Friday, June 11, 2010

Finding the Moon: Following Yahweh's Calendar

Following the moon cycle:The path of Yah's Calendar

The lunar orbit of the moon takes approximately 29.5 days to travel from it's invisible beginning, to return to its recurring appointment with the sun, in which it again becomes a shadowy figure, as it lies too close to alignment with the sun to be seen.

If we are following the calendar of scripture, ordained by our God Yahweh, it is essential to observe the moon so that we know where we are on His calendar. 

Throughout the month though, there are unmistakable signs of where the moon is, in its planetary path. We can know to the day, what day of the lunar month it is, simply by observing the moon, and its position in the sky.

Below is a handy chart that you can print and use for observing the moon throughout each month.

 The information on this chart is based on current known available information. If you find errors, or additional information that would be of benefit, please feel free to let me know. 

1 comment:

  1. Shalom. Your chart has been helpful to me since 2010. Thank you so much. I'm just confused on Day 28. How it is so? How come if waning crescent moon is seen on day 28, it will be 29 day month? How come if it is not seen on day 29, it will be a 30 day month? Isn't otherwise? Todah rabbah. - Gerry Gumba from the Philippines.