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    Re: What does everyone consider the Sabbath day to fall on?

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    As a matter of interest Erik, do any of your visitors actually ever show an unprompted genuine interest in the calendar you've got hanging up ?
    You can tell me the truth , don't worry !
    Of course I'll tell you the truth, brother. Truth is I don't have any friends and my family isn't interested in my beliefs.

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    Re: What does everyone consider the Sabbath day to fall on?

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    Of course I'll tell you the truth, brother. Truth is I don't have any friends and my family isn't interested in my beliefs.
    Yes, it’s also sometimes a lonely path we take. I don’t have any real “friends” myself who actually believe like us.
    I’ve lost contact with the people who did, and once actually could without being vilified.

    Yet there are a large number of people on the “right-eous” track all over, and I believe that this calendar will be of great benefit to them - as well as drawing in many soul searching wandering lost and thirsty Adamites out there.

    There’s just a tiny bit to add to make it complete and then I will start promoting it on a larger scale.
    I’ve played around converting it from Excel to different image formats and none of them do it without losing quality.
    I’ve discovered that a Print Screen shot cropped and saved in Paint as a Tiff file, will perfectly keep the quality of Excel
    and use less KB’s than other conversion methods. So that’s the way to go, if I can get access to a large flat screen
    for the minute it takes to get it on screen for a screen shot !

    In the meantime it can be printed out directly from Excel either in A4 sections as you did,
    or on a large roll paper printer in the local print shop.

    Once in a good image format I think that it will be easier to promote, especially if it comes up in a Google image search.
    I’m also thinking of promoting it in a tourist hotspot with lots of foot traffic, along with a small selection of KJV Bibles.
    In both these ways it will spread far and wide !

    You’re welcome to do the same with it over there, wherever you may be located.
    I think you will get a lot of curious friendly fish to scoop up and then maybe your family members
    will also take note and show an interest !
    Just let me complete it and get it back up on the internet.

    Thanks for the honesty; I was worried you wouldn’t want to dismay me.

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    Re: What does everyone consider the Sabbath day to fall on?

    So Christ was actually born on The Day of Atonement,
    placed in a small sheep's manger used to feed sheep,
    and was destined to die thirty three years later as our
    Atoning Sacrificial Passover Lamb !

    Hopefully I get the website up again this week.




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    Re: What does everyone consider the Sabbath day to fall on?

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    So Christ was actually born on The Day of Atonement,
    placed in a small sheep's manger used to feed sheep,
    and was destined to die thirty three years later as our
    Atoning Sacrificial Passover Lamb !

    Hopefully I get the website up again this week.



    A perfect pregnancy is 10 months/40 weeks/280 days. The calendar says the Day of Atonement is September 28th, which would mean Jesus would've been conceived on December 22 correct?

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    Re: What does everyone consider the Sabbath day to fall on?

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    A perfect pregnancy is 10 months/40 weeks/280 days. The calendar says the Day of Atonement is September 28th, which would mean Jesus would've been conceived on December 22 correct?
    According to Wikipedia:

    “…The time interval of a gestation is called the gestation period. In human obstetrics, gestational age refers to the embryonic or fetal age plus two weeks. This is approximately the duration since the woman's last menstrual period (LMP) began…
    In mammals, pregnancy begins when a zygote (fertilized ovum) implants in the female's uterus and ends once the fetus leaves the uterus.
    On the main article link above, are average and approximate gestation values ordered by number of days (note: human gestational age is counted from the last menstrual period; for other animals the counting method varies, so these figures could be 14 days off)”

    So what actually isthe perfect pregnancy”/human gestation period !?

    There is at least a 14 day variable, yet is the overall average the same as the individual demographic averages for Pygmies,
    seven foot Niggerian’s, Eskimo’s and Adamic Men ?
    Of course it’s politically incorrect to even suggest such a thing !

    You will see that I have moved slowly away from what I originally assumed to be Christ’s gestation period,
    to what I now know is 1000 percent correct as illustrated on “this Enoch calendar”.

    So ”on this Enoch calendar”, with the extra one day and leap year day Gregorian calendar displayed but ignored alongside it,
    counting the days inclusively from Christ’s conception on the Epiphany of January 6th -
    i.e. the 19th day of Yahweh’s 10th month on Enoch’s calendar – gives the following:

    12 days in the 10th month
    30 days in the 11th month
    31 days in the 12th month
    30 days in the 1st month
    30 days in the 2nd month
    31 days in the 3rd month
    30 days in the 4th month
    30 days in the 5th month
    31 days in the 6th month
    10 days in the 7th month

    Add it up !

    So on Enoch’s calendar, this inclusively gives you a total gestation period from conception on the Epiphany
    to the birth of Christ on The Day of Atonement, of exactly 265 days and 2 + 6 + 5 = 13 !


    EriK, I’m busy trying to further illustrate it without any doubt whatsoever, but unfortunately you will have to wait
    to actually see it when the website is back up and running.

    James Wickstrom did the best he knew how with Yahweh’s calendar celebrations, but this further revival
    was not yet for his time and I never pursued him on it. However, I hope that Pastor Visser is finding some
    free time from his exhausting workload to follow up this thread. I also hope he excuses me from not making
    direct contact with him yet. If he agrees with this work and adapt Wickstroms calendar accordingly -
    nothing but humble blessings can flow from it, ask me !

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    Re: What does everyone consider the Sabbath day to fall on?

    ...
    Twelve days before
    the conception of Christ on the Epiphany
    is our traditional Christmas Day on the 25th of December,
    and twelve days after
    the birth of Christ on The Day of Atonement
    is The Last Great Day of the Feast of Tabernacles.

    That is the true origin of the Christmas carol
    The Twelve Days of Christmas

    It celebrates the full gestation of Christ,
    inclusive of The Feast of Tabernacles after
    and the twelve days before His conception in Mary’s womb.

    So there is special significance in the appropriate celebration
    of Christmas Day, as our great day of Christian gladness !

    12 + 265 + 12 = 289

    & 2 + 8 + 9 = 19

    & 1 + 9 = 10

    These twelve days before and after could be pointing to Revelation 4:4

    "And round about the throne were four and twenty seats:
    and upon the seats I saw four and twenty elders sitting,
    clothed in white raiment; and they had on their heads crowns of gold."

    and

    "The four and twenty elders fall down before him that sat on the throne,
    and worship him that liveth for ever and ever, and cast their crowns before the throne,
    saying,Thou art worthy, O Lord, to receive glory and honour and power:
    for thou hast created all things, and for thy pleasure they are and were created." (Revelation 4:10-11)

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    Re: What does everyone consider the Sabbath day to fall on?

    Don't forget the twenty four priestly courses as well !

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    Re: What does everyone consider the Sabbath day to fall on?

    Quote Originally Posted by Erik View Post
    A perfect pregnancy is 10 months/40 weeks/280 days. The calendar says the Day of Atonement is September 28th, which would mean Jesus would've been conceived on December 22 correct?
    So Erik’s 280 days is actually counted from the last menstrual period before conception !
    Therefore you have to take off 14 days to a possible conception, which then equals 266 days –
    only one day out from Enoch’s 265 days !

    A 265 day gestation for Adamic Man, along with the miraculous draft of 153 fish,
    is an amazing numerical combination, which you will see illustrated in Enoch’s calendar
    when the website is back up and running again. I won’t spoil the surprise now.

    Therefore from Christ’s conception to His birth is 37 weeks and 6 days:
    3 + 7 = 10
    and He was born Son of Man/Adam on the 6th day of the week,
    the same day of the week as Adam’s creation.

    But don’t forget the significance of those 14 days:
    From the day of Pentecost to the Marriage of Israel in the wilderness
    was 14 days !

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    Re: What does everyone consider the Sabbath day to fall on?

    This 19th September was/is
    the 1st day of the 7th month on Enoch’s calendar.

    It is The Day of Trumpets !

    I imagine the angels in heaven blew trumpets heralding
    the birth of Christ 10 days later on the holiest day of the year:

    The Day of Atonement !

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    Re: What does everyone consider the Sabbath day to fall on?

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    So Christ was actually born on The Day of Atonement,
    placed in a small sheep's manger used to feed sheep,
    and was destined to die thirty three years later as our
    Atoning Sacrificial Passover Lamb !

    Hopefully I get the website up again this week.



    Today the 28th September is the most solemn, holiest day of the calendar -
    undoubtedly the day on which Jesus Christ Yahshua our Messiah was born.

    Despite His birth, Joseph and Mary would have kept the Day of Atonement accordingly
    and may even have wondered about the importance of the circumstances.

    Little did they all suspect then as they looked down on the manger, that that Child of God,
    the picture of innocence, pure as the driven snow, white as wool -
    would thirty three years later afflict their souls with His brutal, bloody Passover crucifixion !

    Born to die for our crimson sins!

    Is that why this is actually such a solemn day ?

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