Steve Fletcher shares a Drudge report related to Hundreds of Thousands of Troops refusing the Jab, which could lead the US needing UN Troops to help fill the gap.
He also discussed a 1260 day count from Israel’s 70th Birthday on May 14th, 2018 leading to Chesvan 17- Oct 23rd ( The Day of the Flood). You can’t make this stuff up!
The other piece he goes over is regarding the confusion related to individuals thinking the Calendar is a Month off, which is not true.
I highly recommend all those that have any doubt that the Hebrew Calendar is correct to do some research yourself.
I had 1% of my thoughts to still keep an eye out for it, until I prayed about it deeply.
The Lord told me to not believe Man and to look it up myself. Basically, “Study to shew thyself approved..”
He told me that I should never just believe Anyone that makes statements regarding what He is doing without researching it first.
So I did my research to have true understanding and I tell you that this thought that the Hebree Calendar is off is tied to the Mazaroth and claims Israel has to use the Constellations to determine Feast Days, rather than simply understanding the Seasons and the Moon and Sun.
This is easily debunked because Jesus fulfilled Israeli Hebrew Feast Days.
Those that truly believe this Constellation doctrine have claimed Israel has been wrong for a long time, for thousands of years. It is a doctrine belief that is leading many to confusion and even falling away from the Faith.
Israel is God’s Time Clock and we need to respect and honor that.
The Main argument for this year is that Israel started the Year before the Equinox and Passover after the Equinox.
The info below debunks the narrative and explains how they do it and why. I hope this helps.
Don’t let satan continue to wear you out. This is one of the ways that he is doing it.
We saw tons of signs this year! Go back and look at every event that took place. Including La Palma.. They happened during Hebrew Calendar Feast Days.
How Does the Spring Equinox Relate to the Timing of Passover?
About the Jewish Leap Year
By Menachem Posner
The Jewish calendar normally consists of twelve lunar months. A lunar month—from the moment when the crescent new moon appears until it disappears once again—is roughly 29.5 days. Twelve lunar months equal 354 days, eleven days less than the solar year.
Therefore, if we were to maintain a strictly twelve-month lunar calendar, we would lose eleven days each year. This would result in holidays which would constantly be fluctuating in relation to the seasons, which are dictated by the solar cycle. We would have summer Chanukahs and snowy Shavuots.
Therefore the Torah commands us,1 “Guard the month of spring, and make [then] the Passover offering.” This is a directive to the Sanhedrin (Rabbinical Supreme Court) to constantly adjust the calendar to ensure that Nissan, the month of the holiday of Passover, always falls during the spring season. This is accomplished through thirteen-month “leap years” which were added to the calendar approximately once every three years.
During these years, a second month of Adar was added to the calendar.
While the Sanhedrin presided in Jerusalem, there was no set calendar. They would evaluate every year to determine whether it should be declared a leap year.
Several factors were considered in the course of their deliberations. The primary factor, which overrode all others, was the spring equinox.
If the spring equinox would fall later than the first half of Nissan (i.e., on the 16th or later), then the year was automatically declared to be a leap year.
This Year of 2021:
Nisan 1 declared March 13th-14th
Spring Equinox took place in 2021 on March 20th.
Passover started March 27th – April 4th.
Therefore, Israel Calendar was done correctly. No issues with the Calendar.
More Hebrew Calendar Info – https://www.calendar.com/blog/introduction-to-the-hebrew-calendar-12-facts-you-should-know/
The Rule of the Equinox
Elohim created the sun to rule the day and the moon to rule the night, to separate the day from the night and to divide light from darkness. The results of this creative act are seen every day and every night. The sun and the moon were created for signs which are occasionally visible in solar and lunar eclipses. They were also created for appointed times. This point is not understood by many who follow calendars not concerned with the movements of the sun and moon. The sun and the moon were also created for calculating days and for calculating years.
Genesis 1:14-19 Then Elohim said, “Let there be lights in the firmament of the heavens to divide the day from the night; and let them be for signs and appointed times, and for days and years; and let them be for lights in the firmament of the heavens to give light on the earth,” and it was so. Then Elohim made two great lights: the greater light to rule the day, and the lesser light to rule the night. He made the stars also. Elohim set them in the firmament of the heavens to give light on the earth, and to rule over the day and over the night, and to divide the light from the darkness. And Elohim saw that it was good. So the evening and the morning were the fourth day.
