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Biblical 'Shemitah' begins this week - market crashes, money wipe-outs

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Mark your calendars and hold on to your hats, the next 12 months could be a wild ride for America and the world.

The biblical Feast of Trumpets, also known as the Jewish New Year, begins at sundown on Wednesday, Sept. 24, which also marks the appearing of a new moon.

But this New Year on the Hebrew calendar is not just any new year. It is the Sabbath year or "Shemitah" year. Just as the seventh day was laid out by God as a day of rest in the Hebrew Old Testament, every seventh year was designated as a Sabbath year. The word "Shemitah" is most often translated as "the release" or "the remission" and applied to the wiping away of debts as well as the resting of the land.

Messianic Jewish Rabbi Jonathan Cahn believes he has unlocked the mystery of the Shemitah's meaning as it applies to modern-day nations. In his new book, "The "Mystery of the Shemitah," he explains that nearly every major U.S. stock market collapse since the early 1900s has occurred during a Shemitah year, as did the terrorist attack and stock market collapse of September 2001 and the financial collapse of 2008. The next Shemitah year begins Wednesday and runs through Sept. 13, 2015.

mystery-of-the-shemitahBut what if the "Shemitah" contains an ominous warning about a wider collapse of not just stock markets or housing markets but potentially America's very existence as leader of the free world? If the nation does not pull back from its current course and repent, it could be in for some rough times as this next Shemitah year plays out, according to Cahn. more at url

If you've seen the GLP thread the rabbi explained how the 80s crash happened on this cycle, then the one i think in 08 on an occult date again – and now we have yet another linked to this 'Shemitah' …..The HARBINGER 

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