Earth’s Year Is Not Consistent

Yellow Sunrise courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

Yellow Sunrise courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

 

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 14 days off for any given year, with a range of 0 to 30. This has major implications for more than just when the Autumn leaves will be at their height of beauty, or when the cherry trees in Washington will bloom. It has the greatest implications in Astrological forecasts, both in setting the charts and also in calculating the present and future that so many people use for such serious matters as major purchases, propitious days for marriage, and an entire life-range of other decisions.

For those persons who happen to thoroughly enjoy touring through the hardwood forests to enjoy the Autumn colors, and also for those persons wishing to keep the feast days on their proper days, the only calendar that applies is the Qumran Jubilee calendar as found in the caves in 1947, stored there to protect them from destruction by the Roman army in 70 AD/CE (Gregorian). I have personally been tracking this calendar for over 20 years, and the most I can possibly identify it being off is by two days in the Autumn chill in the air, and that is probably due to my living within close proximity to a major ocean so that the change rides on the ocean winds.

A word about astrology as it was practiced in the days of the prophet Daniel, whose astrological predictions were more accurate then those of the other nations. There is a common belief that it is a sin to make astrological predictions. If that is true, then every prophet and prophetess from the days of Noah until today are grievous sinners, as every one of them, including Abraham, were excellent astrologers. In fact, the entire tribe of Issachar were major sinners, because Naphtali went into the commercial fisheries business to support them so the entire male population of the tribe could spent their time exclusively studying and refining the art. They were the first to wear black robes with the moon and stars embroidered in their clothing.

In addition, the temple in Jerusalem was the official observatory for the entire world, with the assigned priests taking readings from the roof of the tower that stood at the corner of the temple proper. All observations, such as the change of one age to another are taken from Jerusalem. Modern software can be set to Jerusalem’s location, if you don’t mind the major catastrophic errors introduced by the use of the ephemeris system rather than physical sightings. It is essential that this physical sighting system be introduced and posted on the Internet as a free service if astronomy and astrology are to be recombined successfully. This applies to all systems of astronomy and astrology worldwide. The key to correct locations is the correct identification of the point of origin for the readings. See the slide shows for this correct point of origin.

The basis of this off-the-mark problem is the use of an ephemeris for each of the various calculations. There are a minimum of two of them in any given astrological chart, one for the day of the year, and another for where the planets are at the target time, with the moon giving the most problems. None of the bodies in the solar system have a steady orbit. All of them have erratic movements for a number of reasons. Earth is particularly affected by the erratic movements of the moon, then by whether Jupiter and Saturn are on the same side of the sun, and where in relation to earth’s position triangulated with the sun that conjunction happens to be. If it is opposite the sun, earth’s orbit will take 360 days. If it is opposite earth from the sun, then earth’s orbit will be pulled out of round, adding as much as 16 days to the year. Other factors complicate this picture to the point that a total difference of 30 days is possible, as shown in the chart below. The headers are:

G-Year = Gregorian Year; G-Month = Gregorian Month; G-Day = Gregorian Day. These are the dates according to the current Gregorian calendar in common use for personal and business purposes today.

J-Year = Qumran Jubilee Year; J-Month = Qumran Jubilee Month; J-Day = Qumran Jubilee Day. The year G-2000 is the same as J-6000, as documented elsewhere. These are the dates of the named day of Spring on the Qumran Jubilee calendar. The term “Jubilee” is applied, as this calendar was adjusted to the actual movements of the heavens in the days of King Hezekiah, when the shadow on the sun dial in his garden went back ten degrees, adding 5.2422 days to the 360 days that defined the year prior to that event. There was no Jubilee year before that event. This can be validated by researching the addition of the 5 “evil days” to every calendar on earth at that time, particularly in Egypt. Catastrophism is real, and it has affected more than just the Great Flood of Noah’s days.

Days Difference = the number of physical days separating the two dates. The numbers in the far right column is the number of physical days separating the two calendar dates. These calculations are done for the years 2000 (Gregorian) which is 6000 (Qumran), and will be posted in the near future in a spreadsheet format. [All the calculations from the beginning of this study were done in Microsoft Excel to avoid computational errors.]

G-Year G-Month G-Day J-Year J-Month J-Day Days Difference
1900 3 20 5900 1 Spring 11
1901 4 2 5901 1 Spring 29
1902 4 1 5902 1 Spring 30
1903 3 31 5903 1 Spring 0
1904 3 29 5904 1 Spring 2
1905 3 28 5905 1 Spring 3
1906 3 27 5906 1 Spring 4
1907 3 26 5907 1 Spring 5
1908 3 30 5908 1 Spring 1
1909 3 29 5909 1 Spring 2
1910 3 28 5910 1 Spring 3
1911 3 27 5911 1 Spring 4
1912 3 25 5912 1 Spring 6
1913 3 24 5913 1 Spring 7
1914 3 23 5914 1 Spring 8
1915 3 28 5915 1 Spring 3
1916 3 26 5916 1 Spring 5
1917 3 25 5917 1 Spring 6
1918 3 24 5918 1 Spring 7
1919 3 23 5919 1 Spring 8
1920 3 21 5920 1 Spring 10
1922 3 25 5922 1 Spring 6
1923 3 24 5923 1 Spring 7
1924 3 22 5924 1 Spring 9
1925 3 21 5925 1 Spring 10
1926 3 20 5926 1 Spring 11
1927 3 19 5927 1 Spring 12
1928 3 17 5928 1 Spring 14
1929 3 22 5929 1 Spring 9
1930 3 21 5930 1 Spring 10
1931 3 20 5931 1 Spring 11
1932 3 18 5932 1 Spring 13
1933 3 17 5933 1 Spring 14
1934 3 16 5934 1 Spring 15
1935 3 15 5935 1 Spring 16
1936 3 19 5936 1 Spring 12
1937 3 18 5937 1 Spring 13
1938 3 17 5938 1 Spring 14
1939 3 16 5939 1 Spring 15
1940 3 14 5940 1 Spring 17
1941 3 13 5941 1 Spring 18
1942 3 12 5942 1 Spring 19
1943 3 17 5943 1 Spring 14
1944 3 15 5944 1 Spring 16
1945 3 14 5945 1 Spring 17
1946 3 13 5946 1 Spring 18
1947 3 12 5947 1 Spring 19
1948 3 10 5948 1 Spring 21
1949 3 9 5949 1 Spring 22
1950 3 14 5950 1 Spring 17
1951 3 27 5951 1 Spring 4
1952 3 25 5952 1 Spring 6
1953 3 24 5953 1 Spring 7
1954 3 23 5954 1 Spring 8
1955 3 22 5955 1 Spring 9
1956 3 20 5956 1 Spring 11
1957 3 19 5957 1 Spring 12
1958 3 24 5958 1 Spring 7
1959 3 23 5959 1 Spring 8
1960 3 21 5960 1 Spring 10
1961 3 20 5961 1 Spring 11
1962 3 19 5962 1 Spring 12
1963 3 18 5963 1 Spring 13
1964 3 16 5964 1 Spring 15
1965 3 21 5965 1 Spring 10
1966 3 20 5966 1 Spring 11
1967 3 19 5967 1 Spring 12
1968 3 17 5968 1 Spring 14
1969 3 16 5969 1 Spring 15
1970 3 15 5970 1 Spring 16
1971 3 14 5971 1 Spring 17
1972 3 18 5972 1 Spring 13
1973 3 17 5973 1 Spring 14
1974 3 16 5974 1 Spring 15
1975 3 15 5975 1 Spring 16
1976 3 13 5976 1 Spring 18
1977 3 12 5977 1 Spring 19
1978 3 11 5978 1 Spring 20
1979 3 16 5979 1 Spring 15
1980 3 14 5980 1 Spring 17
1981 3 13 5981 1 Spring 18
1982 3 12 5982 1 Spring 19
1983 3 11 5983 1 Spring 20
1984 3 9 5984 1 Spring 22
1985 3 8 5985 1 Spring 23
1986 3 13 5986 1 Spring 18
1987 3 12 5987 1 Spring 19
1988 3 10 5988 1 Spring 21
1989 3 9 5989 1 Spring 22
1990 3 8 5990 1 Spring 23
1991 3 7 5991 1 Spring 24
1992 3 5 5992 1 Spring 26
1993 3 10 5993 1 Spring 21
1994 3 9 5994 1 Spring 22
1995 3 8 5995 1 Spring 23
1996 3 6 5996 1 Spring 25
1997 3 5 5997 1 Spring 26
1998 3 4 5998 1 Spring 27
1999 3 3 5999 1 Spring 28
2000 3 7 6000 1 Spring 24
2001 3 20 6001 1 Spring 11
2002 3 19 6003 1 Spring 12
2003 3 18 6004 1 Spring 13
2004 3 16 6005 1 Spring 15
2005 3 15 6006 1 Spring 16
2006 3 14 6007 1 Spring 17
2007 3 13 6008 1 Spring 18
AVERAGE DAYS DIFFERENCE 14