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Historical Evidence Proving Saturday Not Sabbath.

Historical Evidence Disproving A Saturday Sabbath.

 

Foreword.

 

I have compiled a list of historical data which shows the evolvement of today’s planetary seven day week from its inception to the present day, and when and how the “lunar week and lunar months” were discarded in favor of the solar only Roman/Gregorian calendar and seven day week.

 

 

Most people are not aware that in the Scriptures YHWH legislated the Hebrew calendar to Moses in Genesis 1:14-19, which is a lunar/solar calendar, in which the moon determines the weeks and the months, the sun rules over the day, and the moon and stars rules over the night. David in 1Chronicles 23 and 24 only set 24 courses of Temple services, and each Priest would serve twice. If you do the simple math here, you will know they were observing lunar weeks of years, and solar weeks of years will not fit because there are 365.4 days in a solar only year.

 

2x24=48. Now multiply 7x48=336 days, however, there are 354.4 days. Why only 336 days?  Because in Ezekiel 46:1-5 the “new moon days” are not counted as one of the “ six work days” nor a “seventh day Sabbath” either. When these 18 unaccounted “new moon” days are added to 336, you will come to 354 days, because there were Temple services on these “new moon” days. This proves Ezekiel 46:1-5 to be correct, and this proves  “solar weeks of years” were not being used. There is no coincidences in the Scriptures.

 

It is very evident the Apostle Shaul(Paul) was still observing the “new moon, the Holydays, and the Sabbaths” in Colossians 2:16, as set forth in the Hebrew calendar legislated by YAH to Moses in Genesis 1:14-19. What is interesting to note, is that Paul makes mention of the Galatians observing “days, months, times, and years” in Galatians 4:9-11; in which indicates that Paul encountered this new system of “time keeping”.

 

Remember Daniel 7:25? The fourth beast king and kingdom-Rome-He shall think to change TIMES and LAWS! This prophecy has indeed happened, and the whole world is indeed wandering after the beast especially in time keeping today.

 

The bold underlined has been added by me for you to take special notice of what is written by the writers themselves, and my comments will be in [brackets].

 

End of foreword.

 

In the Roman chronological system of Augustan age the week as a division of time was practically unknown, though the twelve calendar months existed as we have them now. In the course of the first and second century after Christ, the hebdomadal or seven-day period became universally familiar, though not immediately through Jewish or Christian influence. The arrangement seems to have been astrological in origin and to have come to Rome from Egypt. The seven planets, as then conceived of--Saturn, Jupiter, Mars, the Sun, Venus, Mercury, and the Moon, thus arranged in the order of their periodic times (Saturn taking the longest and the Moon the shortest time to complete the round of the heavens by their proper motion)--were supposed to preside over each hour successively, and the day was designated by that planet which presided over its first hour. Beginning on the first day with the planets in order, the first hour would be Saturn’s, the second Jupiter's, the seventh the Moon's, the eighth Saturn’s again, and so on. Continuing thus, the twenty-fifth hour, i.e. the first hour of the second day, and consequently the second day itself, would belong to the SUN; and the forty-ninth hour, and consequently the third day, to the Moon. Following always the same plan the seventy-third hour and the fourth day would fall to Mars, the fifth day to Mercury, the sixth to Jupiter, the seventh to Venus, and the eighth again to Saturn. Hence, apparently, were derived the Latin names for the days of the week, which are still retained (except Samedi and Dimanche) in modern French and other Romance tongues. These names from an early date were often used by the Christians themselves, and we find them already in Justin Martyr. ( bold underline Added).

http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/03158a.htm

 

To understand how the Day of the Sun became the first and most important day of the Roman week, it is important to note that the Romans adopted the seven day week from the Jews just before the beginning of Christianity. Prior to that time the Romans used an eight day week, known as nundinum. When the Romans replaced their eight day week with the seven day Jewish week, they chose to name the days of the week after the seven planetary gods, rather than numbering the days like the Jews.

 

Samuele Bacchiocchi, Ph. D.,
Retired Professor of Theology, Andrews University
, ‘ What is surprising, however, is that initially the Romans made Dies Saturni(the day of Saturn) the first day of the week, followed by Dies Solis ( Day of the Sun), which was the second day.16 The reason is that during the first century the Saturn god was viewed as being more important than the Sun god. Consequently the Day of Saturn was made the first and most important day of the week. The primacy of Saturday over Sunday continued until THE EARLY PART OF THE SECOND CENTURY, when the prestige of the day of Saturn was eclipsed by the day of the Sun. Unquote, Sun-worship and the Origin of Sunday

http://www.biblicalperspectives.com/endtimeissues/eti_79.htmlClick

 

(Although Samuele Bacchiocchi says the Romans adopted the seven day Jewish week, I highly doubt this, because here below is Constantine’s own words on anything Jewish.)

 

I renounce all customs, rites, legalisms. unleavened breads & sacrifices of lambs of the Hebrews, and all other feasts of the Hebrews, sacrifices, prayers, aspersions, purifications, sanctifications and propitiations and fasts, and new moons, and Sabbaths, and superstitions, and hymns and chants and observances and Synagogues, and the food and drink of The Hebrews; in one word, I renounce everything Jewish, every law, rite and custom and if afterwards I shall wish to deny and return to Jewish superstition, or shall be found eating with The Jews, or feasting with them, or secretly conversing and condemning the Christian religion instead of openly confuting them and condemning their vain faith, then let the trembling of Gehazi cleave to me, as well as the legal punishments to which I acknowledge myself liable. And may I be anathema in the world to come, and may my soul be set down with Satan and the devils. Source: Parks, James The Conflict Of The Church And The Synagogue Athenaeum, New York, 1974, p. 397-398.

 

Eviator Zerubavel a Jewish professor at Rutgers University wrote a book called ‘ The seven day circle’ he makes some interesting statements in his book-quote ‘the the dissociation of the week from a natural cycle such as the waxing and waning of the moon can be seen as part of a general movement toward introducing a supranatural deity. Not being personified as any particular natural force, the Jewish god was to be regarded as untouched by nature in any way. Accordingly, the day dedicated to this god was to be regarded as part of a divine temporal pattern that transcends even nature itself. That obviously involved dissociating the week from nature and its rhythms. Only by being based on an entirely artificial mathematical rhythm could the Sabbath observance become totally independent OF THE LUNAR or any other natural cycle.

A continuous seven-day cycle that runs throughout history paying no attention whatsoever to the moon and its phases is a distinctly Jewish invention. Moreover, the dissociation of the seven-day week from nature has been one of the most significant contributions of Judaism to civilization. Like the invention of the mechanical clock some 1,500 years later, it facilitates the establishment of what Lewis Mumford identified as "mechanical periodicity," thus essentially increasing the distance between human beings and nature. Quasi (lunar) weeks and (continuous) weeks actually represent two fundamentally distinct modes of temporal organization of human life, the former involving partial adaptation to nature, and the latter stressing total emancipation from it. The invention of the continuous week was therefore one of the most significant breakthroughs in human beings' attempts to break away from being prisoners of nature and create a social world of their own

 

So in other words, they departed from the All Mighty YHWH’S laws! They divorced the moon from determining the weeks and the months. Let’s continue,

 

The Jewish and and astrological weeks evolved quite independently of one another. However, given the coincidence of their identical length, it was only a matter of time before some permanent correspondence between particular Jewish days and particular planetary days would to add text, images, and other content be made. a permanent correspondence between the sabbath and ‘The Day Of Saturn’ was thus established later than THE FIRST CENTURY of the present era, Jews even came to name the planet saturn shabtai, after the original hebrew name of the sabbath, shabbath. Moreover, as they came into closer contact with Hellenism, their conception of their holy day was evidently affected by the astrological conception of saturn as a planet that has an overwhelming negative influence (a conception which, incidentally, is still evident even from the association of the English word "saturnine" with a gloomy disposition). There are traditional Jewish superstitious beliefs about demons and evil spirits that hold full sway on the Sabbath, and an old Jewish legend even links the choice of "the day of Saturn" as the official Jewish rest day with the superstition that it would be an inauspicious day for doing any work anyway!

(The Seven Day Circle: The History and Meaning of the Week, Eviator Zerubavel, New York: The Free Press, 1985. Pages11- 17). http://books.google.com/books?id=Cd5ZjRsNj4sC&pg=PA7&source=gbs_toc_r&cad=4#v=onepage&q&f=false

 

Quote Jewish Encyclopedia ‘ A division of time comprising seven days, thus explaining the Hebrew name. There are indications of the use of another system of reckoning time, in which the month was divided into three parts of ten days each, the decade being designated in Hebrew by the term " 'asor" (Gen. xxiv. 55; comp. the commentaries of Dillmann and Holzinger ad loc.; Ex. xii. 3; Lev. xvi. 29, xxiii. 27, xxv. 9). This apparently represented one-third of the solar month, while the week of seven days was connected with the lunar month, of which it is, approximately, a fourth. The quadripartite division of the month was evidently in use among the Hebrews and other ancient peoples; but it is not clear whether it originated among the former. It is unnecessary to assume, however, that it was derived from the Babylonians, for it is equally possible that observations of the four phases of the moon led the Hebrew nomads spontaneously and independently to devise the system of dividing the interval between the successive new moons into four groups of seven days each. There is ground, on the other hand, for the assumption that both among the Babylonians and among the Hebrews the first day of the first week of the month was always reckoned as coincident with the first day of the month. The emphasis laid on the requirement (Lev. xxiii. 15) that the weeks of Pentecost should be "complete" ("temimot") suggests that weeks might be reckoned in such a way as to violate this injunction. This was the case as long as the first day of the first week was made to COINCIDE WITH THE NEW MOON. At the end of four weeks an inyerval of one or two days might intervene before the new week could begin . At an early date, however, this intimate connection between the week and the moon must have been dissolved, the chief cause of the fixed week of seven days being, in all probability, the predominance of the seventh day as the Sabbath (but see Meinhold, "Sabbat und Woche im O. T." Göttingen, 1905, according to whom Sabbath, originally only the full-moon day and the week areindependent of each other). The week thus became a useful standard in the measurement of intervals of time (one week, Gen. xxix. 27 et seq.; two weeks, Lev. xii. 5; three weeks, Dan. x. 2; seven weeks, Deut. xvi. 9; Lev. xxiii. 15).(Underlined emphases added).

http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/articles/14813-week

 

Arthur Spier

Since Biblical times the months and years of the Jewish calendar have been established by the cycles of the moon and the sun. The traditional law prescribes that the months shall follow closely the course of the moon . . . In the early times of our history the solution was found by the following practical procedure: The beginnings of the months were determined by direct observation of the new moon. . . .

This method of observation and intercalation was in use throughout the period of the second temple (516 B.C.E. – 70 C.E.), and about three centuries after its destruction, as long as there was an independent Sanhedrin. In the fourth century, however, when oppression and persecution threatened the continued existence of the Sanhedrin, the patriarch Hillel II took an extraordinary step to preserve the unity of Israel he made public the system of calendar calculation which up to then had been a closely guarded secret. It had been used in the past only to check the observations and testimonies of witnesses, and to determine the beginnings of the spring season.

 

In accordance with this system, Hillel II formally sanctified all months in advance, and intercalated all future leap years until such time as a new, recognized Sanhedrin would be established in Israel. This is the permanent calendar according to which the New Moons and Festivals are calculated and celebrated today by the Jews all over the world. Like the former system of observation, it is based on the Luni-Solar principle. Arthur Spier, The Comprehensive Hebrew Calendar

 

In the mid-1st century B.C. Julius Ceasar invited Sosigenes, an Alexandrian astronomer, to advise him about the reform of the calendar, and Sosigenes decided that the only practical step was to abandon the lunar calendar altogether. Months must be arranged on a seasonal basis, and a tropical (solar) year used, as in the Egyptian calendar. "The Julian Calendar," Encyclopedia Britannica.

