AD 1999

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Annual Report (AR) beginning:

1 January (GongLi , Gregorian calendar).

Ecclesiastical Lunar New Year

16th/60 years; JiMao () of the 78th Chinese sexagenary cycles LiuShi HuaJia ().

16 February (GongLi 公曆, Thursday[1]): 1-1 Nisan[2] (ניסן, YinLi: ) is the prepared straight[3] (: Zheng) 1st day ZhengYi (正) of the 1st lunar month ZhengYue (正) 1-1 of the Chinese lunar year YinLi ().

Aquarian Age

The non-mathematical beginning of the cusp of the Aquarian Age, see CE 2104 for the mathematical beginning of the Aquarian Age.

Korean Nation Foundation

95th/120 years of the national course for the Period of the Korean Nation Foundation paralleling the national level extent, scope or context of the Period of the National Course of John the Baptist in AD 47.

Children's Age

20th/21[4] years of the Period of the Children’s Age, the 3rd/8 levels of the (Shi: , השבטים) clan or tribe extent, scope or context, coinciding with the:

Settlement in Canaan

7th/7[5] years of the 3rd/3 courses of the Period of the Children’s Age of the proclamation of the completed testament Age and the perfection of the kingdom of God[6] in Heaven and on Earth (see 3rd/11 Ages of Hwan: ; “male strong"[7]) on the celestial]extent, scope or context.

Kingdom of God in Heaven and on Earth

The God in the “kingdom of God in Heaven and on Earth” is exemplified by the protagonist in the Age of Hwan (, חון) of TianDi () or CheonJe (천제, כעניה); the “heavenly king,” or “greater king or the deity,”[8] who established the Han (חן) National/Kingdom history starting with HwanIn (: חון-ען); transliterated as: “Divine Regent,” beginning in BC AYN 7176.

The Heaven on Earth in the “kingdom of God in Heaven and on Earth” is QianDi (; 天地: TianDi); the “natural universe”[9] containing the two trigrams of (former) heaven and (later) earth (☰/☷: ענקי); “heaven on [top] earth.”[10]

References

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Notes

  1. The same day of the week both in the Julian Date and Chinese Lunar Dates to Gregorian
  2. Nisan years used around Mesopotamia and the Northern Kingdom of Israel and the Chinese lunar calendar
  3. See AD 29
  4. True Parents Course; Northeast Continent Headquarters Education Department FFWPU, 5th Edition 2005, pg 87, 96
  5. True Parents Course; Northeast Continent Headquarters Education Department FFWPU, 5th Edition 2005, pg 78
  6. Also see Nation of Canaan-Kingdom of God
  7. Kum Sung New Ace Character Dictionary 1989, pg 768, also see Business Center
  8. see Heaven’s Code
  9. http://blog.daum.net/chunchiingroup/17452727
  10. see Business Center/9.4.3.31

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