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Primary 105-Year Age of Seth 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.

Primary 105-Year Age of Seth Legend

Genesis 5:6
"And Seth lived an hundred and five years, and begat Enos:"

The primary 105-year age of Seth completes the 365-year calendar pattern. Seth (Seti) was 105 years old at the time of fathering Enos, the next "begat" descendant of Adam. Figure 1 (Primary_Ages_of_Adam_and_Seth.htm) shows that 365-day-solar-years numerically match 365-year-solar-cycles. Seth's 105-year primary age numerically matches with 105-days in a 365-day-solar-year.

The 100-years of difference between a 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle and a 360-Tun-year period imply that 105-years in the primary age of Seth parallels a related number of days. Seth's primary age of 100-years, plus five-years, emphasizes association of days and years in a single numerical term and connects the two time intervals in the extreme past. "And all the days of .... were .... years" excerpts agreement between archaic Jewish and Egyptian calendars. Jewish calendar years for the Antediluvian Patriarchs associate by numerical content days and years with Egyptian Sothic Cycle patterns.

The personified Seth of the Bible illustrates certain elements of an Egyptian mythological deity. Seth ties the primary age of the Patriarchs listed to Sothic Calendar dating as the founder of lunar/solar time keeping methods. The Abydos triad consisted of Osirus, his sister and consort goddess Isis and their son Horus. Seth was the brother of the fertility god, Osiris. Much of the known mythology survives from papyrus texts following Pre-Dynastic Egypt, which ends about 3,100 BCE. Chronographers rely upon significant cross-references for Old Testament dating. Mesoamerican calendars superimpose patterns over the ancient legend.

The Seth of Egyptian lore murdered Osirus. A bitter rivalry ensued between Seth and Horus over inheritance. Seth fought to control his birthright Upper Egypt of the Old Kingdom. Horus was the first-born son of Osirus and claimed to be the heir apparent. Horus, often identified with king Menes, ultimately defeated Seth and united Upper and Lower Egypt. Some versions of the story say that Horus avenged his father’s death by killing Seth. Seth and Horus finally reconcile in other versions. Semitic Baal weighs against Seth for Egyptians and his female counterpart, Nephthys is a variant of the goddess, Astarte or Astaroth. Osiris becomes a god who presides in judgment before sin confessions of the dead. Horus rules as a benevolent god for the living.

The rightful heir of the first-born son and the brotherly conflict are pieces of the scripture calendar puzzle. Osirus is the son of earth-god Geb and the sky-goddess Nut. Egyptian mythology resurrects Osirus from 14 parts to teach agricultural skills. Nut has a lover named Thoth. In a game, Thoth wins 1/72 of the moon every day from her. Thoth combines the 72-lunar-parts into 5-days and adds them to the original Egyptian calendar of 360-days.

Nighttime, underworld relationships of Osirus with the moon is indisputable. Measuring 14-lunar-parts in two weeks reveals returning lunar visibility. Osirus returns to hear cries from the underworld once again. Lunar months measure the growing and harvest times of the year. Mesoamerican calendars reiterate Thoth’s lunar collections. Both Egyptian and Mayan Calendars commonly include 5-special-days of feasting. The 52-year Calendar Round consists of 73-Tzolken-sacred-years. One final sacred-year results after 72-sacred-years from the difference between 365-day-Haab-solar-years and 360-day-Tun-years.

The 360-day midpoint length of year was a standard that fell midway between a 12-month-lunar-year and the 365-day-solar-year. Five special feast days add to a 360-day length of year. The primary age of Seth is 100-years with 5-years extra that bear special place-value significance. Seth’s primary age adds 100-years to a 260-year-Tzolken-sacred cycle in order to achieve the numerically matched 360-year-Tun-cycle. Mayan Calendar vocabulary such as Tzolken for 260-days or 260-years exchanges time units with Ethiopic and Egyptian Calendar roots. Tun stands for 360-days as a midpoint length of year between 354-day-lunar-years and 365-day-solar-years. Tun extends via numerical matching to include a 360-year-Tun-cycle. Five special years add to complete the 365-year combination that includes both primary ages of Adam and Seth. According to Eidemann's Commentary on the Bible, we note mention taken from the Exegesis that written information was literally on the columns of Seth.

