Tuesday, December 26, 2023

Birth of the “King of Kings” on the Feast of Trumpets

 By Maria Merola אריאל 

© Copyright Double Portion Inheritance, August 2002-2023

Our Messiah’s birth on the Feast of Trumpets is fitting, because this feast has been prophetically called “The Day that No Man Knows!”  

In Matthew 24:36 & Mark 13:32, our Messiah was speaking to us in a Hebrew Idiomatic expression when he said that his coming for his bride would be on “A day that no man knows!” He was giving us a hint about the Feast of Trumpets! 

For these past 2,000 years, “NOBODY KNEW” exactly when he was born, and this has lead to the Christ-Mass lie! 

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As we approach the second coming of our Messiah, he is revealing more things about himself than ever before. 

He is revealing to us his true date of birth, and his true name, so that we will not be deceived by the impostor! 

Daniel 12:4 says that in the last days “knowledge shall be increased,” and this has enabled us to look back at the Astronomical Record, via computer software. 

This has lead to the discovery of what took place on that famous night: 

Chazown (Revelation) 12:1 And there appeared a great wonder in heaven; a woman clothed with the sun, and the moon under her feet, and upon her head a crown of twelve stars: 

Chazown (Revelation) 12:2 And she being with child cried, travailing in birth, and pained to be delivered. 

The signs in the heavens that were visible when our Messiah was born, was the constellation of the Virgin giving birth to the Lion. Inside the Lion, was a conjunction of Venus & Jupiter, forming what the Ancient Hebrews call “The Righteous King!” 

The first sliver of the Renewed Moon was seen that night, “underneath the feet” of the Virgin! She was also “clothed” (covered) with the light of the sun, because she was pregnant with “The Sun of Righteousness!” (Malachi 4:2). 

She also had on her head, a “crown of twelve stars” for the Twelve Tribes of Yisra’el! 

During child-birth, “No man knows” when the head of the baby will “crown” or become visible from the birth canal. So, it is with the sighting of the Renewed Moon, and this is why it is fitting that our Messiah was born on “The Day that No Man Knows!” 

Similarly, “No Man Knows” the day, nor the hour when the bride of Messiah will be “born” into immortality, and when he will catch her away to meet him in the heavenly chuppah! (1st Thessalonians 4:17; 1st Corinthians 15:51-52). 

The Feast of Trumpets is when all the Kings of Yahuwdah (Judah) were “birthed” into their new office, and coronated (crowned) as kings. 

This procedure was followed consistently in the time of Solomon, Jeremiah, and Ezra. The Day of Trumpets was also acknowledged as the time for counting the years of their kingly rule. It was customary that the final ceremony in the coronation of kings was the blowing of trumpets. 

*For King Solomon, “Blow ye the trumpet, and say, ‘God save king Solomon’” (1st Kings 1:34). 

*For King Yahuw (Jehu), “And [they] blew with trumpets, saying, ‘Jehu is king’” (2nd Kings 9:13). 

*At the enthronement of Yahuwash (Jehoash), “The people of the land rejoiced, and blew with trumpets” (2nd Kings 11:11). 

In Hebrew, “shafir” means “amniotic sac,” the fluid-filled sac that contains, nourishes, and protects a fetus in the womb. So what does this biological meaning of “shafir” have to do with the ritual of blowing the shofar? 

One connection between shafir and shofar is the fact that “The Feast of Trumpets” celebrates the birthday of the world, when YaHuWaH “BLEW INTO ADAM THE BREATH OF LIFE!” 

Yom Teruw’ah (Day of Blowing) is the birthday of humanity, when mankind was first created. 

In Exodus 12:2 & 13:4, (when YaHuWaH delivered Yisra’el out of Egypt), he established a spiritual New Year to remember his delivering us out of slavery. 

The New Year of our seven annual feasts would begin in the spring, fourteen days before Passover. Thus, there are two New Years in Scripture: 

1.) The first day of the seventh month of Ethaniym/Tishri (1st Kings 8:2), which is our physical birth as the human race. This is the birthday of the world, and the beginning of Linear Time on earth (Exodus 23:16 & 34:22). 

2.) The second New Year is in the first month, of Abib/Nisan, when our spiritual birth was established as the nation of Yisra’el, when we were brought out of slavery to sin (Exodus 12:2 & 13:4). 

Our Messiah is called “The Last Adam” (1st Corinthians 15:45), and therefore, in keeping with the pattern, it is fitting that our Messiah was also born physically, (into humanity) on the Feast of Trumpets, (since he came to represent sinful man). 

Yahuwshuwa, the Messiah was being trumpeted into the world as “The Righteous King,” when his head was “crowning” at that precise moment when the “last trumpet” sounded, and his mother, Miriyam gave one last shout on “The Day of Shouting!” 

There are four trumpet blasts that are traditionally sounded on this day. When Miriyam (Mary) “Cried, travailing in birth, and pained to be delivered” according to Revelation 12:2, this was the LAST TRUMPET blast, called the Tekiah Gedolah! 

