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The Antediluvian Calendar gave rise to at least four different forms of ancient calendar systems. Lunar/solar ages shown by Genesis predicated the solar Egyptian Calendar instrument frequently applied to remote chronology. Judaism perpetuates the 19-year lunar/solar calendar since the Creation. One day bridges Jewish 19-year and Mayan 20-year l/s cycles.

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The Antediluvian Calendar gave rise to at least four different forms of ancient calendar systems. Lunar/solar ages shown by Genesis predicated the solar Egyptian Calendar instrument frequently applied to remote chronology. Cyclic time occurs by repeating heavenly observation, instead of the linear time so keenly measured our by modern calendar. At least some parts of these Antediluvian methods were logically coincident with early Egyptian.

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3_Time_Streamsb.jpgJudaism perpetuates the 19-year lunar/solar calendar since the Creation. Every 19-year cycle seems to reset sun and moon positions against the stars. Consider a railroad track, where the sun represents one rail and the moon the other. Seven day weeks and holidays ordained namely to Moses are ties between the tracks. God delivers rules for worship, to provide an overarching sense of direction necessary to sustain culture.

Background mythology was in effect. Sun, always been there, moved across the sky daily. Moon traveled overhead at night. Something different happened with the moon. Moon also went across the heavens, except it changed in terms of phases and months. When you have a calendar that lasts only 7-days, you are going to repeat it. A month long calendar also repeats. And a 19-year lunar/solar calendar repeats too. Sun was consistent, but Moon had her monthly periods. Sun and Moon had celestial relations, and Wahlah!

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Four different main calendar systems are recognizable today. The Egyptian Calendar version referred to had lunar/solar origins and was broadly regional. Stretching from North Africa to beyond the Nile River, Egyptology begins dating the first Pharaoh dynasty about 3100 BCE. Before upper and lower Egypt were united as one land, before later Pharaohs and magnificent pyramids came about, a chiefly agricultural calendar developed.

The third main branch of lunar/solar calendar science to explore is the Mayan Calendar. Most evidence for calendar numbering stems outward from Central and South America. Again, regional geography is the best approach, taking into account the many diverse cultures under their vast umbrella calendar system. Parts of the Mayan Calendar, together with associated religious mythology are pervasive throughout the Americas. Fundamental to the Mayan Calendar are two interlocking cycles known as the 360-day-Tun-year and its counterpart, a 260-day-Tzolken-sacred-year.


Mayan terminology is used to describe recurring time. Mayans were indigenous to the population, consisting of elite holy men and political leaders. Of course there's a disconnect here. Classical Mayan Calendars did not happen for several thousand years after Genesis. We tightly focus upon time counting procedure. A bit of reverse engineering helps explain the Antediluvian Calendar plan. Mayans deserve credit for passing down legacy information via picture carvings that survive in stone. Scholars have since drawn upon translation for principles of Native American cosmology.

Ethiopic is the fourth branch shown in the Antediluvian Calendar Diagram. As the least known calendar, it carries both Jewish and Egyptian calendar roots, and is most likely the oldest. Ethiopic is a special Hebrew version derived from Genesis study. Mixed attributes involve early Judaism and Egyptology, with further insight gained from alternative sacred texts. The 364-day-Ethiopic-year is a lynchpin calendar system that allows for single day-to-year numerical matching. Understanding the Ethiopic-Enochian version is imperative to our remote lunar/solar calendar study of Genesis, chapter 5.

Hyphenated phrases join certain key words and concepts. Illustrations are invaluable to visualizing word pictures from the text. Calendar material embodies profound religious eschatology throughout Ages_of_Adam and later Holy_of_Holies. You may find yourself on the very threshold of the supernatural.

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The next diagram adds one final 365-day-solar-year to the previous Jewish Calendar Metonic 19-year cycle. Now we have a bridge spanning Jewish Calendar and later Mayan Calendar mathematics. The 20-year lunar/solar calendar cycle fits numerical matching concepts involving Adam and his son, Seth. Notice first 209-days approximate 210-days of lunar/solar separation time for the Mayan Katun 20-Tun-year cycle. The Mayan prefix term Katun modifies 360-day-Tun-years to mean 20-Tun-years. The last 5-days in a solar-year are designated special worship period and counted separately.

The character Seth in the lower circle shows 105-days in darker green. Numerical matching takes place by equally dividing 210-days into 105-days for the lunar-side, feminine gender and 105-days for the solar-side, masculine gender. Adam introduces the first 130-day half of a Mayan 260-day-Tzolken-sacred-year. Solar-side matching occurs between the masculine 105-days and Seth's age. The Jewish Calendar 19-year Metonic cycle easily adapts to a Katun style, 20-Tun-year early lunar/solar calendar system. Fixed cultures in northeast Africa and Egypt may have used a (the same) Katun style 20-Tun-year system prior to the Exodus. Early Israelites shifted to a more mobile lunar/solar calendar following Exodus 12:2. Egyptian cosmology concentrated upon a stricter solar calendar after about 1450 BCE.

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Tzolken 260-day-sacred-years and (Tun) 360-day midpoint length of years are integral to the 52-year Calendar Round. Last 5-days form the Wayeb holiday terminal for every 365-day-solar-year. Explains Mayan 20-year Katun lunar/solar cycle and the squared term, 400-year Baktun l/s cycle. Slides 11-12a.avi

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The Mayan calendar 360-day-Tun-year (Tūn is pronounced toon) accompanies the 260-day-Tzolken-sacred-year in dual numbering. Mayan 360-day-Tun-years have 18 named months of 20-days each. A 260-day-Tzolken-sacred-year has 20 periods of 13-days each. Five special days called Wayeb attach to a 360-day-Tun-year to complete a 365-day-Haab-solar-year (Eqn. 18 p. 49). See figure 7 on page 50. The first day following the five-day span marks the beginning of the next of 365-day-Haab-solar-year. Archeologists have studied ornately carved stele or standing stones to discern the calendar. Wide agreement refers to a 365-day-Haab-solar-year serving a civil function. Following the 360-day-Tun-year, religion maintained the five Wayeb holidays as unlucky for ordinary work. Sabbath and Wayeb rest days are parallel theology. Mesoamerican calendars emphasize solar-side reckoning and numerical matching. However, 7-day-weeks and 7-intercalary-months did not share religious favor as in Judaism. Sister calendars treat the civil year, including the five extra holidays similarly.

Mayan 52-year Calendar Rounds were the summit of the dual system. Multiplying 52-Haab-solar-years and 73-Tzolken-sacred-years equals an agricultural 52-year Calendar Round (Eqn. 22a-c, p. 53). The final 260-day-Tzolken-sacred-year product develops from the last five Wayeb days over 52-years. A dominate maize (corn) god, among others, carry daily loads in the 52-year Calendar Round pantheon of deities. There are no specific ties with lunar/solar calendars or solar orbits in classical Mayan reference. Ages_of_Adam materials and tools advocate derived patterns stemming from original lunar/solar sources. Antediluvian Patriarch ages in Genesis convey the same methodology.

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1 Katun = 20 Tun-Years = 7,200 Days
1 Baktun = 20 Katuns = 144,000 Days = 400 Tun-Years
1 Great Cycle = 5200 Haab-Years of 365 days

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Mesoamerican calendars incorporate repetitive multiples of 20-days and 20-years in a dominant recurring theme of numerical matching. The 20-year lunar/solar calendar cycle marks the time split that cuts 210-days in half. To create later 20-year cycles, ancient people divide the 210-days of lunar/solar separation time equally for two halves of 105-days each. The feminine lunar-side time split is 105-days and the masculine solar-side time split also is 105-days (Eqn. 4 and 10, page 33). Feminine and masculine genders describe time splits according to layers.

The 20-year multiple of the Tun adds a prefix to make the Katūn. The Mayan calendar goes far beyond the Katun 20-year lunar/solar cycle. Greater time measurements multiply Katun 20-year-cycles by Katun 20-year-cycles again, or square time to create an upper calendar tier. The result is a Baktun 400-year lunar/solar cycle. Day number-name combinations describe 52-year Calendar Rounds. Mayan Calendar System name sequences range from 1-Kin-day to the 5200-year Great Cycle on page 51.

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Adam_Seth_Days_to_Yearsb.jpgIn the next animation, look closely to see three quick loops. Seth's primary age 105-days are used to divide a 260-day-Tzolken-sacred-year. Seth's 105-day solar-side time split in the green triangle equally divides 260-days. Adam's 130-day primary age follows a complete Mayan lunar/solar Katun 20-year cycle. Every Katun 20-year cycle returns the Sun and Moon to their starting positions. Ancients multiplied 20-years having 360-days by itself in order to square time. They had no way to write 20-years of 20-years, so they simply called them 400-years. Numerical matching of days and years is the answer. In other words, X-number of days also mark X-number of years. After one whole Mayan Baktun 400-year cycle, Sun and Moon again return to their same starting positions. The result changes 105-days of solar-side time split into 105-years of solar-side time split for every Baktun 400-year cycle.

The second part of the animation changes all days to years. The green triangle 105-years divides 260-years in three loops. When you multiply 5 and one-quarter days by 20-years, you get 105-days. When you multiply 5 and one-quarter years by 20 more 20-year cycles, you get 105-years. The remaining 260-days, therefore likewise convert into 260-years.

Genesis 5:6 gives the Primary 105-year age of Seth. Adam's primary 130-year age is given by Genesis 5:3. The first 260-day-Tzolken-sacred-year numerically matches with the first 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle. Adam is assigned the first 400-year Baktun Cycle to bisect 260-years in the second part of the animation. Three loops are again shown. At the website, Adam 400-year Baktun Cycle 1 identifies the first of 13 such 400-year Baktun Cycles.

The next video in the series details more about character primary and secondary age numbering. Venus and other heavenly topics are discussed in terms of astronomy and mythology.

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