July 20, 2006, is the first date in the grand series of modern dates that derive from the time line of the Exodus Plagues. This is the first such date in a series of dates. In part this date sets the tone that is likely to be seen as further dates in this series unfold.
There have been previous series of prophetic dates, including for example the First Persian Gulf War, but none have been as strong as this, none have involved a specific individual as this series is clearly involving the new UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon.
The specific timing, and associated scripture are near the bottom of this article.
The basic prophetic fulfillment follows the story of Pharaoh attempting to kill the male Hebrew babies. Of course the fulfillment was war in Israel. This war broke out about 8 days ahead of theoretical, with the kidnapping and likely assassination of 2 Israeli soldiers. Ehud Goldwasser and Eldad Regev are still considered missing, and there is some chance they will be recovered, though there was several other soldiers killed and an Israeli IDF report that said they had been wounded in the abduction. The prophetic story, of dead male Hebrew babies, suggests they are dead.
The exact prophetic story requires Pharaoh killing male Hebrew babies across the prophetic date, so this war broke out in very close relation, but before, the exact theoretical time. This is as expected.
The associated text uses the unusual and distinct term Hebrew babies instead of the more expected term Israelite babies. This choice of terms is important as Hebrew applies specifically to the modern nation of Israel and to the Jews spread around the world. The other possible biblical terms have broader application and terms like Israelite include adopted sons of Abraham through the New Covenant. This specialized term Hebrew excludes these cases.
The term Hebrew means specifically those who cross over and is a reference in history to Abraham’s family’s crossing over from Ur to Canaan when Abraham first arrived in the promised land. On July 19, 2006, the Israeli army began massing on the Lebanon border and then on July 22, 2006, there were reports that the Israeli army had crossed over into south Lebanon. This action is not precisely timed based on the normal fog of war but the action matches the associated Bible story quite well.
Of course the war would be over by August 13, 2006, and full recall of Israeli troops from Lebanon would not be reported until into December of 2006. This war was just long enough to span across the prophetic story. The war eventually caused the displacement of an estimated 1,000,000 Lebanese and between 300,000 and 500,000 Israelis. This displacement also plays to the crossing over theme of that special word Hebrew. Final military death tolls were reported on August 23, 2006, as 119 Israeli soldiers killed.
There is a detailed war time line on Wikipedia.
Question: Was there a Pharaoh’s agent in this war?
Olmert is widely considered to have been the single instigator of this war. The Hezbollah had been pestering the Israeli army in various ways for years, and this was a disproportionate response. Eventually an analysis of the war would argue that this war was extremely badly handled, which of course serves the interests of someone deliberately trying to kill Hebrew babies. Many have suspected Olmert to be a New World Order insider and other prophetic stories suggest he took the job by secretly poisoning ----. All of this suggests Olmert is Pharaoh’s agent on the scene, killing Hebrew male babies.
Moses was born during the time when Pharaoh was killing the Hebrew babies. Of course the war going on in Israel was killing that set the context. This was where the world was watching, but at the United Nations a straw poll was being conducted in order to determine who would replace Kofi Anan as the new United Nations General Secretary.
On July 24, 2006, a Monday, 4 days after the theoretical prophetic date, there was the first straw poll for the selection of Ban Ki-moon as the new Secretary General of the United Nations.
Ban Ki-moon shows up on nearly all prophetic dates from the Exodus Plagues series. He is the leader of the people, all the people, in the whole world. He will eventually turn his office over to Joshua.
1These are the names of the sons of Israel, who came into Egypt; every man and his house came with Jacob:
2Reuben, Simeon, Levi, and Judah,
3Issachar, Zebulun, and Benjamin,
4Dan, and Naphtali, Gad, and Asher.
5And all the persons that came out of the loins of Jacob were 70 persons; for Joseph was in Egypt already.
6And Joseph died, and all his brothers, and all that generation.
7And the sons of Israel were fruitful and increased abundantly, and multiplied and grew exceedingly strong; and the land was filled with them.
8Now there rose up a new king over Egypt who did not know Joseph.
9And he said to his people, Look, the people of the sons of Israel are more numerous and stronger than we;
10come, let us deal wisely with them, before they multiply, lest when we chance to be at war, they will be added to our enemies, and fight against us, and drive us out of the land.
11Therefore they appointed over them cruel taskmasters to afflict them with burdens. And for pharaoh they built cities with storehouses, Pithom and Rameses.
12But the more they oppressed them, the more they multiplied and became strong. And the Egyptians were grieved because of the sons of Israel.
13So the Egyptians oppressed the sons of Israel severely;
14and they made their lives bitter with hard labor, in mortar and in bricks and in all manner of work in the field; all their service in which they made them serve was with rigor.
15And the king of Egypt spoke to the Hebrew midwives, of whom the name of the one was Puah and the name of the other Shiphrah;
16and he said to them, When you perform your duties as midwives to the Hebrew women, look out when they kneel to deliver; if it is a male, then you must kill him; but if it is a female, then let her live.
17But the midwives feared god, and did not do as the king of Egypt commanded them, but let the boys live.
18So the king of Egypt called for the midwives and said to them, Why have you done this thing, and let the boys live?
19And the midwives said to pharaoh, The Hebrew women are not like the Egyptian women; for they themselves are midwives, and are delivered before a midwife comes to them.
20Therefore god dealt well with the midwives, because they spared the males; and the people multiplied, and grew exceedingly strong.
21And it came to pass, because the midwives feared god, he blessed them with families.
22And pharaoh charged all the people saying, Every son that is born you will cast into the river, and every daughter you will let live.
1And a man from the house of Levi went and took as his wife a daughter of the house of Levi.
2And the woman conceived and bore a son; and when she saw that he was a handsome boy, she hid him for 3 months.