The Hebrew word for “blowing” is as follows: 

#8643 truw`ah ter-oo-aw from 7321; clamor, i.e. acclamation of joy or a battle-cry; especially clangor of trumpets, as an alarm, blowing of the trumpets, joy, jubilee, loud noise, rejoicing, shouting, high, joyful sounding. The root word is as follows: 

#7321 ruwa` roo-ah a primitive root; to mar (especially by breaking); figuratively, to split the ears (with sound), i.e. shout (for alarm or joy):--blow an alarm, cry (alarm, aloud, out), destroy, make a joyful noise, smart, shout (for joy), sound an alarm, triumph. 

Are you making the connection yet? 

What were the malakiym (angels) were doing on that same night when Messiah was born? 

Luqas (Luke) 2: 

10 And the angel said unto them, Fear not: for, behold, I bring you GOOD TIDIINGS of GREAT JOY, which shall be to all people. 

11 For unto you is born this day in the city of Dawiyd (David) a Saviour, which is Mashiyach (Messiah) YHWH. 

12 And this shall be a sign unto you; You shall find the babe wrapped in swaddling clothes, lying in a manger (sukkah). 

13 And suddenly there was with the malak (angel) A MULTITUDE OF HEAVENLY HOST PRAISING Elohiym, and saying, 

14 Glory to Elohiym in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men. 

The malakiym (angels) were shouting and rejoicing on the Feast of Trumpets, with the sound of the “Teruw’ah!”

According to the Astronomical Record research done by Dr. Ernest L. Martin, (who authored the book “The Star that Astonished the World”), the planetary alignment in Revelation 12:1-5 was being fulfilled on the night our Messiah was born! 

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What was visible on that night, (and what the shepherds saw on that night), was the constellation of the “Virgin” (Bethulah) and she was giving birth to “The Lion,” (Ariel). 

The sun was in the womb of the Virgin (mid-body), and our Messiah is referred to as “The Sun of Righteousness,” (Malachi 4:2). 

The first crescent moon was underneath the Virgin’s feet, and she was wearing a crown of stars around her head, for the Twelve Tribes of Yisra’el! 

Inside “Ariel the Lion” was a conjunction between Jupiter & Venus! 

These two planets in conjunction are anciently called “The King of Righteousness” by the Hebrews! 

Jupiter was later renamed by the heathens after a pagan deity, but the Ancient Hebrews called it “Ha’Tzadiq” (The Righteous). 

Venus was also later renamed by the heathens after a pagan deity, but the Ancient Hebrews called it “Ha’Malek” (The King). 

Thus, the conjunction of these two planets spells out “The King of Righteousness,” aka Malkiy-Tzedeq (Melchizedek)! 

This planetary alignment remained for two years in the heavens, leading the Wisemen from the Orient to Bethlehem to visit the King! 

The Feast of Trumpets is also when all the Kings of Yisra’el were crowned (coronated)! 

The Bible Code research done by Roy Reinhold, also corroborates with Scripture in being able to pin-point the exact date of our Messiah’s conception, which fell on the Gregorian Calendar date of December 13th in 4 B.C. 

This date correlates to the 24th day of the 9th Hebrew month of Kislev. See Haggai 2:18-23. 

Adding exactly 271 days to that date, brings us to September 11th in 3 B.C. at 7:00 p.m. (just before sundown). This date correlates to the 1st day of the 7th Hebrew month of Ethaniym (Tishri). 

Thus, the countdown to his circumcision began on September 12th and his circumcision fell exactly at sundown on the 9th day of Ethaniym (Tishri) on Yom Kippur! 

Why do we use 271 days for the gestation period? 

1.) The average gestation for a male child is exactly 271 days, which is exactly 9 months of 30-day months, plus one extra day for the delivery. 

2.) A Female gestation is often 10 days longer, (281 days), because the female anatomy is more complex. 

3.) The extra 10 days for a female gestation, prophetically ties into the parable of the 10 Virgins and the 10 Days of Awe between the Feast of Trumpets, and the Day of Atonement. 

4.) The Hebrew word for “pregnancy” is “herayon,” which has a numerical value of 271! 

In addition to the research of these two men, I have discovered even more corroborating evidence from the Scriptures, proving that our Messiah was conceived on Chanukkah, and he was born 9 months later on the Feast of Trumpets! 

Below, you will find my blogs and video teachings, which are the culmination of 22 years of research on the birth of our Messiah, Yahuwshuwa.

When Was the Messiah of Israel Born?

When Was the Real Messiah Born & Why Does it Matter?

Chanukkah Is The Opposite of Christ-Mass! (Part 1)

Chanukkah Is The Opposite of Christ-Mass! (Part 2)

When Was the Messiah of Israel Born?

The Bible Code Matrix research conducted by Roy Reinhold, confirms the Conception of our Messiah on Chanukkah, and his birth on the Feast of Trumpets:

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