Psalms Confirmation

So far, we have shown how the various seal dates spread across history, and we've hinted at how they will match to headlines that identify the Lost Tribes of Ancient Israel. Before going that far, we stop and look at an internal match between those Seal Dates and the Psalms.

Background

The underlying Hebrew language has a word for the number 1000. That word is "Aleph" which is also the name of the first letter in the Hebrew language. The word "Aleph" has several meanings in English, including the animal: Ox, a group of people: Tribe, and the numeric value: 1000.

The underlying passage in Revelation which drives the seal dates can be parsed using an algebra based on the grammar of that key Hebrew word, Aleph.

Review again the passage that lists the 144,000 being sealed and realize that the use of the numeric value, 1000, can be refactored in the term tribe.

5From the tribe of Judah 12,000 were sealed, from the tribe of Reuben 12,000, from the tribe of Gad 12,000, 6from the tribe of Asher 12,000, from the tribe of Naphtali 12,000, from the tribe of Manasseh 12,000, 7from the tribe of Simeon 12,000, from the tribe of Levi 12,000, from the tribe of Issachar 12,000, 8from the tribe of Zebulun 12,000, from the tribe of Joseph 12,000, from the tribe of Benjamin 12,000. (Revelation 7:5-8 NIV)

5From the tribe of Judah were sealed 12,000, from the tribe of Reuben 12,000, from the tribe of Gad 12,000, 6from the tribe of Asher 12,000, from the tribe of Naphtali 12,000, from the tribe of Manasseh 12,000, 7from the tribe of Simeon 12,000, from the tribe of Levi 12,000, from the tribe of Issachar 12,000, 8from the tribe of Zebulun 12,000, from the tribe of Joseph 12,000, from the tribe of Benjamin 12,000. (Revelation 7:5-8 BRB)

5Of the tribe of Juda were sealed twelve thousand. Of the tribe of Reuben were sealed twelve thousand. Of the tribe of Gad were sealed twelve thousand. 6Of the tribe of Aser were sealed twelve thousand. Of the tribe of Nepthalim were sealed twelve thousand. Of the tribe of Manasses were sealed twelve thousand. 7Of the tribe of Simeon were sealed twelve thousand. Of the tribe of Levi were sealed twelve thousand. Of the tribe of Issachar were sealed twelve thousand. 8Of the tribe of Zabulon were sealed twelve thousand. Of the tribe of Joseph were sealed twelve thousand. Of the tribe of Benjamin were sealed twelve thousand. (Revelation 7:5-8 KJV)

There are 12 tribes, and they each have 12 tribes that make them up. To the original language reader, this is a great pun, but it is also the basis for seeing how this list works in another way.

As already shown each of these seal dates has 6000 days, or 6 Alephs on either side, and the last seal date hangs in time at the end of a 144,000 day period. This last seal thus adds, in effect, another 6 Alephs to the overall period. The total number of Alephs is thus 150, the same number as there are Psalms.

Psalms to Seals

If each Psalm is also 1 Aleph away from each other, then there is a map between the Psalms and the seals. The following table shows this map:

Psalm NumberSeal NumberTribe Name
1 Dan
2  
3  
4  
5  
6  
7  
8  
9  
10  
11  
12  
131Judah
14  
15  
16  
17  
18  
19  
20  
21  
22  
23  
24  
252Reuben
26  
27  
28  
29  
30  
31  
32  
33  
34  
35  
36  
373Gad
38  
39  
40  
41  
42  
43  
44  
45  
46  
47  
48  
494Asher
50  
51  
52  
53  
54  
55  
56  
57  
58  
59  
60  
615Naphtali
62  
63  
64  
65  
66  
67  
68  
69  
70  
71  
72  
736Manasseh
74  
75  
76  
77  
78  
79  
80  
81  
82  
83  
84  
857Simeon
86  
87  
88  
89  
90  
91  
92  
93  
94  
95  
96  
978Levi
98  
99  
100  
101  
102  
103  
104  
105  
106  
107  
108  
1099Issachar
110  
111  
112  
113  
114  
115  
116  
117  
118  
119  
120  
12110Zebulun
122  
123  
124  
125  
126  
127  
128  
129  
130  
131  
132  
13311Joseph
134  
135  
136  
137  
138  
139  
140  
141  
142  
143  
144  
14512Benjamin
146  
147  
148  
149  
150  

If this preceding table is correct, then there should be internal evidence linking the various Psalms to the tribes. There is, here is a sampling.

Example: Psalm 1 and Dan

The first Psalm links to the unsealed tribe of Dan. That tribe is predicted by Jacob, at his death, to become the Judge of his fellow tribes. His name means judge, after all. What follows here is the text of Psalm 1:

1Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful.ungodly: or, wicked 2But his delight is in the law of the Lord; and in his law doth he meditate day and night. 3And he shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that bringeth forth his fruit in his season; his leaf also shall not wither; and whatsoever he doeth shall prosper.wither: Heb. fade

4The ungodly are not so: but are like the chaff which the wind driveth away. 5Therefore the ungodly shall not stand in the judgment, nor sinners in the congregation of the righteous. 6For the Lord knoweth the way of the righteous: but the way of the ungodly shall perish. (Psalms 1 KJV)

1Blessed is the man who does not walk in the counsel of the wickedor stand in the way of sinners or sit in the seat of mockers. 2But his delight is in the law of the LORD, and on his law he meditates day and night. 3He is like a tree planted by streams of water, which yields its fruit in seasonand whose leaf does not wither. Whatever he does prospers. 4Not so the wicked! They are like chaff that the wind blows away. 5Therefore the wicked will not stand in the judgment, nor sinners in the assembly of the righteous. 6For the LORD watches over the way of the righteous, but the way of the wicked will perish. (Psalms 1 NIV)

1FEBlessed is the man who does not walk in the way of the ungodly, nor stays in the counsel of sinners, nor sits in the company of mockers, 2but his delight is in the law of Yahvah, and on his law he meditates day and night. 3He will be like a tree planted by a stream of water, that brings forth its fruit in its season; whose leaves do not fall off, and whatever he begins he accomplishes.

4The ungodly are not so, but are like the chaff which the wind drives away. 5Therefore the ungodly will not be justified in the judgment, nor sinners in the assembly of the righteous, 6for Yahvah knows the way of the righteous, but the way of the ungodly will perish. (Psalms 1 BRB)

This Psalm deals with those who delight on the Law of Yahvah. Who but a judge would delight in this law?

Skipping ahead, the World Court is located in the Netherlands, the modern tribe of Dan, and fulfills both Jacob's prophecy over Dan, and this Psalm as a prophecy as well.

At this level, though, all we're trying to show is the internal consistency between the Psalms and the Seals. We've done that already here.

Example: Psalm 13 and Judah

Once the linkage from the Psalm to the Tribe is know, then a book could be written on the details itself. The first level, though, is simply to look for clues in the text that link to known clues for the Patriarch, or the Tribe itself.

0For the director of music. A psalm of David. 1How long, O LORD? Will you forget me forever? How long will you hide your face from me? 2How long must I wrestle with my thoughts and every day have sorrow in my heart? How long will my enemy triumph over me? 3Look on me and answer, O LORD my God. Give light to my eyes, or I will sleep in death; 4my enemy will say, "I have overcome him," and my foes will rejoice when I fall. 5But I trust in your unfailing love; my heart rejoices in your salvation. 6I will sing to the LORD, for he has been good to me. (Psalms 13 NIV)

0To the chief Musician, A Psalm of David.

1How long wilt thou forget me, O Lord? for ever? how long wilt thou hide thy face from me?chief…: or, overseer 2How long shall I take counsel in my soul, having sorrow in my heart daily? how long shall mine enemy be exalted over me? 3Consider and hear me, O Lord my God: lighten mine eyes, lest I sleep the sleep of death; 4Lest mine enemy say, I have prevailed against him; and those that trouble me rejoice when I am moved. 5But I have trusted in thy mercy; my heart shall rejoice in thy salvation. 6I will sing unto the Lord, because he hath dealt bountifully with me. (Psalms 13 KJV)

1FEHow long Yahvah will you forsake me forever? How long will you turn away your face from me? 2How long will I keep sorrow in my soul and misery in my heart daily? How long will my enemy be exalted over me?

3Consider and hear me Yahvah my god; lighten my eyes lest I sleep in death, 4lest my enemy say, I have prevailed against him, and those who trouble me rejoice when I am shaken. 5But I have trusted in your mercy; my heart will rejoice in your salvation.

6I will sing to Yahvah because he has saved me. (Psalms 13 BRB)

Judah's main characteristics can be found in the Book of Genesis, and mostly deal with his inability to see. He gets this from his mother, who also had bad eyes, and it shows up in various stories like that with his daughter-in-law Tamar. In that story Judah is unable to see that Tamar is more righteous than he for his forsaking Tamar.

