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The Book of Enoch
There is no calender in the old and
new testaments and since Enoch was a part of the scriptures until its ouster for the book
of revelation this calendar confirms present day knowledge of the solar system.
the sun - rules the seasons, here are the rules for the sun:
71:3 I beheld the gates whence the sun goes forth; and the
gates where the sun sets; :4 In which gates also the moon
rises and sets; and I beheld six gates were at the rising, and six at the setting of the
sun. :5 All these respectively, one after another, are on a
level; and numerous windows are on the right and on the left sides of the gates.
west - the setting of the sun
east - rising of the sun
4 additional days are added in gates 1, 3, 4 & 6 which is the periods which the
equinoxes and solstices are located at:
74:1 These are the leaders of the chiefs of the thousands, those which
preside over all creation, and over all the stars; with the four days which are added and
never separated from the place allotted them, according to the complete computation of the
year. :2 And these serve four days, which are not computed in the
computations of the year. :3 Respecting them, men greatly
err; for these luminaries truly serve, in the mansion of the world, on day in the first
gate, one in the third gate, one in the fourth, and one in the sixth gate. :4
And the harmony of the world becomes complete every three hundred and sixth-fourth
state of it. For the signs,
the winds - are described in Enoch as 12 windows next to each gate
71:11 And in the fourth gate, through which the sun with the moon
proceeds, in the first part of it, there are twelve open windows; from which issues out a
flame, when they are opened at their proper periods.
the moon -
72:3 Every month at its exit and entrance it become changed; and its
periods are as the periods of the sun. And when in like manner its light is to
exist, its light is a seventh portion from the light of the sun. :4
Thus it rises, and at its commencement towards the east goes forth for thirty days.
:5 At that time it appears, and becomes to you the
beginning of the month. Thirty days it is with the sun in the gate from
which the sun goes forth.
72:8 On that night, at the beginning of its day, previously to the day of
the month, the moon sets with the sun. :9 And on that night it is
dark in its fourteen portions, that is, in each half; but it rises on that day with
one-seventh portion precisely, and in its progress declines from the rising of the sun.