Saturday, April 14, 2018

Happy New Year!

Just wanted to wish you all happy and better new year!

New Year begins on 04/15/2018 after Sunset.

This year Spring Equinox was a few days after the New Moon, which delayed the spring and the harvest.

If you live in Canaan you should be able to confirm that coming month is indeed the Month of Abib (ripening) as all spring crops in Canaan should be very close to harvest which should begin around 05/2018.

Friday, April 13, 2018

About the 10th of the 1st and 7th Months

As you know from the Torah, traditional date for Taking of Passover Lamb and Yom Kippur is the 10th of the 1st and 7th month respectively. Obviously, this date is incorrect because there is no major Moon Phase on the 10th.

In fact, as I explained on my blog, the 10th date does not appear anywhere else in the Torah.

Think about it, if we really to take Passover Lamb on the 10th, it would mean that we have to keep it until 14th evening, which makes it 5 days between the taking of the Lamb and its slaughter. This number of days obviously does not make any sense. On the contrary, Leviticus 22:27 says that usually the animal is kept for 7 days and slaughtered on the 8th.

So as you can see, the 10th and resulting 5 days of keeping of the Lamb do not have any support in the Torah. So it is obviously a clear case of intentional edit of the Torah.

In my calendar, we take Passover Lamb on the 8th and keeping it until 14th evening which makes it exactly 7 days which is similar to the above-cited Lev 22:27.

So it is very clear to me that the 10th is the date from the 1st Temple time and it was a result of intentional editing of the Torah to justify the Temple Cult.

When did Chavah (Eve) die?

When did Chavah (Eve) die?

Let's take a look at what Torah says:
YLT Gn 5:5 And all the days of Adam which he lived are nine hundred and thirty years, and he dieth.
As you can see, Torah never says when did Adam's wife Chavah died. So most likely answer here is she died together with her husband.

Adam and Chavah shared a very strong and unique bond as they were the first people and they have experienced Garden of Eden and its fruits. So it would be very logical to assume that these two people would age and die together, meaning that Chavah was also 930 years old when she died.

I am pretty sure that Adam was monogamous and faithful to Chavah due to this special bond. I do not think Adam would be happy with someone other than Chavah after all they have been through together.

And here is the whole passage that also supports such view:
YLT Gn 5:1 This is an account of the births of Adam: In the day of God's preparing man, in the likeness of God He hath made him; 
YLT Gn 5:2 a male and a female He hath prepared them, and He blesseth them, and calleth their name Adam, in the day of their being prepared. 
YLT Gn 5:3 And Adam liveth an hundred and thirty years, and begetteth a son in his likeness, according to his image, and calleth his name Seth. 
YLT Gn 5:4 And the days of Adam after his begetting Seth are eight hundred years, and he begetteth sons and daughters. 
YLT Gn 5:5 And all the days of Adam which he lived are nine hundred and thirty years, and he dieth.
So as you can see from underlined verses, in this passage Torah refers to both man and a woman as Adam. This is why it is most certainly possible to interpret Genesis 5:5 as referring both to Adam and Chavah.

So I think it is pretty clear from this passage that Adam and Chavah died together at the age of 930 years.

Thursday, April 12, 2018

Explicit proof from the Torah of the original 360 days year.

The question was raised to me: Where is the original 360 days year evidence?

Let's take a look at what Torah says:
YLT Gn 7:11 In the six hundredth year of the life of Noah, in the second month, in the seventeenth day of the month, in this day have been broken up all fountains of the great deep, and the net-work of the heavens hath been opened, 
YLT Gn 7:24 and the waters are mighty on the earth a hundred and fifty days
YLT Gn 8:3 And turn back do the waters from off the earth, going on and returning; and the waters are lacking at the end of a hundred and fifty days
YLT Gn 8:4 And the ark resteth, in the seventh month, in the seventeenth day of the month, on mountains of Ararat;
As you can see, Noah has traveled in the Ark for 150 days, from 2/17 to 7/17. This can only mean that all months were 30 days and the year was 360 days because it is the only way to get 150 days count between given dates. 30x5=150

So as you can see, the evidence is pretty direct and indisputable.

As I said on my blog, the current cycle is different from this original one, which is why we have to add the 13th month and have 2 Shabbats in a row at the end of some months sometimes.

And as I said, the cycle has changed due to the flood, which caused one continent (Pangea) to split into what we know now. This caused the earth to speed up and it also affected Solar and Lunar cycles.

Hope now it is clear what was the original Torah year. It was exactly 360 days for both the Sun and the Moon.

Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Where are the Aliens?

Torah is explicit that there is a more advanced form of life somewhere out there. See Genesis 6:2-4.

