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Proofs of a Sun-Based Calendar

The sun is the basis of the calendar.  This is confirmed by four factors: the times and dates given in the books of Enoch and Jubilees; the construction of the temple; the sundial of Ahaz; and the necessity of synchronizing… (READ MORE)

Mathematics of the Jubilee Calendar

When most people ask, “What time is it?” they really mean, “What part of the day are we in right at this moment?”  They are interested in the smaller divisions of time, those that structure their activities between getting up… (READ MORE)

Kings and Priests of Israel and Judah

There has been some slight interest in chronology, even though it is in great disarray, concerning the timeline of ancient Israel’s existence. Even the Jewish Encyclopedia of 1911 documents years added or deleted from the “AM” calendar. Others have documented… (READ MORE)

People of the Sea

Phoenicians or Philistines? Some recent DNA tests say that they are the same people, but were they “way back when?” The answer is, by blood only, not by culture. The Phoenicians were the descendants of Shem from the same area… (READ MORE)

The Straits of Gibraltar

The end of the earth. That’s what the Straits of Gibraltar were to everyone except the Phoenicians. People were terrified to go through them, and for good reason. The waters of the Straits are shallow, the passage is narrow, and… (READ MORE)

Ships of the Ancient Sea-Going Peoples

The boats of the ancient peoples were very sea-worthy, as proven by Thor Heyerdahl’s reed boat, Ra. The first boat – or ship – mentioned in ancient literature was the Ark that carried Noah and his family through the flood…. (READ MORE)

A Nation of Kings and Priests

There is a place in the Old Testament that says Israel will be a nation of kings and priests to the other nations on earth. Israel failed in that job assignment. The nation that was supposed to show the way… (READ MORE)

The Function of Priests in the Past

There are several differences between the priests today and the priests of the temple periods of both ancient Egypt and ancient Israel. To understand these differences, first we must understand the pre-history of priest-hood in general. Read the books by… (READ MORE)

Ley Lines are the Fabric of Space

Ley lines on earth are relegated to the “woo-woo world” of UFOs and conspiracies, but is this appropriate? In one way, yes, but in other ways, it’s holding us back from greater space exploration. Ley lines are extended on into… (READ MORE)

Why Israel is Hidden in History

There is much confusion among persons searching for Israel in ancient documents and texts. The answer is so simple that people pass by it without noticing it. Israel was a satellite of Phoenicia, the Sea People, the trading nation of… (READ MORE)

Sailing by the Calendar

 The ancient prophecies concerning the calendar said plainly that the calendar would be changed, and that errors would be made concerning the holy days, making a sanctified (holy) day profane and making a profane day holy, disrupting the blessings that… (READ MORE)

The “Destroyer” of Revelation is…

As noted in the previous post, the counting of the years of the calendar began as a means of knowing when the next catastrophe – a word meaning “destruction from the stars” – is to be expected, and looked at… (READ MORE)

Religion Just Isn’t Relevant Any More – Why?

Elvis Presley’s home was an abandoned church. Other churches are being turned into restaurants, schools, and shopping centers. No One is going to church any more. There is a saying, God hasn’t been to church for decades. Why? Is religion… (READ MORE)

The Blue Star of the Hopi

In the beginning, calendars had days, weeks, and months, but not years. Those were only added after the flood of Noah’s days, and the reason they were added was to be able to track when the next catastrophe was expected…. (READ MORE)

Markers of the descendants of Northern Israel

Some years ago, Darrell Conder wrote a book, Mystery Babylon and the Lost 10 Tribes in the End Times, that claimed Northern Israel could be identified by one consistent marker: They are all Christian of one flavor or another, depending… (READ MORE)

Should Women (or Men) Wear Make-up?

