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The Creation Calendar shows Hebrew
Months which begin at each new moon.
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the corresponding Hebrew Month, OR
a Hebrew Month and Gregorian year.

 

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Isaiah 53 from the Aleppo Codex

The last Sabbath of Unleavened Bread begins Sunday evening, April 20, 2014 C.E. on the Creation Calendar.

Current Omer Count is
Omer Day 2
Shavuot begins on Tuesday evening, June 3, 2014 C.E. on the Creation Calendar.
Yom Teruah begins on Thursday evening, September 25, 2014 C.E. on the Creation Calendar.
Yom Kippur begins on Saturday evening, October 4, 2014 C.E. on the Creation Calendar.
The first Sabbath of Sukkot begins on Thursday evening, October 9, 2014 C.E. on the Creation Calendar.
Shemini Atzeret begins on Thursday evening, October 16, 2014 C.E. on the Creation Calendar.

Psalms 90:12

A Prayer of Moses,

the man of Elohim.

The Creation Calendar

The Creation Calendar is the 7000 year framework of time, integral to the design of the universe.  יהושע the Messiah has determined to perfect the universe within 7000 years. The universe contains seven 1000 year periods called millennia. A millennium contains 20 Jubilee Cycles where each cycle lasts 50 years.  יהוה told Noah in Genesis 6:3 that after 120 Jubilee Years, or 6000 years, He would no longer strive with mortal man. At the end of the sixth millennium  יהושע the Messiah will grant the gift of eternal life - the Age of Life to all who believe and obey Him.

The precise movements of the earth and moon together with the words of Elohim reveal the truth of the universe. His Creation Calendar is perfectly synchronized to these precise movements. The Spirit of Truth has been given to lead and guide mankind into all truth. Daniel said in Daniel 12:4 that knowledge would increase. Man now understands the precise movements of the heavenly bodies better than ever before. As Genesis 1:14 says, the sun and moon were created for signs, appointed times, days and years - the wisdom is to correctly use them for their created purpose, in order to understand the 7000 Year Plan of  יהושע the Messiah.

Those who believe and obey  יהושע the Messiah are instructed by Him to watch for His return (Matthew 24:42). The servants of Elohim who are watching when the Master returns are called blessed by  יהושע the Messiah (Luke 12:37, Revelation 16:15). The Scriptures say five times that  יהושע the Messiah will come as a thief (1 Thessalonians 5:2-4, 2 Peter 3:10, Revelation 3:3, 16:15). However, He will only come as a thief to those who are not watching (1 Thessalonians 5:4-6, Revelation 3:3). This site has been designed to assist those who are watching.

What Time is it Now?

Determining
the Hebrew
Hour

Hebrew Hours are based on the time between sunrise and sunset. Watch the sun moving across the sky at Jerusalem.

Local Sunset Times

Determining
The Hebrew
Day

Find out when a Hebrew Day begins and ends
at your location.

New Moon Sightings

Determining
the Hebrew
Month

See what the new moon will look like in Jerusalem for any Hebrew Month in history.

The Creator's Clock

Determining
the Hebrew
Year

Locate positions of the earth and the moon for any day in history. See how the Rule of the Equinox decides Hebrew Years.

Ancient Origins

The Creation Calendar is the restored calendar of  יהוה which was in use for the first 4000 years of mankind's history. This calendar was observed by the patriarchs who lived before the flood including Adam, Seth, Enoch and Noah. The descendants of Noah after the flood also used it including Shem, Abraham, Sarah, Isaac, Rebecca, Jacob, Leah, Rachel, Joseph, Moses, Joshua, Ruth and Samuel. Great kings have used it including David and Solomon and their descendants. The prophets of  יהוה have observed it including Elijah, Elisha, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Daniel, Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah and Malachi. After the Babylonian captivity, Ezra, Nehemiah and Esther used it.  יהושע the Messiah and His emissaries followed it including John, Peter, James, Jude, Matthew, Mark, Luke and Paul.

Signs in the Heavens

Elohim says in Genesis 1:14-19, that the primary purpose for which He created the greater light and the lesser light on the fourth day of the physical universe was for signs which are New Moons and solar and lunar eclipses. The first eclipse that ever occurred after the sun and moon were created was a Penumbral Lunar Eclipse (LNN) on Thursday, February 15, 3985 B.C.E. on the proleptic Julian Calendar on Yom Ham-i-shi on Day 14, Month 11, Year 1 on the Creation Calendar. The last eclipse that will occur before the Great White Throne Judgment in The World to Come is a Penumbral Lunar Eclipse (LNN) on Friday, January 27, 3015 C.E. on the Gregorian Calendar on Yom Shi-shi on Day 29, Month 10, Year 7000 on the Creation Calendar.

In Matthew 16:1-4,  יהושע the Messiah criticized people in His day who could not discern the signs of the times. He also said in Luke 21:25-28, that there would be signs in the sun, and in the moon and in the stars shortly before the Son of Man would come. The elect of Elohim should now be paying attention to the signs in the heavens. In Luke 1:5-17, the angel Gabriel told Zacharias that he would have a son named John who would come in the spirit and power of Elijah to turn the hearts of the fathers to the children. The elect should be watching to see if  יהוה will send Elijah to turn the hearts of the children to the fathers as a final fulfillment of the prophecy in Malachi 4:5-6. The elect should also be watching for Elijah to come first and restore all things according to the word of  יהושע the Messiah in Matthew 17:10-13.

7000 Year Canon of
Lunar Eclipses

7000 Year Canon of
Lunar Eclipse Tetrads

7000 Year Canon of
Solar Eclipses




Hebrews 10:24-25

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