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OBSERVATIONAL HEBREW YEAR OF MOSES by O.P. Armstrong July - 2016
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Egyptian culture (of Moses time) used such methods as

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illustrated by the Pyramid alignments on principle
ordinates. Many other ancient cultures also used monument
markers to mark the four seasons, spring, summer, autumn,
and winter.

The Mosaic holidays revolved around spring and autumn.
Three main holidays were given by Moses. First was Passover,
with main dates on 10th and 14th day of 1st month. Next was
Pentecost, Lev23:16, Count 50 days to the day after the 7th
Sabbath; then you shall offer.. & last as: „In the 7th month,
on the 1st day of the month, you shall have a Sabbath-rest, a
memorial of blowing of trumpets.. Lev23:24. Marking time
was mandated by the Sabbath or 7th year and Jubilee or 50th
year & 7 day week by a 7th Holy Rest vs Egypt 10day week.
The Sothic calendar system (365 days, circa 3,000BC) started
at Heliacal rising of Sirius upon Summer Solstice, June20±.
They Intercalated the last days of a year. The current
rabbinical calendar, has 365.2468days/Year. Only the 1st to
7th months were critical to the ancient Hebrew calendar. The
time after the 12th month unto the start of the next year
new month could be counted as intercalated days, with an
ignored month, if only interested in months 1 to 7.

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