© by Ruchama Shirley Amariel in the Library of Congress, April 1994. Copyright number VA 650-103.
THE CALENDAR DESIGN
This calendar is designed by the order of the days of the sun and moon, as Enoch order us to do to count the months (I Enoch 72.) On this
calendar there are two types of colored numbers used to help you understand how to read the calendar. First, are the red numbers that display the Gregorian days from January to December, by the days of the year. The second is the black numbers that show the lunar days used.
1. The Hebrew year is in the upper lefthand corner in the color blue.
2. The Jubilee year is in the upper righthand corner in the color blue.
3. The names of the Hebrew months (that are in Hebrew words) are in center on the calendar in the color red.
4. The number of the Gregorian year is in the upon center in the color black with the names of the Roman months on the right and left sides.
5. The Hebrew names of the days (in Hebrew words from day one to the Sabbath) are in the color black across the calendar and read from right to left.
6. The Roman names of the days (from Sunday to Saturday) are in red and are also to be read from right to left.
7. The names of the Hebrew months within the Hebrew calendar are written in English and in the color purple.
8. The Hebrew number of the lunar days of the month are to be read from right to left and are positioned in the upper lefthand corner in the color black.
9. The Gregorian number of the solar days on the calendar are also read from right to left, yet are positioned in the lower lefthand corner in the color red.
10. Major holy days are in BOLD black words on the calendar, but minor events and memorial days are in small black words on this calendar.
THE PURPOSE OF THIS CALENDAR IS TO GIVE YOU A GENERAL IDEA OF THE TIME AND THE DAYS OF THE NEW (MOONS) AND THE HOLY DAYS. HOWEVER, IN ANCIENT TIMES ALL NEW (MOONS) WERE BY OBSERVATION. To see our sighting of the current New (moons) Click Here! and also view the Sabbath and Jubilee years.
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