Yahuah's 364 Day Eternal Calendar

The Books of Enoch and Jubilees Command a Calendar of 364 Days Only
Which Never Changes for Eternity

   Yahuah’s 364 day calendar has twelve months of 30 days and exactly 52 weeks. It has four quarters of 13 weeks and 91 days. There are four days of remembrance each year, one at the beginning of each quarter.  This keeps the days of the month and the days of the weeks constant in relation to one another. Consequently the calendar never changes from year to year for eternity.

   The Israelites observed this calendar until the Babylonian captivity in 586 BC. They forced the Jews to follow their lunar calendar. It was further enforced when the Greeks conquered Jerusalem in 167 BC and it was practiced under the Maccabees and the Pharisees to the present day. The Pharisees changed the scriptures by interpreting the word for month to moon. It is easy to see that there are two different Hebrew words for moon and month. They also excluded Jubilees and Enoch from the canon of scripture in 100 AD even though there are hundreds of scriptures in the old and new testament that quote directly from Enoch. 

   The problem with the lunar calendar, pointed out by Enoch and Jubilees, is that twelve moons is eleven days short of a year. So the holy days vary from 11 to 22 days every year, causing sacred days to be ignored and the Holy days to fall on unclean days. It also requires every third year to have 13 months in opposition to scripture. All the host of heaven celebrate the Sabbaths and Feast Days according to the eternal calendar. The lunar calendar causes believers to violate the commandments of Yahuah, excluding them from the kingdom of heaven.

    The extra day is eliminated from the 364 day calendar by resetting the first day of the year on the day after the vernal equinox every year. The 365th day causes the Gregorian week days to move every year with respect to the days of the month. But the eternal 364 day calendar doesn’t count the 365th day as a week day. This causes the 7th day Sabbath to be on a different Gregorian week day every year. In 2021, the weekly Sabbath is on Gregorian Wednesday.

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