THE ESSENE CALENDAR  Zadokite Calendar Counting 

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The Zadokite Essene calendar, the calendar attested in I Enoch and the Book of Jubilees,
consisted of a solar calendar of 364 days divided into seven-day weeks,
twelve months of thirty days each except for one extra day in the last month of each quarter
(Jaubert 1965:27Pfeiffer 1969:64-65Vanderkam 1998:55Finegan 1998:44).
The Feast of Unleavened Bread, Feast of Trumpets,
Feast of Tabernacles, and Feast of the Great Day
(often seen as the eighth day of the Feast of Tabernacles),
always began on the 4th day of the week,
(Jaubert 1965:10Simon 1967:73).
Trumpets, Tabernacles, and the Great Day always occurred
in the seventh month as set forth in the Law of Moses
(Leviticus 23:24-44).
As Nisan 15, the annual Sabbath, or Passover Sabbath,
marking the start of the seven-day Feast of Unleavened bread
began at sunset the fourth day night,
the Essene observance of the Passover Seder was always on 
the third day evening of the week  (Finegan 1998:43, 48).

 

Jaubert set forth in a simple chart her understanding
of the calendar (Jaubert 1965:27) shown below.
days
months 1,4,7,10
months 2,5,8,11
months 3,6,9,12
The 4rd day
1
8
15
22
29
 
6
13
20
27
 
4
11
18
25
The 5th day
2
9
16
23
30
 
7
14
21
28
 
5
12
19
26
The 6th day
3
10
17
24
 
1
8
15
22
29
 
6
13
20
27
7th day Sabbat
4
11
18
25
 
2
9
16
23
30
 
7
14
21
28
The 1st day
5
12
19
26
 
3
10
17
24
 
1
8
15
22
29
The 2nd day
6
13
20
27
 
4
11
18
25
 
2
9
16
23
30
The 3rd day
7
14
21
28
 
5
12
19
26
 
3
10
17
24
31
David Flusser suggests that the Essene calendar differed significantly from
that of the priests in order for the Essenes to distance themselves
from the Jerusalem establishment.
He wrote: The use of their own calendar was the most particular way
in which members of the sect differentiated themselves from the rest of Israel.
They celebrated their festivals on different dates,
with the deliberate intention of differentiating themselves from the other Jews.
This is a phenomenon typical of many sects
throughout the world. Even among the Jews,
the Samaritan calendar is different from the Karaite one,
and both differ from the common Jewish one. The calendar of the Sages,
of the whole House of Israel, was different from the Essene one
not only in the dating of the festivals, but in its whole conception of the year.
The Essenes had a sophisticated solar calendar,
in which there were fifty two weeks, and the festivals always
began on the same day of the week. In this they were different from other
Jews, who lived by a lunar calendar.(Flusser 1989:43.) Jaubert concludes:
it is certain that, at the beginning of the first century, A.D.,
there existed two liturgical calendars. In one of these the feasts were assigned
to days of the lunar month;
this was the official calendar, about which we can find information in
later rabbinical Judaism. In the second,
the feasts always fell on fixed days of the week.
The character of this calendar may now be discovered in
contemporary Jewish sources. It is witnessed only in its Jubilees-Qumran type;
but it is probable that it also existed in modified forms which could have either preserved
an intermediary stage of the calendar’s development or attempted a certain compromise with official reckoning. (Jaubert 1965:52.)
One of the elements leading to Jaubert’s research dealt with the dating of the Last Supper and the day of the Crucifixion. She writes:
The date of the Last Supper is linked with the problem of the day of Jesus’ death, a question which has occupied exegetes since the end of the second century. In the present work a new solution is proposed, based on an ancient Jewish calendar, recently discovered, and on an Eastern patristic tradition which has all at once been illuminated by the new calendar. (Jaubert 1965:9.)
Benedictine scholar and archaeologist Bargil Pixner, who lived on Mt. Sion in the Dormition Abby, agreed holding that Jesus’ Last Supper occurred on a the 3rd day (Tuesday) night but adding that it took place in the guesthouse of the Essene community on Mt. Zion in Jerusalem. “To my mind” writes Pixner “this took place in the Essene guesthouse on Mount Zion on the 3rd day (Tuesday) night” (Pixner 1992:64; see also Pixner 1976,19901997).
Richard Mackowski, concurring, held that this “must have been a very simple dining hall in keeping with the simple life of the Essenes” (Mackowski 1980:141). In his thinking, the “site, therefore, must be secure, for it has been the only candidate for the Cenacle (Coenaculum or dining hall) from primitive Christianity until today” (Mackowski 1980:145).
Mackowski concluded, from his topographical study of the site of the Upper Room, that the Last Supper did indeed take place in the Essene dining hall on Mt. Sion from where Jesus and his followers “walked down from the Upper City’s Essene quarter, using the steps still visible beside the Chapel of Peter-in-Gallicantu on the eastern slope of Mt. Zion (Mackowski 1980:164). Moreover, he stated that:
According to Pixner, who recently has reexamined the area thoroughly, the steps leading up from the Church of St. Peter-in-Gallicantu, on the eastern slope of Mt. Zion, led up towards a point identified as the most likely spot for a doorway or a vestibule of an ancient house. This door would have opened towards a platform leading to a house whose level would correspond to a second story upper room. (Mackowski 1980:145.)
Mackowski, independently of Bargil Pixner’s study of the area (Pixner 1976), concluded that the material evidence on Mt. Zion, in the light of textual analysis, was not only the mahaneh (the camp) of the Essenes during the time of Jesus but also the birthplace of this sect in Jerusalem (Mackowski 1980:63).
While Jaubert and Pixner saw the Last Supper, a Passover ceremony, on the 3rd day night they held that the Crucifixion occurred the following “Friday”. This would not only accommodate the “Sunday” resurrection tradition but would allow three days for the incarceration and trial of Jesus of Nazareth. There are major problems with that theory and a remarkable solution to the Passion Week chronology (see The Last Seder: Unscrambling Its Baffling Chronology).
                                                                  
The Zadokite Essene Solar Calendar
Dates in bold indicate weekly Sabbaths, annual Sabbaths, and the new moons of the first, fourth, seventh and tenth month. Roman numerals indicate the month beginning with the first month. The days and months had no names and were known by number only. The seven annual Sabbaths appear in the black cells. The first day on the first month always begins at sunset (Jerusalem time) on the Tuesday evening following the vernal equinox (I Enoch; Finegan 1998:46). The calendar had a year of 364 days. As Jubilees set the Festival of Weeks (Pentecost) on III 15 the offering of the wave sheaf (Leviticus 23:11), the omer-waving ceremony from which it is dated, always fell on first day of the week, the 26th day of the first month (Jaubert 1965:27Finegan 1998:42).
 
I
II
III
Day1
 
5
12
19
26
 
3
10
17
24
1
8
15
22
29
Day2
 
6
13
20
27
 
4
11
18
25
2
9
16
23
30
Day3
 
7
14
21
28
 
5
12
19
26
3
10
17
24
31
Day4
1
8
15
22
29
 
6
13
20
27
4
11
18
25
 
Day5
2
9
16
23
30
 
7
14
21
28
5
12
19
26
 
Day6
3
10
17
24
 
1
8
15
22
29
6
13
20
27
 
SAB
4
11
18
25
 
2
9
16
23
30
7
14
21
28
 
 
IV
V
VI
Day1
 
5
12
19
26
 
3
10
17
24
1
8
15
22
29
Day2
 
6
13
20
27
 
4
11
18
25
2
9
16
23
30
Day3
 
7
14
21
28
 
5
12
19
26
3
10
17
24
31
Day4
1
8
15
22
29
 
6
13
20
27
4
11
18
25
 
Day5
2
9
16
23
30
 
7
14
21
28
5
12
19
26
 
Day6
3
10
17
24
 
1
8
15
22
29
6
13
20
27
 
SAB
4
11
18
25
 
2
9
16
23
30
7
14
21
28
 
 
VII
VIII
IX
Day1
 
5
12
19
26
 
3
10
17
24
1
8
15
22
29
Day2
 
6
13
20
27
 
4
11
18
25
2
9
16
23
30
Day3
 
7
14
21
28
 
5
12
19
26
3
10
17
24
31
Day4
1
8
15
22
29
 
6
13
20
27
4
11
18
25
 
Day5
2
9
16
23
30
 
7
14
21
28
5
12
19
26
 
Day6
3
10
17
24
 
1
8
15
22
29
6
13
20
27
 
SAB
4
11
18
25
 
2
9
16
23
30
7
14
21
28
 
  
X
XI
XII
Day1
 
5
12
19
26
 
3
10
17
24
1
8
15
22
29
Day2
 
6
13
20
27
 
4
11
18
25
2
9
16
23
30
Day3
 
7
14
21
28
 
5
12
19
26
3
10
17
24
31
Day4
1
8
15
22
29
 
6
13
20
27
4
11
18
25
 
Day5
2
9
16
23
30
 
7
14
21
28
5
12
19
26
 
Day6
3
10
17
24
 
1
8
15
22
29
6
13
20
27
 
SAB
4
11
18
25
 
2
9
16
23
30
7
14
21
28
 

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Yahushua Melchizedek Calendar VS  Rabbinic Lunar  Calendar on Year 30AD

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Do a simple count of days to day 14 you will find that Yahushua’s crucifixion fell on the 4th day of the week given a 14 day count from the conjunctive moon day declaration as the counting of days on the equinox calendar works out the same to Passover/unleavened bread every year if one is working from the equinox, as per my diagram in the last article.

 

30 CE Equinox vs Conjunctive       Moon (Starry Night Pro Astronomical Software)
Yahushua       Melchizedeck Calendar
Rabbinic Lunar       Calendar
Equinox mean sun       calculation 22nd March, 11.39 pm –True       Sundial Observation on 23rd March
Day
Day
1
4
2
5
1
Conjunction New Moon Day 1 –       evening of 23rd March
3
6
2
4
7
Sabbath
3
7
Sabbath
5
1
4
1
6
2
5
2
7
3
6
3
8
4
7
4
9
5
8
5
10
6
9
6
11
7
 Sabbath
10
7
Sabbath
12
1
11
1
13
2
12
2
14 Yahushua’s
Passover
3
13
3
Crucifixion
15
Unleavened Bread
14
Rabbinic Passover
Crucifixion
16
5
15
Unleavened Bread
17
6
16
6
18
7
Sabbath
17
7
Sabbath
19
1
Resurrection
18
1
Resurrection
20
2
19
2
21
3
20
3
22
4
21
4
23
5
22
5
24
6
23
6
25
7
Sabbath
24
7
Sabbath
26
25
27
26
28
27
29
28
30
29
31
30
Month 1
Nisan 1

 

D.  How the Ancient Hebrew Calendar is Built:

The month by month’s guide below is based on the calendar frame work provided by Daniel de Caussin; we share the same way of counting of the year but we hold different opinion on the counting of the weekly shabbat day!

“RECENT FINDINGS At Qumran in 1947, there were apocalyptic scrolls found, and among them the Books of Jubilees and the Second Mikdash writings of Enoch I which discuss the calendar and dating system by which these people lived.

Scholars had been attentive of the Apocryphal Calendar before this find, but interest was renewed with the discovery of these scrolls by which the Qumran sect lived. It is based on 364 days per year. The year is divided into four periods (to correspond to the four seasons of the year), of 13 weeks or 91 days in each period. There are 12 months in each year or a total of 52 weeks.

