Calendar.pdf

 

 Zadokim - Bet haMikdash - Migdal - Bnei Zadok - עברית

 

Date Weekday Day Month Biblical Feast
30.3.2022 Wednesday 1. 1. New Month - Start of the First Quarter
6.4.2022 Wednesday 8. 1. Feast of the Priests’ Investiture: Leviticus 8 - 9, Ezekiel 43

12.4.2022

Tuesday

14.

1.

Passover

13.4.2022

Wednesday

15.

1.

Feast of the Unleavened Bread: 7 Days

24.4.2022

Sunday

26.

1.

Feast of the First Barley

29.4.2022

Friday

1.

2.      

New Month

12.5.2022 Thursday 14. 2. Second Passover

29.5.2022

Sunday

1.

3.

New Month

12.6.2022

Sunday

15.

3.

Feast of the First Wheat - Shavuot

29.6.2022

Wednesday

1.

4.

New Month - Start of the Second Quarter

29.7.2022

Friday

1.

5.

New Month

31.7.2022

Sunday

3.

5.

Feast of the First Wine

28.8.2022

Sunday

1.

6.

New Month

18.9.2022

Sunday

22.

6.

Feast of the First Olive Oil

19.9.2022

Monday

23.

6.

Feast of the Offerings of Wood: 6 Days

28.9.2022

Wednesday

1.

7.

New Month - Start of the Third Quarter

7.10.2022

Friday

10.

7.

Day of Atonement

12.10.2022

Wednesday

15.

7.

Feast of Booths: 7 Days

28.10.2022

Friday

1.

8.

New Month

27.11.2022

Sunday

1.

9.

New Month

28.12.2022

Wednesday

1.

10.

New Month - Start of the Fourth Quarter

27.1.2023

Friday

1.

11.

New Month

26.2.2023

Sunday

1.

12.

New Month

29.3.2023 Wednesday 1. 1. New Month - Start of the First Quarter
27.3.2024 Wednesday 1. 1.

- See table! -

The year starts on Wednesday, the lights were created, after the vernal equinox day. Each quarter is built of 30 day month + 30 day month + 31 day month, that way each quarter starts on Wednesday. Months 1,4,7,10 start on Wednesday, 2,5,8,11 start on Friday, 3,6,9,12 always start on Sunday:

Weekday

Months 1,4,7,10

Months 2,5,8,11

Months 3,6,9,12

Sunday

  5

12

19

26

 

3

10

17

24 1 8 15 22 29

Monday

  6

13

20

27

 

4

11

18

25 2 9 16 23 30

Tuesday

  7 14

21

28

 

5

12

19

26 3 10 17 24 31

Wednesday

1

8 15

22

29

 

6

13

20

27 4 11 18 25  

Thursday

2

9 16

23

30

 

7

14

21

28 5 12 19 26  

Friday

3

10 17

24

 

1

8

15

22

29 6 13 20 27  

Saturday

4

11 18

25

 

2

9

16

23

30 7 14 21 28  
Shabbat No. I II III IV   V VI VII VIII IX X XI XII XIII  

In the Sabbatical Year, one week is added after the seventh month, and every 28 years, 2 weeks are added: Page 8

"On the first day of the first month, and on the first day of the fourth month, and on the first day of the seventh month, and on the first day of the tenth month are the days of remembrance, and the days of the seasons in the four divisions of the year. These are written and ordained as a testimony for ever. And Noah ordained them for himself as feasts for the generations for ever, so that they have become thereby a memorial unto him. And on this account he ordained them for himself as feasts for a memorial for ever, and thus are they ordained. And they placed them on the heavenly tablets, each had thirteen weeks. And all the days of the commandment will be two and fifty weeks of days, and (these will make) the entire year complete. Thus it is engraved and ordained on the heavenly tablets. And there is no neglecting (this commandment) for a single year or from year to year. And command thou the children of Israel that they observe the years according to this reckoning - three hundred and sixty-four days, and (these) will constitute a complete year, and they will not disturb its time from its days and from its feasts; for everything will fall out in them according to their testimony, and they will not leave out any day nor disturb any feasts. But if they do neglect and do not observe them according to His commandment, then they will disturb all their seasons and the years will be dislodged from this (order), [and they will disturb the seasons and the years will be dislodged] and they will neglect their ordinances. And all the children of Israel will forget and will not find the path of the years, and will forget the new months, and seasons, and sabbaths and they will go wrong as to all the order of the years. For I know and from henceforth will I declare it unto thee, and it is not of my own devising; for the book (lies) written before me, and on the heavenly tablets the division of days is ordained, lest they forget the feasts of the covenant and walk according to the feasts of the Gentiles after their error and after their ignorance. For there will be those who will assuredly make observations of the moon - how (it) disturbs the seasons and comes in from year to year ten days too soon. For this reason the years will come upon them when they will disturb (the order), and make an abominable (day) the day of testimony, and an unclean day a feast day, and they will confound all the days, the holy with the unclean, and the unclean day with the holy; for they will go wrong as to the months and sabbaths and feasts and jubilees. For this reason I command and testify to thee that thou mayst testify to them; for after thy death thy children will disturb (them), so that they will not make the year three hundred and sixty-four days only, and for this reason they will go wrong as to the new months and seasons and sabbaths and festivals." Book of Jubilees 6

Who Wrote the Dead Sea Scrolls and Why Were They Forgotten?

The Sacred Solar Calendar

All these manifestations of the controversy may be summarized as follows. On the one hand was a deterministic perception of time, of heavenly origin, bound up with the cyclic laws of nature as reflected in a fixed solar calendar whose festivals fell not only on fixed dates of the month but also on fixed days of the week, a calendar maintained unchanged by angels and priests who attested to its divine origin, recording its heavenly character in their written documents and declaring, as it were, "It is in the heavens". On the other was a perception of time dependent on variable, human decisions, governed by observations made by ordinary mortals, as reflected in a changeable, lunar calendar, maintained by leaders who derived their authority from the people as a whole, by a court which heard testimony from any witness, took terrestrial interests and the good of the Community into considerations, and invoked, as a crucial principle, "It is not in the heavens". (Page 41)

The affinity between the holy angels, the heavenly  guardians of the Covenant, and the earthly guardians of the Covenant in the Community is conditional upon strict observance of the sabbath, as we learn from Jubilees, which lays emphasis on the sacred seven-based pattern; and on strict observance of the commandments and the festivals – appointed times – all of which are closely bound up with sanctity, puritiy, cessation of routine activity, and the maintenance of the sacred service as dictated by the calendar of weeks, that is, the solar calendar. These conditions are essential for the Community to be defined as yahad, a 'togetherness' or commonalty of priests and angels, joint guardians of the Covenant of sabbaths and appointed times, of sacred lore, and of a cultic and liturgical order common to heavenly and earthly beings, set out in an eternal sequence based on the weeks, sabbaths, and festivals of the solar calendar. (Rachel Elior: "The Three Temples", Page 182)

11QPs, XXVII, 2 - 11:

David son of Jesse was wise and brilliant like the light of the sun; (he was) a scribe, intelligent and perfect in all his ways before God and men. And YHWH gave him an intelligent and brilliant spirit, and he wrote 3,600 psalms [ten psalms each day, the number of days being the number of months in a year times the number of days in a month, 12 x 30 = 360] and 364 songs to sing before the altar for the daily perpetual sacrifice, for all the days of the [solar] year; and 52 songs for the Sabbath offerings [364 divided by 7 gives 52, the number of weeks or sabbaths in a year, which are divided into four seasons of thirteen sabbaths each, for which the Songs of the Sabbath Sacrifice were composed]; and 30 songs for the offerings for the beginnings of months, for all the festivals and for the Day of Atonement [12 first days of months plus 18 days of the seven festivals or appointed times, according to the list of festivals in Leviticus]. In all, the songs which he uttered were 446, and 4 songs to make music on the intercalary days [Heb. peguim, designating the four 'extra' days added to the 360 to mark the changes of season and to make up the full solar year]. In all, they were 4,050. All these he uttered through prophecy which was given him from before the Most High. (Rachel Elior: "The Three Temples", Page 261)

Sabbath Observance Morning to Morning:

