Black Christians : A BIBLICAL HIDDEN ORIGIN BEHIND THE THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY

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    A BIBLICAL HIDDEN ORIGIN BEHIND THE THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY

    Once again, I’d like to share the significance behind the Thanksgiving holiday celebrated on the last Thursday in November and other major historical events that surround this date in the past and present. Based upon my research, I feel like the true reason for this event happens to be a well kept secret for many reasons. But by gaining a better understanding of this holiday, it would reveal that one of the most important ways its origin has been hidden would be due to the dates and times that have been changed and by doing so, certain historical events recorded in the Bible that surrounds this date has been covered up. Furthermore, other significant historical events that have happened much later in time around this holiday as well add to the aura of this hidden historical event recorded in the Bible and may lead to the question; is there a connection to the same origin for all of these future events?

    1~ THE DAY OF ASCENSION ~ It was on a THURSDAY;
    THE LAST THURSDAY IN NOVEMBER

    According to my research that I have outlined in several of my threads in this community, the Day of Ascension, the day that Jesus Christ, ascended to the heavens was on NOVEMBER 28 and on the last Thursday in November. However, in order to confirm and understand this major historical event, we need to go back more than a thousand years prior to the time when Egypt ruled the world. We need to go back to a major event that occurred that caused the Egyptian government to fall and this would be recorded in many ways and then covered up by today’s scholars. We need to go back to the downfall of the 18th Dynasty of Egypt and a time of a major event that has also been stylistically and secretly tied to this very Thanksgiving holiday. However, even the truth that surrounds this incredible time period in ancient Egypt cannot be brought to light without the events that occurred at the time of the rise of the Roman Empire government being marked by a major event.

    The downfall of the 18th Dynasty can be marked in many ways but more specifically, it can be marked by the Biblical recordings of THE EXODUS [ie. PASSOVER]. Based upon the return of ‘the ensign of the Son of Man’ [the Star of Bethlehem] today in our millennium, the correct dates and times prove that the Exodus and the First Passover occurred on September 14 [the lamb] and September 15 [the Feast of Unleavened Breads] but today, we are made to celebrate this event in the springtime. Also, the year given by secular historians for the year of the First Passover in ancient Egypt when the Death Angel came has been stated to occur around the 1330s BC, but this is absolutely wrong. The year was 1436 B.C. and has been deliberately misdated by 100 years. So according to this correct timing then we can understand how over a thousand years later when Jesus Christ was Crucified, the Day of Ascension was marked to precision.

    The Book of Exodus
    … The old Hebrew year began in autumn (Ex. Xxiii. 16; cf. xxxiv. 22, I S. i. 20); and P here refers to the later custom of beginning it in spring…
    http://books.google.com/books?id=XTc9AAAAIAAJ&pg=PA87&lpg=PA87&dq=passover+ethanim+exodus+autumn&source=bl&ots=JJp3tmRbJH&sig=VUdDnNzEp9kzEPT4k0b5uju0WiI&hl=en&sa=X&ei=xtYXVN3SJZPEggS8oILYCg&ved=0CDYQ6AEwBg#v=onepage&q=passover%20ethanim%20exodus%20autumn&f=false

    2) The beginning of months.—Hitherto the Hebrews had commenced the year with Tisri, at or near the autumnal equinox. ((See Exodus 23:16.) In thus doing, they followed neither the Egyptian nor the Babylonian custom. The Egyptians began the year in June, with the first rise of the Nile; the Babylonians in Nisannu, at the vernal equinox. It was this month which was now made, by God’s command, the first month of the Hebrew year; …

    …It shall be the first month: heretofore your first month for all affairs hath been Tisri, which in part answers to our September, and is the first month after the autumnal equinox;…
    http://biblehub.com/commentaries/exodus/12-2.htm

     

    During the first Exodus, 3 mandatory observances were detailed for the Israelites to observe ‘forever’ and they were marked by scientific events that are constant, therefore the dates for the Crucifixion, Resurrection, Ascension, and Day of Pentecost of which occurred in connection with these mandatory observances over a thousand years later can be marked with precision! The three mandatory observances were [1] PASSOVER (the lamb & the Feast of Breads), [2] The Feast of Booths (Tabernacle), and [3] The Feast of Breads [Ingathering, or the Feast of Weeks]. The Passover [ie. which became the Holy Communion/the breaking of Bread & Wine signifying the feast of Unleavened Bread & the blood of the lamb] occurs during the time of the Fall Equinox (Harvest Moon), the Feast of the Tabernacle (ie. Booths, First Fruits) occurs during the time of the Vernal (Spring) Equinox, and the Feast of Weeks is based upon the Passover Feast and the following sabbath day. This Feast of Weeks is based upon the Passover New Year observance and specifically begins on the day following the sabbath. So the count for the Seven Weeks Festival begins on the first day of the week after sabbath and Passover. The 50th day was convocation and occurred after seven complete sabbaths had passed and over a thousand years after it was instituted, it became the very day of Pentecost. So in other words because of science, math, detail recordings of the Bible and other secular historical recordings, therefore, the time of the PASSOVER that marked the Exodus directly connects to the PASSOVER that occurred over a thousand years later that marked the Crucifixion of Jesus Christ. For this reason too, we can know the exact date of his Ascension and the exact date of the Day of Pentecost.

    The PASSOVER that occurred in Egypt during the time of Moses began in September 14, 1436 B.C., but the PASSOVER that occurred in Jerusalem under the Roman Empire when Jesus was Crucified happened in A.D. 33 on October 14 and when Jesus was about 33 ½ years old. The Star of Bethlehem [the ensign of the Son of Man] had appeared 33 ½ years earlier in an alignment in the sky and marks time then and now. According to the Bible and other records, due to the solar-lunar cycle, the PASSOVER Observance was observed every three years in the Second month of the year and for the Israelites, this would be the month of OCTOBER and on the first day of the lunar month which would be the 14th day [OCTOBER 14]. Another major confirmation was the detailed records in the Gospel of the Saturnalia festival that originally was held every year at ‘Summers End’ originally on Woden’s Day [ie. Wednesday] which would be in the month of OCTOBER during the lunar cycle which would be after the 13th day [October 14]. According to the Gospel, Jesus was Crucified on October 14 at 3:00 P.M. on the beginning of PASSOVER [the lamb day], but at 6:00 P.M., it became October 15 [Unleavened Bread Day/Passover, & Preparation Day/Sabbath] and he died at 9:00 P.M., therefore he gave up the ghost on OCTOBER 15 which became Friday [Thursday/Friday at midnight]. This was the day, OCTOBER 15, that Manna fell from heaven, and this would be the very day that Solomon laid the foundation of the First Temple of God [the second day, and the second month of the year]! This Passover fell upon ‘a High Sabbath Day’ so on Friday [Friday/Saturday] after Crucifixion, the Jews baked and prepared for their weekly Sabbath Day of rest and by 6:00 P.M. on September 16, they went into their homes to rest on the Sabbath Day.

    According to the Gospel, Jesus walked the earth for forty days [40 Days] after he was resurrected and seen. Jesus was seen by Mary on the First day of the week, Sunday. Because the scientific date starts the next day at midnight but the Israelite begins their day earlier at 6:00 P.M., the actual day of a week covers ‘two number dates’ and also, the actual number date covers ‘two days of the week’ respective to the particular events being observed. Therefore, the rooster crowed thrice at 6:00 A.M. and Jesus Christ was Crucified on October 14 at 3:00 P.M. on a Thursday and died on October 15 at 9:00 P.M. which became Friday. On September 16, Sabbath begins. That following evening at 6:00 P.M. it becomes September 17 and the Sabbath is over. Jesus Christ is Resurrected in the 3rd day after he was Crucified on October 14, and therefore, he was Resurrected during October 17 and before the First Day of the Week. So Mary goes to the tomb on October 17 on Sunday morning and sees Jesus and by 6:00 P.M., on October 18, Jesus appears in the house of his friends.

    The count for the Feast of Seven Weeks begins on the very day that Jesus Christ was Ressurrected, October 17. Jesus in essence becomes the First Fruit. Because Jesus was on the earth for forty days after he was resurrected on October 17 and was seen by Mary on October 17 during the first day of the week, we then can start the count on October 17 and mark the actual Day of his Ascension. Therefore, the Day of Ascension would have occurred on Thursday, November 28, which would have been the last day of the November.

    These dates and events could also be confirmed based upon the mandatory observance of the Feast of Weeks set up during the time of the Exodus. The disciples of Jesus were told to tarry in Jerusalem and so, after ten days, the Day of Pentecost occurred, and this can be confirmed in several ways. Back in the days of Moses when this mandatory observance was instituted, the count was based upon the day of the First Fruits and the day after the Sabbath. So after seven Sabbaths were complete, the following 50th day became the day of Pentecost. Therefore, THE DAY OF PENTECOST became, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 10 and it was also 10 days after the Day of Ascension. On this day too, it was also a new moon. cont.

    edited, 11/29/2014.
     
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    The former treatise have I made, O Theophilus, of all that Jesus began both to do and teach, Until the day in which he was taken up, after that he through the Holy Ghost had given commandments unto the apostles whom he had chosen: To whom also he shewed himself alive after his passion by many infallible proofs, being seen of them forty days, and speaking of the things pertaining to the kingdom of God: And, being assembled together with them, commanded them that they should not depart from Jerusalem, but wait for the promise of the Father, which, saith he, ye have heard of me. ACTS 1:1-4.
     
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    …Pentecost falls on the tenth day after Ascension Thursday (which falls 40 days after Easter).


    Old Testament [edit]

    Pentecost is the old Greek and Latin name for the Jewish harvest festival, or Festival of Weeks … which can be found in the Hebrew Bible. …
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pentecost

    Feast [edit]

    The Feast of the Ascension is one of the great feasts in the Christian liturgical calendar, and commemorates the bodily Ascension of Jesus into Heaven. Ascension Day is traditionally celebrated on a Thursday, the fortieth day from Easter day. However, some Roman Catholic provinces have moved the observance to the following Sunday. The feast is one of the ecumenical feasts (i.e., universally celebrated), ranking with the feasts of the Passion, of Easter, and Pentecost.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ascension_of_Jesus
     
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    HAPPY ASCENSION THURSDAY!!! :jumping:
    HAPPY THANKSGIVING!
    Based on the Bible,
    THE COUNT FOR The Feast of Weeks begins...

    Pentecost was a Jewish Feast Day. In the Old Testament it was called the Feast of Weeks (Ex. 34:22; Deut. 16:10) because it was observed seven weeks after the offering of the barley-sheaf during the Passover season (Lev. 23:15)….

    The Feast of Weeks began with the offering of the First Fruits Barley Harvest and ended with the ingathering of Wheat Harvest. The first day of the Feast of Weeks was the Feast of First Fruits, the last of the Feast of Weeks was the Feast of Pentecost....

    Therefore, we notice that Pentecost was fifty days from the Feast of First Fruits. Pentecost is found in Leviticus 23:15-16: "And ye shall count unto you from the morrow after the sabbath, from the day that ye brought the sheaf of the wave offering; seven sabbaths shall be complete: Even unto the morrow after the seventh sabbath shall ye number fifty days; and ye shall offer a new meat offering unto the Lord." After numbering the fifty days from the Feast of First Fruits, the last day of the Feast of Weeks is celebrated, which came to be called Pentecost by the Greek speaking Jews.
    http://www.heavendwellers.com/hd_study_in_pentecost.htm

    3 Mandatory Feast:
    1 Passover Feast [lamb & Unleavened Bread] -- Autumn Feast
    2 Tabernacle Feast [Booths, First Fruits] -- Vernal/Spring Feast
    3 Feast of Seven Weeks [Harvest Fest, Wheat Harvest, Ingathering] --End of Year Feast
     
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