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The days of the Hebraic Scriptual calendar 2019 (for printout)

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There is but one true Scriptual Calendar based on the word of Yhvah, it has nothing to do with sun, moon, stars, ( Deut 4;19) but was given to His nation by the bread of life, Repent, Believe and be immersed brothers for the days are shortened, and we are commanded " to come out of Babylon ( the worlds way)before the door is shut

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The days of the Hebraic Scriptual calendar 2019 (for printout)

  1. 1. THE TRUE SCRIPTUAL CALENDER 2019 5779-5780 Note: The 31st Day of the 3rd, 6th, 9th, and 12th Month is an Intercalary Day. The 1st day of the sacred year is on 5780/1/1 Hebrew (Yomn Xamishi) is the 21st march 2019 The day is recorded from sunset to sunset 1st month Yom Rishon Yom Sheni Yom Shilishi Yom Revi’i Yom Xamishi Yom Shishi Sabbath 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 In the beginning AL created 1st * Day of the year 21nd Marz 2 22nd Marz Sabbath 23rd Marz 4 24th Marz 5 25th Marz 6 26th Marz 7 27th Marz 8 28th Marz 9 29th Marz Sabbath 30st Mar 11 31st Marz 12 1st April 13 Pass 2nd April 14 Over 3rd April 15 Unleavened 1 4th April 16 unleavened 2 5th April Sabbath unleavened 3 6th Apr 18 unleavened 4 7th April 19 unleavened 5 8th April 20 unleavened 6 9th April 21 unleavened 7 10th April 22 11th April 23 12th April Sabbath 13th April 25 14th April 26 15th April 27 16th April 28 17th April 29 18th April 30 19th April 13th evening 14th observe Passover meal in the evening Yom Shlishi after sunset and note that the Meshiakh was crucified at 12 Noon the next day on Yom Revi’i and died at 3:00PM that same day, On the evening of the 14th evening 15th day according to the Scriptual calendar after sunset begins unleavened bread The only Calendar that meets all of these criteria is the Solar Calendar found at Qumran mentioned in Mismarot from Cave IV, also mentioned in the Book of Enoch (I Enoch) Chap.72- 75, as well as in the Book of Jubilees Chap.6:23-38,
  2. 2. 2nd Month Yom Rishon Yom Sheni Yom Shilishi Yom Revi’i Yom Xamishi Yom Shishi Sabbath 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 . . . . . Sabbath 20st April 2 21th April 3 22st April 4 23nd April 5 24rd April 6 25th April 7 26th April Sabbath 27th April 9 28th April 10 29th April 11 30th April 12 1st May 13 2nd May 14 3rd May Sabbath 4th May 16 5th May 17 6th May 18 7th May 19 8th May 20 9th May 21 10th May Sabbath 11th May 23 12th May 24 13th May 25 14th May 26 15th May 27 16th May 28 17th May Sabbath 18th May 30 19th May . . . . . . This calendar has 1 Week = 7 Days, 1 Month = 30 Days, 1 Year = 12 Months, 1 Year= 360 Days plus 4 intercalary days to make an even 364 Day Year which is perfectly divisible by the 7-day week to give 52 Weeks a year, 1st Day of the Year = 5th Day of the Week
  3. 3. 3rd Month Yom Rishon Yom Sheni Yom Shilishi Yom Revi’i Yom Xamishi Yom Shishi Sabbath 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 . 1 20th May 2 21th May 3 22st May 4 23nd May 5 24rd May Sabbath 25th May 7 Pentekoste 26th May 8 27th May 9 28th May 10 29th May 11 30th May 12 31st May Sabbath 1st June 14 2nd June 15 3rd June 16 4th June 17 5th June 18 6th June 19 7th June Sabbath 8th June 21 9th June 22 10th June 23 11th June 24 12th June 25 13th June 26 14th June Sabbath 15th June 28 16th June 29 17th June 30 18th June 31 19th June . . . This is a fixed Calendar with the 1st Day of the Year and the 1st Day of each 3-month period falling on Wednesday night the beginning of the 5th Day of the Week. The dates of the feasts are also fixed with a particular day of any given month being on the same day of the week every
  4. 4. 4th Month Yom Rishon Yom Sheni Yom Shilishi Yom Revi’i Yom Xamishi Yom Shishi Sabbath 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 . . . . 1 20st June 2 21nd June Sabbath 22rd June 4 23th June 5 24th June 6 25th June 7 26th June 8 27th June 9 28th June Sabbath 29th June 11 30th june 12 1st July 13 2nd July 14 3rd July 15 4th July 16 5th July Sabbath 6th July 18 7th July 19 8th July 20 9th July 21 10th July 22 11th July 23 12th July Sabbath 13th July 25 14th July 26 15th July 27 16th July 28 17th July 29 18th July 30 19th July One intercalary day is fixed at the end of each 3-month period and acts as a buffer or division point between the next season or 3-month period. Each season or 3-month period has exactly 13 weeks. Here is what the reconstructed calendar looks like (keeping in mind that as Sabbath is on Saturday but starts Friday night so all the days in this calendar start the night before):
  5. 5. 5th month Yom Rishon Yom Sheni Yom Shilishi Yom Revi’i Yom Xamishi Yom Shishi Sabbath 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 . . . . . . Sabbath 20th July 2 21st July 3 22nd July 4 23rd July 5 24th July 6 25th July 7 26nd July Sabbath 27th July 9 28th July 10 29th July 11 30th July 12 31st July 13 1st Aug 14 2nd Aug Sabbath 3rd Aug 16 4th Aug 17 5th Aug 18 6th Aug 19 7th Aug 20 8th Aug 21 9th Aug Sabbath 10th Aug 23 11th Aug 24 12th Aug 25 13th Aug 26 14th Aug 27 15th Aug 28 16th Aug Sabbath 17th Aug 30 18th Aug . . . . . . This method is very simple and the calendar becomes self-correcting. The calendar gets its starting point when the Spring Equinox is on the 4th Day of the Week Yerushaliiyim Time between Tuesday sunset to Wednesday sunset. As 5 or 6 years’ pass, the Spring Equinox again is on the 4th Day of the Week. This is when the calendar is intercalated by one week. This keeps the calendar always within approximately one week from the Spring Equinox
  6. 6. 6th Month Yom Rishon Yom Sheni Yom Shilishi Yom Revi’i Yom Xamishi Yom Shishi Sabbath 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 . 1 19th Aug 2 20th Aug 3 21th Aug 4 22th Aug 5 23th Aug Sabbath 24th Aug 7 25th Aug 8 26th Aug 9 27th Aug 10 28th Aug 11 29th Aug 12 30th Aug Sabbath 31st Aug 14 1st Sept 15 2nd Sept 16 3rd Sept 17 4h Sept 18 5th Sept 19 6th Sept Sabbath 7th Sept 21 8th Sept 22 9th Sept 23 10th Sept 24 11th Sept 25 12th Sept 26 13th Sept Sabbath 14th Sept 28 15th Sept 29 16th Sept 30 17th Sept 31 18th Sept . . . It is critical to keep the calendar synchronized with the Spring Equinox because the Feast Days along with the calendar are directly linked to the agricultural year which is in turn directly linked to the solar year.
  7. 7. 7th Month Yom Rishon Yom Sheni Yom Shilishi Yom Revi’i Yom Xamishi Yom Shishi Sabbath 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 . . . . 1 trumpets 19th Sept 2 20th Sept Sabbath 21nd Sept 4 22rd Sept 5 23th Sept 6 24th Sept 7 25th Sept 8 26th Sept 9 Atonement 27th Sept Sabbath Atonement 28th Sept 11 29th Sept 12 30th sept 13 1st Oct 14 2nd Oct 15 Tabernacles 3th Oct 16 Tabernacles 4th Oct Sabbath Tabernacles 5th Oct 18 Tabernacles 6th oct 19 Tabernacles 7th Oct 20 Tabernacles 8th Oct 21 Tabernacles 9th Oct 22 Last Great Day 10th Oct 23 11th Oct Sabbath 12th Oct 25 13th Oct 26 14th Oct 27 15th Oct 28 16th Oct 29 17th Oct 30 18th Oct . *** Atonement begins on the evening of the 9th to the 10th setting the correct Scriptual calendar for the year, it is classed as our sabbath, not YaH, (which is known as a sabbath is a joy) , therefore cannot be on the weekly sabbath, but its greatest importance is the fixed appointments of the Scriptual calendar
