## We’re Almost There!!!

False Prophet Ronald Weinland was not distracted by the Gold Coast Meter Maids and was able to pull together a Last Great Day sermon in only a day.  He ramped up expectations for a 4th organized feast after the last organized feast next year.  After all, it is possible given that the period after the 5th trumpet need last only 150 days.  Counting backward from May 27, 2012 by 150 days means that the 5th trumpet has to blow by December 29, 2011.

The other period of time that Weinland mentioned is 398 days of preparation of the Asiatic horde before the 6th trumpet.  I’m going to have to go back and figure out how he came up with that number, because reading Rev 9:15 which reads:

And the four angels were loosed, which were prepared for an hour, and a day, and a month, and a year, for to slay the third part of men

The number I came up with was 391 days as the sum of 360 (prophetic year) + 30 (prophetic month) + 1 day and we can forget the hour.  So I don’t know where the other 7 days come from, so I’ll have to go back and listen to the sermon carefully as Ron has the degree in mathematics and would not make such an elementary mistake.

Seems it may be a moot point whether the preparation begins 391 days  (May 2, 2011) or 398 days (April 25, 2011 which happens to be the last day of Unleavened Bread) prior to May 27, 2012,  or maybe even sooner (maybe Passover of 2011) , as we may not be able to recognize the start of preparation even after the fact.

I predict that Ron will have a Feast of Tabernacles next year.  This even if tax evasion charges are made against him before the end of this year.  Ron would have his lawyers delay events as long as he could, and if not there’s always the appeal process.  After all, the second, third, and fourth trumpets will topple the US government before the end of next year.

Update 9/30/10 0800: I went back and listened to selected portions of the sermon.  Ron hedged on the 150-day period of the 5th trumpet — since the period is expressed as months instead of days, a part of a month counts as a month.  He mentioned Jan 8, 2012 as being 140 days before the end, which is a prophetically significant date (the last half-a-time).  It happens that I chose Jan 7, 2012 in Dill Weed’s “End of the End” contest.   So it appears already that I will lose.  Four prophetic months or 120 days before Christ’s non-return on May 27, 2012 is Jan 28, 2012.  When that time rolls around, he’ll probably consult his concordance to reinterpret the Bible and stretch out a few more days.

• Whisper says:

“Weinland mentioned is 398 days of preparation of the Asiatic horde…”

Seems like such a short time to assemble a “horde”. In today’s ultra-quick news enviornment the tell tale signs of such a “horde assembly” would be noted long before the actual “assembly”. Public opinion must change, political figures of highly inflamable rhetoric must arise, the military must switch into high gear, huge events must rock the populous.
For all this to happen AND the acutal assembly happen AND the march overland to the Middle East (that’s quite a long journey for a “horde”) really puts the timeline under tremendous pressure.

All I have to say is that “horde” had best get a move on and quick or they are gonna get nasty letters from Ron!

Go figure?

• J says:

I find it quite amusing that in just 20 months, Ron and his wife are expected to be lying dead in the streets of Jerusalem. So much to do….such little time.

When will it all come crashing down? Ron surely can’t keep the ruse going until Pentecost 2012. I guess heads will start rolling during next year’s Feast. After all, that would be the FINAL Feast of Tabernacles, right? If everything in the world is exactly like it is now next year, how could ANYONE be convinced that just 8 months later, the world will be in shambles? Or perhaps Weinland will compress the Tribulation so much that it will take place in a single day.

Everything will soon start falling apart, and we have front row tickets.

• Ryan says:

You know that much of their military doesn’t have to physically march from China, right ? They could be flown or driven there, maybe military air-craft capable of hoarding lots of people. Would take a very many of them, but it doesn’t have to be by foot. They could haul them to like 30 miles away or something, or maybe to will be by foot, whom really knows ?

• Mike (DDTFA) says:

Ryan, you are correct, it wouldn’t have to be by foot. If by vehicles, as you point out, it would take quite a few of them. Where are these vehicles? It takes quite awhile to build up an army. Soldiers have to be recruited, trained, and equipped. They have to be fed and moved. Would take longer than a year, a month, and a day to mobilize a 200-million-man army.