Dinar Watch Update
Oct 18, 2011
Remember the "strange dinar story" that I posted on March 24, 2011? A strange man walked up to a couple of Christians discussing the dinar and prophesied.
The man tells him, "Good, it's going to revalue soon and when it does you need to buy silver and gold because once it does everything is going to change". My friend said, "Well we heard that it's supposed to RV any day now". The man responds, "Not yet but soon. What you see going on in Egypt is going to happen in two more middle eastern countries and the US will go into another war." and then he says this, "When it does happen it will RV at 3.18, when it does RV, everything is going to change".
Today, Libya has fallen. Will there soon be another country to fall? Syria, perhaps? And what does "3.18" mean? Is that the RATE, a TIME, or something else? It is unclear. As for a time, well, it did not mean March 18, because 2 other countries had not yet fallen at the time.
It may indicate the 318th day of the year, which is November 14, 2011.
I had already been thinking about the time frame from November 11-17 as a possibility. That is because these dates link to the 8th sign of Elisha that we saw July 9-15, 2010. The link is the 490-day time cycle of Blessed Time. The 9th sign of Elisha (2 Kings 4:42-44) has to do with multiplying the barley bread (i.e., provision), and I believe that this is most likely the revaluation of the dinar.
After all, the New Testament counterpart to the 9th sign of Elisha is found in John 6, where Jesus multiplies the barley loaves and fish to feed the 5,000. In that story, Philip tells Jesus in verse 7, "Two hundred denarii worth of bread is not sufficient for them for everyone to receive a little." (NASB)
The word denarii is where the word dinar comes from, as well as the Spanish word for money,dinero.
The problem is that I have also felt that the dinar would revalue on a day that is somehow connected to barley. The wave-sheaf offering last April did not see the revaluation, nor did the wave-sheaf offering for the Second Passover in May. Neither did it happen on July 9, which marked the one-year anniversary of the time we poured barley into the headwaters of the Mississippi River. So at that point, I was running out of ideas.
Then in August it occurred to me that instead of a one-year cycle, we might be looking at a 490-day cycle from July 9, 2010. That is when I marked my calendar for November 11, 2011. As a secondary date, I noted that from July 15, 2010 to November 17 was also 490 days. (Recall that the Gulf oil spill was capped on July 15, 2010 precisely 144 hours after we poured out the barley into the headwaters of the Mississippi River.)
So the bottom line is that Nov. 11 and 17 are indeed "barley" dates 490 days earlier. And since Nov. 14 falls in the middle of that time period, the 318th day of the year may prove to be significant. So mark it on your calendars and be watchful as usual.
Once again, if you are in the market to purchase dinars, give brotherVinnie a call in Pensacola at 850-255-1000.