Hutton Webster points out that "the early Christians had at first adopted the Jewish [lunar] seven-day week with its numbered weekdays, but by the close of the third century A.D. this began to give way to the planetary week; and in the fourth and fifth centuries the pagan designations became generally accepted in the western half of Christendom. The use of the planetary names by Christians attests to the growing influence of astrological speculations introduced by converts from paganism" Rest Days: A Study in Early Law and Morality. New York: The MacMillan Company, 1916. P. 220).

 

Hutton Webster goes on to say, These imported [from Babylon] superstitions eventually led Jewish rabbis to call Saturn Shabbti, 'the star of the Sabbath.' [and] it was not until the latter part of the first century of our era, when the planetary week had become an established institution, that the Jewish Sabbath seems always to have corresponded to Saturn's Day [Saturday]. Rest Days, p.244 by Hutton Webster.

 

This change from the lunar/solar to a fixed solar calendar occurred in Rome during the repressive measures which were enacted against ALL Jewish customs . . . during the reign of Emperor Hadrian. With the fall of the Nazarene headquarters...at Jerusalem, this new Roman calendar quickly spread throughout 'Christendom.' This new calendar not only replaced yearly festival dates such as Passover, but it also revamped the concept of the week and its seventh day. Iranaeus 2nd Century A.D.

 

Encyclopedia Biblica, 1899 Edition, pages 4178 through 5290.

 

The custom of celebrating the Sabbath every 7th day, irrespective of the relationship of the day to the moon's phases, led to a complete separation from the ancient view of the Sabbath.

 

The four quarters of the Moon supply an obvious division of the month it is most significant that in the older parts of the Hebrew scriptures the new moon and the sabbath are almost invariably mentioned together. The month is beyond question an old sacred division of time common to all the semites; even the Arabs who received the week at quite a late period from the Syrians, greeted the New Moon with religious acclamations. We cannot tell when the Sabbath became dissociated from the month.

 

The Encyclopaedia Biblica, 1903 p. 5290 says this.

 

"In the years following Clement of Alexandria's time, an ominous change started to take place that was to radically change the Christian concept of the Sabbath." Records the Encyclopedia Biblica: "This intimate connection between the week and the month was soon dissolved. It is certain that the week soon followed a development of its own, and it became the custom -- without paying any regard to the days of the month (i.e. the lunisolar month) . . . so that the New Moon no longer coincided with the first day of the month.

 

Then, on page 4179 of the same encyclopedia, we read: "The introduction . . .of the custom of celebrating the Sabbath every 7th day, irrespective of the relationship of the day to the moon's phases, led to a complete separation from the ancient view of the Sabbath. . . Encyclopaedia Biblica, 1903 p. 5290.

 

We shall be taken for Persians [Mithraists], perhaps . . . The reason for this, I suppose, is that it is known that we pray towards the east . . . Likewise, if we devote the day of the Sun to festivity (from a far different reason from Sun worship), we are in a second place from those who devote the day of Saturn, themselves also deviating by way of a Jewish custom of which they are ignorant. Tertullian, Apologia.

 

 

The modern seven-day week came into use during the early imperial period, after the Julian calendar came into effect, apparently stimulated by immigration from the Roman East. For a while it coexisted alongside the old 8-day nundinal cycle, and fasti are known which show both cycles. It was finally given official status by Constantine in 321. Roman Calendar Encyclopedia, Days of the Week.

 

 

Even after Constantine's edict about Sunday, it took another generation or two for the seven-day week to catch on throughout the empire. The 24-hour system took longer, having to wait until the invention of the mechanical clock in the Middle Ages by monks anxious to observe with precision their canonical hours. Before this, people marked the passage of time during the night by using the stars and during the day either by eyeballing the sun or by listening to public announcements of the time. Calendar,  David Ewing Duncan, p. 47,  New York, Avon Books, 1998.

 

Most Saturday observers have been taught to believe that the Council of Laodicea, Canon 29 stated:

 

 Christians shall not Judaize and be idle on Saturday, but shall work on that day; but the Lord's Day they shall especially honor, and, as being Christians, shall, if possible, do no work on that day. If however, they are found Judaizing, they shall be shut out from Christ.

 

However, the above quote is in error.

 

According to Karl J. von Hefele, a Catholic bishop, in his History of the Councils of the Church from the Original Documents, states that the word "Saturday" (dies Saturni) does not exist either in the Greek or Latin text. Rather, the word "Saturday" was supplied in the English translation in place of the word Sabbato, meaning Sabbath.

 

 Here below is the entire quote in the original.

 

Quod non oportet Christianos Judaizere et otiare in Sabbato, sed operari in eodem die. Preferentes autem in veneratione Dominicum Diem si vacre voluerint, ut Christiani hoc faciat; quod si reperti fuerint Judaizere Anathema sint a Christo. Council of Laodicea, Canon 29.

 

Under the reign of Constantius the persecutions of the Jews reached such a height that . . . the computation of the [lunar/solar]calendar [was] forbidden under pain of severe punishment. The Jewish Encyclopedia, "Calendar."

 

 

Sabbath and New Moon (Rosh Hodesh), both periodically recur in the course of the year. The New Moon is still, and the Sabbath originally was, dependent upon the lunar cycle. Universal Jewish Encyclopedia, p. 410.

 

Also, Robert Leo Odom, Interesting reading on the first seven day planetary week is under the section titled ‘Days Of The Gods ‘ and ‘In the Baths of Titus ‘page 29, he describes this Roman planetary calendar below. http://www.friendsofsabbath.org/Further_Research/e-books/Sunday%20Sacredness%20In%20Roman%20Paganism%20(1944).pdf

 

Even Samuel Bacchiocchi mentions this same ‘ seven day planetary calendar week‘ and the ‘eight day week’ in his book ‘ From Sabbath to Sunday, under Sun-Worship and the Origin of Sunday, pages 242, 243-244.

 

Samuel Bacchiocchi says quote ‘ In fact, initially the day of the Sun had nothing to distinguish it from the other days since it was ‘the second day of the week following Saturn-day which was the first(day).’ ‘unquote.

 

Samuele Bacchiocchi, Ph. D.,
Retired Professor of Theology, Andrews University

Samuel Bacchiocchi even quotes Tertullian (Apology to the pagans)written in AD 197, Tertullian also verifies that ‘Saturns-day was the first day of the week, and the day of the Sun followed it. Page 245

http://www.friendsofsabbath.org/Further_Research/Bacchiocchis%20Research/From%20Sabbath%20to%20Sunday.pdf

 

You can read this at the above address, however, notice how this educated man ‘stumbles over the truth regarding Saturn-day as being originally the first day of the Roman planetary week, and Suns-day as being the second day of the planetary week‘, then, he picks himself up, and hurries right along as if nothing happened.

 

This is shocking, however, notice that he admits this again, then, he picks himself up and hurries right along again in this letter to a Dr. Kennedy, and he does not realize that the Roman week has in fact been broken in the past, and was different from the seven day week of today.

 

Quote Samuel Bacchiocchi : ‘To understand how the Day of the Sun became the first and most important day of the Roman week, it is important to note that the Romans adopted the seven day week from the Jews just before the beginning of Christianity. Prior to that time the Romans used an eight day week, known as nundinum. When the Romans replaced their eight day week with the seven day Jewish week, they chose to name the days of the week after the seven planetary gods, rather than numbering the days like the Jews.

 

‘ What is surprising, however, is that initially the Romans made Dies Saturni(the day of Saturn) the first day of the week, followed by Dies Solis ( Day of the Sun), which was the second day.16 The reason is that during the first century the Saturn god was viewed as being more important than the Sun god. Consequently the Day of Saturn was made the first and most important day of the week. The primacy of Saturday over Sunday continued until THE EARLY PART OF THE SECOND CENTURY, when the prestige of the day of Saturn was eclipsed by the day of the Sun. Unquote, Sun-worship and the Origin of Sunday

http://www.biblicalperspectives.com/endtimeissues/eti_79.html

 

Rome first had an ‘eight day market week’ as below, this is the calendar being used by Rome during Messiah’s time on earth. Each day of this week was represented with letters ‘ A through H’ this calendar is also shown here in the address below.

