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Why The Calendar of God Was 360 Days

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    The original length of a solar year when God created the heavens and the earth was 360 days. And since solar years were shorter than today, which is now 365 and 1/4 days, the sidereal orbit of the moon around the earth from new moon to new moon was conversely longer, slightly. Which before was precisely 30 days. And that is why all the calendars of ancient civilizations were 360 day lunar calendars. Such as the ancient calendars of the Persians, Mayans, Incas, Chinese, Hindus, Assyrians, Egyptians, Greeks, and even the Romans, which were all 360 day lunar calendars. And the months of the year were based on perfect 30 day lunation cycles that previously existed. And 12 lunar months of 30 days was precisely a solar year of 360 days. And a man only needed observe the current phase of the moon to determine the day of the month it was. And a man could also determine what month in the year he was in by knowing how many new moons had passed. The ancient “new moon” is our crescent moon, where only a sliver of light is seen on the right of the moon. Which in Hebrew is called “rosh chodesh”. Which signified a new month. Which was day 1 of the month. And the full moon was day 15 of the month. And that is why the ancient calendar of the Torah was a 360 day lunar calendar, for the original solar year was 360 days, and lunar months were previously 30 days. And also why according to the Torah the 150 days that the flood waters prevailed on the earth was from New Moon 2 Day 17 to New Moon 7 Day 17. For it was was precisely 5 lunar cycles of 30 days each. Yet under the rule of Hezekiah, around the 8th century BC, God caused a change in the length of the solar year with the shadow miracle performed through the prophet Isaiah. God caused the rotation of the earth to reverse, to cause the sun to go backwards, to then cause the shadow to go backwards. And in doing this, God also changed the length of the solar year to 365 and 1/4 days. And since the orbit of the earth around the sun slowed, it also affected the sidereal orbit of the moon around the earth, changing it to 29 and 1/2 days conversely. Yet the synodic orbit of the moon remained the same, in its original perfect synchronization, which is why we always see the same side of the moon. For the rotation of the moon on its own axis is still perfectly synchronized with its orbit around the earth. And this is why all civilizations began changing their calendars all around the same time, in the 8th and 7th centuries BC, by adding more days to their 360 day calendars, to reflect the change in the length of the solar year. And they also added or remove days in their months, to reflect the change in the lunar months. And in some cases, an additional month 13 was added every few years to fix the desynchronization of the solar years with the lunar months. And among the new calendars that emerged was the Babylonian calendar, which was adopted by the sons of Israel in their exile in Babylon. Which became the “Jewish” calendar used today. Which is why the names of the months of the Jewish calendar are Babylonian. And also the new Roman calendar emerged, which became the Gregorian calendar. Which is the calendar used today by many nations, including the USA. The Gregorian calendar is purely solar, for its months no longer correlate with the moon. Yet the Jewish calendar is lunisolar, basing its years on the sun and its months on the moon. It is the calendar that mostly closely resembles the original 360 day lunar calendar of the Torah. And it is also an accurate calendar in determining when the appointed times of the Torah must truly happen in our current length of years. For the first appointed time of the Torah in Nisan 14 in the Jewish calendar, which is Passover, always happens after the Jerusalem spring equilux, just as it did in the original calendar of the Torah. Therefore Nisan in the Jewish calendar is truly New Moon 1 of the ancient calendar of the Torah. Which was formerly called Aviv in antiquity. Which is a Hebrew name. And since the first and second comings of Yeshuah are based on the appointed times of the Torah, which are based on the solar seasons and lunar months, then in the current time a man of God must know the appointed times of the Torah and the Jewish calendar to know the timing of the second coming of Yeshuah, and the events related to his descension on the earth. For Yeshuah will descend on the earth in the autumn in accordance to the appointed times of the autumn of the Torah. Just as his first coming relates to the appointed times of the spring of the Torah. And then, after his descension, in Tishri 1 will be the appointed time of trumpets of the Torah, which are the 7 trumpets of Revelation. One trumpet will be blasted per day for 7 days. The month of Tishri in the Jewish calendar is New Moon 7 of the original calendar of the Torah, which is around September or October in the Gregorian calendar. Then in Tishri 10 is the Day of Atonement of the Torah. Which is when the great shofar is blown. Which will be the gathering of the people of God. Which is commonly called the “rapture”. Which is why it is written, “and you Israel, will be gathered one by one, on that day the great shofar will be blown”. And then in Tishri 15 is the Feast of Tabernacles of the Torah. Which are the 7 bowls of wrath of Revelation. Which are 7 plagues that will be poured on the earth for 7 days, one plague a day. The months of the Jewish calendar are Nisan, which is around March or April. Then Iyar, which is around April or May. Then Sivan, which is around May or June. Then Tammuz, which is around June or July. Then Av, which is around July or August. Then Elul, which is around August or September. Then Tishri, which is around September or October. Then Cheshvan, which is around October or November. Then Kislev, which is around November or December. Then Tevet, which is around December or January. Then Shevat, which is around January or February. Then Adar, which is around February or March. And then sometimes Adar 2 in leap years, which is around March or April. The spring appointed times of the Torah begin in Nisan in the Jewish calendar, which is the equivalent of New Moon 1 of the ancient 360 day lunar calendar of the Torah. And the autumn appointed times of the Torah begin in Tishri in the Jewish calendar, which is the equivalent of New Moon 7 of the ancient 360 day lunar calendar of the Torah.

    Read my Bible study on this topic. Why the Calendar of the Torah was 360 Days, New Moons, and the True Fulfillment of Torah Appointed Times | Wisdom of God
     
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