In general we reap what we sow, and in this Psalm the topic is on waiting for justice. Judah denied justice to Tamar. The Psalmist also requests that his eyes be opened, the same problem Judah inherited from his mother.

This Psalm has a lot more to say about the modern nation of Russia, the modern location of the Tribe of Judah. In general, Russians have persecuted severely all movements of the Holy Spirit within her borders. Milk-Drinkers, as they have been called, have been forced to immigrate west. Russia's high tendency to paranoya can also be seen in this Psalm.

Example: Psalm 25 and Reuben

Reuben is most well known for having defiled his father's bed and by so doing he was written out of Jacob's will. That birthright blessing passed to Joseph. This will eventually be seen in world history when the Vikings, modern Reuben, land in North America, but are eventually supplanted by English speakers, who are the modern inheritors of Joseph's promises.

That shameful act is often referenced in passages that deal with Reuben and it can be seen in the associated Psalm. In this Psalm we learn this was an act of childish foolishness and the Psalmist asks Yahvah to forgive him of this sin.

The inheritance blessing originated with Abraham and then moved down the family line. That blessing was to inherit the whole earth, and it is referenced in this Psalm. But, remember, this is bitter sweet as Reuben lost that blessing in favor of his brother Joseph because of his childhood sin.

0Of David. 1To you, O LORD, I lift up my soul; 2in you I trust, O my God.Do not let me be put to shame, nor let my enemies triumph over me. 3No one whose hope is in you will ever be put to shame,but they will be put to shame who are treacherous without excuse. 4Show me your ways, O LORD, teach me your paths; 5guide me in your truth and teach me, for you are God my Savior, and my hope is in you all day long. 6Remember, O LORD, your great mercy and love, for they are from of old. 7Remember not the sins of my youth and my rebellious ways;according to your love remember me, for you are good, O LORD. 8Good and upright is the LORD; therefore he instructs sinners in his ways. 9He guides the humble in what is right and teaches them his way. 10All the ways of the LORD are loving and faithful for those who keep the demands of his covenant. 11For the sake of your name, O LORD, forgive my iniquity, though it is great. 12Who, then, is the man that fears the LORD? He will instruct him in the way chosen for him. 13He will spend his days in prosperity, and his descendants will inherit the land. 14The LORD confides in those who fear him; he makes his covenant known to them. 15My eyes are ever on the LORD, for only he will release my feet from the snare. 16Turn to me and be gracious to me,for I am lonely and afflicted. 17The troubles of my heart have multiplied; free me from my anguish. 18Look upon my affliction and my distress and take away all my sins. 19See how my enemies have increased and how fiercely they hate me! 20Guard my life and rescue me; let me not be put to shame, for I take refuge in you. 21May integrity and uprightness protect me, because my hope is in you. 22Redeem Israel, O God, from all their troubles! (Psalms 25 NIV)

0A Psalm of David.

1Unto thee, O Lord, do I lift up my soul. 2O my God, I trust in thee: let me not be ashamed, let not mine enemies triumph over me. 3Yea, let none that wait on thee be ashamed: let them be ashamed which transgress without cause. 4Shew me thy ways, O Lord; teach me thy paths. 5Lead me in thy truth, and teach me: for thou art the God of my salvation; on thee do I wait all the day. 6Remember, O Lord, thy tender mercies and thy lovingkindnesses; for they have been ever of old.tender…: Heb. bowels 7Remember not the sins of my youth, nor my transgressions: according to thy mercy remember thou me for thy goodness' sake, O Lord.

8Good and upright is the Lord: therefore will he teach sinners in the way. 9The meek will he guide in judgment: and the meek will he teach his way. 10All the paths of the Lord are mercy and truth unto such as keep his covenant and his testimonies. 11For thy name's sake, O Lord, pardon mine iniquity; for it is great. 12What man is he that feareth the Lord? him shall he teach in the way that he shall choose. 13His soul shall dwell at ease; and his seed shall inherit the earth.dwell…: Heb. lodge in goodness 14The secret of the Lord is with them that fear him; and he will shew them his covenant.and…: or, and his covenant to make them know it

15Mine eyes are ever toward the Lord; for he shall pluck my feet out of the net.pluck: Heb. bring forth 16Turn thee unto me, and have mercy upon me; for I am desolate and afflicted. 17The troubles of my heart are enlarged: O bring thou me out of my distresses. 18Look upon mine affliction and my pain; and forgive all my sins. 19Consider mine enemies; for they are many; and they hate me with cruel hatred.cruel…: Heb. hatred of violence 20O keep my soul, and deliver me: let me not be ashamed; for I put my trust in thee. 21Let integrity and uprightness preserve me; for I wait on thee. 22Redeem Israel, O God, out of all his troubles. (Psalms 25 KJV)

1FETo you Yahvah I lift up my soul. 2My god I trust in you; do not let me be ashamed, do not let my enemies triumph over me. 3Yes let no one who trusts in you be ashamed; let the wicked be ashamed with their vanity.

4Show me your ways Yahvah; teach me your paths. 5Lead me in your truth and teach me, for you are my god and my savior; on you I wait all the day.

6Remember Yahvah your tender mercies and your lovingkindnesses, for they are from the beginning of the world. 7Do not remember the foolishness of my youth, but according to your abundant mercy remember me because of your goodness' sake god.

8Good and upright is Yahvah therefore he will direct sinners in the way. 9He will guide the meek in judgment, and he will teach the poor his way. 10All the paths of Yahvah are mercy and truth to such as preserve his contract and his testimonies.

11For your name's sake Yahvah pardon my iniquity for it is great.

12What man is he that fears Yahvah? He will teach him in the way that he has chosen. 13His soul will stay in ease, and his seed will inherit the land. 14Yahvah is mindful of those who worship him, and he will show them his contract.

15My eyes are ever toward Yahvah, for he will release my feet out of the net.

16Turn to me and have favor on me, for I am the only son and destitute. 17The troubles of my heart are multiplied; bring me out of my distresses. 18Look on my affliction and my labor, and forgive all my sins.

19Consider my enemies, for they are many, and they hate me with an unjust hatred. 20Keep my soul and deliver me because I have trusted in you. 21The innocent and the upright have followed me because I have trusted in you.

22God has saved Israel from all of his oppressors. (Psalms 25 BRB)

Example: Psalm 61 and Naphtali

The clearest promise over Naphtali is given by Jacob in his end-times prophecies in Genesis chapter 49. In that promise, Jacob says that Naphtali will have some sort of language blessing. This is seen in the affiliated modern nation of Germany, which has the German language. That language is the least dense of all western languages, taking roughly twice the space as English to express any equivalent idea. (Hebrew runs about a factor of 2 the other way.)

Many of the passages dealing with Naphtali play to this language feature, and it shows up in the affiliated Psalm. The psalm is all about hearing and listening.

0For the director of music. With stringed instruments. Of David. 1Hear my cry, O God; listen to my prayer. 2From the ends of the earth I call to you, I call as my heart grows faint; lead me to the rock that is higher than I. 3For you have been my refuge, a strong tower against the foe. 4I long to dwell in your tent forever and take refuge in the shelter of your wings. Selah 5For you have heard my vows, O God; you have given me the heritage of those who fear your name. 6Increase the days of the king's life, his years for many generations. 7May he be enthroned in God's presence forever; appoint your love and faithfulness to protect him. 8Then will I ever sing praise to your name and fulfill my vows day after day. (Psalms 61 NIV)

1FEHear my cry god; attend to my prayer. 2From the end of the land I will cry to you when my heart is overwhelmed, lead me to a rock higher than I. 3For you have been a shelter for me, and a strong tower from my enemies. 4I will stay in your tent forever; I will make my refuge in the covering of your wings.

5For you god have heard my vows; you have given an inheritance to those who fear your name.

6You have added days to the days of the king, and his years as many generations. 7He will be established before god forever; mercy and justice will preserve him.

8Thus I will sing praise to your name forever when I daily fulfill my vows. (Psalms 61 BRB)

0To the chief Musician upon Neginah, A Psalm of David.

1Hear my cry, O God; attend unto my prayer. 2From the end of the earth will I cry unto thee, when my heart is overwhelmed: lead me to the rock that is higher than I. 3For thou hast been a shelter for me, and a strong tower from the enemy. 4I will abide in thy tabernacle for ever: I will trust in the covert of thy wings. Selah.trust: or, make my refuge

5For thou, O God, hast heard my vows: thou hast given me the heritage of those that fear thy name. 6Thou wilt prolong the king's life: and his years as many generations.Thou…: Heb. Thou shalt add days to the days of the kingas…: Heb. as generation and generation 7He shall abide before God for ever: O prepare mercy and truth, which may preserve him. 8So will I sing praise unto thy name for ever, that I may daily perform my vows. (Psalms 61 KJV)

Example: Psalm 73 and Manasseh

Manasseh become the modern United States and the affiliated Psalm may contain a considerable amount of material that matters to the eventual history of that nation.

At an initial level we're trying to establish a link between the Psalms and the Seals, to confirm the map. This of course requires knowledge of the tribes. Of course that knowledge in part comes from these Psalms, but there are some clues that are helpful here.

Manasseh is the holder of one of the Covenant Promises to Abraham, in this case the great nation promise. It was passed to Isaac, then Jacob, then Joseph, and then to Manasseh. Passages dealing with Manasseh usually reference aspects of that promise including various types of national wealth. This can bee seen in this associated Psalm, with words like abundance, wealth and power.

0A psalm of Asaph. 1Surely God is good to Israel, to those who are pure in heart. 2But as for me, my feet had almost slipped; I had nearly lost my foothold. 3For I envied the arrogant when I saw the prosperity of the wicked. 4They have no struggles; their bodies are healthy and strong. 5They are free from the burdens common to man; they are not plagued by human ills. 6Therefore pride is their necklace; they clothe themselves with violence. 7From their callous hearts comes iniquity; the evil conceits of their minds know no limits. 8They scoff, and speak with malice; in their arrogance they threaten oppression. 9Their mouths lay claim to heaven, and their tongues take possession of the earth. 10Therefore their people turn to them and drink up waters in abundance. 11They say, "How can God know? Does the Most High have knowledge?" 12This is what the wicked are like -- always carefree, they increase in wealth. 13Surely in vain have I kept my heart pure; in vain have I washed my hands in innocence. 14All day long I have been plagued; I have been punished every morning. 15If I had said, "I will speak thus," I would have betrayed your children. 16When I tried to understand all this, it was oppressive to me 17till I entered the sanctuary of God; then I understood their final destiny. 18Surely you place them on slippery ground; you cast them down to ruin. 19How suddenly are they destroyed, completely swept away by terrors! 20As a dream when one awakes, so when you arise, O Lord, you will despise them as fantasies. 21When my heart was grieved and my spirit embittered, 22I was senseless and ignorant; I was a brute beast before you. 23Yet I am always with you; you hold me by my right hand. 24You guide me with your counsel, and afterward you will take me into glory. 25Whom have I in heaven but you? And earth has nothing I desire besides you. 26My flesh and my heart may fail, but God is the strength of my heart and my portion forever. 27Those who are far from you will perish; you destroy all who are unfaithful to you. 28But as for me, it is good to be near God. I have made the Sovereign LORD my refuge; I will tell of all your deeds. (Psalms 73 NIV)

1FETruly god is good to Israel, and to those who are pure in heart. 2But as for me my feet were almost gone; my steps had nearly slipped. 3For I was envious of the wicked when I saw the prosperity of the ungodly. 4For there is no end to their death, and their folly is great. 5They do not share in the toil of men, nor are they scourged like other men. 6Therefore pride holds them fast; they have concealed their wickedness and ungodliness. 7Their iniquity comes through like grease; they do according to the evil dictates of the heart. 8They imagine and speak evil things; they talk unjustly against the most high. 9They have set their mouths in the skies, but their tongues drag in the dirt 10therefore my people will return here, and they will have everything in abundance. 11They will say, How does god know; is there knowledge in the most high? 12These are the ungodly who prosper in the world; they are strong in power.

13As for me I have cleansed my heart, and washed my hands in innocence. 14All day long I have been plagued, and chastened every morning. 15If I say, I will do as they do, this is sinful for me. 16I thought to know this and it was too painful for me. 17Until I went into the holiness of god, then I understood their end.

18You appointed their portion according to their deceitfulness. You cast them down when they exalted themselves. 19How they are brought into desolation as in a moment. They are utterly consumed with terrors. 20As one who awakes from a dream, so master you will despise their idolatry. 21Thus my heart was grieved, and my conscience troubled me. 22I was so foolish and ignorant. I was like an animal before you.

23You will comfort me with your counsel, and lead me according to your honor. 24Who have I in the skies but you? Who have I desired on land besides you? 25I am continually with you; you have held me by my right hand.

26My flesh and my heart fail, but god is the strength of my heart and my portion forever.

27For those who are far from you will perish. You have destroyed all those who go astray from you.

28I was pleased to draw near to god. I have put my trust in Master Yahvah that I may declare all his works. (Psalms 73 BRB)

0A Psalm of Asaph.

1Truly God is good to Israel, even to such as are of a clean heart.of: or, forTruly: or, Yetof…: Heb. clean of heart 2But as for me, my feet were almost gone; my steps had well nigh slipped. 3For I was envious at the foolish, when I saw the prosperity of the wicked. 4For there are no bands in their death: but their strength is firm.firm: Heb. fat 5They are not in trouble as other men; neither are they plagued like other men.in…: Heb. in the trouble of other menlike: Heb. with 6Therefore pride compasseth them about as a chain; violence covereth them as a garment. 7Their eyes stand out with fatness: they have more than heart could wish.have…: Heb. pass the thoughts of the heart 8They are corrupt, and speak wickedly concerning oppression: they speak loftily. 9They set their mouth against the heavens, and their tongue walketh through the earth. 10Therefore his people return hither: and waters of a full cup are wrung out to them. 11And they say, How doth God know? and is there knowledge in the most High? 12Behold, these are the ungodly, who prosper in the world; they increase in riches. 13Verily I have cleansed my heart in vain, and washed my hands in innocency. 14For all the day long have I been plagued, and chastened every morning.chastened: Heb. my chastisement was

15If I say, I will speak thus; behold, I should offend against the generation of thy children. 16When I thought to know this, it was too painful for me;too…: Heb. labour in mine eyes 17Until I went into the sanctuary of God; then understood I their end. 18Surely thou didst set them in slippery places: thou castedst them down into destruction. 19How are they brought into desolation, as in a moment! they are utterly consumed with terrors. 20As a dream when one awaketh; so, O Lord, when thou awakest, thou shalt despise their image.

21Thus my heart was grieved, and I was pricked in my reins. 22So foolish was I, and ignorant: I was as a beast before thee.ignorant: Heb. I knew notbefore: Heb. with 23Nevertheless I am continually with thee: thou hast holden me by my right hand. 24Thou shalt guide me with thy counsel, and afterward receive me to glory. 25Whom have I in heaven but thee? and there is none upon earth that I desire beside thee. 26My flesh and my heart faileth: but God is the strength of my heart, and my portion for ever.strength: Heb. rock 27For, lo, they that are far from thee shall perish: thou hast destroyed all them that go a whoring from thee. 28But it is good for me to draw near to God: I have put my trust in the Lord God, that I may declare all thy works. (Psalms 73 KJV)

Example: Psalm 97 and Levi

The tribe of Levi were the keepers of the Tabernacle, and by their location were most able to observe at least the outward workings of the functions of this tent. The Levites were not to be counted in national census', because they were not to take part in fighting wars.

That Lost Tribe became the modern Confederation of the Helvetti, popularly known as the Swiss. (Who also are neutral...)

Note that the name, Helvetti, can be easily mapped to the Hebrew word by dropping vowels, HLVTT, and the first letter, "H" simply means "tHe" in Hebrew. So Helvetti is "tHe-LeViTes."

The Levites were also keepers of God's government which is figuratively in scripture called a mountain and the Swiss are of course living now in the Swiss Alps. This ancient feature of the Levites shows up in affiliated scripture with synonyms to mountain, including rock, hill, island and so on.

The associated Psalm deals directly with various aspects of the the tribe of Levi.

1The LORD reigns, let the earth be glad; let the distant shores rejoice. 2Clouds and thick darkness surround him; righteousness and justice are the foundation of his throne. 3Fire goes before him and consumes his foes on every side. 4His lightning lights up the world; the earth sees and trembles. 5The mountains melt like wax before the LORD, before the Lord of all the earth. 6The heavens proclaim his righteousness, and all the peoples see his glory. 7All who worship images are put to shame, those who boast in idols -- worship him, all you gods! 8Zion hears and rejoices and the villages of Judah are glad because of your judgments, O LORD. 9For you, O LORD, are the Most High over all the earth; you are exalted far above all gods. 10Let those who love the LORD hate evil, for he guards the lives of his faithful ones and delivers them from the hand of the wicked. 11Light is shed upon the righteous and joy on the upright in heart. 12Rejoice in the LORD, you who are righteous, and praise his holy name. (Psalms 97 NIV)

1The Lord reigneth; let the earth rejoice; let the multitude of isles be glad thereof.multitude…: Heb. many, or, great isles 2Clouds and darkness are round about him: righteousness and judgment are the habitation of his throne.habitation: or, establishment 3A fire goeth before him, and burneth up his enemies round about. 4His lightnings enlightened the world: the earth saw, and trembled. 5The hills melted like wax at the presence of the Lord, at the presence of the Lord of the whole earth. 6The heavens declare his righteousness, and all the people see his glory. 7Confounded be all they that serve graven images, that boast themselves of idols: worship him, all ye gods.

