SEPTEMBER 14; Hebrew Israelite New Year's Day. HAPPY NEW YEAR? IT’S SEPTEMBER!!! Jew’s through out the world will soon be wishing each other a “happy and healthy New Year.” Rosh Hashanah is probably the most widely celebrated Jewish holiday. http://jeconline.org/civicrm/event/info?reset=1&id=2448 This day came ye out in the month Abib. EXODUS 13:4. This month shall be unto you the beginning of months: it shall be the first month of the year to you. In the first month, on the fourteenth day of the month at even, ye shall eat unleavened bread, until the one and twentieth day of the month at even. EXODUS 12: 2, 18. KJV ______________________________________________________________ Zionist & Original Hebrew Israelites Well according to the Bible, the original Hebrew Israelites were scattered all over the world and hundreds of years before the Roman Empire set up and they are not prophesized to be allowed to reform under their ancient nation until the end time judgment begins. The Calendar that the original Hebrew Israelites used was based upon Moses and the Pentateuch and was easy to follow and reference, even today, because it was based upon science and measurement that was consistent with their major annual Feast Days [festivals]. It was based upon a Lunar Calendar that compensated for the leap months. Major feast days and observances were maintained by the priesthood and they were actually priest-scientist [wise men] who were responsible for making sure that the lunar-solar calendars were synchronized according to the number of days the festivals took place. So even though the names of the months varied throughout times, the Bible marks time byway of numbers in relation to major observances. Because the Hebrew Israelites were initially scattered at two different empire times and went under governments that used different Calendars, the Bible marks time by referring to the number of month in relation to a major festival and by understanding this, time and history can be confirmed with accuracy no matter the words used to define a certain month! The Northern Ten Tribes were scattered byway of the Assyrian Empire and then later, the Southern Two Tribes [Jewry] were scattered byway of the Babylonian Empire. Later though, many Hebrew Israelites who remained in the Old World became apart of the Roman Empire and during this time, their major observances were dramatically switched around by the Roman law makers and this has caused much confusion over time. In addition, as a result of today’s creation of the Zionist Jewish nation byway of Western world league law makers, there is even more confusion. But because the western world law makers recognize the Zionist Jews, they still have a New Year that begins in September. However for the many, many Hebrew Israelites that would fit the Old Testament prophecy regarding the end time judgments and who are under the rule of western world countries such as America, this September New Year is basically unknown, even in the Church. Just like in Roman times, because the dates and times of ancient Hebrew Israelite festivals have been changed by the western governments, confusion abounds. Today, the Zionist Jews called this ancient New Years Day, Rosh HaShanah. Biblically, it was to begin every September 14 at 6:00 P.M. and continue for eight (8) days, ending around the time of the Autumn Equinox. And on the eighth day there was to be a great convocation. Also, and at some point in time, the Hebrew Israelites observed a lunar leap month and so, every three years the New Years Day was observed in the second month on OCTOBER 14. Supposedly because the Lunar Calendars are not noted today, the actual day varies with respect to the Solar Calendar. The Bible refers to the month of September as ABIB and later it is written as TISHRI. -- Chevron Dove. _________________________________________________________________ When is Rosh HaShanah in 2010? Rosh HaShanah in 2010 will start on Thursday, the 9th of September and will continue for 2 days until Friday, the 10th of September. Note that in the Jewish calander, a holiday begins on the sunset of the previous day, so observing Jews will celebrate Rosh HaShanah on the sunset of Wednesday, the 8th of September. http://www.when-is.com/rosh-hashanah-2010.asp Month 1 ---- September 14---------- Tishri [Abib] Month 2 ---- October 14 ------------ Heshvan Month 3 ---- November 14 -------------- Kislev Month 4 ---- December 14 -------------- Tevet Month 5 ---- January 14 ----------------- Shevat Month 6 ---- February 14 ---------------- Adar Month * ---- 2nd Februray ------------- Veadar [2nd February]* Leap Month Month 7 ---- March 14 --------------------- Nisan Month 8 ---- April 14 ---------------------- Iyar Month 9 ---- May 14 ----------------------- Sivan Month 11 --- June 14 ---------------------- Tammuz Month 11 --- July 14 ----------------------- Av Month 12 --- August 14 --------------------- Elul * The Leap Month changed from February to October and then based upon which government the Hebrew Israelites were under. Over the course of time, there were at least three different leap months observed; February & 2nd February, September-October and then, March & 2nd March [Iyar; which was April].