Daniel Describes
Significant Events of the
Six Years of Returning (Darius)
Daniel 11:1  -  12:13.


“Many shall be purified, and made white, and tried;
but the wicked shall do wickedly:
and none of the wicked shall understand;
but the wise shall understand.”   
Daniel 12:10.

       Daniel 11-12 holds keys to our understanding of what is occurring in the world from the spring of 2005 through the spring of 2010, yet almost no one discerns the revelation because of the manner in which these verses have been mistranslated into modern languages. Further, because the ancient time-keeping system has been concealed by that power which thought “to change times and laws,” portions of this chapter defy sensible explanation. In addition to these mechanical challenges, Yehuveh Himself set a boundary. Daniel was specifically told to “shut up the words, and seal the book, even to the time of the end: many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall be increased.” Until we reached Yehuveh’s established boundary, no one could understand these visions, which means not a single past commentary on these prophecies has any value to us. Daniel 7:25; 12:4.
        Recognizing these challenges, we must find ways to (1)
access un-translated Hebrew, (2) restore the correct time-keeping system, and (3) determine when “the time of the end comes, that permits this book to be opened. All three aspects of restoring this revelation are now available.  
        First and foremost, how can we know for certain when
“the time of the end comes? There need be no guesswork in this determination. Scripture clearly presents a delineation of the events of the end, giving us specific years and dates anchored by singular astronomical events. We can know exactly when Daniel 11-12 is opened and to what events it applies. The traditional approach—that Daniel 11-12 describes events in the time Alexander the Great and the ancient Grecian kingdom—leads to errant conclusions and totally renders the information irrelevant to our present needs. To thus bury this information, a revelation of such immediate and immense importance to us at this time, is to leave us unprepared as the described events unfold.
        Have we the courage to take another, deeper look?
We can be among the wise who “shall understand,” among the many who “shall be purified, and made white, and tried, if we so choose. Daniel 12:10, 4


Gael Bataman

Originally Written:              
1 November 2007
Latest Update:                  
10 August 2009


 
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