|The event Birkat Hachama or Blessing on the Sun occurs once every 28 years. But it has only ever occured on this exact date on the Hebrew calendar, the 14th of Nissan, three times;1). Prior to the Jews escaping slavery and being redeemed from Egypt
2). Prior to the miracle of Purim
3). And in the year 6759 (now! – 2009 in the Gregorian calendar)
Once every 28 years, the Sun returns to the position it occupied when it was created at the beginning of the fourth day of creation.
And Hashem made the two great lights: the greater light to rule the day, and the lesser light to rule the night and the stars. And Hashem placed them in the sky of the heavens to give light on the earth, and to rule over the day and over the night, and to divide the light from darkness; and Hashem saw that it was good. And it was evening and it was morning, a fourth day.
Three Days Grace Biography
“At one point when we were on the road, I felt like I had a target on my back. I felt like there were a lot of things getting thrown at me that I had to deal with and I felt alone? I was the only one who could really understand myself.” – Adam Gontier
On One-X, the follow up to Three Days Grace’s 2003 self-titled debut, the band explores that sentiment with alarming honesty. A raw, confessional album, One-X finds frontman Adam Gontier delving into a sense of utter loneliness that ironically comes from being constantly surrounded by other people. One-X is simultaneously the story of Gontier’s personal destruction on the road, and a universal tale of feeling like an outsider.
“From front to back, the lyrics of One-X explore the different problems I had. I felt singled out. I wanted to be normal and I just wanted someone, anyone to help me. At a point, I finally came to realize that no matter how singled out I felt, there were so many others out there like me. I realized, ‘okay, I’m not alone’.” – Adam Gontier