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Numerically matching a 365-day-solar-year, 365-year-solar-cycle and the lifespan 365-year age of Enoch form an original 365-days-and-years single term. Enoch walked with God for 300-years after becoming the father of Methuselah indicates a sharp transition. Three versions of the book of Enoch exist. All phases of the Mayan 5200-Tun-year Great Cycle are accounted for by a sequence of seven Antediluvian Patriarchs.

Secondary 300-Year Age of Enoch

Genesis
5:22

"And Enoch
walked with God after he begat Methuselah three hundred years, and
begat sons and daughters:"

Enoch "walked with God" for 300-years after becoming the father of Methuselah indicates a sharp transition following the earlier primary 65-year age of his life. Enoch's transformation fulfills the righteous Metatron figure of Jewish literature. Contrasting 360-day-Tun-years in the primary 65-year age of his life with the secondary age category 300-Tun-years age during later life agrees with the viewpoint of the translational process. Numerically matching a 365-day-solar-year, 365-year-solar-cycle and the lifespan 365-year age of Enoch form an original 365-days-and-years single term.

The secondary age category adds cumulative 400-year Baktun cycles which number from 1 to 13 in the last column of Antediluvian_Calendar_Table_Figure_24. Another l/s designation shortens the phrase lunar/solar years and differentiates numbered 400-year-l/s-Baktun-cycles by assigning a cumulative age value in the list. Successive 400-year Baktun cycles number from 1 to 13 with associated 400-l/s-year multiples. Table_Figure_24 shows 4800-l/s-years through the secondary 800-year Generation Cycle of Jared. For example, the secondary 800-year age of Jared ends with 400-l/s-year Baktun cycle 12. Jared ends by summing 4800-l/s-years in the secondary age category as well. Enoch's secondary age category provides the last 400-year Baktun cycle 13 to arrive at 5200-l/s-years. A Mayan 5200-year Great Cycle has likewise lunar/solar mathematics to end with 13 multiples of a 400-l/s-year Baktun cycle.

Mayan 104-year Venus Rounds and Judaic 105-year Venus Rounds are comparable time reckoning instruments that help discern 400-year-l/s-Baktun-cycles.

Recall from Ages_of_Adam that 400-Tun-years in a 400-year Baktun cycle result from squaring 20-lunar/solar-years. Every 400-l/s-year Baktun cycle circumscribes 210-l/s-years of separation time. The solar-side half is therefore 105-years of solar-side time split. A single Judaic 105-year Venus Round identifies immediately as 105-years of solar-side time split for every 400-l/s-year Baktun cycle. Mayan 104-year Venus Rounds can replace Judaic to better agree with progressive computations. Each 800-year Generation Cycle respects 210-years of solar-side time split. Two Judaic 105-year Venus Rounds may substitute as 210-years of solar-side time split for 800-year Generation Cycles, or with 800-l/s-years in the secondary age category.

All previous primary age category elements specify a fractional half or quarter of a 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle. Adam was given as 130-Tun-years, which is half of 260-Tun-years. The given 90-Tzolken-sacred-year age for Enos easily converts to 65-Tun-years. Enos imparts the next third quarter of 260-Tun-years via conversion principles of equality. Mahalaleel quarters 260-Tun-years to complete the first lunar/solar 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle. Mahalaleel's given 65-Tun-year age is already in 360-day-Tun-years and therefore needs no conversion to 260-day-Tzolken-sacred-years.

Secondary age category elements include two 400-l/s-year Baktun cycles that add for each 800-year Generation Cycle. Every 400-l/s-year Baktun cycle embodies one solar-side Judaic 105-year Venus Round or one 104-year Venus Round in the Mayan vernacular. Substitution is possible so long as the units remain consistent. Secondary age 400-l/s-year Baktun cycle 1 and 400-l/s-year Baktun cycle 2 can substitute for 104-year Venus Round 1 and 104-year Venus Round 2, respectively. Subsequent solar-side 400-l/s-year Baktun cycle numbers through 12 therefore are singularly substitutable with corresponding solar-side 105-year Venus Rounds numbers through 12.

