CODE 166

CODE 196

CODE 228

CODE 243

CODE 251

CODE 294

CODE 427

CODE 490

CODE 590

CODE 666

CODE  01010

CODE 1260


CODE 1900

CODE 1975

CODE 2300

CODE 6000

CODE 144000

Code 251 and The Next World

by Floyd R. Cox (8-01-2016)

Archbishop James Ussher helped place events of the Bible in a chronological order. He has received a lot of credit for this, but he never found the 251-year pattern this present writer has discovered throughout the book of Genesis and elsewhere.

Ussher’s work, The Annals of the World, was published in 1658, two years after his death. The Annals is a chronology back to Adam, 4,004 BC, a timeline for the births, deaths and other events in the years AM (After Man).

Shem was born when Noah was 502 (251 x 2), and Shem continued to live for 502 years after the flood (Ussher: pages 21 & 27). Ussher states what happened in the years 1757, 2008, and 2259, but he never observed that these dates form a 251- year pattern:


         0 AM: =After Man, after Adam was created

Related Topics

1757 AM: Birth of Peleg, fall of Babel

2008 AM: Birth of Abraham

2259 AM: Birth of Joseph

2513 AM: The Exodus from Egypt

1757 = 251 x   7   (Ussher: page 21)

2008 = 251 x   8   (Ussher: page 22)

2259 = 251 x   9   (Ussher: page 29)

2510 = 251 x 10   (Ussher: page 39)

Introduction to
Code 251

Age of the Universe

The Next World

Summary of
Code 251

Decoding the Oracles

CODE 666

Jews Preserved
the Oracles?

Dance of the Planets
243, 251 and 427

The Third
Temple Code

Three Views
on the Exodus

Date of Creation

Myths About
Three Temples

Hebrew Roots Myopia

Samaritan Code

Rabbi Code

Numbers Unveiled in Dreams & Visions


Each of these numbers after Creation is divisible by 251 except 2513. It should be 2510 AM, but Ussher made a 3-year mistake for the period between Abraham and the exodus. Ussher had no idea these numbers formed into a pattern! Other time-patterns are covered by the Related Topics, the tabs on the left, such as sabbaticals and jubilees.

Awareness of these patterns may affect our worldview and help us avoid becoming a presumptuous, one-man-show who has not learned the basics. We need all the tools we can collect to defend ourselves from wild conjecture.

Naturally, those who are fixated on Christ’s return will ask, “How do these patterns help us set a date for the coming of the Messiah?” Before addressing this, we need to consider other patterns including the one that divides time into jubilee cycles and then read the Related Topics.

Ten Anti-Christian Messianic Movements
Triggered by Jubilees

I have found at least ten times someone has set the date for Christ’s return at the beginning of a jubilee year. Moses had told the Israelites that, after they entered the Promised Land, they should begin counting sabbaticals of seven years each, and, in the seventh sabbatical, in the fall, on the 10th day of the seventh lunar month, they would be allowed to return to their settlement they had originally been given (Leviticus 25:8-16). 

One of the highlights of this study is to investigate various dates previously devised for the coming of the Messiah or for the return of Christ. There appears to be a pattern many of these false dates have fallen into. Here is a list of the ten Messianic Movements I’ve discovered, which are based upon what was believed to be the jubilee year.

1. After the Romans captured Palestine, the first Jewish revolt was easy to create because it began 3½ years before 70 AD. All one had to do was to say the first temple was burned ten jubilees (490 years) before 70 AD, when the second temple burned, and, therefore, it would be time to oust the Roman occupiers and take their land back. Sure enough, the rabbinical date for the first temple burning is 421 BC.

2. The same thing happened in the second Jewish revolt in 132 AD. This time, instead of making 70 AD a jubilee year, they reasoned that, since Ezekiel 40:1 implies there was a jubilee 14 years after the first temple burned, there would also be one 14 years after the second temple burned, 14 years after 70 AD, in the fall of 84 AD and also one 49 years later, in 132 AD.

