Friday, January 26, 2018

A simple explanation of Yom Kippur contradiction

I figured that I need to provide a simplified explanation of Yom Kippur issue because it seems to me that very few understand what is going on. So here it is...

THIS
CLV Lv 16:29 It will come to be for you as an eonian statute: in the seventh month on the tenth of the month you shall humble your souls, and no work at all shall you do, the native or the sojourner sojourning in your midst. 
CLV Lv 23:27 Then on the tenth of this seventh month, it is the day of propitiatory shelters. It shall be a holy meeting for you, and you will humble your souls and bring near a fire offering to Yahuah. 
CLV Lv 23:32 It is a sabbath of cessation for you, and you will humble your souls. On the ninth day of the month in the evening, from evening until evening shall you cease for your sabbath. 
CLV Lv 25:9 Then you will make the trumpet blast pass over all your land in the seventh month on the tenth of the month. On the day of propitiatory shelters you shall make the trumpet pass over all your land. 
CLV Num 29:7 On the tenth of this seventh month you shall come to have a holy meeting, and you will humble your souls; you shall do no work at all.
CONTRADICTS THIS
CLV Gn 1:14 And saying is the Elohim,  "Become shall luminaries in the atmosphere of the heavens, to give light on the earth, to separate between the day and the night. And they come to be for signs and for appointments, and for days and years." 
CLV Lv 23:2 Speak to the sons of Israel and say to them, The appointed seasons of Yahuah, those which you shall proclaim holy meetings; My appointed seasons, they are these: 
CLV Num 28:2 Instruct the sons of Israel and say to them: My approach present, My bread for My fire offerings, My fragrant odor shall you observe to bring near to Me at its appointed time. 
CLV Lv 23:24 Speak to the sons of Israel, saying, In the seventh month on day one of the month there shall be a cessation for you with a memorial trumpet blasting, a holy meeting. 
CLV Lv 23:25 You shall do no occupational work at all and shall bring near a fire offering to Yahuah. 
CLV Lv 23:27 Then on the tenth of this seventh month, it is the day of propitiatory shelters. It shall be a holy meeting for you, and you will humble your souls and bring near a fire offering to Yahweh. 
CLV Lv 23:28 You shall do no work at all on this very day, for it the day of propitiatory shelters so as to make a propitiatory shelter over you before Yahuah your Elohim. 
CLV Lv 23:29 For every soul who is not humbled on this very day will be cut off from his kinsmen. 
CLV Lv 23:30 And every soul who does any work on this very day, I will destroy that soul from among his people. 
CLV Lv 23:31 You shall do no work at all. It is an eonian statute throughout your generations in all your dwellings. 
CLV Lv 23:32 It is a sabbath of cessation for you, and you will humble your souls. On the ninth day of the month in the evening, from evening until evening shall you cease for your sabbath.
As you can see, the second set of verses does not say explicitly that Yom Kippur supposed to be on the 8th but it is what is most certainly being implied here by the Torah. This is why many people do not understand this contradiction.

Look closer! The first set of verses say that Yom Kippur is on the 10th and it is the Shabbat. Yet the second set of the verses states that all moedim (appointed times or seasons) are defined by the Sun and Moon and that 1st of the 7th month is the Shabbat.

But if the 1st of the 7th month is the Shabbat then the next Shabbat is the 8th and not 10th and it is the 8th that has the moon phase (1st Quarter Moon or Half-Moon) not 10th.

So obviously the second set of the verses is the correct one and the first set of the verses had been blatantly edited by the temple scribes.

I hope now it is more clear why Yom Kippur is on the 8th and not 10th.

P.S. Another evidence in favor of Yom Kippur being on the 8th is the Burnt Offering. Below is the comparison of the Burnt Offering of Yom Kippur with the Burnt Offering of Yom Atzeret (8th of Sukkot).

COMPARE THIS
CLV Num 29:7 On the tenth of this seventh month you shall come to have a holy meeting, and you will humble your souls; you shall do no work at all. 
CLV Num 29:8 You will bring near an ascent offering to Yahuah, a fragrant odor, one young bull, a calf of the herd, one ram, seven year-old he-lambs (flawless shall they be for you), 
CLV Num 29:9 and as their approach present of flour mingled with oil, three tenths for the young bull, two tenths for the one ram, 
CLV Num 29:10 a tenth by a tenth for each he-lamb of the seven lambs, 
CLV Num 29:11 and one hairy one of the goats as a sin offering aside from the sin offering of the propitiatory shelters and the regular ascent offering with its approach present and their libations. 
TO THIS 
CLV Num 29:35 On the eighth day you shall come to have a time of restraint. No occupational work at all shall you do. 
CLV Num 29:36 You will bring near an ascent offering, a fire offering of fragrant odor to Yahuah: one young bull, one ram, seven flawless year-old he-lambs, 
CLV Num 29:37 their approach present and their libations for the young bull, for the ram and for the he-lambs by their number as is the custom, 
CLV Num 29:38 and one hairy one of the goats as a sin offering, aside from the regular ascent offering with its approach present and its libation.
So hopefully now you see why Yom Kippur is on the 8th and NOT the 10th!!!


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