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5824. daniel said in September 22nd, 2011

Well, i just got a email from Br. Franklin Fowler of Prophecy Research Initiative, the man who has helped guide me into deep prophecy truths over the last 12 years or so, and he just blew off my research, saying that many people have helped him, (even a Messianic Jew), and that it doesn’t matter “where” the observation is done, and that the harvests do have an impact on the calendar.
Well, i still have much more research to do on this, but i must say i’m deeply disappointed in someone who i’ve trusted to stay close to the inspired word for many years (altho he did blow off the 1858 Great Controversy book too around 10 years ago…).

5825. daniel said in September 22nd, 2011

I re-read today where William Miller preached the “1843” message, and was one of the last to see the light in the “1844” message, and one of the really very last to see the light in the October 22, 1844 message. I’m praying for you Brother Fowler to follow the truth, wherever it leads 🙂

6056. daniel said in January 3rd, 2012

Finally today i got some good evidence for both my big assumptions about the calendar:
1. The new year starts after the equinox
2. The new month starts at the conjunction

8187. Jerry Mamahit said in July 16th, 2013

I like your explanation. What about the Lunar Tetrad which will be on Passover and Sukkot 2014 1nd 2015. Concerning the starting of 1260, 1290 or 1335 maybe started on the Yom Kippur

45205. daniel said in September 21st, 2014

Jerry, I don’t see any light in any of this “Lunar Tetrad” business. Never have a group of lunar events had any connection with prophetic events in the past, and there is no biblical basis for it ever having significance in the future. One telling thing, is that none of these promoters of this new doctrine can tell if a lunar tetrad is supposed to bring “evil” or “good”!

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