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The Aviv Calendar

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Anciently, the first month of Nisan was not supposed to begin before the Spring Equinox because the Barley would not be ripe (green = aviv) by the 16th (Y'shua's resurrection) when the Sheaf was waved in the Temple.  The Apostles gave this Calendar to the Church with Passover (Easter) reconned as the first Sunday after the first Full Moon that fell on or after the Equinox.  This Aviv Calendar will have to be re-established by Israel when they rebuild their Temple (which they know).

 

So, you will see that, this year their calendar started before the equinox and is a month early and should have started on April 13, 2021 AD.

 

Significantly, when you use this Aviv Calendar,  you will see that Netanyahu was ousted by a coalition government precisely on, what would be, Pentecost June 16th (starts eve of 15th), which is certainly indicative of the removal of the Bands (Dan 4 and Ps 2 etc) and upcoming Pretribulational Rapture of the Church.

 

This places Tisha be Av this Sunday the 15th of August which would also be the Galilean Winter Wheat Harvest (a second Pentecost) as well as the Church's Assumption of Mary which is the subject of the vision of our Lady of Guadalupe in which the Angel places a role (Messenger of the Covenant) and thus possibly prefigures the catching up of the Mustard Seed (Davidic Leader of the End Days).

 

Tu be Av would follow the very next Sunday and would be a prime Rapture Watch Date.

 

En Passant, even if someone guessed the right Day and Hour for the Rapture they would not know (experiencially) they were right until after the event.  Thus, in this sense, only the Father knows.

 

 



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More commonly called the Karaite Calender :

 

https://brill.com/view/book/edcoll/9789004294264/B9789004294264-s026.xml?language=en



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Only problem is, this calendar comes, more or less, from northern Israel where the Barly ripens a month earlier then in Jerusalem.

 

This was actually a point of contention, anciently, with the Rabbis telling the Galileans to leave the barly on the stalk for a month which, obviously, they could not do.

 

Our case law example is that, though they harvested their barly a month earlier, the Galileans celebrated the new year of Nisan First in accordance with the Temple Calendar.

 

So, my choice of title - Aviv Calendar - acknowledges this disparity and restores the Biblical Calendar.

 

So, let us hear the conclusion of the matter.

 

Rosh Hashanah is October 8, 2021 Anno Domini.

 

Yom Kippur is October 17, 2021 Anno Domini which is forty days after Rosh Hashanah on the Jewish Calendar...



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