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Technically speaking, a “prophet” is one who speaks on behalf of YHWH (Yahweh -Who Christians call Father or The LORD) but even so, that individual may or may not fully understand the vision or meaning behind what he receives.  For example, the great prophet Isaiah opens his critical 53rd chapter that predicts Y’shua’s (Jesus) suffering and death by saying, “Who would have believed our report?  To whom has the arm of YHWH been revealed?”  In other words, Isaiah himself struggled with what the Father was showing him, but if YHWH didn’t speak it, he wouldn’t have written it.


     Prophecy manifests when righteous believers seek our Creator with all our hearts, minds and soul and when the Master YHWH decides to speak back to us for our edification and/or to instruct others.  About 400 prophecies in the Bible have already come to pass as predicted—a feat that no other ancient spiritual tradition can even remotely compete with.  But the context of prophecy—that is to say, the way prophecy is allowed to happen—is through serving YHWH by obeying His Word, which is Torah.  Each of us must be able to discern between truth and error, and it is according to how we live our lives that determines our ability to hear from the Spirit of the Father.


     True prophecy comes from YHWH and He cannot contradict His Word, as Balak and Balaam and countless others have discovered from personal experience.  The people whom YHWH blesses, like Abraham and his seed, cannot be legitimately prophetically cursed so long as they are obedient to His ways.  As Romans says, in many cases YHWH’s blessings are “irrevocable”.  The point is, prophecy is more about hearing from the Source and less about the person giving it.  It is only through righteousness and humility that the true spirit of prophecy can be said to reside in a person and when that person preaches, it is not for their sake or material gain that they do so.  If anyone, who claims to be a prophet, does not demonstrate to this basic truth by their lifestyle, run from them as fast as you can!


     Perhaps 1 Corinthians 12:3 states it the most eloquently: “No one can say Yahweh is Y’shua, except by the Ruach Ha Kodesh.”  Matthew 16 also affirms that YHWH gave Keefa (Peter) the true understanding of Y’shua’s identity, because of his deep desire to know the true “Rock” on which the assembly is built and the gates of hell will not prevail against it.  Scripture tells us who "Rock" is; “He is the Rock, His work is perfect: for all His ways are judgment: an Elohim (God) of truth and without iniquity, just and right is He.”  Deuteronomy 32:4


     In terms of Wheel of Stars, how then does prophecy enter this picture?  Do I proclaim myself a prophet since I speak of future events?  No way!  Rather, what I have done is follow the Scriptures and its math and assemble its patterns, and then verify it all with the help of others like Physicist Bill Welker and the precision of computer technologies.  Not surprisingly then—since these are YHWH’s numbers and not mine—they all fit and balance perfectly to both history and prophecy. 


     When the “enter” key is pressed the Masters formulas are generated with breathtaking precision.  The foundation of the Biblical  calendar is Scripture itself, but it was also a matter of consulting linguistics, astronomy, mathematics, and so forth to verify and explain elements of the calendar that have been obscured for two millennia.  


     If you’ve ever wondered about the mathematics in Scripture and how they may be counting down to the End of Days, Wheel of Stars is for you.  Whether you agree or disagree with the conclusions, I guarantee you will never think about prophecy and our role in it the same way again!



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