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Ancient_Egyptian_Calendar describes the 1,461-year Sothic Cycle. Leap day patterns add one more year to the Osirian branded system. The 5200-year Great Cycle and 800-year Generation Cycle are parts of the Genesis Bible calendar -- the Antediluvian Patriarchs.

Ancient Egyptian Calendar

The ancient Egyptians were doing something special with their calendar system. They had computed and used the 365-day-solar-year. Ancient Egyptians had also accounted for the one-quarter-leap-day fraction every year. The Egyptian Calendar was decidedly solar. Egyptian starting calendar dates between 4,236 BCE and 4,241 BCE derives from hieroglyphs, Egyptology concerning Pharaoh Dynasties and a few Greek writings. Using 12-lunar-months of 30-days each, the official Egyptian year had 360-days. Another five special feast days (epagomenal) add to 360-days at the end of the year following the winter solstice. The quarter leap day every year accumulates.

1461 Year Sothic Cycle of Ancient Egypt Figure 1
1461 Year Sothic Cycle Figure 1
Pyramid Calendar of Enoch 1461 Days – Years

1461 Days – Years

1461 Days
Solar Year = 365.25 Days
Solar Year = 364 Days + 1.25 Days per Year
Four Sides = 4(364 Days + 1.25 Days)
Four Sides = 4 x 365 Days + 1 Leap Day
1461 Days (Leap Cycle)
= 1456 Days + 4 Days + 1 Leap Day

1461 Year Sothic Cycle
1461 Year Sothic Cycle = 1460 Years + 1 Year
1456 Years of 364 Days per Year
Four Sides = 4(364 Years + 364 Days + 91 Leap Days)
Four Sides = 1456 Years + 1456 Days + 364 Leap Days
1456 Years + 4 Years + 1 Year of Leap Days
1461 Year Sothic Cycle = 1460 Years + 1 Year

364-Years of 364-Days per Year
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A 365-day Egyptian total year matches with a 365-year period. Instead of including a single leap day at the end of every four years like we do now, the Egyptians added a single year at the end of 4 passes of 365-years each (Eqn. 1). After 1,460-years, or 4 periods of 365-years, one full year of leap time figured to be 365-extra-leap-days. One leap day every 4-years of our calendar was reversed for one complete year in the Egyptian Calendar. The ancient Sothic Cycle of the Egyptians at the top layer of the pyramid in figure 1 had 1,461-years. The top-level summit of the pyramid shown indicates the 1,461-year-Sothic-Cycle of the Egyptians. The identical treatment of days and years was the paramount feature of the Egyptian solar calendar.

1,461-Year Sothic Cycle

Equation 1.

1.    1,461-Year Sothic Cycle
= 4 Cycles x 365 Years per Cycle
x 365.25 Days per Year
= 1460 Years x 365.25 Days per Year
= 1460 Years
x (365 Days per Year + 0.25 Days per Year)
= 1460 Years (365 Days per Year) + 365 Days
= 1460 Years + 1 Year
= 1461 Year Sothic Cycle

Numerical matching of days and years is discovered in the pattern of the ancient Egyptian Calendar. Our modern leap day on February 29 intercalates every 4 years of 365-days each or after 1,460-days. The Egyptians reversed this practice to intercalate an entire "leap year" after four complete passes of 365-years, or 1,460-years. The final leap year added 365-leap-days more to make the whole Sothic Cycle 1,461-years long. The Egyptian dynastic rule of the pharaohs, the heavenly observation of the star Sirius and the resulting theism were perpetuated by the solar calendar. Egyptian_Calendar  PDF Download Only .99 cents from Paypal-Payloadz 134 kb
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.
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The Sothic Cycle and the associated Osirian mythology helps tie the ancient Egyptian Calendar to Mesoamerican Calendars (formerly Sun Kingdom's). The resurrection story transforming a god into a star is a fascinating parallel. Osirus is said to have become Sirus and Quetzacoatl became Venus. Secondly, we note 1,460 days attached to Sothic Cycle double in the Mesoamerican legends to be 2,920 days. A finite agreement is achieved from the Dresden Codex and Egyptology.

