ENOCH CALENDAR - The Book of Enoch Reveals The Enoch Calendar

Enoch Shows The Priestly Calendar Of Yah El


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Zechariah 8:19 Thus saith YHWH of Hosts; the Fast of the Fourth Month, and the Fast of the First, and the Fast of the Seventh, and the Fast of the Tenth, shall be within Judea joy and gladness and cheerful meetings; therefore love the truth and peace.

Zechariah 8:22 And there shall come many peoples and many nations to seek after the face of YHWH Almighty in Jerusalem, and to ATONE in front of YHWH.

Zechariah 7:3-7 Ask the priests of the house of YHWH of hosts and the prophets, "Should I Mourn and Fast in the First month, as I have done for so many years?" 4 Then the word of YHWH of hosts came to me; 5 "Say to all the people of the land and the priests, When you Fasted and Mourned in the First month and in the Seventh, for these seventy years, was it for me that you Fasted? 6 And when you eat and when you drink, do you not eat for yourselves and drink for yourselves? 7 When Jerusalem was inhabited and in prosperity, with her cities round about her, and the South and the lowland were inhabited, were not these the words which YHWH proclaimed by the former prophets?

Joshua 3:5 Then Joshua said to the people, “Sanctify Yourselves,” for tomorrow YHWH will do wonders among you.

Joshua 4:7 Say that the waters of Jordan were cut off, before the ark of the covenant of YHWH went over the Jordan; When the waters of the Jordan were cut off, it was established as Memorial for the children of Israel For Ever.

Joshua 4:19 The people came up out of the Jordan on the Tenth Day of the First Month, and they camped in Gilgal on the east border of Jericho.

Jasher 88:10 And the people went up from Jordan on the Tenth Day of the First Month, and they encamped in Gilgal at the eastern corner of Jericho.

*Zechariah 7:3, 7:5, & 8:19 have transcription errors that occurred in the translation of the Septuagint text. The word “First” in Greek is “protos,” (pro-tos), but was transcribed as "pemptos," (pemp-tos), "Fifth" and the error was carried forward to the Masoretic Text.