At the time of Jesus’ Passion week he replayed, in quick order, the entire time of his ministry, That replay extended beyond his return such that he was able to make editorial about the timing of his return within that week.
That entire replay, though, was part of the ministry year of Jesus. This suggests that as Jesus’ ministry was a replay within a replay, there is also a replay within a replay in terms of world history.
The evidence of such a replay is compelling and the charts demonstrate the rough pattern, with the Triumphal entry landing in the 1820s, Noah’s flood early in the 1860s and so on.
This page is provides the derivation of the exact mathematics for this replay. It provides the basis for the website tools and the basis for adding this date strip onto the charts themselves.
What is so important about this study is that it has already gone beyond the return of Jesus, replaying as it did with the First Flight at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina in 1902. For more than 100 years since, world headlines have been describing that post-return era in considerable detail.
The goal of this study is to find a point and slope pair for an equation that establishes the relationship between historical years and the modern long replay suggested by Jesus’ ministry replay within his last week of ministry. What follows is the derivation of those two values.
Jesus’ overall ministry was replaying history at the rate 30 historical years to the day.
This rate went up considerably with passion week. Here Jesus began replaying his own ministry at 1 week to the hour. This rate change is best seen in references in Revelation where 3.5 days is equated to 1/2 an hour. The ratio is 7 days to the hour.
What this means is that for each hour in Passion week, across that high speed replay time, Jesus was replaying 7 days * 30 years/day = 210 years.
Of course his ministry days were 24 hours long, so 24 * 210 = 5040 historical years per day across that Passion week time.
We’ve established elsewhere that this is also the fundamental structure of the clock itself, each hour broken down into 7s and those broken down into 30s. So, there are 5040 Bible Seconds in a day.
Jesus’ regular ministry was running 30 historical years to the day.
This is not a good basis for finding the "seconds in ministry to seconds in history" ratio because the historical calendar has a 50 year periodicity. Any 30 year period along the calendar is not a whole number, or the same number, because of the irregular structure of the calendar.
The two systems, though, are at whole numbers every 5 days in Jesus’ ministry. Here there are 150 historical years (5 * 30 = 150). This is 3 whole Jubilee cycles so a ratio built on a 5 day cycle can, perhaps, operate at full whole numbers without fractional parts.
Taken this way, 5 days in Jesus’ ministry is 5 * 5040 = 25,200 years.
This is also 25,200 seconds, because 1 second is running off 1 historical year.
On the historical side, those 150 years that pass in 3 days of Jesus ministry are 3 * days_in(150 years) = 3 * 18,240 = 57,720 days.
Of course on the historical side of this those 57,720 days can also be turned into seconds...
57,720 days * 5040 seconds/day = 275,788,800 seconds.
These two numbers establish the ratio. Every 25,200 seconds in Jesus ministry is a direct match to 275,788,800 seconds in history. By dividing these two numbers we get the slope:
275,788,800 / 25,200 = 10944 (exactly, with no fraction)
This says that each historical year from Adam replayed on a long range replay as 10944 Bible Seconds in the modern era. Since each Bible Second was a replay of a year, this means there were 10944 historical seconds passing each second in Jesus’ ministry.
Though we will not use it in the computer implementations, for those curious, since there are 5040 seconds to the day...
10944 / 5040 = 2.171428 modern days to the average historical year.
The normal internal math will be to take the historical year, multiply by 10944 and then divide by 5040 to learn the day within the relay where the year falls. (This being completely accurate without roundoff error introduced by decimal values in the terms. Of course the date could be mid-year and have fraction parts in the computation and the result could be mid day, also a fractional part.)
For those curious, this is the largest pair of terms in any ratio used to date in the Bible Time project. (I write this 2005.05.02)
Note also that the fraction 10944/5040 can be reduced to 76/35, so the multiply is 76 the division is 35.
We must also know the "zero point" that time in history when this replay begins. The time immediately after this point when the first year of Adam falls.
To get the "zero point" we need to find two times, one in history, and one in Jesus’ ministry, that we know to exactly align. These don’t need to be the zero point themselves, since once known both systems can be "run to zero" from the known time.
Because of the irregular nature of the historical, Jubilee based historical calendar, the known time point must be on a Jubilee break, ie 1/1/1 or any other multiple of 50 years from here.
One of those actually exists, known to the time line already, at the general inflection at the start of the day, at sunset, on 13001/1/15 at 1:1:1.
This time aligns with sunset between 11019/10/10 AA, the Saturday sunset while Jesus was in the tomb, and 11019/10/11 AA, beginning after sunset on Saturday night when Jesus was in the tomb.
With the assumption that Sunset, or 11019/10/11 1:1:1 AA is the exact second which should be aligned with 13001/1/15 at 1:1:1 AA we can compute the needed "zero point."
Jesus’ replay of Adam’s fall, Adam’s first year, was at 11019/10/4 AA, Daylight Hour 9, 20 bible seconds into the hour.
By inspection on the charts this is 6 full days of 24 hours, plus 4 more hours, less 20 seconds.
6 days * 24 hours/day + 4 hours - 20 seconds.
6 days * 24 hours/day = 144 hours
(144 hours + 4 hours) * 210 seconds/hour = 31,080 seconds
31,080 seconds - 20 seconds = 31,060 seconds.
This last number is the number of seconds before sunset in Jerusalem when Jesus theoretically replayed the start of Adam’s first year.
Since each of those seconds represents 10944 seconds back in modern time, the "zero point" when the replay of Adam’s first year began in the modern era is.
10944 * 31060 historical seconds earlier.
10944 * 31060 = 339,920,640 historical seconds earlier.
At 5040 seconds to the day, these are 67,444.571 days earlier.
This replay began on Tuesday, July, 5, 1825 NS about 2 hours before sunrise in Jerusalem.
12816/3/10 AA + (5040 - 2880) seconds.
12816/3/10 + 2160 seconds.
At 210 seconds to the hour, this is 10 hours + 60 seconds.
At 30 seconds to the minute, this is 2 minutes.
12816/3/10 11:2:30 AA in Jerusalem. Was the exact start
As I was finishing the preceding, I was interrupted, in early May, 2005.
On July 8, 2005, I was back looking at the charts and getting this drawn. What was about to go into this file 2 months ago was the next step.
It is, of course, much harder to do when the anointing is off, and now saying hurry up.
Those years, with 12861/3/10 11:2:30 AA at the start of an Adam’s replay, are also, themselves, years subject to standard day-for-a-year replay used throughout the project.
Since there is very high accuracy, though, to what we are about to do, we cannot simply take the year 12816 and start running days. The Jubilee cycle must be compensated for. Every 50 days there is an exact alignment between the days and years in the day-for-a-year system.
In this case the interesting alignment is 12801 1:1:1 AA. From here, every 50 years will align with 50 days.
The natural ending point for this is 13001 1:1:1 AA, or 200 days across 200 years.