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Yahuah Elohim's Pure Calendar and the Counting of the Omer
By Yakov Levi, 4/23/2014 | Revised 3/19/15

Yahuah Elohim's (The LORD God's) pure calendar is very easy to follow. You basically sight the First Crescent moon to start the Biblical month. Once the First Crescent is sighted, that evening begins the Biblical day until the next evening; from evening till evening is the Biblical day. Count seven days to the first Sabbath, another seven days to the next Sabbath and so on for the month. At the end of the month, there is a one or two day period called the "Renewed Moon" day(s). These are also a type of Sabbath or rest days. They are like mini-vacations each month. Each day of the Biblical month is designated by a moon phase. In the last one or two days of the month, the moon is typically no longer visible, it's the renewing of the moon where it is dark and cannot be seen. During this one to two day period, we again start looking for the First Crescent moon. This is typically on day 29 or 30 of the Biblical month. That's it. This is Yahuah Elohim's true calendar devoid of any pagan, occultic, or Hellenized Rabbinic influence. It is also free from the lunacy of the counterfeit lunar based Sabbath.

Getting yourself on the right timekeeping is critical because the beginning of the year and months set the dates for the Feast Days which have Sabbaths; and they also set the dates for the weekly Sabbaths. Being one day off causes spiritual adultery and idolatry. The root of it is rebellion. Why? because you are not keeping the Sabbaths at the appointed times. The appointed times are "dates" that the Groom sets for His Bride to meet with Him. The faithful woman meets the Groom. However, the unfaithful, adulteress, idolatrous and rebellious woman finds another man to meet with - another groom and that is Ha Satan.

There is mercy and longsuffering for those who are humbly and diligently learning. However, those who are adamant about their wrong timekeeping are in some type of rebellion toward one or more precepts in the Scriptures. This blinds them in part and does not allow full discernment of Yahuah Elohim's appointed times. This causes them to be completely off or miss it by just one day. At some future time, even missing it by one day will not be good enough. My testimony is- Yahuah Elohim's true calendar, as presented to you here, will be restored by the 144,000 and Two Witnesses in the Greater Exodus.

Counting the Omer

Anyone who counts the omer and does not arrive on Sivan 15 on the 50th day is doing it all wrong. The three pilgrimage feasts; Passover, Shavuot and Sukkot all begin on the 15th of the relevant Biblical month. Additionally, Purim as on the 14th and 15th of the month of Adar. There is a clear pattern in the Scriptures. The only way to arrive exactly as the Scriptures portray mathematically and descriptively on Sivan 15, on the 50th day of the count, is in the context of the calendar presented here. The counting of the omer begins on the 22nd of Nisan - day of Firstfruits. After counting 50 days, excluding the "Renewed Moon" days, we will arrive at Sivan 15, the 50th day of the counting of the omer.

When counting the omer, the "Renewed Moon" days are not counted. Notice that the sliver of the moon begins the count of days. Typically, during the one or two renewal days at the end of every Biblical month, the moon is not seen and therefore the day is not counted when counting the omer.

Yahuah Elohim hid Shavuot using simple mathematics and descriptive Scriptures so that He may one day restore His pure calendar and expose those who are in some type of rebellion towards His precepts. This way, He reveals the many who are not anointed to convey His true timekeeping.

Why is counting of the omer important? Because it leads to the correct day for Shavuot (aka Pentecost). Why is Shavuot important other than it is a Feast Day? Because that was the day the disciples received the fire anointing of the Ruach HaKodesh (Holy Spirit). Is this important to you?

This page serves only as an outline about how to keep a pure Biblical calendar. Even a third grader can follow this and understand it. However, those who are grown adults steeped in pagan, occult and Rabbinic traditions (where much is rooted in occult and pagan influences), it will be more difficult to comprehend. The Teaching area on this site has Biblical Timekeeping topics you can spend many hours studying to build a foundation for greater discernment. I challenge anyone who wants to prove this wrong. Write me privately or publicly and I will present the argument a point at a time on this site.

It is my assertion that Yahuah Elohim revealed to me His true calendar and Sabbaths about 14 years ago. The principles I know have not changed in this time. Few have come to know or understand it after such a long period; even though it is simple and easily verifiable in the Scriptures. Of the many who have tried to follow a resemblance of the pure Biblical lunar based calendar- most have gone off into following a counterfeit. This counterfeit is what is predominantly followed and criticized. Instead of observing the 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th of the Biblical month as Sabbaths they go by the 8th, 15th, 22nd and 29th. Some even start the beginning of the month by the "Renewed Moon" which cannot be distinctly seen.

At the time of writing this article, 14 years have passed since Yahuah Elohim revealed to me how to keep His pure calendar. I think the time has come for everyone who will be a part of the "Woman in the Wilderness" to know this timekeeping in preparation for the Greater Exodus.

Share this truth with zeal so that our Father in Heaven can have His faithfull bride back. Every spiritually and sexually healthy man should know how it feels to have an unfaithful, not loyal and rebellious woman in your life. Let's get Abba's bride back to Him. The Greater Exodus is at hand.
Month of Nisan
New Year
 
 
04/01/14
1
Day 2
 
 
04/02/14
2
Day 3
 
 
04/03/14
3
Day 4
 
 
04/04/14
4
Day 5
 
 
04/05/14
5
Day 6
 
 
04/06/14
6
Sabbath
 
 
04/07/14
7
Day 1
 
 
04/08/14
8
Day 2
 
 
04/09/14
9
Lamb Day
 
 
04/10/14
10
Day 4
 
 
04/11/14
11
Day 5
 
 
04/12/14
12
Day 6
 
 
04/13/14
13
Sabbath
 
 
04/14/14
14
Passover
Day 1 Hag HaMatzah
04/15/14
15
Day 2
Day 2 Hag HaMatzah
04/16/14
16
Day 3
Day 3 Hag HaMatzah
04/17/14
17
Day 4
Day 4 Hag HaMatzah
04/18/14
18
Day 5
Day 5 Hag HaMatzah
04/19/14
19
Day 6
Day 6 Hag HaMatzah
04/20/14
20
Sabbath
Day 7 Hag HaMatzah
04/21/14
21
Firstfruits
Day 1 Omer
Count
04/22/14
22
Day 2
Day 2 Omer
Count
04/23/14
23
Day 3
Day 3 Omer
Count
04/24/14
24
Day 4
Day 4 Omer
Count
04/25/14
25
Day 5
Day 5 Omer
Count
04/26/14
26
Day 6
Day 6 Omer
Count
04/27/14
27
Sabbath
Day 7 Omer
Count
04/28/14
28
Renewal
Renewal Day
 
04/29/14
29
Renewal
Renewal Day
 
04/30/14
30
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
How to Use the Calendars & Create Your Own Template

The four calendars below are pre-set unlike the calendar above. With the calendar above, you can create your own month by inputing the Gregorian date of the evening when you sight the First Crescent moon. The four calendars below are there so you can see the relationship of the months of Nisan, Sivan, Tishri and Adar. Also, they are there to help you clearly understand the counting of the omer. The month of Iyar is included to help you see the pattern when counting the omer. The month of Adar is included so you can see how the pattern of the appointed times is also consistent with the festival of Purim in Yahuah Elohim's pure calendar.

Click one of the radial buttons to see the month for the current Biblical year. The month name in parentheses is the name found in the Bible, the other is the traditional name found on the Jewish calendar. The traditional name of "Tammuz" for the 4th Month is left out because of its strong pagan roots. The two numbers in parentheses is the number of the month. The first is the number of the month set since the Exodus. The second is the order of the month from Creation to the Exodus.

The four calendars below are pre-set and based on when the First Crescent was sighted. The calendar above, the first calendar, is used to customize your calendar and display the exact Gregorian dates that correspond with the days of the Biblical month after the First Crescent moon is sighted. Use the "month" drop down list to make sure your custom calendar is displaying the proper month. Gregorian dates are pre-set to correspond with the traditional Jewish calendar. The traditional calendar can be one to two days off and the correct month may not correspond with the date of sighting the First Crescent moon. Also, when translating a Gregorian month to a Hebrew month, at times, Adar II isn't correct - therefore, you must switch the month to Nisan manually. You can also view the pre-sets calendars in the calendar above by selecting from the "pre-set month" drop-down menu.

There is no such thing as a pre-printed calendar when it comes to timekeeping Yahuah Elohim's way. A calendar can only be printed once the First Crescent moon is sighted. Everyone out there producing a pre-printed, pre-calculated calendar are all teaching you incorrectly. Use the template to print out your own blank calendar. Make lots of copies so you can keep count of days once the Abomination of Desolation begins. At that time, we likely will not have access to the Internet.
Month of Iyar (Ziv)
Day 1
Day 8 Omer
Count
05/01/14
1
Day 2
Day 9 Omer
Count
05/02/14
2
Day 3
Day 10 Omer
Count
05/03/14
3
Day 4
Day 11 Omer
Count
05/04/14
4
Day 5
Day 12 Omer
Count
05/05/14
5
Day 6
Day 13 Omer
Count
05/06/14
6
Sabbath
Day 14 Omer
Count
05/07/14
7
Day 1
Day 15 Omer
Count
05/08/14
8
Day 2
Day 16 Omer
Count
05/09/14
9
Day 3
Day 17 Omer
Count
05/10/14
10
Day 4
Day 18 Omer
Count
05/11/14
11
Day 5
Day 19 Omer
Count
05/12/14
12
Day 6
Day 20 Omer
Count
05/13/14
13
Sabbath
Day 21 Omer
Count
05/14/14
14
Day 1
Day 22 Omer
Count
05/15/14
15
Day 2
Day 23 Omer
Count
05/16/14
16
Day 3
Day 24 Omer
Count
05/17/14
17
Day 4
Day 25 Omer
Count
05/18/14
18
Day 5
Day 26 Omer
Count
05/19/14
19
Day 6
Day 27 Omer
Count
05/20/14
20
Sabbath
Day 28 Omer
Count
05/21/14
21
Day 1
Day 29 Omer
Count
05/22/14
22
Day 2
Day 30 Omer
Count
05/23/14
23
Day 3
Day 31 Omer
Count
05/24/14
24
Day 4
Day 32 Omer
Count
05/25/14
25
Day 5
Day 33 Omer
Count
05/26/14
26
Day 6
Day 34 Omer
Count
05/27/14
27
Sabbath
Day 35 Omer
Count
05/28/14
28
Renewal
Renewal Day
 
05/29/14
29
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Month of Sivan
Day 1
Day 36 Omer
Count
05/30/14
1
Day 2
Day 37 Omer
Count
05/31/14
2
Day 3
Day 38 Omer
Count
06/01/14
3
Day 4
Day 39 Omer
Count
06/02/14
4
Day 5
Day 40 Omer
Count
06/03/14
5
Day 6
Day 41 Omer
Count
06/04/14
6
Sabbath
Day 42 Omer
Count
06/05/14
7
Day 1
Day 43 Omer
Count
06/06/14
8
Day 2
Day 44 Omer
Count
06/07/14
9
Day 3
Day 45 Omer
Count
06/08/14
10
Day 4
Day 46 Omer
Count
06/09/14
11
Day 5
Day 47 Omer
Count
06/10/14
12
Day 6
Day 48 Omer
Count
06/11/14
13
Sabbath
Day 49 Omer
Count
06/12/14
14
Shavuot
Day 50 Omer
Count
06/13/14
15
Day 2
 
 
06/14/14
16
Day 3
 
 
06/15/14
17
Day 4
 
 
06/16/14
18
Day 5
 
 
06/17/14
19
Day 6
 
 
06/18/14
20
Sabbath
 
 
06/19/14
21
Day 1
 
 
06/20/14
22
Day 2
 
 
06/21/14
23
Day 3
 
 
06/22/14
24
Day 4
 
 
06/23/14
25
Day 5
 
 
06/24/14
26
Day 6
 
 
06/25/14
27
Sabbath
 
 
06/26/14
28
Renewal
Renewal Day
 
06/27/14
29
Renewal
Renewal Day
 
06/28/14
30
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Month of Tishri (Ethanim)
Yom Teruah
 
 
09/26/14
1
Day 2
 
 
09/27/14
2
Day 3
 
 
09/28/14
3
Day 4
 
 
09/29/14
4
Day 5
 
 
09/30/14
5
Day 6
 
 
10/01/14
6
Sabbath
 
 
10/02/14
7
Day 1
 
 
10/03/14
8
Day 2
 
 
10/04/14
9
Yom Kippur
 
 
10/05/14
10
Day 4
 
 
10/06/14
11
Day 5
 
 
10/07/14
12
Day 6
 
 
10/08/14
13
Sabbath
 
 
10/09/14
14
Sukkot
Day 1 Sukkot
 
10/10/14
15
Day 2
Day 2 Sukkot
 
10/11/14
16
Day 3
Day 3 Sukkot
 
10/12/14
17
Day 4
Day 4 Sukkot
 
10/13/14
18
Day 5
Day 5 Sukkot
 
10/14/14
19
Day 6
Day 6 Sukkot
 
10/15/14
20
Sabbath
Day 7 Sukkot
 
10/16/14
21
Eighth Day
 
 
10/17/14
22
Day 2
 
 
10/18/14
23
Day 3
 
 
10/19/14
24
Day 4
 
 
10/20/14
25
Day 5
 
 
10/21/14
26
Day 6
 
 
10/22/14
27
Sabbath
 
 
10/23/14
28
Renewal
Renewal Day
 
10/24/14
29
Renewal
Renewal Day
 
10/25/14
30
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Month of Adar
Day 1
 
 
02/20/15
1
Day 2
 
 
02/21/15
2
Day 3
 
 
02/22/15
3
Day 4
 
 
02/23/15
4
Day 5
 
 
02/24/15
5
Day 6
 
 
02/25/15
6
Sabbath
 
 
02/26/15
7
Day 1
 
 
02/27/15
8
Day 2
 
 
02/28/15
9
Day 3
 
 
03/01/15
10
Day 4
 
 
03/02/15
11
Day 5
 
 
03/03/15
12
Day 6
 
 
03/04/15
13
Purim
 
 
03/05/15
14
Purim
 
 
03/06/15
15
Day 2
 
 
03/07/15
16
Day 3
 
 
03/08/15
17
Day 4
 
 
03/09/15
18
Day 5
 
 
03/10/15
19
Day 6
 
 
03/11/15
20
Sabbath
 
 
03/12/15
21
Day 1
 
 
03/13/15
22
Day 2
 
 
03/14/15
23
Day 3
 
 
03/15/15
24
Day 4
 
 
03/16/15
25
Day 5
 
 
03/17/15
26
Day 6
 
 
03/18/15
27
Sabbath
 
 
03/19/15
28
Renewal
Renewal Day
 
03/20/15
29
Renewal
Renewal Day
 
03/21/15
30