This question is a burning issue in some fundamentalist organizations, so let’s look at the issue from the ancient perspective. The ancient Egyptian women – and men – wore paint around their eyes. They did this because the paint contained… (READ MORE)

The Temple and the Qumran Calendar

It is fairly well understood that the library found at Qumran was associated with the temple in Jerusalem in some way, partly through the list of priests and their times of service, partly through the use of the sun-based calendar… (READ MORE)

Blue Sun, Yellow Sun

Back in the days when women in the United States made their own cotton sun bonnets, they said they wore them whenever they went out for any more than a few minutes because the sun had two phases, a blue… (READ MORE)

Reading the Livers of Animals

One of the strangest customs mentioned in the Hebrew Bible is the custom of armies on the march to stop, kill a local animal and “read the liver.” Strange only to those who don’t understand how it works. That understanding… (READ MORE)

The Astral Internet

Our Internet is not the first. In fact, the original has connected every solid object to its star, and every star to the other stars in the heavens since stars came into existence. This internet consists of “pipes” made of… (READ MORE)

Evidence of the Qumran Calendar in Ancient Egypt

Ahmed Osman was a researcher and writer active in the 1980s concerning the ancient personages whose lives are documented in the Old Testament. He gives various translated passages of ancient Egyptian texts in his books, some of which are extremely… (READ MORE)

King David Was Also A Priest

In order to understand King David, first it is necessary to know who he was, where he was in the social structure, and why he was and is universally hated by the Jewish nation as a whole. David was an… (READ MORE)

Current Observances of the Seasonal Days

First, please notice that every nation on earth recognizes and responds to the change in seasons, most with 4 quarters, Egypt with only 3, and the Arctic region with only 2 (daylight and night). The origin of this practice is… (READ MORE)

A Star Named America

We hear a lot about the “New World” being named after the explorers that allegedly discovered the territory, but is that true? The oceans were the original highways of the ancient world, and held that position until piracy drove them… (READ MORE)

A Zero Year?

One of the most emotional debates with the least attention given to the facts is the question of whether there is a zero year between BC and AD when translating dates that start with the phrase “In the third year… (READ MORE)

The Legacy of the Egyptian Influence on Israel

The continuing study of the history and culture of the ancient nation of Israel is bringing to light more clearly day after day the influences of the two captivities and their influence on the nation as a whole through the… (READ MORE)

The Harbinger uses a sun-based calendar

There is quite a bit of stir resulting from several books about “The Harbinger”. There is one flaw in the theory: the current calendar used in the calculations is moon-based, while there is no “Schmittah” in it. That, translated, is… (READ MORE)

Hannibal’s Story

Hannibal was the military leader of the remnant of the Sea People whose base had originally been at Tyre until the earthquake dropped that port into shallow water. The leader in Tyre was the same King Hiram who partnered with… (READ MORE)

Restricted [Holy] Days in the Qumran Calendar

  Mankind is prone to leaving messages for the generations that follow, and calendars are a great place to write history large. If investigated logically and sequentially by those generations, the Qumran calendar is an entire history book overcoming the… (READ MORE)

Layout of the Qumran Jubilee Calendar

.The Qumran calendar was entirely separate from the moon-based calendar in the temple. Each was kept separately for separate uses. The Qumran calendar was never “luni-solar.” It was purely solar. Every moon-based calendar has to be corrected to the sun-based… (READ MORE)

Day Counts in the Qumran Calendar

The number of days in each year varies according to a variety of factors. Here is the matrix that the astronomers under King Hezekiah’s directions devised to account for those differences that changed after the shadow on the sun dial… (READ MORE)

Earth’s Year Is Not Consistent

  It’s easy to fall into the trap of thinking that each year has exactly 365.2422 days. This is an untrue assumption. The range of days in a year vary by as much as 30 days with an average of… (READ MORE)

Cities in the Pacific Ocean ? Really?

While searching for something entirely different, I came across a site that said there had once been a large and flourishing civilization in what is the Pacific Ocean today. I saved the page and moved on. My research took me… (READ MORE)