So where are they?

Well, statistically speaking and considering the size of the universe, there is gotta be tons of aliens out there. So logic dictates only two options...
  1. They are among us even today but they choose to blend in.
  2. They are not really interested in us and just rarely observing us from a distance because we are not advanced enough.
Both of these theories are valid and both most likely true. In fact, New Testament claims to be an account of one such alien (son of God actually) who could walk on water and do other nifty tricks. But since it contradicts the Torah, I can't say that it is a legitimate account in my opinion.

Also, today we have a few video footages of a UFOs that also may or may not be a legitimate proof.

In fact, as I discussed in my previous posts, not only sentient aliens look like us (should be almost exact human form) but some of them must have the Torah and the Tabernacle.

Torah itself states that there are at least "Sons of God", which can only mean that there is gotta be much more aliens than just His sons.

It is just the matter of time until we will encounter them on a society level. In fact, based on the Torah, we already have encountered them before, which can only mean that it only takes time until it will happen again.

P.S. There can definitely be non-human aliens (like with 5 tentacles and 10 eyes) because there are many planets that are different from Earth. However, I am absolutely certain that they would be considered animal aliens and they would be far less advanced compared to human aliens. God Himself said that we are made in His image and every other form of life is for our domination because it is not in His image. Only lifeforms in His image are considered human and thus most advanced aliens also human(oid).

Can we restore the Tabernacle?

Can we restore the Tabernacle, especially considering verses of Exodus 25:9 and Exodus 25:40?

Yes, I think we can!

While the complete Tabernacle design was revealed directly to Moses on Mt. Sinai in a vision, this does not mean that we need Moses to rebuild it. This is because the Tabernacle was revealed, built and used before. And as Deut 29:29 clearly states that what was revealed is our forever. It can't be hidden back from us.

So while it is possible that complete rebuilding of the Tabernacle may require a prophet, I am absolutely sure that we can at least START rebuilding the structure.

I think that if God would see that we ALL want His Tabernacle and Presence in our midst, He would send us necessary guidance to do it.

I refuse to believe in the rabbinic lie that we can't do anything right now. In fact, I severely despise the rabbis for spreading this way of thinking.

Yes, rabbis have a point. Our world is really messed up. However, I do not think that waiting for Messiah is the right answer either. As I explained on my blog, if we wait for Messiah we will all die when he will come. So while it may be necessary, I simply refuse to believe in this and accept it as a solution to the problem.

Yes, the Law repeats itself because it is eternal! But I also believe that at some point it is possible to escape this endless cycle and establish permanent peace and happiness. In fact, Torah promises just that.

So it is my absolute opinion that we can do it ourselves. The only real obstacle that we have is our own desire to do it. God is NOT preventing us from rebuilding the Tabernacle!

So please help me spread the word so that we can rebuild God's Tent and fulfill the Law!

Curses of Deuteronomy are very real!

Curses of Deuteronomy are very real!

When I first understood the curses of Deuteronomy I was literally shocked. I simply could not believe how accurate and precise Torah was at describing the times we currently live in. Not only Torah got all of it correctly, there were other curses that has not come to pass yet.

The curses can be found primarily in Deuteronomy 28+ but there is a bit in Leviticus as well.

God is really pissed off at us! Not only He cursed us but He also has chosen to hide from us (Deut 31:18 and 32:20) which is why many people question His existence right now.

I personally experienced many of these curses so I can vouch for every word that Torah says. Not only these curses are very real but they are unbelievably painful and sadistic. And the worst part is that I absolutely can't get angry at God for these curses because I understand that I fully deserve it.

These curses are also something unavoidable! God did not speak these curses in vain so they will be fulfilled completely and thoroughly. There is absolutely no escape from these curses in our time so prepare yourself if you have not experienced them yet. And if you are experiencing any of these curses right now, please stay strong, resilient and do not succumb to evil. 

So what are we to do and what lessons can we learn from this?

First of all, you must continue to observe as many commandments as you can, the best you can. There is no Tabernacle so it is not really possible to properly observe most of the commandments. However, you still must do what you can to do and observe the Law. Yes, it is mostly in vain but right now God is judging us by our intentions and understanding rather than pure compliance and precision. So, in reality, observing the commands is never in vain. If you do what you can the best you can, God will greatly lessen the effects of the curses. Yes, He is not going to remove them completely but at least He may make it bearable.

Secondly, we must accept the punishment and live with the cards we were dealt. This is the hardest part. It is very hard to understand and accept these curses. And it is even harder to live with them. Why me? Why I was born at this horrible time/place? However, if you sincerely do what you can to observe the Law, God will show mercy and lessen the effects of His curses on you.

