Relevance of Donald Trump’s first presidential trip, May 19th, 2017

Prophetic lessons for connoisseurs of the times

Originally published in Spanish by on May 26, 2017

There is a spiritual assignment on Donald Trump, similar to the one prophesied by the prophet Isaiah around King Cyrus (כוֹרֶשׁ). Recently Rabbi Hamekubal Rab Kuk showed after he said Trump would win the election that the numerical value of Donald Trump’s name is similar to that of Messiah Ben David. In his teaching he recognizes that by his intervention the beginning of the redemption of the nation will be established over Israel:

Of course this message does not mean that Trump is Messiah Ben David, but that he will fulfill within the role of Messiah Ben David, for better or for worse, but it will be a fundamental card in the Redemption and the coming of Messiah. (Philologos, 2016)

Donald Trump’s presidential journey through the Middle East lays the cornerstone of this process of restoration of Israel; mainly because of the coincidence of dates with the solemn celebrations of Pesach and Shavuot.

For the church of the Lord, the first presidential trip of Donald Trump represents the reactivation of the way of measuring the biblical times, according to the revelation under which the church of the Lord operated in the first centuries.[1]

The date chosen, May 19th, is not a date chosen by man, it is a date chosen by God.It is a date that responds to a prophetic agenda established since the time of the prophet Isaiah, to restore in our days the order established by Jehovah God as to how to measure the calendar as it was established to Israel upon leaving Egypt.

The day of the presidential trip coincides with the day on which, according to the law of Moses, an omer of the first fruits of the harvest is presented; [2] it isalso the day on which the countdown of the seven weeks begins for thecelebration of the second great solemn feast, the feast of Shavuot.

The data, of course, does not conform to the current Jewish calendar, because currently, the Jewish people mark it on a different date, and this because its calendar arises from a mixture with the Greco-Roman calendar, similar to the Gregorian calendar; the evidence is that for this year 2017, both festivities coincided on the same date. The current Jewish calendar is not the same as observed even in the time of Jesus; the dispersion resulting from the destruction of Jerusalem by Rome led the people to lose the original way of measuring time.

According to the current Jewish calendar, the omer began to be counted on April 11th and will end on May 30th. For the date of May 19th the omer count corresponded to day 39, that is, five weeks and four days.

According to the current Jewish calendar, the omer began to be counted on April 11th and will end on May 30th. For the date of May 19th the omer count corresponded to day 39, that is, five weeks and four days.

However, this date of celebration is very early if one takes into account that the feast of first fruits and the demand to present an omer by first fruit could not be fulfilled given that for the 31oN latitude in which Israel is, the sun has not yet ripened the fruits sown, and in many cases, have not yet been born.

For the 22nd or 23rd of March the date when Spring begins astronomically, the date when the sun is over the line of the Equator, and it is the date taken to calculate the celebration of Easter, and Pesach, (Sons of the Divine Will) the sun is still very far south for the region where Israel is located.

It is necessary to recalculate the date of celebration of Pesach but taking into account the movement of the earth that determines the equinox precession. As the sun comes running from South to North, the date that marks the arrival of the Spring (first fruits) for the region of Israel must be higher than that of March the 22nd or 23rd, which as we said, the fruits of the earth have not yet ripened.

We are not interested in the adopted date of the astronomical beginning of Spring; but the date when the fruits begin to glean for the region where Israel is located,that is, for when the sun has risen sufficiently over the northern hemisphere, and the fruits ripen. The biblical date for the beginning of spring for the region of Israel should be calculated from the full moon of the month of April.

The full moon of April marks the beginning of the regional spring for Israel. If the reader sits on a graph of the phases of the moon he will see that we have been celebrating the Passover feast one month before the actual date.

By the date of the full moon in April the northern hemisphere has completely emerged from the low temperatures that still persist as a result of the winter that has just passed, and the sun allows the gleaning of the fruits; which was what happened according to the account of the plague of hail that fell on Egypt:

And the flax and the barley was smitten: for the barley was in the ear, and the flax was bolled. 32But the wheat and the rie were not smitten: for they were not grown up.  

Exodus 9:31-32

Sothen, the new year according to the biblical calendar established at the exitfrom Egypt begins with the next new moon.

This month shall be unto you the beginning of months: it shall be the first month of the year to you.

Exodus 12:2

The Biblical Pesach is, in reality, celebrated two weeks after the beginning of the year, that is, from the night of the 14th day of Abib, which coincides with the following full moon.

The biblical Pesach is then celebrated on the next full moon, which according to the graph of the lunar phases, is the full moon of May.

We have then, summarizing all the above, that the regional spring for Israel is marked with the full moon of April, the next new moon is the beginning of the new year, and the first month of the year; the next full moon, the full moon of May is the date for the celebration of Pesach.

From this data, the corrected dates for the Pesach celebration, and for the counting of the seven weeks for the Shavuot celebration, are as follows.

The full moon of April for this year 2017 fell on April 11, that day began the regional spring for Israel. The new moon was marked for the 26th of April, so the biblical year and first month of the year (according to the instruction of Exodus 12, of course), began on the 27th of April. The corrected date for Pesach is May 10th (day 14th), and from the 11th to the 17th of the same month the date of bitter herbs, corresponding to the 14th to the 21st of the first month, as we read in the detail that Moses quoted for the annual observation of the celebration:

In the first month, on the fourteenth day of the month at even, ye shall eat unleavened bread, until the one and twentieth day of the month at even. 19Seven days shall there be no leaven found in your houses: for whosoever eateth that which is leavened, even that soul shall be cut off from the congregation of Israel, whether he be a stranger, or born in the land.

Exodus 12:18-19

The first day of omer according to the recalculation of the date was May 19th, the day of first fruits, the date when Donald Trump began his presidential journey.

This brings us to another prophetic premise. If his journey took place on the first day of the reckoning of the seven weeks of the omer, at the end of which according to the law of Moses you shall offer a new present to Jehovah,[3] we expect that on the fiftieth day of this reckoning, that is, on the solemn feast of Shavuot, we shall have a new intervention of Donald Trump in the Middle East.

To calculate the date of the solemn feast of Shavuot, Pentecost, in the Christian environment, we count forty-nine days from May 19th, which brings us to the date of the 7th of July.

This date is prophetic, as was the delivery of the Torah to the people on Mount Sinai, is the date of establishment of Zion by the head of mountains, prophesied by the prophet Micah:

But in the last days it shall come to pass, that the mountain of the house of the LORD shall be established in the top of the mountains, and it shall be exalted above the hills; and people shall flow unto it.

Micah 4:1

Also prophesied by the prophet Isaiah:

For Zion’s sake will I not hold my peace, and for Jerusalem’s sake I will not rest, until the righteousness thereof go forth as brightness, and the salvation thereof as a lamp that burneth.

Isaiah 62:1

Based on the fact that this year also marks the 50th anniversary of the reunification of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, and given that one of Donald Trump’s campaign promises was to move the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem, we hope that by Shavuot Day, July 7th, 2017, it will be the day that the U.S. moves its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, thus completing Isaiah’s prophecy about Israel about the arrival of the man that executes my counsel.

All biblical quotations are taken from the King James version.


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Philologos. (2016, May 25). Retrieved Nov 19, 2018, from

Pastor Pedro Montoya

Twitter: @pastormontoya

[1] Acts 3:21

[2] Leviticus 23:15

[3] Levítico 23:16

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