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Joshua’s Long Day
This is the day God made the sun appear to stand still by moving the sun with earth’s rotation. http://sunnyokanagan.com/joshua/index.html

 Andrew Bennett 

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8 Responses to “Joshua’s Long Day”
Andrew Bennett Says: 

November 11th, 2006 at 11:36 pm 
According to TheSky 6, the elipse took place at 12AM February 10 1389 BC Israel time. This means the sun was not at all visible from Israel at that time. The total eclipse path starts at Florida westward through Mexico. Thank you for your contribution though, every effort is appreciated. Exact dates are important, and they support the sun moving 180 degrees with earth’s rotation at noon in Israel for 12 hours. The sun now on the other side of earth and earth flowed into a reverse orbit and earth shifted to keep in the same season. This must be king Wan’s dream February 26 1238 BC. Then the sun must move 180 degrees back half an orbit or a full orbit or multiples thereof later for earth to reorient, keep in the same season, and flow out of the reverse orbit without a trace. This is exactly what we find in the so called lunar elipse of day 56/57 eight kings before the fall of the Shang dynasty. The Chinese revised chronology has this as August 14 1166 BC and the fall of the Shang dynasty 1050 BC. However, in the common chronology which was never changed this is August 31 1238 BC, exactly half an orbit after Joshua’s long day February 26 1238 BC. Then there was still 116 years from this lunar eclipse, rather sun/moon miracle, to the fall of the Shang dynasty and rise of the Chow dynasty in 1122 BC according to the common chronology. 

Andrew Bennett Says: 

November 12th, 2006 at 8:36 pm 
Part of the problem is variations in Earth’s rotation and the Moon’s orbit of plus or minus an hour 3,000 years ago. I see what you mean. The NASA page gives the eclipse closer to Egypt.
-1388 Feb 09 13:02 A 18 0.432 0.937 6.9N Latitude 14.9W Longitude 64 261 08m43s 

roy batham Says: 

November 13th, 2006 at 8:06 am 
have a look at Bible Studies here

Andrew Bennett Says: 

December 18th, 2006 at 1:12 am 
13:02 Universal Time or Greenwich time 14.9 degrees West means a partial solar eclipse should have been visible from Israel about 5PM their time. Thus people in Spain and Africa may have better seen a partial eclipse, totality being around the Ivory Coast.
The conquest of Canaan must have happened about 1230 BC according to archaeologists. Thus Joshua’s long day February 26 1238 BC fits.

Andrew Bennett 

JohnPearson Says: 

January 25th, 2007 at 12:44 am 
Nice Post. 

That was well said. Always appreciate your indepth views. Keep up the great work! 


admin0 Says: 

March 3rd, 2007 at 1:37 am 
You can see Roy Batham’s solar eclipse would have been visible from Israel:

However, Hazor was burned in 1230’s BC according to archaeological dating.

Andrew Bennett 

Daniel (IP: , server-center.net) Says: 

August 29th, 2007 at 7:34 pm 
I couldn’t understand some parts of this article s Long Day, but I guess I just need to check some more resources regarding this, because it sounds interesting. 

Andrew Bennett Says: 

September 24th, 2007 at 8:25 pm 

A few corrections. The sun must have returned half an orbit after Joshua’s long day February 26, 1238 BC which is August 31 1238 BC. This would be the same day described in Joshua 11, and Judges 4,5,6,7,8. However the Chinese day 56/57 was the last year of King Wuding 1269 BC on August 12 1269 BC and the incoming trouble on day 23, 27 days later, probably was the day he died and was the day of Atonement, Yom Kippur, September 7.
Sun miracles often occurred on feast days and in important years that pointed to the coming of God’s Son, Jesus Christ, into the world. 

Andrew Bennett

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