Bible Dates: The Unspoken Bible
Time shall unfold what plaited cunning hides.
-Shakespeare: King Lear
This report compares the dates of the astrological Ages of Gemini, Taurus, Aries and Pisces with the Bible’s scriptural timetable. The conclusion is that they come remarkably close.
The development of astrology and astronomy predates written history. When there no clocks, the positions of the sun, moon, planets and stars was the only way to tell time. With what must have taken an incredible amount of time and patience, early observers learned how to predict seasons, when it was time to plant and when it was time
The Egyptians and the Phoenicians were early students of the stars, but historians give credit for mathematical astronomy to the Chaldeans, an empire which later became known as Babylon. Their system was later refined by the Greeks. What they all had
in common was a mythology associated with the constellations. Hebrews and Christian had their own versions.
One of those puzzling oddities about ancient folklore is their similarities. For example, cultures spread all over the world, from the Orient to Mesopotamia to the Americas, had creation myths and flood myths. Biblicists would argue that they must be historically true, because how could so many people so far apart be wrong. The correct answer is that what they had in common was those moving lights in the sky.
In what is known as the “Babylonian Captivity”, it was the Chaldean ruler Nebuchadnezzer II, who conquered Jerusalem and deported prominent Jews to Chaldea in 586 BCE. It was about this time when the Old Testament was compiled into its final form. The dating in the Old Testament starts about here and goes back 4,000 years. “Four” is
one of the magic numbers which signifies a complete journey and represents the four cardinal directions.
There is another factor which influenced the Bible’s narrative motifs. The Chaldeans observed that the timing of the twelve divisions of Zodiac constellation changed every 2,160 years. It meant that there was a Great Year spanning 25,920 years.
Because of earth’s tilt and its large mass at the equator, gravitational forces from the sun, moon and planets cause it to wobble about it center like a spinning top. About 2,750 BCE, Thuban was the North Pole star; today it is Polaris.
The sun’s cycle is like the hand of a clock marking the time of the twelve Zodiac constellations. The method for sighting constellations was to mark the zero hour when the sun crossed the equator at the time of the spring equinox. For the last 2,000 years, the
sun as been drifting across Pisces during the spring equinox. Because ofthe direction of precession, the Great Cycle rotates backwards relative to the sun’s monthly Zodiac cycle.
Spread out over a period of 2160 years, the yearly changes are so subtle, that there is no exact date when these ages crossover. Generally they align with the time of Jesus, because his solar birth marked the beginning of the Age of Pisces.
AquariusWater CarrierAir2160 CE?
|Prophetic age||Symbol||Element||Astral Time||Event|
|Taurus||Bull||Earth||4220 BCE||Adam and Eve|
|Aries||Ram||Fire||2160 BCE||Abraham and Moses|
As explained in Days of Creation, Gemini with its air element represents the
Spirit of God moving over the waters in Genesis 1:2. Gemini is located
above the constellation Orion. To the ancient Egyptians, Orion was
Osiris, the god of light. So when God created light, he created Orion.
To the Hebrews, light represented God’s power.
3“Let there be light”; and there was light.
The Age of Taurus begins with the creation of Adam and Eve. The serpent was the constellation Serpens. Adam symbolized the constellation Bootes. And Eve was Virgo. They are located in sequence in the zodiac. When God chased them from the Garden, Virgo fell below the horizon and Perseus with his sword rose above the horizon as if to be chasing them out.
Ezekiel’s description of cherubim with four faces of a man, lion, ox and eagle define the Age of Taurus because they represent the four cardinal constellations in the Age of Taurus.
10 (Ezek. 1:10)
The Age of Aries the ram starts with Abraham. His original name Abram has “ram” in it. Instead of sacrificing his son Isaac, he sacrificed a ram instead.
The Age of Aries includes Moses. The report on Moses’ Sun Signs shows that his character personified the sun. The
seminal event that marked the Age of Aries was the Passover when the
Israelites painted their door with lamb’s blood to protect them from the
21 (Ex. 12:21)
The Jewish week begins on a Saturday because
Saturn is the planet of Yahweh.