8Zion heard, and was glad; and the daughters of Judah rejoiced because of thy judgments, O Lord. 9For thou, Lord, art high above all the earth: thou art exalted far above all gods. 10Ye that love the Lord, hate evil: he preserveth the souls of his saints; he delivereth them out of the hand of the wicked. 11Light is sown for the righteous, and gladness for the upright in heart. 12Rejoice in the Lord, ye righteous; and give thanks at the remembrance of his holiness.at…: or, to the memorial (Psalms 97 KJV)

1FEYahvah reigns. Let the land rejoice. Let the multitude of islands be glad. 2Clouds and darkness are around him. Righteousness and judgment are the foundation of his throne. 3Fire goes before him, and burns up his enemies all around. 4His lightnings enlightened the world; the land saw and trembled. 5The hills melted like wax at the presence of Yahvah at the presence of the sovereign of the whole land.

6The skies declare his righteousness, and all the people see his glory. 7Confounded are all those who serve graven images that boast themselves of idols. Bow to him all gods.

8Zion heard and was glad, and the daughters of Judah rejoiced because of your judgments Yahvah. 9For you Yahvah are high above all the land. You are exalted far above all gods.

10You who love Yahvah hate evil. He preserves the souls of his pious ones. He delivers them out of the hand of the wicked. 11Light shone for the righteous, and gladness for the upright in heart. 12Rejoice in Yahvah you righteous, and give thanks at the remembrance of his holiness. (Psalms 97 BRB)

Example: Psalm 133 and Joseph

Joseph, of course, was written out of the will by Jacob, and his 2 sons replaced him. The seal date will end up on the Lend Lease Treaty between the United States and the United Kingdom, the 2 sons of Joseph, Ephraim and Manasseh.

The question, though, if this affiliated Pslam has any content that would apply to Joseph. It does. Here's the Psalm.

אALEPH

בBETH

גGIMEL

דDALETH

הHE

וVAU

זZAIN

חCHETH

טTETH

יJOD

כCAPH

לLAMED

מMEM

נNUN

סSAMECH

עAIN

פPE

צTZADDI

קKOPH

רRESH

שSCHIN

תTAU

0A Song of degrees of David.

1Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity!together…: Heb. even together 2It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down upon the beard, even Aaron's beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments; 3As the dew of Hermon, and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. (Psalms 133 KJV)

1FEHow good and how pleasant it is for brothers to live together in unity. 2It is like the precious ointment on the head and on the beard, even Aaron's beard that went down to the collar of his robe, 3like the dew of Hermon that falls on the mount of Zion, for there Yahvah commanded the blessing, even life forever. (Psalms 133 BRB)

Aleph

Beth

Gimel

Daleth

He

Waw

Zayin

Heth

Teth

Yodh

Kaph

Lamedh

Mem

Nun

Samekh

Ayin

Pe

Tsadhe

Qoph

Resh

Sin and Shin

Taw

0A song of ascents. Of David. 1How good and pleasant it is when brothers live together in unity! 2It is like precious oil poured on the head, running down on the beard, running down on Aaron's beard, down upon the collar of his robes. 3It is as if the dew of Hermon were falling on Mount Zion. For there the LORD bestows his blessing, even life forevermore. (Psalms 133 NIV)

There are a tremendous amount of things that could be said about this Psalm. But at the most basic level the question is this: Is there any content that would apply to Joseph or his 2 sons?

Yes. Joseph's sons are 2 brothers who would indeed dwell together in unity, and their eventual headline will be a treaty of friendship.

Example: Psalm 145 and Benjamin

Benjamin was the tribe destroyed in a Holocaust, and becomes the Jewish people, and nation of Israel, today. We will explore them more fully later. The affiliated Psalm deals quite specifically with their redemptive call which was to bear witness to the Hebrew Scriptures and the God who is documented therein. The associated Psalm picks right up on those themes.

Aleph

Beth

Gimel

Daleth

He

Waw

Zayin

Heth

Teth

Yodh

Kaph

Lamedh

Mem

Nun

Samekh

Ayin

Pe

Tsadhe

Qoph

Resh

Sin and Shin

Taw

0A psalm of praise. Of David. 1I will exalt you, my God the King; I will praise your name for ever and ever. 2Every day I will praise you and extol your name for ever and ever. 3Great is the LORD and most worthy of praise; his greatness no one can fathom. 4One generation will commend your works to another; they will tell of your mighty acts. 5They will speak of the glorious splendor of your majesty, and I will meditate on your wonderful works. 6They will tell of the power of your awesome works, and I will proclaim your great deeds. 7They will celebrate your abundant goodness and joyfully sing of your righteousness. 8The LORD is gracious and compassionate, slow to anger and rich in love. 9The LORD is good to all; he has compassion on all he has made. 10All you have made will praise you, O LORD; your saints will extol you. 11They will tell of the glory of your kingdom and speak of your might, 12so that all men may know of your mighty acts and the glorious splendor of your kingdom. 13Your kingdom is an everlasting kingdom, and your dominion endures through all generations. The LORD is faithful to all his promises and loving toward all he has made. 14The LORD upholds all those who fall and lifts up all who are bowed down. 15The eyes of all look to you, and you give them their food at the proper time. 16You open your hand and satisfy the desires of every living thing. 17The LORD is righteous in all his ways and loving toward all he has made. 18The LORD is near to all who call on him, to all who call on him in truth. 19He fulfills the desires of those who fear him; he hears their cry and saves them. 20The LORD watches over all who love him, but all the wicked he will destroy. 21My mouth will speak in praise of the LORD. Let every creature praise his holy name for ever and ever. (Psalms 145 NIV)

אALEPH

בBETH

גGIMEL

דDALETH

הHE

וVAU

זZAIN

חCHETH

טTETH

יJOD

כCAPH

לLAMED

מMEM

נNUN

סSAMECH

עAIN

פPE

צTZADDI

קKOPH

רRESH

שSCHIN

תTAU

0David's Psalm of praise.

1I will extol thee, my God, O king; and I will bless thy name for ever and ever. 2Every day will I bless thee; and I will praise thy name for ever and ever. 3Great is the Lord, and greatly to be praised; and his greatness is unsearchable.and his…: Heb. and of his greatness there is no search 4One generation shall praise thy works to another, and shall declare thy mighty acts. 5I will speak of the glorious honour of thy majesty, and of thy wondrous works.works: Heb. things, or, words 6And men shall speak of the might of thy terrible acts: and I will declare thy greatness.declare: Heb. declare it 7They shall abundantly utter the memory of thy great goodness, and shall sing of thy righteousness. 8The Lord is gracious, and full of compassion; slow to anger, and of great mercy.of great…: Heb. great in mercy 9The Lord is good to all: and his tender mercies are over all his works.

10All thy works shall praise thee, O Lord; and thy saints shall bless thee. 11They shall speak of the glory of thy kingdom, and talk of thy power; 12To make known to the sons of men his mighty acts, and the glorious majesty of his kingdom. 13Thy kingdom is an everlasting kingdom, and thy dominion endureth throughout all generations.an…: Heb. a kingdom of all ages 14The Lord upholdeth all that fall, and raiseth up all those that be bowed down. 15The eyes of all wait upon thee; and thou givest them their meat in due season.wait…: or, look unto 16Thou openest thine hand, and satisfiest the desire of every living thing. 17The Lord is righteous in all his ways, and holy in all his works.holy: or, merciful, or, bountiful 18The Lord is nigh unto all them that call upon him, to all that call upon him in truth. 19He will fulfil the desire of them that fear him: he also will hear their cry, and will save them. 20The Lord preserveth all them that love him: but all the wicked will he destroy. 21My mouth shall speak the praise of the Lord: and let all flesh bless his holy name for ever and ever. (Psalms 145 KJV)

1FEI will extol you my master the king, and I will bless your name forever and ever. 2Every day I will bless you, and I will praise your name forever and ever. 3Great is Yahvah and greatly to be praised, and his greatness is unsearchable.

41 generation will tell your works to another, and will declare your mighty acts. 5I will speak of the glorious honor of your majesty, and of your wondrous works. 6Men will speak of the might of your wonderful acts, and I will declare your greatness. 7They will abundantly utter the memory of your great goodness; your righteous will seek and will find it.

