In Old Testament days, the Holy of Holies or the Most Holy Place was
the most sacred part of a temple. The Holy of Holies was usually
located toward the rear of the Tabernacle and surrounded by a thick
curtain (Exodus Ch. 25-40). A symbolic curtain for this version of
the Holy of Holies is on the cover. Holy of Holies is the sequel to
Ages of Adam. Characters following the “begat” genealogy of Adam and
Seth include Enos, Cainan, Mahalaleel, Jared and Enoch.
Holy of Holies Ancient Calendars of the Holy Bible
In Old Testament days, the
Holy of Holies or the Most Holy Place was the most
sacred part of a temple. Levite priests were the only people allowed
to enter the Holy of Holies
during special worship times. Priests burned incense and performed
sacrificial ceremonies. The famous Ark of the Covenant adorned this
Most Holy Place. The Holy of Holies was usually
located toward the rear of the Tabernacle and surrounded by a thick
curtain (Exodus Ch. 25-40).
Inside the Holy of Holies,
a golden lamp stand, table, incense altar and bronze altar usually
accompanied the Ark of the Covenant. The table held the “Bread of
the Presence.” Sheets of gold covered the portable furnishings. The
calendar of Moses signifies ancient Judaism for those aspiring to be
“priests forever on the order of Melchizedek” (Psalms 110:4).
A symbolic curtain for this version of the Holy_of_Holies is on the
cover. The "Bread of the Presence" in this case is the body of the
church. Portability of the Holy_of_Holies mixes early customs with the
progress of technology. Levite priests once learned and practiced
the sacred rites of worship. The reading audience inherits the
responsibility. The calendar information dispersed is equally holy.
Holy_of_Holies is the sequel to Ages_of_Adam. A review of
calendar material presented in Ages_of_Adam first
introduces the separate Holy_of_Holies format.
Characters following the “begat” genealogy of Adam and Seth include
Enos, Cainan, Mahalaleel, Jared and Enoch. Genesis used a lunar/solar
calendar to measure the lifetime ages for the Antediluvian
Patriarchs. Six 800-year Generation Cycles plus the age of
Enoch together spans some 5200-years of the Mayan Great Cycle.
Seven repetitions in the Jewish Calendar, the Ark of the Covenant
and operant use of the 50-year Jubilee Cycle demonstrate
supernatural powers. Among the miracles noted is the wall collapse
at Jericho (Joshua 6:3 - 16).
At dawn each morning, Joshua's people encircled the city once a day
for six days. “Men of war” were to lead a procession of seven
priests blowing seven trumpets. Behind the priests, the Ark of the
The Lord commanded the
people following the Ark not to make any word or noise with their
voice. Everyone shouted on the day Joshua selected. On the seventh
day, the promenade encompassed the walls of Jericho seven times in
the same manner. Joshua advised the people to shout on the seventh
pass when they heard the ram's horn (shofar). The huge walls of
Jericho fell down flat. The children of Israel captured the entire
The Jewish Calendar is the Lord's
eternal domain. Based on the simple idea of separating, dividing and
"coming between," the natural differences between light and darkness
are measured by the Jewish Calendar. Extending the Jewish Calendar
beyond the first day (Genesis 1:4-5)
adds greater time cycles. Lunar weeks, then entire months, and
finally differences between lunar years and solar years become
foundational time keepers. Adam, Seth, Enos, Cainan, Mahalaleel,
Jared and Enoch form the calendar lineage of Antediluvian
(pre-flood) Patriarchs (forefathers). The pattern of lunar/solar
calendar order remained consistent for these seven Patriarchs. The
style of counting lunar/solar calendar years during Adam's time
persisted with 50-year Jubilee Cycles through the Exodus.
Perpetuating the ancestry of these historical figures, and the
blessed line toward Jesus Christ
(I Chronicles, Luke 3:23-38), the Jewish Calendar is the
procedure to measure time.
The Jewish Calendar harmonizes with the supernatural acts of God. Certain Jewish feasts and
festivals common to Judaism and adapted by Christianity glorify the
Lord. Celebrations preserve
the Testament of the Hebrews and the Holy Bible. Since the beginning of recorded history,
the Jewish Calendar has been in effect. Minor changes, modifications
and intercalations have caused slight variations in the Jewish
lunar/solar calendar since earliest days of the Creation. The
concept of 19-year or 20-year lunar/solar calendar cycles branched
many times over literally thousands of years.
