november 30 – Ravine III                    – the Transfiguration [=our Date]   ‘at the 8th day’
                                                                        – the ’15th of the 8th’ (1Ki.12&13) : our unspoken Date 

this “8th” day …
pleaded Him to say something please – anything … — but Silence 
… sometimes this means that we could find it already : oftentimes in the scroll hersélf ;
    and today , this “8th (-month)” thing appears more and more probable by the hour
A) the Transfiguration :
next to the examples in part II also Luke 9 suggests similar : the Transfiguration which 
represents ‘our’ event happened at “the eighth day” (line 28) — though sadly any ‘number’
in the Scroll can have be corrupted , the context of it indeed being at ‘the 8th’ is rather Solid 
        [also implying that Esau cut & pasted here too : the Transfiguration was the réal end of the
        elsewhere described “Christ went to Jerusalem during Booths” : in another log we posed
        that the “tabernacles” and “three” (line 33) was said TO Peter and *likely* wrote something
        as “at (or: after) Booths in the third year” – but ofcourse we cannot próve that …]   ; 
B) the ‘missing 15 days’ :
… this may seem far-fetched : but why did Passover only start “the 14/15th of the 1st month” ? ;
could that imply that indeed “the 8th day of Booths” is a crossover to a timeframe – or date – 
that is part of the 8th month … ? :
|———————–|—————————————————————-|————————|                        < months
1                               2                                                                                         7                                 8
                |—————————————————————————————————-|- – – ? – -|      < feasts
you can agree that the feasts are more sacred than the months , therefore the feasts should 
form a perfect “7” – indicated in Time by ‘months’ : but since several “8-s” keep appearing ,
does this warrant searching for … some ‘forgotten 8’ ? ;
please keep the timeline in mind : 
C) the ’15th of the 8th’ : the story in 1 Kings 12 & 13 :
… in lines 32-33 of chapter 12 the excuse-for-a-king Jerobeam organizes a festivity ,
and all concordances will tell you “that he deliberately changed the timing of the feast of
Booths from the 15th of the seventh month into the 15th of the eight month” ,
and especially line 33 seems to support that view :
yet there is something fishy going on with both lines : 33 is almost a virtual repeat of 32 
and reads like “Esau wanted to push us by his repeat into understanding a wrong context” 
by making sure that ‘the 15th of the 8th’ had nothing to do with God   — 
yet in the rest of the story , in next chapter 13 ,
God considers the thing important enough to send some prophet to Jerobeam !
[and now we have to proceed carefully for possible corruption :]  

(KJV)  “And he cried against the altar in the word of the LORD, and said,”  
… does this make Sense ? why would a prophet “cry out against an altar (-as such)” when
a crucial aspect was ‘a certain day’.. ? for remember the previous two fishy lines : what if 
Esau made sure that the “day” theme was omitted by now , starting “an altar” theme ? : 
“and he called (7121) it the altar=day (mzbch=ium) of word=sacredness (?) of IEUE”
… doesn’t that make much more sense ?
it seems to us that Jerobeam may unknowingly (?) have picked a date — this 15th of the 8th —
but that he was not allowed to : because it was God’s date ! or whý would God make the
trouble to send someone to him about this ? , continuing :
(KJV) “O altar, altar, thus saith the LORD; Behold, a child shall be born unto the house 
of David, Josiah by name; and upon thee shall he offer the priests of the high places 
that burn incense upon thee, and men’s bones shall be burnt upon thee.”

… now , even if corrupted , the terms that remained in KJV give it away as well :
since ‘altar’ presumably was ‘day’ (line 2a) and because now must follow a specificátion ,
it was likely “[+because in]   altar=this altar=day , says IEUE ,”   +  ;
followed by “a son will be born to the house David” , where ‘David’ always is ‘Eden-rule’ 
and “a son born” is either about Christ or the manchild as 144     —
it may have written a slight different version but it is not easy to establish hów that could have
looked – to not confuse themes – since ‘the house Ishral’ still existed in worldly form ofcourse ;
it therefore cannot be coincidence that the subject is repeated to make SURE who is intended ,
as [swapped]   “[+in]   name of – Joshua – [..2x..]   – the high (-places) – priest” :
the “Joshua the high priest” represents the 144 , see for example the Zecheriah chapter ,
and Esau sáw this but used (the·high-places) (-bmth) instead of the proper adjective ‘high’ ;
note how the subject can not be Christ – since He was born out of the southern kingdom ;
         [sadly,]   this is as far as we possibly can go :
         we fail to retrieve what can have been said in 2c , 
         yet to be fair we think that it does not really matter anymore … true ? 
         the rest of 2 Kings 13 :
         … for the same reason [=corruption]   we cannot be sure ‘what’ the “sign” was about :
         does “a split-apart altar” make sense ? – perhaps ; but “a dried-up hand” – why ? ;
         though surely some sign followed , probably to Un-do that event (and link it to the
         proper later event) , it seems a waste of time trying to find out what it may have been ;
conclusion :
… true – the last thing we’d have thought of is looking into chapters like ‘Kings’ , but why 
couldn’t God have put something inthere which would likely be corrupted in prophets .. ? ;
all the above seems like a solid chance , and gives hope        
… 8 more days …