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  1. Bjørn Weld
    February 26, 2021 @ 9:25 am

    Thank You. For me personally Wyatt and Gray helped gaining trust in God of the Bible. It`s startling to discover that Israel brings restitution of all thing. Problem is that Sunday against the fourth commandment brings division between jews, gentiles and spiritual darkness. With Israel on Hebrew calendar Good Friday – Sunday and Pentecost on Sunday falls dead to the ground.. Pesach was Tuesday to Wednesday evening in 2020. In 2021 Pesach comes from a Saturday to Sunday evening. Wyatt was wrong about the Sign of Jonah with two nights from Friday to Sunday. 1948 had a full moon Thursday March 25. Pesach was from Wednesday to Thursday evening. High Shabbat of Unleavened Bread was from Thursday to Friday evening. First Fruits was from Friday to Saturday evening on Shabbat. Fifty days later was Pentecost on Shabbat from Friday to Saturday evening May 14 to 15, when Israel was reborn according to counting of the Omer in Leviticus 23. Josephus wrote about the second day of Unleavened Bread, the sixteenth as day of First Fruits. In 1948 Adar II was added unnecessary on the mathematical calculated Calendar. Nothing can save Sunday with Israel on the map. This observation is based on 100% empirical astronomical data. It tells that Israel was re-constituted on the same calendar day as it originally happened. Shavout is why people where gathered in Jerusalem. Some years back I got a friendly answer from Gray about an event in Jerusalem with Wyatt concerning soldiers who died of prophylactic shock in the tunnel, trying to bring arc of the Covenant to a safe place.


  2. Dan
    April 13, 2021 @ 2:22 am

    I got my copy of BATTLE FOR THE FIRSTBORN two days ago and I’m nearly halfway done. I can’t put it down when I’m at home. Mary Nell has done her research, and I must go and re-read portions to get these strange names and dates clear. The time chart is very helpful (photos too) – and we see the big picture of what unfolded in Egypt as it really went down, with a few little mentions in the Bible that we just used to sort of brush over (not anymore). Ron Wyatt did some amazing things by the Ruach Ha Qodesh, but Mary Nell Wyatt has finally documented the Exodus portion of those discoveries – and I have already gotten quite a few “Ah Hah!” moments from this book. Really an eye-opener and a ‘must have’ for anyone who encounters scoffers of Biblical Truth.


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