RNCM has it’s last New Moon Announcement for this agricultural year,
The announcement of the 13th Lunar month!
For the Record:
RNCM uses a Photonic Agricultural Calendar
Determining YHWH’s Yearly Feasts according to His Seasons!
A Photonic Agricultural Calendars uses the Yearly Lights of Heaven in alignment with Local Agricultural responses to those Lights, the Sun, Moon, and Stars. Because the entire Biblical Calendar starts with Agriculture, with the start of the year’s first Month being called Abib- after Barley’s Ears; In succession to ABIB’s Barley comes the feast of weeks also being called the first fruits of the Wheat Harvest, and the Feast of Tabernacles also being called the Feast of Ingathering, all of which revolve around A local agricultural harvest and blessing!
NO ABIB? No Abib celebration!
NO WHEAT? No Wheat Harvest to celebrate!
NO INGATHERING? No Ingathering celebration!
So, If you are interested in having a biblically consistent and realistic set of celebrations derived from the WORD of GOD and in tune with the real world Tune In to our current series “How Do We Keep the Feasts?” which will be discussing the start of the Year by Green Ears of Barley, called in Hebrew ‘ABIB’ in a particular location.
Quick Scripture to think about:
The best scripture to directly demonstrate the meaning of ABIB is Exodus 9:31 And the flax and the barley was smitten: for the barley was in the ear /ABIB (אביבH24), and the flax was bolled.
In the Greek Septuagint (LXX) the word pare-stekuia ( παρεστηκυιαG3936 ) is used to indicate that this state of the barley was ‘right-standing’ and able to be damaged by the hail due to it’s hardened stalk having being broken.
So it is due to this photonic-agricultural fact, that No ABIB will be seen in OUR particular location (not to say in YOURS!) that we believe YHWH has used His creation to declare a 13th Month this Biblical Year.
Any serious biblical objections should see William Struse’s Blog article on the subject of the 13th month below