BC AYN 1913

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Annual Report (AR) beginning: January 1 (GongLi 公曆, 1914 BCE, [2023][1]); "proleptic Gregorian calendar:" 11-24 Shevat (שבט, YinLi ) in the Hebrew calendar.

All Verified Time-line Annuals dates since BC AYN 449,336 through BC AYN 1913 when indicated modify Zecharia Sitchin’s Earth Chronicles chronology [in square brackets].

Ecclesiastical Lunar New Year

4th/60 years; DingMao () of the 13th Chinese sexagenary cycles LiuShi HuaJia () begins:

6 February (GongLi 公曆): 1-1 Nisan (ניסן, YinLi: ) is the prepared straight (: Zheng) 1st day ZhengYi (正) of the 1st lunar month ZhengYue (正) 1-1 of the Chinese lunar year YinLi () coinciding with:

6th/19[2] Golden numeral years of the 97th Metonic cycle a leap year according to the Arbaah Shaarim[3] (ארבעה שערים).

Naplanum

7th/21: years of the first ruler of Larsa, Naplanum begun in BC AYN 1919.

Ishmael

14th/137 years of Abram’s hereditary heir Ishmael (ישמעאל) begun in BC AYN 1926.

Slavery in Egypt

16th/400 years of the 1st/6 historical periods of Image Time-identity on the national level extent or scope of the providential Period of Slavery in Egypt:

16th/400[4] years that Abram’s (אברם) seed shall be a stranger in a land that is not theirs, and shall serve them; and they shall afflict them 400 years.

Adamic Years

16th/800 years of Biblical individual Abram in the parallel history to the individual Adam (BC AYN 3828 - BC AYN 3029) carrying the 800 Adamic years the 2nd time. Providential Historical debt of Adam (אדם) is now carried by Abram:

Abram

100th/175 years old Abram (אברם) when as the winds carry the radioactive cloud[5] to Sumer, people die a terrible death, animals perish, the water is poisoned, and the soil becomes barren. Sumer and its great Civilization lie prostrate. Sumer’s legacy passes to Abraham’s seed as he begets a legal heir: Isaac (יצחק) who is born January 4th.

1-15 Abib (אביב: Aviv, YangLi ): 4 April (GongLi ) when deduced by the Rabbinical Talmud the traditional Jewish lunar birth date of Isaac (יצחק) is 1-15 Nisan (ניסן, YinLi: ) or 20 February (GongLi ) BC AYN 1913 in the proleptic Gregorian calendar. Based on this tradition the lunar date 1-15 Nisan is due to the same failure of the Israelites 21 day course in BC AYN 1499 as a result the Israelites had to go through an additional 21 month civil lunar course which is the source of the Rabbinical usage of 1-15 Nisan instead of Allahim’s original course of 21 days.[6] Abraham successfully utilized the 21 day course in BC AYN 1914, 1-15 Abib when the 3 men[7] appeared to Abram and Sarah during the astrological first month () starting with the spring vernal equinox of March 21: 1-1 Abib, the same as 1 Chaitra [8](כיתרא) of the Saka [9](סכה) or Indian national calendar: therefore using the average 9 months for human gestation after the announcement in BC AYN 1914, 1-15 Abib Isaac (יצחק) was born 15 days after the winter solstice of BC AYN 1914 in the proleptic Gregorian year of BC AYN 1913, January 4. This event is similar in character to the end of the Mayan Long count calendar event scheduled for the winter solstice of AD 2012.

Abraham took the proper attitude having the correct knowledge and understanding of the times and seasons successfully utilizing the 21 day course referenced to the spring vernal equinox especially towards the birth of his own son which he knew in relation to the times and seasons. The later Rabbinical authorities just the same as the ecclesiastical authorities of the time of Moses took the improper attitude and misinterpreted Moses' departure date as 1-15 Nisan instead of the correct and proper actual date of 1-15 Abib made the first mistake due their improper attitude and fallen nature. This is similar to the faithlessness of the people towards Moses after having ascribed the tablets of stone.

According to the Divine Principle there are 4 primary characteristics of the fallen natures that mankind inherited due to the fall of man the first being failing to take God's standpoint with the same heart and perspective as God in loving others causing an improper attitude of not loving others as God loves others. Abraham took the proper position of loving his son Isaac even though he was commanded to sacrifice his son and was ultimately rewarded by not having to kill his son later. This is evidence that God did not originally desire to have his son killed but was just a test due to Abraham's failure previously during the 3 offerings of Abraham in BC AYN 1928.