By using this exact measure and beginning the year on the 4th day of the week just after the vernal equinox, the Set Apart days fall exactly on the same day, in the same month, every year. This calendar warrants extensive study, as there are now numerous proofs it was the calendar used by Abraham, King Solomon, King David, and High Priest Zadok in the First Qodesh Mikdash.

A different calendar was used in the Second Commonwealth, but that Mikdash had no Presence, no Ark of the Covenant, and no means for its apostate priesthood to communicate directly with יהוה. In fact, it is recorded that 300 high priests during the second Mikdash period, died when they went into the Most Kodesh Place on Yom Kippur. Something, perhaps many things, were wrong with the Second Mikdash Cult. A team of scholars was appointed to study the scrolls in 1952. They became an elite and secretive clique. In 1991 this monopoly was effectively broken when the Huntington Library in California announced it would allow public access to its collection of Dead Sea Scrolls photographs.

This was soon followed by the publication of a Facsimile Edition by the Biblical Archaeology Society in Washington, D.C. Until this time scholars previously controlling access to the Scrolls had been publicly contending that there was nothing interesting in the remaining unpublished Scrolls and nothing throwing further light on Judaism and Christianity’s rise in Palestine. (The Dead Sea Scrolls Uncovered, Professor Robert Eisenman & Michael Wise).

for clarity, please go to this page: http://man-child.com/?p=1794 :
The Zadokite Essene calendar, the calendar attested in I Enoch and the Book of Jubilees, consisted of a solar calendar of 364 days divided into seven-day weeks, twelve months of thirty days each except for one extra day in the last month of each quarter (Jaubert 1965:27Pfeiffer 1969:64-65Vanderkam 1998:55Finegan 1998:44).
The Feast of Unleavened Bread, Feast of Trumpets, Feast of Tabernacles, and Feast of the Great Day (often seen as the eighth day of the Feast of Tabernacles), always began on the 4th day of the week ( There is NO Wednesday yet in the 1st century),
The feast of Passover actually start on the 3rd day (Tuesday) evening, as the Jews began days at evening not midnight (Jaubert 1965:10Simon 1967:73).
Trumpets, Tabernacles, and the Great Day always occurred in the seventh month as set forth in the Law of Moses (Leviticus 23:24-44).
As Nisan 15, the annual Sabbath, or Passover Sabbath, marking the start of the seven-day Feast of Unleavened bread began at sunset the fourth day night, the Essene observance of the Passover Seder was always on the third day evening of the week  (Finegan 1998:43, 48).)

The Talmud does not explain this calendar exactly, but does mention the argument of the calendars between the Pharisees and Sadducees…

We (the Editors of this website) are observing according to the exact same principal. Once we identify the first day of the year is the 4th day of the week…hence we will know that 3 days later is the 7th Shabbat Day…In the Essenes day, there is NO “Wednesday”…beginning the 1st day of the year on the 4th day of the week just after the vernal equinox, the PassOver Feast days fall exactly on the same 4th day of the week, the 14th day in the same month, every year. Which bring us to the same Resurrection day every year: after our Messiah Yahushua was buried 3 days 3 nights, He arose before the sunset/before the ending of the 7th day weekly Shabbat! HalleluYah, HE is the Mater of our Shabbat!!

 How the Ancient Hebrew Calendar is Built

 NOTE:

To get a record of the mean sun calculations as they occur in Jerusalem time, go to this link: http://www.timeanddate.com/calendar/seasons.html?n=110 . (Remember to examine the dates and times carefully know that from the link, they are only mean calculations and not true incidences and work out when the true sun equinox would be occurring or you could be a day too early!) . Keep a copy of this page as a record for the future it presents the means sun calculations for many years to come. 

שבת – Sabbath On this calendar, every seventh day is called a sabbath. See h7676 Additionally, the word sabbath is also associated to the concepts of rest and cessation. See h7673 – 7676

High Sabbath or Sabbath’own – שבתון A Sabbath’own, see h7677, is a Great or High Sabbath, and it can also be a Solemn Sabbath. It may occur on a day that is not a seventh day Sabbath indicating that this day is a special day of rest or solemnity.

Solemn Assembly or Atsara – עצרה An Atsara, see h6116, is a Solemn Assembly. It is characterized as an assembly called to be solemn. To be solemn is to not be cheerful and a time in which there is deep sincerity within the people in that assembly.

Set Apart Convocation or Miqra Qodesh – קדש מקרא A Miqra Qodesh, see h4744 and h6944, or Set Apart Convocation is set up for gatherings to remember set-apart days. These are, by definition, large formal assemblies of people.

The first example of this is the day after passover calling for an assembly to remember the feast of Unleavened Bread. Call for many to appear or Ra’ah Paniym – פנים ראה Ex 23:14-17 Three times a year all males are commanded to appear before YHWH/Yah’oah. These times are outlined as the feasts of Unleavened Bread, Feast of Weeks of the firstfruits of wheat harvest, and In Gathering.

This Hebrew word ra’ah at h7200, has the feeling of to see something as in to feel, smell, behold, to perceive in the heart, and to hear a thing. In an assembly of this nature, all these things would be happening to the attendee. And the Hebrew word paniym at h6437, has the feeling of turning oneself as in to face a new direction, and as in to change one’s walk in a different direction. The idea was to turn one’s walk in life towards the path of YHWH/Yah’oah and the Torah (instructions). When we error from the mark, we err from the concept of love of Father, love of neighbor, and the concept of the family (father and mother). Therefore, these Ra’ah Paniym, were designed to realign the males so they could better guide their families and communities.

Month one

Step One

Let’s start building the Calendar starting in Exodus 12 where we are given in Torah that the first month has a first day.

Exodus 12: 1

And יהוה spoke to Mosheh and to Aharon in the land of Mitsrayim, saying, 2 “This month is the beginning of months for you; it is the first month of the year for you.We learn the first day begins on the Spring Equinox. We will revisit this later in this document.

Enoch 72:34 So as at the beginning the year comes back to its course where the day becomes longer, and each night becomes shorter. see also Ex 13:4, Ex 23:15, Ex 34:18, Deut 16:1, Enoch 72:6 After we verify the Spring Equinox, that evening we start the calendar. as day one.

By using shadows on sticks in the ground the Spring Equinox can be verified, or go to this web site and type Jerusalem for the location. http://www.timeanddate.com/calendar/seasons.html?n=110 

Please note that the team producing this document and Hebrew translations, with prayer and by leadership of the Spirit of Truth, which is the hand of יהוה YHWH.

The days that come after the first day are special days to יהוה. Through Yahh, our Father Av has given us Torah to follow. Whenever we are given teachings, instructions, or direction, it is always designed for our benefit.

Month One

1

2

3

4

5

6

Weekly Shabbat

Day 1 of the new calendar year

Evening of Spring Equinox

Notice that we don’t use the day names like we have on a Gregorian calendar for obvious reasons. These day names are heathen based names.

Fun Fact about the Day 31: the “intercalary.”

Enoch 75
And the leaders of the heads of the thousands, who are placed over the whole creation and over all the stars, have also to do with the four intercalary days, being inseparable from their office. According to the reckoning of the year, these render service on the four days, which are not counted in the calculation of the year.
2 On account of these men go wrong, for those luminaries truly render service on the world-stations, one in the first gate, one in the third gate of the heaven, one in the fourth gate, and one in the sixth gate, and the exactness of the year is accomplished through its separate three hundred and sixty-four stations.
Night and Day
Why does a day begin at sunrise? The first clue is found in Genesis 1:5
… It became evening. And then it became the morrow,  this was the first day of a multitude of days.
The stars or Angels are the leaders of the Calendar. They have been given a job, and by oath keep it in perfect and constant order. The Stars enter first.
Another clue comes from Enoch.
Enoch 82:8 He has power over night and day in the heaven to cause the light to give light to men from the sun, moon, and stars, and all the powers of the heaven, which revolve in their circular chariots. 9 These are the orders of the stars, which set in their places, and in their seasons, festivals, and months. 10 And these are the names of those who lead them, who watch that they enter at their times, in their orders, in their seasons, in their months, in their periods of dominion, and in their positions. 11 Their four leaders who divide the four parts of the year enter first; and after them the twelve leaders of the orders who divide the months; and for the three hundred and sixty days there are heads over thousands who divide the days; and for the four intercalary days there are the leaders which divide the four parts of the year.
Woe
Yet another clue comes in the form of a Great Woe. Woe to us in following the lead of the Treacherous Watchers!
Enoch 82:4 Blessed are all the righteous. Blessed are all those who walk in the way of righteousness and do not as the sinners, the treacherous Watchers! In the reckoning of all their days,  in which the sun traverses the heaven entering into and departing from the gates for thirty days with the heads of thousands of the order of the stars, together with the four which are intercalated which divide the four portions of the year, which lead them and enter with them four days.
How do we know the First Day and Duration of a Year?
According to Enoch, a year has 364 days. Each year has 52 Sabbaths, every year for all generations. There are no leap days, or leap months. Other calendars count every day of the year. This requires the use of leap days as in a Gregorian calendar, leap months as in a Jewish Lunar-solar calendar.
The way to handle the fact that a year has 365.2422 days in a year is this difference of 1.2422 days is just waited out and not counted. We wait and observe the Spring Equinox to occur. The ancients required a constellation and the point where the sun rose through the constellation during the last observed equinox. When the Spring Equinox is confirmed, that evening at sunset the new year begins. The two witnesses to this first day are the Stars and the Sun. 
You can see how the stars are used at Enoch 74:
12 The sun and the stars bring in all the years exactly, so that they do not advance or delay their position by a single day unto eternity, but complete the years with perfect justice in 364 days.
13 In three solar [and Sidereal] years there are 1,092 days [3 times 364], and in five years 1,820 days [5 times 364], and in eight years there are 2,912 days [8 times 364].

Thirteen weeks for each season and Four seasons, and a total of 52 weeks in the Year

Jubilee 6:23 And on the new moon(first day) of the first month, and on the new moon(first day) of the fourth month, and on the new moon(first day) of the seventh month, and on the new moon(first Day) of the tenth month are the days of remembrance, and the days of the seasons in the four divisions of the year.  These are written and ordained 24 as a testimony forever.  29 … each had thirteen weeks; from one to another (passed) their memorial, from the first to the second, and from the second to the third, and from the 30 third to the fourth. And all the days of the commandment will be two and fifty weeks of days, and (these will make) the entire year complete.
Another point to bring up from Enoch 74 is the fact that two methods of ensuring accuracy were employed. The solar and sidereal cycles are similar in duration. At Enoch 74:12 The Sun and the stars bring in all the years exactly, so that they do not advance or delay their position by a single day unto eternity, but complete the years with perfect justice in 364 days. A principle in the Hebrew language is that when you double something you are emphasizing its importance. So here we see that two methods are used for verification. This is because of the importance of this ancient calendar.
The Stars have a cycle used for calendars and time keeping. Their cycle is called a Sidereal cycle. The length of a sidereal day is 23.93446 hours. The length of a sidereal year is 365.25 days. Sidereal time is calculated from watching the stars and their relation to the revolution of the earth on its axis and the rotation of earth around the sun. Notice that the times for the day and the year are very similar to that of the solar cycle.
Two witnesses to confirm the first day
The consistency of the star’s location and the sun’s location are used as two witnesses to the first day of the calendar so that we all, from generation to generation, can observe the sabbath on the same seventh day, and the feast days on their appointed days and times.
The Duration of 24 hours
The Earth revolves around its axis at a fairly constant rate. Its rate is affected by earthquakes and other cosmic influences. Nevertheless, it does change, but the change is so small it is almost undetectable. A leap second was added in 1972, and 40 years later one in 2012. This is a testament to Father’s hand in this situation.
What is a Day?
The Hebrew word yom has several meanings. Using a Gesenius, a Benner, and a Klein Lexicon we see these meanings for the word יום: heat, the day, a day, a festival day, time, at that time, then, at some time, at the time in which – as in the word “when”. The definition of this word is important to consider because the word יום is used in Genesis 1:5 to describe the first day. It was called a yom even though the sun was not created. The sun has nothing to do with the usage of this term. The same is true for Genesis 1:8, and 13. In this case the first three days where counted as days. Perhaps by the precision of the earth’s rotation. YHWH/Yaha’oha was the light that was provided for those three days. His presence was the light source. As we read in the Revelation of John 22:5 And night shall be no more, and they shall have no need of a lamp or the light of the sun, because יהוה Elohim shall give them light. And they shall reign forever and ever.

Step two

Next step in understanding the Torah of the Calendar is in Leviticus. We are told that we are to work for six days and then on the seventh day we are to rest.

Leviticus 23 (from a translation of the Dead Sea Scrolls):

1 And יהוה  spoke by turning towards Moshe and commanded by saying,
2 speak by turning yourself towards the sons of Yisra’el.  Say to them as you motion towards them;  Your places where you assemble on a regular basis, יהוה  said, in order for you to be successful, call a meeting to read from the Scroll. Read to all those assembled in that place.  Call out and encourage them to come towards you.
Doing these things are Set Apart and are for reverence and adoration at that time during their assembly.
3 Six times you are to produce by labor, the service that is prescribed to a person.  And then on the seventh day, you are to return to your habitation to rest and cease from your prescribed work.

Use this day to consider what it takes to cease from our labor in an assembly with a reading from the Kadosh Scroll.

Whatsoever service is prescribed to anyone, you are not to labor over this anymore. Cease from your labor and adjust your focus towardsיהוה  with an idea that all things in the farm or home are done and complete for this day.  By adjusting your focus towards to, יהוה you can rest your mind in your assembly of persons that have come together for sitting.

This verse is part of a list of the various Angels and their main responsibilities.

Enoch 20:6  Saraqael, one of the set-apart Messengers, who is over those people which have a desire to keep Sabbath.

Just amazing. There is an Angel who is assigned to watch over those who desire to keep Sabbath.

Keeping the seventh day Sabbath as a separate day is for all people who want to keep it.

Isaiah 56:

3 “And let not the son of the foreigner who has joined himself to יהוה speak, saying, ‘יהוה has certainly separated me from His people,’ nor let the eunuch say, ‘Look I am a dry tree.’ ”
4 For thus said יהוה, “To the eunuchs who guard My Sabbaths, and have chosen what pleases Me, and hold fast to My covenant:
5 to them I shall give in My house and within My walls a place and a name better than that of sons and daughters – I give them an everlasting name that is not cut off.
6 “Also the sons of the foreigner who join themselves to יהוה, to serve Him, and to love the Name of יהוה, to be His servants, all who guard the Sabbath, and not profane it, and hold fast to My covenant –
7 them I shall bring to My set-apart mountain, and let them rejoice in My house of prayer. Their burnt offerings and their slaughtering’s  are accepted on My altar, for My house is called a house of prayer for all the peoples.”
8 The Master יהוה, who gathers the outcasts of Yisra’ĕl, declares, “I gather still others to him besides those who are gathered to him.”

 Difference between a Sabbath day and a day of Set Apart Convocation

In Leviticus 23:3 we receive Torah concerning rest on the seventh day and that we should read together on this seventh day, and that we should consider all work any of us have been prescribed to do as completed, and that we are to call out an encourage others to join in the reading of the Scroll, and to use this day as a day of reverence and adoration of all things our Father Av has provided to us through YHWH.  A Sabbath rest has been appointed for every seventh day throughout the year. Sabbath means rest, Sabbath does not mean seventh day. We have associated the seventh day and Sabbath because of the Torah to have a Sabbath on the Seventh day. Nevertheless, a day of Sabbath can be appointed on days that are not the seventh day. We see this at Leviticus 23.
27 “On the tenth day of this seventh month is the Day of Atonement. It shall be a set-apart gathering for you. And you shall afflict your beings, and shall bring an offering made by fire to יהוה.
28 “And you do no work on that same day, for it is the Day of Atonement, to make atonement for you before יהוה your Elohim.
29 “For any being who is not afflicted on that same day, he shall be cut off from his people.
30 “And any being who does any work on that same day, that being I shall destroy from the midst of his people.
31 “You do no work – a law forever throughout your generations in all your dwellings.
32 ‘It is a Sabbath of rest to you, and you shall afflict your beings. On the ninth day of the month at evening, from evening to evening, you observe your Sabbath.”
We see here in these verses that both the ninth day and the tenth day of Month Seven are appointed as a day of rest, a Sabbath day, and notice on the calendar that these days are not on the seventh day.
So what is the difference between a Sabbath and a Kadosh Convocation?  A Sabbath is a command directed towards an individual. The individual must rest from their prescribed work. The command of a Set Apart Convocation is directed towards an assembly of people. An assembly can praise Yahh in Hymn singing, Dance, and group reading of the Kadosh Scroll. We read that some Set Apart Convocations are also days where a Sabbath is commanded to have rest from our individually prescribed work. This is what we read above in Leviticus 23:32.
In both a Sabbath rest and during a Kodash Convocation, people did not sit around doing nothing. We have to be somewhat active to eat and drink and the animals need to eat and drink, too. In Leviticus 23:3 we read that the key to this rest day is the focus of our mind and heart. Our mind and heart are more precious than the act of sitting down.
Lev 23:3 Six times you are to produce by labor, the service that is prescribed to a person.  And then on the seventh day, you are to return to your habitation to rest and cease from your prescribed work.
Use this day to consider what it takes to cease from our labor in an assembly with a reading from the Set Apart Scroll.

Whatsoever service is prescribed to anyone, you are not to labor over this anymore. Cease from your labor and adjust your focus towards Yaha’oha with an idea that all things in the farm or home are done and complete for this day.  By adjusting your focus towards Yaha’oha, you can rest your mind in your assembly of persons that have come together for sitting.

So now we can build the Calendar in this second step. We will add the Sabbath day.

Month One

1

2

3

4

5

6

Sabbath

 1/364

Evening of Spring Equinox

 2/364

Work day

3/364

Work day

 4/364

Seventh day rest, Day of reading the Scroll

Fun Fact about the seventh day

It seems silly to say that the Shabbat day is always the Gregorian Saturday day. It is consistently the Shabbat day in a cycle of seven days. A year has 364 days. Note that 364/7=52. There are 52 Sabbaths in a year. The Torah is clear that every seven days, during the year, we have a Sabbath. To begin a calendar on any other day by not using a seven day period leading up to a Sabbath, is following a method that does not adhere to Torah instruction.

The focus of the Sabbath is the command from our Creator Father Av, that the seventh day of rest is after the sixth day of work.

The example at the creation, was six days of work, and then the rest.

Ex 20:9 “Six days you labour, and shall do all your work,
10 but the seventh day is a Sabbath of יהוה your Elohim. You do not do any work – you, nor your son, nor your daughter, nor your male servant, nor your female servant, nor your cattle, nor your stranger who is within your gates.
11 “For in six days יהוה made the heavens and the earth, the sea, and all that is in them, and rested the seventh day. Therefore יהוה baruch the Sabbath day and set it apart.

Here again in Exodus 20 we read that the focus is the number of days.

The word (day) יום in Hebrew can also mean a time period, or time itself, and the heat of the day, and to be warm, the opposite of night, a festival day.

The example we have in Genesis 1, is the use of the word day. A “day” was founded on the fact that a “day” is a time period established on the completion of one rotation of the earth on its axis. It has nothing to do with the sun’s appearance at all. We have proof of this in the first three creation days. The days were called days without a sun.

The point is, the seventh day is after a six day period, was to be the focus of the day of rest, is reiterated at Exodus 20:11, 31:15, 17, 32:12, 34:21, 35:2, Leviticus 23:3, Deuteronomy 5:13, Ezekiel 46:1, and Luke 13:14.

 

Step Three

Exodus 12 (from The Scriptures Version 1998):

1 And יהוה spoke to Mosheh and to Aharon in the land of Mitsrayim, saying,

2 “This month is the beginning of months for you, it is the first month of the year for you.

3 “Speak to all the congregation of Yisra’ĕl, saying, ‘On the tenth day of this month each one of them is to take for himself a lamb, according to the house of his father, a lamb for a household.

4 ‘And if the household is too small for the lamb, let him and his neighbor next to his house take it according to the number of the beings, according to each man’s need you make your count for the lamb.

5 ‘Let the lamb be a perfect one, a year old male. Take it from the sheep or from the goats.

6 ‘And you shall keep it until the fourteenth day of the same month. Then all the assembly of the congregation of Yisra’ĕl shall kill it between the evenings.

Let us first look at the three facts here; We are told to observe the First month, the tenth day of this month, and the fourteenth day of this month.

Month One

1

2

3

4

5

6

Sabbath

Day 1

Evening of Spring

Equinox

This day to Remember the Ark

Day 2

Work day

Day 3

Work day

Day 4

Seventh day rest, Day of reading the Scroll

Day 5

Work day

Day 6

Work day

Day 7

Work day

Day 8

Work day

Day 9

Work day

Day 10

Work day

Select a Lamb for Passover

Day 11

Seventh day rest, Day of reading the Scroll

In Exodus 12:3, we read that a lamb or a goat was to be selected. A perfect one year old male. This lamb is called a paschal lamb. This lamb is intended for פסח pronounced Pe-sa-kh. The kh is a guttural sound from the back of the throat. פסח means to pass over, to pass by or to spare. This word does have other uses; nevertheless, this is the word for the feast called Passover.

 We also read in the torah of the Passover observance at Exodus 12:14, Leviticus 23:5, Numbers 28:16, Deuteronomy 16:1, and in Jubilees 49:1.

 Passover and the feast of Unleavened Bread

To build the next line in the Ancient Hebrew Calendar, we need to read Leviticus 23 again.

Leviticus 23 (from a Translation of the Dead Sea Scrolls)

4 These things that follow are the set times of  YHWH/Yaha’oha. They are to come from the person who calls people towards them to read from the Qodesh Scroll. To be successful, what is desired is that you cry out to all the multitude at each of these set times.

5 In the beginning of the year in the first month in the fourteenth day of the month just after when you can distinguish the division which starts the day, when there is still enough light to see things after the sunset; This is the time for YHWH’s “Passover” of Sparing the first born.

6 On the Fifteenth day, in the beginning of the year, perceive in your mind a circle for dancing. This circle is like the unleavened bread which is YHWH/Yaha’oha. And for seven times, as in seven days, you are commanded to eat this unleavened bread.

7 On the first day call a Qodesh assembly, and let it come to pass, you are to subdue your working of the work that is prescribed to you, for it is a service of obligation not to labor over something.

8  In coming together, in order to be close, you will bring a sacrifice of healing, which is Yaha’oha, seven times as in each of the seven days. And the day time of the seventh day is a Qodesh Convocation for you shall read the Qodesh Scroll and you are to subdue your working of the work that is prescribed to you, for it is a service of obligation not to labor over something on this day.

In Jubilee 6:24-25 ... And Noah ordained them for himself as feasts for the generations for ever, 25 so that they have become thereby a memorial unto him. And on the new moon (first day) of the first month he was bidden to make for himself an ark,

Month One

1

2

3

4

5

6

Sabbath

Day 30

Work day

Day 31

Work day

Day 1

Work day

Evening of Spring Equinox,

This day to Remember the Ark

Day 2

Work day

Day 3

Work day

Day 4

Seventh day rest, Day of reading the Scroll

Day 5

Work day

Day 6

Work day

Day 7

Work day

Day 8

Work day

Day 9

Work day

Day 10

Work day

Select a Lamb for Passover

Day 11

Seventh day rest, Day of reading the Scroll,

Day 12

Work Day

Day 13

Work Day,

Day 14

Work Day,

Roast a lamb in evening after sunset.

Day 15

Work day

After Sunset, High Shabbat

Eat Unleavened bread

Day 16

Rest Day Dancing day,

Eat Unleavened bread

Day 17

Work Day

Eat Unleavened bread

Day 18

Rest Day,

Sabbath day

Eat Unleavened bread

Step Four

We are going to add the last two lines in the Calendar for Month One. From the Spring Equinox to the last day we have 30 days.  We find this in Enoch 72:8-13 where we read of a cycle of days consisting of 30 days, then 30 days, then 31 days.

The year is divided into four seasons, each consisting of 91 days. The first two months of each season has 30 days and the last month of each season has 31 days. Each year has 364 days. These 364 days per year is done in prudent understanding and divine counsel, so that the calendar is always the same for generation to generation.

There is no leap days, or leap months. This is a common way to handle the fact that a year has 365.25 days in a year. So this difference of 1.25 days is just waited out and not counted. We wait and observe the Spring Equinox to occur. It requires Sunshine to confirm it. When the Spring Equinox is observed, that evening at sunset begins the new year. We see how this is determined at Leviticus 23:5 … just after when you can distinguish the division which starts the day, when there is still enough light to see things after the sunset; this is the time for the YHWH’s Passover of Sparing the first born.

We now have added the appointed days we are to remember from generation to generation in Month one.

Remembrance Day, day 1

Day 1 is the day to remember Noah’s exit from the Ark and the covenant of not to eat blood.  Jubilees 6:1-12

Bring First Fruits, day 15

Day 15 we read this is the day to bring in your first fruits. Jubilee 15:1, and Jubilee 16:13-14 This day is a Qodesh Convocation. Leviticus 23:20-21 were we see the priest waves harvest sheaves, and two lambs that will be sacrificed.

Feasts of Weeks, and Feast of First Fruits, starts day 26

Day 26 is the First day of the Feast of Weeks. This feast lasts for 50 days. Another name for this last day of the feast is Pentecost. Jubilees 6:17-22, Exodus 34:22, and Leviticus 23:15-21 This day is also the Feast of First Fruits. We read this at Jubilee 6:21. This day is also the day for the Wave Offering and Burnt Offering of Grain, Incense, and Wine. We read of this in Leviticus 23:11-13. Day 26 is one of the three days that Males are required to have a convocation. We see this at Deuteronomy 16:16.

Next add the appointed days to the calendar.

Pentecost

Leviticus 23:15 ‘And from the morrow after the Sabbath, from the day that you brought the sheaf of the wave offering, you shall count for yourselves: seven completed Sabbaths.

16 ‘Until the morrow after the seventh Sabbath you count fifty days, then you shall bring a new grain offering to יהוה.

17 ‘Bring from your dwellings for a wave offering two loaves of bread, of two-tenths of an ĕphah of fine flour they are, baked with leaven, first-fruits to יהוה.

18 ‘And besides the bread, you shall bring seven lambs a year old, perfect ones, and one young bull and two rams. They are a burnt offering to יהוה, with their grain offering and their drink offerings, an offering made by fire for a sweet fragrance to יהוה.

19 ‘And you shall offer one male goat as a sin offering, and two male lambs a year old, as a peace offering.

20 ‘And the priest shall wave them, besides the bread of the first-fruits, as a wave offering before יהוה, besides the two lambs. They are set-apart to יהוה for the priest.

21 ‘And on this same day you shall proclaim a set-apart gathering for yourselves, you do no servile work on it – a law forever in all your dwellings throughout your generations.

Here is the complete Month one. 

Month One

1

2

3

4

5

6

Sabbath

Day 1

Work day

Evening of Spring Equinox,

This day to Remember the Ark

Day 2

Work day

Day 3

Work day

Day 4

Seventh day rest, Day of reading the Scroll

Day 5

Work day

Day 6

Work day

Day 7

Work day

Day 8

Work day

Day 9

Work day

Day 10

Work day

Select a Lamb for Passover

Day 11

Seventh day rest, Day of reading the Scroll,

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Day 12

Work Day

Day 13

Work Day,

Day 14

Work Day,

Passover Roast a lamb after sunset

Day 15

Work Day

Sacrifice

Lamb

After Sunset, High Shabbat

Eat Unleavened bread

Day 16

Rest Day,

Convocation for Dancing day,

Eat Unleavened bread

Day 17

Work Day,

Eat Unleavened bread

Day 18

Rest Day,

Sabbath day of meeting

Eat Unleavened bread

Day 19

Eat Unleavened bread

Wave Offering,

Day 20

Work day

Eat Unleavened bread

Day 21

Work day

Eat Unleavened bread

Day 22

Work day

Day 23

Work day

Day 24

Work day

Day 25

Rest Day,

Sabbath day of meeting

End of week one 1/7

Day 26

First day of Feast of Weeks and Feast of First Fruits

Day 27

Work day

Day 28

Work day

Day 29

Work day

Day 30

Work day

 Month Two

Step One

The second month starts, on the day after the end of the first month. Month Two that has 30 days.

Notice that it starts on the sixth day because Month One ends on the second day.

Month Two

1

2

3

4

5

6

Sabbath

Day 1

Work day

Day 2

Seventh day rest, Day of reading the Scroll

End of week two 2/7

Day 3

Work day

Day 4

Work day

Day 5

Work day

Day 6

Work day

Day 7

Work day

Day 8

Work day

Day 9

Seventh day rest, Day of reading the Scroll

End of week 3/7

Day 10

Work day

Day 11

Work day,

Day 12

Work day

Day 13

Work day

Day 14

Work day

Second Passover

Day 15

Work day

Day 16

Rest Day,

Sabbath day of meeting

End of week 4/7

Day 17

Work day

Day 18

Work day

Day 19

Work day

Day 20

Work day

Day 21

Work day

Day 22

Work day

Day 23

Rest Day,

Sabbath day of meeting

End of week 5/7

Day 24

Work day

Day 25

Work day

Day 26

Work day

Day 27

Work day

Day 28

Work day

Day 29

Work day

Day 30

Shabbat  day

End of week 6/7

 Step Two

Next we need to add the appointed day we are to remember from generation to generation. For Month Two we read in Number 9:6-11 that men that are unclean, or on a journey can celebrate Passover on Month Two on Day fourteen.

Numbers 9 (from The Scriptures 1998 version)

6 But there were men who were defiled for a being of a man, so that they were not able to perform the Passover on that day. So they came before Mosheh and Aharon that day,

7 and those men said to him, “We are defiled for the being of a man. Why are we withheld from bringing near the offering of יהוה at its appointed time among the children of Yisra’ĕl?”

8 And Mosheh said to them, “Wait, let me hear what יהוה commands concerning you.”

9 And יהוה spoke to Mosheh, saying,

10 “Speak to the children of Yisra’ĕl, saying, ‘When any male of you or your generations is unclean for a being, or is far away on a journey, he shall still perform the Passover of יהוה.

11 ‘On the fourteenth day of the second month, between the evenings, they perform it – with unleavened bread and bitter herbs they eat it.

In Numbers 9:11 we see a curious phrase, “between the evenings.” This is a traditional understanding of this term, from the Gesenius Lexicon; When the sun visibly dips behind the horizon, this is the first evening, and the second evening is the time while the sun’s light is still visible and all is dark, which is then called the night.

Doing something between the evenings, is the period when you can still see to do things. When slaughtering a lamb, you need to use a sharp knife and this requires some light to be safe in what you are doing.

To get an idea of what makes a man unclean, please read the entire chapters of Leviticus 11, Leviticus 13, and Numbers 5.

Month Three

Step One

The Months with 31 days

In months with 31 days, there is a technical term for this ‘Thirty First’ day; it is “intercalary.” The definition of this word is; A day that is inserted into a calendar to make it harmonize with the year. In some calendars these are leap days, and leap months. The Ancient Calendar given to Enoch does not have any leap days or leap months. It has always been the same each year, and will continue to be consistent from generation to generation.

 Fun Fact about Day 31

Enoch 75
And the leaders of the heads of the thousands, who are placed over the whole creation and over all the stars, have also to do with the four intercalary days, being inseparable from their office. According to the reckoning of the year, these render service on the four days, which are not counted in the calculation of the year.
2 On account of these men go wrong, for those luminaries truly render service on the world-stations, one in the first gate, one in the third gate of the heaven, one in the fourth gate, and one in the sixth gate, and the exactness of the year is accomplished through its separate three hundred and sixty-four stations.
How do we know the First Day and Duration of a Year?
According to Enoch, a year has 364 days. Each year has 52 Sabbaths, every year for all generations. There are no leap days, or leap months. Other calendars count every day of the year. This requires the use of leap days as in a Gregorian calendar, leap months as in a Jewish Lunar-solar calendar.
The way to handle the fact that a year has 365.2422 days in a year is this difference of 1.2422 days is just waited out and not counted. We wait and observe the Spring Equinox to occur. The ancients required a constellation and the point where the sun rose through the constellation during the last observed equinox. When the Spring Equinox is confirmed, that evening at sunset the new year begins. The two witnesses to this first day are the Stars and the Sun. 
You can see how the stars are used at Enoch 74:
12 The sun and the stars bring in all the years exactly, so that they do not advance or delay their position by a single day unto eternity, but complete the years with perfect justice in 364 days.
13 In three solar [and Sidereal] years there are 1,092 days [3 times 364], and in five years 1,820 days [5 times 364], and in eight years there are 2,912 days [8 times 364].
Thirteen weeks for each season and Four seasons, and a total of 52 weeks in the Year
Jubilee 6:23 And on the new moon(first day) of the first month, and on the new moon(first day) of the fourth month, and on the new moon (First Day) of the seventh month, and on the new moon(First Day) of the tenth month are the days of remembrance, and the days of the seasons in the four divisions of the year.  These are written and ordained 24 as a testimony forever.  29 … each had thirteen weeks; from one to another (passed) their memorial, from the first to the second, and from the second to the third, and from the 30 third to the fourth. And all the days of the commandment will be two and fifty weeks of days, and (these will make) the entire year complete.
Another point to bring up from Enoch 74 is the fact that two methods of ensuring accuracy were employed. The solar and sidereal cycles are similar in duration. At Enoch 74:12 The Sun and the stars bring in all the years exactly, so that they do not advance or delay their position by a single day unto eternity, but complete the years with perfect justice in 364 days. A principle in the Hebrew language is that when you double something you are emphasizing its importance. So here we see that two methods are used for verification. This is because of the importance of this ancient calendar.
The Stars have a cycle used for calendars and time keeping. Their cycle is called a Sidereal cycle. The length of a sidereal day is 23.93446 hours. The length of a sidereal year is 365.25 days. Sidereal time is calculated from watching the stars and their relation to the revolution of the earth on its axis and the rotation of earth around the sun. Notice that the times for the day and the year are very similar to that of the solar cycle.
Two witnesses to confirm the first day
The consistency of the star’s location and the sun’s location are used as two witnesses to the first day of the calendar so that we all, from generation to generation, can observe the Sabbath on the same seventh day, and the feast days on their appointed days and times.
The Duration of 24 hours
The Earth revolves around its axis at a fairly constant rate. Its rate is affected by earthquakes and other cosmic influences. Nevertheless, it does change, but the change is so small it is almost undetectable. A leap second was added in 1972, and 40 years later one in 2012. This is a testament to Father’s hand in this situation.
What is a Day?
The Hebrew word yom has several meanings. Using a Gesenius, a Benner, and a Klein Lexicon we see these meanings for the word יום: heat, the day, a day, a festival day, time, at that time, then, at some time, at the time in which – as in the word “when”. The definition of this word is important to consider because the word יום is used in Genesis 1:5 to describe the first day. It was called a yom even though the sun was not created. The sun has nothing to do with the usage of this term. The same is true for Genesis 1:8, and 13. In this case the first three days where counted as days. Perhaps by the precision of the earth’s rotation. Yaha’oha was the light that was provided for those three days. His presence was the light source. As we read in the Revelation of John 22:5 And night shall be no more, and they shall have no need of a lamp or the light of the sun, because יהוה Elohim shall give them light. And they shall reign forever and ever.

Okay, after all that information, here is the Third Month.

Notice that is starts on Day 1 because the Month Two ends on the Day 7

 

 

 

Month Three

 

 

 

1

2

3

4

5

6

Sabbath

Day 1

Work day,

Remember

Exit from Ark, and not to eat blood

Day 2

Work day

Day 3

Work day

Day 4

Work day

Day 5

Work day

Day 6

Work day

Day 7

Seventh day rest, Day of reading the Scroll

End of week 7/7

Day 8

 WORK DAY

Day 9

Work day

Day 10

Work day

 

Day 11

Work day

Day 12

Work day

Day 13

Work day

Day 14

Seventh day rest, Day of reading the Scroll

Day 15

Rest day,

Day 50 of Feast of weeks,

Wave offerings,

Qodaesh

Convocation

 

Day 16

Work day

Day 17

Work day

Day 18

Work day,

 

Day 19

Work day,

 

Day 20

Work day

Day 21

Rest Day,

Sabbath day of meeting

Day 22

Work day,

 

Day 23

Work day

Day 24

Work day

Day 25

Work day

Day 26

Work day

Day 27

Work day

Day 28

Rest Day,

Sabbath day of meeting

Day 29

Work day

Day 30

Work day

Day 31

Work day

 

 

 

 

 Month Four

The first three months were the first quarter of the year. We call it Spring time. The First Day of  Month Four marks the beginning of the next quarter. We call it Summer. The calendar was used for religious and civil activities, and for farmers. For farmers, it was used to mark the time to accomplish activities required to have a successful harvest.

Step One

This is easy. It is repeating Month1. It is the same except for the appointed feast and remembrance days.

You will notice that each quarter repeats. Months 1-3 which are the first quarter, repeat into 4-6 which are the second quarter, and then 6-9 which are the third quarter, and lastly 10-12 which are the fourth quarter.

Month Four

1

2

3

4

5

6

Sabbath

Day 1

Work day This day to Remember the this Season, and the day the fountains in the Earth were closed

Day 2

Work day

Day 3

Work day

Day 4

Seventh day rest, Day of reading the Scroll

Day 5

Work day

Day 6

Work day

Day 7

Work day

Day 8

Work day

Day 9

Work day

Day 10

Work day

Day 11

Seventh day rest, Day of reading the Scroll,

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Day 12

Work Day

Day 13

Work Day,

Day 14

Work Day,

Day 15

Work Day

Day 16

Work Day

Day 17

Work Day,

Day 18

Rest Day,

Sabbath day of meeting

Day 19

Work day

Day 20

Work day

Day 21

Work day

Day 22

Work day

Day 23

Work day

Day 24   Work day

Day 25

Seventh day rest, Day of reading the Scroll,

Day 26

Work day

Day 27

Work day

Day 28

Work day

Day 29

Work day

Day 30

Work day

 In Jubilee 6:23-26 we read the command to remember the first day of this month for two reasons. In Jubilees, and in other scripture, the Hebrew phrase new moon can also be translated as the new of the month, or what we would call the first day.

Jubilee 6:23 And on the new moon of the first month, and on the new moon of the fourth month, and on the new moon of the seventh month, and on the new moon of the tenth month are the days of remembrance, and the days of the seasons in the four divisions of the year. These are written and ordained
24 as a testimony for ever. And Noah ordained them for himself as feasts for the generations for ever,
25 so that they have become thereby a memorial unto him.

26 … And on the new moon of the fourth month the mouths of the depths of the abyss beneath were closed.

Lev 23:

12 ‘And on that day when you wave the sheaf, you shall prepare a male lamb a year old, a perfect one, as a burnt offering to יהוה,

13 and its grain offering: two-tenths of an ĕphah of fine flour mixed with oil, an offering made by fire to יהוה, a sweet fragrance, and its drink offering: one-fourth of a hin of wine.

14 ‘And you do not eat bread or roasted grain or fresh grain until the same day that you have brought an offering to your Elohim – a law forever throughout your generations in all your dwellings.

15 ‘And from the morrow after the Sabbath, from the day that you brought the sheaf of the wave offering, you shall count for yourselves: seven completed Sabbaths.

16 ‘Until the morrow after the seventh Sabbath you count fifty days, then you shall bring a new grain offering to יהוה.

17 ‘Bring from your dwellings for a wave offering two loaves of bread, of two-tenths of an ĕphah of fine flour they are, baked with leaven, first-fruits to יהוה.

18 ‘And besides the bread, you shall bring seven lambs a year old, perfect ones, and one young bull and two rams. They are a burnt offering to יהוה, with their grain offering and their drink offerings, an offering made by fire for a sweet fragrance to יהוה.

19 ‘And you shall offer one male goat as a sin offering, and two male lambs a year old, as a peace offering.

20 ‘And the priest shall wave them, besides the bread of the first-fruits, as a wave offering before יהוה, besides the two lambs. They are set-apart to יהוה for the priest.

21 ‘And on this same day you shall proclaim a set-apart gathering for yourselves, you do no servile work on it – a law forever in all your dwellings throughout your generations.

 Month Five

Step One

Copy and paste the calendar from month two. The day numbers are the same. That’s easy.

Month Five

1

2

3

4

5

6

Sabbath

Day 1

Work day

Day 2

Seventh day rest, Day of reading the Scroll

Day 3

Work day

Day 4

Work day

Day 5

Work day

Day 6

Work day

Day 7

Work day

Day 8

Work day

Day 9

Seventh day rest, Day of reading the Scroll

Day 10

Work day

Day 11

Work day,

Day 12

Work day

Day 13

Work day

Day 14

Work day

S

Day 15

Work day

Day 16

Rest Day,

Sabbath day of meeting

Day 17

Work day

Day 18

Work day

Day 19

Work day

Day 20

Work day

Day 21

Work day

Day 22

Work day

Day 23

Rest Day,

Sabbath day of meeting

Day 24

Work day

Day 25

Work day

Day 26

Work day

Day 27

Work day

Day 28

Work day

Day 29

Work day

Day 30

Shabbat  day

  Month Six

Step One

Copy and paste the calendar from Month Three. The day numbers are the same. That’s easy.

 

 

 

Month Six

 

 

 

1

2

3

4

5

6

Sabbath

Day 1

Work day,

 

Day 2

Work day

Day 3

Work day

Day 4

Work day

Day 5

Work day

Day 6

Work day

Day 7

Seventh day rest, Day of reading the Scroll

 

Day 8

Work Day

 

Day 9

Work day

Day 10

Work day

 

Day 11

Work day

Day 12

Work day

Day 13

Work day

Day 14

Seventh day rest, Day of reading the Scroll

Day 15

Work day

 

Day 16

Work day

Day 17

Work day

Day 18

Work day,

 

Day 19

Work day,

 

Day 20

Work day

Day 21

Rest Day,

Sabbath day of meeting

Day 22

Work day,

 

Day 23

Work day

Day 24

Work day

Day 25

Work day

Day 26

Work day

Day 27

Work day

Day 28

Rest Day,

Sabbath day of meeting

Day 29

Work day

Day 30

Work day

Day 31

Work day

 

 

 

 

Next add the appointed days to the calendar. There are no appointed days this Month Six. That’s easy!

Month Seven

Step One

Copy and paste Month One. The days are the same.

Note that Month Seven is the second set of three months which is an indication that this is the next season. We call it the Fall.

Month Seven

1

2

3

4

5

6

Sabbath

Day 1

Rest day, Qadosh

Convocation,

Day of Trumpets

This day to Remember the changing season, and the waters receding

Day 2

Work day

Day 3

Work day

Day 4

Seventh day rest, Day of reading the Scroll

Day 5

Work day

Day 6

Work day

Day 7

Work day

Day 8

Work day

Day 9

Work day

Day 10

Rest day, Kadosh

Convocation

Day 11

Seventh day rest, Day of reading the Scroll,

.

Day 12

Work Day

Day 13

Work Day,

Day 14

Work Day,

Day 15

Rest Day, Qadosh

 Convocation,first day Feast of Booths, Feast of in-gathering

Day 16

Work Day

Day 17

Work Day,

Day 18

Rest Day,

Sabbath day of meeting

Day 19

Work day

Day 20

Work day

Day 21

Work day

Day 22

Rest day, Kadosh

Convocation,

closing day of feasts

Day 23

Work day

Day 24   Work day

Day 25

Seventh day rest, Day of reading the Scroll,

Day 26

Work day

Day 27

Work day

Day 28

Work day

Day 29

Work day

Day 30

Work day

Next we add the appointed days. There are five days to add.

Trumpets, day 1

Leviticus 23:23 And יהוה spoke to Mosheh, saying,

24 “Speak to the children of Yisra’ĕl, saying, ‘In the seventh month, on the first day of the month, you have a rest, a remembrance of blowing of trumpets, a set-apart gathering.

25 ‘You do no servile work, and you shall bring an offering made by fire to יהוה.’ ”

Numbers 29: 1 ‘And in the seventh month, on the first day of the month, you have a set-apart gathering, you do no servile work, it is a day of blowing the trumpets for you.

2 ‘And you shall prepare a burnt offering as a sweet fragrance to יהוה: one young bull, one ram, seven lambs a year old, perfect ones,

3 and their grain offering: fine flour mixed with oil, three-tenths of an ĕphah for the bull, two-tenths for the ram,

4 and one-tenth for each of the seven lambs,

5 and one male goat as a sin offering, to make atonement for you,

6 besides the burnt offering with its grain offering for the New Moon (first day), the continual burnt offering with its grain offering, and their drink offerings, according to their right-ruling, as a sweet fragrance, an offering made by fire to יהוה.

Remembrance Day, day 1

Jubilee 5: 29 ... and on the new moon of the seventh month all the mouths of the abysses 30 of the earth were opened, and the water began to descend into the deep below.

Jubilee 6:23 And on the new moon (first day) of the first month, and on the new moon (first day) of the fourth month, and on the new moon (first day) of the seventh month, and on the new moon (first day) of the tenth month are the days of remembrance, and the days of the seasons in the four divisions of the year. These are written and ordained

24 as a testimony for ever.

26 …And on the new moon (first day) of the seventh month all the mouths of

27 the abysses of the earth were opened and the waters began to descend into them.

Yom Kapar, days 9-10

Notice that there are two days appointed for Yom Kapar. The first day is for preparation. It is a day of rest, or a sabbath. This is another example of a day of rest, or a day of sabbath that is appointed on a day that is not on the seventh day.

Leviticus 16:

1 And יהוה spoke to Mosheh after the death of the two sons of Aharon, as they drew near before יהוה, and died.

2 And יהוה said to Mosheh, “Speak to Aharon your brother not to come in at all times to the Set-apart Place inside the veil, before the lid of atonement which is on the ark, lest he die, because I appear in the cloud above the lid of atonement.

3 “With this Aharon should come into the Set-apart Place: with the blood of a young bull as a sin offering, and of a ram as a burnt offering.

4 “He should put on the set-apart linen long shirt, with linen trousers on his flesh, and gird himself with a linen girdle, and be dressed with the linen turban – they are set-apart garments. And he shall bathe his body in water, and shall put them on.

5 “And from the congregation of the children of Yisra’ĕl he takes two male goats as a sin offering, and one ram as a burnt offering.

6 “And Aharon shall bring the bull as a sin offering, which is for himself, and make atonement for himself and for his house.

7 “And he shall take the two goats and let them stand before יהוה at the door of the Tent of Meeting.

8 “And Aharon shall cast lots for the two goats, one lot for יהוה and the other lot for Azazel.

9 “And Aharon shall bring the goat on which the lot for יהוה fell, and shall prepare it as a sin offering.

10 “But the goat on which the lot for Azazel fell is caused to stand alive before יהוה, to make atonement upon it, to send it into the wilderness to Azazel.

11 “And Aharon shall bring the bull of the sin offering, which is for himself, and make atonement for himself and for his house, and shall slaughter the bull as the sin offering which is for himself,

12 and shall take a fire holder filled with burning coals of fire from the altar before יהוה, with his hands filled with sweet incense beaten fine, and shall bring it inside the veil.

13 “And he shall put the incense on the fire before יהוה, and the cloud of incense shall cover the lid of atonement which is on the Witness, lest he die.

14 “And he shall take some of the blood of the bull and sprinkle it with his finger on the lid of atonement on the east side, also in front of the lid of atonement he sprinkles some of the blood with his finger seven times.

15 “And he shall slaughter the goat of the sin offering, which is for the people, and shall bring its blood inside the veil, and shall do with that blood as he did with the blood of the bull, and sprinkle it on the lid of atonement and in front of the lid of atonement.

16 “And he shall make atonement for the Set-apart Place, because of the uncleanness of the children of Yisra’ĕl, and because of their transgressions in all their sins. And so he does for the Tent of Meeting which is dwelling with them in the midst of their uncleanness.

17 “And no man should be in the Tent of Meeting when he goes in to make atonement in the Set-apart Place, until he comes out. And he shall make atonement for himself, and for his household, and for all the assembly of Yisra’ĕl.

18 “And he shall go out to the altar that is before יהוה, and make atonement for it. And he shall take some of the blood of the bull and some of the blood of the goat, and put it on the horns of the altar all around.

19 “And he shall sprinkle some of the blood on it with his finger seven times, and cleanse it, and set it apart from the uncleanness of the children of Yisra’ĕl.

20 “And when he has finished atoning for the Set-apart Place, and the Tent of Meeting, and the altar, he shall bring the live goat.

21 “Then Aharon shall lay both his hands on the head of the live goat, and shall confess over it all the crookednesses of the children of Yisra’ĕl, and all their transgressions in all their sins, and shall put them on the head of the goat, and shall send it away into the wilderness by the hand of a fit man.

22 “And the goat shall bear on itself all their crookednesses, to a land cut off. Thus he shall send the goat away into the wilderness.

23 “Aharon shall then come into the Tent of Meeting, and shall take off the linen garments which he put on when he went into the Set-apart Place, and shall leave them there.

24 “And he shall bathe his body in water in the set-apart place, and shall put on his garments, and shall come out and prepare his burnt offering and the burnt offering of the people, and make atonement for himself and for the people,

25 and burn the fat of the sin offering on the altar.

26 “And he who sent away the goat to Azazel washes his garments, and shall bathe his body in water, and afterward he comes into the camp.

27 “And the bull for the sin offering and the goat for the sin offering, whose blood was brought in to make atonement in the Set-apart Place, is brought outside the camp. And they shall burn their skins, and their flesh, and their dung with fire.

28 “And he who burns them washes his garments, and shall bathe his body in water, and afterward he comes into the camp.

29 “And this shall be for you a law forever: In the seventh month, on the tenth day of the month, you afflict your beings, and do no work, the native or the stranger who sojourns among you.

30 “For on that day he makes atonement for you, to cleanse you, to be clean from all your sins before יהוה.

31 “It is a Sabbath of rest for you, and you shall afflict your beings – a law forever.

32 “And the priest, who is anointed and ordained to serve as priest in his father’s place, shall make atonement, and shall put on the linen garments, the set-apart garments,

33 and he shall make atonement for the Most Set-apart Place, and make atonement for the Tent of Meeting and for the altar, and make atonement for the priests and for all the people of the assembly.

34 “And this shall be for you a law forever, to make atonement for the children of Yisra’ĕl, for all their sins, once a year.” And he did as יהוה commanded Mosheh.

Leviticus 23: 26 And יהוה spoke to Mosheh, saying,

27 “On the tenth day of this seventh month is the Day of Atonement. It shall be a set-apart gathering for you. And you shall afflict your beings, and shall bring an offering made by fire to יהוה.

28 “And you do no work on that same day, for it is the Day of Atonement, to make atonement for you before יהוה your Elohim.

29 “For any being who is not afflicted on that same day, he shall be cut off from his people.

30 “And any being who does any work on that same day, that being I shall destroy from the midst of his people.

31 “You do no work – a law forever throughout your generations in all your dwellings.

32 ‘It is a Sabbath of rest to you, and you shall afflict your beings. On the ninth day of the month at evening, from evening to evening, you observe your Sabbath.”

Leviticus 16:31 from The Translation version
31 This is a day to stop all labor to celebrate the sabbath of the One who provides rest.  And you are to look and sigh out of a passionate expression of sorrow and grief.

You who has solemnly, and with a loud voice cried out when you realized you have done an action that causes a stain.

You who do these things, to celebrate the rest of the One who provides rest and cry out in sorrow for these stains, will find refreshment and bring life to those who pine for the laws and ordinances of Heaven.

In this translated version of Leviticus 16:31 above, notice that the word afflict is ענה and it has two definitions. The first one is used to describe; to sing, to call, to read, solemnly with a loud voice, to lift up the voice, to begin to speak, to answer, to signify h6030. The second definition is to make someone to labor, to exercise oneself in something, to be afflicted as in depressed and oppressed, to submit to someone, to fast h6031. On a day of rest we are not to work, so the second definition should not be used. This translation uses the first definition.

Numbers 29:7 ‘And on the tenth day of this seventh month you have a set-apart gathering, and you shall afflict your beings, you do no work.

8 ‘And you shall bring near a burnt offering to יהוה, a sweet fragrance: one young bull, one ram, seven lambs a year old, perfect ones they are for you,

9 and their grain offering: fine flour mixed with oil, three-tenths of an ĕphah for the bull, two-tenths for the one ram,

10 one-tenth for each of the seven lambs,

11 one male goat as a sin offering, besides the sin offering for atonement, the continual burnt offering with its grain offering, and their drink offerings.

Feast of Tabernacles (sukkot) and Feast of In-Gathering, days 15-22

Festival of Tabernacles (sukkot) days 15-21

Leviticus 23:33 And יהוה spoke to Mosheh, saying,

34 “Speak to the children of Yisra’ĕl, saying, ‘On the fifteenth day of this seventh month is the Festival of Booths for seven days to יהוה.

35 ‘On the first day is a set-apart gathering, you do no servile work.

36 ‘For seven days you bring an offering made by fire to יהוה. On the eighth day there shall be a set-apart gathering for you, and you shall bring an offering made by fire to יהוה. It is a closing festival, you do no servile work.

37 ‘These are the appointed times of יהוה which you proclaim as set-apart gatherings, to bring an offering made by fire to יהוה, a burnt offering and a grain offering, a slaughtering and drink offerings, as commanded for every day –

38 besides the Sabbaths of יהוה, and besides your gifts, and besides all your vows, and besides all your voluntary offerings which you give to יהוה.

Feast of In-Gathering days 15-21

Leviticus 23:

39 ‘On the fifteenth day of the seventh month, when you gather in the fruit of the land, observe the festival of יהוה for seven days. On the first day is a rest, and on the eighth day a rest.

40 ‘And you shall take for yourselves on the first day the fruit of good trees, branches of palm trees, twigs of leafy trees, and willows of the stream, and shall rejoice before יהוה your Elohim for seven days.

41 ‘And you shall observe it as a festival to יהוה for seven days in the year – a law forever in your generations. Observe it in the seventh month.

42 ‘Dwell in booths for seven days; all who are native Yisra’ĕlites dwell in booths,

43 so that your generations know that I made the children of Yisra’ĕl dwell in booths when I brought them out of the land of Mitsrayim. I am יהוה your Elohim.’ ”

Exodus 23 15 – and do not appear before Me empty-handed;

16 and the Festival of the Harvest, the first-fruits of your labours which you have sown in the field; and the Festival of the Ingathering at the outgoing of the year, when you have gathered in the fruit of your labours from the field.

17 “Three times in the year all your males are to appear before the Master יהוה.

Notice here in verse 15-17 that all males must attend, and they are not to show up empty handed and must contribute to the celebration.

Numbers 29:12 ‘And on the fifteenth day of the seventh month you have a set-apart gathering, you do no servile work. And you shall observe a festival to יהוה seven days,

Day 22 closing day of these two festivals is both a rest day and a Holy Convocation

Numbers 29:35 ‘On the eighth day you have an assembly, you do no servile work,

36 and you shall bring near a burnt offering, an offering made by fire, a sweet fragrance to יהוה: one bull, one ram, seven lambs a year old, perfect ones,

37 their grain offering and their drink offerings for the bull, for the ram, and for the lambs, by their number, according to the right-ruling,

38 and one goat as a sin offering, besides the continual burnt offering, its grain offering, and its drink offering.

