Dividing Time Correctly: Part I

294.1 The first 294 years of history.

DAY 1: The sun was created
DAY 2: The firmament
DAY 3: land masses, waters collect into seas
DAY 4: moon and stars created to join the sun
DAY 5: marine life and winged creatures
DAY 6: land animals, and Adam and his wife Khoh

In our calendar, Month 1, Day 1, always starts with DAY 4 of the seven-day week at sunrise. This is because the sun received the company of the moon and the stars on that day and that day was the beginning of שנים (shanaym) "years" according to Genesis 1:14. New Year's Day on Month 1, Day 1, is always the fourth day of the week.

Thus, Adam was created on the date of Month 1, Day 3. Sixth day of the week. Year 1 of the world.

The first shabath day in the history of the world was Month 1, Day 4. If your seventh day weekly shabath does not fall on the fourth day of your Month 1 every single year without fail, you have the wrong calendar.

Adam's son Shath (Seth) was born in the 34th year of the 5th jubilee cycle. Adam was 230 years old (not 130!) when Shath was born.

Another way to express this year date is: 294/1/34/5.

This chart shows a period of 107,380 days starting with Month 1, Day 1, Year 1 down to Month 12, Day 31, Year 294. Years are grouped according to jubilee cycles. A jubilee cycle is 7 x 7 = 49 years, and the 50th year is the jubilee and also the first year of a new jubilee cycle. Every 294 years is a period of 6 jubilee cycles (6 x 49 = 294). Leap years are always the first year of a new seven-year cycle, and this includes the 50th year jubilee years as well.

Dividing Time Correctly: Part I