This entire trilogy will hinge on Yahshua's prophetic statement that He makes repeatedly through the gospels, that as Jonah was in the great fish for 3 days and 3 nights, He would be in the heart of the earth for 3 days and 3 nights. In order for the tomb to be empty Sunday morning before daybreak as the gospels record, Yahshua had to be crucified on Wednesday afternoon. That is the only way to get 3 days and 3 nights between His death and resurrection.
However, if we understand Yahshua died on a Wednesday, Aviv 14, this means, counting backward, that Lamb Day or Aviv 10, had to fall on the weekly sabbath day. It was this Lamb Day that Yahshua triumphantly entered Jerusalem to the waving palms of a joyous people. So, it was not Palm Sunday but Palm Shabbat!
Now the mirror menorah image forms. Yahshua triumphantly enters Jerusalem on the sabbath day. In the midst of the week, He is crucified. The next weekly sabbath He rises, just before sunset!
With His death as the centerpiece of the menorah, the two sabbaths on either end mirror each other, the first His triumphant entry, the latter His triumphant resurrection.
The next article will reveal the prophetic implications embedded in Yahshua's final week.
Links for the other article of Ninth trilogy:
Article Number 2: The 7 Last Years in Yahshua's Final Week
Article Number 3: Yahshua died and resurrected in the Year 17AD