Because of these two things, it is very important for us to return to the Law and to God and our ultimate goal should be the rebuilding of the Tabernacle. Only when we restore the Mishkan, God will turn our curses into blessings as He has promised. The restoration of the Tabernacle is our proof before God that we are ready to do what He wants completely and without any hesitation.

Wednesday, April 4, 2018

How do the Moon observations add up in the 1st Month?

How do the Moon observations add up in the 1st Month?

Thanks to a few years of my Moon Observations (see April 2017) I observed that in the 1st Month on a day of Unleavened Yom Atzeret (8th of Unleavened) the Moon is only visible in the morning. 

What does it mean?

It means that even though the Moon phases are a bit off in the 1st Month, we could only observe the 3rd Quarter Phase in the Morning. This means that the Moon has time to get VISIBLY in phase.

Yes, the calculated phase is off, however, we still VISIBLY see the moon in the correct phase simply because it is not visible while it is out of phase.

This is why I said in my previous posts that we need to use calculations AND observations of the moon TOGETHER to determine the proper days for moedim (appointed times).

Correct rendering of the Transportation of the Furniture of the Tabernacle

Here is the correct rendering of the procession when the Tabernacle Furniture was transported.

As you can see, there are a few changes compared to my old rendering:

  1. Notice that the Ark Staves are placed along the long side of the Ark
  2. The Ark was covered on top with Tahash skins, not with blue covering.
  3. Table of Showbread Staves are also placed along the long side of the Table.
  4. Table of Showbread was transported by 2 people just like the Altar of Incense because their weight appears to be about the same. Dimensions of the Table and the Altar of Incense are also about the same.
  5. And The Laver is shown to be transported separately on a bar just like Sanctuary Utensils.
So as you can see, it would require 4+2+2+2+2+2+4= 18 Kohathites to carry all Furniture of the Tabernacle. 

Correct list and rendering of Table of Showbread Utensils

Here is the correct rendering of all Table of Shewbread Utensils:

As you can see, I removed "spoons" from the rendering. This is very simply because you obviously do not need spoons to eat bread.

So here is the correct list of Table Utensils:

  1. קערת (korot - plates for the bread). 12 Golden Plates.
  2. כפת (kofot - forks for eating bread) 12 Golden Forks
  3. קשות (keshot - decanters/jugs for grape juice/water to fill the golden cups). At least several. I show four.
  4. מנקית (mankit - cups for libation) At least several Golden Cups for libation. I show 4.
This is the complete and correct list of Table of Showbread Utensils.

Please note that #3 (keshot) was definitely something for libation. Xref Exodus 25:29 vs Ex 37:16 and Numb 4:7. It is possible that the order of these two terms got mixed up. However, if it was indeed something not for libation it either would've been mentioned right after the "dishes/plates" for the bread or Torah would give us a purpose for this object. And we also have the Golden Cups, so it is very logical to assume that there were Decanters/Jugs to pour to these cups from. It is illogical to assume that the Cups were poured from a regular clay or glass Jug, considering that it was happening in the Holy Place.

Monday, April 2, 2018

Who wrote the Torah?: The in-depth look

Most people think that it was Moses who wrote the Torah. This is not true so let's take a look where this misconception comes from and who really wrote the Torah.
CLV Ex 17:14 Then Yahuah said to Moses: Write this as a reminder in a scroll, and put it in the ears of Joshua that I shall wipe out, yea wipe out the remembrance of Amalek from under the heavens. 
CLV Ex 24:4 Now Moses wrote all the words of Yahuah. And he rose early in the morning and built an altar below the mountain and twelve stone monuments for the twelve tribes of Israel. 
CLV Ex 34:27 Yahuah said to Moses: Write for yourself these words, for at the bidding of these words I contract with you a covenant and with Israel. 
CLV Num 33:2 Moses wrote down their exit-places of their journeys at the bidding of Yahuah. And these are their decampments at their exit-places. 
CLV Dt 31:9 Then Moses wrote this law and gave it to the priests, the sons of Levi, the carriers of the coffer of the covenant of Yahuah, and to all the elders of Israel. 
CLV Dt 31:19 And now, write down for yourselves this song and teach it to the sons of Israel. Put it in their mouths so that this song may come to be for Me as a testimony against the sons of Israel. 
CLV Dt 31:22 (Moses wrote this song on that day and taught it to the sons of Israel.) 
CLV Dt 31:24 It came to be as Moses concluded writing all the words of this law on a scroll until they were finished, 
These are the verses that traditionally used to say that Moses wrote the Torah. While it may appear to be so, especially based on Exodus 17:14 and 24:4, this is not the full story because there are many other verses that say a different thing. So while Moses was writing the events of Exodus as he went, the Torah itself was NOT written by Moses. Let's take a look what Torah says:

