Mashiach at the end of this Torah cycle

I BELIEVE THE MASHIACH COMES TO JERUSALEM AT THE END OF THIS TORAH CYCLE, in the new year of 5777. This Torah cycle of 5776 will witness great world stress leading to world tragedy, as we near the end of 5776. This world tragedy will be the signal that sets off the Great Exodus. Daniel 9:24-27 Seventy complete Torah cycles are determined for thy people. Each Torah cycle contains seven moedim. Each Moed has a holy convocation. Therefore, there are 490 Holy Convocations within 70 Torah cycles. The first Torah cycle of the 70 x 7 begins in the year 5708, on 22 Tishrei. That is the Torah cycle which had begun when all the world voted to restore Jerusalem at the United Nations. These 70 Torah cycles span from 22 Tishrei, 5708, to 22 Tishrei, 5778. Apollyon is revealed at the beginning of the 62nd Torah cycle, 22 Tishrei, 5770. A timeline of 7 Babylonian years, consisting of 360 day years, begin at the start of the 62nd Torah cycle. Seven times 360 days equals 2520 days which is 1 Elul, 5776. At the exact middle of the 2520, Apollyon appears in Jerusalem as the spotless lamb on, 10 Nissan, 5773. From 1 Elul 5776, we begin a 50 day count, 7 Sabbaths plus one day, up to Mashiach who appears at the end of the 69th Torah cycle, 22 Tishrei, 5777. That leaves one complete Torah cycle spanning from the coming of Mashiach, 22 Tishrei 5777, to 22 Tishrei 5778. The Mashiach will put the Torah in our hearts in that year of Jubilee.coming

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