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* In ancient times, the gods in the lunar calendar were called the wax, so the lunar calendar was called the twelfth lunar month. The twelfth lupine plum spit fragrance, also known as the twelfth lunar month. The twelfth lunar month is December of the lunar calendar. Because it was to be harvested in December, this name was already a household name in the Qin Dynasty.
 
* In ancient times, the gods in the lunar calendar were called the wax, so the lunar calendar was called the twelfth lunar month. The twelfth lupine plum spit fragrance, also known as the twelfth lunar month. The twelfth lunar month is December of the lunar calendar. Because it was to be harvested in December, this name was already a household name in the Qin Dynasty.
  
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* Ezekiel saw more than just a wheel in the sky. He also saw and understood the Creator’s Calendar. A “thirteenth month” is located in Scripture. Naturally.
 
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* Today, a calendar based on the moon and the sun requires a 13th month approximately every 3 years. Originally it was not so, the lunar and solar cycles were both 360 days. Presently, the lunar year is 11 days shorter than the solar year meaning that after three years, the lunar cycle would be 33 days off, necessitating an additional month. The Hebrews called this month Veadar (meaning “second Adar”).
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* A 13th month is proven from scripture in the inspired book of the prophet Ezekiel. In Ezekiel 1:1-2 we are told that Ezekiel received a vision from YHVH on the 5th day of the fourth month, in the fifth year of king Jehoiachin’s captivity. In Ezekiel 2:7 YHVH again speaks unto Ezekiel telling him to warn Israel concerning their treachery against YHVH. Then in Ezekiel 3:15 we find that Ezekiel dwelt by the river Chebar for seven days bringing us to the 11th day of the fourth month, in the fifth year of king Jehoiachin’s captivity.
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* Now, in Ezekiel 4:1-11 he is given instructions by YHVH to lay on his left side 390 days and when he accomplishes this he is to then lay on his right side 40 days; equaling a total of 430 days. The next time reference in Ezekiel is found in chapter 8:1 where we see that Ezekiel was sitting in his house in the sixth year (of king Jehoiachin’s captivity) on the 5th day of the sixth month. This shows that Ezekiel had finished his instructions given in chapter 4 because he was sitting in his house not lying on either his left or right side. If Ezekiel was using a strictly solar calendar he could not have possibly obeyed YHVH’s instructions by the time reference given in Ezekiel 8:1.
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* From the 11th day of the fourth month, in the fifth year of Jehoiachin (Ezekiel 1:1-2; 2:7; 3:15) to the 5th day of the sixth month in the sixth year of Jehoiachin (Ezekiel 8:1) is only 413 days on a strictly solar calendar, (17 days short). Using 12 lunar months, this accounts for only 403 days—which is 27 days short.) If Ezekiel used a solar-only calendar he disobeyed YHVH. However, had this particular year consisted of 13 months (lunar-solar year) Ezekiel obeyed the instructions from YHVH to the letter as a 13th month was 29 days long, giving him plenty of time to lay on his side for the remaining 27 days.
Ezekiel saw more than just a wheel in the sky.
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* Keep in mind that Ezekiel 4:9-10 shows that Ezekiel was told to make enough bread to last him the entire 430 days. I have given the solar only people the best possible scenario available, taking for granted that Ezekiel made all this bread in one day, i.e. the 11th day of the fourth month. If we factor in the making of twenty shekels of bread (Ezekiel 4:9-10) for each day on his side, this even further destroys the notion of the strictly solar calendar, because the time span would decrease for the solar only people if it took him longer than one day to make the bread.
He also saw and understood the Creator’s Calendar.
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* Furthermore, when you recognize the obvious fact that the scriptural months are lunar, and that the new year is determined by the spring equinox it is a necessity that a 13th month be added approximately every two to three years (7 times in 19 years). If this is not done the festivals will be 11 days shorter every “strictly-solar year” that goes by, placing the festivals out of their seasons in short order. This is exactly what happens with the Muslim calendar which ignores the 13th month. Their festivals travel throughout all seasons of the year.
A “thirteenth month” is located in Scripture.
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* There you have it friends, a thirteenth month located in Scripture. Neither Scripture, nor the math lies. Do the math, read the evidence. The cloud is moving. We need either to follow or be left in the wilderness.
Naturally.
 
Today, a calendar based on the moon and the sun requires a 13th month approximately every 3 years.
 
Originally it was not so, the lunar and solar cycles were both 360 days. Presently, the lunar year is 11
 
days shorter than the solar year meaning that after three years, the lunar cycle would be 33 days off,
 
necessitating an additional month. The Hebrews called this month Veadar (meaning “second Adar”).
 
A 13th month is proven from scripture in the inspired book of the prophet Ezekiel. In Ezekiel 1:1-2 we
 
are told that Ezekiel received a vision from YHVH on the 5th day of the fourth month, in the fifth year of
 
king Jehoiachin’s captivity. In Ezekiel 2:7 YHVH again speaks unto Ezekiel telling him to warn Israel
 
concerning their treachery against YHVH. Then in Ezekiel 3:15 we find that Ezekiel dwelt by the river
 
Chebar for seven days bringing us to the 11th day of the fourth month, in the fifth year of king
 
Jehoiachin’s captivity.
 
Now, in Ezekiel 4:1-11 he is given instructions by YHVH to lay on his left side 390 days and when he
 
accomplishes this he is to then lay on his right side 40 days; equaling a total of 430 days. The next time
 
reference in Ezekiel is found in chapter 8:1 where we see that Ezekiel was sitting in his house in the sixth
 
year (of king Jehoiachin’s captivity) on the 5th day of the sixth month. This shows that Ezekiel had
 
finished his instructions given in chapter 4 because he was sitting in his house not lying on either his left
 
or right side. If Ezekiel was using a strictly solar calendar he could not have possibly obeyed YHVH’s
 
instructions by the time reference given in Ezekiel 8:1.
 
From the 11th day of the fourth month, in the fifth year of Jehoiachin (Ezekiel 1:1-2; 2:7; 3:15) to the 5th
 
day of the sixth month in the sixth year of Jehoiachin (Ezekiel 8:1) is only 413 days on a strictly solar
 
calendar, (17 days short). Using 12 lunar months, this accounts for only 403 days—which is 27 days
 
short.) If Ezekiel used a solar-only calendar he disobeyed YHVH. However, had this particular year
 
consisted of 13 months (lunar-solar year) Ezekiel obeyed the instructions from YHVH to the letter as a
 
13th month was 29 days long, giving him plenty of time to lay on his side for the remaining 27 days.
 
Keep in mind that Ezekiel 4:9-10 shows that Ezekiel was told to make enough bread to last him the entire
 
430 days. I have given the solar only people the best possible scenario available, taking for granted that
 
Ezekiel made all this bread in one day, i.e. the 11th day of the fourth month. If we factor in the making of
 
twenty shekels of bread (Ezekiel 4:9-10) for each day on his side, this even further destroys the notion of
 
the strictly solar calendar, because the time span would decrease for the solar only people if it took him
 
longer than one day to make the bread.
 
Furthermore, when you recognize the obvious fact that the scriptural months are lunar, and that the new
 
year is determined by the spring equinox it is a necessity that a 13th month be added approximately every
 
two to three years (7 times in 19 years). If this is not done the festivals will be 11 days shorter every
 
“strictly-solar year” that goes by, placing the festivals out of their seasons in short order. This is exactly
 
what happens with the Muslim calendar which ignores the 13th month. Their festivals travel throughout
 
all seasons of the year.
 
There you have it friends, a thirteenth month located in Scripture. Neither Scripture, nor the math lies.
 
Do the math, read the evidence. The cloud is moving. We need either to follow or be left in the
 
wilderness.
 
  
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Haoyue logo
Title Info
English name Haoyue
Chinese name 葭月
Introduction The lunar calendar in November
Reason The weeds in the winter months will spit out "green heads"
Time Lunar November

Haoyue

  • Haoyue is the name of the lunar calendar in November, because the weeds in the winter months will spit out the "green head", so it is called the moon in November. November is usually called: Haoyue, Winter, Midwinter, Midwinter, Changyue, Haoyue, Longyue.