CLV Ex 24:12 Yahuah said to Moses: Ascend to Me to the mountain and be there, and I shall give to you the stone tablets, the law and the instructions which I wrote to direct them. 
CLV Ex 31:18 He gave to Moses, as He finished speaking with him on Mount Sinai, two tablets of the testimony, tablets of stone, written with the finger of Elohim. 
CLV Ex 32:15 Then Moses turned around and descended from the mountain with the two tablets of the testimony in his hands, tablets written on two sides across them, on this and on that side were they written. 
CLV Ex 32:16 And the tables, they were the handiwork of Elohim; and the writing, it was the writing of Elohim, chiseled on the tablets. 
CLV Ex 32:32 And now, if You should bear their sin, bear it. Yet if not, wipe me, I pray, from Your scroll which You have written. 
CLV Ex 32:33 Yahuah said to Moses: Anyone who has sinned against Me, I shall wipe him from My scroll. 
CLV Ex 34:1 Yahuah said to Moses: Carve for yourself two stone tablets like the first ones, and I will write on the tablets the words which came to be on the first tablets which you broke. 
CLV Ex 34:28 And he came to be there before Yahuah, forty days and forty nights. Bread he did not eat and water he did not drink. Thus he wrote on the tablets the words of the covenant, the ten words. 
CLV Dt 4:13 He told you His covenant which He instructed you to keep, the ten words. Then He wrote them on two tablets of stone. 
CLV Dt 5:22 These were the words Yahuah spoke to your whole assembly at the mountain, in a loud voice from the midst of the fire, the darkness, the cloud and the murkiness; and He added no more. He wrote them on two tablets of stone and gave them to me. 
CLV Dt 9:10 Then Yahuah gave to me the two tablets of stone, written by the finger of Elohim, and on them were all the words just like those that Yahuah had spoken with you at the mountain from the midst of the fire on the day of the assembly. 
CLV Dt 10:2 Then I shall write on the tablets the words that were on the first tablets that you broke, and you will place them in the coffer. 
CLV Dt 10:4 Then He wrote on the tablets, like the first writing, the ten words that Yahuah had spoken to you at the mountain from the midst of the fire on the day of the assembly; and Yahuah gave them to me.
So as you can see, these verses are very clear that not only Moses got the 2 Stone Tablets which were written by finger(!) of God Himself, he also got the Written Torah scroll written by God as well.

As you can see, God says several times that He wrote the Torah and wants to give it to Moses.

So while Moses was writing his own scroll of the Torah, God gave him the original Torah scroll that HE had written. This is very important fact that many people do not seem to understand or care about.

Torah had to have been written by God because if we assume that Moses wrote the Torah then it is not divine and it is just a bunch of BS. Only if we assume that God wrote the Torah, only then the Torah makes sense as a divine and holy writing and as the real and the only Word of God.

Since the Torah was known to humans from the very beginning, it was simply necessary for God to give a correct and complete Torah text to humans, which is exactly what He did at Mt. Sinai. Moses's Torah was not exact, which is why God gave Moses a correct and complete Torah scroll to copy from.

This is the only way to explain the Deuteronomy 31:24 which means that Moses simply copied from the scroll of God the remaining chapters which indeed included the events that had not happened yet, including God speaking to Moses and Moses's death.

Moses was the greatest prophet who ever lived, which is why God gave him the entire Torah way in advance at Mt. Sinai so that Moses can teach the entire law, even though it was not yet officially given and spoken to Moses by God.

So it was God Himself who wrote the Torah. Moses only made copies.

P.S. The stone tablets were literally written by the finger of God. This makes perfect sense because God is omnipotent Being and He can certainly engrave the stone by His finger. Would it make more sense if God wrote the Tablets with a chisel or laser engraver?!? No, it had to be God's handiwork. Literally. There is no other way and this is the best possible explanation.

P.P.S. We have to account for all Torah verses at once when we come up with explanations. We can't just use some passages to justify our often incorrect beliefs. It is very important to take all verses into consideration. Especially this is true about the description of the Tabernacle.

P.P.P.S. I checked the Samaritan Pentateuch and it seems to imply that the word "Torah" in Exodus 24:12 refers to the Stone Tablets. This is most certainly an intentional edit on the part of the Samaritans as it does not make sense. Exodus 24:12 does not just say "and the Torah" it also says "and the Command", so even if we assume that the word "Torah" refers to the Stone Tablets, what does "the Command" refers to?!? So obviously Samaritan Torah is incorrect in this regard.

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