Ancient Hebrew Calendar

A woman named Michelle first contacted me in September and we quickly became friends and have emailed back and forth.  She told me that she had figured out the ancient Hebrew calendar and the Sabbath days.  She sent me a link to her website and a file of her calendar on a spreadsheet.  I didn’t completely understand the calendar, but I made a few graphics to try to figure out how the Sabbaths would work out in the 360 day calendar.   At first, I didn’t completely follow her template of the calendar, and just counted every seven days going around the degree circle.  This calendar left a 4 degree gap at the top of the calendar.

Michelle explains about her calendar on her website.

Michelle’s website link:

On October 29th she sent me an email explaining that there is a connection between the Sabbath dates and the Solfeggio tone’s sequence.  It took me awhile, but I figured out what she was explaining to me and how it works out in the calendar.  I worked on a graphic to see if this is what she meant in her explanation, and she said that this was correct.

Hebrew Calendar & Solfeggio Tones

Although, I still did’t completely understand how she came up with these dates, I decided to put her calendar in the degree circle to see how it would work out.  To my amazement, I found that the Sabbaths connect 180 degrees to their counterpart dates.  In other words, the 1st, 4th, 7th and 10th months have Sabbath days that are connected by 180 degrees.  Each subsequent Sabbath in the quad dates are actually at 90 degree angles from one another, and the pairs are at 180 degrees from one another.  When I connected the quad months together these Sabbaths form crosses that are similar to the Knights Templar cross and the prime number cross.

Hebrew Calendar 180 Degrees Apart

Esther 1:4-5 New English Translation (NET Bible)

He displayed the riches of his royal glory and the splendor of his majestic greatness for a lengthy period of time—a hundred and eighty days, to be exact! When those days were completed, the king then provided a seven-day banquet for all the people who were present in Susa the citadel, for those of highest standing to the most lowly. It was held in the court located in the garden of the royal palace.

The 180 degree angle of the Sabbaths that are directly connected on the opposite side of the degree circle reminded me of a verse in the book of Esther in the Bible, which mentions 180 days.  I found the verse and then I read the next verse below it to discover that this marked a seven-day banquet.  Well, if you count seven days from the 180 degree marker, then 187 degrees would be the next Sabbath day in the sequence.  This would be the 7th day in the 7th Hebrew month.

Hebrew Calendar 90 Degrees Apart

Here is a graphic of the 360 day calendar with all 3 crosses.

Hebrew Calendar Months Crosses Solfeggio Tones


Precession of the Equinoxes


Precession of the Equinoxes is a slight wobble of the Earth that traces out a full circle every 25,920 years.  The Earth’s axis points towards each of the 12 constellations of the zodiac during the 25,920 years process of making this circle.   For example:  The Earth’s axis pointed in the area of the Aries constellation during the Israelite exodus, and this time was known as the Age of Aries.  Each age last for 2,160 years (25,920/12=2,160)

Precession Cycle & Degree Circle

As you can see from the graphic up above, the Earth’s Precession of the Equinox moves 1 degree every 72 years.  (25,920/72=360 degrees of a circle)

The ancient Hebrew calendar follows a 360 day year, which is not based on the revolution of the Earth around the sun.  A solar year takes 365 days.  The ancient 360 day calendar doesn’t appear to fit a lunar calendar either.  The Moon orbits the Earth every 27.3 days and the lunar phase cycle last 29.5 days from New Moon to the next subsequent New Moon.

The ancient 360 day calendar is following the Precession of the Equinox, so it follows the movement of the Earth and not the sun, moon or the stars.  This is a calendar that will also track the time of the Ages, as well as the days, months and the years.  This calendar is the most perfect calendar, because it tracks time perfectly over thousands of years.

Ancient Jewish Calendar

Each Hebrew month in the degree circle aligns with the vertices of a Star of David.  Six of the months align with the outer points on the star and six of the months align with the inner points of the star.  They also align with the vertices of the Holy of Holies cube.

Esther: 180 Days

Esther 1:4 (NET Bible)

He displayed the riches of his royal glory and the splendor of his majestic greatness for a lengthy period of time—a hundred and eighty days, to be exact! 

It’s interesting to note that Full Moons are 180 degrees opposite of the sun and a New Moon is in between the sun and the Earth.  If we orientate the degree circle facing towards the sun, than the Full Moon would be at 180 degrees from the sun.  The quarter moons are at 90 degrees from the New Moon and the Full Moon on the degree circle.

Phases of the Moon