January

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    Usually called: Zhengyue, Liuyue, Duanyue, Chuyue, Jiayue, Xinyue, Kaisui, Haoyue.
  • The first month: the month of Zhengyang.
  • Liu Yue: The first month of silver willows is inserted into the bottle, which is called Liuyue.
  • Duanyue: refers to the first month of the lunar calendar, the beginning of the year is "positive". Later, Qin Shihuang was in power, and the "political" of "正正" and "嬴政" was homophonic, so the first month was changed to the end of the month. End, top also, is still the beginning of the beginning. The Qin Shihuang name was "political", and the Qin people changed the "positive month" to "the moon".

February

  • Usually called: Xingyue , Zhongchun, Zhongyang, Ruyi, Liyue , Huayue , Zhongyue , Haoyue .
  • Xingyue: In February, the earth spits green, everything springs, and the apricot flower contains cockroaches, so February is crowned with the beautiful name - Xingyue. "February red apricots", also known as apricot.

March

  • Usually called: peach month , spring evening, late spring, Hunchun, silkworm month , upper spring, spring day, silk month, season month, moon , end spring.
  • Tao Yue: March peach powder is shy, also known as peach month. In March, the peach blossoms are blooming, beautiful and fragrant, naturally called "Peach Moon."
  • Spring Festival Evening Spring, Hunchun: March Spring Festival Evening, that is, late spring, Hunchun.
  • Hunchun: that is, the summer calendar is March, or the lunar calendar is March.
  • Silkworm Moon: Summer Calendar March. March is the month of sericulture, so it is called "silkworm moon."
  • Shangchun: refers to Meng Chunzheng.
  • Spring Day: Summer Calendar March.

April

  • Usually called: Haoyue , Meng Xia, first summer, early summer, Yangyue, Maiyue, Meiyuechun, Yueqing and Yuyue.
  • Haoyue: Everything is long and leafy, and the banyan tree is also blooming with yellow-white petals. Some people call it April. April: April is full of branches, also known as Haoyue.

May

  • Usually called : Puyue, Midsummer , Super Summer, Month, Yuyue, Sui, Tianzhong, Midsummer, and Suiyue.
  • Pu Yue: On the fifth day of the Dragon Boat Festival in May, many people hang the calamus and Ai Ye on the door to avoid evil. Therefore, May is also called "Pu Yue".

June

  • Usually called: the lotus , the moon, the moon , the moon , the month, the sun, the heat, the summer, and the month.
  • The moon and the moon: June 3rd is red and hot. Many plants are listless under the scorching heat of the summer. Only the lotus flowers in the lotus pond stand out and are full of energy. Therefore, they are called "Fuyue" or "Heyue Moon".

July

  • Usually called: Qiaoyue , melon month, Lanyue, Lanqiu, Qiuqiu, Xinqiu, Shouqiu, Xiangyue, Mengqiu, early autumn.
  • Qiaoyue: July 7th is the month when Chinese women go to the "Wei Qiao" in the sky, and begged the weavers to make them ingenious. Therefore, July is called "Qiaoyue".

August

  • Usually called: Guiyue, Zhuangyue, Zhongqiu, Mid-Autumn Festival, Zhongshang, Guiqiu, Zhengqiu, Shanglu, Zhuchun.
  • Guiyue, Zhuangyue, and Zhongqiu: In the eighth month of the lunar calendar, there is a tribute to the moon, and the second is a strong moon. It is also called "Zhongqiu".
  • Zhongqiu, Mid-Autumn Festival, Zhongshang, Guiqiu, Zhengqiu, Shanglu: In the folk, people refer to August as Mid-Autumn, Mid-Autumn Festival, Zhongshang, Guiqiu, Zhengqiu, Shanglu according to solar terms, farming, and flowering.
  • Guiyue: August osmanthus is everywhere, also known as Guiyue. The laurel flower blooms in August is a good scene for people to compete for. The name of August is "Guiyue", which is naturally worthy of the name.

