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688 Again!
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That's right! We arrive at 688.5, and once again, the founding year of the blasphemous Islamic abomination of the Dome of the Rock! As revealed in the 42 "months" problem:

And as revealed in the 1260 "days" problem:

Two separate problems that both pin the founding year of the Dome of the Rock! It wasn't until after the events and the years of 1948 and 1967 had come to pass, that we could fully understand the simple textual and mathematical solutions to these two problems. Please note again the words of Sir Isaac Newton on the home page.

Further study of the above verse could demonstrate that God may have a wonderfully wry sense of humor.  The Solomonic Temple was built over the threshingfloor of Ornan the Jebusite, and on that bedrock the Arc of the Covenant, or Holy or Holies, was kept.  It is obvious that the stone pictured below in the Dome of the Rock, could hardly have served as a threshing floor because both threshing and recovery of grain would have been beyond difficult, particularly when there was a perfectly suited smooth flat rock just 300 feet away.  

Today the little gazebo aptly named the "Dome of the Tablets", or "Dome of the Spirits", covers the smooth flat former threshing floor of the old Temple site.

The old Eastern Gate lines up perfectly with the little "Dome of the Tablets". Thus the Solomonic Temple "Court of the Gentiles", where even unwashed slaves were allowed, is likely where the Dome of the Rock was constructed.  

It would seem that the Dome of the Rock was built in the court that was outside of the Solomonic temple that the Lord gave to the Gentiles. In other words, the Muhammad's followers built the Dome of the Rock - over the wrong rock!  Might our great God have a wonderfully wry sense of humor?

The Old Testament book of Daniel includes some day-year problems as well. Most Christians are already familiar with this "language" of prophecy as applied to Daniel's 70 weeks. Let's look at Daniel 12:11 and then click on the button that corresponds to the number of days that are suggested: