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

    Is the larger portion literally "going to the dogs" ?

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

    I have been filling in some grey areas (literally) on this calendar.
    It appears that prior to Noah’s Flood the Earth probably had a 360 day year.
    After the Flood it then had a different appearance and a longer 364 day year.

    Sometime later Earth’s orbit around the sun was again stretched by another
    one and a quarter days, to the 365¼ day year we have now.

    Other people have deduced the same.

    Sir Isaac Newton, from what little I know about him, reasoned that the Bible
    worked on a 360 day “prophetic year”, which makes sense to me because a
    year is a year is a year, no matter how many days it comprises. Therefore
    presumably Yahweh works on His original 360 day year at the creation of Adam.

    See the updated:

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

    A genius as he was, most of what Sir Isaac Newton wrote and corresponded about was Biblical studies.
    His relatives inherited all his notes and in more recent times a Jew bought them all from the family.
    Later they were donated by him to the State of Israel which has since made them available on the internet.

    I wonder what they were so interested in ?

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    I have been filling in some grey areas (literally) on this calendar.
    It appears that prior to Noah’s Flood the Earth probably had a 360 day year.
    After the Flood it then had a different appearance and a longer 364 day year.

    Sometime later Earth’s orbit around the sun was again stretched by another
    one and a quarter days, to the 365¼ day year we have now.

    Other people have deduced the same.

    Sir Isaac Newton, from what little I know about him, reasoned that the Bible
    worked on a 360 day “prophetic year”, which makes sense to me because a
    year is a year is a year, no matter how many days it comprises. Therefore
    presumably Yahweh works on His original 360 day year at the creation of Adam.

    See the updated:

    SOMETHING SPECIAL
    These are some of the comments I have put in the grey areas:


    • The Biblical Calendar Points To The Cosmos


    • The Cosmos Points To Intelligent Design


    • See Psalms 19
    • See Job 38:31–33
    • See Psalms 2:1–12


    • 300 x 50 x 30 = 1 Ark: x 6 wide x 10 high = 1 Cube
    • Genesis 6:15 i.e. 1 Ark x 60 = 1 Cube
    • (6 x 60) = 360 = (72 x 5)


    • Earths axial tilt cycle = 40 000 years.


    • A year, is a year, is a year - regardless of its length. 360 days is a "Prophetic Year"
    • Three and a half "Prophetic Years" = 42 months of 30 days = 1260 days.


    • Christ’s baptism to crucifixion was an exact three and a half year ministry of 1260 days !


    1260 days = 3½ years = 42 months

    The prophetic period of 1260 days appears 7 times in the Bible !

    If the Bible calendar alludes to the precession of the equinox "Great Year" cycle, which I believe it does,
    then it’s the oldest recorded document to do so - older than the 200 BC Greek recording.

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

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    If successful, post the “screenshot” back in this thread and I will crop it if necessary.

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

    It will probably need to be set on 100% brightness and 50% contrast for best image printing results.
    It will probably have to be closer to a 60 inch flat-screen, because of the Excel toolbar and edging grid-lines,
    which can be cropped off from the image afterwards.

    Lets see who can help . . .

    I have someone on the back-burner in mind who may be persuaded to help, if I can track him down.
    He is a young man in his twenties who's family have a huge flat-screen that will easily be able to do the job.
    I only met him a few times and it turns out that his father has a priceless family heirloom:

    Its kept in a refrigerated safe at the right temperature and humidity and dates back to the crusaders.

    Its an old family Bible ! ! !

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

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    Different people using different Biblical methods, disprove the traditional estimation of “two million people” whom Moses led out of Egypt.
    They show that it was far less:

    between 40000 and 60000 people.

    Two million” has always been a difficult number of people to swallow, for many reasons.

    Likewise, in the chronology of the Bible from Adam to Abraham, I don’t think that there are any missing generations,
    but I do think that there is a problem in the ages given.

    The ages in these generations result in the creation of Adam 6000 years ago in 4000 B.C.

    Chiliasts believe these six millennia start with Adam and these words:

    And Yahweh said, My spirit shall not always strive with man, for that he also is flesh:

    yet his days shall be an hundred and twenty years.” (Genesis 6:3)


    Chiliasts show that these “120 years” are actually prophetic Jubilee years:

    i.e. 120 x 50 Jubilees = 6000 years = 6 Millennia

    These are the 6000 years they start from Adam, which are allocated Man before the
    Seventh Millennium of Yahweh’s Rest and Reign of Christ on Earth.

    I believe that the ages in the genealogies from Adam to Abraham were redacted to fit in with Genesis 6:3 referring to Adam,
    when in its context it was actually said long after Adam and just before the flood in the time of Noah !

    Yahweh only started striving with man after the fall of Adam.

    In any case, Adam was formed in the 6th ‘day’/millennia and their 6000 years do not include the 7th ‘day’/millennia:

    of Yahweh’s FIRST rest - after creating Adam
    !


    So they actually have to move the creation of Adam back another 2 ‘days’/2000 years !

    I.e. Genesis 6:3 has to have been said just before the Flood and therefore there is a problem
    in the ages of the genealogies from Adam to Abraham !

    Aside from that, I think that the basic concept of Chiliasm is supported in this thread and in

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

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    I really appreciate Zaapiel's title for this thread and am including it in the subtitle on the cover page of
    70Holy Days - It says it all.

    I'm busy making a concerted effort to get it up to date with this thread which has moved far ahead, after which I will upload the latest version.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    ...
    I really appreciate Zaapiel's title for this thread and am including it in the subtitle on the cover page of
    70Holy Days - It says it all.

    I'm busy making a concerted effort to get it up to date with this thread which has moved far ahead, after which I will upload the latest version.
    i.e.

    "Proving The Sabbaths -
    A Study Into Yahweh's Calendar"

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

    The Swastika, just like the Iron and Victoria Cross etc, is another depiction of the Pyramid Pâté Cross,
    but I haven’t shown it in SOMETHING SPECIAL because it’s too “politically incorrect” for the mainstream
    Adamite sheeple out there.

    See the latest version. Its now full A0 length.
    Look at the latest icons and see what you can see.

    Almost there.
    Still a tiny bit more to add.

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