Month 8

Step One

We need to copy and paste Month Two, because the days are the same. That’s easy. There are no feasts in this Month.

Month Eight

1

2

3

4

5

6

Sabbath

Day 1

Work day

Day 2

Seventh day rest, Day of reading the Scroll

Day 3

Work day

Day 4

Work day

Day 5

Work day

Day 6

Work day

Day 7

Work day

Day 8

Work day

Day 9

Seventh day rest, Day of reading the Scroll

Day 10

Work day

Day 11

Work day,

Day 12

Work day

Day 13

Work day

Day 14

Work day

S

Day 15

Work day

Day 16

Rest Day,

Sabbath day of meeting

Day 17

Work day

Day 18

Work day

Day 19

Work day

Day 20

Work day

Day 21

Work day

Day 22

Work day

Day 23

Rest Day,

Sabbath day of meeting

Day 24

Work day

Day 25

Work day

Day 26

Work day

Day 27

Work day

Day 28

Work day

Day 29

Work day

Day 30

Shabbat  day

Month 9

Step One

We need to copy and paste Month Three. That’s easy. There are no feasts for this Month.

 

 

 

Month Nine

 

 

 

1

2

3

4

5

6

Sabbath

Day 1

Work day,

 

Day 2

Work day

Day 3

Work day

Day 4

Work day

Day 5

Work day

Day 6

Work day

Day 7

Seventh day rest, Day of reading the Scroll

 

Day 8

Work Day

 

Day 9

Work day

Day 10

Work day

 

Day 11

Work day

Day 12

Work day

Day 13

Work day

Day 14

Seventh day rest, Day of reading the Scroll

Day 15

Work day

 

Day 16

Work day

Day 17

Work day

Day 18

Work day,

 

Day 19

Work day,

 

Day 20

Work day

Day 21

Rest Day,

Sabbath day of meeting

Day 22

Work day,

 

Day 23

Work day

Day 24

Work day

Day 25

Work day

Day 26

Work day

Day 27

Work day

Day 28

Rest Day,

Sabbath day of meeting

Day 29

Work day

Day 30

Work day

Day 31

Work day

 

 

 

 

Month 10

Step One

We need to copy and paste Month One, because the days are the same. There is only one remembrance day.

Month Ten

1

2

3

4

5

6

Sabbath

Day 1

Work day

This day to Remember the changing season, and the mountain tops

Day 2

Work day

Day 3

Work day

Day 4

Seventh day rest, Day of reading the Scroll

Day 5

Work day

Day 6

Work day

Day 7

Work day

Day 8

Work day

Day 9

Work day

Day 10 Work Day

Day 11

Seventh day rest, Day of reading the Scroll,

.

Day 12

Work Day

Day 13

Work Day,

Day 14

Work Day,

Day 15

Work Day,

Day 16

Work Day

Day 17

Work Day,

Day 18

Rest Day,

Sabbath day of meeting

Day 19

Work day

Day 20

Work day

Day 21

Work day

Day 22

Work day,

Day 23

Work day

Day 24   Work day

Day 25

Seventh day rest, Day of reading the Scroll,

Day 26

Work day

Day 27

Work day

Day 28

Work day

Day 29

Work day

Day 30

Work day

The tenth month is the last of four quarters. It is the beginning of the season we call winter.

Jubilee 6:23 And on the new moon of the first month, and on the new moon of the fourth month, and on the new moon of the seventh month, and on the new moon of the tenth month are the days of remembrance, and the days of the seasons in the four divisions of the year.  These are written and ordained 24 as a testimony for ever.

For it was on the first day of the tenth month that Noah saw the tops of the mountains.

Jubilee 5:30 … And on the new moon of the tenth month the tops of the mountains were seen, …

                                                          Month 11

Step One

We need to copy and paste Month Two, because the days are the same.  There are no days of appointment or remembrance this month.

Month Eleven

1

2

3

4

5

6

Sabbath

Day 1

Work day

Day 2

Seventh day rest, Day of reading the Scroll

Day 3

Work day

Day 4

Work day

Day 5

Work day

Day 6

Work day

Day 7

Work day

Day 8

Work day

Day 9

Seventh day rest, Day of reading the Scroll

Day 10

Work day

Day 11

Work day,

Day 12

Work day

Day 13

Work day

Day 14

Work day

S

Day 15

Work day

Day 16

Rest Day,

Sabbath day of meeting

Day 17

Work day

Day 18

Work day

Day 19

Work day

Day 20

Work day

Day 21

Work day

Day 22

Work day

Day 23

Rest Day,

Sabbath day of meeting

Day 24

Work day

Day 25

Work day

Day 26

Work day

Day 27

Work day

Day 28

Work day

Day 29

Work day

Day 30

Shabbat  day

Month 12

Step One

Copy and Paste Month Three, because the days are the same. There are no days of appointment or remembrance this month.

 

 

 

Month Tweive

 

 

 

1

2

3

4

5

6

Sabbath

Day 1

Work day,

 

Day 2

Work day

Day 3

Work day

Day 4

Work day

Day 5

Work day

Day 6

Work day

Day 7

Seventh day rest, Day of reading the Scroll

 

Day 8

Work Day

 

Day 9

Work day

Day 10

Work day

 

Day 11

Work day

Day 12

Work day

Day 13

Work day

Day 14

Seventh day rest, Day of reading the Scroll

Day 15

Work day

 

Day 16

Work day

Day 17

Work day

Day 18

Work day,

 

Day 19

Work day,

 

Day 20

Work day

Day 21

Rest Day,

Sabbath day of meeting

Day 22

Work day,

 

Day 23

Work day

Day 24

Work day

Day 25

Work day

Day 26

Work day

Day 27

Work day

Day 28

Rest Day,

Sabbath day of meeting

Day 29

Work day

Day 30

Work day

Day 31

Work day

 

 

 

 

 Time to Wait

Month 12, day 31 is the last day of the calendar, and it is the 364th day in the calendar.

So now we wait. In this waiting period we do not count the day number. There are actually 1.2422 days in this waiting period. It seems odd in a society that counts every minute as if they are precious, to have a waiting period that is not counted.

We simply wait it out, and confirm the Spring Equinox has occurred.  This waiting period becomes like a reset button on a timing device. When the Spring Equinox is confirmed, in that evening we start Month One, Day 1.

This repeats for Generation, to Generation, and it never changes. This calendar is the same today, as it was in the Time of Enoch when he first received it from the Sky traveler/ the author.

Additional Items  

Command for Men to appear, three times

Exodus 34:21 “Six days you work, but on the seventh day you rest – in ploughing time and in harvest you rest.

22 “And perform the Festival of Weeks for yourself, of the first-fruits of wheat harvest, and the Festival of Ingathering at the turn of the year.

23 “Three times in the year all your men are to appear before the Master, יהוה, the Elohim of Yisra’ĕl,

 Command to wear Tzitziyot , days 1-364

Numbers 15:37 And יהוה spoke to Mosheh, saying,

38 “Speak to the children of Yisra’ĕl, and you shall say to them to make tzitziyot on the corners of their garments throughout their generations, and to put a blue cord in the tzitzit of the corners.

39 “And it shall be to you for a tzitzit, and you shall see it, and shall remember all the commands of יהוה and shall do them, and not search after your own heart and your own eyes after which you went whoring,

40 so that you remember, and shall do all My commands, and be set-apart unto your Elohim.

41 “I am יהוה your Elohim, who brought you out of the land of Mitsrayim, to be your Elohim. I am יהוה your Elohim.”

How to Determine the Spring Equinox

The most important thing to do is to determine the date and time of the Spring Equinox.

The easiest thing to do today is look it up from data provided by some astronomical service. Here is an example site: http://www.timeanddate.com/calendar/march-equinox.html Many sites let you enter your location. Remember that March 20th in the Americas is March 21st in Asia. This is due to the international date line.

 Combining the Gregorian calendar 2014 and the Calendar Revealed to Enoch

For all practical reasons, I will show how to couple the Gregorian Calendar to the Calendar revealed to Enoch. This 2014 calendar set is relative to people who live east of the international date line. As in people living in North America. See below, calendars for people living west of the date line.

Month One Using Calendar

2014

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4

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6

Sabbath

3/21 Day 1 of the year

Work day

Evening of Spring Equinox,

This day to Remember the Ark

3/22 Day 2

Work day

3/23 Day 3

Work day

3/24     Day 4

Seventh day rest, Day of reading the Scroll

E.  Explanation of Enoch’s calendar By Wayne Thibodeaux

also: http://man-child.com/?p=2254

 

F. Taken from “THE JUBILEE CALENDAR” by Mikhael Bauer 

“….The Encyclopedia of Religion And Ethics records that even into the 9th Century C.E. remaining Zaddikim observed Solar months of 30 days, similar to this Egyptian Solar Calendar. The Zaddikim (called the Sadducees in the English Bible) were a sect formed of Priests, merchants, and aristocrats. Their name derives from Zadok, the high priest in the days of King David. Y’chezkel (Ezekiel 40:46; 43:19 & 44:10-15) selected this family as worthy of being entrusted with the control of the Mikdash. They were the conservative priestly group, holding to the older doctrines.

The Qumran Community, composed of these Zaddikim observed the Solar Jubilee Calendar.

Moshe had been educated as a prince in Egypt. His knowledge of the solar calendar was evidently passed to his brother Aharon; and this knowledge remained with Aharon and the priesthood. Egypt kept a year of 365 days. Every four years this calendar would fall one day short of the solar cycle. The Jubilee (solar) calendar, with 364 days, would fall five days short in the same period of time. However by observing the Biblical command concerning when to begin the year, this calendar would remain correct – and the High Holy Days would fall on the same day of the week every year.

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“The distinguished scholar Geza Vermes has written ‘To the (Qumran) Community this (the Lunar calendar) was an abomination of the Gentiles and directly counter to the certain Law from the mouth of G-d. It had itself (the Qumran Community) inherited, probably from priestly circles, a solar calendar based on the laws of the Great Light in heaven (Gen. 1:14) in which the year was divided into fifty-two weeks exactly; into, that is to say, four seasons of thirteen weeks'” (Pfeiffer, p. 75; Levy, 1983). Hebrew University Professor S. Talmon’s book, “The World of Qumran from Within,” contains a table outlining the Jubilee solar calendar, which, unlike the lunar calendar of Rabbinic Judaism, is remarkable for its regularity. Professor Talmon shows the first day of the New Year always falls on Wednesday ( the 4th day of the week; there is NO Wednesday in the 1st century). This meant that the Day of Atonement always fell on a Friday ( the 6th day of the week); Sukkot on a Wednesday( the 4th day of the week); Pesach on a Wednesday (the 4th day of the week); and the Feast of Weeks on a Sunday ( the 1st day of the week). Shemaryahu Talmon. The World of Qumran from Within (Jerusalem, 1989).

Found among the other scrolls at Qumran were the Book of Jubilees (Sefer Yobel) and the Book of Enoch; both of which explain the Hebrew version of the solar calendar. Until these scrolls were found at Qumran they had been only extant in the Ethiopic and Greek, since the early 1800’s. The Temple Scroll from Qumran affirms that this was the calendar used by the Community; besides being the calendar used by the Zaddikim (Sadducees). The Encyclopedia Judaica advises that the Falasha Jews use the calendar of the Book of Jubilees, and base their ritual observances on it (Vol. 10, p. 326). Kenneth A. Strand (Strand, pp. 33-45) advances persuasive arguments that “the 364 days fixed solar ‘priestly’ calendar… could well have been adopted by a segment of early (messianic Jews).” Since Shavuot/Pentecost always falls on “Sunday” ( the first day of the week, there is NO Sunday in the 1st century) on this calendar, Strand sees a possible inference in some gentile minds for the observance of “Sunday.”

