Antediluvian characterSeth has a
given primary 105-year age in Genesis 5:6.
Comparing a Jewish Calendar 105-Year Venus Round
with a Mayan Calendar 104-Year Venus Round exhibits
numerical matching properties for the 364 day-Ethiopic-year
and 364 year-Ethiopic-cycle. Planet Venus
survives Mayan, Greek, Egyptian, Babylonian, Sumerian,
Assyrian and African mythology through observable behavior
and time cycles written into the Holy Bible.
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105-Year Age of Seth and Mayan 104-Year Venus Rounds
The strongest pillar connecting the Mayan Calendar
system to the aforementioned Antediluvian Calendar is
the transit pathway and surviving mythology surrounding planet
Venus. Repetitive legends and astronomical principles
were in place that associate five helical risings of Venus
every 8-years in Mesoamerican religion with
motions of Sirius. The Dresden Codex Venus Table
furnishes critical planetary facts regarding Venus.
Five pages of the Dresden Codex record heliacal
risings for planet Venus (Figures 1-2). The
famous Aztec mythological figurehead, Quetzalcoatl
resurrects to assume his rightful place as the supreme deity.
He was the Feathered Serpent that revived the dried
bones of the old dead by sprinkling his blood on them. Quetzalcoatl
or Venus was the morning star god of vegetation and
fertility. Life, light and visibility oppose death,
darkness and invisibility below the horizon.
Venus shared polytheism beliefs in remote Egyptology.
Pharaoh Kings customarily chose god-names for
themselves. Namesakes such as Ra and Seti were
borrowed and persisted in dynastic fashion. The Golden Age
of Pharaohs collectively asserts New Kingdom
dynasties of Ramses and Seti were empowered, absolute
rulers in both political and religious matters. Ramses
was considered the son of sun-god Ra and Egypt's
immortal living god. His earthly son, Seti continued
tradition by claiming Seth from the Venus god
figure. Mythical Seth and mother Isis were
always drafted into Egyptian cosmology. Early dynastic
periods of Mesopotamia indicate worshiping leaders
grew from acknowledging conquest and erecting temples.
Monotheism today has principally eradicated the ancient
deity role of Venus. The Holy Bible vehemently
opposes such pagan idol worship in totality. Venus in
both masculine or feminine form commonly recollects Greco-Roman
polytheism. Once upon a time the fantasy world of myth and
legend was the learned scientific reality of ancient people. Venus'
prominent cultural legacy has shifted to an object of
astronomical study. No more do we require Venus and
Sirius to coordinate the heavens and punctuate the
calendar. Faithful have since departed from these erroneous
ways. In doing so, a richly steeped history has been
abandoned. Every five-pointed star, once a gift from
heaven, consequentially relates to a modern pagan symbol.
Consider Venus part of God's will, a natural
timekeeper like the Sun and Moon.
Venus evokes relevant ties between masculine,
solar-side worship from both Egyptian and
Mesoamerican roots. Egyptian Seth and Quetzalcoatl
(Aztec) or Kukulcan
(Mayan) have often been compared by scholars. Indeed,
the gods themselves represent unique culture, diverse in many
respects yet similarities do exist. Venus motion
widely influenced their calendars to embellish religious
architecture and language style. Stepped pyramids and carved
stone stelae adorn the ceremonial centers of two
hemispheres. Venus worship through all phases and
stages was significantly common. The underlying task defines
exactly what they saw and how they recorded the information.
The Dresden Codex is one manuscript that has been
studied for over a hundred years. Called the Book of Mayan
Astronomy, this surviving work is an important original
source of information about Mayan culture.
Decipherable glyph translations in the document reveal that it
was mostly about astronomy, religion and rituals. The present
classical Mayan Calendar with its 52-Year Calendar
Round relies upon the teamwork of dedicated historians.
Ancient sacred texts like Mayan Codices alongside
supplementary translations help identify these people and
their reverence for planet Venus.
Ancient observers noticed the relative positions
of Earth, Venus and the Sun recur according to a
schedule. Venus orbits the Sun 13 times in 8 years
during the period in which Earth orbits the Sun 8 times.
Venus passes between the Earth and Sun 5 times in 8 years.
Venus, in astronomical terms, completes five synodic periods
in 8 years or 5 complete evening and morning star circuits.
The synodic interval is the time between two successive
conjunctions of a planet (Venus) with the Sun. Each synodic
period lasts about 1.6 Earth years or 584-days.
Mesoamerican Calendars meticulously track five
Venus cycles of 584-days each over 8
Haab-solar-year multiples of 365 days. The true
orbit of Venus around the sun is 225-days and should not be
confused with Venus’ heliacal rising and observable
The visible path of Venus simplifies below in Figure 3.
Venus moves counter clockwise in the drawing around the Sun
with the Earth at the bottom. The Earth is spinning on its
axis while the orbit is stationary in this diagram. Venus
appears on the left side of the Sun as an evening star,
between points A and B. On the right side of the Sun, Venus
is a morning star between points C and D.
Dresden Codex Figure 2
Dresden Codex Figure 2
A Mayan priest observer first notices Venus at point A in
the west as an evening star. The sunset heliacal rising occurs
slightly before sunset and represents the birth of Venus.
Heliacal rising occurs on the fourth day of each synodic period of
the planet. Like the sun god Ra of Egypt at dawn, Quetzalcoatl
begins to grow up. The moving planet spectacle grows brighter and
brighter between superior and inferior conjunctions, averaging 263-days
as an evening star in the west. Venus attains maximum
brightness in the prime of Quetzalcoatl’s life.
Venus moves rapidly near the earth at point B,
which seemingly causes Quetzalcoatl to die. Venus
travels between the Earth and the Sun to obtain inferior
conjunction with the Sun and for a brief time Venus cannot be
seen because of the brightness of the Sun. Quetzalcoatl dwells
behind the sun in the underworld for 4-days. Another 4-days pass
before point C, during which time legend claims the god was bony
and weak. Quetzalcoatl returns to the living when Venus
miraculously reappears on the right side as a morning star
after 8-days. Quetzalcoatl resurrects full
strength at point C as the rising bright morning star.
He wanes in brightness until superior conjunction starts at D.
The evening star that vanishes from the western sky at
inferior conjunction resurfaces in the eastern sky as a morning
star before sunrise. Returning gods arise from death with
heavenly honors after spending time in the underworld.
Risings of Venus Figure 3
Heliacal Risings of Venus Figure 3
journey continues 263-days more until again he
disappears on the far side of the sun in the morning light.
The last 50-days are spent behind the sun prior to his
reemerging once again in the evening at A. From D to A is the
superior conjunction 50-day interval of invisibility for
Venus. Venus spends an average of about 263-days as
an evening and morning star. The feathered
serpentine god disappears on the near side of the sun
for 8-days and on the far side for 50-days. The
entire synodic cycle of Venus is 584-days.
The ancient Greek term, octaeteris
means the period of 8 solar-years for Venus after which
the next lunar phase occurs on the same day of the year. An
octaeteris consists of about 2,920-days that equal 8Haab-solar-years having 365-days each (Eqn.
1). Five Venusian visibility cycles or synodic periods
synchronize with 13 revolutions around the Sun. An Egyptian
1,461 Day & Year single term of Sirius
measures exactly half of the matched 2,920 Day & Year
single term discovered for five synodic periods of
Venus. Eight 365day-solar-years
equal five Venus synodic periods of 584-days each. Sirius
and Venus have meshed heliacal risings known to
ancient astronomers. Leap day calculations impart greater
precision. The 2:1 ratio proportionally compares
2,922-days in Venus’ 8-solar-year Greek octaeteris with
the accurate 1,461-day leap cycle for Sirius.
The 104-Year Venus Round is the nucleus of the Mayan
Calendar. Two 52-Year Calendar Rounds
include 13 different octaeteris 8 Haab-solar-year
periods that multiply to get the Mayan 104-Year Venus Round
(Eqn. 2). The Aztec god Quetzalcoatl is Kukulcan
in Maya land. The Dresden Codex Venus Table in Figures
1 and 2 depends upon two 52-Year Calendar
Rounds having 52 Haab-solar years of 365 days
each. Each table completes its total Venus Round
interval of 104 Haab-solar-years for 37,960-days (Eqn.
3). Two turns of the Venus Table are equivalent to one
208-year cycle with four different 52-Year Calendar Rounds.
