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    Astragoth, remember that whatever calendar you prefer, any Biblical calendar cannot start with a weekly Sabbath according to Numbers 9:15-22, Numbers 10:11-12 and Exodus 40: 34-38, because the working day of the 20th of the 2nd month is a multiple of 7 days from the 1st Abib !

    i.e. the 1st Abib is the same working day of the week as the 20th day of the 2nd month !

    Unfortunately there is a deafening silence in CI over this issue !
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    Astragoth, we are all in the same boat:

    It is very difficult to follow the Biblical calendar correctly whilst working in the commercial Edomite world of mammon. You can only utilise your leave days as best you can until you find a community with the same calendar, or are able to work for yourself, or fortunate enough to be totally financially independent – but you are thinking right . . .
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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?

    I believe it's Saturday. Most churchgoers go on Sunday, as we know. I believe Sunday is considered Sun worship.

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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?

    Looking forward to it, Michael.

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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?

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    The "synagogue of Satan" don't want you to keep Yahweh's calendar correctly, and don't want you to affirm the correct birthday of Christ.


    How 2 Chronicles 5:11 (during a Feast of Tabernacles) is translated and interpreted, effects when the 24 priestly courses occur in the course of the year:


    "And it came to pass, when the priests were come out of the holy place: (for all the priests that were present were sanctified, and did not then wait by course"


    i.e. all twenty-four courses were to serve together for the week of Passover, the week when Pentecost occurred, and the week of Tabernacles, and the normal priestly course was suspended until after the feasts.


    I do not believe that this was actually the case.


    https://net.bible.org/#!bible/2+Chronicles+5:9 notes that:


    2 Chronicles 5:11 The priests left the holy place. 14 All the priests who participated had consecrated themselves, no matter which division they represented. 15


    14 tn Heb “and when the priests went from the holy place.” The syntactical relationship of this temporal clause to the following context is unclear. Perhaps the thought is completed in v. 14 after a lengthy digression.
    15 tn Heb “Indeed [or “for”] all the priests who were found consecrated themselves without guarding divisions.”




    This means that in actual fact
    the priestly courses served sequentially,
    without interruption,
    even while all the priests assisted during the Feasts.


    This way some interesting number sequences emerge . . .
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    The priestly courses changed over at mid-day on the weekly Sabbaths.
    Priests served
    from one Sabbath mid-day
    to the next Sabbath mid-day.


    Therefore on this DSS's Enoch Solar Calendar:


    • (1) The 24 priestly courses served sequentially without interruption for 24 weeks, and then again for 24 weeks. This gives 48 weeks in total and 4 weeks short of the first years end at the first 52 weeks.


    • (2) They then served another 24 courses overlapping into the second year, and then another 24 courses. This gives 96 weeks in total and 8 weeks short of the second years end at the second 52nd week.


    • (3) They then served another 24 courses overlapping into the third year . . .


    • (4) . . . into the fourth year . . .


    • (5) . . . into the fifth year . . .


    • (6) . . . into the sixth year . . .


    • (7) . . . into the seventh year . . .


    • (8) . . . into the eighth year . . .


    • (9) . . . into the ninth year . . .


    • (10) . . . into the tenth year . . .


    • (11) . . . into the eleventh year . . .


    • (12) . . . into the twelfth year . . .


    • (13) They then served the last 24 courses, giving 624 weeks in total to the end of the twelfth year ending the twelfth 52nd week.



    i.e.
    This pattern repeats 13 times over 12 years,
    after which the first priestly course

    starts again in the same place on the calendar -
    in the 13
    th year ! ! !


    26 x 24 priestly courses over 12 years (26 weeks in a half year)
    13 x 48 priestly courses over 12 years
    52 weeks x 12 years = 624 weeks
    26 x 24 = 624
    13 x 48 = 624
    6 + 2 + 4 = 12



    This also means that over every 6 years,
    each different priestly course will serve 13 times:
    each priest serving on his own same 13 weeks of the calendar ! ! !


    ( N.B. A NEW MOON EQUINOX STILL OCCURS EVERY SIX YEARS
    ON OUR GREGORIAN CALENDAR
    - THE LAST ONE OCCURRING IN 2015. )


    This means that over every 12 years,
    each different priestly course will serve 26 times:
    each priest serving TWICE on his own same 13 weeks of the calendar ! ! !


    This also means,
    that with ​52 weeks in a year
    each of these 24 priestly courses
    will serve 52 times
    over 24 years.


    Each of these priests 13 weeks
    are the 4
    th week
    from one of his previous weeks on the calendar.


    4 x 13 = 52


    Remember:

    • there are 4 quarters of 91 days in this year,


    • 13 weekly Sabbaths in each quarter,


    • the sum of 1 to 13 = 91


    • 4 x 13 = 52


    i.e.
    starting and also ending each priestly course
    at mid-day on the Sabbath,
    means that over 12 years
    each priest officiates
    on a total of 52 Sabbaths
    that straddle his own 13 week courses.


    With this information, we can go back and look at Zachariah' priestly course, the birth of John the Baptist, the birth of Christ, the crucifixion and Hosea 6:1-3's two days/two thousand years: to the second advent in the third day.
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