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TITLE: Counting the Number 666 & the 70th Week of Daniel
By Marc Libidinsky
02/03/11
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Please go to the ebook store and download the article by the same name. I intended the cost to be $0; however, Paypal will not process a zero dollar purchase; consequently, the cost is 25 cents...I hope that this doesn't constitute an advertisement!!! The article contains charts, so I could not present it here directly.
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'666' is a shorthand for the Age of man at the end of the 70th week of Daniel; and, "the number of a man" may be interpreted as weeks of years. Also, the number of his name refers to the fact that the antichrist's geneology goes back to the first generation born after the flood. Hence, the calculation of the number comes from 666 x 7 = 4662 years, the duration of the second age of Mankind. Similarly, the number of The Son Of Man is 777, and the calculation of this number comes from 777 x 7 = 5439 years, as measured from the last Generation in Christ's lineage who died before the flood. This calculation points to the beginning of the 70th week of Daniel.
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