How to Understand Geneses 5 Ages 1 is the first video in the series.
Time Splits are defined with their use in resolving the first
character ages of Adam and Seth. Some material is drawn from the
Time_Splits_Adam_Seth video. Timeemits.com graphic shows Ages of
Adam ordering information.
Understand Genesis 5 Ages 1
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Hi, my name is Clark Nelson and this is how to understand ages
written in Genesis, chapter 5 using ancient calendars. Basic
lunar/solar calendar operation really is a simple way to count time.
Ages_of_Adam from timeemits is a unique Bible study
that develops mental calendar tools. Research extracts calendar
fragments and patterns from the early Mayan, Jewish and Egyptian
calendars. Adapting these calendar tools enables you to learn about
the Begat genealogy ages following Adam. Like an
archeologist reassembles pottery shards, you will discover vast time
layers written in archaic style. I hope to show you a new spiritual
place from the oldest of sources.
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Time_Splits Video explores the time split tool used in Ages_of_Adam
and the Holy_of_Holies. A time split divides given times
frames by two. Genesis 1:4 says God divided the
daylight from darkness. Everything we call solar deals with the sun
and daylight. Night time darkness relates to the moon. God
is dividing, separating or coming between light and darkness. Lunar
phases and Sabbath days mark weekly transitions at night. God
is between 7-day Sabbaths that separate visible moonlight and
darkness. The complete lunar month returns the sequence to new moon
crescent. God refreshes the lunar month after about
29.53-days to make the 12-month lunar year slightly more than
Ancient people commonly recognized years having only 360-days. Some
cultures, such as BCE Egyptian and later Roman empires favored the
solar year. They added a 5-day feast period to end the year and
celebrate the New Year. Earliest solar worship likely occurred in
fixed city-state locations, where Seth Egyptian obelisks and
Canaanite Baal standing stones share masculine traits. Stone pillar
sightings to the horizon note the equinox and solstice. Fertility
rites likewise represent the deity with phallic symbolism.
Agricultural rainy seasons determine how well stable populations
Mobile cultures were more nomadic and often classified as
hunter-gatherers. They observed according to lunar/solar calendars.
Other groups were entirely lunar calendar dependent. Isis had unique
affinity with the Moon and Venus. Astarte or Asteroth, was depicted
by a pregnant figurine and said to bless neighboring farms and
groves. Feminine/masculine/ duality became imbued as goddess or gods
with lunar/solar time splits in theme. Please take a moment to study
these pictures and gain deeper appreciation for Genesis.
LSTS360.wma Voice Over 2:20
Ancient ideas of God coming between lunar and solar
transitions carry forward to longer calendar time cycles. Variable
flux lines between lunar and solar sides focus power to yield a time
split. We first apply 360-days as an early style year.
Lunar/Solar Time Split for 360-Day-Tun-Year diagram balances
the dual years. Mayan 360-day-Tun-year terminology lends
accepted calendar tools. Adding 5.25-days to the solar-side
component better suits Mayan calendar vocabulary used to develop
later time splits. Equal reasoning subtracts 5.25-days from
the lunar-side component to result in 10.5-days of lunar/solar
separation time for any single 360-day-year.
The green triangle Time Split emphasizes that God is
between lunar years and solar years. Ten and one-half days of
difference every year require intercalary time to keep lunar years
on track with solar years. We build time splits to encompass longer
time cycles. Lunar and solar years are rigid boundaries of all time.
Time splits are the soft inner core. Intercalations and how they are
used host the supernatural. Gaps, seams and separations in time make
possible divine presence.
Time Splits progress to include the Jewish Calendar 19-year
Metonic cycle. The next twentieth solar year modifies the time
split diagram. Similar lunar/solar calendars to the later Mayan gave
rise to 20-year cycles. Twenty multiples of
20-year-cycles diagram the modified lunar/solar time split. We
assemble the time split ramp that lead to Adam and the list
of Antediluvian Patriarchs in Genesis 5.
begins the Video Series 1-6 by timeemits. Ages_of_Adam
ordering information and resources are first detailed. Time
Splits are defined along with their use in resolving the
first character ages of Adam and Seth. Some
material is drawn from the Time_Splits_Adam_Seth
video. L/S Time Split for 360-Day-Tun-Year diagram and Mayan
adaptations lead to four ancient calendars.
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Calendar Splitting of Time
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Previous Ages_of_Adam videos explore the 19-year
lunar/solar cycle with associated 209-day lunar/solar
separation time. We started with the Jewish Calendar, which
explains ideas about God "coming between" daylight
and darkness. Judaism changes the day just after sundown.
Subordinate to a single God without form or flesh, a duality
exists regarding time. The nighttime lunar-side of lunar/solar
calendars has a feminine nature, while the daylight solar-side
aligns with masculine, sky father concepts. Visible observations
compound the same belief set by lengthening lunar/solar reckoning. God
is still coming between lunar and solar sides of the calendar.
