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Human age cycles with dates and none degrees offset to discuss Jewish Calendar

In this topic we shall discuss the Jewish Calendar or Hebrew Calendar and that too where this calculation would be of the “Start of Jewish Calendar or Start of Hebrew Calendar” and its relation to Mayan Calendar

This topic continues from the previous one “Advent of Rudra Chakravartin” …

 

133-AA … Regarding Jewish Calendar or Hebrew Calendar …

Jewish calendar (or Hebrew Calendar) is a classic example of utilizing precession of equinoxes as a base and yet following rules that were given by Jewish sages …

Jewish calendar stands related to the Mayan calendar, which itself is rooted Vedic Kaalchakra whose knowledge is mostly lost as of now because the barbarian systems which came during the Offset-Nadir and Nadir phases of precession, destroyed all the learning centers and also destroyed most of the learning texts and the learned ones … This is what led to a loss of this knowledge …

Thus, when we calculate the Hebrew Calendar, then we automatically relate to the Mayan Calendar and to the Vedic Kaalchakra

Above unity was the primary reason for me to choose Jewish Calendar amongst those many calendars that various cultures follows as of now, including the Indian traditional calendars (like Vikram Samvat, Shak Samvat etc.) …

 

133-BB … Mayan Calendar and Start of Jewish Calendar or Start of Hebrew Calendar …

As per the Vedic ways of breakup of time, following is how it is …

10% (setting in time) + 100% (set time) + 10% (exit time)

Note: This breakup is as per what we had discussed in two earlier topics “Breakup of human age cycles” and “Breakup of divine ages” …

 

Proceeding further …

Now we shall be deriving the Start point of Hebrew Calendar (but within a range of +/- 1 to 2.7 years) and with Mayan calendar as a base and that too by utilizing Vedic Kaalchakra

Calendar of Maya civilization has a time span of 5,125 years … In this calculation, we shall be using only the total years of the Mayan calendar to derive the Start of Hebrew calendar …

And this calculation would also relate to the Precessional time units of that stage when the Jewish calendar had commenced …

Thus shall I prove a relationship of these three ancient civilizations … Of India, Maya and Israel …

 

133-CC … Calculating Start of Jewish calendar … Start of Hebrew calendar …

This topic shall be based upon two parts as given below …

  • Time span of Sandhikaal of human age of duality (Manav Dwaparyuga) …
  • And above Sandhikaal would be added to the calculation of Jewish Calendar as per Mayan Calendar … Even when these two calendars are not related to the same principle of calculation, yet they are related to each other and where this relation is such that the present state of Mayan calendar is an offshoot (i.e. offspring) of Jewish calendar … Thus in this method, I shall be using the child to know the parent and that to by utilizing the knowledge of Kaalchakra, which itself is of the great grandmother of all philosophies (i.e. Sanatan Dharma) to which both these calendars stand related …
  • Jewish calendar is related to human ages (i.e. Manav Yuga) which run within the Precessional circle (precession of equinoxes) …
  • Thus this calendar is “definitely not directly related” to divine age cycle (Deva Yuga or Mahayuga) and yet it is related to the divine values
  • And because of above bullet point, to calculate the start of this calendar we shall have to transfer the values of Nadir point to offset-Nadir point just as we had done in some earlier topics like “Sri Krishna’s word to Maa Ganga”, “Seventy weeks of Daniel” etc. …

 

Calculate Sandhikaal of human age that relates to Start of Jewish calendar …

As seen from above figure, the human age cycle (Manav Yuga Chakra) within which Jewish calendar had started was of Manav Dwapara Yuga (Human age of duality) which runs +/- 1 to 2.7 years from 4,398 BC till 1,806 BC (as shown in above figure) …

Start point of Jewish calendar is also seen to be lying in-between the cardinal points of Middle and Nadir points of precession, so these two points shall form the base of this discussion …

And it is also clear that at time of start of Jewish calendar, this world was closer to the Middle cardinal point (of 5,046 BC) and thus Sandhikaal (or Intermediary time of change from an age cycle to next age cycle) of this discussion, shall have to calculated basis this middle point of precession only …

 

Proceeding further …

In an earlier topic of “Time spans of human ages” we had calculated the time span of Manav Dwapara Yuga (Human age of duality) as follows …

  • At middle time units of precession … 2,400 human solar years …
  • At Nadir time units (i.e. presently applicable Precession cardinal point) … 2,592 human solar years …

 

Since the Jewish calendar is closer to Middle point of precession, so calculation of Sandhikaal of human age of duality (Manav Dwaparyuga) to which the Jewish calendar relates, shall have to be basis Middle time units of precession cycle …

So, we have to use Sandhikaal of Manav Dwaparyuga (Human age of duality) whose breakup is as follows …

10% (Setting in time) + 100% (Set time) + 10% (Exit time)

 

Note: Above method was discussed in earlier topics of “Breakup of human age cycles” and “Breakup of divine ages” …

 

Thus, breakup of 2,400 human solar years of human age of duality (Manav Dwaparyuga) at middle time units, is as follows …

200 years (Setting in time) + 2,000 years (Set time) + 200 years (Exit time)

 

Since we are deriving Start of Hebrew calendar, so “Setting in time” of 200 years (as calculated above) would have to be used at some stage of this calculation …

 

Deriving Start of Jewish calendar from Mayan calendar “less” “Setting in time” (as calculated above) … 

Basis above, when we consider time span of 5,125 years of Mayan Calendar to be the middle time (i.e. set time) of above stated method i.e. 5,125 years are taken as “set time” of breakup of ages, then the values would be as follows …

512.5 (Setting in time) + 5,125 (set time) + 512.5 (exit time) = 6,150 years

 

Proceeding further …

This time denotes 1/4th of Precessional circle and thus the complete Precessional cycle for this time would be as follows …

6,150 x 4 = 24,600 years

 

Now for above value, we derive the yearly change of precesion in arc seconds …

(360 degrees x 60 minutes x 60 seconds) / 24,600 = 52.6829268 arc seconds

 

Note: (360 degrees x 60 minutes x 60 seconds) is directly taken from an earlier topic of “Precession circle in arc seconds” …

 

Proceeding further …

Since this calendar “also relates” to divine values, so just as we have done in some earlier topics, we would be using the presently applicable Offset-Cardinal (i.e. Offset-Nadir point of 786 AD) with values of the currently applicable Cardinal point of precession (i.e. Nadir point of 1,434 AD) …

In this part of the calculation, currently applicable cardinal point is used as this calendar was supposed to serve the Offset-Nadir and then the later Nadir phases of precession whose values started getting applicable in this world after 402 BC (this time has already been discussed in earlier topics) …

 

Thus, basis above …

  • The closest cardinal point at start of this calendar (i.e. middle point of precession) is used in calculating Sandhikaal of “setting in time (i.e. the beginning of time of this calendar)” …
  • And yet for calculating the main value of this calendar, Nadir point is used because this calendar was to serve the Offset-Nadir and Nadir phase of precession and until the time when the next Jewish Messiah arrives (i.e. a 6,000 year cycle or 1/4th of precession cycle as per middle time units of precession) …

From earlier topic of yearly change of precesion, we know that at Nadir of precession, the yearly rate of change of precession was of “50 arc seconds” …

Thus difference of above calculated value from Nadir value is as follows …

52.6829268 – 50 = 2.6829268 arc seconds per year

 

We also know from our earlier discussed topics, that during ascending cycles of human age (i.e. Dakshinayan Marg of Manav Yuga), for the applicable Nadir cardinal point of precesion, in each 1296 years, yearly rate of change of precession is of 0.8 arc seconds …

 

Thus for 2.6829268, the time taken would be as follows …

(2.6829268 / 0.8) x 1.296 = 4,346.34 years from Offset-Nadir point (of 786 AD)

 

Thus, the start date of the Jewish Calendar “without accounting for Sandhikaal” of the human age of duality (Manav Dwaparyuga) in which this calendar had started, is as stated below …

4,346.34 – 786 = 3,560.34 BC (+/- 1 to 2.7 years)

 

Since above date of Jewish calendar is calculated basis Gregorian calendar, which also has no Zero year (between 1 BC and 1 AD), so I shall have to use + 1 year in above derived value …

 

Thus, start of Jewish calendar in Gregorian calendar years and “without accounting for Sandhikaal”, is as stated below …

3,560.34 BC + 1 year = 3,561.34 BC (+/- 1 to 2.7 years)

