Last update 11 March, 2018
The Seven Salems
This is one of those topics that requires truckload of ever expanding study. Unfortunately I have no time for that so I just share what I found so far.
Jerusalem means teaching of peace.
21 August, 2017 a solar eclipse
21 August, 2017 a solar eclipse moved over the USA. Nothing special, it happens quite often. But this one had several noteworthy things:
- The eclipse started above Salem Oregon and then passes over:
- Salem, Idaho.
- Salem, Wyoming.
- Salem, Nebraska.
- Salem, Missouri.
- Salem, Kentucky.
- The eclipse ends above Salem, South Carolina
- The date is a Sabbath day on the true calendar.
- That’s the seventh day, the day of rest/peace.
- The eclipse moved over 7 Salems.
The eclipse in Salem OR, starts when the sun sets in Jerusalem.
- Add all the digits of 21 - 08 - 2017
2+1+0+8+2+0+1+7=21 = 3x7
The path of the eclipse passes over 6 Salems in 14 states
6 = Man
14 = Deliverance
Salem = Peace
Yeah, I’m fully aware this playing with numbers to make it fit. I like numbers so I can’t resist the urge to play number games :-)
There are 7 instead of 6 Salems, but we could ignore the KY Salem because it’s crossed by the second eclipse (see below)
If so: Peace the Delivernace of Man
Jesus is the High Priest in the order or Melchizedek. Melchizedek was the king of Salam. Jesus is the King of Peace.
8 April 2024, solar eclipse
Next solar eclipse:
- 8 April 2024.
- A Sabbath day on the true calendar.
- Nearly 7 years later. 7 = completion
- The very different path crosses Salem Kentucky.
- Recently there were several earthquakes in Salem Kentucky because it’s located on the ‘New Madrid Seismic Zone’
The alternative crossing location is click here. Salem rd, Nakanda, IL.
That’s about 11 miles south of Carbondale, IL.
Carbondale is an interesting word.
- Humans are carbon based life forms.
- Carbon is #6 in the Periodic Table - Click. We were created on day 6.
- Dale is a (river) valley
- The area is also nicknamed ‘Little Egypt” click.
It seems that in the mid-19th century there was a famine in northern Illinois. Thankfully, there was a bountiful harvest in the South. So the people in the North said that they felt themselves like the children of Jacob who in a time of famine were forced to go down to Egypt to seek food for their families – and the Carbondale region which saved their lives became known to this day as Little Egypt.
The Carbondale area is referred to as “Little Egypt.” Theories about the nickname's origins range from the region’s supplying grain to northern and central Illinois during an 1800's famine, to comparing Illinois' southern tip to Egypt’s Nile delta region. SIUC's nickname, the Salukis, references this association, as the saluki was the royal dog of Egypt.
Partly because it is in a river system reminiscent of the Nile Valley, partly because slavery was in place there in spite of it being technically illegal in Illinois, partly because it has a number of cities named for ancient Egyptian places — Karnak, Cairo, and Thebes.