Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Exclusive Material: Where and when did they change original Yom Kippur date?

Let's look at this crime scene of blatant Torah editing by rabbis and see if we can find clues or at least get a picture of what happened, what was changed and when it happened.

The 10th of the 7th month is mentioned in two places:
YLT Num 29:7  'And on the tenth of this seventh month a holy convocation ye have, and ye have humbled your souls; ye do no work; 
YLT Lv 23:27  'Only--on the tenth of this seventh month is a day of atonements; ye have a holy convocation, and ye have humbled yourselves, and have brought near a fire-offering to Jehovah; 
YLT Lv 23:32 It is a sabbath of rest to you, and ye have humbled yourselves in the ninth of the month at even; from evening till evening ye do keep your sabbath.'
YLT Lv 25:9 and thou hast caused a trumpet of shouting to pass over in the seventh month, in the tenth of the month; in the day of the atonements ye do cause a trumpet to pass over through all your land; 
As you can see, the text was changed in three places. As usual, only one word was changed. The rest of the text appears to be original and unchanged. So, how it should look like to make sense? Like so:

YLT Num 29:7  'And on the eighth of this seventh month a holy convocation ye have, and ye have humbled your souls; ye do no work;  
YLT Lv 23:27  'Only--on the eighth of this seventh month is a day of atonements; ye have a holy convocation, and ye have humbled yourselves, and have brought near a fire-offering to Jehovah;  
YLT Lv 23:32 It is a sabbath of rest to you, and ye have humbled yourselves in the seventh of the month at even; from evening till evening ye do keep your sabbath.'
YLT Lv 25:9 and thou hast caused a trumpet of shouting to pass over in the seventh month, in the eighth of the month; in the day of the atonements ye do cause a trumpet to pass over through all your land;

This is how correct text should look like. As you can see, rabbis were very sneaky in changing the text, so always use logic and critical analysis to make conclusion about the Torah. DO NOT RELY ON THE TEXT ALONE !!!

Now, when it was changed? My Trilinear Pentateuch shows that MT=SP=DSS. I've also checked Kennicott and I did not find any traces there either. This means that this change occurred before 2nd Temple Period. Most likely during Babylonian exile. Number 10 has huge meaning in Babylonian culture and in Rabbinic Temple culture, so it is not surprising that they chose this date, which is absolutely meaningless from Written Torah perspective. 

Also, as you can notice from Lev 23:32 and Lev 25:9, these verses were definitely changed to hide the original Shabbat system and support incorrect Babylonian-Pharisaic dogma of 7th day Shabbat.

There is a theory that states that Pharisees did not want goyim (nations/gentiles) to have the Written Torah, so they have intentionally changed the scrolls before the destruction of the 1st Temple. However, even once gentiles had Septuagint it was already too late so they did not have a correct copy either. Not to mention that Pharisees continued to make changes to the Torah text that can be seen by comparing any modern Masoretic Torah scroll with original greek Septuagint. So sometimes even translation can help us restore the truth. 

As I said, one of my arguments against the 10th is the reason for the date. The 10th is not significant and nothing really happened on the 10th in the Torah. 

The 8th, however, is significant. As you can see from Yom Kippur description, even from the verses quoted above, Yom Kippur is the Holy Meeting and the Shabbat Shabbaton, so it has gotta fall on one of the major Moon phases, it has gotta have a sign since it is a very special day. Since the only available Moon phase in the 7th month is the 8th, we have no choice to admit that the 8th is the correct date. Look at the moon on the 8th and on the 10th. What makes more sense to make a Yom Kippur date?!? Of'course the 8th!

Also, if you search the Torah text for the word "eighth", you will notice that the 8th day has direct connection with sin-offerings and cleansing from sin. So as you can see the 8th seem to be correct date for Yom Kippur.

So, once again, DO NOT TRUST THE TEXT ALONE !!! It may mislead you. The text as we have it is most certainly corrupted so use logic and common sense when reading the Written Torah.

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