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11 Ages_of_Adam PDF Articles include Pics and Updates from Paypal-Payloadz for Only 99 cents Each! View Cart Antediluvian_First_Calendar provides an overview that connects the Mayan calendar with the earliest Bible calendar -- the Antediluvian Patriarchs.  Ancient calendars in the Holy Bible had lunar/solar calendar origins. The work at timeemits develops tools from the three oldest known lunar/solar calendars: Jewish, Mayan and Egyptian.  Chapter 5 in Genesis lists the ages of the Antediluvian Patriarchs.  The “begat” family of Adam measured time with a lunar/solar calendar similar to the Mayan calendar. 169 kb eStore Antediluvian_First_Calendar  AoA_Articles more>

                    height= Ancient_Calendars_of_the_Holy_Bible includes a general calendar flow starting from original seven day weeks and lunar phases. Progression toward 360-day midpoint years involves lunar/solar calendars. Antediluvian Calendar derives the Begat Genealogy of Adam in chapter 5 of Genesis. Egyptian, Jewish, Mesoamerican and the 364-day calendar year stem variations of the ancient calendar system. Legacy Egyptian calendar Sothic Cycle dating leads to Roman, Julian and finally Gregorian solar calendars. Hillel II formulated modern Jewish 19-year lunar/solar cycles. Mayan culture branched into multiple Mesoamerican Calendars. 180 kb eStore Ancient_Calendars_of_the_Holy_Bible  AoA_Articles more> Moon_as_the_Earliest_Calendar gives readers of the Holy Bible information recorded in ancient times. Lunar/solar calendars were common throughout the ancient world. Three calendar systems that help our study of Bible times are the Jewish, Mesoamerican and the Egyptian calendars. Changes in the appearance of the moon at night provide the seven-day week. Time steps in the lunar/solar calendar accumulate for longer time cycles. 130 kb eStore  Moon_as_the_Earliest_Calendar AoA_Articles more> Jewish_Calendar_Sacred_and_Civil_Years highlights fundamental concepts involving the Jewish Calendar. The 19-year lunar/solar Metonic cycle adds a final Veadar lunar month or Second Adar, to intercalate some 209-days of lunar/solar separation time. Dating from 3,761 BCE, the Jewish year calculates to be one of six different lengths of days. One of our more popular articles. 245 kb eStore Jewish_Calendar_Sacred_and_Civil_Years
AoA_Articles more> Splitting_of_Time Seven extra lunar months were the chosen standard practice that matched with the seven-day week. Middle Eastern calendars likely intercalated 7-months as 209-days of l/s separation time. The 360-day length of year was common in very early prehistory. Extending the single l/s calendar year to the Mayan “katun” 20-year multiple of the l/s calendar continues exactly this fundamental, approximate intercalation of 210-days. Any l/s calendar year of 360-days balances the difference between lunar years and solar years. The outcome is time split to become 105-days each for the lunar-side and solar-side. 403 kb eStore  Splitting_of_Time  AoA_Articles more> Ancient_ Egyptian_Calendar describes the fundamental 1,461-Year Sothic Cycle. Sirius, Venus and mythology are closely woven to influence the Antediluvian Calendar of the Patriarchs in Genesis. 134 kb eStore Ancient_Egyptian_Calendar  AoA_Articles more> Mesoamerican_Calendars describes the Aztec, Incan and Mayan Calendars of Central and South America. The 5200-year Great Cycle and 800-Year Generation Cycle are parts of the Genesis Bible Calendar -- the Antediluvian Patriarchs. 155 kb eStore Mesoamerican_Calendars 
AoA_Articles more> Add To Cart SKU MC .99 Generations_of_Adam PDF includes two articles: Generations of Adam and 800-Year Generation Cycles that combine in the Antediluvian Calendar table for reference. Generations of Adam describes the calendar treasures known to Adam and the Antediluvian Patriarchs that bring ancient humanity closer to us. Jewish, Egyptian and Mayan calendars provide numbers in a universal language. Old Testament text in Genesis 5 carries the Mayan 5200-year Great Cycle and 800-Year Generation Cycles in the Genesis Bible calendar of the Antediluvian Patriarchs. 160 kb eStore 
AoA_Articles more > Generations of Adam and  800-Year_Generation_Cycles Add to Cart SKU GA .99 _Ages_of_Adam_and_Seth connects the Mayan calendar with the earliest Bible calendar and two diagrammed, listed ages for Adam and Seth. Adam and Seth begin the list of Antediluvian Patriarchs in Genesis. Ancient calendars in the Holy Bible had lunar/solar calendar origins. The work at timeemits develops tools from the three oldest known lunar/solar calendars: Jewish, Mayan and Egyptian. The “begat” family of Adam measured time with a lunar/solar calendar similar to the Mayan calendar. 174 kb eStore Primary_Ages_of_Adam_and_Seth
more> Add To Cart SKU PAAS .99 Primary_105-Year_Age_of_Seth includes four previous articles: Legend, Baktuns, Seth to Enoch Analogy and Effects. Legend combines ancient Egyptian mythology surrounding Seth and Enoch with principles found in the Holy Bible. Layered Antediluvian Calendar chronology begins with Mayan and relevant lunar/solar time. Supernatural spirituality within Judaism, examples and modern interpretations lead readers toward the Holy_of_Holies. Baktuns extends Mayan and Mesoamerican calendar math to far greater time cycles. Antediluvian Calendar practices include numerical matching, squaring time and time splits. Baktuns signal 400-year cycles and the process of multiplying 20-year lunar/solar cycles by themselves. Seth to Enoch Analogy follows a fictitious young man duty bound to write ancient observations throughout his lifetime and pass Holy Writings down within his family. Dynasties evidence deities, gods and kings have all portrayed calendar roles for Egyptology and Judaism. A 364-day calendar year applies for Seth and Enoch. Effects Chronology established for the Antediluvian Patriarchs modifies traditional BCE dating methods with lunar/solar application. Prehistory before Abraham and supernatural influences are two effects borne from Seth’s position in ancient lore. 434 kb eStore more> Primary_105-Year_Age_of_Seth_Legend_&_Baktuns, Seth_to_Enoch_Analogy, Primary_105-Year_Age_of_Seth_Effects Secondary_800-Year_Ages_of_Adam_and_Seth begins the Secondary Age Category with the first two 800-Year Generation Cycles. Lunar/solar math in the Holy Bible had lunar/solar calendar origins from the three oldest sources: Jewish, Egyptian and Mesoamerican Calendars that support the Antediluvian Patriarchs Bible calendar. Secondary 807-Year Age of Seth follows l/s Primary 105-Year Age of Seth using Mayan terms: Katun, Baktun Cycles, Tzolken and Tun. Timeemits defines both Primary and Secondary Age Categories in the lengthening Bible calendar. Each Antediluvian Patriarch character in the lineage to Enoch reports time reckoning common to ancient civilizations. Article includes bridge page between the two articles, colorized Antediluvian Calendar table and graphics. 152 kb eStore AoA_Articles more> Secondary_800-Year_Age_of_Adam, more> Secondary_807-Year_Age_of_Seth