Seth's primary 105-year age divides Adam's secondary age 800-year Generation Cycle from Enos to distinguish separate 400-l/s-year Baktun cycles 1-2. Seth performs the first solar-side time split. Cainan divides two entire 800-year Generation Cycles by rendering the second solar-side time split. Cainan's 70-Tzolken-sacred-year age, equaling 50-Tun-years, inserts between Enos and Mahalaleel. Cainan completes the first solar-side only 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle. Generation Cycle 3 consists of 400-l/s-year Baktun cycles 5-6 that belong to Enos. Generation Cycle 4 extends the secondary age category with 400-l/s-year Baktun cycles 9-10 and they are assigned to Mahalaleel. Following identical procedures of earlier characters in the chain, Jared provides the third solar-side time split having 225-Tzolken-sacred-years or the converted 162.5-Tun-years. Jared reflects Adam's 800-year Generation Cycle. Jared initiates the second solar-side only 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle with 400-l/s-year Baktun cycles 11-12. Jared's given primary 162-year age divides Enoch's last 400-l/s-year Baktun cycle 13. Instead of solar-sides time splits separating multiples of 400-l/s-year Baktun cycles, Enoch causes an inverse operation to divide 400-l/s-year Baktun cycle 13 into a first primary age part lasting 200-l/s-years and the secondary age part also lasting 200-l/s-years.

Adam's first lunar/solar 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle was halved and the first 400-l/s-year Baktun cycle 1 was doubled to get 400-l/s-year Baktun cycle 2. Two 105-year Venus Rounds occur for Adam's first 130-year half of the lunar/solar 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle and his secondary 800-year Generation Cycle ends. Seth adds 105-year Venus Rounds 3-4 that substitute for 400-l/s-year Baktun cycles 3-4 in the secondary age. The primary 105-year Venus Round age for Seth represents 400-l/s-year Baktun cycles number 3. Seth's primary 105-year Venus Round 3 age marks a midpoint age level of 1200-l/s-years in the secondary age category.

Patriarch 800-year Generation Cycles 1-6 dominate the sequence from Adam through Jared in the secondary ages. Attention turns from 400-l/s-year Baktun cycle pairs to solar-side 104-year Venus Round pairs to illustrate their secondary ages. Seth institutes 400-l/s-year Baktun cycles 3-4 to isolate one Mayan 104-year Venus Round, or the corollary Judaic 105-year Venus Round, in the primary age. Seth's primary 105-year Venus Round doubles by solar-side reckoning to achieve Cainan's converted primary 50-Tun-years. The primary 70-Tzolken-sacred-year age of Cainan inversely calculates the 50-Tun-years. Seth admits 400-l/s-year Baktun cycles 3-4 to the secondary age category. Cainan adds 400-l/s-year Baktun cycles 7-8. The solar-side primary age category finishes the first 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle, which equals 260-Tun-years having 360-days each.

The second 130-Tun-year half of the first 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle halves again for Enos and Mahalaleel. Secondary age 400-l/s-year Baktun cycles 5-6 are paired together for Enos. Cainan's primary 70-Tzolken-year age, equaling 50-Tun-years, measure the solar-side time split age level at 2800-l/s-years and primary age 105-year Venus Round 7 is done. Primary age 105-year Venus Round 8 extends the secondary age level to 3200-l/s-years and Mahaleel's era begins. Mahalaleel doubles the secondary age category total incrementing 400-l/s-year Baktun cycles 9-10. Like Enos, Mahalaleel increments the secondary age total to 3600-l/s-years after 400-l/s-year Baktun cycle 9. Mahalaleel's primary fourth quarter 65-Tun-year age also ends following 400-l/s-year Baktun cycle 9.

The remaining 400-l/s-year Baktun cycle 10 continues to add the remainder of Generation Cycle 5. Mahalaeel's secondary age ends at 4000-l/s-years when Jared's primary and secondary ages begin. Jared's primary 162.5-Tun-year calculated age ends at 4400-l/s-years to finish 400-l/s-year Baktun cycle 11 and primary 105-year Venus Round 11. The second half of Jared's secondary 800-year age Generation Cycle 6 ends at 4800-l/s-years after 400-l/s-year Baktun cycle 12 and corresponding primary 105-year Venus Round 12 likewise finishes.

Enoch meets the criteria by re-establishing 65-Tun-years in the primary age category. Similar to the cases of Enos and Mahaleel, first quartering of the lunar/solar 260-Tun-year pattern occurs. Enoch begins a new 260-Tun-year cycle relevant to 400-l/s-year Baktun cycle 13. Enoch's primary 65-Tun-year age likewise identifies upon substituting 105-year Venus Round 13 for 400-l/s-year Baktun cycle 13.

