lem on a donkey, bringing peace and salvation (Zech. 9:9-10;
Christ was crucified—rejected—on the cross. He said that
another would come in his own name but that he would be
accepted (John 5:43). Perhaps he, the Antichrist, “arrives” on
this day as well, but his mission is to break the peace, and to
bring war and damnation (Dan. 9:27).
It is possible that the Antichrist may also levitate himself or
his abomination on a cloud in the temple according to Daniel
9:27. Other passages, such as Revelations 13:12, appear to
show the beast being healed of a fatal wound. Most probably
he will be slain on Nisan 14 and will rise from the dead three
days later, in order to completely imitate Christ and thus de-
ceive the masses.
At the end of the book of Daniel we are given more num-
bers, which take us days past the tribulation.
“From the time that the daily sacrifice is abolished and the
abomination that causes desolation is set up, there will be
1,290 days. Blessed is the one who waits for and reaches the
end of the 1,335 days”
30 & 75 Days Past The End
The passage in Daniel 12:11 gives us 1,290 days from the
abomination, or 30 days past the Revelation of God as Jesus
Christ on Yom Kippur, Tishri 10.