Friday, 11 November 2016

10 Cheshvan Noah and his family entered the Ark. 7 days later the rain began.

Will the debt bubble begin to burst.... the "financial" flood of 2016 November 18th.  WEBBOT report states debt bubble bursts in NOV 2016.  The Biblical flood of Dollars?

10 Cheshvan 1656 - 2106 B.C.E.:   11 NOV in 2016

Metushelach / Methuselah ben Chanoch was niftar a week before the Mabul began. (According to some he passed away on 11 Cheshvan). On this day Noach, his wife, and his sons and their wives entered the Tayva / Ark. It wasn't until seven days later, however, that the intense rains began for 40 days and 40 nights. The delay was to allow a proper mourning period for Metushelach, the righteous grandfather of Noach who had just died at the age of 969 years, history's oldest human being. Noach and his family (and the animals) would remain on the Tayva for over a year, until the flood waters had sufficiently subsided.

Niftar means Dead
Mabul is the flood

17 Cheshvan 1656 - 2106 B.C.E.:    18 NOV in 2016

The rains of the Mabul (flood) began to fall (according to Reb' Eliezer) flooding the earth and rising above the highest mountains. Only Noach and his family survived, in the Teyva / Ark built to that end by Divine command, and a pair of each animal species, who entered with him into the Ark

27 Kislev 1657 - 2105 B.C.E.:     27 DEC in 2016
The forty days and nights of rainfall that covered the face of earth with water during the Mabul / Flood in Noach's time ended on this date. (According to Rav Eliezer). The flood itself lasted a full year, as related in Bereishit / Genesis 6-8). According to others - 29 Kislev).


7 Cheshvan:   8 NOV in 2016 (US Presidental election)

Last Jew comes home (2nd Temple Era)
During the Second Temple Era (circa 230 BCE), Cheshvan 7 was the date on which the Jew most distant from the Beit HaMikdash / Holy Temple -- who resided on the banks of the Euphrates River, a 15-day journey's distance from Yerushalayim / Jerusalem -- arrived at his homestead upon returning from the Sukkot pilgrimage. All Jews would wait for this before beginning to pray for rain.
Cheshvan 7 thus marked the return to everyday activities following the spirituality of the festival-rich month of Tishrei.

In Eretz Yisrael the verse "V'sein Tal U'matar" is recited in the Amidah, from this day until Pesach.

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