7 thoughts on “As In ‘The Days of Noah’ picture Jewish days

  1. My best girlfriend ever died on 18 Tevet after 3 years of cancer. December 26, 2018. She held on to see 30 of her personal offspring come to her home to her bedside at Christmas. Her 18 Tevet death could really be 18 Adar?
    Question: By adding an extra Adar in February this year in 2019, won’t that take us back to the normal calendar?…..except for the second month SimSim lesson.
    What do you make of the crickets at Mecca….blackouts in America…and Total Lunar Eclipse Sunday on Shevat 15…New Year for trees? I’m writing my thoughts now.

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    1. It’s always difficult to hear of someones loss. I am sorry for your loss of a dear friend. Times have been significant for me also because of a family loss. It’s an amazing journey. The beginning of feasts are a month late for those on a journey or (effected by death). I believe the analogy of fruit trees (as meat) and circumcision and the times of Noah and the miracle of Cana, Lazarus, etc. are all speaking to the same times. The mess of Revelation is angel speak and a complete confusion. I believe this New Year for trees is the time of Jesus’ first miracle. You can’t harvest fruit until the right time. It’s the central theme of Adam and Eve. Some fruit becomes orlah/obedient/according to law at the new year for trees. God’s time for fruit is from planting the seed plus circumcision time. I believe it is 270 (womb/planting) plus 2922 (solar 8 years)… or prophetic 276 (souls) plus 2,916 (full firkins…3x6stonesx 162 measures). I believe the count started at lamb separation of Pesach Sheni 5,770. I have not convinced anyone; and don’t care to argue it. It is very significant to me.

      I believe the Jewish calendar is off. Meaning Tishri 1 5779 didn’t occur according to hebcal.org on the day they have recorded. I believe 5779 started a month later. In addition, those “on a journey” (I’m including myself) add another month. So my Fall celebrations are 2 months later than the Jewish calendar. I also believe that the count of pentecost/shavuot is 7×7 plus 50=99. I believe that these fall winter feasts are actually a 180 degree mirror of the Spring feasts (Southern Hemisphere). For a Southern Hemisphere Jew to be obedient, I believe their law is tied to the spring of the Southern Hemisphere. So…I believe the 2 week wedding feast that starts on the new year for trees and ends on she vat 28 is the great day of the Feast and that it is 102 days (Shavuot) into the other half of the year.

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      1. This is very interesting to think about. Much more in-depth than my simple 20 theme with Yacov.
        I’ll always be open as our Creator does certainly have depth for those seeking depth. Thank you for sharing. May iron sharpen iron as we encourage one another. I’ll keep your thoughts available.

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  2. It’s good to stretch before the game. Here’s the stretch. When God is doing something that “hasn’t been done for a long time” it is a delayed a month. For example when men were effected by death or a long journey they celebrated Passover a month later. See also Hezekiah’s rededication of the temple in the second month. It’s also concealed in Samson’s riddle…If you don’t know the times you pay up 30 sheets (and 30 garments). This year (5,779) started a month too early (wasn’t fall yet for month of fall feasts). If you also add a second month to the Days of Noah…then the 17th of Tevet is actually the celebration of Cheshvan 17… the Day that Noah went into the Ark… which is Christmas of 2018. Hannukah always starts with a sliver of moon light and ends with a sliver of moon light. The “miracle” is when the light doesn’t go out. This year Venus remained and kept the temple lit.

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