  8. 8. 8th Month Yom Rishon Yom Sheni Yom Shilishi Yom Revi’i Yom Xamishi Yom Shishi Sabbath 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 . . . . . . Sabbath 19th Oct 2 20st Oct 3 21th Oct 4 22rd Oct 5 23th Oct 6 24th Oct 7 25th oct Sabbath 26th Oct 9 27th Oct 10 28th Oct 11 29th Oct 12 30th Oct 13 31st Oct 14 1st Nov Sabbath 2nd Nov 16 3rd Nov 17 4th Nov 18 5th Nov 19 6th Nov 20 7th Nov 21 8th Nov Sabbath 9th Nov 23 10th Nov 24 11th Nov 25 12th Nov 26 13th Nov 27 14th Nov 28 15th Nov Sabbath 16th Nov 30 17th Nov . . . . . . The Feast Days of YaH or as it is written in Lev.23:1-44, the Moadi (Hebrew word which means fixed, set or appointed times) of YaH are: Lev.23:1-44 Weekly Sabbath, Passover, unleavened bread, Pentekoste, trumpets, atonement, tabernacles and last great day
  9. 9. 9th Month Yom Rishon Yom Sheni Yom Shilishi Yom Revi’i Yom Xamishi Yom Shishi Sabbath 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 . 1 18th Nov 2 19th Nov 3 20th Nov 4 21th Nov 5 22st Nov Sabbath 23th Nov 7 24th Nov 8 25th Nov 9 26th Nov 10 27th Nov 11 28th Nov 12 29th Nov Sabbath 30th Nov 14 1st Dec 15 2nd Dec 16 3rd Dec 17 4 th Dec 18 5th Dec 19 6th Dec Sabbath 7th Dec 21 8th Dec 22 9th Dec 23 10th Dec 24 11th Dec 25 12th Dec 26 13th Dec Sabbath 14th Dec 28 15th Dec 29 16th Dec 30 17th Dec 31 18th Dec . . . 1 Day = night time + day time = 24 Hours (Bber.1:5, Yâhuahcânâ’n 11:9) 1 Week = 7 Days (Bber.1:1- 31; Bber.2:1-3) 1 Month = 30 Days (Bber.7:11,24; Bber.8:3,4; Dis.11:2,3; Dis.12:6; Dis.13:5) 1 Year = 12 Months (I Kings 4:7; I Chronicles 27:1-15) 1 Year = 12 Months x 30 Days = 360 Days
  10. 10. 10th Month Yom Rishon Yom Sheni Yom Shilishi Yom Revi’i Yom Xamishi Yom Shishi Sabbath 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 . . . . 1 19th Dec 2 20th Dec Sabbath 21nd Dec 4 22nd Dec 5 23rd Dec 6 24rd Dec 7 25th Dec 8 26th Dec 9 27th Dec Sabbath 28th Dec 11 29th Dec 12 30th Dec 13 31st Dec 14 1st Jan 15 2nd Jan 16 3rd Jan Sabbath 4th Jan 18 5th Jan 19 6th Jan 20 7th Jan 21 8th Jan 22 9th Jan 23 10th Jan Sabbath 11th Jan 25 12th Jan 26 13th Jan 27 14th Jan 28 15th Jan 29 16th Jan 30 17th Jan 1st Day of the Year = 5th Day of the week (Bber.1:14-19; Since the solar year is based on the sun and the sun was created or reset on the 4th Day of the Week, it makes sense that the solar year starts with the 5th Day of the Week after the creation or resetting of the sun was complete. Sundown on Wednesday marks the end of the 4th Day, and begins the 5th Day of the Week. So the Year begins at sundown on Wednesday night with the beginning of the 5th Day of the Week
  11. 11. 11th Month Yom Rishon Yom Sheni Yom Shilishi Yom Revi’i Yom Xamishi Yom Shishi Sabbath 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 . . . . . . Sabbath 18th Jan 2 19th Jan 3 20th Jan 4 21st Jan 5 22nd Jan 6 23th Jan 7 24th Jan Sabbath 25th Jan 9 26th Jan 10 27th Jan 11 28th Jan 12 29th Jan 13 30th Jan 14 31th Jan Sabbath 1st Feb 16 2nd Feb 17 3rd Feb 18 4th Feb 19 5th Feb 20 6th Feb 21 7th Feb Sabbath 8th Feb 23 9th Feb 24 10th Feb 25 11th Feb 26 12th Feb 27 13th Feb 28 14th Feb Sabbath 15th Feb 30 16th Feb . . . . . . The agricultural year is directly linked to the Feast Days and the Calendar (Shem.23:14-17; Shem.34:21-23).
  12. 12. 12th Month Yom Rishon Yom Sheni Yom Shilishi Yom Revi’i Yom Xamishi Yom Shishi sabbath 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 . 1 17th Feb 2 18th Feb 3 19th Feb 4 20th Feb 5 21st Feb Sabbath 22rd Feb 7 23th Feb 8 24th Feb 9 25th Feb 10 26th Feb 11 27th Feb 12 28th Feb Sabbath 29th feb 14 1st Mar 15 2nd Mar 16 3rd Mar 17 4th Mar 18 5th Mar 19 6th Mar Sabbath 7th Mar 21 8th Mar 22 9th Mar 23 10th Mar 24 11th Mar 25 12th Mar 26 13th Mar Sabbath 14th Mar 28 15th Mar 29 16th Mar 30 17th Mar 31 18th Mar 1st day of The year 19th Mar . . 1st Month = Passover, Feast of Unleavened Bread -beginning of the Barley Harvest with the Sheaf Offering (Shem.12:2; Viykra.23:5-15). 3rd Month= Feast of Weeks (Pentecost) - end of the Wheat Harvest (Viykra.23:16-22). 7th Month = Feast of Tabernacles - the end of the agricultural year and the ingathering of grapes, olives, pomegranates, dates, etc. (Viykra.23:23-44).

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