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I have not read the book so I cannot comment on the details in it but I surmise that after the scholars critique the book it will fittingly join with the Bible code.It seems that an awful lot of people have figured out a date for the start of the tribulation or the second coming.That is the contention of an explosive new book, “Temple at the Center of Time: Newton’s Bible Codex Deciphered and the Year 2012,” by David Flynn. It was a civilian settlement built where the Thames became narrow enough for a bridge to be built across it but was still deep enough to admit large ocean vessels.The book asserts it has “deciphered Isaac Newton’s greatest paradox: None other than ‘the unified field theory’ of Bible prophecy.”The Romans established Londinium in about A. In the 16th century, William Camden believed that the “London Stone” was a Roman milestone from which all distances were measured in the province.
Known as Ab Urbe Condita (literally, from the founding of the city) the Roman calendar began with 753 B. according to the dating of Marcus Terentius Varro (116–27 B. Because of how the prophet Daniel divided the prophetic week in half, Flynn believes the original founding date for the empire of the prophecy, Rome, would follow this pattern and be bisected. Even the popular television program X-Files speculated that colonization of the earth by “aliens” would occur in December 2012.
If God was going to make a unified system of Bible prophecy everything would fit not just what the author choose to select.
I also do not believe the Millennial temple will be at the Temple Mount of Old Jerusalem. So what does that do to the exact measurements when you do not even know the exact point on the earth to measure from?
In the 17th century, Christopher Wren was able to observe the foundations of the London Stone underneath Cannon Street during the rebuilding of London after the Great Fire.
With this information, it is possible to extend a measuring line from the Temple Mount in Jerusalem to the exact center of ancient London, and by fixing a point on the site of the temple mount, a measuring line extended over Jerusalem to the center of London produces 1,948.40 nautical miles.