Visitors to the City of David are used to seeing the Bible come to life, either by standing in the very locations where major stories in the Bible played out or seeing how prophecy is presently being tangibly fulfilled. But according to the latest discovery the Bible is coming to life in the ancient city in a whole new way.
Scientist Saul Kullok, discovered that major events affecting the return of the Jewish people to the Land of Israel can be numerically obtained by a mathematical relation between two observable physical factors: the inclination of the planet and the latitude of the Biblical borders in Israel.
“It proves that God established a timetable in nature.”
For anyone passionate about Jerusalem and its Biblical significance, it is clear that Jerusalem and the people of Israel are connected to the Hebrew calendar. It is not by chance that both Temples burned down exactly on the same date, the 9th of Av.
The algorithm is a mathematical expression involving a correlation between points in time of history and the latitude of a place or border in the Biblical Land of Israel. “Put simply, the discovery shows that the Jews come back to Israel at fixed times that are set in the forces of nature, in the sun, stars, and earth,” Kullok said.
He emphasized that the factors in this algorithm are a powerful combination of heaven (the mean axial tilt of the Earth) and earth (the geographical latitude of the territorial borders in the Biblical Land).
Kullok’s discovery gives a very tangible meaning to the verse in Psalm 19:4:
“Their line is going out through all the Earth…”
Subsequently the word “line” in Lamentations 2:8 of the TANAKH (Hebrew Bible), according to Kullok refers to the impending destruction of Jerusalem and the First Temple:
“The Lord resolved to destroy the wall of the daughter of Zion. He stretched out the line
and did not draw back His hand from destroying.”
This verse refers to the Babylonian Exile in the sixth century BCE. Kullok’s formula correlated the date of the exile and the subsequent return with the northern and southern borders of the City of David (ancient Biblical Jerusalem).
“We know the geographical latitude of the southern biblical border of ancient Jerusalem. The corresponding historical time given by the algorithm is the year 539 BCE, which is the time for when the fall of the Babylonian Empire took place,” Kullok said.
Kullok further said that since the formula bears accurate results based on the Biblical borders of Israel, what is known as Greater Israel, the relevance of these borders is prophetic and still relevant today.
You can read the full article by Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz on Breaking Israel News HERE