The Solar-Lunar Creation and Exodus Calendars

Abstract: This is a Solar-Lunar development of the 364 year Solar calendars displayed here in 2015. Unlike the Babylonian and Jewish calendars that are corrected by adding a thirteenth month, these calendars always have twelve month years. In this revised version, the Exodus Calendar year starts one day earlier than in the earlier Solar version. The calendars still consist of an integral number of weeks but years can only be 350, 357, 378 or 385 days long. Extra weeks are added by extending one or more of the 28 day months to 35 days to keep in step with the full moon to give light in the festival months of Abib, Zif and Ethanim in the Exodus Calendar. An interesting feature of the Exodus Calendar is that Pentecost always falls on the anniversary of the old new year. These calendars have an impact on chronology see, for example Passover, and it transpires that modern Israel became an indepenent nation again on the self same day exactly 2520 Exodus Calendar years after BC 573/II/10, which latter can be shown to be a Jubilee year when Ezekiel had a vision of a future Temple on the 10th day of an unspecified month at the beginning of the year (Eze. 40:1). Students of prophecy will know the significance of 2520 years: being the period that the gentile nations would have exclusive rule in the world.

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Figure 1: Creation & Flood Calendar


Figure 2: Exodus Calendar


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