Jerusalem encircled with a wall & The Abomination of Desolation (AOD) Another of the incontrovertible parallels found in the Flavian Signature is the “Abomination of Desolation” predicted by Jesus and recorded by Josephus. The passage in Luke that should contain a reference to the AOD does not, though the parallel passage in Matthew does. Notice that the author of Matthew asks that the reader “understand” something about the “Abomination of Desolation”. What the reader needs to “understand” is that by placing typological parallels into one Gospel, and not all 4 books, made the Jesus/Titus typology less obvious. ” ‘Nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom...but when you see Jerusalem surrounded by armies, then know that its desolation is near.’ ” Luke 21: 10-20 Luke 21 should be read in conjunction with Luke 19:43-44 about enemies building an embankment around/surrounded & not leave one stone (Temple destroyed in 70AD) upon you. Why because its Titus army building a wall around Jerusalem-War of the Jews 5,12, 499-501 ” ‘For nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom… Therefore when you see the “abomination of desolation,” spoken of by Daniel the prophet, standing in the holy place (whoever reads, let him understand) . . .’ ” Matt 24:7-15 “on that very day, which was the seventeenth day of Panemus, [Tamuz,] the sacrifice called ‘the Daily Sacrifice’ had failed, and had not been offered to God, for want of men to offer it, and that the people were grievously troubled at it) . . . . . . And who is there that does not know what the writings of the ancient prophets contain in them, – and particularly that oracle which is just now going to be fulfilled upon this miserable city?” Wars of the Jews, 6, 2, 93-94, 109-110 Whiston’s translation of the War of the Jews noted the “miraculous” date of the Abomination of Desolation in a footnote: “This was a remarkable day indeed, the seventeenth of Panemus, [Tamuz,] A.D. 70, when, according to Daniel’s prediction, six hundred and six years before, the Romans ‘in half a week caused the sacrifice and oblation to cease,’ Daniel 9:27. For from the month of February, A.D. 66, about which time Vespasian & Titus entered on this war, to this very time, was just three years and a half.” Whiston’s point is that Daniel predicted that the “Abomination of Desolation” would occur in the middle of a “week” or seven years. “From the time that the daily sacrifice is abolished and the abomination that causes desolation is set up, there will be 1,290 days.” Daniel 12:11 Simply on its face, the fact that Jesus and Josephus both understood Daniel’s prophecy as having come to pass during the Jewish war is suspicious. Jesus could only see this by looking into the future; and the date Josephus recorded the AOD occurred was also “miraculous”. The fact that this dual miracle occurred at the same point in their campaigns seems to lay to rest any question as to whether the linkage was deliberate. It also proves that the Gospels were back dated 40 years from 70AD to allow Jesus predict the coming of the Son of Man (Titus). Jesus did say the generation (40 years) then living would see his predictions come to pass. Jesus fictional dies in 33Ad and the war starts in 66-and ends in 73AD 40 years (within the generation) later. It may also help explain Revelation’s 666 referring to Titus from the year they first started the Gospel (Good news of military victory) and Titus greek name (Teitan) as the numerical value of 666. After all the secret of the trinity is Vespasian, Titus & Domitian Christians are fooled into worshiping as Gods under the name switching of Christ.