Addition of 400-l/s-year Baktun cycle 13 to the cumulative 4800-l/s-year total reaches 5200-l/s-years. Jared's secondary age 800-year Generation Cycle returns the lunar/solar 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle to begin anew for Enoch. A second condition outlined for Enoch makes 105-year Venus Round 13 substitutable with 400-l/s-year Baktun cycle 13. Either 13 different 105-year Venus Rounds or 13 different 400-l/s-year Baktun cycles can describe the entire lineage from Adam through Enoch.

Enoch must satisfy a third criterion: something special must happen to segregate the primary 65-Tun-year age. Enoch's primary age realizes a mortal, fleshly character segment. After Enoch begat Methusaleh, the secondary 300-year age represents translational time that Enoch "walked with God." Significant change occurs with application of 400-l/s-year Baktun cycle 13 or the substitute 104-year Venus Round 13 to the secondary age category.

Enoch brings about the next 400-l/s-year Baktun cycle 13 along with corresponding solar-side primary age 105-year Venus Round 13. Jared's secondary 800-year age Generation Cycle reiterates the station of Adam. Increasing the secondary age total from 4800-l/s-years to 5200-l/s-years requires deeper inspection of the 105-year Venus Round. Practical reasons that result in even number evaluations lend the Mayan version 104-year Venus Round temporarily. Ages_of_Adam and earlier Holy_of_Holies sections explain the classical Mayan Calendar is based upon a 52-year Calendar Round.

Regular 365-day-solar-years accrue 52-solar-years to amass 18,980-days. The 52-year Calendar Round equals 73-Tzolken-sacred-year using 260-day-Tzolken-sacred-years. A primary age 104-year Venus Round simply sums two Mayan 52-year Calendar Rounds. A binary ladder evolves with two 52-year Calendar Rounds achieving one 104-year Venus Round. Two 104-year Venus Rounds substitute for two 105-year Venus Rounds that enable one 400-year Baktun cycle. The 52-year Calendar Round is thus, a one quarter fourth of the lunar/solar separation time required for every 400-year Baktun cycle. The 52-year Calendar Round accounts for lunar/solar separation time lasting 100-l/s-years of every 400-l/s-year Baktun Cycle.

Jared's primary 162.5-Tun-year age subdivides the 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle into eighths to add 130-Tun-years with 32.5-Tun-years more. One solar-side primary 105-year Venus Round age of Seth divides the lunar/solar 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle in half. Two solar-side primary 105-year Venus Rounds gain Cainan's converted primary 50-Tun-year age and divide the 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle by four. Four solar-side primary 105-year Venus Rounds happen for Jared and a new 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle divides by eight. The first lunar/solar 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle finishes after Mahalaleel's fourth quarter primary 65-Tun-year age. Enoch begins the next, first quarter primary 65-Tun-year age of the second 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle.

Dividing the new 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle by eight yields Enoch's secondary 300-Tun-year age. Since Jared repeats Adam's primary 130-Tun-year age, Jared divides a third 130-Tun-year age by four. Enos and Mahalaleel combine to effectively quadruple a secondary age 400-l/s-year Baktun cycle. Baktun cycles 5-6 are separated from 400-l/s-year Baktun cycles 9-10 by Cainan. Enoch reverses the operation. Enoch copies the station of Cainan in reverse to divide 400-l/s-year Baktun Cycle 13 by four.

Secondary age 400-l/s-year Baktun Cycle 13 causes two interesting lunar/solar time divisions. Enoch's primary 65-Tun-year age corresponds with the first 100-l/s-years of 400-l/s-year Baktun Cycle 13. Enoch's primary 65-Tun-year age likewise accounts for only the first 65-Tun-year age in the second 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle. Three quarters of the 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle remain to equal 195-Tun-years. Three-quarters of secondary age 400-l/s-year Baktun Cycle 13 likewise remain outstanding. Enoch secondary 300-Tun-year age accounts for the remaining three-quarters of secondary age 400-l/s-year Baktun Cycle 13. The final answer for Enoch extends the secondary category total by 300-l/s-years. Baktun cycle 13 adds 400-l/s-years to Jared's cumulative 4800-l/s-year secondary age total. Enoch concludes the 5200-l/s-year secondary age category when 400-l/s-year Baktun Cycle 13 ends. All phases of the Mayan 5200-Tun-year Great Cycle are accounted for by a sequence of seven Antediluvian Patriarchs.

