharmakos; “a pharmacist”, or in this case, “pharmacists”) refer to the vaccine pushers, the whoremongers to the woke mobs, the murders to the abortionists, idolaters to many who either literally worship idols or whose idols are the technologies, etc. to which we have become accustomed. The dogs themselves include non-Christians, just like the migrants who are proving instrumental in the destruction of the West. The Lord is putting His finger on the apostasy for which the world is being destroyed. It is not for elevated carbon emissions. It is for the gross pollution of sin that the globe is on fire. Unless they repent, those in this group will be consumed in the flooding lake of fire.
When we turn our attention to the time of the release of the birds from the ark in Noah’s time, we find an astonishing parallel confirmation in the heavens! The time when Noah opened the ark window corresponds to January 3, 2024. From this point and throughout the weekly avian tests, we direct our attention to the track of comet E3:
At the time corresponding to the opening of the window, the comet E3 (red crosshairs) is in the Reticulum near the outer path of Comet BB (marked in green). A reticulum is an eye-piece for an optical device like a telescope or microscope, with crosshairs or a network of thin lines for measuring. It is fitting, therefore, that the sequence of tests through the opened window of the ark would begin in this constellation.
The first avian test was in sending out the raven the following week.
There is not much different in the scene, just as there is not much described between Noah’s opening of the window and releasing the raven. But when we come to the next step, we see a contrast:
This scene shows the position of comet E3 corresponding to when the dove is sent for the first time. Notice that in the picture above, comet E3 has now crossed the border into the Horologium. This is suggestive of a different bird. Not only that, but a dove represents the Holy Spirit, which is the Spirit of Christ, who is represented in the Horologium. Were the timing but a little different, the black raven would be mismatched with the Horologium, or the sending of the dove would overlap both constellations.
The second time the dove is sent is especially remarkable:
Comet E3 is directly crossing into the clock face at the time corresponding to when the dove was released the second time and returned with the olive leaf. The clock face has proven to be a very significant border.
The sign of the Son of man began when comet K2 crossed outside this boundary (dark blue line in the image), as though signifying the coming of the Lord out of His place. When comet BB crossed that boundary in 2021, there was an annular solar eclipse that already prefigured the sign of the Son of man, and also suggested the coming retribution against the leaders of the G20 nations, who were then agreeing on a campaign to “vaccinate the world” to bring people away from allegiance to their Creator. And comet BB left the clock face precisely on May 27, 2023—the anniversary of Jesus’ resurrection and marking the beginning of the year of the redeemed until Jesus would raise the righteous dead of all ages exactly one year later.
Now, we see that the very day that comet E3 crosses that boundary corresponds to when the dove brought back an olive leaf. And why an olive leaf? Because the Horologium is one of the two witnesses that gives its spiritual oil, and they are illustrated biblically as olive trees! Not only that, but notice that comet E3 crossed over the line of the fourth loop of comet BB, which represents the leaves of the tree, just like the dove clipped off a leaf and brought it back to Noah (even as it is portrayed in the constellation of Columba in the center of the sign of the Son of man). God seems to have no limit to His wonders.
The last time Noah sends the dove corresponds to the following scene:
This time, there is nothing more in front of comet E3. The dove goes out and finds rest. Perhaps the numeral IV upon which it stands signifies that rest through its relation to the fourth commandment.
The prepared portion of heavenly manna points still to several months beyond this point—a time that is sure to be a trying time with the earth being flooded with fiery judgments of God. But with a God who so prepares the heavens to provide a beacon of stability in this chaotic world, you can safely trust Him with every care of your life. Get on the heavenly ark by choosing to believe the evidence He has provided, and He will not lose you from His grip, no matter how troubled and shaken the world may become around you. He has promised to carry us safely through until we disembark on the new earth and partake of the everlasting joys of His Creation.
Humble yourselves therefore under the mighty hand of God [in Orion], that he may exalt you in due time: Casting all your care upon him; for he careth for you. (1 Peter 5:6-7)
A thousand shall fall at thy side, and ten thousand at thy right hand; but it shall not come nigh thee. Only with thine eyes shalt thou behold and see the reward of the wicked. Because thou hast made the Lord, which is my refuge, even the most High, thy habitation [the sign of the Son of man]; There shall no evil befall thee, neither shall any plague come nigh thy dwelling. (Psalms 91:7-10)
Jeremiah 46:10 – For this is the day of the Lord God of hosts, a day of vengeance, that he may avenge him of his adversaries: and the sword shall devour, and it shall be satiate and made drunk with their blood: for the Lord God of hosts hath a sacrifice in the north country by the river Euphrates. ↑
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