Pisces the fish marks the time
When Was Jesus Born. When he was born in the end of the Age of
Aries, he was called the Lamb of God twice at the beginning of the Book
next day John seeth Jesus coming unto him, and saith, Behold the Lamb of
God, which taketh away the sin of the world. (John 1:29)
After he was baptized, the Gospels continually
associate Jesus with fish.
Jesus, walking by the sea of Galilee, saw two brethren, Simon called
Peter, and Andrew his brother, casting a net into the sea: for they were
fishers. (Matt. 4:18)
The Christian week begins on Sunday because the sun
personified as Jesus is the God of Christianity. From the findings in
Gospel Zodiac, Jesus’ mission lasts one solar year.
When Jesus says he will be with us until the close
of the age, he means to the close of the Age of Pisces.
them to observe all that I have commanded you; and lo, I am with you
always, to the close of the age.”
Dates according to Scripture
The table below shows a 4,000 year cycle that
fits into the astrological timetable above. Depending on which passage
we use, it is possible to come up small variations. There is no need to
quibble about it; it is still off by at least six billion years.
According to Peter, with the Lord, a thousand
years is a day. “Four” represents the four cardinal directions and a
do not ignore this one fact, beloved, that with the Lord one day is as a
thousand years, and a thousand years as one day.
(2 Peter 3:8)
This is why
Methuselah lived 969 years. No mortal was to be represented as living a
thousand years, the length of God’s day.
27 (Gen. 5:27)
|Adam||fathered Seth||130||130||4016||Gen. 5.3|
|Seth||fathered Enosh||105||235||3911||Gen. 5:6|
|Enosh||fathered Kenan||90||325||3821||Gen 5:9|
|Kenan||fathered Mahalalel||70||395||3751||Gen 5:12|
|Mahalalel||fathered Jared||65||460||3686||Gen 5:15|
|Jared||fathered Enoch||162||622||3524||Gen 5:18|
|Enoch||fathered Methuselah||65||687||3459||Gen 5:21|
|Methuselah||fathered Lamech||187||874||3272||Gen 5:25|
|Lamech||fathered Noah||182||1056||3090||Gen 5:28, 29|
|Noah||fathered Shem||500||1556||2590||Gen 5:32|
|Shem||fathered Arpachshad||100||1656||2490||Gen 11:10|
|Arpachshad||fathered Shelah||35||1691||2455||Gen 11:12|
|Shelah||fathered Eber||30||1721||2425||Gen 11:14|
|Eber||fathered Peleg||34||1755||2391||Gen 11:16|
|Peleg||fathered Reu||30||1785||2361||Gen 11:18|
|Reu||fathered Serug||32||1817||2329||Gen 11:20|
|Serug||fathered Nahor||30||1847||2299||Gen 11:22|
|Nahor||fathered Terah||29||1876||2270||Gen 11:24|
|Terah||fathered Abram||70||1946||2200||Gen 11:26|
|Abraham||fathered Isaac||100||2046||2100||Gen 17:17, 21:15|
|Isaac||fathered Jacob||60||2106||2040||Gen 25:26|
|Jacob||entered Egypt||130||2236||1910||Gen 47:9|
|Exodus||Left Egypt||430||2666||1480||Ex 12:40|
|Solomon||Begins temple||480||3146||1000||1 Kings 6:1|
|Solomon||reign after temple||36||3182||964||1 Kings 6:1, 11:42|
|Rehoboam||reign||17||3199||947||1 Kings 14:21|
|Abijam||reign||3||3202||944||1 Kings 15:2|
|Asa||reign||41||3243||903||1 Kings 15:21|
|Jehoshaphat||reign||25||3268||878||1 Kings 22:42|
|Jehoram||reign||7||3275||871||2 Kings 8:16, 25|
|Ahaziah||reign||1||3276||870||2 Kings 8:25|
|Joash||reign||40||3316||830||2 Kings 12:1|
|Amaziah||reign||21||3337||809||2 Kings 14:2|
|Azariah||reign||52||3389||757||2 Kings 15:2|
|Jotham||reign||16||3405||741||2 Kings 15:33|
|Ahaz||reign||16||3421||725||2 Kings 16:2|
|Hezekiah||reign||29||3450||696||2 Kings 18:2|
|Manasseh||reign||55||3505||641||2 Kings 21:1|
|Amon||reign||2||3507||639||2 Kings 21:19|