The calendar week shown in the address below was Rome’s first “seven day planetary week”  found in the baths of Titus called a “stick calendar”. You can see on the far left of the “god Saturn” as the first day of the planetary week, and “Sun’s day” is the second day of the planetary week.

The center circle contains the 12 signs of the zodiac, corresponding to the 12 months of the year. The Roman numerals in the left and right columns indicate the days of the month. Across the top of the calendar appear the seven planetary gods of the Romans. Saturday, (or dies Saturni -- the day of Saturn) was the first day of the week, not the seventh day of the week, and you will notice that “Suns-day” is the second day of the planetary week, because of the “rays” around the head.

https://www.google.com/search?q=ancient+roman+calendar&sa=X&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&ei=ARC8UZ6hNoXW9ATLuoDQCA&ved=0CDUQsAQ&biw=1117&bih=533#facrc=_&imgdii=_&imgrc=5djs4BZgOeonsM%253A%3B59R4QtjGwTKHYM%3Bhttp%253A%252F%252F4.bp.blogspot.com%252F-r_M_fCkJQjQ%252FUOHZY7ZqTTI%252FAAAAAAAAFzg%252FILgQzr4399Q%252Fs1600%252Fancient_Roman_Calendar.gif%3Bhttp%253A%252F%252Falittlereality.blogspot.com%252F2013%252F01%252Fon-new-years-and-calendars_1.html%3B482%3B397

 

Here below is how the days were named back then.

 

1. Saturn’s Day (dies Saturnī)
2. Sun’s Day (dies Sōlis)
3. Moon’s Day (dies Lūnae)
4. Mar’s Day (dies Martis)
5. Mercury’s Day (dies Mercuriī)
6. Jupiter’s Day (dies Jovis)
7. Venus’ Day (dies Veneris)

So the calendar week today still names all the days after pagan deities.

 

Sunday           -- The Sun

Monday          -- The Moon

Tuesday          -- Tiu, the Norse god of war

Wednesday    -- Woden, the Celtic god of wisdom

Thursday       -- Thor, the Celtic god of thunder

Friday             -- Freya, the Celtic goddess of fertility

Saturday        -- Saturn, the Roman god of agriculture

 

 

Here below is the Biblical week corresponding to the Roman seven day planetary week back in those times.

 

Scriptural week.                  Roman Planetary week

1st . First day                       2nd Day of the Sun.-Sunday

2nd Second Day                   3rd Day of the moon-Monday

3rd Third Day                      4th Day of Mars-Tuesday

4th Fourth Day                     5th Day of Mercury-Wednesday

5th Fifth Day                        6th Day of Jupiter-Thursday

6th Sixth Day                       7th Day of Venus-Friday

7th Seventh Day                   1st Day of Saturn-Saturday

 

And Saturday Sabbath observers say this is the true Biblical calendar week of Creation? They have to be kidding themselves! YAH have mercy on ignorant people today!

 

To ignore all this historical information, you have to be burying your head deep in the sand like an ostrich.

 

The center circle contains the 12 signs of the zodiac, corresponding to the 12 months of the year. The Roman numerals in the left and right columns indicate the days of the month. Across the top of the calendar appear the seven planetary gods of the Romans. Saturday, (or dies Saturni -- the day of Saturn) was the first day of the week, not the seventh day of the week, and you will notice that “Suns-day” is the second day of the planetary week, because of the “rays” around the head.

https://www.google.com/search?q=ancient+roman+calendar&sa=X&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&ei=ARC8UZ6hNoXW9ATLuoDQCA&ved=0CDUQsAQ&biw=1117&bih=533#facrc=_&imgdii=_&imgrc=5djs4BZgOeonsM%253A%3B59R4QtjGwTKHYM%3Bhttp%253A%252F%252F4.bp.blogspot.com%252F-r_M_fCkJQjQ%252FUOHZY7ZqTTI%252FAAAAAAAAFzg%252FILgQzr4399Q%252Fs1600%252Fancient_Roman_Calendar.gif%3Bhttp%253A%252F%252Falittlereality.blogspot.com%252F2013%252F01%252Fon-new-years-and-calendars_1.html%3B482%3B397

