Ab Urbe Condita
Ecclesiastical Lunar New Year
23 January (GongLi 公曆, Thursday): 1-1 Nisan (ניסן, YinLi: 陰曆) is the prepared straight (正: Zheng) 1st day ZhengYi (正一) of the 1st lunar month ZhengYue (正月) 1-1 of the Chinese lunar year YinLi (陰曆):
There is no year zero in the widely used Gregorian calendar, nor in its predecessor, the Julian calendar. Under those systems, the year 1 BC is followed by 1 AD. However, there is a year zero in astronomical year numbering (AYN); where it coincides with the Julian year 1 BC, and in ISO 8601:2004; where it coincides with the Gregorian year 1 BC, as well as in all Buddhist and Hindu calendars.
Year 0 was first used for astronomical year numbering (AYN) by the 18th century French astronomers Philippe de La Hire (1702) and Jacques Cassini (1740). However, both of these astronomers used the applicable AD/BC designations of Latin and French with their year zero, thus near the epoch the years were designated 2 BC, 1 BC, 0, 1 AD, 2 AD, etc. During the 19th century, astronomers designated years with either BC/0/AD or −/0/+. Astronomers did not exclusively use the −/0/+ system until the mid 20th century.
The first use of an astronomical year 0 is traditionally attributed to Jacques Cassini whose stated reasons for including a year zero were: “The year 0 is that in which one supposes that Yeshua (ישוע) was born, which several chronologists mark 1 before the birth of Yeshua and which we marked 0, so that the sum of the years before and after Yeshua gives the interval which is between these years, and where numbers divisible by 4 mark the leap years as so many before or after Yeshua “Christ”. Philippe de La Hire had used a year 0 earlier in 1702 in his Tabulæ Astronomicæ; astronomical tables, in the form Christum 0; “Christ 0.”
"And he said unto them: Behold, I, Samuel, a Lamanite, do speak the words of the Lord which he doth put into my heart; and behold he hath put it into my heart to say unto this people that the sword of justice hangeth over this people; and four hundred years pass not away save the sword of justice falleth upon this people," verifying the 400 year Period of Advent Preparation.
National Course of John the Baptist
John Dwelling in the Wilderness
6th/39 IroHa: Chi
6th/39 meaningful (Kun: 訓) unique kanji and hiragana characters of the Japanese poem IroHa of Chi (散); “scatter or disperse” (HuanYao 渙爻), refers to several events during the childhood of Yeshua’s 5th year of age according to the Infancy Gospel of Thomas. Chapter 2 verse 4 makes reference to Yeshua having “clapped his hands together and cried out to the sparrows and said to them: Go!” And the 12 clay sparrows that Yeshua made in verse 2 subsequently “took their flight and went away chirping,” referring (interalia) the concept of 12 months (great lights in heaven) coming into the conscious discernment of Yeshua as well as the 12 disciples of Yeshua’s adulthood that eventually denied Yeshua and were dispersed after his crucifixion. Verse 5 continues with “when the Jews saw it they were amazed, and departed.”
Chapter 3 verse 1 states: “the son of Annas the scribe was standing there with Joseph; and he took a branch of a willow and dispersed the waters which Yeshua had gathered together.”
Chapter 6 verse 4 demonstrates that Yeshua was already proficient in the letters in his 5th year of age when he corrected a “certain teacher Zacchaeus by name” of verse 1.
Chapter 6 verse 4 Yeshua gives “the ordinance of the first letter;” alpha, the first letter of the Greek alphabet when he is 5 years old symbolic in the Universal Syphers™ of the fixed position of 500 hours or 5 a.m. beginning the 24 letter-hours of the Greek alphabet, continuing with beta; 600 hours and gamma; 700 hours through the rest of the Greek alphabet concluding with omega; 400 hours or 4 a.m., whereby each Greek letter represents an hour of the 24 hour day starting with alpha-500 hours.
The life span of Yeshua is comparable and parallel to the lifespan of Joseph Smith.
Supreme Course of the Reign of Judges
91st/120 years of the reign of the judges (BC AYN 90-AD 29) and the 600th year "from the time that Lehi left Jerusalem" in BC AYN 599 (600 BCE) according to Third Nephi chapter 1:1 in The Book of Mormon.
"And behold, he said unto them: Behold, I give unto you a sign; for five years more cometh (1st/3 signs of Samuel prophesied in BC AYN 5; 6 BCE), and behold, then cometh the Son of God (at 5 years old) to redeem all those who shall believe on his name," according to the Book of Helaman chapter 14:2.
Another phrase used in the Bible for the Son of God (Elohim) is the Son of man. Adam was the son of God; Allahim (Elohim) while a synonymic phrase used many times in the Bible referring to Jesus; Yeshua is the Son of man. The Son of man; child of man as this prophecy referrers to that which is a child of the age of 5, which Jesus (Yeshua) is at this time in BC AYN 1 according as the Infancy Gospel of Thomas chapter 2:1 states: "This little child Jesus when he was five years old was playing at the ford of a brook: and he gathered together the waters that flowed there into pools (similar to the firmament above and the firmament beneath), and made them straightway clean, and commanded them by his word alone," verified by the Star of Bethlehem and the Universal Syphers™ in the Annual Report of BC AYN 5.