56th/60 years; JiWei (己未) of the 44th Chinese sexagenary cycles LiuShi HuaJia (六十花甲) begins:
3 February (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):
18th/19 Golden numeral years of the 197th Metonic cycle, a leap year according to the Arbaah Shaarim (ארבעה שערים).
399th/400 years of the 6th/6 historical periods of Image Time-identity on the national level extent, scope or context of the providential Period of Advent Preparation.
National Course of John the Baptist
47th/120 years of the Period of the National Course of John the Baptist begun in BC AYN 47, paralleling the national course of Moses in BC AYN 1533.
John Dwelling in the Wilderness
7th/40 years of the 2nd/3 40 year periods of the Period of John Dwelling in the Wilderness paralleling the 2nd/3 40 year periods of the Period of Moseh Dwelling in the Land of Median in BC AYN 1533.
17 April: 4th-5th year interval of the 38 plus (50/52 weeks) years of the life of Yeshua (ישוע).
5th/39 IroHa: Do
5th/39 meaningful (Kun: 訓) unique kanji and hiragana characters of the Japanese poem IroHa of Do (ど, ד); “stop, halt or detain” (止).
The life span of Yeshua is comparable and parallel to the lifespan of Joseph Smith.
5th/39 years of the lifespan of Joseph (יוסף) Smith (שמעת) during AD 1810.
Supreme Course of the Reign of Judges
90th/120 years of the reign of the judges (BC AYN 90-AD 29) according to The Book of Helaman chapter 16:13-24.
- "there were great signs given unto the people, and wonders; and the words of the prophets began to be fulfilled (Helaman 16:13).
- "And angels did appear unto men, wise men, and did declare unto them glad tidings of great joy; thus in this year the scriptures began to be fulfilled (Helaman 16:14).
- "Nevertheless, the people began to harden their hearts, all save it were the most believing part of them, both of the Nephites and also of the Lamanites, and began to depend upon their own strength and upon their own wisdom, saying" (Helaman 16:15):
- "Some things they may have guessed right, among so many; but behold, we know that all these great and marvelous works cannot come to pass, of which has been spoken" (Helaman 16:16).
- "And they began to reason and to contend among themselves, saying" (Helaman 16:17):
- "That it is not reasonable that such a being as a Christ shall come; if so, and he be the Son of God, the Father of heaven and of earth, as it has been spoken, why will he not show himself unto us as well as unto them who shall be at Jerusalem? (Helaman 16:18).
- Yea, why will he not show himself in this land as well as in the land of Jerusalem? (Helaman 16:19),
- "But behold, we know that this is a wicked tradition, which has been handed down unto us by our fathers, to cause us that we should believe in some great and marvelous thing which should come to pass, but not among us, but in a land which is far distant, a land which we know not; therefore they can keep us in ignorance, for we cannot witness with our own eyes that they are true" (Helaman 16:20).
- "And they will, by the cunning and the mysterious arts of the evil one, work some great mystery which we cannot understand, which will keep us down to be servants to their words, and also servants unto them, for we depend upon them to teach us the word; and thus will they keep us in ignorance if we will yield ourselves unto them, all the days of our lives" (Helaman 16:21).
- "And many more things did the people imagine up in their hearts, which were foolish and vain; and they were much disturbed, for Satan did stir them up to do iniquity continually; yea, he did go about spreading rumors and contentions upon all the face of the land, that he might harden the hearts of the people against that which was good and against that which should come" (Helaman 16:22).
- "And notwithstanding the signs and the wonders which were wrought among the people of the Lord, and the many miracles which they did, Satan did get great hold upon the hearts of the people upon all the face of the land" (Helaman 16:23).
Bede (c. 672–735 AD) was the first historian to use a BC year and hence the first to choose 1 as the origin of the BC era, thus BC 1, in his Historia ecclesiastica gentis Anglorum; Ecclesiastical history of the English people (AD 731).
The first extensive use of BC (hundreds of times) occurred in Fasciculus temporum by Werner Rolevinck in AD 1474, alongside years of the world Anno Mundi (AM).
- ↑ The same day of the week both in the Julian Date and Chinese Lunar Dates to Gregorian
- ↑ Nisan years used around Mesopotamia and the Northern Kingdom of Israel and the Chinese lunar calendar
- ↑ See AD 29
- ↑ As per the formula BCE 3762 (BC AYN 3761)=1/19 GNY and BCE 1=19/19 GNY: 3762 years total∴BC AYN 3761=1/19 GNY-AYN 0=3761+1(including 3761)=3762/19=197 19/19 GNY
- ↑ Four Gates - for the four dechiyot; “postponements,” a rule delaying 1 Tishri until after the molad, see betemunah.org
- ↑ Infancy Gospel of Thomas Chapter 2 Verse 3 based upon when Yeshua is 5 years old in AYN 0