 

Proceeding further …

But since Sandhikaal of “human age of duality (Manav Dwaparyuga)” in which this calendar had started, is also applicable to this calendar, so above time is not exactly correct …

The correct date of start of Jewish calendar “would need to account for the Sandhikaal of 200 years (as was calculated above)” …

So, when we “account for Sandhikaal” of “human age of duality (Manav Dwaparyuga)” in which this calendar had started, then it’s start point is as follows …

Above time of 3,561.34 BC + Sandhikaal of “Setting in time” of 200 years

 

So, start of Jewish calendar is as follows …

3561.34 BC – 200 years = 3,761.34 BC (+/- 1 to 2.7 years)

 

Proceeding further …

Since in above calculated year (of 3,761.34 BC), the time used is basis 1st of January of a year as against the date of its base calculation (i.e. Indian Vedic calendar) whose date considered is of Chaitra Navratri “around the middle of April” (the exact time for start in 3,761 BC is not calculated, but it usually is close to the stated month), so this difference (from 1st January till “about” 15th April) shall have to be added in above value …

 

In solar years, this difference (from 1st January till “about” 15th April) is of “about 0.287 years”

Thus, we need to “account for about 0.287 years” in above calculated value to derive start of Jewish calendar (basis Kaalchakra) …

This derivation would be correct only if start date of Jewish Calendar, Vedic calendar and Gregorian calendar are correct and if historical adjustments are not done in these calendars …

By above paragraph, I mean that the finally calculated date of start of Hebrew calendar would only be correct provided no historical adjustments have been made in dates of both these calendars (i.e. Indian Vedic and Jewish calendars) and that too, right from the start of both these calendars …

 

So basis above, the finally calculated time of start of Jewish calendar becomes as follows …

3761.34 BC – 0.287 years = 3,761.627  BC (+/- 1 to 2.7 years)

Thus, basis above discussions, start of Jewish calendar works out as as follows …

17th August of 3,761 BC (+/- 1 to 2.7 years)

 

Notes on above calculations:

  • But when I compare the actual start of Jewish calendar after searching through the almost-divine clouds of Google Uncle and Bing Aunty and also the cute baby DuckDuckGo, then they tell me a date of 7th October of 3761 BC which becomes as 3761.766 BC
  • And considering that the above stated start date of Jewish calendar (of 7th October of 3761 BC ) is correct, then this calculation has an error of about “139 years or “50- 51 days” …
  • Since I have used Gregorian calendar whose adjustment was calculated as “about 15 – 16 days” in previous topic of “Time times and half a time”, so the final error of this calculation also reduces to 35-36 days
  • Even though this error of about 35-36 days may seem nothing during those “5777 Hebrew years” of time span of this calculation (in relation to present year), yet an error is an error … No matter how small that error it may be, an error in any calendar is an error only …

 

133-DD … Conclusion on my calculation of Start of Hebrew calendar …

This error of “about 35 to 36 days” in calculation is probably because of “any or all of” the following …

  • Due to an earlier adjustments in any of these calendars … i.e. Jewish calendar, Gregorian calendar and the “base time cycle (Vedic cycle)” …
  • Due to incorrect values of any of above dates which have been used as a base in this calculation i.e. around 15th April of Indian calendar and/or 07th October of of Hebrew calendar, not being correct and/or Gregorian and other two calendars or their parental calendars are adjusted during their respective histories …

Since to resolve this error would need declaration of those esoteric principles of this science of Kaalchakra, for which current degenerate state of “man and its “kinds (humans and souls, in subtle worlds)” are not ready, so as far as this topic stands, due to demands of time, this error of 35 to 36 days, stands put …

And I reiterate that during those long gone and forgotten days, we could pinpoint the hour of occurrences by utilizing this Knowledge of Kaalchakra, which has been used to calculate start of Jewish calendar …

But sadly due to limitations on distribution of knowledge within divine degenerate age (Deva Kaliyuga), I shall have to close this topic with above stated error of 35 to 36 days …

Thus, as far as this topic stands, due to condition of present day humanity, their individualistic, greedy, self-serving and destructive ways, I have intentionally left  it incomplete … And that too, whilst reiterating, that, no matter how small an error may be, it still is an error only …

 

Continues …

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