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Seth Primary Age Position

Mayan & Egyptian Seth S 104-Y VR 3 Figure 26 shows how Lunar/Solar Adam Primary 130-Year Age interfaces with Solar-Side Seth Primary S 104-Y VR 3 Age. The Mayan & Egyptian version determines two Solar-Side 52-Year Calendar Rounds add together to bisect Adam’s first pair of Lunar/Solar 52-Year Calendar Rounds from his second pair of blue inactive 52-Year Calendar Rounds. Biblical representations pursue a linear father-to-son time arrangement, instead of defining two interlocked, separate Lunar/Solar and Solar-Side columnar patterns. Adam’s S 104-Y VR 1 and S 104-Y VR 2 both belong to the Lunar/Solar order that brackets Solar-Side Seth Primary S 104-Y VR 3 Age. Seth begins Solar-Side 260-Year Tzolken-Sacred-Cycle 1 with his Primary S 104-Y VR 3 Age. Lunar/Solar and then Solar-Side characters alternate scriptural Primary Ages. Primary Age Category is a general, collective way to circumscribe all seven Patriarch members.

The easy way to visualize Mayan & Egyptian 104-Year Venus Rounds simply adds two traditional Mayan 52-Year Calendar Rounds. Each 52-Year Calendar Round employs Tun and Tzolken dual kinds of years. Ancient Egyptian mythology and architecture evidences 73 Tzolken-sacred-year Calendar Rounds which count 260 day-Tzolken-sacred-yearsEgyptians tracked the 8-solar-year Venus Cycle with similar precision as later Mayan astronomers. Thirteen times an 8-solar-year Venus Cycle enables numbered Mayan & Egyptian 104-Year Venus Rounds to identify successive lunar/solar 400-Year Baktun Cycles.

The Genesis 5 narrative positions Seth between Adam and grandson Enos in the Primary Age Category. The main adaptation to traditional teaching separates the Antediluvian Calendar into Lunar/Solar and Solar-Side characterizations for the seven Patriarchs. Creation for Adam, and birth for his named offspring sequentially lists his begat lineage according to segmented Primary Age l/s calendar eras. Death ends specific l/s periods that ultimately affect the Secondary Age Category. To show comparative Solar-Side methodology, Mayan & Egyptian 104-Year Venus Rounds using 365 day-solar-years are shown first to divide Lunar/Solar 260-Year Tzolken-Sacred-Cycle 1. Seth’s first Solar-Side 400-Y Baktun Cycle 3 occurs after Adam 400-Y Baktun Cycle 1 and separates Adam S 104-Y VR 1 from Adam S 104-Y VR 2 in the Primary Age Category. Mayan & Egyptian Seth S 104-Y VR 3 Figure 26 depicts Seth’s first two Solar-Side 52-Year Calendar Rounds between Adam Primary 130 Day & Year Age and Adam Primary 130 Day & Year Age. The Solar-Side 146 Tzolken-sacred-year equivalent to Seth's 104 Solar Year Venus Round is necessary for later Solar-Side 260-Year Tzolken-Sacred-Year 1-2 sections.

Adam 400-Year Baktun Cycle 1 generates Adam S 104-Y VR 1, and Adam 400-Year Baktun Cycle 2 generates Adam S 104-Y VR 2, to reveal Solar-Side intervention by Seth S 104-Y VR 3 submits a 1.25 day per year multiplier for Adam. Adam Primary 130 Day & Year Age is a product gleaned from original use of the 364 day-Ethiopic-year. Mayan & Egyptian version is not an exact substitute for the Jewish version. One can clearly see how preserving the holiest last day following the 364 day-Ethiopic-year renders division of Lunar/Solar 260-Year Tzolken-Sacred-Cycle 1 by two. Treatment of the 364 day-Ethiopic-year by the entirety of Mesoamerican culture is somewhat ambiguous.

Mayan & Egyptian Seth S 104-Y VR 3 Figure 26

Mayan & Egyptian Seth S 104-Y VR 3 Figure 26

Seth S 104-Y VR 3 occurs between Adam 104-Y VR 1 and Adam S 104 VR 2 in the
Primary Age Category Lunar/Solar 260-Year Tzolken Sacred Cycle.

Authentically, the Jewish Antediluvian Calendar is counting 364 day-Ethiopic-years in Sabbatical 7-year-weeks. Seven Sabbatical 7-year-weeks achieve each 49-Ethiopic-year Jubilee Cycle. Two 49-Year Jubilee Cycles indeed amount 98-Ethiopic-years. A final 7-year-week adds with 98-Ethiopic-years to complete 105-Ethiopic-years in Seth Primary Solar 105-Ethiopic-Year Venus Round 3 Age (Seth S 105-Y VR 3). Katun 20 year l/s-cycles have 105-days of Solar-Side time split. Baktun 400 Year l/s-cycles have 105-Ethiopic-years of Solar-Side time split. Solar-Side 260-Year Tzolken-Sacred-Cycle 1 provides the comprehensive part to reasoning. Subtraction of 210-Ethiopic-years from Solar-Side 260-Year Tzolken-Sacred-Cycle 1 prepares 50-Ethiopic-years for the next
Solar-Side character, Cainan.

The Jewish  364 Day-Ethiopic-year version is used to calculate 49-Year Jubilee Cycles which replace Mayan & Egyptian 52-Year Calendar Rounds. Some Jewish Sects undoubtedly counted 50-Year Jubilee Cycles, mixing 365 day-solar-years with 364 day-Ethiopic-years. An obvious overlap took place with early culture. The ultimate goal establishes a unity pattern for 360 day-Tun-years with 360 year-Tun-cycles regarding Lunar/Solar 260-Year Tzolken-Sacred-Cycle 1. Jewish adherents extended the unity combination to Solar-Side reckoning 364 day-Ethiopic-years and 364-year Ethiopic-cycles. A single, last 365th-day, plus a quarter-day leap fraction multiplies 1.25-days by 104-Years per Venus Round. Judaism predominately associates a numerical matching theme, whereby Adam is assigned 130 Days & Years in his green active Primary Age. Seth’s Primary Age increments from Mayan & Egyptian 104 Days & Years to Jewish 105 Days & Years by the same numerical matching process.

Jubilee Cycles, whether counted as 49-Year or 50-Year periods, always marked a celebratory time. A Sabbatical Year distinguishes the end of 7-Ethiopic-years or 7 x 52-weeks (Leviticus 25:1, 8–13). Jubilee Cycles lasting 49-Years are designed to preserve Sabbath continuity. Nesting of 7-day-weeks takes place by counting 49 weeks of 7-days each. Notice the inclusive numbering also used for the Feast of Weeks: “From the day after the Sabbath, the day you brought the sheaf of the wave offering, count off seven full weeks. Count off fifty days up to the day after the seventh Sabbath, and then present an offering ...” The starting day is included in the total. It means that the 50th-day is identical to the 49th-day. Procedures to reckon Jubilee Cycles and the Feast of Weeks were alike. This inclusive numbering pattern most likely adheres to the 364 day-Ethiopic-year also.

Proclamation of liberty and joy surrounded Jubilee festivals. Named after Jubal, the father of all who play stringed instruments and pipes, music and dance often accompanied the Jubilee (Genesis 4:21). Planting and harvesting during Sabbath and Jubilee Years was avoided. Slaves were given freedom, debts were cancelled and land property was returned to rightful owners. Leviticus refers to a single 50th Jubilee Year. If the Jubilee was a separate year following the seventh Sabbatical year, then there would be two successive years of fallow land and there is no indication of this anywhere in Scripture. Taking these considerations together establishes the Jubilee Cycle as 49 years, and the Jubilee Year was identical to the seventh Sabbatical year.

Some chronologists may feel such an inclusive numbering stipulation is akin to splitting hairs. Inclusive numbering attains imperative stature when one starts stringing multiple Jubilee Cycles together. Ancient language style must be regarded as absolute methodology prior to extracting meaningful answers. In the exaggerated sphere of vast multiple calendar systems, frequent “off-by-one” errors can have enormous repercussions. Ordinary 365 day-solar-years are candidly substituted too often for retroactive dating. Scientists and scholars hastily assign years to past events without looking at predominate Lunar/Solar calendar ordering. Rules governing 49-Year Jubilee Cycles disperse toward 50-Solar-Year Jubilee Cycles to the extent of affecting Creationist views. Too much fine work has been accomplished using traditional dating. A synthesis of ideas is prudent for latter revisions. For the most part, modern theism does not share the same archaic page, nor even play in the same ballpark.

Two drawings (Figure 27 and Figure 28) below compare Jewish variations for two 49-Year Jubilee Cycles and two 50-Year Jubilee Cycles involving Seth Primary Solar 105-Year Venus Round 3 Age (Seth S 105-Y VR 3). Both cases are deemed canonical and differentiate particular Jewish Sect use of the 364 day-Ethiopic-year. Sabbath continuity maintains 52 even weeks in both cases. Sabbatical 7-year-weeks are counted using 7-multiples to achieve 49-Years (Leviticus 25:10). The final 50th-Year is usually interpreted to mean a typical 365 day-solar-year. A matter of configuration construes 7-year-weeks that amount to 49-Years with a 50th-Year Jubilee Cycle cap. Other ancient Jewish texts, such as The Book of Jubilees or Book of Divisions, and Testaments of the Twelve Patriarchs, demonstrate 49-Year Jubilee Cycles were added to accomplish later generations. Definite Ethiopian ties were present since adding two 49-Year Jubilee Cycles with one final 7-year-week also finishes Seth Primary Solar 105-Year Venus Round Age (Seth S 105-Y VR 3). Jewish Seth S 105-Y VR 3 is equivalent to 147-Tzolken-sacred-years and more thoroughly discussed in later Solar-Solar 260-Year Tzolken-Sacred-Year 1-2 sections.

Individual Jewish Sects following Exodus naturally began to scatter geographically through neighboring lands. Apparently most continued to associate a Solar-Side time split lasting 105-Years with every Solar-Side 400-Year Baktun Cycle. Jewish Venus Round adaptation of the Mayan & Egyptian 104-Year case confirms Sabbath continuity imperatives were practiced very early in Old Testament history. One final 7-year-week adds with two complete 400-Year Baktun Cycles to get Seth Secondary 807-Year Generation Cycle 2 Age. Reasoning applies during the post Exodus phase to explain a gradual shift from the Egyptian solar dominate calendar system of fixed culture to more nomadic lunar/solar 19-year or 20-year methods. Mayan & Egyptian lunar/stellar escalation of lunar/solar parameters were preserved.

According to the Book of Jubilees, Seth is born to Adam and Eve during the third Jubilee Cycle, after at least two 49-Year Jubilee Cycles were done. The excerpt below only agrees with the Holy Bible if 49-Year Jubilee Cycles were chronologically present. The third Patriarchal Jubilee Cycle begins at 98-years.

And Adam and his wife mourned Abel four weeks of years (+ 28-years); and in the fourth year of the fifth week (+ 4-years) he became joyful and knew his wife again, and she brought forth for him a son, and they called his name Seth; for he said  "The Lord has raised up for us a second seed on the earth in the place of Abel; for Cain slew him." Chapter IV v. 7, Book of Jubilees

Adam's total Primary Age at the time of fathering Seth is 98-years + 28-years + 4-years, or 130-Years which agrees with the Genesis 5:3 account. Counting 50-Year Jubilee Cycles increases Adam's age to 132-years.

Jewish Seth S 105-Y VR 3 Figure 27 using 49-Year Jubilee Cycles

Jewish Seth S 105-Y VR 3 Figure 27 using 49-Year Jubilee Cycles

Another interesting point is brought forward by examining Seth's Primary Age at the time he fathers Enos. Four whole 49-Year Jubilee Cycles had elapsed prior to introducing Seth as father of Enos. Four times 49-years equals 196-years to begin the fifth 49-Year Jubilee Cycle.

And in the fifth week (see above + 35-years) of this jubilee Seth took Azura his sister to himself as wife, and in the fourth (year of the sixth week, + 4-years) she brought forth for him, Enos. Chapter IV v. 11, Book of Jubilees

Jewish Seth S 105-Y VR 3 Figure 28 using 50-Year Jubilee Cycles

Jewish Seth S 105-Y VR 3 Figure 28 using 50-Year Jubilee Cycles

Seth S 105-Y VR 3 occurs between Adam 105-Y VR 1 and Adam S 105 VR 2 in the
Primary Age Category Lunar/Solar 260-Year Tzolken Sacred Cycle

Seth's Primary Age calculates 196-years + 35-years + 4-years which equal 235-years. The Book of Jubilees reiterates  Genesis; Adam 130-years plus Seth 105-Ethiopic-years. Genesis reports a 235-year total by adding Adam and Seth Primary Ages to obtain Seth's Primary Age at the time he fathers Enos. Important differences between 49-Year and 50-Year Jubilee Cycles show two distant chronologies and two calendar methods, were at work in Torah. Divergent paths leading to Seth Primary Age illustrates early 365 day-solar-year encroachment upon original records. A third calendar system borrowed from Egyptian eschatology broadens insight toward these pre-flood forefather Primary Ages.

Seth Secondary 807-Year Generation Cycle 2 Age includes the second 800-Year Generation Cycle 2, plus another 7 Tzolken-sacred-year component. The ancients add seven Mayan 260 day-Tzolken-sacred-years to Seth Secondary 800-Year Generation Cycle 2 Age. Equation 1 multiplies 7-Tzolken-sacred-years by the 260 day-Tzolken-sacred-year to equal 1820-days. Seth Secondary 800-Year Generation Cycle 2 mixes 360 day-Tun-Year units with another 7-Tzolken-sacred-years to describe the entire Seth Secondary 807-Year Generation Cycle 2 Age (Eqn. 2). Remaining time following each numbered 800-Year Generation Cycle always adds to the Patriarch’s Secondary Age.

Secondary Ages correspond with Primary Ages in a chain of l/s progression from Adam through Enoch. Seth Primary 105-Ethiopic-year Venus Round 3 Age (S 105-Y VR 3) is the first Solar-Side time split listed for the ancestry. Twice Adam Primary 130-Tun-Year Age finishes Adam's numerically matched Lunar/Solar 260 Year Tzolken-Sacred-Cycle 1. Seth Primary 105-Ethiopic-year Venus Round 3 Age (S 105-Y VR 3) couples with Adam to complete one 365 year-solar-cycle. Throughout the Antediluvian Calendar ancestry, reversing conversions between 260 day-Tzolken-sacred-years and 360 day-Tun-years took place.

The Ethiopic 364-day calendar year suits cascaded time layers for Seth. A 100 Days & Years single term continues with Seth's last 5-Ethiopic-years in the Primary Age Category. An Ethiopic 364 day-calendar-year provides 105-days in 105-years using last day numerical matching.  The last 5-Ethiopic-years of Seth Primary 105-Ethiopic-year Venus Round 3 Age (Seth S 105-Y VR 3) multiply by 364 day-Ethiopic-years to equal 1820-days (Eqn. 3). Exactly 1820-days are whole number integers that secure Seth's last 7-Tzolken-sacred-years in his Secondary Age Category. Both Seth’s Primary Age last 5-Ethiopic-years and his Secondary Age last 7-Tzolken-sacred-years are congruent to 1820-days. Placing the last 365th-day on New Year’s Day calculates the 364-day-Ethiopic-year correctly according to Enoch I, The Book of Jubilees 6:23-38 and the Dead Sea Scrolls 4Q321.

Seth, the first generation after Adam, completes a 365 day-solar-year and 365 year-solar-cycle. Seth Primary 105-Ethiopic-year Venus Round 3 Age (S 105-Y VR 3) adds with Adam's Lunar/Solar 260 Tun-year Tzolken-Sacred-Cycle 1 to make one 365 year-solar-cycle. Every 360 day-Tun-year is the midpoint length of year that leaves 5-days of Solar-Side time split unaccounted for at the end of a 365 day-solar-year. Solar-Side equations 1-3 present a contrasting 1820-day surplus to the Lunar/Solar arrangement using a 364 day-Ethiopic-year base. Seth’s last 5-Ethiopic-year tag counts 1820-days via numerical matching to make the Solar-Side Ethiopic 5 Day & Year single term (Eqn.1). Seth’s equivalent Solar-Side last 7-Tzolken-sacred-years produce the same 1820-days using 260 day-Tzolken-sacred-years (Eqn. 2). Seth Secondary 807-Year Generation Cycle 2 Age sums mixed units of 800-Tun-Years per Generation Cycle plus Seth’s last 7-Tzolken-sacred-years (Eqn. 3). Seth Secondary 807-Year Generation Cycle 2 Age repeats Adam Secondary 800-Year Generation Cycle 1 Age with 1820-days leftover.

Adam's Lunar/Solar 260 Tun-year Tzolken-Sacred-Cycle 1 measures 360 day-Tun-Years. A 360 day-Tun-year is the Lunar/Solar Midpoint length of year that leaves 5-holidays of Solar-Side time split remaining every year to fulfill the typical 365 day-solar-year. Lunar/Solar Patriarchs Adam, grandsons Enos, Mahalaleel and Enoch all respect the equivalent 360 Tzolken-sacred-year-cycle throughout the Lunar/Solar chain. Two viewpoints are possible with Lunar/Solar 260-Year Tzolken-Sacred-Cycle 1 steadfast. The first is a Lunar/Solar 360 year-Tun-cycle used in conjunction with 365 day-solar-years. A 5-day difference exists between the 360 day-Tun-year and the 365 day-solar-year. The first Lunar/Solar minimum in equation 4 multiplies for 1800-days using a 360 year-Tun-cycle that has 365 day-solar-years. Seth’s Solar-Side 1820-holiday total is greater than the minimum Lunar/Solar 1800-day value using a 360 year-Tun-cycle that has 365 day-solar-years (Eqn. 4). The 365 year-solar-cycle delivers the alternate method, likewise multiplying by 5-years in the converse for the same 1800-day minimum. Seth's Solar-Side 5-holiday Wayeb period remains between one 360 day-Tun-year and the 365 day-solar-year (Eqn. 5). Lastly, a 365 year-solar-cycle can multiply by 5-holidays at solar-year end to provide the maximum 1825-days comparison (Eqn. 6). Lunar/Solar minimum 1800-day and maximum 1825-day answers are Lunar/Solar limits related to Seth. Solar-Side Ethiopic 364 Day & Year single terms are the effective integer solution to explain Solar-Side 260-Year Tzolken-Sacred-Cycles 1-2 applied for Patriarchs Seth, Cainan and Jared.

Only 4-holidays of 5-holidays count for the Jewish 364 day-Ethiopic-year. The remaining 1.25-days per 365.25 day-solar-year multiply by a Mayan & Egyptian 104-Year Venus Round. Lunar/Solar Adam Primary 130-Day Age numerically matches with Adam Primary 130-Year Age to substantiate Adam Primary 130 Day & Year Age. Alternating Primary Age stages involved for the hierarchy require a series of arithmetic checks to ensure Lunar/Solar vs. Solar-Side positions are accurate.

The Lunar/Solar 260-Tun-Year Tzolken-Sacred-Cycle and its corollary, Lunar/Solar 360 year-Tun-cycle are fundamental to lunar/solar calendar operations. Background 30-day months coalesce to initiate 19-year or 20-year l/s-cycle calendars. Seven-month intercalations lasting 209-days or 210-days are formulas to create sacred Sabbaths, extending l/s calendars to phenomenal lengths. Squaring Katun 20 year l/s-cycles led to Baktun 400 Year l/s-cycles and concepts behind Day & Year numerical matching. Solar-Side counting culminated in a lunar/stellar calendar ascribed to planet Venus. Number 7 Sabbath permutations eventually produced a host of enumeration plans. Egyptian lunar/solar calendars held sway before monotheism gained limited popularity in the New Kingdom era. Older Egyptian gods of polytheism sustained their Venus anchor. Judaism, monotheistic in all respects, fractured to observe according to the unique Ethiopian 364 Day & Year and later, pre-exilic 19 year l/s-cycles. Mesoamericans settled with 104 solar-year Venus Rounds using 365 day-solar-years. Jewish Solar-Side Ethiopic 364 Day & Year unity cycles retained Sabbath continuity. Annual 52 week-years set aside one final day every year to facilitate Sabbatical 7-year-weeks. Solar-Side 364 year-Ethiopic-cycle summits embody 364 day-Ethiopic-years.

The complete descriptor: Jewish Seth Solar-Side Primary 105-Ethiopic-year Venus Round 3 Age (Seth S 105-Y VR 3) marks Jewish Seth as the first Solar-Side character in Solar-Side 260-Year Tzolken-Sacred-Cycle 1. Counterpart to Lunar/Solar 260-Year Tzolken-Sacred-Cycle 1, Solar-Side 260-Year Tzolken-Sacred-Cycle 1 keeps track of Solar-Side reckoning furnished by 364 day-Ethiopic-years. The 5-Ethiopic-year supplement to Solar-Side Seth's Primary Age, and his equivalent extra 7-Tzolken-sacred-year Secondary Age is imperative to following remaining Solar-Side characters Cainan and Jared. Every Solar-Side 400-Year Baktun Cycle generates a corresponding Solar-Side 105-Ethiopic-year Venus Round Age. For example, Solar-Side Seth 400-Year Baktun Cycle 3 generates active red Seth Primary 105-Ethiopic-year Venus Round 3 Age (Seth S 105-Y VR 3). Seth's last 5-Ethiopic-years become a tagline to indicate multiple 105-Ethiopic-year Venus Rounds have elapsed. Each Patriarch name carries forward the sum total of 5-Ethiopic-year tags which are included with their respective Secondary 800-Year Generation Cycle Age.

Jewish Seth Primary Solar 105-Ethiopic-Year Venus Round 3 Age (Seth S 105-Y VR 3) explicitly serves Solar-Side 260-Year Tzolken-Sacred-Cycle 1. Seth S 105-Y VR 3 is actually a composite that includes three distinct sub-periods. The first 100-Ethiopic-years are between Solar-Side 260-Year Tzolken-Sacred-Cycle 1 and the equivalent Solar-Side 364 year-Ethiopic-cycle, where each year is a 364 day-Ethiopic-year. Two identical Solar-Side 49-Year Jubilee Cycles add with a final Sabbatical 7-Ethiopic-year-week to arrive at Seth Solar-Side 105-Ethiopic-year Venus Round 3 Age (Seth S 105-Y VR 3). Mesoamerican protocol divides Solar-Side 260-Year Tzolken-Sacred-Cycle 1 into five 52-Year Calendar Round sectors. Jewish version last 5-Ethiopic-years compute 7-Tzolken-sacred-years, or 1820-days in Seth’s Secondary Age Category. Two methods estimate 7-Tzolken-sacred-years in equations 7-8 to compare closely with the 364 day-Ethiopic-year conclusions above.

Substituting the more familiar 365 day-solar-year and the 365 year-solar-cycle into the calculations shows the incredible accuracy of the ancient Antediluvian CalendarMinimum L/S to S-S difference is 1800-days and maximum L/S to S-S difference is 1825-days (Eqn. 4-5). A 365 year-solar-cycle substitutes in combination with a 365 day-solar-year to result in 1,825-days (Eqn. 6). Especially note the 5 times Tun (or 5 x 360) synergy developing the Day & Year single term. The last 5-Ethiopic-year tag in Seth Primary 105-Ethiopic-year Venus Round 3 Age (Seth S 105-Y VR 3) amounts between 1800-days and 1825-days. Where the equations are redundant, either case divides by a 260 day-Tzolken-sacred-year to find two values approximating 7-Tzolken-sacred-years. For 1800-days, dividing by 260 day-Tzolken-sacred-years equals 6.92-Tzolken-sacred-years (Eqn. 7). In the case of 1825-days, dividing by 260 day-Tzolken-sacred-years results in 7.02-Tzolken-sacred-years (Eqn. 8). Time beyond Seth's repeating 800-Tun-Year Generation Cycle 2 approximates to 7-Tzolken-sacred-years (Eqn. 7-8), which add to make Seth Secondary 807-Year Generation Cycle 2 Age. The 360 year-Tun-cycle and complement 260-Year Tzolken-Sacred-Cycle, were fundamental to lunar/solar calendar operations. Jewish Solar-Side 260-Year Tzolken-Sacred-Cycle 1 measures Solar-Side 260-Ethiopic-years to sync with Lunar/Solar 260-Year Tzolken-Sacred-Cycle 1 that uses 360-day-Tun-years.

Equations 1-8

Solar-Side Ethiopic 5 Day & Year single term
1. 5-Ethiopic-years
x 364 day-Ethiopic-year
= 1820-days

Solar-Side last 7-Tzolken-sacred-years
2. 7-Tzolken-sacred-years
x 260 day-Tzolken-sacred-year
= 1820-days
Seth Secondary 807-Year Generation Cycle 2 Age
3. 800-Tun-Year Generation Cycle 2
+ 7-Tzolken-sacred-years
= Seth Secondary 807-Year Generation Cycle 2 Age

Lunar/Solar 360 year-Tun-cycle with 365 day-solar-years
4. 360 year-Tun-cycle
x 5-days after 360 day-Tun-year
= 1,800-days minimum

365 year-solar-cycle with
Lunar/Solar 360 day-Tun-years
5. 360 day-Tun-year
 x 5-years
after 360 year-Tun-cycle
= 1,800-days

365 year-solar-cycle with 365 day-solar-years
6. 5-years
x 365 day-solar-year
= 1,825-days maximum

7-Tzolken-sacred-years estimate 1800-days
7. 1800-days minimum L/S to S-S difference
÷ 260 day-Tzolken-sacred-years
=  6.92-Tzolken-sacred-years approximate:
~ 7-Tzolken-sacred-years

7-Tzolken-sacred-years estimate 1825-days
1825-days maximum
L/S to S-S difference
÷ 260 day-Tzolken-sacred-years
=  7.02-Tzolken-sacred-years approximate:
~ 7-Tzolken-sacred-years

Numerical matching concepts stemming from The Book of Jubilees reiterates presence of 364 day-Ethiopic-years. One additional 7-year-week adds with 800-Years involving Seth Secondary 807-Year Generation Cycle 2 Age. Primary age discrepancies existing with 104-Year Venus Rounds versus 105-Year Venus Rounds emphasize a cardinal philosophy to accurately track the path of years. Sabbaths and ordained festivals were precisely computed by adhering to 7-year-weeks that propagated 49-Year Jubilee Cycles. Including the extra 7-year-week as an isolated unit amounts 807-Years in Seth’s Secondary Generation Cycle 2 Age and underscores refinement for Lunar/Solar reckoning.

Chapter VI v. 28-29 proclaims:

"And all the days of this commandment are fifty-two sabbaths of days, and the whole year is completed. 29. Thus it is engraved and ordained in the tablets of heaven, and there is no transgression from one year to another. And thou command the children of Isral that they should observe the years in this number, three hundred and sixty-four days, and the year shall be complete and the fixed date of their days and their festivals shall not be corrupted, for every thing transpires in them according to their testimony, and they (Israel) shall not miss day or corrupt a festival."

Our Calendar Tools enable current Bible students to explore the most remote thought processes ever. A final revelation point examines the Leap Day inclusion we are familiar with today. Leap Day additions every four years in our modern calendar were once vital to the ancient Egyptian Calendar. The Egyptian Calendar sums the quarter-day fraction every year. The last 365 day-solar-year adds the summit leap-year to make the entire Sothic Cycle 1,461-Years
long. Leap Day held an important role in remote solar calendars. Enoch, seventh Antediluvian Patriarch from Adam, links with the Egyptian Calendar. An Ethiopian or Enochian Sect applied the 364 day-Ethiopic-year with the parallel theme of numerical matching. Leap Days exist rooted in lunar/solar 400-Year Baktun Cycles. A repeating 400-Year Leap Day pattern appears in our present calendar.

The present Gregorian Calendar labels the current 2017 calendar year. Our calendar embraces fine-tuning.  Leap Day is normally included every fourth year on February 29. Leap Day adjustments are required to keep star positions on track over successive years. Pope Gregory XIII modified the Julian Calendar and associated Leap Day correction rules in 1582 to maintain proper Easter calculations. Easter was slipping farther into summer. His namesake calendar reform dropped 10-days between October 5 and October 15 in 1582. Another rule excludes
Leap Day in centurial years not evenly divisible by 400-Years.
Thus, the years 1700, 1800 and 1900 excluded Leap Day. Years 1600 and 2000 added Leap Day in the usual manner. Solar-year stability needs only 97 Leap Day insertions in a 400-Year Leap Day cycle.

Early calendar systems shared phenomenal accuracy to rival our modern Gregorian Calendar. Leap Day adjustments were fundamental to the religious eschatology of ancient Egypt. Lunar/Solar cycles anchored four cardinal points in the solar-year. Two solstices and two equinoxes seemingly imitated directions on a compass rose. A winter solstice celebration later called Saturnalia helped perpetuate the Egyptian Calendar. The vernal
, spring equinox once began Jewish Jubilee Calendar Years and the New Year of ancient Greece. Many cultures note Seven Sister Stars forming the Pleiades cluster nearly align with the spring equinox. The Book of Enoch cites the summer solstice in the context of heavenly gates. Fall harvest festivals such as the Feast of Tabernacles within the Jewish Calendar reference the occipital, fall equinox. Leap Day calculations in the Gregorian Calendar identify a 400-Year Leap Day cycle in a style reminiscent of Mayan 400-Year Baktun Cycles.

Genesis 15:13-16 implies prior knowledge of a 400-Year period. The
translated word generation has two kinds of meanings. From the Hebrew toledah, generation can mean a long, indefinite time span or a firm number of years. Usage of generation depends on the surrounding context. In the case of Abraham, 400-Years and the fourth generation allude to his age when his first son was born. Calendar Tools include strands referenced from sacred literature that weave into our modern view of biblical chronology. A multiple of two successive 400-Year Baktun Cycles specify an advanced 800-Year Generation Cycle. Samaritans also were counting Jubilee and Sabbatical Cycles according to the Samaritan Chronicle Tolidah. Post-exilic Sabbatical Cycles were clearly interrupted, alleging contention that a possible 14th century BCE Exodus occurred. Semitic 400-Year Baktun Cycles bridge to draw upon Mesoamerican history.

The Antediluvian Calendar detailing Adam's lineage exhibits numerical matching. In a single term, 365 Day & Year solar-cycles occur throughout the text. Conceptions of Days & Years having the same numerical value elaborate the meaning for "and all the days of …. were …. years." Calendar study further secures the 105 Day & Year single term as a Solar-Side component. The agricultural 260 day-Tzolken-sacred-year and the matched 260-Year Tzolken-Sacred-Cycle describe Tzolken 260 Day & Year single terms also.

Lunar/Solar calendar order of the Patriarchs continues to unfold in the same manner. Elements from other l/s calendar systems assemble to drive advanced Calendar Tools. Named characters from Adam to Enoch list a Primary Age Category time that alternates Lunar/Solar and Solar-Side 260-Year Tzolken-Sacred-Cycles. Secondary Age Category includes six repeating 800-Year Generation Cycles that number from 1 to 6. Additional time adds to Secondary Age 800-Year Generation Cycles and calculates in either 260 day-Tzolken-sacred-years or 364 day-Ethiopic-years.

The Antediluvian Patriarchs incorporate a spiritual hierarchy. Birth, life and death events mark strategic points to illustrate lunar/solar calendar reckoning. Natural and explicit, recognized eras are mathematical remnants left to us by highly skilled society. Kings, deities and the nature of gods all played a role in ancient cosmology. References to supernatural beings and visions are most noteworthy in writings attributable to Enoch. Enoch's lifetime age, seventh Antediluvian Patriarch from Adam, is 365-years. More precisely, a 365 day-solar-year and the 365 year-solar-cycle combine in the solar 365 Day & Year single term. The solar calendar of Enoch is rooted in both Egyptian mythology and Jewish lore. "Enoch walked with God" precludes himself being God, and exceeding the mortal sense of man (Genesis 5:24). Sacred Jewish texts impart an Ethiopic 364 day-calendar-year that lends new insight by reserving the last 365th-day of the solar-year as holy. A final Day & Year single term serves again, numerical matching. Enoch blends with parts of many prophetic scriptures, such as "... one day with the Lord is as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day" (II Peter 3:8). Ideas of an angelic, heavenly host compare with other sacred Jewish writings that regard intangible, supernatural entities. The Talmud, Dead Sea Scrolls and The Book of Jubilees are such examples. Calendar information is serious business.

Are you a pastor, educator or a student of the Holy Bible? Timeemits 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 & Years.  Ages_of_Adam is a free read at timeemits.

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