This date identifies New Years Day, 2010 as the "Start of your year." This is part of the reason why the dates from mid 2006 through 2010 are thought to be reasonably accurate before the headlines unfold.
The following is the report for this prophetic date. The exact prophetic hour is at nominal sunset in Jerusalem on the afternoon of December 31, 2009.
The Bible’s normal day-break time is nominal sunset in Jerusalem. Within that system’s ability to mark the day-break to a new year, this is as close as is possible.
At this moment locations east from Jerusalem, primarily locations along the eastern edges of Asia, will already have started celebrating New Years Eve, the time break into the year 2010 AD.
The text of this associated passage says, "This is the 1st month of your year."
The Bible’s 30 day/month calendar is not the calendar used by God for measuring time and the use of the divine voice sets in contrast the 2 calendar systems. This is one of the proof texts that there are indeed 2 different systems.
1Then Yahvah spoke to Moses and Aaron in the land of Egypt saying,
2This month will be to you the beginning of months; it will be the 1st month of the year to you.
The difference between the Bible's strict 30 day calendar and the modern calendars aligned with the movements of the sun can be seen in the Psalm 136 date that aligns with this date.
The text of Exodus gets considerably harder to parse after this time reference and until there are confirmations, I’ve stopped here with posting possible future dates.
December 31, 2009, sees a "blue moon" on New Years Eve in various parts of the world. A blue moon is the second full moon in a calendar month. This happens roughly every 2.5 years, but happens on New Years Eve once every 19 years. The last was 1990, the next is 2028.
Some parts of the world will see this full moon as the first full moon in January, 2010, and those parts of the world will have a blue moon at the end of January.
This full moon is important for another reason, the Hebrew and Islamic calendars are both based on the phases of the moon. On the Hebrew calendar 2010-01-01 is 15 Teveth 5770. On the Islamic calendar 2010-01-01 is 15 Muharram 1431. These are both mid-month because these calendars both start months with a new moon, not a full moon. The text of this date is thus unambiguously pointing at the Gregorian calendar.