The
summation of Enoch's lifetime numerically matches a
365-day-and-year single term.

Genesis
5:23

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

Association with the 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle quartering effect results in the primary 65-year age of Enoch being given by the Bible in terms of midpoint 360-day-Tun-years. The 360-day midpoint length of years is equivalent to, and used interchangeably with 360-day-Tun-years. Lunar/solar separation times alternately compute the primary 65-Tun-year age of Enoch in 360-day-Tun-years. The secondary 300-year age of Enoch adds to the cumulative secondary age category total.

Numerical matching involves 365-day-solar-years, 365-year-solar-cycles and the lifespan 365-year age of Enoch to form an original 365-days-and-years single term. The quoted lifespan of Enoch above amounts 65-Tun-years plus 300-Tun-years to equal 365-years (Eqn. 1). A composite 365 year age includes the given 65-Tun-year and 300-Tun-year ages, in terms of 360 day-Tun-years. Dual types of calendar years form the combined 365-year lifetime age of Enoch.

Equation
1-5

Lifetime Age for Enoch

Lifetime Age for Enoch

1. 65 Year Primary Age of
Enoch

+ 300 Year Secondary Age of Enoch

= 365 Year Total Lifetime Age for Enoch

+ 300 Year Secondary Age of Enoch

= 365 Year Total Lifetime Age for Enoch

Two biblical mentions concerning Enoch show that he was a righteous character, and that he should not see death.

Genesis
5:24

"And
Enoch walked with God: and he was not; for God took him."

Hebrews
11:5

"By
faith Enoch was translated that he should not see death; and was
not found,

because God had translated him: for before his translation he had this testimony, that he pleased God."

because God had translated him: for before his translation he had this testimony, that he pleased God."

The significance of Enoch is quite apparent in religious perceptions regarding the work of Enoch. Presently, three versions of the book of Enoch exist. The first being the Ethiopic found by James Bruce in Abyssinia in 1773. Dr. Richard Laurence, a Hebrew professor at Oxford, translated The Book of Enoch to English in 1821. The Book of Enoch is often referred to as Enoch I. The second is called The Book of the Secrets of Enoch, or the Slavonian Enoch. Professor Sokolov discovered the piece in Belgrade, Yugoslavia, 1886. Also called Enoch II, it was translated by Morfill and Charles in 1896. The third is called 3 Enoch or The Hebrew Book of Enoch, and was translated by Hugo Odeberg in 1922. From Enoch comes the concept of a pre-existent Messiah, which influenced early Christianity and prepared the way for the belief in the divinity of Jesus Christ. Traces of Enoch may someday prove to be far older than many scholars suspect. Regarded as an apocryphal work, The Book of Enoch, the prophet, applies a wealth of calender relationships.

The conductors of the sun, moon, and stars are recorded in detail. Variations between the three works of Enoch aid in understanding them. A fundamental principle shared amongst the three works of Enoch is a deviation from a typical 365 day solar calendar year. Especially in chapters 73 - 75 of the Ethiopic Enoch I, important references are made to a 364 day calendar year.

Chapter 73:11

"At those times there is excess of thirty days belonging to the sun in five years; all the days belonging to each year of the five years, when completed, amount to three hundred and sixty-four days; and to the sun and stars belong six days; six days in each of the five years; thus thirty days belong to them;"

Chapter 73:12

"So that the moon has thirty days less than the sun and stars."

Chapter 73:13

"The moon brings on all the years exactly, that their stations may come neither too forwards nor too backwards a single day; but that the years may be changed with correct precision in three hundred and sixty-four days. In three years the days are one thousand and ninety-two; in five years they are one thousand eight hundred and twenty; and in eight years two thousand nine hundred and twelve days."

Chapter 73:14

"To the moon alone belong in three years one thousand and sixty-two days; in five years it has fifty days less than the sun, for an addition being made to the one thousand and sixty-two days, in five years there are one thousand seven hundred and seventy days; and the days of the moon in eight years are two thousand eight hundred and thirty-two days."

Chapter 73:15

"For its days in eight years are less than those of the sun by eighty days, which eighty days are its diminution in eight years. The year then becomes truely complete according to the station of the moons, and the station of the sun; which rise in the different gates; which rise and set in them for thirty days."