Holy_of_Holies broadens traditional boundaries by
assigning the Mayan & Egyptian label. Mayan
& Egyptian is emblematic for descriptor terms
involving 52-Year Calendar Rounds and equivalent 73-Tzolken-sacred-year
measures. Complete descriptors include the Patriarch's
name, one of two classifications: Mayan & Egyptian
or Jewish, and either Primary or Secondary Age
counts. Descriptors are further organized by color coding associated
text. Each Patriarch beginning with Adam belongs
to either a Lunar/Solar
260-Year Tzolken-Sacred-Cycle or a Solar-Side 260-Year
Tzolken-Sacred-Cycle. The Primary Age Category
alternates Patriarch entries as Lunar/Solar or Solar-Side
names use Primary Age green
text and graphics. Solar-Side
names use Primary Age red text
Adam Primary 130-Tun-year Age means
Adam is a Lunar/Solar
character and represents the first
green text half of the Lunar/Solar
260-Year Tzolken-Sacred-Cycle. All 360 day-Tun-year
Patriarchs form a series in the Lunar/Solar
260-Year Tzolken-Sacred-Cycle. Adam has a son
named Seth listed by Genesis 5. Seth
incorporates two slightly different descriptors. Mayan &
Egyptian Seth Solar Primary 104-Year
Venus Round 3 Age mentions Mayan &
Egyptian time flow, character Seth, whether Seth
is a Solar-Side member and
finally his Primary 104-Year Age
when he fathers son Enos. Mayan & Egyptian
tells us 365 day-solar-years are being used for Seth.
Venus Rounds are numbered 1-13 and parallel with 400-Year
Baktun Cycles 1-13. Venus Round
3 starts counting characters in the Solar-Side 260-Year
Tzolken-Sacred-Cycle. Text and illustrations occasionally
specify abbreviations for complete descriptors. Seth S 104-Y VR 3 follows the above
example with S standing for
Solar-Side. Mayan &
Egyptian is indicated by default 104-Y. Venus
Round 3 shortens to VR 3.Mayan &
Egyptian Seth Solar Primary 104-Year
Venus Round 3 Age provides a comprehensive
comparison for Seth outside of the canonical Jewish
The Antediluvian Calendar measures Solar-Side
time according to archaic use of the 364 day-Ethiopic-year.
The final Day & Year single term in Jewish Seth Solar
Primary 105-Year Venus Round 3 Age(S 105-Y VR 3) arises due to
numerically matching 364-Days and 364-Years in a single
term. The 364 Day & Year single term adds a Solar-Side component to every 360
formats associate with nighttime, lunar-side and starlight
calendar operations. Solar-Side
formats extend 360 day-Tun-years by adding 4-holidays.
One final 365th-day reserves the entire 364-day
holy year. Ancients admonished against counting the
last, 365th-day in the regular computation of the
year. Sabbath 7-day-weeks and 7-year-weeks fell
on integer, whole number multiples. Day & Year numerical
matching permits isolated tracking X-number of years.
Jewish Ethiopians in prehistory began recording 105-Year
Venus Rounds listed in Genesis 5.
Solar-Side characters in the
Antediluvian Calendar include Seth, Cainan and Jared.
Every Mayan & Egyptian Katun 20 l/s-year cycle
generates 210-days of lunar/solar separation time. Day &
Year numerical matching takes effect when a Katun 20
l/s-year cycle is squared, or multiplied by itself. Baktun
400 l/s-year cycles then generate a respective Jewish
105-Ethiopic-year Venus Round. Solar-Side
describes extending 360 day-Tun-years in order to get 364
provides an elevated platform to differentiate Lunar/Solar 360 year-Tun-cycles
from Solar-Side 364
year-Ethiopic-cycles. Direct mathematical conversions
create the Lunar/Solar 260-Year
and Solar-Side 260-Year
Mesoamerican Calendars exhibit similar practices
according to comparative Solar-Side
104-Year Venus Rounds. The Antediluvian Calendar
cultivated spirituality of the planetary and star deities found
woven into the oldest Mesopotamian cultures.
"And Seth lived an hundred and
five years, and begat Enos:"
The ancient Jewish 364-day Ethiopic
calendar year escalates a Jewish 105-Year Venus Round
to accomplish Seth Solar Primary
105-Ethiopic-year Venus Round 3 Age. Cascaded
operations of a 364 day-Ethiopic-year reflect
numerically matching 1 Day and 1 Year in order to
increment the annual count. Seth’s 105-Ethiopic-year
Venus Round 3 Age multiplies by 364
day-Ethiopic-years to get 38,220-days (Eqn. 4). Red text identifies information
and areas using related illustrations. Every 360
day-Tun-year was situated midway between 355
day-lunar-years and 365 day-solar-years. The last
5-days following 360-days were incremented
separately. Four of 5-days belong to the Sun and
Stars. The final 365th-day is “not counted in
the regular computation of the year” according to Enoch.
