Unfortunately the Enoch calendar dates for Aviv will never align with John 20:1 & mark 16:1-2 “the 1st day of the week” which is counted as the 18th day of Abib. The day before was the weekly 7th day Sabbath, the 17th day of Aviv, an appointed time (Lev23:3). Check any calendar with this test for authenticity. The end of the 17th Aviv, when Mary ran to the sepulchre will always be a 7th day weekly sabbath in scripture and appear in its rightful place on the true Qodesh calendar! I pray you will see this tare sown in Enoch.shalom
At one point I did question that this may of occurred.
Why I do not support such a theory is that this would make day one of Abib, the first day of the month, the first of months, the beginning of year. The Hebrew calendar would become a solar calendar. The moon would have no law to rule the moedim.
Scripture says, Day and night were created on day one, Gen 1:3-5.
Gen 1:14 says;
And Elohim said, “Let lights (sun and moon) come to be in the expanse of the heavens to separate the day from the night, and let them be for signs and appointed times, and for days and years,
The first part of this scripture is a recital of Gen 1:3-5.
The second half of the verse (underlined) is a commandment, a teaching from Yahweh, Torah.
A sign or 'flag' to our appointed times 'Moedim' for days and years.
The evening and the morning was the FOURTH day.
So the new moon day MUST be on the FIFTH day!
Psalms 104:19 concludes that Gen 1:14 ‘A year’ dictates the first observance of the New Moon shall be the beginning of a Hebrew Year. The next Years New Moon shall be the end-closing of that last year, and the beginning of the next.
So the Hebrew calendar, within the boundary of the equinox, an agrarian calendar, starts and ends with the First New Moon each year.
An alignment of the moon with the sun, would create the start of the calendar on the First day of creation week, (the first week of the year), day one of the first month, thus creating a SOLAR calendar.
So what would happen?
A continuous unbroken cycle of weeks, allowing the 7th day sabbath to always fall on a saturn-day!
This is the current consensus and way the Jewish and messianic communities keep moed.
The next Years New Moon shall be the end-closing of that last year, and the beginning of the next, how can the sabbath fall on the same day each year? It simply cant, whether we use the full moon or a crescent moon for the first day of the year, as yahweh ordained, set, the New moon day as the 5th day of creation week.