Tier4 Dates

This article covers the math for a possible 4th tier. It is inconclusive and has not yet made it onto the charts.

Background

I write this, or start, this page on July 25, 2005.

I’ve been working through yet another revision of the charts. In the past few days I’ve been adding headline data into what I call "Tier 3." That data has mostly dealt with events in World War I, which follows closely the prophetic story of Jesus’ crown of thorns. The kings that arrived for the funeral of the dead king in England would soon cause 10,000,000 deaths across Europe. They were a crown of thorns.

The earlier Tiers are the following:

  • Tier 1: is the day-for-a-year tier, along with detail side bands, like Noah’s flood, and anniversary side bands like the 7000th anniversary of Noah’s flood.

  • Tier 2: is Jesus’ ministry detail, with a 30 to 1 ratio, showing off Jesus’ ministry. It contains a modern date series that will continue to run for some time.

  • Tier 3: is formed by Jesus’ passion. It takes the passion week replay of Jesus’ own ministry and overlays that against the historical time line. That band is interesting because it becomes predictive when Jesus says you shall see me coming with power and great glory.

    This tier is curious because it puts a fall of Adam mid 1825 AD. It aligns the US civil war with Noah’s flood. It aligns the Roman invasion of Jerusalem with the same stories. It also includes the invasion, and destruction of Fallujah in November of 2004, with the same thing.

Tier 4 is motivated by several observations over the past few days.

The first is that the historical period captured in Tier 4 is very much incomplete. Previous work has show the seal dates begin in the late 1500s and run through 1974. The 3rd Tier is beginning in 1825, about 1/2 way through. This suggests that the 3rd tier should be run back to the 1500s.

The problem with simply doing this is the size of the charts would grow considerably, and probably without much value. There are currently 100 years on the printed charts. (1974 through 2074) Going back to the late 1500s would add another 200 years earlier and thus triple the overall size of the charts. This is hard to imagine.

An informal check of what would happen on the Tier 1 modern calendar was that it would go back to 1860s at the same time. Since Tier 3 already has the 1860s, it suggests strongly that there is another tier, lurking above, this "Tier 4" which simply redraws tier 3 in terms of tier 1. That is what this page is setting out show, the math for this idea.

Bounding the Problem

The origin that is interesting, at least on a first glance, is to be able to draw all of the seals and all of the psalms. Note these 2 series have been shown earlier to be related. Psalm 1 goes with Dan’s un-called out seal. The first real seal goes with Psalm 13, seal 2 with Psalm 25 and so on through the list. The seal dates thus set the psalm dates.

The psalms run longer, though 150,000 days instead of 144,000 days.

The dates for the psalms have already been established. The report is here.

The 2 dates that matter for this discussion is the first and last. The first psalm is dated at:

Psalm 1
Tue12570-03-23 AA16 Oct 1579 NS6 Oct 2332 AUC4585223 AAN
3070-03-23 FE6 Oct 1579 OS6 Oct 1579 AD2298066 JDN

Each psalm is "covering" 1000 days. The date given above is at the start of the 1000 days for the first psalm.

The day after the 150th psalm is 150,000 days later...

Psalm 150 Date
Sat12981-05-23 AA23 Jun 1990 NS10 Jun 2743 AUC4735223 AAN
3481-05-23 FE10 Jun 1990 OS10 Jun 1990 AD2448066 JDN

This is the range that we’re trying to get "charted" in a band that can be "seen" in some interesting way.

The No-Band Answer

For review, and future reference, I want to point out that the problem is conceivably solved by running the charts left some 200 more pages. Here’s the math that addresses that thought.

Tier 3 has it’s Adam replay date at...

Adam’s Replay Date in Tier 3
Tue12816-03-10 AA5 Jul 1825 NS23 Jun 2578 AUC4674970 AAN
3316-03-10 FE23 Jun 1825 OS23 Jun 1825 AD2387813 JDN

Notice the day number, and notice how many days back this band must be extended to reach the psalm 1.

Psalm 1 day: 4,585,223

Adam Replay Day: 4,674,970

Difference: 89,747

Now, the modern date band is going by at 1 day to the division. This is 5040 Bible seconds to the division while the Tier 3 days are going by at 10944 Bible Seconds to the division.

In order to stretch the modern date band back to Psalm 1, we need the following: 89,747 / 10944 * 5044 = 41,330.8 days earlier.

The same Adam replay date on the modern band is in 1974. The following is the report.

Adam’s First Year, Tier 1
Mon12965-06-05 AA29 Jul 1974 NS16 Jul 2727 AUC4729415 AAN
3465-06-05 FE16 Jul 1974 OS16 Jul 1974 AD2442258 JDN

The staring point of 4,729,415 less the days back of 41,331 yields 4,688,084 or the place along the modern simple, day-for-year time line where Psalm 1 should be placed.

The following is the report for that first Psalm date.

Psalm 1 Date, Tier 1
Fri12852-02-14 AA31 May 1861 NS19 May 2614 AUC4688084 AAN
3352-02-14 FE19 May 1861 OS19 May 1861 AD2400927 JDN

This June 1 date is very close to the already known opening of the American civil war. It puts the events of the original dates for Psalm 1 close to Noah. That can be confirmed, the first circumnavigation of the world, including the claiming of New Albion, or New England, the US West Coast for England, was made in that era.

The same set of questions must be asked for Psalm 150. Where is Psalm 150 in Tier 1? This, it should be obvious, is not the same place in Tier 1 as it normally is, even though it lands in the normal range for tier 1. The following is the same math, but run for the end of Psalm 150. For review, the following is the date for psalm 150:

Psalm 150 Date
Sat12981-05-23 AA23 Jun 1990 NS10 Jun 2743 AUC4735223 AAN
3481-05-23 FE10 Jun 1990 OS10 Jun 1990 AD2448066 JDN

Like before, we need the difference, in days, between this date and the replay of Adam’s first day in Tier 3.

Psalm 150 Day: 4,735,223

Adam Replay Day: 4,674,970

Difference: 60,253

Now, the modern date band is going by at 1 day to the division. This is 5040 Bible seconds to the division while the Tier 3 days are going by at 10944 Bible Seconds to the division.

In order to stretch the modern date band forward to Psalm 150, we need the following: 60253 / 10944 * 5044 = 27748.0921053 days later.

Adam’s Replay in Tier 1
Mon12965-06-05 AA29 Jul 1974 NS16 Jul 2727 AUC4729415 AAN
3465-06-05 FE16 Jul 1974 OS16 Jul 1974 AD2442258 JDN

The same Adam replay date on the modern band is in 1974. The following is the report.

Adam’s Replay in Tier 1
Mon12965-06-05 AA29 Jul 1974 NS16 Jul 2727 AUC4729415 AAN
3465-06-05 FE16 Jul 1974 OS16 Jul 1974 AD2442258 JDN

The staring point of 4729415 plus the days ahead by 27748.0921053 yields 4757163 or the place along the modern simple, day-for-year time line where the day after Psalm 150 should be placed.

The following is the report for that last Psalm date.

Psalm 150+ date in Tier 1
Mon13041-08-03 AA18 Jul 2050 NS5 Jul 2803 AUC4757163 AAN
3541-08-03 FE5 Jul 2050 OS5 Jul 2050 AD2470006 JDN

Now, the bottom, simple, day-for-a-year scale does not have both 1860 and 2050, but, the Tier 3 does and so it is possible to draw this range, with the seals, with all of the psalms in a row, when we draw this aligned above Tier 3.

We’ll get to the details below...

First, some statistics:

Total days in this range: 69078

The average number of days/psalm: 460.52