The Bible says, Rich men [will] weep and howl, for your miseries that shall come upon you. Your riches are corrupted…Your gold and silver cankered..You have heaped treasure for the last days,” James 5:1-3, King James.

In 2008 the new moon was in the sky as the US Senate approved $760 billion on the eve of October 1 and the stock market crashed for 10 days. In Bible times, they blew trumpets for those 10 days till the Day of Atonement, Leviticus 23:24-28. It was a biblical parallel to Revelation 8:7 which suggests economic collapse on the Feast of Trumpets because, when the first trumpet blows, “all grass is burnt up.”

This decodes to the economy because when we compare passages, “as the flower of the grass, so shall the rich man fade,” James 1:9-11 King James. This doesn't mean they die—they just aren't rich any more.

This year that timeframe (Feast of Trumpets, new moon crescent) occurs September 26. Black Friday? That would seem as good a pick as any, at the end of the 3rd quarter and at end of the week when often there is a sell-off in the markets. Hearing Robert Prector with Rick Wiles suggests getting out early!

An ebook titled October 7 was expectant of economic crash last year, and though no crash occurred, the government was shut down on that date, suggesting that the date did have “sign quality” and it could have been a warning for this year. It also sees the sequel as martial law and a move towards Novus Ordo Seclorum on our $1 bill.

Readers interested in further information may appreciate the ebook,

Author's Bio: 

Dr. Richard Ruhling is a physician who taught Health Science at Loma Linda University and he has a special interest in Bible prophecy since retiring. His books may be seen at