Shemaryahu Talmon here proposes to further buttres his hitherto published theory that, in accordance with the 364-day solar calendar year to which they adhered, the Covenanters observed the Sabbath from Saturday morning to Sunday morning. Like in biblical literature and Jubilees (chaps. 2 and 50), in documents from Qumran the Sabbath is exclusively referred to by the terms, שבת,יום (ה)שבת,(עצם) היום הזה  and so on, without any mention whatsoever of, ערב שבת 'the eve of the Sabbath'. It is shown that this 'extension of the Sabbath' was presumably geared to the introduction of the lunar calendar in Israel after the return from the Babylonian Exile, no later than the second half of the fifth century BCE. The discussion culminates with comparison of the term למשכים (CD 10:19), which defines the ending of the Sabbath as 'the next morning', found in a proscription in the Sabbath Pericope, preserved only in the Cairo Genizah version of CD, with the term, למחשיך  'at nightfall', in almost identical statutes of rabbinic halakhah. The conclusion that the Covenanters observed the Sabbath from morning to morning is further supported by the partly restored term [אחר השבת] in an adjacent statute in the Sabbath Pericope (end of 1. 20), which is a prominent designation of Sunday in calendrical works from Qumran. These findings buttress an earlier suggestion that the medieval scribe 'emended' the original reading of the superscription of the Sabbath Pericope from ביום השבת to אל יעש איש מלאכה ביום הששי

Sons of Zadok - Importance of Qumran

The Gates of Righteousness

Dated Events in the Hebrew Scriptures

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According to the priestly tradition, this was the calendar brought by Enoch ben Jared from heaven, and it was the calendar used in the temple from the days of David and Solomon until the days of the scroll owners (Page 9):

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2022 

2023 

 

2024 

2025 

2026 

2027 

2028 

Shmita 

 

 

2029 

2030 

2031 

 

2032 

2033 

2034 

2035 

Shmita 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2036 

2037 

2038 

2039 

 

2040 

2041 

2042 

Shmita 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2043 

 

2044 

2045 

2046 

2047 

 

2048 

2049 

Shmita 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2050 

2051 

 

2052 

2053 

2054 

2055 

2056 

Shmita 


 

 

2057 

2058 

2059 


 

2060 

2061 

2062 

2063 

Shmita 


 


 


 


 


 


 

 


 


 

2064 

2065 

2066 

2067 


 

2068 

2069 

2070 

Shmita 


 


 


 


 

 


 


 


 

2071 


 

2072 

2073 

2074 

2075 


 

2076 

2077 

Shmita 


 


 

 


 


 


 


 


 

2078 

2079 


 

2080 

2081 

2082 

2083 

2084 

Shmita 


 

 

2085 

2086 

2087 


 

2088 

2089 

2090 

2091 

Shmita 


 


 


 


 


 


 

 


 


 

2092 

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2096 

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2098 

Shmita 


 


 


 

1.1. 

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4.4.

3.4.

2.4.

1.4.

31.3.

30.3.

29.3.

28.3.

27.3.

26.3.

25.3.

24.3.

22.3.

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11.4.

10.4.

9.4.

8.4.

7.4.

6.4.

5.4.

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16.4.

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9.4.

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28.4.

27.4.

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25.4.

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1.5.

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2.6.

1.6.

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30.5.

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16.6.

15.6.

14.6.

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30.6.

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1.8.

31.7.

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1.8.

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10.10.

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6.10.

5.10.

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1.10.

29.9.

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16.10.

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11.10.

10.10.

9.10.

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6.10.

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2.11.

1.11.

31.10.

30.10.

29.10.

28.10.

27.10.

26.10./2.11.

25.10.

24.10./31.10.

23.10.

22.10./29.10.

3.11.

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2.12.

1.12.

30.11.

29.11.

28.11.

27.11.

26.11.

25.11./2.12.

24.11.

23.11./30.11.

22.11.

21.11./28.11.

3.12.

1.10. 

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2.1.

1.1.

31.12.

30.12.

29.12.

28.12.

27.12.

26.12./2.1.

25.12.

24.12./31.12.

23.12.

22.12./29.12.

3.1.

1.11. 

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1.2.

31.1.

30.1.

29.1.

28.1.

27.1.

26.1.

25.1./1.2.

24.1.

23.1./30.1.

22.1.

21.1./28.1.

2.2.

1.12. 

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3.3.

2.3.

29.2./1.3.

28.2.

27.2.

26.2.

25.2.

24.2./2.3.

23.2.

22.2./1.3.

21.2.

20.2./27.2.

4.3.

And this shall happen: on every first day of the Month and on every Sabbath, all flesh shall come to bow in worship before Me, saith YHWH: Isaiah 66: 23