 

 

The New Encyclopedia Britannica says this…  “The origin of the calendric system in general use today - the Gregorian calendar - can be traced back to the Roman republican calendar, which is thought to have been introduced by the fifth king of Rome, Tarquinius Priscus (616-579 BCE)...  By 46 BCE the calendar had become so hopelessly confused that Julius Caesar was forced to initiate a reform of the entire system.  Caesar invited the Alexandrian astronomer Sosigenes to undertake this task.  Sosigenes suggested abandoning the lunar system altogether and replacing it with a tropical year of 365.25 days.  Further, to correct the accumulation of previous errors, a total of 90 intercalary days had to be added to 46 BCE, meaning that January 1, 45 BCE, occurred in what would have been the middle of March.  To prevent the problem from recurring, Sosigenes suggested that an extra day be added to every fourth February.  The adoption of such reformatory measures resulted in the establishment of the Julian calendar, which was used for roughly the next 1,600 years.”

 

And he shall think to change TIMES and LAWS Daniel 7:25. Today, people seem to focus on the changes made to Yah’s LAW but totally ignore the changes the fourth beast made to Yah’s ordinance of TIME.  And, in fact, churchianity has embraced those changes.  They observe pagan feast days, calling them “Christian” and also spurious Sabbaths, believing pagan time holy.

 

 

Sixteen hundred years later the mess inherited by mankind was severe enough that the Julian calendar had to be scrapped altogether.  The New Encyclopedia Britannica explains why that became necessary.

 

 

“During that time (since the initiation of the Julian calendar in 46 BC), however, the disagreement between the Julian year of 365.25 days and the tropical (solar) year of 365.242199 gradually produced significant errors.  The discrepancy mounted at a rate of 11 minutes 14 seconds per year until it was a full 10 days in 1545, when the Council of Trent authorized Pope Paul III to take corrective action.  No solution was found for many years.  In 1572 Pope Gregory XIII agreed to issue a papal bull drawn up by the Jesuit astronomer Christopher Clavius.  Ten years later, when the edict was finally proclaimed, 10 days in October were skipped to bring the calendar back in line.”

 

 

 

 

You may already know that in 1582, Thursday, October 4 was followed by Friday, October 15.  Does THIS sound like the calendar that YHWH ordained at Creation?  Does YHWH need a Jesuit astronomer and a Pope to rescue HIS PROPER SCRIPTURAL SABBATH from oblivion????  YAH have mercy!!!

 

 

The calendar used in the Scriptures is a Lunar-Solar Calendar Genesis 1:14-19, mandated by YHWH to Moses, and the weeks and months are determined by the moon ( H3391; H3394; H2318; H2320), and every date recorded in the Scriptures is a “lunar date” and not a “solar only calendar date”. There are 52-53 Saturdays in the Roman solar only calendar weekly year. Now prove to me, or yourself, if a Saturday can even be found in a lunar month in the entirety of the Scriptures? Impossible! They are two different calendars altogether!

 

 

I’m not the only one who knows about all this Historical evidence either.

Try these links.. http://www.thecreatorscalendar.com/Articles/Evidence/The_Evidence.html

Also…

http://www.creationcalendar.com/index.html

 

I do hope and pray, that all Saturday Sabbath observers will search the scriptures and history on this subject. The ALL MIGHTY YAH put His calendar in the Heavens Gen.1:14-19 where mankind cannot tinker with it, nor to touch it, and only YAH ALL Mighty has control of His calendar!

Do you really believe, that YAH ALL MIGHTY would put His calendar in the hands of men, who could change it like the Roman Pontiffs did, and who has changed its own solar only calendar week?

 

Shalom,

Eliyahuw C.

 

 

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