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Auschwitz & Yom Kippur Twenty-two days later on September 28 at 8:42 p.m., God brought Auschwitz to mind for a 46th time, and He led me to October 5 as the date to visit it – Yom Kippur, or the Day of Atonement. That was now the third time since July 29 that God had inspired a destination on this trip at 8:42 p.m. The question is, why? It was 46 days since God inspired the last destination at 8:42 p.m., and this was the 46th time God had inspired a visit to Auschwitz. Of the three destinations inspired at 8:42 p.m., this latest one fell 7 days away, the first one fell 70 days away, and the middle one fell 700 days since this trip was inspired! So there was a connecting pattern between all three destinations in increments of the number seven (7, 70, 700). In fact, they went up in chronological order of the date of the visit: Inspired: Location: Dates: Days: Sep 28, 2022 @ 8:42 p.m. Auschwitz Oct 5 7 Jul 29, 2022 @ 8:42 p.m. Auschwitz Oct 7 70 Aug 13, 202
Auschwitz, 666 & The Feast of Tabernacles The following excerpt will appear in the upcoming third edition of my book, "Proving God with Numbers". “Ten days later on September 5, God brought Auschwitz to mind for a 45th time, and I was led to October 6 as the date to visit it – 31 days away. It was the fifth visit to Auschwitz that God had added to this trip – more than any other to date. As it happened, September 5 fell exactly 666 days since God inspired the first location on this trip on November 8, 2020 – that being a visit to Auschwitz. Which also meant that the final destination on my trip to date – that being a visit to Jerusalem on October 9, fell exactly 700 days since inspiring the first destination! That visit coincided with the beginning of the Feast of Tabernacles, meaning that there were 700 days between inspiring the first destination, and arriving in Jerusalem on that very day! I know that’s more than a coincidence, but I will leave it to the reader to make