Saturday, December 13, 2014

Qumran Calendar Template



This information is based off of: http://www.haderech.info/DSS/Calendar/QumranCalendar.pdf

As you are going through your bible, you will notice special "days" mentioned.  These are based on a special calendar called the Qumran Calendar.  If you are mathematically inclined and perhaps interested in Astronomy, it can be EASY for you to figure out how this calendar works.  For others, they may need some assistance to get the dates on the calendar accurate.  Days where a portion of scripture is mentioned are listed.  There are other times where a full portion of scripture is mentioned but it is for the entire month instead.

Feel free to use this calendar and "get rid of" the Gregorian Calendar.  Notice that the pattern of the calendar aligns with sun-moon-stars not just one or two features of the universe..... The Gregorian Calendar will only produce economic benefit but not truth benefit.

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Key to Qumran Calendar

KEY: FM = Full Moon; SS = Summer Solstice; AE = Autumn Equinox; WS = Winter Solstice; SE = Spring Equinox; Squiggle lines = Text from Bible Reference Date See Listed Month and Day

Listed Times in the Bible.  Feel free to observe holidays, observe signs and changes in the heavens and in nature according to what is written in the scripture.  For more information on how the scripture is historically accurate and more proof is given to humanity since discovering the dead-sea scrolls visit www.kingscalendar.com, read the book of ‘ENOCH’ and study how the Qumran calendar operates.   Example: The computer was used to search for specific dates in the bible.  It was uncovered that on Abib 1 or the first month mentioned a little passage for the first day of the month in Genesis 8:13.

Note: This calendar is NOT "hebrew roots" or "yahweist" movements. This is for information only and only contains computerized search tools to find specific dates mentioned.  This calendar does not contain specific holidays, special times, feasts, events which are NOT discernable except by knowledge of Hebrew-Jewish culture and deeper study of the scripture ie. "feast of lights" or "purim."  An individual may use this as they feel helps them spiritually, or a church group may choose to follow the patterns from this calendar by observance of moon, sun and star heavenly signs.  Those of higher intellectual capacity in a church group will have to assist those of lower intellectual capacity if the church group chooses to use this calendar to highlight certain days.  Following a calendar does not SAVE a person from sin.  Only faith and following Christ and his words keeps people from choosing sin.  However, it can aide and help a person choose Christ over the world-system.


Abib -1 : Month mentioned (Num 9:1, Num 20:1, 1 Chr 12:15, 1 Chr 27:2, 1 Chr 27:3, 2 Chr 29:3, Joel 2:23) Day mentioned *1: Ezr 10:17, Ez 29:17, Ez 45:18, Gen 8:13, Ex 40:2, Ex 40:17, 2 Chr 29:17, Ezr 7:9 – *7: Ez 30:20 - *10: Josh 4:19 - *12: Ezr 8:31 - *13: Esth 3:92 - *14: Ex 12:18, Lev 23:5, Num 9:5, Num 28:16, 2 Chr 35:1, Ez 45:21 - *15: Num 33:3, 2 Chr 29:17, Ex 12:18, 2 Chr 29:17 - *16: 2 Chr 29:17 - *21: Ex 12:18 - *24: Dan 10:4

Iyyar – 2: Month mentioned (1 Kings 6:1, 1 Chr 27:4, 2 Chr 30:2, 2 Chr 30:13, Ez 3:8) Day mentioned *1: Num 1:1, Num 1:18 - *2: 2 Chr 3:2 - *14: Num 9:11, 2 Chr 30:15 - *15: Ex 16:1 - *17: Gen 7:11 - *20: Num 10:11 - *27: Gen 8:14

Sivan – 3: Month mentioned (Ex 19:1, 1 Chr 27:5, 2 Chr 15:10, 2 Chr 31:7)  Day mentioned *1: Ezek 31:1 - *23: Esth 8:9

Tammuz – 4: Month mentioned (1 Chr 27:7, Jer 39:2, Zech 8:19) Day mentioned *5: Ez 1:1 - *9: 2 K 25:3, Jer 52:6

Ab – 5: Month mentioned (Ez 7:8, Jer 1:3, Jer 28:1, Zech 7:3) Day mentioned *1: Num 33:38, Ez 7:9 - *7: 2 K 25:8 - *10 Jer 52:12, Ez 20:1

Elul – 6: Month mentioned (1 Chr 27:9, Luke 1:26, Luke 1:36) Day mentioned *1: Hag 1:1 - *Ez 8:1 - *24: Hag 1:15

Tishri – 7: Month mentioned (Lev 23:41, 1 K 8:2, 2 K 25:25, 1 Chr 27:10, 2 Chr 5:3, 2 Chr 31:7, Ez 3:1, Neh 7:73, Neh 8:14, Jer 28:17, Jer 41:1, Zech 7:5) Day mentioned *1: Lev 23:24, Num 29:1, Ez 3:6, Neh 8:2 - *10: Lev 16: 29, Lev 23:27, Lev 25:9, Num 29:7 - *15: Lev 23:34, Lev 23:39, Num 29:12, Ez 45:25 - *17: Gen 8:4 - *21: Hag 2:1 - *2 Chr 7:10

Heshvan – 8: Month mentioned (1 K 6:38, 1 Chr 27:11, Zech 1:1) Day mentioned *15:1 K 12:32, 1 K 12:33

Chislev -9: Month mentioned (1 Chr 27:12, Jer 36:9, Jer 36:22) Day mentioned *4: Zech 7:1 - *20: Ez 10:9 - *24: Hagg 2:10, Hagg 2:18

Tebeth – 10: Month mentioned (1 Chr 27:13, Esth 2:16, Jer 39:1) Day mentioned *1: Gen 8:5, Ez 10:16 - *5: Ez 33: 21 - *10: 2 K 25:1, Jer 52:4, Ez 24:1 - *12: Ez 29:1

Shebat – 11: Month mentioned (1 Chr 27:14) Day mentioned *1: Deut 1:3 - *24: Zech 1:7

Adar – 12: Month mentioned (Esther 3:7) Day mentioned *1: Ezek 31:1 - *3: Ezra 6:15 - *13: Esther 3:13, Esth 8:12, Esth 9:1 - *14: Esth 9:19 - *25: Jer 52:31

No Servile Work Days: Lev:23:7 *1-14*, Lev 23:8 *1-21*, Lev 23:16 seven-sabbaths or fifty days, Lev 23:24-25 *7-1*, Lev 23:27-28 *7-10*, *7-15* *7-23* Review Lev 23, Num 28, Num 29




If you would like to convert this calendar to Gregorian Calendar try using this chart.  You may assume that Christ was on the cross Apr. 10, 0031 Gregorian Calendar (Explanation about Resurrection) :



Would you like a more detailed calendar that shows more dates and time figures, try ordering this book: https://www.amazon.com/Biblical-Heavenly-Signs-astronomical-calendar/dp/1546858830/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1497964722&sr=8-2&keywords=biblical+heavenly+signs
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