Pyramids depicted in related figures show the all-seeing eye associated with Osirus and the 1,461-year Sothic Cycle. The eye is similar to the eye appearing on the back of a United States one-dollar bill. Our founding fathers realized the significance of Egyptian mythology. Changes to the older Roman Julian Calendar in 1,582 AD to the Gregorian Calendar left colonists with mixed religious feelings. Constitutional directives called for the freedom of religion and the separation of church and state. Any changes to the 365-day-solar-year calendar can reverberate through time for literally hundreds of years.

The above example shows the gravity of profound calendar change. Historians usually indicate the Sothic Cycle lasting 1,460-years. According to Wikipedia today, compelling evidence moves the 1,461 Sothic Cycle dating forward to 2,781 BCE. Note the entire Sothic Cycle difference here modifies earlier work and moreover, increments the Sothic Cycle from 1,460-years to 1,461-years. Adjustment renders corrected history as opposed to revisionist history. Work by Time Emits has prompted many authors to cite the Sothic Cycle extending 1,461-years. After King Djoser in the third dynasty, Egyptologists are sure 5-special-days were included following the 360-day midpoint, Tun-year of classical Mesoamerican Calendars.

Numerical significance regarding 364-day-Ethiopic-years conveys wider influence predicating accepted history. Often called curious in scholarly, twentieth century compositions, counting 364-days per year always seemed odd. Writers were keen to disregard its importance. Scripture validates Egyptians and Ethiopians sharing cultural ties. The reason behind listing 364-days as opposed to 365-days for a solar year is the simple 1-day to 1-year concept of numerical matching. The Mayan calendar provides background l/s calendar information to aid our study.  Lunar/separation times are crucial to the ancient past.

Primary 105-Year Age of Seth Baktuns extends Mayan and Mesoamerican calendar math to far greater time cycles. Antediluvian Calendar practices include numerical matching, squaring time and time splits. Baktuns are introduced to signal 400-years and the process of multiplying 20-year lunar/solar cycles by themselves. 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 lunar/solar 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 Buy Now SKU P105YAS .99

Primary 105-Year Age of Seth Baktuns

Lunar/solar calendar tools prove useful in evaluating the primary 105-year age of Seth. Precious knowledge from Mesoamerican calendars opens new validity for using the time split tool and numerical matching. The time split tool divides a 260-year-sacred-cycle in figures 1 and 2 (Primary_Ages_of_Adam_and_Seth). The primary 130-year age of Adam results as we reconstruct the lunar/solar Antediluvian Calendar. Numerically matching days and years is the calendar tool that helps define ages for Adam and his son, Seth. From the time of Adam's beginning to the age that he "begat" Seth, we have 130-days and 130-years in the designated primary age of Adam. A 260-day-Tzolken-sacred-year and 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle are Mesoamerican components called Tzolken. Both upper pie subdivisions in figure 1 represent the parallel theme of 130-day and 130-year dual units of time.

The graph indicates three intervals that complete 365-days-and-years in a single numerical term. Primary ages for Adam and Seth utilize 365-days that confirm the 260-day-Tzolken-sacred-year. In the same manner, 365-years were a numerical model using the 260-year-sacred-cycle. The final 105-years complete a 365-year-solar-cycle following the 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle.

The splitting of time continues with the next layer of calendar progression. Numerical matching was again evident. A 20-year lunar/solar calendar is the source that yields 210-days of lunar/solar separation time. The time split applies to divide 210-days of the 20-year-l/s-cycle into 105-day halves. The lunar-side and solar-time splits are 105-days each. Seth’s primary age 105-days and years is a single numerical term. The 20-year-l/s-cycle reinforces 105-days following 260-days with another 105-day solar-side time split.