The ancient Egyptian Sothic Cycle above shows the relationship of the biblical Enoch character and the Egyptian Calendar sequence. Enoch is the seventh pre-flood ancestor descendant from Adam. Enoch's ages are associated with calendars and astronomy. Our Holy Bible includes written records that began in the extreme past. Before the flood, ties existed between the group of characters called the Antediluvian Patriarchs in Genesis, Chapter 5 and the early calendars.

Genesis 5:23 proclaims the total 365-year age of Enoch:

"And all the days of Enoch were three hundred sixty and five years:"

Enoch's age of 365 years in Genesis relates to the Egyptian Sothic Cycle of 1,461 years. Other scriptures such as Hebrews 11:5 in the New Testament also mention Enoch. Extra reading in some, very old Jewish writings, namely the three books of Enoch, specify that Enoch assigned 364-days to the calendar year. The Enochian Calendar had 52 even weeks of seven days each, with one day remaining. Traditional Jewish use of the seven-day week is upheld by 52 even weeks. Seven Sabbatic years may have been included to follow the Jubilee pattern. Seven days and the composite seven years maintain the Sabbath order. The last day of the solar calendar year was set apart and added up over several years. The Enochian Sect was the group of followers that recognized this idea of cascaded time measurement. Putting this whole picture together, the ancients were using numerical matching of days versus years to measure the same thing, time. The Enochian Calendar closely resembles the ancient Egyptian Calendar.

Ancient time reckoning and recording affirmed the most basic counting procedures according to cycles of the sun, moon, and stars. Entrenched throughout the history of world civilization are the main ingredients of lunar/solar calendars. From the earliest conceptions of Adam and Eve to the wide array of mythology and folklore, humanity aligns with masculine and feminine dualism inherent to lunar/solar calendar operations. Patterns of female fertility cycles have been forever linked with lunar, monthly periods of about 29-and-one-half days. Literal Hebrew meanings found in Bible dictionaries, lexicons and the more exhaustive concordances provide Eve to be the "woman, child-bearer and mother to all the living." Adam meant the "generic man, breathing creature", or simply "person" in literal Hebrew.

Lunar/solar time splits were expanded results of dual heavenly observance. Nearly 11-days of lunar/solar separation time came between, divided, and separated the lunar year of 12-moon-months, or 354-days, versus a solar year of 365-days. Time further subdivides, or splits, to attribute half the difference to the lunar, female Eve side of ancient calendars. The remaining companion half of 11-days attributes to the solar, male side of time reckoning.

The early portion of Genesis accommodates both 19-year and 20-year types of l/s cycles. The Jewish Calendar conveys the bulk of calendar reference. The ancient Egyptian Calendar has to be regarded as a supplemental source. Connections between the Egyptian Calendar and Mesoamerican Calendars can be further explored. The intent of the scriptures carries historical calendar information and the spiritual aspects devoted to worship.

The Bible is the authority we use to validate this form of calendar science. All the calendar knowledge that we can possibly assess relies upon the antiquity of the text. Our study of time next crosses a threshold of spirit and faith to admit understanding the original purpose. The spirit of the archaic writings leads us to intention and context. Faith must take precedence over factual indicators.

Testimony is the evidence of things unseen. The Jewish God has no form or flesh. The Jewish Calendars is an instrument that positions feasts and festivals for practical living. As Mt. Sinai was a place for revelation, and the giving of Law to Moses, the calendar sets the time for worship. God and time are invisible.

Ancient writers of the Old Testament recorded the passage of time with the same thesis of testimony. The prudent approach is to decipher meanings with similar intention and context. The spirit and essence of the original scriptures can be captured with the aid of calendar tools. The goal is to view the calendar as the ancients once described. Inventory of the calendar tools include calendar fragments, ideas of faith, and testimony.

