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  • #53166

    genny
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    Never mind if they got the Passover day wrong or not.  Even going by the day they picked, they counted wrong to the 7th month feasts.  Here's the link to the details again, for anyone who needs it:

    https://docs.google.com/document/pub?id=1MsoweMAuX9TFiNpzg6Oi2d1CERWFyrqwHp183-H_G9U

    #53165

    Is that right? I hadn’t even noticed. I just followed the group like an innocent sheep. And how many times have they kept the passover on the wrong day, the 15th day of nisan? One or twice that I noticed.

    #53164

    genny
    Participant

    It happened in 2005, 2008, 2010, and 2013.

    #53163

    So the WMS pushed back the last feasts to the eighth month in 2013? Is that right? I’ll have to look at that again and check my old feast schedule.

    #53162

    genny
    Participant

    Bumping up this post because I have a calendar related question…

    I'm looking for a wmscog calendar for this year for the feast dates.  Anyone have access and can share?  You can PM me if you don't want to share publically.

    Thanks!

    #53161

    genny wrote:

    Time wrote:

    It has to do with the Lunar leap year.

    http://avoiceinthewilderness.org/saccal/passlate.html

    Genny you are very interested read the article above, but I don't think it makes a difference for you since you don't keep te feasts anyways. :0)

    The leap month was added at the end of the calendar.  When there is a leap year, the leap month is the 12th month.  The 12th month is named Adar.  When there is a leap year, you have Adar I and Adar II.  Adar I is the leap month, and Adar II is the regular month in which Purim is celebrated.  It shifts the 1st month, the beginning of the year, to start a month later, but the 7th month is still the seventh month counting from the first month.

    You do not add the leap month as a double fourth month (like the Asian Lunar Calendar) or with the second month (like the leap day of Feb. 29 in western calendars).  It must be added after the 7th month or the 7th month becomes the 8th month, and God said the feasts were to be in the 7th month.  He didn't say that they should be "in the 7th month unless it's a leap year then they are to be held in the 8th month."  Leap years are common enough that He would have said so if that were the case.

    So the leap year idea fails to explain this problem.

    I appreciate your attempt, Time, but please try again.  This problem is still unresolved.

     

     

     

    Again I notice this starnge effect……. Whenever a debate cannot be won by the wmscog, we hear only crickets from them?? "When light shines into darkness, the darkness will vanish"!!!!

    #53160

    Simon
    Participant

    I wonder if they will do the same mistake this year

    #53159

    Love'n Honey
    Member

    There is no light left in him.

    #53158

    MountainMom
    Participant

    He won't answer.  He is too concerned about the tithing thread.  Priorities, you know. 

    #53157

    fedupmom
    Participant
    #53156

    fedupmom
    Participant

    144000- glad to see you back….

    I wondered if you could comment on Genny’s findings (2 comments up).

    I have yet to hear a valid explanation for this error and hoping you could shed some light on this perhaps?

    Thanks!

    #53155

    Simon
    Participant

    Le sigh…. And they say sunday keepers can’t count to seven correctly

    #53154

    genny
    Participant

    The wmscog posted their articles about this year's fall feasts, with dates, and now it's 'official.'  They kept the fall feasts in the 8th month again (2013), only in their article they still called it the 7th month (not so according to new moons though).

    Here's my write-up about it:

    http://encountering-ahnsahnghong.blogspot.com/2013/12/8th-month-error-again-at-wmscog.html

    and the full chart again for anyone who needs it:

    https://docs.google.com/document/pub?id=1MsoweMAuX9TFiNpzg6Oi2d1CERWFyrqwHp183-H_G9U

     

    #53153

    Love'n Honey
    Member

    I found my feast calendar. I posted the contents in another thread. I think it's in the thread about the Day of Atonement.

    #53152

    ill upload a feast calender if u guys want it

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