8Yahvah is favorful, and full of mercy, slow to anger, and of great kindness. 9Yahvah is good to all, and his tender mercies are over all his servants.

10All your servants will give you thanks Yahvah, and your pious ones will praise you. 11They will speak of the glory of your kingdom, and talk of your power 12to make known to the children of men your might, and the glorious majesty of your kingdom. 13Your kingdom is an everlasting kingdom, and your dominion endures throughout all generations. Yahvah is faithful in his words, and righteous in all his works. 14Yahvah upholds all who fall, and raises up all who are bowed down. 15The eyes of all wait on you, and you give them their food in due season. 16You open your hand and satisfy the desire of every living thing. 17Yahvah is righteous in all his ways, and merciful in all his works. 18Yahvah is near to all who call on him, to all who call on him in truth. 19He will fulfill the desire of those who worship him. He will also hear their cry and will save them. 20Yahvah preserves all who love him, but all the wicked he will destroy.

21My mouth will speak the praise of Yahvah. Let all flesh bless his holy name forever and ever. (Psalms 145 BRB)

Psalms to Modern Dates

A previous article explained how there were Seal Dates associated with each of the Seals from Revelation chapter 7. Those dates are 12,000 days apart and cross the past 400 years in modern world history.

We've also shown here how there is a map between the various Psalms and the tribes that go with each seal. Some of that association is rather dramatic, and confirms the map, others informs on the associated tribes themselves.

The question that remains: Does the time component suggested by the Seals carry over to the Psalms? If so, then the Psalms are 1000 days apart, and begin with the unmentioned Seal Date for Dan, and then continue from there throughout much of the rest of modern history.

Of course they do. what remains is simply the leg work of showing it. To start we need the exact dates. Here's a date report for those dates.

