If you have read Jonathan Cahn’s Book, you’ll come across the segments about “The Mystery Of The Shemitah”. He points out how the two largest stock market crashes in 2001 and 2008 occurred exactly on the same day as Elul 29, which marked the end of “Sabbatical Years” — which, by the way, occur every seven Jewish years. Given the astounding accuracy of these dates, this really deserves some attention.
Indeed, let’s take a look at some facts: The nearly 700 point drop in the DJIA (just over 7%) on 9/17/2001 and 777.7 point drop in the DJIA on 9/29/2008 (just below 7%) were two of the three largest Dow point drops in U.S. history.
These drops occurred on the last day of the Sabbatical Years that occurred between 2000 and 2001 and between 2007 and 2008. This last day of the Sabbatical Year is when debts are to be forgiven per Jewish tradition: