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

    I have a PC up and running again, but still need to get MS Office and Excel.
    I should be going forward with this thread again early next month.

    I've been meaning to say for some time that all except one of my references to NASA,
    was actually meant to be referring to the US Navy and their tide table lunar cycles.

    I want to say something about an interesting historical naval invasion, relating to Israel
    and the Biblical calendar, as well as another important historical event.

    As I said before, when its available to view again this calendar will hold one or two more
    interesting surprises.

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

    Great to hear... Always look forward to your posts, brother.

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

    Sorry for the lack of further input.
    My PC is back up and running for a month now but I've been battling to warm up, figuratively and literally, to start posting.
    I've mislaid a few short points on what to tackle first - hope I find them soon . . .

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    Sorry for the lack of further input.
    My PC is back up and running for a month now but I've been battling to warm up, figuratively and literally, to start posting.
    I've mislaid a few short points on what to tackle first - hope I find them soon . . .
    Excellent, brother. Yahweh inspire you to His Will.
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    Re: What does everyone consider the Sabbath day to fall on?

    Thanks for the support, “kinsmen” (as pastor Visser would say ;-)

    I’ve been warming up by revising and WhatsApp-ing a few people directly from much of what is on this thread.
    Without the visual spreadsheet I’ve had to try explain the calendar layout, and it’s come out quite well, I think.
    This is how I explained it:

    In a perfectly circular orbit around the sun, each quarter would be equally divided by the Solstice's and Equinox's.

    On Enoch's 364 day calendar this is the case where each "turning of the year" is 91 days apart.
    The Bible calls this "turning of the year" the "tekufah".

    To design a graphic calendar, start the first calendar-day at the end of the vernal equinox "tekufah" and mark off
    91 days across the page to the next solstice "tekufah".
    This solstice is another "turning day of the year", so turn 90 degrees and mark down the page another 91 days to
    the autumn "tekufah".

    That's the first half of the year done. Now fold the page over from the start of day 1 to the end of day 182 to trace
    the duplicate second half of the year ending at the end of the vernal equinox "tekufah".

    Now when you stand back and look you will see a perfect square which can be scribed by a perfect circle !

    That is the 12 x 30-day month and 4 x "tekufah" turning days of the Biblical calendar.

    This confirms the 360 day "Prophetic Year" Sir Isaac Newton supported. The 4 "tekufah" "turning days of the year"
    are not counted in the "months", only in the year-to-date (YTD) tally.

    When this calendar is folded over 'vertically', 'horizontally' or 'diagonally', certain significant Biblical dates will coincide.
    This is the heavenly calendar of the heavenly Temple that is deduced from what is described in the Bible.

    Our solar system and universe is out of kilter, awaiting the restoration of all things. As a result, we have unequal
    seasons plus an extra one and a quarter days in the year. Yet a “year” is a “year” is a "year" and all the Biblical “times”
    and prophecies are according to this Heavenly Temple Biblical Calendar.

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