Because “The Seven Days of Sabbath” is new information for most of our readers, it will be necessary to do more than one reading of this manuscript, in order to comprehend it. We suggest a first reading to get acquainted with the new ideas, a second reading for general comprehension, and a third reading to begin a detailed study of the work. In this way, one learns the subject by osmosis – the easy way to learn a new subject.
This work has two major divisions: 1) The Seven Days of Sabbath, and 2) The Heptads of the Old Testament.
The second division has three major parts: 1) The Heptad of Passover, 2) The Festival of Seven Heptads – “Pentecost” and 3) The Seventy Heptads of Daniel’s Prophecy. Each of these parts of the second division is a study in itself.
Here, we provide links to the major perspectives of the manuscript: