The Hebrew Calendar Calculation


The Hebrew Calendar Calculation


According to the book of Enoch and the book Jubilees, we belief that the last day of the year is when there is equal time night and equal time day. That day is a sabbath. The next day is the first day of the year.


How to calculate/observe the time:


•Dan.2:21: YAHUAH is in charge of time

•The Book of Jubilees chapter 4:16-18: introducing of Enoch as an “expert” of time.

•Jub.6:30-32, Book of Enoch, 75:2-3, 82:6: a year consists of 364 days, 52 weeks of 7 days

•Gen.1:14-19: the sun, moon, stars were created as time keepers (like a watch)

•A day starts at sunset

•Each season has 91 days. 4 seasons spring, summer, winter, autumn

•Jub.2:9-10: the sun is the marker for calculating the times, days, years and seasons;   

not the moon; the moon has other functions


http://www.pseudepigrapha.com/jubilee...

The Book of Jubilees chapter 2:9-10:

And The Most High appointed the sun to be a great sign on the earth for days and for sabbaths and for months and for feasts and for years and for sabbaths of years and for jubilees and for all seasons of the years. And it divideth the light from the darkness [and] for prosperity, that all things may prosper which shoot and grow on the earth.


•the book of Enoch (the numbering can differ in some copies) 71:42/72:32-33/74:12: last day of the year (364th day) has equal time night and equal time day. That day is a Sabbath.


https://www.sacred-texts.com/bib/boe/...

The Book of Enoch chapter 72:32-33 (CHAPTER LXXII):

32. On that day the night decreases and amounts to nine parts, and the day to nine parts, and the night is equal to the day and the year is exactly as to its days three hundred and sixty-four. 33. And the length of the day and of the night, and the shortness of the day and of the night arise--through the course of the sun these distinctions are made (lit. 'they are separated').


•Gen.8:22: as long as the earth exists this is how it will be. Also in heaven.


Location of calculation/observation:


•Jub.8:12-21: indirect indication from which location to calculate time (area of Shem)

•Isa.2:3, Mic.4:2: indirect indication from which location to calculate time (Jerusalem)


go to this website:

https://www.timeanddate.com

sun & moon: click on sunrise & sunset

Fill in the place: Jerusalem

Select the month: March


Now look for the day that has 12 hours night and 12 hours daylight


the last day of the year is when there is equal time night and equal time day. That day is a sabbath. The next day is the first day of the year.

 

This procedure must be done every year

Conclusion:


According to the book of Enoch and the book Jubilees, we belief that the last day of the year is when there is equal time night and equal time day. That day is a sabbath. The next day is the first day of the year.


That means that:


(a day starts at sunset)


March 15 2020, from 17:47 to March 16 at 05:47 is 12 hours night 


March 16 2020, from 05:47 to March 16, 17:48 is 12 hours day  

So that was the last day of the Hebrew Calendar. (equal time night and equal time day)

The last day of the year was March 15, 2020 starting from 17:47 to  March 16, 2020 ending at 17:48.


The first day of the new year is March 16, 2020 starting from 17:48 to March 17, 2020 ending at 17:48.


Now that we know the first day, we can calculate the Hebrew feastdays


This is the way we must calculate the calendar EVERY YEAR


And realise that a sabbath on the calendar of the secular world is not always

a sabbat on the Hebrew calendar.


In other words: "Saturday is not always a sabbath"