‘Harbinger’ Author Reveals Prophetic Seven-Year Biblical Pattern in America’s History


The Shemitah

Do the Sabbath years coincide with important American events? (Flickr/Loco Steve)

‘Harbinger’ Author Reveals Prophetic Seven-Year Biblical Pattern in America’s History

Charisma News

Best-selling author Jonathan Cahn is releasing a mind-blowing new book that delves deeper into one of the primary mysteries of the New York Times best-seller The Harbinger. Titled The Mystery of the Shemitah, this insightful book gives readers essential information about the biblical patterns and prophesies that are revealing themselves in America today.

In The Harbinger, Jonathan Cahn introduced readers to the Shemitah and how it related to the 9/11 attacks and the collapses that America experienced in 2001 and 2008. The Shemitah (shmee-TA), or Sabbath year, is the seventh year of the seven-year agricultural cycle mandated by the Torah for the land of Israel. Understanding this seven-year pattern is essential for understanding the prophecies and mysteries of the Bible that are still applicable today.

But that isn’t where it ends. In The Mystery of the Shemitah (September 2014) Cahn reveals his research on patterns throughout the history of America that line up with the Shemitah. Readers will discover:

  • How the Great Depression and other economic events fit into the Shemitah
  • How the pattern of sevens predicted 9/11 to the exact hour
  • How the World Trade Center was conceived, started, finished, and destroyed in Shemitah years
  • How the rise—and possibly the fall—of America can be linked to the year of the Shemitah

With more than 1.6 million copies sold and over 110 weeks on the New York Times best-seller list, The Harbinger has been a publishing phenomenon. Published on January 3, 2012, The Harbinger debuted on the New York Times best-seller list on its first week of release. Maintaining momentum through media appearances, enthusiastic readership and even a viral video taken at the 2013 Presidential Inaugural Prayer Breakfast which was viewed more than 500,000 times, Cahn’s first book has become a catalyst for spiritual growth and part of national discourse in the United States.