Mayan 360 day-Tun-years demonstrate identical treatment.
Five extra Wayeb, nameless days in the Mayan
Calendar, compare with five-epagomenal-days in the
Egyptian Calendar. Subtracting 37,960-days from
38,220-days answers one Mayan 260 day-Tzolken-sacred-year
(Eqn. 5). Seth Solar Primary
105-Ethiopic-year Venus Round 3 Age is one Mayan
260 day-Tzolken-sacred-year greater than a comparable Mayan
& Egyptian Seth Primary
104-Year Venus Round 3 Age(Eqn. 6).
Successive Venus Round multiples coordinate with later
l/s 400-Year Baktun Cycles through
numerical matching. Mesopotamian Jewish versions of the
Antediluvian Calendar substitute two Jewish
50-Year Jubilee Cycles in place of two Mayan
& Egyptian 52-Year Calendar Rounds.
The Mayan 260 day-Tzolken-sacred-year, 365
day-Haab-solar-year and 104-Year Venus Round all
synchronize at the end of every 104 Haab-solar-years.
The Venus Round including Tzolken, Haab and Venus
cycles completes when the intervals synchronize on the
senior emergence day-sign, the Sacred Day of Venus,
1 Ahau. The beginning of the Long Count, or the 5200
Tun-year Great Cycle, was over 3000-years ago. Regulus
is the leader over four royal archangel stars.
Descriptions in the Ethiopian Book of Enoch I and
elsewhere add these 4-day stars to 360-days every year
to create the 364 day-Ethiopic-year. Star Regulus
announces the 104-Year Venus Round. The Mayan &
Egyptian 104-Year Venus Round equals two 52-Year
Calendar Rounds as shown by the table illustrations. Regulus
also figures prominently in Egyptology associated with Nile
Author Anthony Aveni has written numerous books about ancient
civilizations and their respective calendar systems.In Empires of Time,
he shifts our attention from the traditional 225-day orbit of
Venus: “To know how it [584-day Venus cycle] was envisioned by
the Maya, we must divest ourselves of the heliocentric posture
we have acquired since the Renaissance, and learn that the
584-day Venus cycle, as far as an earth-based spectator is
concerned, is really far removed from the sun-centered Venus
year of Western astronomy” (1995, p. 225).
The traditional interpretation establishes that
a Mayan 104-Year Venus Round multiplies by a 365
day-Haab-solar-year to attain 37,960-days in the Venus
Round. Mesopotamian cultures alter these figures
slightly to obtain 38,220-days per Jewish 105-Ethiopic-year Venus Round.
Seth in Egyptian mythology is a male god
similar to the Old Testament Baals. Biblical
Astarte or Astaroth is the female fertility consort to the
Babylonian Baal. Standing stones symbolized Baal
or Bel, and his alias names: Baalat, Molech or Marduk. A
bull frequently represents Baal/Seth. Ishtar is
the proper Babylonian name for the Canaanite goddess Astarte,
Asherah, or Astaroth. Ishtar associates with
planet Venus as the bright morning star. Her Sumerian
name is Inanna. Later the Greeks would call her
Aphrodite and the Romans by the common name of
today, Venus. She equates with the Egyptian Isis,
consort to Osiris, and Greek female fertility
goddess Europa. Masculine Osiris and feminine Isis
reinforce supreme duality in the Egyptian cosmos by
expressing Sothic Cycle characteristics alongside Venusian
Planet Venus was the bright morning star throughout the
ancient world. In Mesoamerica, Venus was a
powerful male deity. Kukulcan
or Quetzecoatl dominated the Mesoamerican
pantheon. Mesopotamian religion, through all stages and
phases, usually worshiped planet Venus in the feminine
gender. Lunar relationships between 19-year or 20-year
lunar/solar cycles likely shifted patronage of the
archetypal figure from masculine to feminine. Transference to
the female goddess occurs for couples supplanting the godheads.
Ishtar/Inanna shared the Baal time control over 105-days of
solar-side time split for any 20 l/s-year cycle.
Hence, 105-years of solar-side time split followed suit
for any 400-Year Baktun Cycle. The Mayan 104-Year
Venus Round cycle naturally substantiates 105-years of
solar-side time split when we engage the resurrection
story. Ishtar/Baal, Isis/Seth and the other examples are
contingent upon the heliacal risings of Venus.