The Jewish lunar/solar calendar indeed was the standard for Old Testament chronology. The
19-year pattern is a convention based upon lunar moon months. The
society marking ages prior to the Deluge mixed l/s features later
inherited by the Egyptian and Mayan calendar versions. Mobile groups
had practical requirements for a maternally linked lunar-side
calendar. Hunters and traveling bands looked up at night in order to
learn the monthly progress. A 20-year-l/s-cycle is a variation of
the 19-year-l/s-cycle. In contrast to the 19-year l/s pattern that
required 209-intercalary-days, the 20-year l/s cycle approximates
the difference between lunar and solar sides of the calendar to
210-days. Almighty God of
the early Israelites could easily be worshiped at appointed times by
Nomadic people face two distinct disadvantages with the
19-year-l/s-cycle calendar. Decisions were necessary to calculate an
exact month. A reference such as sighting the new moon crescent can
arguably vary over one, two or even three days. The difficult task
of keeping careful notes during 19-years certainly was problematic.
Unequal divisions of months and hence, years negate the possibility
of extensive calendars.
Lunar/solar 20-year cycles suggest a fixed society with solar
calendar worship directed toward a particular Baal or Seth god. Both
Semitic Baals and Egyptian Seths mutually shared masculine fertility
roles involving the solar-side of l/s calendar recording. The stable
20-year l/s calendar was easier to manage over extended periods and
the logical alternative for longer calendar systems. Fixed obelisks
and sacred pillars localized patronage to a particular area. The
20-year l/s cycle is a dominant sequence belonging to solar-side
calculations and paternal worship. Cosmology of the zodiac and
astronomical physics appear embedded in Egyptian mythology. Stories
concerning Osirus and the sun-god Ra contain numeric remnants of
Ages for the Antediluvian Patriarchs listed in Genesis incorporate the Mayan
400-year-Baktun-cycle and the 800-year Generation Cycle.
The calendar was long-standing for the intriguing culture that
recorded ages prior to the Deluge. Very ancient people were aware of
supernatural tendencies reliant upon precise calendar times. Names
for individual deities symbolically linked to numbered times. We
access intangible, spiritual connotations by drilling deeply into
the past. Resources exist to satiate appetites for magic, both
flagrant and overwhelming.
calendar systems of the Jewish Calendar, Egyptian Calendar and
Mesoamerican Calendars to develop the pinnacle publication in Holy Bible calendar science
research. Calendar tools encapsulate mathematical models and
spiritual ideas. Holy_of_Holies is the
innermost temple sanctuary of the Lord.
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Ages of Adam Review
Bible calendar information
for the Antediluvian Patriarchs of Genesis,
chapter 5, is extended in the Holy_of_Holies.
Previous readers continuing from Ages_of_Adam may recall
the lunar/solar calendar operations described for Adam and Seth.
Primary Ages of Adam and Seth Figure 1
Primary Ages of Adam and
Seth Figure 1
Adam lived an hundred and thirty years, and begat a son in his
after his image; and called his
"And Seth lived an hundred and
five years, and begat Enos:"
Day-Sacred-Year Matches with 260 Year-Sacred-Cycle
105 Days per Year Matches With
Primary 130-Year Age of Adam
Matches with 130-Year
Half of a 260-Year-Sacred-Cycle
And all the Days that …. were
…. Years supports
X Number of Days with X Number
See Genesis 5:5
|Entry to the Holy of Holies
prepares one for Holy Bible discussion about the most
sacred writings. The sanctuary within rests behind a
temple curtain. Precise definitions of ancient calendar
mathematics perhaps 10,000-years ago are in the
Antediluvian Calendar of the Patriarchs. The "begat"
family descendants following Adam is from chapter 5 of
Genesis. Like the ancestry of Kings and Pharaohs, entire
lunar/solar epochs of time describe the lifetime rule.
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the secondary age category in the Holy_of_Holies. The
secondary age category entails thirteen
400-year-Baktun-cycles in the vernacular of the Mayan
calendar. Appended images and color coded text end Adam’s second
400-year-Baktun-cycle 2 to complete the first 800-year Generation Cycle 1
in the secondary age category. The Antediluvian Calendar Table
system applies 13 steps of 400-year-Baktun-cycles to
describe the 5200-year Great Cycle from Adam to Enoch.
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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.
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