About a year ago, I discovered that the WMSCOG bases Passover on the full moon after the spring equinox, and the Feast of Tabernacles on the full moon after the autumn equinox. Since they have finally publicly posted their fall feasts dates for 2019, I just wanted to give an update to show that this is still the case.
Moon Phase…[Read more]
I’ve realized all but 1997 are visible, so here are the links to the image sources:
1993 & Passover 2000 https://blog.naver.com/ceongkim/10187554782
IMPORTANT UPDATE: I have not found how the WMSCOG calculates the dates, but instead found how AHNSAHNHONG HIMSELF did. This is a blog that was linked on the NCPCOG homepage: https://blog.naver.com/PostList.nhn?blogId=acj01&categoryNo=13&from=postList
However, I cannot read Korean. If you or someone you know can, please help translate this.
Just some further information that could be of help:
“But to the seventh day of the week he has assigned the greatest festivals, those of the longest duration, at the periods of the equinox both vernal and autumnal in each year; appointing two festivals for these two epochs, each lasting seven days; the one which takes place in the spring being f…[Read more]
UPDATE: My apologizes, but my previous conclusion was incorrect. While it was a close approximation, I have found the real answer, which also explains why 2010 tabernacles was the second full moon. Here’s a quote from first century Jewish philosopher Philo:
“And the sun, the ruler of the day, making two equinoxes every year, both in spring and a…[Read more]
If this method of calculation is true, it can be applied to the “prophetic” Day of Atonement, October 22, 1844.
The first full moon after the autumn equinox is September 26th. This is Tabernacles 1844. Tabernacles is the 15th day of the seventh month, while the Day of Atonement is the tenth. Counting backwards 5 days from the 26th gives us…[Read more]
In my research, I’ve discovered that the WMSCOG bases the spring feasts around the first full moon after spring equinox and the fall feasts around the first full moon after the autumn equinox. This is why in some years the fall feasts are on the eighth month and not the seventh.
For full moon dates:…[Read more]
charcoa1 started the topic AhnSahnHong was 31/32 years old when he was baptized in the forum 1 year, 9 months ago
I’m a college student who was approached by a student attending the WMSCOG a year ago and am still meeting with him weekly. We have discussed a wide variety of topics. I’m thankful for both this website and Genny’s blog for the useful resources and information.
Last week we discussed the 40 year reign. The WMSCOG says “Jesus was to come to this e…[Read more]