Daniel 9: 27 Mid Week Breaking of the Treaty

Daniel 9: 27

This passage is part of a larger context, which will be addressed on the page “70 Weeks of Years”

“And he shall confirm the covenant with many, in one week: and in the half of the week the victim and the sacrifice shall fall: and there shall be in the temple the abomination of desolation: and the desolation shall continue even to the consummation, and to the end.”

As demonstrated in our video about Vatican II and Novus Ordo, click here, and also on this website click here

Antiochus IV Epiphanes took down the ornaments in the Temple and set up a second altar in the Temple.  He offered a profane sacrifice on the second altar, instead of the ancient Jewish sacrifice.  Antiochus also put the abomination of desolation on the altar.  This was done on the 15th day of the month of Kislev.  This is demonstrated in the First Book of Maccabees, Chapter 1.

Remarkably, after Vatican II the ornaments came down in Catholic Churches around the world.  After the propagation of Novus Ordo, a second altar went up in almost every Catholic Church around the world, and a “New Order” was said on that altar, in place of the ancient Tridentine Latin Mass.  The Novus Ordo was signed on April 3rd, 1969, however it wasn’t universally and unequivocally mandated until November 28th 1971.  Up until November 28th 1971, bishops were permitted to allow the Tridentine Mass in their Diocese, but after November 28th 1971, the Novus Ordo was mandated.  On a Jewish calendar, November 28th 1971 is the 10th day of Kislev, but is the nearest Sunday to the 15th of Kislev without going past the date.  Thus, it seems that just as Antiochus placed the abomination of desolation on the altar on the 15th of Kislev, Paul VI made sure that the new ‘abonination of desolation’ was placed on the second altar in our ‘Temples’ by the same date…. the 15th of Kislev.

Keep that in mind, but let’s step back a little bit and look for the “Covenant” that was signed with God’s people to start off the week, which was spoken of in the Book of Daniel 9:27.  What immediately comes to mind is the Lateran Treaty, which the Church signed with the Freemasonic Kingdom of Italy (and Mussolini) on February 11th, 1929.  This treaty (or covenant) was a compromise that was made in which the Church received Vatican City but the Church agreed that Italian bishops would swear allegiance to the Italian government before receiving their See.  In effect, the overall meaning of the Lateran Treaty was that the Church would stay out of politics and the Government would stay out of religion.  See our video on the Lateran Treaty,  click here or see our website about the Lateran Treaty, click here.

Article 20 of the Lateran Treaty in which the oath of allegiance for Italian Bishops is stated.

On that same date of February 11th, Benedict XVI resigned.  He did this on February 11th, 2013.  On that same day, the Vatican was struck with lightening twice, which was reported by the major new networks of the world.  The time between the resignation of Benedict VI and the signing of the Lateran Treaty is exactly 84 years… February 11th, 1929 to February 11th 2013.  This 84 years is divisible by 7, and is thus a span of 7 periods of 12 years.  It is a week in which each day is comprised of 12 years.

If we go to the mid year point of this ‘week’, we arrive at the year 1971.  1971 is 42 years from 1929 and also 42 years from 2013.  1971 is the year in which the ‘new order’ was mandatory for Catholics worldwide, and was placed on the second altar, just like it was done in the Old Testament by Antiochus.  Furthermore, it was done by the 15th of Kislev, like it was done by Antiochus in the Old Testament.  It seems very probable that the Novus Ordo is the abomination of desolation, as it happened mid-week, just like it was prophesied in the Book of Daniel.

Thus, we have the mid-week breaking of the treaty.  The treaty was broken mid week because the Freemasons agreed to stay out of Church affairs, and they broke this by infiltrating the Church and placing the abomination of desolation on the second altar.  This is done by the Greeks in the Old Testament who invaded the Temple and placed the abomination of desolation on a second altar on the 15th of Kislev.