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    Date of Noah’s Flood Can’t Be Cited by Judaists That Would Expose Their Seder Olam Rabbah Fraud

    The timeline between Daniel and the Roman occupation of Jerusalem was compressed by over two hundred years in the hebrew history book the Seder Olam Rabbah, written in the 3rd century a. d., that timeline compression of glaring proportion obviously to throw off the prophesied time of the execution of Jesus (see Daniel 9), which is why this is only the year 5,777 since the six days of creation on the hebrew calendar, while it’s really about the year 6,021, with the counting of 6,000 years ’til the end of our current age begun when Adam and Eve fell, perhaps just a bit more than twenty years after the six days of creation, later Noah’s Flood circa 2350 b. c.

     

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