THE MOSAIC SYSTEM OF CHRONOLOGY.

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The Mosaic System of Chronology (see Forms 1 and 2) calls for thirty-three epochs in the grand lapse from the beginning of the creation to the end of time, which are apportioned as follows:

Space 1. To the first creative day.

Space 2. To the second creative day.

Space 3. To the third creative day.

Space 4. To the fourth creative day.

Space 5. To the fifth creative day.

Space 6. To the sixth creative day from the beginning thereof to the beginning of the Pre-Euphratic Era, and hence to the beginning of the Euphratic age.

Space 7. To the first division of the Pre-Euphratic Era, and hence to the first division of the Euphratic age.

Space 8. To the second division of the Pre-Euphratic Era, and hence to the second division of the Euphratic age.

Space 9. To the third division of the Euphratic age, or from the creation of the Euphratic race to the dividing in the midst thereof.

Space 10. To the fourth division of the Euphratic age, or from the dividing in the midst thereof down to the destruction at the end thereof.

Space 11. To the first semidivision of the Hiddekelic age.

Space 12. To the second semidivision of the Hiddekelic age.

Space 13. To the first semidivision of the Gihonic age.

Space 14. To the second semidivision of the Gihonic age.

Space 15. To the first division of the Pisonic age, or to the overlap of the Gihonic and Pisonic ages.

Space 16. To the second division of the Pisonic age, or to the epoch of replenishment subsequent to the Deluge of Noah.

Space 17. To the Messianic Epoch.

Space 18. To the Judgmental Era. (<<== We are here.)

Space 19. To the Thousand Years' Era.

Space 20. To the Era of Destruction.

Space 21. To the Pre-Euphratic Era as a whole.

Space 22. To the first semidivision of the Euphratic age as a whole.

Space 23. To the first half of the Pisonic age.

Space 24. To the second half of the Pisonic age.

Space 25. To the Euphratic or First age of man as a whole.

Space 26. To the Hiddekelic or Second age of man as a whole.

Space 27. To the Gihonic or Third age of man as a whole.

Space 28. To the Pisonic or Fourth age of man as a whole.

Space 29. To the creative days from the beginning thereof down to the advent of Messiah as the Son of God in the beginning of the Euphratic age.

Space 30. To the epoch from the begetting of the Son of God unto the end of time as set according to the second general numbering of the children of Israel.

Space 31. To the creative days from the beginning thereof down to the creation of the Euphratic race, or race of the first Adam.

Space 32. To the epoch from the creation of the Euphratic race down to the end of time as set according to the first general numbering of the children of Israel.

Space 33. To the Grand Epoch from the beginning of the creation to the end of time.

      It will be observed that twenty epochs constitute the greatest number in any one chronological ray of the Grand Epoch from the beginning of the creation to the end of time. This ray, therefore, may be used as a general scale in its relation to the history of the world; but the divisions of the Grand Epoch as otherwise apportioned must also be duly considered in connection with such history, more especially where mission and purpose are brought forward for investigation, comparison, and identification.

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