"At those times there is excess of thirty days belonging to the sun in five years; all the days belonging to each year of the five years, when completed, amount to three hundred and sixty-four days; and to the sun and stars belong six days; six days in each of the five years; thus thirty days belong to them;"

Chapter 73:12

"So that the moon has thirty days less than the sun and stars."

Chapter 73:13

"The moon brings on all the years exactly, that their stations may come neither too forwards nor too backwards a single day; but that the years may be changed with correct precision in three hundred and sixty-four days. In three years the days are one thousand and ninety-two; in five years they are one thousand eight hundred and twenty; and in eight years two thousand nine hundred and twelve days."

Chapter 73:14

"To the moon alone belong in three years one thousand and sixty-two days; in five years it has fifty days less than the sun, for an addition being made to the one thousand and sixty-two days, in five years there are one thousand seven hundred and seventy days; and the days of the moon in eight years are two thousand eight hundred and thirty-two days."

Chapter 73:15

"For its days in eight years are less than those of the sun by eighty days, which eighty days are its diminution in eight years. The year then becomes truely complete according to the station of the moons, and the station of the sun; which rise in the different gates; which rise and set in them for thirty days."

The commands of the luminaries and the heavenly ministers become apparent when the involved mathematics of time are realized. Verse 11 stipulates an excess of thirty days belong to the sun in five years, and the same verse mentions the 364-day length of year. Thirty days in five years are divided for six days per year. Further in the passage, the sun and stars are given six days in each of the five years. The interpretation of these 6-days is important to an early sexagesimal calendar system. A calendar having twelve lunar months of 30-days per month results in a 360-day midpoint length of year (Eqn. 2). Six days per year separate a 354 day lunar year from a 360 day midpoint length of year. Thus, six days of the moon would be given to the sun and stars. In five years, thirty days adjust a 354-day-lunar-year to 360-days per year (Eqn.3). The lunar year is 354 days, with six days given to the sun and stars.

Enoch
adds 6-days per year to 354-day-lunar year

2. 5-Years of 360-Days per
Year

x 6-Days adjust a 354 Day Lunar Year to a 360-Day-Tun-year, or Midpoint Year

= 30 Days adjust 5-Lunar-Years to 5-Tun-Years of 360-Days Each

x 6-Days adjust a 354 Day Lunar Year to a 360-Day-Tun-year, or Midpoint Year

= 30 Days adjust 5-Lunar-Years to 5-Tun-Years of 360-Days Each

Quarterly Division of 91-days

3. 3 Months per Quarter of
Year

x 30 Days per Month

= 90 Days per Quarter of 360 Day Midpoint Length of Year

+ 1 Day of 4 Days Which Align the Heavenly Realm of Spirits

= 91 Days per Quarter of 364-day Enochian (or Ethiopic) Calendar Year

x 30 Days per Month

= 90 Days per Quarter of 360 Day Midpoint Length of Year

+ 1 Day of 4 Days Which Align the Heavenly Realm of Spirits

= 91 Days per Quarter of 364-day Enochian (or Ethiopic) Calendar Year

Enochian and Ethiopic Years have
364-days

4. 365.25 Day-Solar-Year

- 364 Day Enochian Calendar Year

- 364 Day Enochian Calendar Year

=
1.25 Days per Enochian
Calendar Year Completes Solar Year

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Numerically matching a 365-day-solar-year,
365-year-solar-cycle and the lifespan 365-year age of Enoch
form an original 365-days-and-years single term. Enoch
walked with God for 300-years after becoming the father of
Methuselah indicates a sharp transition. Three versions of
the book of Enoch exist. All phases of the Mayan
5200-Tun-year Great Cycle are accounted for by a sequence of
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The 364-day Ethiopic calendar year includes four days added to 360-days. Ethiopic Enoch I adamantly purports to limit the calendar year to 364-days. Ten days of difference are the sole correct measure between 354-day-lunar-years and 364-day-Ethiopic-years. A midpoint, 360-day-Tun-year is essential to evaluating the entire Antediluvian Calendar list.

Chapter 74:3

"Respecting them, men greatly err, for these luminaries truly serve, in the mansion of the world, one day in the first gate, one in the third, one in the fourth, and one in the sixth gate."

