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These are the rules for my version of the Enoch calendar. It is based solely on Enoch and the Torah.

  • A day is defined as a definitive period of darkness-to-light, beginning and ending from one sunset to the next.
  • The calendar consists of 364 days, divided into 12 months.
  • Each month contains 30 days.
  • Every 3rd month (3rd, 6th, 9th, and 12th) an additional 31st day.
  • The calendar must begin after the day of the Vernal Equinox.
  • Anytime the year ends prior to the Vernal Equinox, an additional week will be intercalated to keep "on track" with the Vernal Equinox. This will be roughly every 4 years.
  • The calendar begins on the first "First Day of the Week" after the Vernal Equinox, as Yahweh began counting in Genesis 1 on the "First Day". This keeps the weekly Sabbath and all of the Appointed Times on the same "date" throughout the entire year.
So following the rules of my calendar, the First Day of the First Month started on March 21st. Right now it is Friday, March 26th on the Gregorian calendar, so it is the Sixth Day of the First Month on my Enoch calendar. As soon as the sun sets it will be the first Sabbath of the new year. Yay!

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Are using the Book of Enoch as the premise?
You use the sixth day as the foundation since man was created on the sixth day?????

Shalom
Yes. Enoch and Torah, as stated in the post.

sevynn leverette said:
Are using the Book of Enoch as the premise?

No. I use the First Day, as stated in the post. Again, going strictly to Torah and Enoch. In the Torah, Yahweh began counting on the First Day when He created light.

sevynn leverette said:
You use the sixth day as the foundation since man was created on the sixth day?????

Shalom
I don't see the 4th day evidenced in Scriptures, only Qumran seems to have used the 4th day. I don't discredit it, I just don't personally accept it based on a lack of evidence.

Anaiah Priel (Andrew P) Carlson said:
i agree with everything EXCEPT your day beginning on sunday. i'm pretty sure it is supposed to begin on the 4th day, tuesday evening. we shoudl ahve a separate discussion about that in a different thread of this group.
huh YEWE used the first day as the first day???????
...well that's what He said. :-)

sevynn leverette said:
huh YEWE used the first day as the first day???????
he said the sixth day shall the first day?????

J. Jury said:
...well that's what He said. :-)

sevynn leverette said:
huh YEWE used the first day as the first day???????
Count it out: the 15th would be on a First Day. (the bold indicates a Sabbath)
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14
15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21
22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28
29, 30

Anaiah Priel (Andrew P) Carlson said:
but if you begin on saturday eve as first day, the first day of the feast of unleavened bread Nisan 15 is on a regular weekly sabbath.
you said your first day would be the sixth day, your example uses the first day as the first day, now you have passover on the weekly Shabbat?

Shalom
At one point I used the sixth day, but I believe that was incorrect. Using a simple, straight forward approach, I have placed the start of the first month on the first day of the week.

I debated with myself the Passover lining up on the Sabbath for some time, but ultimately, I don't see any conflict with it.

sevynn leverette said:
you said your first day would be the sixth day, your example uses the first day as the first day, now you have passover on the weekly Shabbat?
Shalom
Correct.

Anaiah Priel (Andrew P) Carlson said:
whoops, i meant the passover day would be the regular sabbath.
So YeweShua dead on the stake would violate the Torah, as soon as He died the land Covenant would have been absolved???

Shalom

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