This calendar, forgotten in Egypt, proclaimed God during the exodus of the people of Israel. This started with:
King James, Exodus 12,2
This month shall be unto you the beginning of months: it shall be the first month of the year to you.
After entering a year of the Gregorian calendar, God’s calendar always starts in Thailand, because this ancient calendar is still in use there.
As an illustration, the Gregorian calendar is no longer displayed from a year of 2058.
For modern people, the time of this calendar is even more difficult to get used to than the calendar. The date is given by the moon AND of the sun. However, the time is only determined by the position of the sun.
The minutes of full and new moons are shown in the calendar text above as tenths / hundredths / thousandths of an hour.
1. Hours and minutes are longer or shorter depending on the season. This eliminates the financial use of time. Payroll wages are no longer meaningful.
2. At 6,000 during the day it is always noon, the sun is at its zenith. Likewise, it is always midnight at 6,000 at night. The midday of our clocks today (12:00 a.m.) is rarely exactly at the zenith of the sun.
3. Both day and night always have 12 hours. Only at the equinox in spring and autumn does the length of the hour match today’s clocks.
4. There are no time zones because local time applies everywhere. The date line is fluid and, depending on the time of the new moon, moves across the entire globe.
5. God’s calendar can thus largely do without technology, because both the time and the date can be read in the sky. However, even in biblical times there were the Levites who were also responsible for the creation of the calendar.
6. The modern civilization of mankind can not easily do without the Gregorian calendar. Today’s economy in particular, but also society as a whole, is highly dependent on modern times.
1. The beginning of the day
2. Nautical twilight
3. Civil twilight
4. First rays of sun
5. Sun exactly on the ascendant
Only option 5 has an equivalence between sunrise and sunset. For all other options, the day and night hours are not the same length at the time of equinox (spring point).
Effect: Sometimes the beginning of the month shifts by one day, but without any subsequent effect on the following months.
The app uses option 5 as the default value. However, there are communities that expect civil twilight.
2. The beginning of the year
Option 2: New moon conjunction closer to the equinox
Option 3: New moon conjunction always after the equinox
Effect: Every two to three years, the beginning of the year shifts by one month.
The Bible is most compatible with option 3. When using option 1 or option 2 there are years without ripe barley on the full moon.
The app uses option 3 as the default.
Some historical calendars, some of which are still in use, tend to confirm option 1, and some also confirm option 2. This app does not support back calculation from the equinox in autumn.
In order to really understand the beginning of the month and year, you should take a closer look at a daily routine around the world. The biblical day begins where the sun rises at the time of the new moon conjunct and then wanders around the world in 24 hours.
One calculates like the option 3 of this app, the new moon conjunction must not fall in the daytime hours at any place on earth, as this would divide the biblical day. The same applies to the equinox, it must not fall anywhere in the daytime hours of the new moon day either. Part of it would celebrate the start of the year a month later. The German community of bibeloffenbarung.org makes precisely this mistake in the 2015 annual calendar.
Neither the human date line nor the so-called „meton cycle“ is relevant to our creator.
Most of the time the sunrise at the time of the new moon conjunct is beyond the date line that was set by humans. For this reason, the biblical day is divided into two days on the Gregorian calendar.
Only rarely is the sunrise on the date line, then only a few places shift to another Gregorian date. Such was the year 2014, the new moon conjunction was on 03/30/2014 at 18:44:52 GMT.
At that point the sun was rising in the Pacific. The new day dawned in Sydney. At that time it was already March 31, 2014 in Sydney. 1 hour and 25 minutes later (07:10) the sun rose in Sydney.
(3/30/2014 20:10 GMT)
Then the sun rose in Tokyo at 05:34 GMT+9. (3/30/2014 20:34 GMT)
The next time zone then follows:
Manila at 05:56 GMT+8
Bangkok at 06:18 GMT+7 (3/30/2014 23:18 GMT)
Dhaka at 05:56 GMT+6
Kabul at 05:48 GMT+4.5 (3/31/2014 01:18 GMT)
Bahrain at 05:35 GMT+3
Jerusalem at 05:34 GMT+2
Berlin at 05:52 GMT+1 (3/31/2014 06:52 GMT)
Lisbon at 06:29 GMT+-0
Azores at 06:35 GMT-1
Sao Paulo at 07:18 GMT-2
Buenos Aires at 07:09 GMT-3
Caracas at 06:29 GMT-4
New York at 07:47 GMT-5
Chicago at 05:41 GMT-6 (3/31/2014 11:41 GMT)
Denver at 05:52 GMT-7
Los Angeles at 05:47 GMT-8
Anchorage at 06:35 GMT-9
Honolulu at 06:30 GMT-10
Midway at 6:45 a.m.GMT-11 (3/31/2014 17:45 GMT)
Then the date jump follows:
Funafuti on 1.4.2014 at 06:10 GMT+12 (3/31/2014 18:10 GMT)
Auckland at 7:37 GMT+13
Kiritimati at 06:33 GMT+14 (3/31/2014 20:33 GMT)
Only when all this has been clarified can we do without the various options of this app.