Dates for Each Psalm
Psalm 1
Tue12570-03-23 AA16 Oct 1579 NS6 Oct 2332 AUC4585223 AAN
3070-03-23 FE6 Oct 1579 OS6 Oct 1579 AD2298066 JDN
Psalm 2
Mon12572-12-03 AA12 Jul 1582 NS2 Jul 2335 AUC4586223 AAN
3072-12-03 FE2 Jul 1582 OS2 Jul 1582 AD2299066 JDN
Psalm 3
Sun12575-09-13 AA7 Apr 1585 NS28 Mar 2338 AUC4587223 AAN
3075-09-13 FE28 Mar 1585 OS28 Mar 1585 AD2300066 JDN
Psalm 4
Sat12578-06-23 AA2 Jan 1588 NS23 Dec 2340 AUC4588223 AAN
3078-06-23 FE23 Dec 1587 OS23 Dec 1587 AD2301066 JDN
Psalm 5
Fri12581-03-03 AA28 Sep 1590 NS18 Sep 2343 AUC4589223 AAN
3081-03-03 FE18 Sep 1590 OS18 Sep 1590 AD2302066 JDN
Psalm 6
Thu12583-12-13 AA24 Jun 1593 NS14 Jun 2346 AUC4590223 AAN
3083-12-13 FE14 Jun 1593 OS14 Jun 1593 AD2303066 JDN
Psalm 7
Wed12586-08-23 AA20 Mar 1596 NS10 Mar 2349 AUC4591223 AAN
3086-08-23 FE10 Mar 1595 OS10 Mar 1596 AD2304066 JDN
Psalm 8
Tue12589-06-03 AA15 Dec 1598 NS5 Dec 2351 AUC4592223 AAN
3089-06-03 FE5 Dec 1598 OS5 Dec 1598 AD2305066 JDN
Psalm 9
Mon12592-03-13 AA10 Sep 1601 NS31 Aug 2354 AUC4593223 AAN
3092-03-13 FE31 Aug 1601 OS31 Aug 1601 AD2306066 JDN
Psalm 10
Sun12594-11-23 AA6 Jun 1604 NS27 May 2357 AUC4594223 AAN
3094-11-23 FE27 May 1604 OS27 May 1604 AD2307066 JDN
Psalm 11
Sat12597-09-03 AA3 Mar 1607 NS21 Feb 2360 AUC4595223 AAN
3097-09-03 FE21 Feb 1606 OS21 Feb 1607 AD2308066 JDN
Psalm 12
Fri12600-05-13 AA27 Nov 1609 NS17 Nov 2362 AUC4596223 AAN
3100-05-13 FE17 Nov 1609 OS17 Nov 1609 AD2309066 JDN
Psalm 13
Thu12603-01-23 AA23 Aug 1612 NS13 Aug 2365 AUC4597223 AAN
3103-01-23 FE13 Aug 1612 OS13 Aug 1612 AD2310066 JDN
Psalm 14
Wed12605-11-03 AA20 May 1615 NS10 May 2368 AUC4598223 AAN
3105-11-03 FE10 May 1615 OS10 May 1615 AD2311066 JDN
Psalm 15
Tue12608-07-13 AA13 Feb 1618 NS3 Feb 2371 AUC4599223 AAN
3108-07-13 FE3 Feb 1617 OS3 Feb 1618 AD2312066 JDN
Psalm 16
Mon12611-04-23 AA9 Nov 1620 NS30 Oct 2373 AUC4600223 AAN
3111-04-23 FE30 Oct 1620 OS30 Oct 1620 AD2313066 JDN
Psalm 17
Sun12614-02-03 AA6 Aug 1623 NS27 Jul 2376 AUC4601223 AAN
3114-02-03 FE27 Jul 1623 OS27 Jul 1623 AD2314066 JDN
Psalm 18
Sat12616-10-13 AA2 May 1626 NS22 Apr 2379 AUC4602223 AAN
3116-10-13 FE22 Apr 1626 OS22 Apr 1626 AD2315066 JDN
Psalm 19
Fri12619-07-23 AA26 Jan 1629 NS16 Jan 2382 AUC4603223 AAN
3119-07-23 FE16 Jan 1628 OS16 Jan 1629 AD2316066 JDN
Psalm 20
Thu12622-04-03 AA23 Oct 1631 NS13 Oct 2384 AUC4604223 AAN
3122-04-03 FE13 Oct 1631 OS13 Oct 1631 AD2317066 JDN
Psalm 21
Wed12625-01-13 AA19 Jul 1634 NS9 Jul 2387 AUC4605223 AAN
3125-01-13 FE9 Jul 1634 OS9 Jul 1634 AD2318066 JDN
Psalm 22
Tue12627-10-23 AA14 Apr 1637 NS4 Apr 2390 AUC4606223 AAN
3127-10-23 FE4 Apr 1637 OS4 Apr 1637 AD2319066 JDN
Psalm 23
Mon12630-07-03 AA9 Jan 1640 NS30 Dec 2392 AUC4607223 AAN
3130-07-03 FE30 Dec 1639 OS30 Dec 1639 AD2320066 JDN
Psalm 24
Sun12633-04-13 AA5 Oct 1642 NS25 Sep 2395 AUC4608223 AAN
3133-04-13 FE25 Sep 1642 OS25 Sep 1642 AD2321066 JDN
Psalm 25
Sat12635-13-23 AA1 Jul 1645 NS21 Jun 2398 AUC4609223 AAN
3135-13-23 FE21 Jun 1645 OS21 Jun 1645 AD2322066 JDN
Psalm 26
Fri12638-10-03 AA27 Mar 1648 NS17 Mar 2401 AUC4610223 AAN
3138-10-03 FE17 Mar 1647 OS17 Mar 1648 AD2323066 JDN
Psalm 27
Thu12641-07-13 AA22 Dec 1650 NS12 Dec 2403 AUC4611223 AAN
3141-07-13 FE12 Dec 1650 OS12 Dec 1650 AD2324066 JDN
Psalm 28
Wed12644-03-23 AA17 Sep 1653 NS7 Sep 2406 AUC4612223 AAN
3144-03-23 FE7 Sep 1653 OS7 Sep 1653 AD2325066 JDN
Psalm 29
Tue12647-01-03 AA13 Jun 1656 NS3 Jun 2409 AUC4613223 AAN
3147-01-03 FE3 Jun 1656 OS3 Jun 1656 AD2326066 JDN
Psalm 30
Mon12649-10-13 AA10 Mar 1659 NS28 Feb 2412 AUC4614223 AAN
3149-10-13 FE28 Feb 1658 OS28 Feb 1659 AD2327066 JDN
Psalm 31
Sun12652-05-23 AA4 Dec 1661 NS24 Nov 2414 AUC4615223 AAN
3152-05-23 FE24 Nov 1661 OS24 Nov 1661 AD2328066 JDN
Psalm 32
Sat12655-03-03 AA30 Aug 1664 NS20 Aug 2417 AUC4616223 AAN
3155-03-03 FE20 Aug 1664 OS20 Aug 1664 AD2329066 JDN
Psalm 33
Fri12657-12-13 AA27 May 1667 NS17 May 2420 AUC4617223 AAN
3157-12-13 FE17 May 1667 OS17 May 1667 AD2330066 JDN
Psalm 34
Thu12660-08-23 AA20 Feb 1670 NS10 Feb 2423 AUC4618223 AAN
3160-08-23 FE10 Feb 1669 OS10 Feb 1670 AD2331066 JDN
Psalm 35
Wed12663-06-03 AA16 Nov 1672 NS6 Nov 2425 AUC4619223 AAN
3163-06-03 FE6 Nov 1672 OS6 Nov 1672 AD2332066 JDN
Psalm 36
Tue12666-02-13 AA13 Aug 1675 NS3 Aug 2428 AUC4620223 AAN
3166-02-13 FE3 Aug 1675 OS3 Aug 1675 AD2333066 JDN
Psalm 37
Mon12668-11-23 AA9 May 1678 NS29 Apr 2431 AUC4621223 AAN
3168-11-23 FE29 Apr 1678 OS29 Apr 1678 AD2334066 JDN
Psalm 38
Sun12671-09-03 AA2 Feb 1681 NS23 Jan 2434 AUC4622223 AAN
3171-09-03 FE23 Jan 1680 OS23 Jan 1681 AD2335066 JDN
Psalm 39
Sat12674-05-13 AA30 Oct 1683 NS20 Oct 2436 AUC4623223 AAN
3174-05-13 FE20 Oct 1683 OS20 Oct 1683 AD2336066 JDN
Psalm 40
Fri12677-02-23 AA26 Jul 1686 NS16 Jul 2439 AUC4624223 AAN
3177-02-23 FE16 Jul 1686 OS16 Jul 1686 AD2337066 JDN
Psalm 41
Thu12679-11-03 AA21 Apr 1689 NS11 Apr 2442 AUC4625223 AAN
3179-11-03 FE11 Apr 1689 OS11 Apr 1689 AD2338066 JDN
Psalm 42
Wed12682-08-13 AA16 Jan 1692 NS6 Jan 2445 AUC4626223 AAN
3182-08-13 FE6 Jan 1691 OS6 Jan 1692 AD2339066 JDN
Psalm 43
Tue12685-05-23 AA12 Oct 1694 NS2 Oct 2447 AUC4627223 AAN
3185-05-23 FE2 Oct 1694 OS2 Oct 1694 AD2340066 JDN
Psalm 44
Mon12688-02-03 AA8 Jul 1697 NS28 Jun 2450 AUC4628223 AAN
3188-02-03 FE28 Jun 1697 OS28 Jun 1697 AD2341066 JDN
Psalm 45
Sun12690-11-13 AA4 Apr 1700 NS24 Mar 2453 AUC4629223 AAN
3190-11-13 FE24 Mar 1699 OS24 Mar 1700 AD2342066 JDN
Psalm 46
Sat12693-07-23 AA30 Dec 1702 NS19 Dec 2455 AUC4630223 AAN
3193-07-23 FE19 Dec 1702 OS19 Dec 1702 AD2343066 JDN
Psalm 47
Fri12696-05-03 AA25 Sep 1705 NS14 Sep 2458 AUC4631223 AAN
3196-05-03 FE14 Sep 1705 OS14 Sep 1705 AD2344066 JDN
Psalm 48
Thu12699-02-13 AA21 Jun 1708 NS10 Jun 2461 AUC4632223 AAN
3199-02-13 FE10 Jun 1708 OS10 Jun 1708 AD2345066 JDN
Psalm 49
Wed12701-09-23 AA18 Mar 1711 NS7 Mar 2464 AUC4633223 AAN
3201-09-23 FE7 Mar 1710 OS7 Mar 1711 AD2346066 JDN
Psalm 50
Tue12704-07-03 AA12 Dec 1713 NS1 Dec 2466 AUC4634223 AAN
3204-07-03 FE1 Dec 1713 OS1 Dec 1713 AD2347066 JDN
Psalm 51
Mon12707-04-13 AA7 Sep 1716 NS27 Aug 2469 AUC4635223 AAN
3207-04-13 FE27 Aug 1716 OS27 Aug 1716 AD2348066 JDN
Psalm 52
Sun12709-12-23 AA4 Jun 1719 NS24 May 2472 AUC4636223 AAN
3209-12-23 FE24 May 1719 OS24 May 1719 AD2349066 JDN
Psalm 53
Sat12712-10-03 AA28 Feb 1722 NS17 Feb 2475 AUC4637223 AAN
3212-10-03 FE17 Feb 1721 OS17 Feb 1722 AD2350066 JDN
Psalm 54
Fri12715-06-13 AA24 Nov 1724 NS13 Nov 2477 AUC4638223 AAN
3215-06-13 FE13 Nov 1724 OS13 Nov 1724 AD2351066 JDN
Psalm 55
Thu12718-03-23 AA21 Aug 1727 NS10 Aug 2480 AUC4639223 AAN
3218-03-23 FE10 Aug 1727 OS10 Aug 1727 AD2352066 JDN
Psalm 56
Wed12721-01-03 AA17 May 1730 NS6 May 2483 AUC4640223 AAN
3221-01-03 FE6 May 1730 OS6 May 1730 AD2353066 JDN
Psalm 57
Tue12723-09-13 AA10 Feb 1733 NS30 Jan 2486 AUC4641223 AAN
3223-09-13 FE30 Jan 1732 OS30 Jan 1733 AD2354066 JDN
Psalm 58
Mon12726-06-23 AA7 Nov 1735 NS27 Oct 2488 AUC4642223 AAN
3226-06-23 FE27 Oct 1735 OS27 Oct 1735 AD2355066 JDN
Psalm 59
Sun12729-03-03 AA3 Aug 1738 NS23 Jul 2491 AUC4643223 AAN
3229-03-03 FE23 Jul 1738 OS23 Jul 1738 AD2356066 JDN
Psalm 60
Sat12731-12-13 AA29 Apr 1741 NS18 Apr 2494 AUC4644223 AAN
3231-12-13 FE18 Apr 1741 OS18 Apr 1741 AD2357066 JDN
Psalm 61
Fri12734-09-23 AA24 Jan 1744 NS13 Jan 2497 AUC4645223 AAN
3234-09-23 FE13 Jan 1743 OS13 Jan 1744 AD2358066 JDN
Psalm 62
Thu12737-06-03 AA20 Oct 1746 NS9 Oct 2499 AUC4646223 AAN
3237-06-03 FE9 Oct 1746 OS9 Oct 1746 AD2359066 JDN
Psalm 63
Wed12740-03-13 AA16 Jul 1749 NS5 Jul 2502 AUC4647223 AAN
3240-03-13 FE5 Jul 1749 OS5 Jul 1749 AD2360066 JDN
Psalm 64
Tue12742-12-23 AA11 Apr 1752 NS31 Mar 2505 AUC4648223 AAN
3242-12-23 FE31 Mar 1752 OS31 Mar 1752 AD2361066 JDN
Psalm 65
Mon12745-09-03 AA6 Jan 1755 NS26 Dec 2507 AUC4649223 AAN
3245-09-03 FE26 Dec 1754 OS26 Dec 1754 AD2362066 JDN
Psalm 66
Sun12748-06-13 AA2 Oct 1757 NS21 Sep 2510 AUC4650223 AAN
3248-06-13 FE21 Sep 1757 OS21 Sep 1757 AD2363066 JDN
Psalm 67
Sat12751-01-23 AA28 Jun 1760 NS17 Jun 2513 AUC4651223 AAN
3251-01-23 FE17 Jun 1760 OS17 Jun 1760 AD2364066 JDN
Psalm 68
Fri12753-11-03 AA25 Mar 1763 NS14 Mar 2516 AUC4652223 AAN
3253-11-03 FE14 Mar 1762 OS14 Mar 1763 AD2365066 JDN
Psalm 69
Thu12756-08-13 AA19 Dec 1765 NS8 Dec 2518 AUC4653223 AAN
3256-08-13 FE8 Dec 1765 OS8 Dec 1765 AD2366066 JDN
Psalm 70
Wed12759-04-23 AA14 Sep 1768 NS3 Sep 2521 AUC4654223 AAN
3259-04-23 FE3 Sep 1768 OS3 Sep 1768 AD2367066 JDN
Psalm 71
Tue12762-02-03 AA11 Jun 1771 NS31 May 2524 AUC4655223 AAN
3262-02-03 FE31 May 1771 OS31 May 1771 AD2368066 JDN
Psalm 72
Mon12764-11-13 AA7 Mar 1774 NS24 Feb 2527 AUC4656223 AAN
3264-11-13 FE24 Feb 1773 OS24 Feb 1774 AD2369066 JDN
Psalm 73
Sun12767-07-23 AA1 Dec 1776 NS20 Nov 2529 AUC4657223 AAN
3267-07-23 FE20 Nov 1776 OS20 Nov 1776 AD2370066 JDN
Psalm 74
Sat12770-05-03 AA28 Aug 1779 NS17 Aug 2532 AUC4658223 AAN
3270-05-03 FE17 Aug 1779 OS17 Aug 1779 AD2371066 JDN
Psalm 75
Fri12773-01-13 AA24 May 1782 NS13 May 2535 AUC4659223 AAN
3273-01-13 FE13 May 1782 OS13 May 1782 AD2372066 JDN
Psalm 76
Thu12775-10-23 AA17 Feb 1785 NS6 Feb 2538 AUC4660223 AAN
3275-10-23 FE6 Feb 1784 OS6 Feb 1785 AD2373066 JDN
Psalm 77
Wed12778-08-03 AA14 Nov 1787 NS3 Nov 2540 AUC4661223 AAN
3278-08-03 FE3 Nov 1787 OS3 Nov 1787 AD2374066 JDN
Psalm 78
Tue12781-04-13 AA10 Aug 1790 NS30 Jul 2543 AUC4662223 AAN
3281-04-13 FE30 Jul 1790 OS30 Jul 1790 AD2375066 JDN
Psalm 79
Mon12784-01-23 AA6 May 1793 NS25 Apr 2546 AUC4663223 AAN
3284-01-23 FE25 Apr 1793 OS25 Apr 1793 AD2376066 JDN
Psalm 80
Sun12786-10-03 AA31 Jan 1796 NS20 Jan 2549 AUC4664223 AAN
3286-10-03 FE20 Jan 1795 OS20 Jan 1796 AD2377066 JDN
Psalm 81
Sat12789-07-13 AA27 Oct 1798 NS16 Oct 2551 AUC4665223 AAN
3289-07-13 FE16 Oct 1798 OS16 Oct 1798 AD2378066 JDN
Psalm 82
Fri12792-04-23 AA24 Jul 1801 NS12 Jul 2554 AUC4666223 AAN
3292-04-23 FE12 Jul 1801 OS12 Jul 1801 AD2379066 JDN
Psalm 83
Thu12795-01-03 AA19 Apr 1804 NS7 Apr 2557 AUC4667223 AAN
3295-01-03 FE7 Apr 1804 OS7 Apr 1804 AD2380066 JDN
Psalm 84
Wed12797-10-13 AA14 Jan 1807 NS2 Jan 2560 AUC4668223 AAN
3297-10-13 FE2 Jan 1806 OS2 Jan 1807 AD2381066 JDN
Psalm 85
Tue12800-06-23 AA10 Oct 1809 NS28 Sep 2562 AUC4669223 AAN
3300-06-23 FE28 Sep 1809 OS28 Sep 1809 AD2382066 JDN
Psalm 86
Mon12803-03-03 AA6 Jul 1812 NS24 Jun 2565 AUC4670223 AAN
3303-03-03 FE24 Jun 1812 OS24 Jun 1812 AD2383066 JDN
Psalm 87
Sun12805-12-13 AA2 Apr 1815 NS21 Mar 2568 AUC4671223 AAN
3305-12-13 FE21 Mar 1814 OS21 Mar 1815 AD2384066 JDN
Psalm 88
Sat12808-08-23 AA27 Dec 1817 NS15 Dec 2570 AUC4672223 AAN
3308-08-23 FE15 Dec 1817 OS15 Dec 1817 AD2385066 JDN
Psalm 89
Fri12811-06-03 AA22 Sep 1820 NS10 Sep 2573 AUC4673223 AAN
3311-06-03 FE10 Sep 1820 OS10 Sep 1820 AD2386066 JDN
Psalm 90
Thu12814-03-13 AA19 Jun 1823 NS7 Jun 2576 AUC4674223 AAN
3314-03-13 FE7 Jun 1823 OS7 Jun 1823 AD2387066 JDN
Psalm 91
Wed12816-11-23 AA15 Mar 1826 NS3 Mar 2579 AUC4675223 AAN
3316-11-23 FE3 Mar 1825 OS3 Mar 1826 AD2388066 JDN
Psalm 92
Tue12819-09-03 AA9 Dec 1828 NS27 Nov 2581 AUC4676223 AAN
3319-09-03 FE27 Nov 1828 OS27 Nov 1828 AD2389066 JDN
Psalm 93
Mon12822-05-13 AA5 Sep 1831 NS24 Aug 2584 AUC4677223 AAN
3322-05-13 FE24 Aug 1831 OS24 Aug 1831 AD2390066 JDN
Psalm 94
Sun12825-02-23 AA1 Jun 1834 NS20 May 2587 AUC4678223 AAN
3325-02-23 FE20 May 1834 OS20 May 1834 AD2391066 JDN
Psalm 95
Sat12827-12-03 AA25 Feb 1837 NS13 Feb 2590 AUC4679223 AAN
3327-12-03 FE13 Feb 1836 OS13 Feb 1837 AD2392066 JDN
Psalm 96
Fri12830-08-13 AA22 Nov 1839 NS10 Nov 2592 AUC4680223 AAN
3330-08-13 FE10 Nov 1839 OS10 Nov 1839 AD2393066 JDN
Psalm 97
Thu12833-05-23 AA18 Aug 1842 NS6 Aug 2595 AUC4681223 AAN
3333-05-23 FE6 Aug 1842 OS6 Aug 1842 AD2394066 JDN
Psalm 98
Wed12836-02-03 AA14 May 1845 NS2 May 2598 AUC4682223 AAN
3336-02-03 FE2 May 1845 OS2 May 1845 AD2395066 JDN
Psalm 99
Tue12838-11-13 AA8 Feb 1848 NS27 Jan 2601 AUC4683223 AAN
3338-11-13 FE27 Jan 1847 OS27 Jan 1848 AD2396066 JDN
Psalm 100
Mon12841-08-23 AA4 Nov 1850 NS23 Oct 2603 AUC4684223 AAN
3341-08-23 FE23 Oct 1850 OS23 Oct 1850 AD2397066 JDN
Psalm 101
Sun12844-05-03 AA31 Jul 1853 NS19 Jul 2606 AUC4685223 AAN