Again the Jews were anxious to oust the Romans occupiers and restore the temple, the Levite priests and sacrificial offerings. Bar Kochba became their Messiah. Nevertheless, the Romans ousted the inhabitants and exiled them throughout the Roman Empire, especially into Italy, Portugal and Spain. 

3. 490 years after 132 AD, Mohammad left Mecca for Medina and found the Jewish inhabitants expecting their Messiah. It was their jubilee year. Mohammad felt that he fit the description, and today there is a mosque in Jerusalem on the temple mount.

4. In 1189, king Richard I left Normandy and began ruling in England as Richard de Lionheart. He organized the third Crusade against the Arab Moslems who were ruling Jerusalem. 1189 was considered to be the beginning of a jubilee year according to the rabbinical calendar, if creation were in 3761 BC. Richard became a type of Messiah.

5. In 1844, the Millerites predicted that Christ would return on the day of Atonement to begin the jubilee year, and the Jews would return to Palestine to get their land back. They calculated that it was 2300 years after 458 BC if the jubilees were 50 years apart.

6. The Millerites branched off into the Seventh Day Adventists and Church of God Seventh Day each having their own publishing facilities. A minister of the Church of God Seventh Day was a neighbor of Herbert W. Armstrong in Oregon, and he shared his literature with the Armstrongs until he could eventually sign Armstrong’s ministerial license. This undoubtedly explains why Armstrong said Christ would fight Hitler and Mussolini when he returned. This was about 100 years after 1844, perhaps another 50-year jubilee.

7. 1975 appeared to be another jubilee because it was 69 jubilees after Joshua crossed the Jordan in 1407 BC.

8. However, 1975 would also be a 50-year jubilee if they began at creation as proposed during Richard de Lionheart.

This is done by dating the Era of Abraham as 2016 BC (as in Eusebius’ work) and by adding to it 2008 more years back to Adam. This would place Creation in 4024 BC and would make 1975 the end of 6000 years after Adam (6000 – 1975 AD = 4025 BC).

9. It is likely there will be more dates set in the near future based upon the jubilee year. 2022 will be the 17th jubilee since De Lionheart’s jubilee. It will be the 42nd jubilee after Herod captured Jerusalem in a sabbatical year. It will be the 48th jubilee after Alexander allowed the Jews to continue observing their sabbaticals tax free after 331 BC. It will be the 118th jubilee after the rabbinical date of creation, the 122nd jubilee after the true date of creation. If a person sees this and does not give it some exposure, he should be lumped together with the blind hypocrites without oil in his lamp.

10. If there were a jubilee in 84 AD, there would also have been one in 35 AD, when Paul was called to send the gospel to all nations. This implies that the Jews expected their Messiah to expel the Romans and give them their land back during the previous seven years.

The Manna from heaven went forth, and the Water from heaven ran from the Mount of Olives. The 12 scouts went forth; the Passover was fulfilled; the temple veil was removed and Pentecost was fulfilled. Stephen saw the veil removed from the temple in heaven, and Paul was called to enable the Higher Realm to dwell with ordinary people in all nations and fulfill the jubilee. Nevertheless, the Zionists have not seen it.

 These ten anti-Christian movements based upon incorrect dates for the coming of the Messiah should act as a precaution for those who are exposed to literature from the Hebrew Roots, Christian Messianic, Latter Day Saints, semi-Jewish, and Zionist movements.






 "Last Jubilee"?

Mystery of the Shemitah

Holy Days and
Jewish Proselytizing

Jubilee Calendar


Context of Revelation

Jubilee Cycles




Other Myths


Jewish Code 49





Jubilee in 2022 AD?



H.  W. Armstrong
& the Feast Days

H. W. Armstrong
50-year Jubilees

Hidden Feast Code

Accurate Lunar
Solar Calendar

Summary of
Code 490
















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