יהוה Elohim requires that three times every year all males of Israel are to appear before Him in Jerusalem.
Exodus 23:14-17 Three times a year you are to keep a festival to Me. You shall keep the Festival of Unleavened Bread: You shall eat unleavened bread seven days, as I commanded you, at the appointed time of the month of Aviv [Month 1], for in it you came out from Egypt, and none shall appear before Me empty, and the Festival of Harvest [Shavuot], the firstfruits of your labors which you have sown in the field, and the Festival of the Ingathering [Sukkot], which is in the end of the year when you have gathered in the labors out of the field. Three times in the year shall all your males appear before the Master יהוה.
Deuteronomy 16:16 Three times in a year shall all your males appear before יהוה your Elohim in the place which He shall choose; in the Feast of Unleavened Bread, in the Feast of Weeks [Shavuot], and in the Feast of Tabernacles [Sukkot]: and they shall not appear before יהוה empty.
All three festivals need to take place within a single year. The Creation Calendar keeps the agricultural festivals properly oriented to the solar cycle (tropical year) which today is believed to be 365 days, 5 hours 49 minutes 19 seconds in duration. The ancient Israelites, some of whom wrote the Scriptures containing specific dates from the Creation Calendar, were well aware of the need for the Hebrew Year to stay properly tethered to the solar cycle (tropical year). They adhered to the rule of the equinox to ensure that this happened. For this reason, the Creation Calendar is superior in an error tolerance analysis to any other calendar. It ensures that Unleavened Bread will always be kept in its season from year to year as Exodus 13:10 instructs.
Exodus 13:10 You shall therefore keep this ordinance [the Festival of Unleavened Bread] in its season from year to year.
Elohim created the sun and the moon for calculating years, and the equinoxes and solstices are His demarcation points in the solar cycle. In calculating a Hebrew Year, the spring equinox governs the start of a Hebrew Year according to Exodus 12:1-2. The spring equinox is the demarcation point governing the solar cycle. The first day of Unleavened Bread on Day 15 of Month 1 is the critical day for calculating a Hebrew Year. In the Creation Calendar, the first day of Unleavened Bread on Day 15 of Month 1 always occurs on or after the Hebrew Day of the spring equinox. The first day of Unleavened Bread never occurs before the spring equinox. This ensures that all three festivals take place within a single year as יהוה specified.
This rule is called the rule of the equinox, and it always places Day 15 of Month 1 on or after the Hebrew Day of the spring equinox. If at the moment of sunset at the end of Month 12, on the evening of the first crescent moon at Jerusalem, there are 15 Hebrew Days or less until the spring equinox, then Month 1 is declared. If there are 16 Hebrew Days or more until the spring equinox, then Month 13 is declared. The spring equinox will always occur on or between Day 16 of Month 12 in a Spiritual Regular Year, and Day 15 of Month 1 in the year following. The spring equinox will always occur on or between Day 16 of Month 13 in a Spiritual Leap Year, and Day 15 of Month 1 in the year following.
The spring equinox is defined as the time when the apparent geocentric longitude of the sun (that is, calculated by including the effects of aberration and nutation) is 0 degrees. The Creation Calendar only intercalates, or inserts an extra month, at the end of Month 12. The intercalary month is called Month 13. In the Creation Calendar, the reference point for sighting the new moon is the vicinity of the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. This is one reason that the location of the Temple Mount is so intrinsically important.
Regarding the rule of the equinox, it should be mentioned that there are currently some who are teaching that a Hebrew Year is reckoned from the first new moon after the spring equinox. It can be proven from a set of historical records called the Elephantine Letters, that this is the way the ancient Persians reckoned their year between 458 – 351 B.C.E. However, יהוה clearly instructed Israel not to follow the way of the nations in Jeremiah 10:1-2. As the Persians followed the way of Zoroastrianism, it is easy to determine that this method of determining when a year begins is not the narrow way that leads to life spoken of by יהושע the Messiah in Matthew 7:13-14 and Luke 13:24-30.
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