Fables & Myths Series #3: 1765 Mini Trib? MANUEL DE LACUNZA Y DIAZ
The Poisonous Mushroom Grows
1745AD, MANUEL DE LACUNZA Y DIAZ
Born in Chile, but sails to Spain to become Jesuit priest. In 1765, because of their cruelty all Jesuits, including Lacunza, were expelled from Spain. Though not implicated, de Lacunza immigrated to Imola, Italy where he then claimed to be a converted Jew named Rabbi Juan Josafat Ben Ezra.
Based on the earlier views of Ribera, in 1785 de Lacunza writes “The Coming of Messiah in Glory and Majesty.” From Daniel 12:11-12 "And from the time that the daily sacrifice shall be taken away, and the abomination that maketh desolate set up, there shall be a thousand two hundred and ninety days. Blessed is he that waiteth, and cometh to the thousand three hundred and five and thirty days."
De Lacunza theorized a 45‐day mini‐tribulation to take place at the end of the Christian Era. [He had a book published in Spain in 1821]. [to be cont'd]
MATHEMATICAL PRECISION OF PROPHECY
1260 "days" in prophecy and the Muslim Dome of the Rock
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 Ellis Skolfield [not to be confused with the late Cyrus Scofield] - August 23, 1927 - April 26, 2015: Nondenominational Biblical conservative preacher and author who in the early 1950s received his formal theological training from Columbia Bible College, Columbia, South Carolina. Fish House has been publishing Skolfield’s studies in Revelation since 1983. Some of his books are already out of print while others are considered standard reference works by many churches. Skolfield’s latest book on Bible prophecy is downloadable from this site, as are several of his essays. Many of his publications are free for download here and link
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