Chapter 74:4

"And the harmony of the world of the world becomes complete every three hundred and sixty-fourth state of it. For the signs,"

Chapter 74:5

"The seasons,"

Chapter 74:6

"The years,"

Chapter 74:7

"And the days, Uriel showed me; the angel whom the Lord of Glory appointed over all the luminaries."

Chapter 74:8

"Of heaven in heaven, and in the world; that they might rule in the face of the sky, and appearing over the earth, become"

Chapter 74:9

"Conductors of the days and nights: the sun, the moon, the stars, and all the ministers of heaven, which make their circuit with all the chariots of heaven."

"And the harmony of the world of the world becomes complete every three hundred and sixty-fourth state of it. For the signs,"

Chapter 74:5

"The seasons,"

Chapter 74:6

"The years,"

Chapter 74:7

"And the days, Uriel showed me; the angel whom the Lord of Glory appointed over all the luminaries."

Chapter 74:8

"Of heaven in heaven, and in the world; that they might rule in the face of the sky, and appearing over the earth, become"

Chapter 74:9

"Conductors of the days and nights: the sun, the moon, the stars, and all the ministers of heaven, which make their circuit with all the chariots of heaven."

Presence of the 364-day calendar year emphasized by the works of Ethiopic Enoch I is representative of the philosophy that an extra day and leap day fraction remain separate from the rest of the year. After 364-days have been completed, another day per year remains to account for the last year of a 365-year-solar-cycle. An Ethiopic version of the 364-day calendar year is numerically the same as the Enochian Sect's and finds wider appeal in these narratives.

A desire to even 52 weeks of seven days each is the contributing factor in the promotion of the Ethiopic, Enochian 364-day length of year. Most likely, Enoch brought about intercalations by cascading 365-day-solar- years in computations long ago. Enoch I bonds Judaic 360-day-midpoint-years with Mayan 360-day-Tun-years. The Ethiopic 364-day-calendar-year underscores cascaded time conceptions employed by the Enochian Sect.

- The primary 65-Tun-year age of Enoch begins a new lunar/solar 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle in the primary age category of Antediluvian Patriarchs. Like Enos and Mahalaleel's primary ages, Enoch's primary 65-Tun-year age constitutes on quarter of the second lunar/solar 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle.

- The secondary 300-Tun-year age of Enoch shows the remaining three quarter, 195-Tun-year period completes the second lunar/solar primary age 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle. Enoch adds the last 400-l/s-year Baktun Cycle 13, to bring the secondary age category total to 5200-l/s-years.

- Venus Rounds develop following 13 cycles of the Greek Octareous 8-solar-year pattern known to Mesoamerican culture. Two Venus Rounds variations are the Mayan 104-year Venus Round and the Judaic 105-year Venus Round. Both types of Venus Rounds may substitute as a pair to replace one lunar/solar 400-year Baktun Cycle.

- Seth's primary 105-year age, defines the solar-side Judaic 105-year Venus Round 3 that divides Adam's 800-year Generation Cycle 1 and Enos' 800-year Generation Cycle 3.

- A Mayan 5200-year Great Cycle aptly describes 5200-l/s-years in the secondary age category to end the ancestral chain of seven Antediluvian Patriarchs.

- Spirituality of Enoch alludes to the fleshly and mortal, corrupt phase of his life during the primary 65-Tun-year age.

- Enoch's Walk with God during the secondary 300-Tun-year age signifies the all-important transformation process Jewish sages have articulated. The righteous Metatron has angelic tone throughout literature that includes three translated works of Enoch.

- Six days exceed a 354-day lunar year to indicate that a 360-day midpoint length of year held prime virtue for Ethiopian calendar arithmetic. Four days beyond 360-days separately align with the four quarters of a 360-day midpoint length of year. Men are advised to exclude the one and one-quarter leap day fraction every year from the regular computation of any year.

- The Ethiopic (Enochian) calendar utilizes 364-days per year to multiply an 800-year Generation Cycle by the remaining one and one-quarter leap day fraction. The resulting 1,000 days evidence a mirroring effect with 1,000 years, and between heaven and earth, as mentioned by the New Testament scripture.

- The secondary 300-year age of Enoch supports the days-and-years single term that completes 365-day-solar-years and 365-year-solar-cycles. A 365-days-and-years single term reinforces the total Ethiopic (Enochian) era. Symbolism of the Enochian Sect's 364-day-calendar-year and summation for 365-solar-years adapt to Egyptian Sothic Cycle cascaded time concepts.

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