September

  • Usually called: late autumn, Qiuqiu, poor autumn, cool autumn, frost merchants, business order, chrysanthemum , season autumn, late autumn, Qiuqiu, Sanqiu, Qi Shang, frost order, decay moon, Xuanyue, Qingnv Yue, San Mengqiu.
  • Late autumn, Qiuqiu, poor autumn, cool autumn, frost merchants, business order: In the folk, according to the solar terms, farming, flowering, etc., September will be called late autumn, autumn, poor autumn, cool autumn, frost merchants, business order.
  • Ju Yue: September Chrysanthemum Olympiad, also known as Ju Yue. In the lunar calendar in September, Wanmu was bleak, and there were fallen leaves. The unique and warm and invigorating chrysanthemum gave people vitality and warmth. "Juyu" was regarded by the world as the name of September.

October

  • Usually called: Yangyue, Yinyue, Xiaoyangchun, Mengdong, early winter , Shangdong, Liangyue, Luyue , winter, winter, and fly .
  • Yangyue: In October, Furong showed Xiaoyang, also known as Yangyue.
  • Yinyue: The reason why it was called "Yinyue" in October is said to have originated from the ancient yin and yang theory. In October, it is necessary to "use pure Yin, and it is suspected of no yang, so it is named."
  • Xiaoyangchun: refers to the lunar calendar in October.
  • Meng Dong: Early winter refers to the lunar calendar in October.

November

  • Usually called: 辜月, 冬月, 中冬, 中冬, 畅月, 葭月, 龙潜月 .
  • Haoyue: In November, it is called "Yueyue". It has the meaning of vomiting new things. Just like the ancients said: "In November, it is sinister, and you want to take the new ones."
  • Winter Moon: Winter Moon Scribbles spit green head, also known as Haoyue.

December

  • Usually called: twelfth lunar month , winter, winter, winter, ice, severe moon, moon, winter, winter, winter, Jiaping, poor festival, star festival.
  • In ancient times, the gods in the lunar calendar were called the wax, so the lunar calendar was called the twelfth lunar month. The twelfth lupine plum spit fragrance, also known as the twelfth lunar month. The twelfth lunar month is December of the lunar calendar. Because it was to be harvested in December, this name was already a household name in the Qin Dynasty.

Story

  • Ezekiel saw more than just a wheel in the sky. He also saw and understood the Creator’s Calendar. A “thirteenth month” is located in Scripture. Naturally.
  • Today, a calendar based on the moon and the sun requires a 13th month approximately every 3 years. Originally it was not so, the lunar and solar cycles were both 360 days. Presently, the lunar year is 11 days shorter than the solar year meaning that after three years, the lunar cycle would be 33 days off, necessitating an additional month. The Hebrews called this month Veadar (meaning “second Adar”).
  • A 13th month is proven from scripture in the inspired book of the prophet Ezekiel. In Ezekiel 1:1-2 we are told that Ezekiel received a vision from YHVH on the 5th day of the fourth month, in the fifth year of king Jehoiachin’s captivity. In Ezekiel 2:7 YHVH again speaks unto Ezekiel telling him to warn Israel concerning their treachery against YHVH. Then in Ezekiel 3:15 we find that Ezekiel dwelt by the river Chebar for seven days bringing us to the 11th day of the fourth month, in the fifth year of king Jehoiachin’s captivity.
  • Now, in Ezekiel 4:1-11 he is given instructions by YHVH to lay on his left side 390 days and when he accomplishes this he is to then lay on his right side 40 days; equaling a total of 430 days. The next time reference in Ezekiel is found in chapter 8:1 where we see that Ezekiel was sitting in his house in the sixth year (of king Jehoiachin’s captivity) on the 5th day of the sixth month. This shows that Ezekiel had finished his instructions given in chapter 4 because he was sitting in his house not lying on either his left or right side. If Ezekiel was using a strictly solar calendar he could not have possibly obeyed YHVH’s instructions by the time reference given in Ezekiel 8:1.
  • From the 11th day of the fourth month, in the fifth year of Jehoiachin (Ezekiel 1:1-2; 2:7; 3:15) to the 5th day of the sixth month in the sixth year of Jehoiachin (Ezekiel 8:1) is only 413 days on a strictly solar calendar, (17 days short). Using 12 lunar months, this accounts for only 403 days—which is 27 days short.) If Ezekiel used a solar-only calendar he disobeyed YHVH. However, had this particular year consisted of 13 months (lunar-solar year) Ezekiel obeyed the instructions from YHVH to the letter as a 13th month was 29 days long, giving him plenty of time to lay on his side for the remaining 27 days.
  • Keep in mind that Ezekiel 4:9-10 shows that Ezekiel was told to make enough bread to last him the entire 430 days. I have given the solar only people the best possible scenario available, taking for granted that Ezekiel made all this bread in one day, i.e. the 11th day of the fourth month. If we factor in the making of twenty shekels of bread (Ezekiel 4:9-10) for each day on his side, this even further destroys the notion of the strictly solar calendar, because the time span would decrease for the solar only people if it took him longer than one day to make the bread.
  • Furthermore, when you recognize the obvious fact that the scriptural months are lunar, and that the new year is determined by the spring equinox it is a necessity that a 13th month be added approximately every two to three years (7 times in 19 years). If this is not done the festivals will be 11 days shorter every “strictly-solar year” that goes by, placing the festivals out of their seasons in short order. This is exactly what happens with the Muslim calendar which ignores the 13th month. Their festivals travel throughout all seasons of the year.
  • There you have it friends, a thirteenth month located in Scripture. Neither Scripture, nor the math lies. Do the math, read the evidence. The cloud is moving. We need either to follow or be left in the wilderness.

Yahweh's Calendar

Solar or Lunar? Erich Matthew Janzen (Revised 4 – 2008) 4101 Haralson Mill Rd. Conyers, GA 30012 770.860.0705 emjanzen@ministersnewcovenant.org NOTE: This article was originally written (8-12-04) for an internet discussion on whether Yahweh’s calendar was solar based or lunar based. It rebuts those of a strictly solar calendar persuasion. I have placed this essay into article form for your consideration and hope it is beneficial to you. There are extremes on both sides of the calendar issue. Some people opt for a total solar calendar, while others opt for a total lunar calendar. If we choose to love Yahweh’s word more than our preconceived biases and prejudices we are forced to believe that the Scriptures speak of a calendar consisting of the sun, moon, and stars. Here are 7 proofs to back up this claim. PROOF #1 In Genesis 1:14-16 we are told that Yahweh made two great lights. We are not told specifically what these two great lights are in the Genesis passage, but we do know that the stars are mentioned (Genesis 1:16). The understanding of the two great lights is seen by examining additional passages in Scripture: Jeremiah 31:35-36 “Thus saith Yahweh, which giveth the sun for a light by day, and the ordinances of the moon and of the stars for a light by night, which divideth the sea when the waves thereof roar; Yahweh of hosts is his name: If those ordinances depart from before me, saith Yahweh, then the seed of Israel also shall cease from being a nation before me for ever.” Psalms 136:7-9 “To him that made great lights: for his mercy endureth for ever: The sun to rule by day: for his mercy endureth for ever: The moon and stars to rule by night: for his mercy endureth for ever.” We thus see through the witness of Scripture that the lights mentioned in Genesis 1:14-16 are the sun and the moon (and even the stars). Not just the sun, and not just the moon, but both. Therefore it is both the sun and the moon that is to “…be for signs, seasons, days, and years…” Both are used in determining the Scriptural calendar. A calendar that does not use one or the other is a purely man-made calendar. For someone to go by such a man-made calendar is vain worship (Matthew 15:9). PROOF #2 The word translated month (most commonly) in the Old Testament is the Hebrew word chodesh. This word is defined by Hebrew Lexicons as follows: Therefore it is both the sun and the moon that is to “…be for signs, seasons, days, and years…” Both are used in determining the Scriptural calendar. A calendar that does not use one or the other is a purely man-made calendar. For someone to go by such a man-made calendar is vain worship (Matthew 15:9).

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