The Venus Cycles in Judaism

The Book of Hiram:

Freemasonry, Venus and the Secret Key to the Life of Jesus

Chris Knight, Robert Lomas, The Book of Hiram, Century, London, 2003, p. 206-209

Chapter 10: The Holy Shekinah

Source: Cosmic Intelligence

Venusian Generation = 40 years (one Venus cycle)

Venusian Epoch = 480 Years (12 x one Venus cycle)

Venusian Aeon (the longest period, defined as a vast age) = 1, 440 years ( 12 x3 one Venus cycle)

The Venus Cycle in Judaism

Approximately 101 instances where 40 as a measurement or cycle was used.  These points in time may not be historically accurate, but what matters is that the ancient priests imposed this pattern believing it to be true:

The Flood was associated with rains that fell for 40 days and nights. (Gen 7:4)

The Flood was on the earth for 40 days and nights. (Gen 25:17)

Isaac was 40 years old when he took his wife. (Gen 25:20)

Esau was 40 years old when he took his wife. (Gen 26:34)

Israel ate manna for 40 years. (Exodus 16:35)

God said that at the end of 40 years He would end the captivity of the Jews amongst the Egyptians. (Exekial 29: 13)

Moses was with God on the mount for 40 days and nights. (Ex 24: 18)

Moses was again with God for a further 40 days and 40 nights. (Ex 34:28)

Moses led Israel out of Egypt aged 80 (2×40), and after 40 years in the wilderness he dies aged 120 (3 x40). (Deut. 34:7)

Spies searched in the land of Canaan for 40 days. (Num. 13:24)

God made Israel wander for 40 years. (Num. 14: 33-34)

40 stripes was the maximum whipping penalty (Deut 24:3)

God allowed the land to rest for 40 years. (Judges 3:11)

God again allowed the land to rest for 40 years. (Judges 8: 28)

Abdon (one of the Judges in Israel) had 40 sons. (Judges 12: 14)

Israel did evil and God gave them to an enemy for 40 years . (Judges 13:1)

Eli judged Israel for 40 years. (1 Samuel 4:18)

Goliath presented himself to Israel for 40 days. (1Sam 17:16)

Saul, the first Jewish king, reigned for 40 years. (Acts 13: 21)

Saul was 40 years old when he became king. (Acts 13. 21)

Ishbosheth (Saul’s son) was 40 when his reign began. (2 Sam2:10)

David reigned for 40 years. (2 Sam 5: 4, 1 Kings 6:17)

Solomon reined for 40 years. (1 Kings 11: 42)

The holy place of the Temple was 40 cubits long. (1 Kings 6: 17)

40 baths (measurement) was the size of lavers in the Temple.  (1 Kings 7: 38)

The sockets of silver were in groups of 40. (Ex. 26: 19, 21)

King Ahaz arose, and did eat and drink with an angel, and went in the strength of that meat forty days and forty nights unto Horeb the mount of God. (1 Kings 19:8)

Elijah had one meal that gave him strength for 40 days. (1 Kings 19: 8))

Exekiel bore the iniquity of the house of Judah for 40 days. (Ezekial 4:6)

Jehoash reigned for 40 years in Jerusalem. (2 Kings 12: 1)

Egypt was to be laid desolate for 40 years. (Ezek. 29: 11-12)

Ezekiel’s vision of the new Temple is 40 cubits long. (Ezek. 41:2)

The courts in Ezekiel’s temple were 40 cubits long. (Ez 46:22)

God gave Nineveh days to repent. (Jonah 3:4)

Forty years God grieved for generation of people.  (Psalms 95: 10)

Jesus fasted 40 days and nights. (Matthew 4: 2)

Jesus was tempted for 40 days. (Luke 4:2)

Jesus was ministered to by angels in the wilderness for 40 days. (Mark 1: 13)

Jesus remained on Earth for 40 days after his resurrection. (Acts 1:3) 

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