An analogy of tossing a stone into a quiet pond may describe concentric cycles of time. Ancients viewed time as ever widening circles. The primary 130-year age of Adam is the center point where the stone strikes the pond. Waves radiate outward exactly as time expands for a lunar/solar calendar. Significant waves are the month, year, 20-years and the 400-year Mesoamerican calendar cycles.

Reasoning follows that similar time split treatments apply when the lunar/solar calendar expands. A Mayan Baktun encompasses 400-years in a greater lunar/solar cycle. Figure 1 below discovers the next time split level of calendar strata. Mesoamerican Calendars used 400-year-l/s-cycles to record separation times. The 20-year cycle extends for 20 multiples of 20-year cycles, or 400-years in figure 1 (Eqn. 1). Each 400-year period is a single Mayan Baktun Cycle. The right-hand side shows the solar-side time split of a 400-year Baktun Cycle. The lunar-side of the 400-year Baktun Cycle period appears on the left. Repeating 360-day midpoint lengths of years, 20 times 20-years each attains 210-years of lunar/solar separation time. Lunar-side and solar-side time splits amount 105-days each (Eqn. 2 and 3). The same rules for figuring lunar/solar separation apply by squaring time. The primary 105-year age of Seth reinforces 105-days.

210-Year Time Split for 400-Years  Figure 1

360-Year Midpoint of a 400-Year Lunar/Solar Calendar Cycle

354 Lunar-Years               365-Solar-Years
- 6 Years                     + 5 Years or 4 (Enoch)
Lunar-Side Time Split        Solar-Side Time Split
400-Year Baktun Cycle       400-Year Baktun Cycle
- 105 Years Lunar-Side / + 105 Years Solar-Side

210 Years of Lunar/Solar Time Split in 400-Year Baktun Cycle
±105-Years L/S Time Split for a 400-Year Baktun Cycle

400-Year Baktun Cycle x 2
= 800-Year Generation Cycle in Secondary Age of Adam

210-Year Time Split for 400-Years  Figure 1

The 400-year Baktun Cycle in figure 1 centers the midpoint 360-years to specify lunar/solar separation time. Lunar/solar separation returns 210-years to be time split in half. A solar-side time split 105-years is on the right-hand side. The summary assigns 105-years solar-side reckoning to the masculine half of lunar/solar separation time (Eqn. 2). The left-hand 105-years assign to the feminine half of lunar/solar separation (Eqn. 3). The 400-year Baktun Cycle is instrumental to the secondary age category. By this token, 360-years are the midpoint between 354.75-years of lunar-side time and 365.25-years of solar-side time. Figure 1 rounds to the whole numbers 354-lunar-years and 365-solar-years for consistency.

Equations 1-3

1.    20 Multiples
x 20-Year Lunar/Solar Calendar Cycle
= 400-Year Baktun Cycle of Mesoamerican Calendars

2.    210 Years of Lunar/Solar Separation per 400-Year Baktun Cycle
÷ 2 Time Split
= 105 Years and Half of Lunar/Solar Separation is Solar-Side, or Masculine Gender per 400-Years

3.    210 Years of Lunar/Solar Separation per 400-Year Baktun Cycle
÷ 2 Time Split
= 105 Years and Half of Lunar/Solar Separation is Lunar-Side, or Feminine Gender per 400-Years

In the genealogy of Genesis, Chapter 5, Seth is the first generation following Adam. Seth means founder, or originator in literal Hebrew. Seth is the baseline heir for the paternal chronology of Adam. Seth's primary 105-year age invoked the first solar-side time split following Adam's era. Solar-side time splits bisected the 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle with the pretense of division to separate and to make holy those times to follow. Halves and quarters of the 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle began and terminated at intersections with solar-side time splits. Ancient eyes saw lunar/solar calendar patterns advance by watching and recording heavenly motions. The primary age category marking the halving, doubling, and dividing of time continues to Enos in the Holy_of_Holies sequel to Ages_of_Adam.

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