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peter lindner September 29, 2018 at 10:52 am

Another conclusion that can be drawn… The priest has to know when the day of atonement is. If the calendar shifts and the “seventh” month falls out of alignment(or the year for the traveller effected by death starts late; Pesach sheni); then the priest is at risk of going in at the wrong time. In Elul the king goes out into the field. 40 days later is the day the pebble sinks into the forehead. This “rosh/head” gets killed twice. Once by the pebble and once by the sword. Just as David kills “it”(singular); a bear and a lion (plural). Just as Samson bets 30 sheets and 30 garments; but only pays up 30 (he was off by 30). It is just like David’s meeting in the field that was rehearsed (practice round). Is the real Tishri yet to come?





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