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Abram covenant

430 years of full moons
as new moons.

In this segment, we bring together two Biblical incidents that clearly show that the full moon is the new moon. We hope that these scriptures will confirm in your mind, as they have in ours, how Scripture definitely depicts a new moon as a full moon.

 

Before we begin, we would like to express our gratitude to Ken Alder of thecalendarandthecovenant.com, who discovered this material in early 2013. Thank you for sharing this fantastic find with the rest of the world.

The story most try to hide.

The story most try to hide.
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La historia oculta.
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There are two time-related highlights to consider.

 

1) The 430-year-old covenant made with Abram.

 

2) The first Passover takes place 430 years later, on the exact same day.

 

These two events together demonstrate that it is the full moon, which is the new moon.

 

Passover happened on the evening of the 14th day of the first month, according to the Torah. The only thing that needs to be specified is the moon phase on the 15th day of the month, Passover, or at the beginning of the month.

 

Our Father stated to Moses, "This month shall be unto you the beginning of months; it shall be the first month of the year to you." Exodus 12:1-2. Moses is being shown the beginning of the year in great detail.

 

Why at this particular time? Why bring up the beginning of a month and year at this time?

A bit here, a little there? We believe so.

 

Yahuah commands Moses to address the entire population of Israel, teaching them that "in the tenth day of this first month of the year, they shall take to them every man a lamb, according to the house of their fathers, a lamb for a house." They are essentially preparing for the forthcoming Exodus, which will occur in a matter of days.

 

Yahuah told them to remove a lamb without blemish, a male of the first year, from the sheep or goats and keep it safe until the fourteenth day of the same month.

This is where timing becomes crucial: On the evening of the 14th of the first month of the year, when the Heavenly Father had just spoken to Moses about when a year begins, Moses tells the entire people of Israel to prepare it.

 

Since the beginning.

Let us start with the first of two events. It is the agreement with Abram, made exactly 430 years before the first Passover.

First passover

Genesis 12:1-3

"Go yourself out of your land, from your relatives, and from your father's house, to a land which I show you," Yahuah stated to Abraham. And I will create you a large country, bless you, and magnify your name, and you will be a blessing! And I will bless those who bless you while cursing those who curse you. And all the clans of the world will be blessed through you."

 

On the 15th of the first month of the year, Abraham and Yahuah formed their covenant. What evidence do we have? To-The-Very-Same-Day, there were exactly 430 lunar-solar years from the 15th of the first month of the year when Passover occurred. This is quite intriguing.

430 years of full moons

Something we must comprehend.

Is the Gregorian calendar and the Abrams Day luni-solar calendar the same? NO!

 

Consider the occasion of a birthday.

If your birthday is on June 3 and falls on a Wednesday this year, it may fall on a Monday or a Friday the following year, according to the Gregorian calendar. It has nothing natural about it. Constantine abolished the natural lunar calendar for all of humanity.

 

If, on the other hand, you were born on the third day of the second lunar month, your birthday would be on the third day of the second lunar month the following year and every year after that. A natural calendar is the lunar-solar calendar.

 

In 1582, Rome removed ten days from their calendars but did not change the order of scheduled days. You get the picture.

 

It is critical to remember this whenever you hear the phrase "to the very same day."

 

 

Reading further concerning the covenant with Abraham.

 

Genesis 15:17,18

And it came to be, when the sun went down and it was dark, that see, like a smoking oven and a burning torch passing between those pieces. On the same day Yahuah made a covenant with Abraham, “I have given this land to your seed, from the river of Mitsrayim to the great river.

Yahuah formed the covenant with Abraham on a night as dark as a smoking oven.

The new covenant applies to all spiritual children of Abraham, as Abraham is the father of those who believe in and obey Yahuah's ways. It was quite dark, according to verse 17. The Hebrew translation is "thick darkness."

Some will argue that the 15th of that month was a full moon and that the pillar of fire was, in fact, Yahuah. We are convinced that the pillar of fire led the Israelites out because the moon was not shining, a dark moon, as the text states, "it was very dark."

The day of the exodus.

Exodus 12:40-42,

And the sojourn of the children of Yisra’el who lived in Mitsrayim was four hundred and thirty years. 41 And it came to be at the end of the four hundred and thirty years, on that same day all the divisions of Yahuah went out from the land of Mitsrayim. 42 It is a night of watches unto Yahuah for bringing them out of the land of Mitsrayim. This is that night of watches unto Yahuah, for all the children of Yisra’el throughout their generations.

 

In conclusion.

"Even the selfsame day it came to pass," which means that the heavens were gloomy in the same way 430 years prior on the exact same lunar day, the exact same lunar phase of that lunar month. It appears that Scripture has provided us with the solution to this problem.

The institution of the Passover begins in Exodus 12:43.

According to Scripture, when Yahuah made the covenant with Abram 430 years ago, prior to the first Passover, the night of that occasion was inky, like the smoke from a furnace. Very gloomy!

 

The first Passover happened on a lunar-solar calendar 430 years later. This means that for the past 430 years and every year after, including the first Passover, the evening of the 15th of the first month had the same degree of light, a dark moon. How? Because of the consistency of the moon phase across each of those years at that exact time. We cannot disagree with Scripture, which declares this to be true and correct.

 

Let us compare Rome's Easter to Passover for a moment. There are two pieces of evidence. Despite the Vatican's connection to the first Sunday following the first full moon after the equinox, the "same-named day" is impossible and stays unrelated to any of its own pagan-named days. Every year, the pagan Roman feast falls on a different day.

When is Rome's Easter each year?

The Paschal Full Moon occurs on a recurrent sequence of 19 occasions between March 21 and April 18, according to the Metonic cycle. Because Easter occurs on the Sunday after the Paschal Full Moon, it might occur on any date between March 22 and April 25. (Timeanddate.com)

 

You cannot blend good and evil, natural and unnatural, and expect natural results.

 

Only two naturals are capable of producing natural effects.

 

The ensuing evil is the outcome of two evils.

 

Evil and good cannot coexist.

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