Calendar Stuff

Thoughts on the Current Moon Cycle

  Today is the 1st Day of the 10th Moon Cycle (12M/14D/2023). The New Moon was seen on the night of 12/14/2023 in Y'shr'Al (Israel), which on a line across the flat land to where I am in BC, Canada most corresponds to. I am unaware of any sightings having taken place on 12/13/2023. Therefore celebrating Sh'bayt (Sabbath) on Roman 5th day (Thurs.) of the week for this Moon Cycle. See the calendar below. For details on this crescent moon sighting see the World Crescent Sightings page.  


                 12/2023 to 1M/2024 Roman Month Format – 10th Moon Cycle of Scriptural Year

12/10/2023


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Last Sh'bayt (Sabbath) of 9th Moon Cycle.

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Day 1 of 1 day New Moon Festival. 

10th Moon Cycle, 1st Day.

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First Sh'bayt (Sabbath)

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Second Sh'bayt (Sabbath)


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Third Sh'bayt (Sabbath).


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Last Sh'bayt (Sabbath).

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Day 1 of ?   New Moon Festival.


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Calendar Articles

The Calendar of YaH. Not too lengthy, in depth, Scriptural perspective on what the origin of calendars in general is, and of how to tell time according to Scripture. Highly confrontational to modern day calendars and the false religious calendars of our world today. Unlike numerous other documents on websites about the Creator's calendar, it is very easy to understand. The topic of the weekly cycle is often falsely called the "lunar Sabbath," when in truth it is the Sh'bayt (Sabbath) of YaH.

New Years Resolutions and Making Resolutions. A short article confronting gentile or heathen celebrations of Roman New Years and making "resolutions" on said date.

The Scriptural Day.
This document includes revelations on the Scriptural 24hr day. Is it morning to morning or evening to evening? See for yourself.

Rawsh Kh'dash or New Moon Festival: Those Dark Moon Days. This article deals with the New Moon festival. Speaks of the peculiar phrases regarding Psalm 81:4 (vs. 3 in Bibles), along with the dark moon vs. crescent debate.

How to Determine the Day of the Next Conjunction. Conjunction is the point in time when the moon is fully dark and in alignment with the sun and our planet. This helps us to know when the first visible crescent of the Moon Cycle will appear, and whether to celebrate a one or two day New Moon festival. The first visible crescent tells us when we can go back to work. Please ignore any reference to globe. Have not edited yet to correct for flat earth content. 

The Full Moon is New Moon Theory. Some people believe the time of the full moon is the time we observe as New Moon festival (Rawsh Kh'dash). I have done an in depth study of this and my response here shows disagreement.

7 Sh'baytoot (Sabbaths) and 50 Days. Studying the issue of the Feast of Weeks (Sh'bay'ait) and the 50 days (Yoom Khemishim). This examines also the issue of "khemets" (chamets commonly). It is NOT vinegar and all fermented products as Orthodox Judaism ridiculously gets rid of every year. This article also shows that the timeline of events in Sh'moot (Ex.) 12-19 does not support the giving of the commandments at the end of the 7 weeks! This is a great failure of understanding when it comes to Orthodox Judaism and New Testament believers who hold this feast.

The Position of the Moon in the Expanse. We must pay attention to the moon's light, crescent sighting, and its position.

The Catholic Church knows the original Sh'bayt (Sabbath) was by the moon. Catholic author Patrick Madrid Admits Scriptural Calendar is Lunar.


 

Earlier this year: 

    Today is the 29th Day of the 12th Moon Cycle (3M/21D/2023). The first New Moon is expected to be seen on the night of 3/22/2023. Therefore we are celebrating Sh'bayt (Sabbath) on Roman 4th day (Wed.) of the week for this Moon Cycle. See the calendar below. For details on this crescent moon sighting see the World Crescent Sightings page.

Photo of ripe barley in "Israel" courtesy of Yoel ha Levi below on 3/21/2023: