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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, Cainan, Jared and Enoch.

Seth to Enoch Analogy

Suppose you are one of the people recording sky events. Modern chronology puts the date at 4,000 BCE. Since you are making the first Antediluvian Calendar, you have no previous information to go by. There is no technology. There are no fancy computers to make calculations or store anything. There are no watches or telescopes to make your job any easier. You are busy trying to eek out a living from the soil. Your family needs to know when to plant seeds for crops, expect the rainy season and when to harvest. Your family is fortunate enough to raise a few cows and some sheep. Science tells us the life expectancy for people back then was maybe 35 years old.

About the age of fifteen, your father hands you the Book of the Holy Writings. He tells you to watch carefully the positions of the sun, moon and stars and to write them down. Every night you watch the moon change with the lunar phases. You record the moon’s course against a starry background. You cannot get much sleep because in the daytime you are watching exactly where the sun rises and sets on the horizon. Day after day, year after year, you write down the rising and setting directions. You document the transit of the sun and note star positions.

You have noticed the sun returning approximately to the same beginning place every year. The whole process seems to repeat. Your family is making the first genuine calendar and your real age is unknown. You hand down the holy writings to your son when he turns adult. For the next twenty years, your son watches the sky and writes the same information. He in turn passes the log onto his son to do exactly the same thing. Your family keeps track of these records for twenty generations. After 400-years, one of your great-grandchildren, ad infinitum, notices the sun comes back to its original position, less a fraction of a degree. Knowledge of the stars and constellations generates religion in nearby villages. Word of the holy writings begins to spread and your family achieves royal status. Actual observation of the heavens is the only way to make your lunar/solar calendar.

A family or dynasty living in Egypt requires meticulous observation over 73 generations to make just one 1,461-Year Sothic Cycle calendar. Traditional chronology credits King Djoser of the third dynasty with introducing the 365 day-solar-year about 2650 BCE. Djoser (Netjerykhet ) ruled between 2668-2649 BCE and built the first stone Step Pyramid at Saqqara. Your family has been observing heavenly motions for some 3,000 years and continues to improve the calendar system. Anyone in this example only had one opportunity to relay the information accurately down to his or her heirs.

Ptolemy III, (280-221 BCE) officially included leap day calculations. His Canopus decree in 238 BCE adds one day every four years to correct the gradual drift of winter feasts through the year. Leap Day adds a single day every four years to the existing winter solstice 5-holiday Feast of the Walking Stick. Feast of the Walking Stick celebrates the end of the 360 day-Tun-year. Romans would later rename the feast to Saturnalia. Roman scholars are also accountable for retroactively dating the presumed Founding of Rome AUC (ab urbe condita) starting point as 753 BCE. A relative method for dating Egyptian history with respect to Roman chronology has emanated most Christian Era, AD convention.

There are some housekeeping issues to think about before going further. We must honor the attitudes and opinions of many people. Heritage and legacy esteems ancestry regardless of whoever they may be, past or present. There is more at stake than what meets the eye. Until now, these calendar numbers; tools, numerical matching, and lunar/solar side time splits are merely fragments of calendar patterns. They are all notes of the same song, time. We have recognized Almighty God while extracting calendar information from diverse cultural and religious platforms. Deities, gods and kings have played differing roles in l/s calendar development. Beliefs in the afterlife and resurrection of the righteous dead affect world religion.

The Holy Bible mentions polytheism and adverse spirituality. Negative connotations surround characters such as Seth and Enoch. Delving into the distant past exposes both beneficial and malevolent tendencies. The favor of God bestows blessings. His wrath is a curse to endure. Many layers of time have passed to soften and diffuse supernatural works showcased by the Exodus. Miracles told in the New Testament significantly changed Greek and Roman perceptions. Calendar research excavates deeply about basal social structure.

The concept of professional ethics is mandatory. Safety and security for everyone are prime concerns in conjunction with sheer calendar numbers. Calendar science accesses intangible resources from the time stream that may touch other lives. The subjective nature of time makes possible the grandiose and sublime. Grace empowers us to know morally right from wrong. Our quest directly seeks divine spirit from the Holy Bible. Existing theology is always an asset that strives to preserve basic human rights and justice for all. Ultimate social profit is the desired end.

Jewish 49-Year and 50-Year Jubilee Cycles share affinity with the Egyptian 1,461-Year Sothic Cycle. Jubilee Cycles likely involved a mixture of 364 day and 365 day calendar years. Sothic Cycles relied upon a forerunner 364 day calendar year prior to 365 day calendar year adjustments made in the New Kingdom era. Within ancient Judaism, both lunar and solar schools are evident. Judaism tended to follow lunar reckoning in contrast to the Egyptians using solar reckoning. Monotheism vs. Polytheism clearly defines events leading to the Exodus. Mosaic Law substantiates a rebuke of multiple deities in favor of singular worship observing 7 Day & Year weeks. Pharaoh Akhenaten (18th dynasty) introduced monotheistic solar worship centered upon Aten, an aspect of Sun-god Ra for practical purposes. Egyptian capital cities establish fixed locations that promote solar 365 Day & Year calendars. Mobile Jewish people integrated lunar/solar observance with their Ethiopic 364 Day & Year numerical matching structure. Egyptians gradually abandoned 364 Day & Year units, leaving vague Sothic Cycle remnants for study. Mesoamerican Calendar branches stem from remote Mesopotamian lunar/solar calendars. One cannot totally abandon existing chronology. At this point, we must surpass existing chronology. We are moving into pre-history to study the calendar of the Antediluvian Patriarchs in more detail.

New Year (Rosh Hashanah) in the ancient Jubilee calendar year begins at sunset near the vernal equinox, about March 21. Unlike the modern version, sunset on March 22 is the first day of the seventh month in the Torah Jubilee Year (Lev. 23:24-27). On the tenth day of the same month, the Day of Atonement is the most solemn of Jewish holidays. The modern Jewish Calendar observes Rosh Hashanah close to the autumnal equinox.

Jubilee calendar years incorporate 10-days of l/s separation time. The difference between a 354 day-lunar-year and a 364 day-Ethiopic-year is 10-days. An explicit 365 day-solar-year results in 11-days of l/s separation. Consistent notions regarding cascaded time are imperative to the ancient Jubilee year. The time stream, natural and supernatural, flows between lunar and solar calendar sides. Supreme religious philosophy has guarded and preserved the spiritual realm for eternity.

Four cardinal points of the year wield authority over the entire solar-side of the calendar. Two equinoxes and two solstices exhibit the viewpoint of having different Jewish new years. The minimum and maximum daylight periods during the year’s regular course represent the beginning of four seasons. The 364 day calendar year of Enoch likewise divides into four equal 91-day quarters. Four major stars command the heavenly circuit and luminaries. They represent individual cascaded control for a single day presiding over three 30-day months per quarter. Enoch, in heavenly visions, describes the secret year. All principalities, heaven and earth, are subject to 364 year-Ethiopic-cycles, which constitute numerical matching with 364 day-Ethiopic-years. One final day each year accumulates to empower the capstone 364 day Ethiopic calendar year by Enoch.

The lineage of Adam is a Judeo-Christian core belief. To introduce lunar/solar calendar tools boldly amends accepted chronology and the greater impact upon humanity. Lost civilizations sought vigorously to record and preserve sacred calendar information. Some manuscripts are the product of recopied information many times over. The written knowledge may be far older than the document’s physical age. Ancient texts have value by virtue of their antiquity. Supreme intent will accommodate the differing skill mix and faith eschatology of multiple cultures.

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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 that match with X-number of years. Ages_of_Adam is a free read at timeemits.

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