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Annual Report (AR) beginning:
12-9 Adar (אדר).
Ecclesiastical Lunar New Year
BC AYN 3959: 0 years old for the gesticulating baby Adam (אדם) is in the womb; “matrix” [רחם): R-Ḥ-M; triconsonantal or triliteral root of the Semitic Arabic. Historically BC AYN 3959 is numerically equivalent to the average mean earth radius (רדי) of 3959 miles. In Hebrew feminine diminutive form ADMH (אדמה) literally means earth.
Earlier Dating Chronologies
Other Biblically-based estimates of the beginning of the Biblical Adam include:
Civil Lunar New Year
This is a zero (Allahim אלהים; “an incorporeal non-human; no thing” or “not a thing”) event marker, apex or tip used as a frame of reference for the beginning of a time-line sequence of events. In kinship and descent, if the apical ancestor of a clan (氏: Shi; “house”) is nonhuman, it is called a totem (TuTeng: 圖騰; “diagram/picture + fly/run” or a visual sequence called a "motion picture").