3344-05-03 FE19 Jul 1853 OS19 Jul 1853 AD2398066 JDN
Psalm 102
Sat12847-02-13 AA26 Apr 1856 NS14 Apr 2609 AUC4686223 AAN
3347-02-13 FE14 Apr 1856 OS14 Apr 1856 AD2399066 JDN
Psalm 103
Fri12849-11-23 AA21 Jan 1859 NS9 Jan 2612 AUC4687223 AAN
3349-11-23 FE9 Jan 1858 OS9 Jan 1859 AD2400066 JDN
Psalm 104
Thu12852-07-03 AA17 Oct 1861 NS5 Oct 2614 AUC4688223 AAN
3352-07-03 FE5 Oct 1861 OS5 Oct 1861 AD2401066 JDN
Psalm 105
Wed12855-04-13 AA13 Jul 1864 NS1 Jul 2617 AUC4689223 AAN
3355-04-13 FE1 Jul 1864 OS1 Jul 1864 AD2402066 JDN
Psalm 106
Tue12857-13-23 AA9 Apr 1867 NS28 Mar 2620 AUC4690223 AAN
3357-13-23 FE28 Mar 1867 OS28 Mar 1867 AD2403066 JDN
Psalm 107
Mon12860-10-03 AA3 Jan 1870 NS22 Dec 2622 AUC4691223 AAN
3360-10-03 FE22 Dec 1869 OS22 Dec 1869 AD2404066 JDN
Psalm 108
Sun12863-07-13 AA29 Sep 1872 NS17 Sep 2625 AUC4692223 AAN
3363-07-13 FE17 Sep 1872 OS17 Sep 1872 AD2405066 JDN
Psalm 109
Sat12866-03-23 AA26 Jun 1875 NS14 Jun 2628 AUC4693223 AAN
3366-03-23 FE14 Jun 1875 OS14 Jun 1875 AD2406066 JDN
Psalm 110
Fri12869-01-03 AA22 Mar 1878 NS10 Mar 2631 AUC4694223 AAN
3369-01-03 FE10 Mar 1877 OS10 Mar 1878 AD2407066 JDN
Psalm 111
Thu12871-10-13 AA16 Dec 1880 NS4 Dec 2633 AUC4695223 AAN
3371-10-13 FE4 Dec 1880 OS4 Dec 1880 AD2408066 JDN
Psalm 112
Wed12874-06-23 AA12 Sep 1883 NS31 Aug 2636 AUC4696223 AAN
3374-06-23 FE31 Aug 1883 OS31 Aug 1883 AD2409066 JDN
Psalm 113
Tue12877-04-03 AA8 Jun 1886 NS27 May 2639 AUC4697223 AAN
3377-04-03 FE27 May 1886 OS27 May 1886 AD2410066 JDN
Psalm 114
Mon12879-12-13 AA4 Mar 1889 NS20 Feb 2642 AUC4698223 AAN
3379-12-13 FE20 Feb 1888 OS20 Feb 1889 AD2411066 JDN
Psalm 115
Sun12882-09-23 AA29 Nov 1891 NS17 Nov 2644 AUC4699223 AAN
3382-09-23 FE17 Nov 1891 OS17 Nov 1891 AD2412066 JDN
Psalm 116
Sat12885-07-03 AA25 Aug 1894 NS13 Aug 2647 AUC4700223 AAN
3385-07-03 FE13 Aug 1894 OS13 Aug 1894 AD2413066 JDN
Psalm 117
Fri12888-03-13 AA21 May 1897 NS9 May 2650 AUC4701223 AAN
3388-03-13 FE9 May 1897 OS9 May 1897 AD2414066 JDN
Psalm 118
Thu12890-12-23 AA15 Feb 1900 NS3 Feb 2653 AUC4702223 AAN
3390-12-23 FE3 Feb 1899 OS3 Feb 1900 AD2415066 JDN
Psalm 119
Wed12893-09-03 AA12 Nov 1902 NS30 Oct 2655 AUC4703223 AAN
3393-09-03 FE30 Oct 1902 OS30 Oct 1902 AD2416066 JDN
Psalm 120
Tue12896-06-13 AA8 Aug 1905 NS26 Jul 2658 AUC4704223 AAN
3396-06-13 FE26 Jul 1905 OS26 Jul 1905 AD2417066 JDN
Psalm 121
Mon12899-03-23 AA4 May 1908 NS21 Apr 2661 AUC4705223 AAN
3399-03-23 FE21 Apr 1908 OS21 Apr 1908 AD2418066 JDN
Psalm 122
Sun12901-11-03 AA29 Jan 1911 NS16 Jan 2664 AUC4706223 AAN
3401-11-03 FE16 Jan 1910 OS16 Jan 1911 AD2419066 JDN
Psalm 123
Sat12904-08-13 AA25 Oct 1913 NS12 Oct 2666 AUC4707223 AAN
3404-08-13 FE12 Oct 1913 OS12 Oct 1913 AD2420066 JDN
Psalm 124
Fri12907-05-23 AA21 Jul 1916 NS8 Jul 2669 AUC4708223 AAN
3407-05-23 FE8 Jul 1916 OS8 Jul 1916 AD2421066 JDN
Psalm 125
Thu12910-02-03 AA17 Apr 1919 NS4 Apr 2672 AUC4709223 AAN
3410-02-03 FE4 Apr 1919 OS4 Apr 1919 AD2422066 JDN
Psalm 126
Wed12912-11-13 AA11 Jan 1922 NS29 Dec 2674 AUC4710223 AAN
3412-11-13 FE29 Dec 1921 OS29 Dec 1921 AD2423066 JDN
Psalm 127
Tue12915-07-23 AA7 Oct 1924 NS24 Sep 2677 AUC4711223 AAN
3415-07-23 FE24 Sep 1924 OS24 Sep 1924 AD2424066 JDN
Psalm 128
Mon12918-05-03 AA4 Jul 1927 NS21 Jun 2680 AUC4712223 AAN
3418-05-03 FE21 Jun 1927 OS21 Jun 1927 AD2425066 JDN
Psalm 129
Sun12921-02-13 AA30 Mar 1930 NS17 Mar 2683 AUC4713223 AAN
3421-02-13 FE17 Mar 1929 OS17 Mar 1930 AD2426066 JDN
Psalm 130
Sat12923-10-23 AA24 Dec 1932 NS11 Dec 2685 AUC4714223 AAN
3423-10-23 FE11 Dec 1932 OS11 Dec 1932 AD2427066 JDN
Psalm 131
Fri12926-08-03 AA20 Sep 1935 NS7 Sep 2688 AUC4715223 AAN
3426-08-03 FE7 Sep 1935 OS7 Sep 1935 AD2428066 JDN
Psalm 132
Thu12929-04-13 AA16 Jun 1938 NS3 Jun 2691 AUC4716223 AAN
3429-04-13 FE3 Jun 1938 OS3 Jun 1938 AD2429066 JDN
Psalm 133
Wed12932-01-23 AA12 Mar 1941 NS27 Feb 2694 AUC4717223 AAN
3432-01-23 FE27 Feb 1940 OS27 Feb 1941 AD2430066 JDN
Psalm 134
Tue12934-11-03 AA7 Dec 1943 NS24 Nov 2696 AUC4718223 AAN
3434-11-03 FE24 Nov 1943 OS24 Nov 1943 AD2431066 JDN
Psalm 135
Mon12937-07-13 AA2 Sep 1946 NS20 Aug 2699 AUC4719223 AAN
3437-07-13 FE20 Aug 1946 OS20 Aug 1946 AD2432066 JDN
Psalm 136
Sun12940-04-23 AA29 May 1949 NS16 May 2702 AUC4720223 AAN
3440-04-23 FE16 May 1949 OS16 May 1949 AD2433066 JDN
Psalm 137
Sat12943-01-03 AA23 Feb 1952 NS10 Feb 2705 AUC4721223 AAN
3443-01-03 FE10 Feb 1951 OS10 Feb 1952 AD2434066 JDN
Psalm 138
Fri12945-10-13 AA19 Nov 1954 NS6 Nov 2707 AUC4722223 AAN
3445-10-13 FE6 Nov 1954 OS6 Nov 1954 AD2435066 JDN
Psalm 139
Thu12948-07-23 AA15 Aug 1957 NS2 Aug 2710 AUC4723223 AAN
3448-07-23 FE2 Aug 1957 OS2 Aug 1957 AD2436066 JDN
Psalm 140
Wed12951-03-03 AA11 May 1960 NS28 Apr 2713 AUC4724223 AAN
3451-03-03 FE28 Apr 1960 OS28 Apr 1960 AD2437066 JDN
Psalm 141
Tue12953-12-13 AA5 Feb 1963 NS23 Jan 2716 AUC4725223 AAN
3453-12-13 FE23 Jan 1962 OS23 Jan 1963 AD2438066 JDN
Psalm 142
Mon12956-09-23 AA1 Nov 1965 NS19 Oct 2718 AUC4726223 AAN
3456-09-23 FE19 Oct 1965 OS19 Oct 1965 AD2439066 JDN
Psalm 143
Sun12959-06-03 AA28 Jul 1968 NS15 Jul 2721 AUC4727223 AAN
3459-06-03 FE15 Jul 1968 OS15 Jul 1968 AD2440066 JDN
Psalm 144
Sat12962-03-13 AA24 Apr 1971 NS11 Apr 2724 AUC4728223 AAN
3462-03-13 FE11 Apr 1971 OS11 Apr 1971 AD2441066 JDN
Psalm 145
Fri12964-12-23 AA18 Jan 1974 NS5 Jan 2727 AUC4729223 AAN
3464-12-23 FE5 Jan 1973 OS5 Jan 1974 AD2442066 JDN
Psalm 146
Thu12967-09-03 AA14 Oct 1976 NS1 Oct 2729 AUC4730223 AAN
3467-09-03 FE1 Oct 1976 OS1 Oct 1976 AD2443066 JDN
Psalm 147
Wed12970-06-13 AA11 Jul 1979 NS28 Jun 2732 AUC4731223 AAN
3470-06-13 FE28 Jun 1979 OS28 Jun 1979 AD2444066 JDN
Psalm 148
Tue12973-02-23 AA6 Apr 1982 NS24 Mar 2735 AUC4732223 AAN
3473-02-23 FE24 Mar 1981 OS24 Mar 1982 AD2445066 JDN
Psalm 149
Mon12975-12-03 AA31 Dec 1984 NS18 Dec 2737 AUC4733223 AAN
3475-12-03 FE18 Dec 1984 OS18 Dec 1984 AD2446066 JDN
Psalm 150
Sun12978-09-13 AA27 Sep 1987 NS14 Sep 2740 AUC4734223 AAN
3478-09-13 FE14 Sep 1987 OS14 Sep 1987 AD2447066 JDN

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