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Ages_of_Adam articles include earliest calendar information about Jewish, Mesoamerican and Egyptian calendars with minor revisions. Holy_of_Holies articles include later updates detailing time cycles and relationships surrounding the Begat Genealogy following Adam. These articles comprise the /AoA_Articles and /HoH_Articles subdirectories at timeemits. Visit the Table of Contents to see the entire sections. Additional topics such as ancient astronomy, spiritual concerns and more advanced time cycles are included. Most Articles titles have image content. You will find these images useful in describing abstract time cycles. Recent free teaching Videos pertain to subject area and content, not specific articles. asks sites re-printing articles to maintain the byline and keep the article intact. Alternatively, use APA publishing guidelines for citations and references. Investor-Affiliates help sponsor this ministry and sustain free distribution. We suggest you become a partner by purchasing two print copies of Ages_of_Adam. You may choose via (hard print edition) or Paypal-Payloadz Instant downloads. Please share our links.

 Relativity for calendar systems differentiates Absolute vs. Relative past. Absolute records in the common style of the era. Relative translates to modern timekeeping. Cones and triangles describe NOW moments ever widening as one approaches light speed. NOW traverses all eternity and a single thought at the speed of light is synonymous with infinity. 774 kb, eStore check image, CRS moved to Testimony_Articles more>

Are you a pastor, educator or a student of the Holy Bible? seeks anointed people to review and contribute to the Ages_of_Adam ministry. Ancient lunar/solar calendars like the Jewish and Mayan calendars provide the background to understanding early time. Ancient calendars of the Holy Bible use differences between the moon and sun, numerical matching and a 364-day calendar year to describe X-number of days that match with X-number of years. Ages_of_Adam is a free read at timeemits.

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