1-16 Abib (אביב, YangLi )): 5 April (GongLi ) as deduced by the Rabbinical Talmud[10] (תלמוד); “teachings” and the Midrashim[11] [12](מדרש); “stories” when came “two (Nergal & Ninurta) angels (המלאכים) to Sodom at even”[13] as Lot sat in the gate and the subsequent destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah,[14] sparing only Lot (לוט) and his two daughters, who fled into the hills.

1-17 Abib (אביב, YangLi 陽暦): 6 April (GongLi 公曆) as deduced by the Rabbinical Talmud (תלמוד); “teachings” and the Midrashim (מדרש); “stories” the night following the destruction, Lot’s (לוט) daughters, fearing that they were the only three people remaining in the world, plied their father with drink and impregnated themselves by Lot who is 93 years old, therefore using the average 9 months for human gestation after the announcement in BC AYN 1913, 1-17 Abib Lot’s 2 sons Moab (מואב) and Benammi (בנ-עמי) were born 15 days after 2 days after the winter solstice of BC AYN 1913 in the proleptic Gregorian year of BC AYN 1912, January 6.

Abram's Royal Priesthood

31st/120 years of the 3rd/6 providential periods of Symbolic Time-identity on the family level extent, scope or context is the providential Period of Abram's Royal Priesthood continuing with Isaac (יצחק) and Jacob paralleling, restoring and reprogramming the Period of the 1st Object 221 Course on the family level extent or scope providential Period of Noah’s Royal Market Area () during BC AYN 2422 - BC AYN 2303.

Royal Priesthood of Abraham

31st/40 years of the 1st/3 formation stage 40 year periods of the Period of the Royal Priesthood of Abraham.

Lot

93[15] years old Lot (לוט), the son of Haran (הרן), born in BC AYN 2006, according to Genesis 19:26 is the year his wife looked back from behind him, and she became a pillar of salt (מלח, Shipmen; מלחים, Marines/Warriors: מלחמה).

2nd Object 221 Course

31st/221 years of the extended providential Period of the 2nd Object 221 Course.

References

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Footnotes

  1. Zecharia Sitchin’s Earth Chronicles chronology and Zecharia Sitchin’s Earth Chronicles chronology with illustrations
  2. 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-BC AYN 1913=1848+1(including 3761)=1849/19=97 6/19 GNY
  3. Four Gates - for the four dechiyot; “postponements,” a rule delaying 1 Tishri until after the molad
  4. Genesis 15:13
  5. Genesis 19:28 Hebrew Strong's #7008 smoke, cloud or vapor also as in incense, root Hebrew Strong's #6999 קטר Srimad Bhagavatam 3.11.19: catvari; four, that is four Yuga/s or Caturyuga (4,320,000 years), also Fr. Quatre; four (Etymolgie: Du latin furnus; “the smoke of a furnace”). See also Keturah קטורה Abraham’s 3rd wife whom he married some time after BC AYN 1876
  6. Exodus 13:17
  7. Genesis 18:2
  8. Cf Mt. Thera (תרא); “she saw” BC AYN 1579 with Ch-ThRa (כתרא); “as Thera” and the command imperative form Chaitra (כיתרא); the first astrological month
  9. “Booth” or “thicket” Hebrew Strong's #5521, Jonah 4:5, the same as the “thicket” as when “a ram caught in athicket” of Genesis 22:13 in place of the offering of Isaac by Abram heralding the Arian Age of the ram as the angel had commanded in Genesis 22:11
  10. The Talmud has two components: the Mishnah (c. 200 CE), the first written compendium of Judaism's Oral Law; and the Gemara (c. 500 CE), a discussion of the Mishnah and related Tannaitic writings that often ventures onto other subjects and expounds broadly on the Tanakh, also see Sacred Texts Talmud
  11. A homiletic method of biblical exegesis. The term also refers to the whole compilation of homiletic teachings on the Bible
  12. 2 Chronicles 13:22, 24:27
  13. Genesis 19:1
  14. Genesis 19:24, 25
  15. Book of Jasher Chapter 9 Verse 2; born BC AYN 2006

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