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Wednesday, April 17, 2024

21.5 Days

Warning: This post contains a prediction.  This prediction may or may not come to pass.  Those whose Emuna will be negatively affected by predictions not coming true should not read this post.

During the "3 weeks", or בין המצרים, we are in a state of mourning for 21.5 days.  This is because we start fasting basically at midnight on the 17th of Tamuz (or close to it - whenever we go to sleep).  Then, 3 weeks later, the mourning comes to a peak at Hatzot Hayom (halachic midday) of Tish'a Be'av.  After Hatzot, although we are still fasting, we are already in Geula mode.  This mourning period is therefore 21.5 days.

This tells us that there is something special about 21.5 days whereby things can turn around.

The atrocities of October 7th occurred 21.5 days after the New Year.  Rosh Hashana 5784 started approximately 6PM on Friday night - September 15th.  The October 7th massacre occurred 21.5 days later on Shemini Atzeret morning at around 6AM.  Therefore, the normal part of this year was a mere 21.5 days.

But Hashem works זה לעמת זה.  If a negative occurrence took place after 21.5 days from a noted date during the month of Din, a positive occurrence is due after 21.5 days from a noted date, Be'ezrat Hashem, during the month of Hessed and Rahamim.

In the previous post, I noted that Tekufat Nissan was when the 9 months of "pregnancy" was over and when the "birth" began.  Tekufat Nissan was on Sunday April 7th at 12:39 PM.

The following Sunday - April 14th - the 6th of Nissan - the Jewish people were attacked by Iran with over 300 ordinances (including ballistic missiles, cruise missiles, and suicide drones) and experienced an incredible miracle from HKB"H that not 1 Jew got a scratch.  If April 7th was the "birth", then April 14th was the "Berit Milah".  Of course, we learned from last week's Parasha that a Berit Milah cannot be performed at night - only in the daytime.  But the Jewish people didn't know the full extent of the (lack of) damage until the daytime, and that was when the Mazal Tovs could start.  ישתבח שמו לעד.

If one starts from Tekufat Nissan on April 7th (the "birth") and counts 21.5 days later, one will arrive at halachic midnight of the 7th day of Pesah, an auspicious time for the Jewish people.  Many people have the custom to stay up late on Shevi'i Shel Pesah before Hatzot reading Tikkun (which talks about Mashiah) or doing other learning - and after Hatzot reciting Az Yashir.  This is to commemorate the miracle of the Splitting of the Red Sea that occurred that day.

I received an email on February 2nd, 2023 and a follow-up email on February 4th, 2023.  These emails were from a man I do not know.  He allowed me to share the contents of the emails.  

In the emails, he told me that he had a dream on November 22, 2022 that Mashiah would arrive on Shevi'i Shel Pesah, 5784 at halachic midnight.

May we merit to see it!


At Fri Apr 19, 01:54:00 PM 2024, Blogger Leah said...


At Sat Apr 20, 01:00:00 PM 2024, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Were you able to find out any information about the man that emailed you about these 2 consecutive dreams or he refused to tell you anything about himself?

Also, I know you came up with this incredible insight and prediction yourself (fascinating and exciting!) and the person who emailed you those dates over a year ago “just happened” to have the same dates. How likely do you feel this will come true or that Moshiach will arrive during this chodesh?


At Sat Apr 20, 10:01:00 PM 2024, Blogger yaak said...


Regarding the man who emailed me, he is aware of this post. If he wants to share info, he is welcome to do so.

I'd like to think it was the other way around, but it was more like I knew his date and I found an interesting calculation that works with his date.

Re: your question of how likely I feel it will come true, I am excited about it, but I'm not arrogant to think that my calculation is the only correct one. May Mashiah come soon with mercy whenever he comes.

At Tue Apr 23, 04:58:00 PM 2024, Anonymous Anonymous said...

What makes the 7th day of Pesach an auspicious day for Moshiach to arrive?


At Wed Apr 24, 12:21:00 PM 2024, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I’m very much excited and anticipating shevii shel pesach after reading this!! (If Moshiach doesn’t come before then!). We know it’s very close!


At Thu Apr 25, 01:45:00 AM 2024, Blogger yaak said...

Yosef, as we know, the Final Redemption will mimic the first redemption from Egypt. The first redemption was only complete on the 7th day of Pesah, at the Splitting of the Red Sea. That makes it an auspicious day for Mashiah to arrive.

At Thu Apr 25, 09:11:00 AM 2024, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Let’s hope it comes today! If it comes on shevii shel pesach, that proves that Moshiach can come on Shabbos/Yom Tov.


At Sun Apr 28, 01:02:00 AM 2024, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Big Day coming up!


At Sun Apr 28, 03:36:00 PM 2024, Anonymous Anonymous said...

12:36 am Monday Israel time
5:36 pm East Coast time Sunday

At Mon Apr 29, 01:06:00 PM 2024, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Very sad that the prediction/calculation didn’t come true (and his dream he had twice). I guess there’s no giving up. We’re in Nissan and we have all the signs. It can come in Iyar too but certainly more auspicious in Nissan. May Moshiach come today!


At Sat May 04, 01:27:00 PM 2024, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Can we get a new blogpost with the latest update/your thoughts as we are closing is on the Geulah process for Moshiach to arrive?



At Sat May 04, 04:01:00 PM 2024, Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you touch base with the emailer now wondering what will be said..

At Sat May 18, 01:22:00 PM 2024, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Can we get a new blogpost update about Moshiach coming?


At Mon May 27, 04:45:00 PM 2024, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Are you closing your blog? We haven’t see any new blogposts lately and we are very eager for the Geulah since we have all the simanim and nevuos finally fulfilled!



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