A 19-year lunar/solar cycle works great for one time
through. When you start the next 19-years, you need a different way
to record time. Otherwise, you are right back where you started.
Suppose you are riding in God's car along the 360-day
road about 2500 BCE. Car looks like the Flintstones or something.
The 360-day center line divides a one-way road having two
lanes. One lane is marked lunar and the other lane is solar. At
first, there are 209-days of distance between lunar and
solar sides. Women are holding signs that say "19-years" by
the lunar-side. Men in contrast stand along the solar-side of the
road and they too hold signs that say "19-years." You drive
this road for a long time and notice that every 19-year part
looks the same.
You finally cross this 20-year line, where the road changes
to 210-days of difference between lunar and solar sides. The
20-year part has two lanes with 105-days each. Men
and women along the road now have signs that read "20-years."
Men improve their signs by adding numbers to count 20-year
cycles. As you pass their signs, you know how many 20-year
lunar/solar cycles have elapsed. Signs change 20-year
units to show total distance.
LSTS_Metonic_19Y.wma Voice Over 1:38
The Jewish Calendar shows the Lord's presence by changing
the days just after sundown, continuous weekly Sabbaths and finally
with lunar/solar separation time. The Jewish Calendar currently
utilizes a 19-year Metonic cycle. Some 209-days of
lunar/solar separation time divide 19-lunar-years from
19-solar-years. Greek astronomer Meton discovered 19-solar-years
coincide with about 235 monthly lunations in 432 BCE. Seven
extra months add with 19-lunar-years to make
6,940-days. Lunar/solar calendar systems were established long
before Meton. Geographically isolated groups worshiped according to
various lunar/solar calendars. Meton likely revised model
lunar/solar rules that eventually became standard for all Judaism.
Roman advances into Holy Lands pressured Hillel II to adopt the Metonic
19-year cycle in 359 CE. Seven intercalary months called Second
Adar are added during the course of 19-years. Jewish
Calendar lunar/solar separation time measures about 209-days
in the green triangle Time Split. God is between
lunar and solar years.
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We identified certain facets of ancient calendars, the Bible
and associated pre-historical concepts leading to recorded time.
Lunar months often counted 29.5-days or 30-days.
Ancient people chose to think mainly in whole number terms and
rounded lunar and solar measurements accordingly. Some cultures
followed lunar phases as 7-day weeks. Equation 1 results in
a 354-day-lunar-year. Others maintained solar-side
reckoning, which regularly accompanies star and planetary aspects.
Equation 2 subtracts 354-days from 365-days to
amount 11-days lunar/solar separation time every single
year. Nearly all ancient people relied upon some variation of
lunar/solar calendar in order to maintain agricultural seasons.
Three subjects are of special concern: God, time and calendars.
Please understand that I don't want to offend anybody. We are
dealing with quite possibly the oldest written evidence of
lunar/solar calendar operation in Genesis, chapter 5.
11 Days Lunar/Solar Time Split
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Traditional Jewish Calendar reckoning counts about 11-days of
lunar/solar time split every year to achieve 209-days of
lunar/solar separation time over a 19-year cycle.
Variations were in effect during prehistoric ages of Genesis.
Seven Antediluvian Patriarchs are listed in dynastic order
beginning with Adam. We identified two ages for each
character. Primary Ages span from the start of each
character's life until he "Begat" or fathered his next
listed son. Secondary Ages span remaining lifetimes. Adam
lives 130-years Primary Age until the birth of Seth.
Adam's Secondary Age extends another 800-years until
his death. Primary and Secondary Ages record the Antediluvian
pre-flood forefathers using10 and one-half days of lunar/solar
separation time measured over 20-year cycles.
Genesis immortalizes the Antediluvian Patriarchs with
floating king list style. The Antediluvian Calendar forms a
lunar/solar calendar backbone without reference to other Before
Common or Christian Era (BCE) dated events. Think of these
ages as dynamic real-time transcription written by combining numbers
and words, and based entirely upon actual observation. Precise
meanings have been lost to the millennium since then. BCE date
stamps are substitutes for authenticity.
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You have discovered a fascinating Holy Bible study via
applied calendar science. Basic Jewish Calendar information has been
imparted and you are thinking about time with an early mindset. God's
spirit is integral to the 360-day length of year,
driving time between two calendar poles: a lunar-side aligned with
darkness and a solar-side aligned with daylight. In the next video,
we begin building layers of time by adding more time cycles. Learn
what happens to the Antediluvian Calendar in later history.
Ties between unrelated groups will become apparent. New appreciation
will be discovered for monotheism and mythology.
You can always Get_More_Time at timeemits.com
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