Currently there are only a few Articles of Interest on this page, but they may still
may be of interest to read. This page contains articles that the Father has put
on my heart for others to read. You may find the chart The Timeline of the Judges
and Kings of Israel to be of an interest.
I have been interested in genealogy ever since the age of 14 when I began studying
my own ancestry. Before that time history really was not my favorite subject, but
when I saw that a few of my ancestors fought in the Civil War and the Revolutionary
War, my dislikes for history soon changed. Those boring names and dates that are
commonly used in history soon became known to me as people and events because my
ancestors have paralleled American history.
In my personal genealogy my goal was to trace my lineage back into the Bible, but
I found it to be a little difficult. Then an idea came to me that I should start
at the other end and work to the present. Therefore, in 2003 I began working at
putting together a Biblical Genealogy starting at the very beginning of Creation
combining several books together to widen the spectrum of Biblical history.
The books you will find which is used in this study is the Bible, the First and Second
books of Adam and Eve, the Book of Jasher, the Book of Jubilees, and the Strongs
Concordance. The further I go into the Biblical history, there will be more books
that I will be using to study from.
You may notice that I am not using the 4004 BC theory of when Adam was created, but
a later date of 3901 BC. The reason of that is because Jasher 8:1 - 2 mentions a
great star swallowing up four other stars in the eastern sky at the time of Abraham’s
If an astronomical event took place like this, then it could be researched on some
computer program that would show this event. After some months of trying to figure
out what this great star was, I looked up on the Internet, “The Birth of Abraham”
and found the answer I had been looking for.
Closer view As
Nimrod’s wise men saw it
This astronomical event took place on February 22nd through the 25th of 1953 BC when
Venus (being the brightest object in the nighttime sky next to the moon) went into
conjunction with Jupiter, Mars, Saturn and Mercury. Venus in its brightness appeared
to swallow up the other planets.
Counting backwards from Abraham’s birth to Adam, I have calculated Adam’s creation
to be at 3901 BC.