Hebrew numerology 42

The Hebrew and Greek alphabet does not have separate characters or alphabets for numbers and letters. The number is NOT simply three SIXES or 6-6-6, but 600 + 60 + 6, or the number "Six hundred sixty and six".
The number 666 indicates that the letters in the Greek form of the name of the Antichrist will add up to 666. And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the MARK, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name. The Hebrew language is part of the Semitic language family which includes Aramaic, Arabic, Aamharic etc.
Last week the newly discovered Uniform Hebrew (UH) Calendar was described in detail.[1] This article summarizes several witnesses it provides of key religious dates in history. Table 1 shows how the already proposed dates for key events in the life of the Savior occur on holy days on the Uniform Hebrew Calendar. The list of events in Table 1 closely matches the events that have been discussed at length in previous articles. There are many red letter days, which means perfect symbolism of holy days to events during the life of Jesus.
Thus we see that nearly all of the key events of the Savior's life discussed in other articles were also holy days on the Uniform Hebrew Calendar. The second column lists dates on the Perpetual Hebrew Calendar (PH), a corrected long-term form of the Hebrew Calendar. The date on which Adam first breathed the breath of life is in red because the Feast of Tabernacles symbolized birth, when we come to earth to get our tabernacle to live in. The birth and death dates of John the Baptist on this calendar are also worth mentioning because they illustrate another use of uniform calendars.
The Easter version of the Uniform Hebrew Calendar provides a witness to which choice is correct. The witness that John's birth date on that UH calendar was not just a random coincidence is that his death date on that same calendar occurred on another holy day on that calendar: the Feast of Tabernacles (UH). This example illustrates the power of the uniform calendars because no "leap days" are ever added to change the fixed pattern. Two of the most important dates of the Deluge have been dubbed Noah's Ark Day and Deluge Day in my work. In earlier papers Noah's Ark Day has overshadowed Deluge Day because of its many links to other dates in history. Deluge Day, when the Flood actually began, is not particularly illustrious on the sacred calendars. There are several key events from the Old Testament which occurred on meaningful holy days on the UH Calendar. The date of the giving of the Ten Commandments in the first year of the Exodus was certainly a key date. Now the UH Calendar provides a strong second witness of the Saturday date because it was also Consecration (UH2) on that calendar.
Like all of the other proposed event dates mentioned so far, the birth date of David was proposed over a decade ago. The date of the Prophet Joseph's reading of James, which led him to pray for guidance, is not recorded in LDS history. More than a decade ago evidence from the Enoch Calendar led me to propose the dates for both events shown in Table 3.[6] Part of the evidence was that on the Hebrew Calendar, Fri 24 Mar 1820 pm* (after sunset) began the day "Consecration" on the Hebrew Calendar.
The Prophet Joseph records that on the evening of 21 Sep 1823 that he prayed (JS-H 1:27, 29), after which an angel appeared to him and told him about the golden plates from which he would translate the Book of Mormon. Another important date which has been largely overlooked is the first Sunday meeting of the newly organized Church. Another important date occurred three years later again on Easter Sunday, 7 Apr 1833, at the conference of the church held in Zion (Independence, Missouri).
Another important date is the ordination of the first patriarch of the LDS Church: Wed 18 Dec 1833. Another red-letter day was the date of ordaining the newly called Quorum of Twelve Apostles on Sat 14 Feb 1835. On another Easter Sunday, 3 Apr 1836, the appearance of Jesus Christ, Moses, Elias, and Elijah occurred at the Kirtland Temple (D&C 110). Note that the three Firstfruits (UH) dates listed in the table were all also Easter (Gregorian and Hebrew). The final date listed is that of the death of the first patriarch of the Church, Joseph Smith, Sr., the father of the Prophet. Thus, many key dates of the latter-day restoration occurred on significant holy days on the Uniform Hebrew Calendar. There are three holy days in the summer on the Hebrew Calendar which are appear to be especially dedicated to the making of important decisions.
There is an important event mentioned in the Old Testament concerning King Josiah of Judah.
There has been a tentative proposed date for that reading in my research database for many years, but it has not been certain enough to publish. That day was also Tabernacles on the Enoch Calendar and the Last Day of Tabernacles on the Jubilee Calendar, as well as holy on three other sacred calendars. The law of Moses allowed Israelites to have Hebrew slaves, but to release them after seven years. The jubilee year formally begins when it is declared on the Day of Atonement in the autumn.
Now there is an added witness from the Uniform Hebrew Calendar which seems to tip the scale to make that proposed date for the revelation to Jeremiah worth publishing. Martin Harris being allowed to take the only copy of the first 116 pages of the Book of Mormon translation was a significant event in Mormon history because they were lost and never recovered. In my earlier papers, one date related to this incident was found to have occurred on holy days.
It had appeared strange at the time of writing those articles that the day of the earlier decision to even let Martin take the pages at all did not show up on any sacred calendar as a decision day. It could also be that a second decision was made that next day (Sun 15 Jun 1828), which was the same UH day. There is another important date in LDS history that is often overlooked, and which has not yet been mentioned in my articles. Several were then selected by revelation, through President Smith, and ordained to the High Priesthood after the order of the Son of God; which is after the order of Melchizedek. The Fourth of June came and we all met in a little string of buildings under the hill near Isaac Morley's in Kirtland, Geauga County, Ohio. Joseph Smith called Lyman Wight and laid his hands on his head and say what God should tell him to say.
This latter quote is included to show the exact day of the ordinations because the conference was called on Fri 3 Jun and lasted until Sun 5 Jun or Mon 6 Jun. The official minutes by John Whitmer indicate that Lyman Wight was the first ordained by Joseph Smith, and that it was Lyman who ordained Joseph to be a high priest.
That day was the Last Day of the Grain Harvest and the next day (Sunday 5 Jun) was Firstfruits of Wine on the Jubilee Calendar. Many important key religious event dates in history fell on holy days on the Uniform Hebrew Calendar. Pratt, John P., "Astronomical Witnesses of the Great Flood" Meridian Magazine, 13 Aug 2003.

Another Witness of the Restoration" Meridian Magazine, 5 Aug 2002, Section 1.1 "The First Vision". Later revelation implies that "the fulness of the priesthood" was lost at one point (D&C 124:28), but could be restored with the timely completion of the Nauvoo temple. Judaism is the oldest monotheistic religion: dating back 4,000 years, rooted in the ancient near eastern region of Canaan. Jewish religious movements is a term used to describe different groups which have developed among the Jewish people from ancient times. Since the 6th century CE, Rabbinic Judaism, also called Rabbinism, has been the mainstream form of Judaism. While all orthodox movements are similar in their beliefs, they differ in the details that are emphasized and in their attitudes toward the life in modern Israel. Ultrah Orthodox, also known as Haredi Jews, is the most conservative form of Orthodox Judaism. Haredi rabbis are usually against watching TV , using the internet and reading secular newspapers. Judaism is no the oldest religion around during the 18th Dynasty of Egypt under the Pharoah Akhenaton he proclaim monotheism before Moshe Ha Navi who was a priest in the Eygptian Mystery Systems. There is a slim possibility that his name will equal 666 in the Hebrew language since the Antichrist will be Jewish. For this article, all that is needed to know is that the UH calendar is very similar to the traditional Hebrew Calendar, with the same month and year lengths and holy days. As all of the events are considered, it appears that this calendar is not used much for birth dates of great religious figures. Rather than give all of the exact dates on the Gregorian Calendar, each date can be looked up on the Religious Chronology page of my website. Events in life of Jesus Christ. The most important events in history were the atonement and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Event dates for Adam & Eve. The events of the Fall of Adam and Eve appear in the sacred calendars as the second most important dates in history, surpassed only by those of the atonement and resurrection of Jesus Christ. It is actually tied to the seasons: Tabernacles occurs in the autumn and Passover in the spring. Many years ago the birth date of John the Baptist was proposed as being on the Day of Atonement on the Perpetual Hebrew Calendar. The details of exactly when the extra leap month is inserted are still fuzzy in a few borderline cases.
It has been shown in several other papers that the interval from his birth to death is amazing in that both vital dates fall on holy days on several planetary calendars. In earlier articles it was shown that each of these dates was important on some calendar to symbolically reveal truths.[5] The UH Calendar is a second witnesses to some of these dates. Traditional Judaism puts the event on the Feast of Firstfruits, which has been verified in my work (PH). LDS Dates on UH Calendar. There are several dates in the early history of the LDS Church which are highlighted on the UH Calendar. More importantly, the date of the First Vision shortly thereafter when Joseph later reported seeing God the Father and Jesus Christ is also not known from official records. That occurred on Sun 11 Apr 1830 which was Easter Sunday on our Gregorian Calendar, as well as on the Hebrew and Enoch Calendars. That is another bull's-eye because that day is a "beginning" day, when projects are either announced (as with trumpets) or actually started.
It seems unusual that such a holy ordination would not have been done on a sabbath day, but it has turned out to be on a holy day like unto when the ancient patriarchs were ordained. The importance of this date was the subject of my first article on sacred dates nearly three decades ago.[7] Now this date turns out also to have been Firstfruits (UH). His death date was 1 Heshvan (UH2), the same as the proposed death date of the Virgin Mary (UH), so he is in excellent company.
The first is a fast day and is called in the scriptures simply the "fast of the fourth month". On the seasonal calendar, the correct time for reading the law is at Tabernacles in the autumn.
But in the jubilee year, which was the year to proclaim liberty, all were to be released no matter how long they had served. It is the date of the ordination of the first High Priests after the order of Melchizedek: Sat 4 Jun 1831. This was the first occasion in which this priesthood had been revealed and conferred upon the Elders in this dispensation, although the office of an elder is the same in a certain degree, but not in the fulness. This follows the similar pattern of when Joseph ordained Oliver Cowdery and then Oliver ordained Joseph to the Aaronic Priesthood and then later at the founding of the Church to the office of elder (DHC I:39-40, 77-78).
The day, however, has not yet been mentioned in my articles because it was not holy on several calendars, as might have been expected. For one thing, many present testified of both good and evil spiritual manifestations, and decisions had to be made concerning them.
On the day after the conference many men were called to go on missions (D&C 52), appropriate for the first day of their working in the Lord's vineyard, clothed with greater priesthood authority. These include the most important events of history, such as those of the atonement and resurrection of Jesus Christ, as well as the Fall of Adam and Eve. It seems that the oldest records found of a formal difference of religious thoughts among Jews dates back to the time of the Maccabean Revolt, in 167 BCE. Rabbinic Judaism grew from the heritage of the past, the Law of Moses and the Messianic hope for the future.
Since there is no one Orthodox body, there is no one canonical statement of principles of faith. Gematria is the adding up or "counting" (Rev 13:18), the numerical equivalent of each letter in a word or name. The numeric system does not work in English or in languages other than Greek or Hebrew, so it is useless to calculate the values of names in these modern languages. The switch to the current script began around the third century BC when a modified form of the Aramaic script began to be used.
The Hebrew Calendar. The uniformity of the UH Calendar is important to understand because in this article it will be shown that many key religious events throughout history occur on its holy days.
It would be surprising if any sacred calendar were not used for events in the life of Christ, especially the Resurrection. The day labeled "Eat My Flesh" was when he first introduced the concept of the sacrament of the Lord's Supper, which is tied directly to the death and resurrection of Christ celebrated at Easter. Looking at the already proposed event dates for Adam and Eve listed in Table 2, again we see the two versions of UH calendars working together to highlight all of the key dates. The proposed dates of the three events of the Fall of Eve and Adam all happened on the three "Decision Days," which each occur one week after the other in the summer. Mary was especially close (five spokes) to Rachel (wife of Jacob), perhaps because both gave birth to a chosen son in Bethlehem.
Until this article, it was known to be on either the afternoon or evening of Wed 6 Oct 2 BC. Thus, his dates have been locked in as anchor dates of history, but the ambiguity between afternoon and evening of his birth date had not been resolved.
The only major holy day it occurred on was the Beginning of Watering on the Jubilee Calendar, which is a bull's-eye.
Now we have an added witness of the correctness of the proposed date in that it was on Passover (UH2).

In my earlier papers it was listed as occurring on a Monday, but when the Venus Calendar became known, the date was shifted back two days to a Saturday. On the one hand it is often the day on which a new prophet is chosen, and on the other, it was the day when the Passover Lamb was chosen to be sacrificed.
In all my work on sacred calendars those two events have not shown up as a holy day until now. Thus it is listed in red in the table as fitting both the beginning of the temple as well as the beginning of their (first) exit from Missouri. Now another witness comes forth, that it also occurred on the new month holy day 1 Adar, the first day of the twelfth month. As explained above, that is the day for choosing and ordaining holy men, so it is counted as a bull's-eye in red letters in the table. The Christian Easter turns out (not by Nicene Council design) to nearly always coincide with the Hebrew Easter.
The state of things was bad enough that the law of Moses had been misplaced and apparently was not even generally known. The year 589 BC was a jubilee year, beginning in the previous autumn.[8] During that year King Zedekiah made a covenant with the people to obey that law, and all slaves were released.
That seems like a bull's-eye because God is announcing His decision to proclaim liberty in His own way. It was probably remembered to the very day because the next day the Prophet Joseph had a son born. He most likely showed her on that very day, and may have also chosen to break his covenant by showing it also to people beyond those to whom he had been given permission to view the pages.
Later, when the quorum of the First Presidency would be organized in 1832, all three men would need to be high priests.
Joseph was given the ability to discern between them correctly, whereupon he chose the good and cast out the evil. In additional to several dates from the Old and New Testaments, there were also several key events of the restoration of the latter-day Church that occurred on such holy dates. The loss may refer to the use of priesthood keys restored at the coming of Elijah to the Kirtland temple (D&C 110), which keys became inoperable when that temple was desecrated. A group of Rabbis believed that the Written Torah cannot be correctly interpreted without reference to the Oral Torah and by the voluminous literature specifying what behavior is sanctioned by the Halakha. Orthodox Jews believe that both the Written and Oral Torah are of divine origin, containing the exact words of G-d as given to Moses.
Each Orthodox group claims to be a non-exclusive heir to the received tradition of Judaism.
Thus the current Hebrew script is a descendant of the Aramaic script. The Hebrew script is case insensitive, however 5 of the 22 letters have special final forms (sofit) which are used only when the occur at the end of a word. Conclusion Notes The Uniform Hebrew Calendar testifies of Adam, Christ and many key events of sacred history. The ones shown in red are where the significance of the holy day exactly matches the event, such as the Resurrection occurring on Easter, the holy day designed to celebrate the Resurrection. The Bible explicitly gives the date as the tenth day of the first month (Joshua 4:19), which is called Consecration in my work. After the Babylonian captivity, when the Jews were allowed to return to Jerusalem to rebuilt their temple, the feast of Tabernacles which they held was on the Day on Atonement (UH). The dates in red in the Gregorian Calendar column are known to the very day from historical records.
Both the evening and the subsequent day were the holy day of the Last Day of Tabernacles (UH2), also referred to as the "Great Day of the Feast". Those two events seem linked because one of the reasons for their expulsion from Missouri was that they had failed to fulfill the commandment to build the temple there.
As was discussed in the last article introducing the UH Calendar, it is based on sets of three years, after which it sometimes repeats.
When scrolls with writings of Moses were discovered, it was seen that there was a commandment to read the law at the Feast of Tabernacles every seven years (Deut.
That is a bull's-eye because Josiah decided to covenant publicly to obey the law on that day.
But on a uniform calendar which rotates around through all of the seasons, Tabernacles can be designated as a Decision Day.
That was a holy day on several calendars and has been a tentative candidate in my research to be the date of that revelation.
In fact, the First Presidency of the Church is designed to be the presidency of the High Priesthood (D&C 107:22).
To me that makes it worth publishing because besides being a holy day, the fact that it was a Decision Day might be very symbolic and meaningful. Malchijah means "King of (appointed by) Jehovah" and Melchizedek is "King of Righteousness". Hence the need to finish the new temple for the work to continue because those priesthood keys could only be restored in a temple (D&C 124:34). For instance, on the walls of ancient Pompeii, someone wrote, "I love her whose number is 545".
Hebrew is also written right to left unlike English and other Latin based alphabets which are written from right to left. That ties directly to the date of Mary taking Jesus to the temple on his fortieth day of life, which was on Easter Sunday on the Uniform Jubilee Calendar. The entire symbolism of the Passover at the Exodus was about freeing slaves from prison, which is what Jesus did at the Passover on which he visited the Spirit World. The events listed in the first column are "Fall of Eve," referring to the day on which she partook of the fruit, "Adam Tempted" when Eve told Adam what she had done and invited him to follow her lead rather than God's commandment, and "Fall of Adam" when he did so and also partook of the fruit. The Day of Atonement on which John was born could either have been ending on Wed afternoon, or beginning on Wed evening. Each of those dates are not just on random holy days, but rather on one with significant symbolism. Thus, the Uniform Hebrew Calendar witnesses an important date which other sacred calendars could not do. In Table 3 that date is shown in red because the sermons given that day were indeed the firstfruits of the restored gospel coming forth. Accordingly, they made great efforts to complete the Kirtland temple so it could be dedicated in time for the important return of Elijah.
Those listed in red are "bull's-eye" dates where the symbolism of the holy day exactly matches the event. In the eighteenth year of his reign, King Josiah read the law to a large gathering at the temple and then made a public covenant to obey the law (2 Chron.
The dates of Easter are four days earlier after three years (11 Apr, 7 Apr, 3 Apr) and they are all the same holy days on both the Hebrew and UH Calendars. Even the evening time is implied because the Prophet's mother states that Martin left shortly before the birth of Joseph's son, which was on Sunday, 15 Jun 1828. There is also a secondary version of the UH Calendar especially for being a second witness.

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