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Attached below here is a quick reply to one of our readers most recent question that concerning the subject of DSS Enoch calendar issue, and which is also the most concerned subject that many of you have been asking, here is the reply:

Dear beloved brother, a quick reply to inform you that we are on the same page:

  1. YES. The day begins in the morning Check this out!
  2. YES. The MessiYAH was lay in the heart of the earth in day time before HE was placed in the grave! YES, HE was raised on the 3rd day!
    Please refer to our updated article with the same subject.
  3. You are correct, we should do one latest summary of our final research on this calendar subject matter. Sorry for the confusing researched papers ( published articles ) throughout the years that have been “improved/changed” as our understanding shifted. For now, we only tracked and matched the DDS 6 years priestly calendar according to Enoch with only and straightly 364 days yearly with 52 “Shabbats” not weeks, and the 1st day, we only start the year on the 4th day of the first week of the new year… by doing it, we discovered that we are observing the exact same day same month and the same 6 years uninterrupted priestly order ( for example, this coming year 2021/20222 is the 3rd year of this priestly order circle) , hence, even though after 2000+ years between us and them, we are sharing the same calendar even with the moon position monthly with the same priest on duty every 6 years circle!!!! And this was supported with scripture records as well as Jewish history when they mentioned of particular priestly order was on duty at that day of that month! And because of this, we also know how to identify the sabbatical years and Jubilee years according to the scriptures. The numbers match perfectly! We have done this exercise in Chinese, will try to describe it in English for this coming new Year of YHWH! Amein.

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Additional proof that our calendar is corresponding to the exactly same calendar that Noah was using on the Flood account recorded in the book of Genesis:

GENESIS 6-8 Calendar Noah Flood based on Enoch DDS 364days Counting.pdf



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  1. Damian Iaria Reply

    Shalom . Is the 1st day of the year the day of the equinox or the day after the equinox being the 4th day of the week?

    • It is the first day of the new circle of 364yom/days new year according to the DSS priestly order calendar! Here are the major 2021 Moed-Feast dates:

      March 17- New Year Aviv1
      March 30-Passover
      March 31-Unleavened Bread day 1
      April 6- Unleavened Bread day 7
      April 11- New Barley/Omer day 1
      May 30- Shavuot
      July 18- New Wine
      September 5- New Oil
      September 12- New Wood
      September 15- Yom Teruah
      September 24- Yom Kippur
      September 29- Sukkot Day 1
      October 5th Sukkot Day 7
      October 6- Shemini Atzeret Day after Sukkoth

    • Shalom Brother Damian, It Is NOT the 1st day of the year the day of the equinox( It can be if it is happened on the 4th day of the week! It is also not necessary on the day after the equinox being the 4th day of the week! It can be before it as long as it is the closest $th day of the week during the Spring Equinox. You will find a simple and clear explanation on how to find the Aviv 1 in each new year start from our current 265.24 Gregorian Calendar!

  2. Damian Iaria Reply

    Is sabbath always Saturday every year or does it shift a day every year and 2 days on a leap year ?

    • Yes. Sabbath always Saturday every year!
      From our studies so far we can assert the following few details as facts:

      -The Vernal Spring Equinox is The Sign that a New Torah Year can or is in its right season to begin. It can fall on any day within the same Spring Equinox Week, when the 364 day count ends!

      -Both the Vernal & Fall Equinoxes are confirmed by the shadows throughout the day making a straight line. A second witness is that only on the Spring and Fall Equinoxes does the moon rise in the east, in the same exact window that the sun sets in the west. A 3rd witness is that the year begins in the constellation of Pisces for at least another 400 or so years.

      -Every 3 years Aviv 1 starts with a full moon on years 1 and 4 of a 6 year priestly cycle! That is when the full moon occurs on the same day as Aviv 1 which occurs, that same Wednesday, during Spring Equinox Week.

      -That the first 4th day of the week Yom Revee [the first Wednesday] after Day 364 [always on a Tuesday] is always Aviv 1 each and every year based on the Torah command of a 364 day year. The Wednesday CLOSEST TO THE SPRING EQUINOX DAY [either before or after] DURING the Spring Equinox Week, Sunday-Shabbat, is always Aviv 1. For example, if the Spring Equinox is on a Friday, Aviv 1 is the prior Wednesday, as going back 2 days is closer than forwarding 4 days to the following Wednesday. Not to mention, the following Wednesday is a new week, the week AFTER the Spring Equinox! Aviv 1 must be after 364 days are counted fully and within the Spring Equinox week, not the week before or after!

      -That the Torah year always starts on a 4th Day-Yom Revee, Wednesday & always ends on a 3rd Day-Yom Shleshee, Tuesday & is exactly 364 days as required by Torah, The New Covenant & Enoch.

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