If we can consider the Book of Jubilees as midrash, as it was undoubtedly intended, we find that the solar calendar consisted of 364 days, divided into four seasons of three months each, thirteen weeks to a season. Each month had thirty days, with one day intercalated for each of the four seasons. There were exactly fifty-two weeks in the year, the first day of the first month always falling on Wednesday (the 4th day of the week). Thus the festivals would always recur on exactly the same day of the week each year.

The year began on the fourth day of the week (Wednesday) because it was explicitly written in the opening chapter of Genesis: “And Elohim said, ‘Let there be lights in the firmament of the heavens to separate the day from the night; and let them be for signs and for seasons and for days and years…’ And it was so… And there was evening and there was morning, a fourth day” (vs. 14-19). A traditional explanation for beginning each year and season on the 4th day of the week is found in the Talmud (“Rosh Hashanah” 11a): according to tradition the world was created in the (first month – Abib), and as the recognized era is reckoned from that event, an attempt was made to calculate the date of the conjunction which began the first month of Abib. The result arrived at was 4th day of the week, 9h, 642p,… i.e. Wednesday, 3h. 35’40” after midnight.

So then, the ancient Hebrews, believing the first day of the first year would have begun on the 4th day of the week – began each calendar year on this day of the week.”

G. Regarding the translation of first day of the month “Rosh Chodesh     ” is the New Day and NOT the new Moon…

 A different Article attach here, Click for PDF : Chodesh means month NOT moon

  • Some evidence as to the importance of this apparent FORGOTTEN day… Rosh Chodesh is the name for the beginning of Every month in the Hebrew calendar. The Hebrew phrase Rosh Chodesh has been incorrectly translated “new moon” to allow the false rabbinic calendar to be accepted by the unknowing. The literal translation is “Head (Rosh) of the Month (Chodesh),” and is used in context as meaning new month. The Dead Sea Scrolls use this same phrase throughout the scrolls that lay out the solar calendar with its feasts. The word CHODESH is used over 256 times in the Old Testament and always refers to a MONTH, solar month, not a moon of any type. Numbers 28:11 And in the beginning of your MONTHS -Chodesh you shall offer a burnt offering to Eloah: two young bulls, and one ram, seven lambs of the first year without spot, Numbers 28:12 and three tenth parts of flour for a food offering, mixed with oil, for one bull, and two-tenth parts of flour for a food offering, mixed with oil, for one ram; Numbers 28:13 and a separate tenth part of flour mixed with oil for a food offering to one lamb, for a burnt offering of a sweet savor, a fire offering to Eloah. Numbers 28:14 And their drink offerings shall be half a hin of wine to a bull, and the third of a hin to a ram, and a fourth a hin to a lamb. This is the burnt offering of Every MONTH-Chodesh throughout the MONTHS-Chodesh of the year. Numbers 28:15 And one kid of the goats for a sin offering to Jahwah shall be prepared, besides the continual burnt offering and its drink offering. Numbers 29:6 besides the burnt offering of the MONTH-Chodesh, and its food offering, and the daily burnt offering, and its food offering, and their drink offerings, according to their ordinance, for a sweet savor, a fire offering to Eloah. 1Ch 23:31 And they were to offer all burnt sacrifices to Eloah in the Shabbat, in the Chodesh, and on the set feasts, by number, according to the order commanded to them, continually before Eloah, 1 Samuel 20:5 And David said to Jonathan, Behold, tomorrow is the Chodesh, and I should not fail to sit at table with the king. But let me go so that I may hide myself in the field until the third day at Evening. 1Samuel 20:27 And it happened on the next day, the second day of the Chodesh, David’s place was empty. And Saul said to his son Jonathan, Why does the son of Jesse not come to the meal, neither yesterday nor today? 1Samuel 20:34 and Jonathan rose from the table in fierce anger, and did not eat food on the second day of the Chodesh. For he was grieved for David, because his father had put him to shame.
  • Given the very first commandment to the Hebrew nation was one pertaining to the Rosh Chodesh should be an indication of its supreme importance. If this ordinance was of no importance there would have been no reason for its banning during the period of the Syrian-Greek persecution. As it was, the Rosh Chodesh was one of only three commandments whose observance was prohibited. The other two forbidden commandments were the Shabbat and circumcision, proof enough that the observance of the Rosh Chodesh had great significance. Observing the Rosh Chodesh is so important that Hosea is told by Elah that He will take away HIS Rosh Chodesh as one of the penalties for not obeying HIS WORD, WORSHIPING IDOLS and RELYING ON THE BEAST SYSTEM. Hosea 2:1 Speak to your brethren, Ammi (H5971 My People), and to your sister, Ruhamah (H7355 Shown Mercy upon)! Hosea 2:2 Plead with your mother! Plead! For she is not my wife, and I am not her husband… After much warning and pleading Elah has divorced His people due to their idolatry. …And I will lift away her harlotry from in front of me, and her adultery from between her breasts; Hosea 2:3 Lest I strip her naked, and set her as in the day that she was born, and make her as a wilderness, and set her like a dry land, and slay her with thirst. Hosea 2:4 And I will not have mercy upon her children; for they be the children of whoredoms. Hosea 2:5 For their mother hath played the harlot: she that conceived them hath done shamefully: for she said, I will go after my lovers, that give me my bread and my water, my wool and my flax, mine oil and my drink. Hosea 2:6 Therefore, behold, I will hedge up thy way with thorns, and make a wall, that she shall not find her paths. Hosea 2:7 And she shall follow after her lovers, but she shall not overtake them; and she shall seek them, but shall not find them: then shall she say, I will go and return to my first husband; for then was it better with me than now. Hosea 2:8 For she did not know that I gave her grain, and wine, and oil, and multiplied her silver and gold, which they prepared for Baal. Hosea 2:9 Therefore will I return, and take away my grain in the time thereof, and my wine in the season thereof, and will recover my wool and my flax given to cover her nakedness.
    Eloah removes His blessings and coverings, allowing His people to uncovered and unprotected. Hosea 2:10 And now will I discover her lewdness in the sight of her lovers, and none shall deliver her out of mine hand. Hosea 2:11 I will also cause all her joy to cease, her feast days, her ROSH CHODESH, and her SHABBAT, and ALL HER APPOINTED FEASTS. Hosea 2:12 And I will destroy her vines and her fig trees, of which she has said, They are my rewards that my lovers have given me. And I will make them a forest, and the beasts of the field shall eat them. Hosea 2:13 And I will visit on her the days of the Baals, in which she burned incense to them, and she adorned herself with her nose-rings and her jewels, and she went after her lovers and forgot Me, says Elah. Rosh Chodesh is neither a weekly Shabbat, a 6 day work day, nor is it an annual Feast Day with the exception of Yom Teruah. It is a day unto itself, which serves as a marker between the ending month and the new month. 2 Kings 4:17 And the woman conceived and bore a son at that time that Elisha had said to her, according to the time of life. 2 Kings 4:18 And the boy grew, and the day came that he went out to his father to the reapers. 2 Kings 4:19 And he said to his father, My head, my head! And he said to a lad, carry him to his mother. 2 Kings 4:20 And he carried him and brought him to his mother. And he sat on her knees until noon and died. 2 Kings 4:21 And she went up and laid him on the bed of the man of Eloah, and shut the door on him and went out. 2 Kings 4:22 And she called to her husband and said, Please send me one of the young men and one of the asses so that I may run to the man of Eloah and come again. 2 Kings 4:23 And he said, Why will you go to him today? It is neither Rosh Chodesh nor Shabbat. And she said, It is well. We see evidence here that both the Rosh Chodesh and Shabbat are referenced equally significant, but NOT THE SAME. Her husband said why will you go to him today? Why would he ask? Because it was a work day as they had been out in the field reaping- the people would have ceased from their normal labors to assemble in the synagogues to hear the Torah read on the Shabbat and Rosh Chodesh days.
    Ezekiel 46:1 Thus saith Eloah: The gate of the inner court that looks toward the east shall be shut the six working days; but on the Shabbat day it shall be opened, and in the day of the Rosh Chodesh it shall be opened. Ezekiel 46:2 And the prince shall enter by the way of the porch of the gate without, and shall stand by the post of the gate, and the priests shall prepare his burnt-offering and his peace-offerings, and he shall worship at the threshold of the gate; then he shall go forth; but the gate shall not be shut until the Evening. Ezekiel 46:3 Likewise the people of the land shall worship at the door of that gate before Eloah in the Shabbats and in the Rosh Chodesh. Ezekiel 46:4 And the burnt-offering that the prince shall offer unto Eloah shall be in the Shabbat day six lambs without blemish and a ram without blemish; Ezekiel 46:5 and the meal-offering shall be an ephah for the ram, and the meal-offering for the lambs as he is able to give, and a hin of oil to an ephah. Ezekiel 46:6 And in the day of the Rosh Chodesh it shall be a young bullock without blemish; and six lambs, and a ram; they shall be without blemish; Ezekiel 46:7 and he shall prepare a meal-offering, an ephah for the bullock, and an ephah for the ram, and for the lambs according as his means suffice, and a hin of oil to an ephah. Ezekiel 46:8 And when the prince shall enter, he shall go in by the way of the porch of the gate, and he shall go forth by the way thereof. Ezekiel 46:9 But when the people of the land shall come before Elah in the appointed seasons- Mo’edim, he that entereth by the way of the north gate to worship shall go forth by the way of the south gate; and he that entereth by the way of the south gate shall go forth by the way of the north gate; he shall not return by the way of the gate whereby he came in, but shall go forth straight before him. Ezekiel instructs us as to the sacrifices Eloah expected at the different Mo’edim. We can clearly see that the Rosh Chodesh has an addition of the young bullock. This marks this day as a set-aside day which is the leader for the following thirty days and Shabbat cycle.

 

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    What Calendar Did Yahushua Keep – Whose Report Will We Believe?

    Abstract:

    This paper demonstrates how astronomical, historical and biblical evidence directly points to Yahushua’s Passover meal as described in Mark 14:12-26 as being:

    1) a most significant lawful Passover and not a “last supper”,

    2) that Yahushua’s very timing of His Passover meal speaks loudly concerning the biblical calendar He is observing,

    3) that 30 CE is the only year where the astronomical events are closely associated to permit precisely 1 day difference between Yahushua’s Passover and the Temple’s calendar for the Passover,

    4) that 30 CE is the only year where the timing of the proper astronomical events of the year permit the fulfillment of Yahushua’s sign of three days and three nights, and

    5) the timing of the astronomical events occurring in that year, together with the biblical account of Yahushua’s behaviour reveal that the first sliver new moon was not observed by the Temple calendar in the year of His suffering.

    The issue of the biblical calendar is not simply a central issue of passion to messianics but, at its highest level it is at the heart of all institutionalized religions of the so-called “Abrahamic faiths”, and as such the most significant theological issue second only to the deity of Yahushua Messiah.

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