Babylonians knew the path of Venus by 1,600 BCE and the
African Maasai people refer to Venus as the disappearing
star, Kileken. Venus translates as the Light Bearer
from Latin Lucifer or heosphoros from Greek as
the morning star (Isaiah 14:12).
Resurrection allowed celestial deities to have immortal
distinction. The gods Sirius and Quetzalcoatl were
thought to die when they disappeared from naked eye view. Egyptian
Sun god Ra died at sundown. Ra returned to the
living as a child, growing brighter and stronger as the day
progresses. The story of Sirius, the “Dog Star” in Canis
Major follows suit with 70-days of invisibility every year prior
to returning. Annual heliacal risings coincided with the Nile
Sin was the moon-god in Sumer, Babylonia and
Assyria. Religious lore dating since 2,800 BCE mentions
the lunar deity in Mesopotamia before the time of Abraham.
Astral theology associates the moon and planetary
female goddess Ishtar with Venus. Governing authorities
used cylinder seals with Ishtar depicted. Official
documents bore the stamp by rolling the cylinder seal over a
soft clay tablet. Assyrian and Babylonian myths portray Ishtar/Iananna
descending into Hades. She removes clothing and jewelry as she
passes through seven gates until entirely naked. She
exchanges places with her counterpart lover god to rejoin the
The wide array of pan-Babylonian history has
accepted inferences to the early scriptures in Genesis.
Our goal is to highlight traces that provide relevant insight
about biblical calendar times, whether based in polytheism,
on written tablets or authentic interpretations.
Comparing mythical tales regarding astrology with hard
scientific facts learned from modern astronomy enables
better understanding of early culture. Sacred calendar
wisdom includes flamboyant access to supernatural
channels through magical numbers and descriptions.
We have to do our very best to see things from the ancient
Greek Octaeteris Cycle
1. 8 Haab-solar-years
x 365 day-solar-years
= 2,920-days in 5 Venus synodic periods
Mayan Seth Primary 104-Year Venus Round Age
3. 104 Haab-solar-years
x 365 day-Haab-solar-year
= 37,960-days in Mayan Seth Primary 104-Year Venus Round Age
Jewish Seth Primary 105-Year Venus Round Age
4. 105 Ethiopic-years
x 364 day-Ethiopic-years
= 38,220-days in Jewish Seth Primary 105-Year Venus Round Age
Jewish – Mayan Venus Round Difference
5. 38,220-days in Jewish Seth Primary 105-Year Venus Round Age
- 37,960-days in Mayan Seth Primary 104-Year Venus Round Age
= 260 day-Tzolken-sacred-year Jewish – Mayan Venus Round
also applies to Mayan & Egyptian 104-Year Venus Round
Jewish 105-Year Venus Round greater than Mayan 104-Year Venus
6. 38,220-days in Jewish Seth Primary 105-Year Venus Round Age
> 37,960-days in Mayan Seth Primary 104-Year Venus Round Age
by one 260 day-Tzolken-sacred-year
The Antediluvian Calendar presents a two-edged spiritual
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left side of Judeo-Christianity are such topics as astrology,
mythology and the broader terms concerning cosmology.
A wide range of interpretation exists from strictly puritan
ideals to liberal groups where just about anything goes.
Divergent views can invite extremism, cult worship and express
distortion of fundamental beliefs. Some religions intentionally
masquerade hidden character with glistening perfection.
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bitter opposition effectively denounces worship forms
that suggest any connection with celestial objects. Judaism
is a collective way to preserve historical knowledge and divest
worship from fixed representations of God. One eternal Creator stands apart
from anything else. He rules over man and women, the
animals and our abode called Earth. Natural phenomena that serve
as calendar instruments, like the Sun, Moon and Venus
only glorify His amazing handiwork. Judaism
vehemently opposes any hint of idol worship, including planets
or stars. Any calendar enumerations are simply another aspect of
Calendars allow us to divide time into smaller
parcels that we can share and understand. No matter how
big the number of years gets, we cannot grasp the concept of eternal,
infinite time. We accurately count days, years and
cycles to assign time stamps. Yet, time exists measurable
and quantifiable. Christian adherents largely follow Jewish
underpinnings with realizations focused upon the New
Covenant through Jesus
Christ. Gregorian chronology before the Roman solar
calendar is a slippery slope, fraught with complication. Any
discussion turns out to be an arduous path. Extending Gregorian
dating to an accepted epoch between 8,000 BCE and 4,500 BCE.
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