|Josiah||reign||31||3538||608||2 Kings 22:1|
|Jehoahaz||reign||¼||3538||608||2 Kings 23:31|
|Jehoiakim||reign||11||3549||597||2 Kings 23:36|
|Jehoiachin||reign||¼||3549||597||2 Kings 24:8|
|Zedediah||Reign ends at beginning of exile, Temple destroyed||11||3560||586||2 Kings 24:18, & 25:8,
|Exile||Temple rebuilt and rededicated||0||3982||164||1 Maccabees 4:52
1. Until the seventeenth century, no one had
any idea how old earth was. By using the Bible, a certain Archbishop
James Usher in 1630 announced that the world was created by God in the
year 4004 BCE. This date was widely accepted for 200 years until news
came of an ancient civilization in Egypt.
In 1800, when Napoleon Bonaparte led a military
campaign in Egypt, he took a team of France’s best scientists with him
to find out what they could about the Egyptian civilization. Up to that
time, Egyptian hieroglyphs were a dead language and no one knew the
history of Egypt. Napoleon’s campaign failed, but his scientists found a
stone with engravings in Egyptian and Greek-the Rosetta stone.
When they deciphered the language, they found
records tracing back to a civilization at least 4,000 years old. This
was the first time the Bible was discredited as an historical text.
2. Noah’s flood would have been an event of
epic proportions. According to the table above, earth was flooded around
2590 BCE. This date correlates near the reigns of two of Egypt’s most
prominent pyramid builders: Sneferu, 2613-2589 BCE and his son, Cheops,
2589-2566 BCE. Egyptian dates are not speculative; they kept excellent
Sneferu was Egypt’s first pyramid builder. His
first two flopped, but he was buried in his third, the Red Pyramid of
Dahshur. Cheops built the largest pyramid of all, the Great Pyramid of
Giza. Would anybody care to speculate how it is possible to build
Not only is there no archeological or geological
evidence of a great worldwide flood, even if such a flood was local, it
would have destroyed remnants of the ancient Egyptians. The reason why
Egyptian monuments and hieroglyphs have remained so well preserved for
thousands of years is that the region is dry all year round.
3. The Exodus date of 1480 BCE coincides
with the Egyptian pharaoh Tutmosis III who reigned from 1504 to 1450
BCE. His body could not have been washed away in the Red Sea, it was
found in a tomb in Egypt and now can be seen in a Cairo museum.
Speculation has it that the Exodus pharaoh was
Ramsey the Great who ruled from 1279 to 1212 BCE. He was also found
entombed in Egypt. In fact, no archeological evidence even hints of mass
Jewish slavery, the ten plagues, the Passover, the Exodus and the Red
Sea. Outside the Bible, it never happened.
4. In what is commonly known as the
Babylonian Captivity, the year 586 BCE was calculated from the first
historical date confirmed outside the bible. According to 2 Kings 25:8,
King Nebuchadnezzar II, who ruled from 605-562 BCE, destroyed Jerusalem
and the Temple in the 19th year of his reign,
The Temple was rebuilt and rededicated in 164 BCE.
The table shows 4077 years, the span of Old Testament history. It is one
of the most important dates in Jewish history.
58(1 Maccabees 4:58).
5. This brings us to our conclusion that the
Old Testament’s final editing did not begin until sometime until after
164 BCE. The writers drew from pagan legends, astral myths and earlier
Jewish legends and texts. The fabulous ages in the genealogies in
Genesis were obviously fudged. There was no real creation, no Noah’s
flood, no Moses, no Exodus, and especially, no real Jesus.