The now deceased Zola Levitt made an amazing discovery when he was teaching others of the Messiah.
He said: “You know, the seven feasts of Israel are powerful. They come in a peculiar kind of calendar:
- Passover is first, which falls on the 14th day of the first month.
- Unleavened bread starts the next night and goes on for a week.
- First Fruits is during the week. This is the festival we have come to call “Easter,” but it should really be called First Fruits.
- Pentecost is 50 days later.
- The Feast of Trumpets is the first day of the seventh month.
- The Day of Atonement is the 10th day of that month.
- The Feast of Tabernacles is the 15th day. These feasts are given in Leviticus, chapter 23.
“Now if I take an average pregnancy and I look at the development of you, me and everybody who ever developed in his mother’s womb, it works this way:
“Most pregnancies begin on the 14th day of the first month, just like Passover. The Jewish symbol of Passover is the egg. That egg that is released from the mother’s ovary must be utilized within 24 hours, or by the start of Unleavened Bread, the next day. The egg, if utilized, then travels to be implanted in the womb. Sometime during that week, depending on how fast it travels down the fallopian tube, it implants, and so we have First Fruits, which is the festival of planting. Then that little embryo grows.
“We’ve all seen that seven rows of seven pictures in the obstetrical books which looks like a little tadpole creature growing and generalizing. Finally in the 50th picture, the embryo becomes a new creature – a human fetus. That’s the day you can hear the heartbeat – the 50th day, which is the festival of Pentecost, where new creatures are made.
“Then there is a period of general growth for every baby. The senses then start to develop. Sight is not first because there is nothing to see there. Hearing is first. The hearing develops on the first day of the seventh month, just in time for the Feast of Trumpets. Then the blood begins to change. Fetal blood must change to adult blood so that the baby can take its oxygen and breathe its own air when it is born. That change occurs around the 10th day of the seventh month, which is the Day of Atonement – the blood acceptable. Then in the 15th day of the seventh month, the tabernacle or the houses of the spirit, the lungs, are finished. That is the first day of a safe delivery.
“If we go all the way into another month and a half for a full-term pregnancy, we land on the 25th day of the month Kislev. We now have 10 Jewish months of 28 days, or 280 days, which is a full-term pregnancy, and that day is Chanukah, the Feast of Rededication, or new life; and that is the birth day. Any pregnancy will fit on that calendar of the seven feasts as they are announced in Leviticus, Chapter 23.