Time measured by the earliest calendar lengthened along with supporting philosophies toward the heavens. Another layer of dualistic observance was added when the next graduation of the calendar occurred. To the feminine, Eve side of the lunar/solar calendar again was attributed half the difference between lunar and solar calendar expansions. The masculine, solar sun-side counterpart received half the difference between the two systems also. The miracle of human birth was addressed by the calendar eons ago.

Any 19-year cycle in the Jewish calendar multiplies 11-days of lunar/solar difference for about 209-days. Ancient Greek, Babylonian, and Chinese calendars incorporated similar 19-year patterns that added some 209-intercalary days in order to adjust the lunar side with the solar side of the calendar. Sister calendars of the Aztec, Inca, and Mayan cultures also used lunar/solar calendar systems for measuring time. The 19-year l/s time split pattern is a calendar tool.

The 20-year l/s cycle modifies the 19-year l/s calendar tool. Following other l/s calendars, 209-days of lunar/solar separation were approximated for 210-days, or seven extra intercalary months of 30-days each. Within Mesoamerican calendars, a 20-year period became the standard unit. Numerical matching of seven intercalary months in 20-years reinforced the sacred seven-day week that was found especially in 19-year lunar/solar calendars. Along these lines, numerical matching for given multiples of days was associated with numerical matching for the same number of years. Numerical matching of days and years becomes an imperative calendar tool.

Calendar science provides an accurate view of history. The calendar is the foundation that history is built upon. Chronology of the past is necessary for cultural study. Remote history preserves important dates to explain things in the past. Anniversaries and holidays are significant. Celebrating these important dates shapes the future. Every society uses a system of time measurement to assign dates to events. Today, the modern calendar is highly developed. An improved acquaintance with the Old Testament is obtained through important calendar information.

Ancient calendars of the Middle East share identities of the Mesoamerican calendars. Mesoamerican Calendars simulate religious principles found with Middle Eastern calendars. Restored meanings are evident in Genesis. Ages recorded for the genealogy following Adam present high correlations to calendar usage by civilizations of long ago. Tools provided by the three oldest, major calendars known to civilization blend for a hybrid insight into early biblical chronology. Variations of calendar observance may be employed to adjust historical perspectives. The calendars used for the Antediluvian Patriarchs, or pre-flood forefathers, extend into the past nearly 14,000 years ago.

The Bible calendar advocates literal Hebrew definitions for Adam and Eve. Biblical ages given for Adam, and the Antediluvian Patriarchs following, include both primary and secondary age levels. Time measured from birth of the named father until begetting the next character is the primary age. Primary ages listed serve lunar/solar divisions that are halved in order to develop the extensive calendar. Secondary ages comprise the time measured from birth of the next son until the death of the father. Secondary ages involve overall cycles that relate to a distinctive intercalary time. Halving and doubling of time was the main style of recording ancient lunar/solar calendars. Seven-day week divisions were set by lunar phases during the calendar of Adam. Rounded 30-day months provided formative lunar calendars. Early religious philosophies and calendar use are documented with a parallel theme in the Book of Genesis.

Addendum: 3-2-7
Now the legend of the Phoenix is the story of its translation at the end of the Phoenix period or cycle. The legend is thus Egyptian or Greek mythological form of the translation of Hanock (Enoch). In Egyptian, Pa as a prefix to a proper name signified “the house of,” or the “father of the house of” the individual designated by the proper name. Hence the Egyptian name Grecianised as “Phoenix” was apparently derived down from “Pa-Hanok” or “Pa-Enoch,” the name of the father of the House of Enoch. The Phoenix cycle, therefore, is the cycle of Pa-Hanok, the Cycle of the house of Enoch.
The Great Pyramid: Its Divine Message, D. Davidson and H. Aldersmith, p.37. Publisher: Kessinger Publishing (March 1997) ISBN-10: 1564591166

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