This is an updated PowerPoint with changes in the Karaite/Cresentist 2011 calendar slides because of adding a 30th day to Elul in which the Full Moon will now fall on their calendar prematurely on the 13th of Tishrei, two days before the beginning of Sukkot on their 15th, also giving their calendar 6 months during the year when the Full Moon falls prematurely on the 13th, 5 times on the 14th and only once of their 15th. They will have seven 30 day months and only five 29 day months, ending the year with the count of 355 days in their calendar when it is only suppose to have 354 days in a year with six 30 day months and six 29 day months. The PowerPoint addresses when does the lunar month begin? Does the lunar month begin on the day the conjunction takes place or on the first sighting of the waxing crescent moon, forward to the next day? What is at stake is the importance of following and observing all the "moed" or appointed times on the actual appointed days as commanded in Torah by Yahuwah in Leviticus chapter 23 which is a very important subject for believers. In this PowerPoint I address the Bookend Model which is actually the Priestly Calendar.

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Bill Sanford

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