Beyt Ephraim






Having thus determined that a year has 12 months which consist of 30 days, I would like to bring in calendars that I have drawn up. I must state that for some time I questioned myself as to the days of a month. That questioning led me to check for myself the validity of the days of a month. Based upon that, I decided that I had to make my observations known. I have heard about the equinox calendar, but did not have the pleasure of researching it. I was also informed that it was incorrect to use such calendar. When researching this study I had the pleasure of looking at an equinox calendar. It did give insight into how they have set out their months and days. They use a 30, 30, 31day month. This information is based on the book of Enoch.

As mentioned in the first page of this study I thought that this was the way to go. Yet during the drafting of this study I have come to the realisation that the calendar used in scripture differs slightly. The calendar in scripture uses a 30 month day and it is this count that I am using until proven otherwise. Therefore this study is not based on an equinox teaching but rather on observations from scripture. With that in mind I would like to at this point in time introduce three calendars.

The first calendar starts with the count of the year on day one of creation, see Creation Calendar and is known as the creation calendar

The second calendar starts with the count of the year on the 4th day and is known as the Qumran calendar or Enoch calendar. See Qumran Calendar 

The third calendar starts with count of the year on day 4 and is the scriptural calendar. See Scripture Calendar and is the one that I use.

“s” in the calendar indicates seasonal change.

“wk” indicates weeks of the year.

“x” indicates extra days – does not reflect in the Qum Cal.

All three calendars look alike but are different. At this point in time I use the one that is closely connected to the scriptures keeping or reckoning of time. This one would be that which gives the day count as given by Noah.


I might add at this point that the Qumran calendar is my understanding of that calendar and I have drawn it up as I understand it. It is not authentic but my representation of it.

How then do we understand the dates in scripture and how do these dates reflect on these calendars? This will be dealt in a further study.

For now this will suffice.

 Here is a view of the scriptural calendar.


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