The Book of Jubilees: The Torah Calendar eBook - Book - Page 249
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hundred and sixty-four days only, and for this reason they will go wrong as to the new
moons and seasons and sabbaths and festivals, and they will eat all kinds of blood
with all kinds of flesh.
Even in the days of Moses, it was known that a new calendar would be launched
and observed even in Israel that would “go wrong” by following the lunar calendar
in error. The truly amazing thing is when one researches the cycle of the full moon
it is 29.5 days.  Follow the math on this and half a day is lost every month
thus there is not a single month in which the moon is an accurate measure. In 12
months this is off 6 days and then add the extra day at the end of each quarter
for a total of 10 days too soon just as Jubilees documents in accurate science. In
the year 2020 alone, a quick assessment shows this lunar cycle does in fact disrupt
even the weekly Sabbath cycle 22 times in 52 weeks. That is not even close.
We are aware this represents a change in thinking today, but understand this is
the ancient mindset – the one that follows the Bible. For instance, we have heard
many times that the only measure in all of scripture is the Creation account
which says it is evening it was morning the first day and so on. However, are
we even reading the rest of the account or even the first day and especially all
of scripture in attempting to determine such? Most do not including scholars
who just follow Rabbi babble called leaven by Messiah. They were not following
Jubilees, the Torah Calendar even then. Therefore, when a scholar says “ancient
Rabbis say...” insert Pharisees and don’t be deceived. The teachers of scripture in
Biblical terms were the Aaronic Priests who did not refer to themselves as Rabbis.
Matthew 23:8-12 clarifies we are to call no man Rabbi nor Father nor Master.
It is almost as if Messiah knew what we would be dealing with today. First, let’s
review the Creation account in Jubilees.
And on the fourth day He created the sun [1st] and the moon and the stars, and set
them in the firmament of the heaven, to give light upon all the earth, and to rule over
the day and the night, and divide the light from the darkness. And God appointed the
sun to be a great sign on the earth for days and for sabbaths and for months and for
feasts and for years and for sabbaths of years and for jubilees and for all seasons of
The sun was created as the measure for the day, sabbath (week), month and
year. There is no way around that but the question remains, does scripture agree
or does it actually propagate a lunar calendar. Clearly this Creation account does
not and we will end this section with the Genesis account to clarify. Enoch agrees.