BC AYN 2012

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The Fateful Century[1] of BC AYN 2012BC AYN 1913 Convenes Providential History with Abram (Abraham) as the Central Protagonist Figure

Annual Report (AR) beginning: January 1 (GongLi , 2013 BC); "Gregorian calendar."

Ecclesiastical Lunar New Year

25th/60 years; WuZi () of the 11th Chinese sexagenary cycle LiuShi HuaJia () begins:

22 January (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 ().

Abraham's Lineage and Nimrod

Abraham's (אברהם) lineage is contemporary with the eponym of Nimrod (נמרד) as used to refer generally to the Assyrio-Babylonians area including and beginning with the Sumerian 3rd Dynasty of Ur.

Terah (תרח)

71st/205 years old Terah (תרח) whose wife is Amthelo[2] (אמתלו) the daughter of Cornebo or Kar-nebo (קר-נבו); “wall of nebo,” Abram in Nippur (נעברי). Nippur is a form of the Hebrew via the phrase Abram the Hebrew [3](עברי).

Haran (הרן)

33rd/82[4] years old is Haran (הרן); “our mountain” when Abram (אברם) was born.

Abram (אברם)

1st/175 years old Abram[5] (אברם) as this includes Abram’s age previous to his 1st birthday. Abram's mother is mentioned in the Book of Jasher Chapter 11 Verse 23-29. Abram "is the man whom we know to have been the child at whose birth the great star swallowed the four stars,"[6] which was declared 50 years later in BC AYN 1963.

Nimrod (נמרד)

13th/215[7] years since and including BC AYN 2024 according to the Book of Jasher of Nimrod [8](נמרד) as used as an eponym to cover a specific period and/or era of a particular group in this case Assyrio-Babylonians[9] as a general term with specificity mostly as relates to the 3rd Dynasty of Ur and the Sumerian renaissance; the same city of Ur[10] (אור) as of the Biblical Abraham who came there with his father Terah (תרח) to liaison with Ur’s royal court in BC AYN 2003 when Abram (אברם) was 10 years old.

Shulgi-Nimrod

13th/88 years old Shulgi-Nimrod [11](שלגי; נמרד) son of Ur-Nammu.

King Huai (槐)

1st/44 years that King Huai (חואי); "my show" or “native or inhabitant of shew[12] or showing (),” was enthroned in the Xia Dynasty according to the Bamboo Annals. Huai (); in Chinese literally means: “black locust” (ארב); Robinia pseudoacacia tree or Styphnolobium japonicum [13](שתיפן-עלבים יפנכם), formerly and now of the Species: Sophora japonica (צפרה יפנכא), also known as the “Chinese Scholar Tree” or the “Pagoda Tree,” and often referred to as “Eve’s Necklace;” syn: Sophora affinis (צפרה).

References

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Footnotes

  1. 20th Century BC, 3rd Earth Chronicles: The War of Gods and Men pages 349-350
  2. Book of Jasher Chapter 7 Verse 50-51
  3. Hebrew Strong’s #5680 Genesis 14:13
  4. referenced with Book of Jasher Chapter 12 Verse 16 when Haran was 32 years old in BC AYN 2013
  5. Genesis 11:27
  6. Book of Jasher Chapter 12 Verse 9
  7. Book of Jasher Chapter 27 Verse 15
  8. Nimrod; “rebel or valiant” Hebrew Strong’s #5248, Genesis 10:8
  9. Micah 5:6
  10. Genesis 11:28
  11. Shulgi; “my snow” or the “inhabitants of snow” Hebrew Strong’s #7950, Jeremiah 18:14, Nimrod; “rebel or valiant” Hebrew Strong’s #5248, Genesis 10:8
  12. Daniel 2:24, Hebrew Strong’s #2324; to show, interpret, explain, inform, tell, declare
  13. 2 Samuel 23:31, Leviticus 19:4; ש-תפן “turn ye,” תפן; Typhon

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