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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:

    SOMETHING SPECIAL

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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.

    See what else you’re missing in:

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

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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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