Creation Day Numbers

Creation Day Number
Revised for 2017 

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Mathematical suppositions and computations:

  1. Sunday was the first (1st) day of Creation.
  2. From the first (1st) day of Creation to the end of Noah’s 600th year of life, 2,255 years passed (Septuagint, Josephus).
  3. Noah’s 601st birthday occurred within the year of flood.
  4. During the year of flood, there was an epact or transfer of the calendar from a lunar 360-day year to the new solar 365.242424-day year.
  5. Enoch’s lunar 365 year prophecy of the solar calendar (lunar year equals solar day) was the precedent for Lamech’s 182nd year fathering of Noah equaling July 2nd in the solar year, also the founding day of America freedom.
  6. The commencing of the “fountains of the great deep” (Noah’s flood) was 2-27 (second month, twenty seventh day; 6:00 pm – 6:00 pm) lunar calendar corresponding to October 31st, 6:00 pm to November 1st, 6:00 pm solar (Millennium) calendar or actually ¾ of November 1st. The year of flood was 3200 B.C.
  7. If 2-27 (lunar, 12 month, 30 days per month, 360-day calendar) matched November 1st solar calendar, working backwards it computed to 4th month 23rd day of the 2,256th year from Creation matching January 1st in a new solar calendar.
  8. To arrive at the first day of the solar calendar:
    • 2,255 years * 360 = 811,800 days.
    • 4 months and 23 days = 143 days.
    • 811,800 + 143 = 811,943 days or first day of the new solar calendar.
    • That day was a Friday because 811,943 / 7 = xxx.8571, which is equal to the sixth day of Creation (6/7 = 0.8571) a Friday.
    • The solar calendar began with a January 1st, Friday non-leap year.
  9. Naturally, the conclusion is Noah was confused about what day of the week it really was since he didn’t mention a day of the week in relationship to a date.
  10. From the first solar day – Friday, January 1st, 3200 B.C. non-leap year until December 31st, A.D. 33 (inclusively) is a multiple of the 33-year life of Jesus Christ. Since Christ was the Creator, his life is the mathematical image of our solar reality; establishing the 33-year rotation of the calendar for A.D. 33 as a January 1st, Wednesday leap year (Millennium Ephemeris calendar #10). Those two (2) calendars (3200 B.C. and A.D. 33) correspond in alignment in the ephemeris theory terminus calendar rotation. When the leap day is inserted does matter, it must match the 1584 B.C. rotation.
  11. There are two (2) repeating cycles involved in ephemeris theory, the 33-year life of Christ continuous cycle and the 231-year mathematical identical repeating cycle. From the first (1st) day of 3200 B.C. to the last day of A.D. 33 (inclusive of both days), there are 98 cycles of 33 years or 14 cycles of 231 years. Jesus Christ lived for 33 years or 12,053 days from his circumcision April 3rd, 1 B.C. to April 3rd, A.D. 31 (metaphorically “cloud”).
  12. To arrive at the amount of days elapsed from the Sunday of Creation week inclusive of the last day of A.D. 33:
    • 811,943 days elapsed from the Sunday of Creation week inclusive of the first (1st) day of the solar calendar. Subtract one (1) day to avoid counting January 1st, 3200 B.C. twice, totaling 811,942 days.
    • From the first solar day (January 1st, 3200 B.C.) inclusive of the last day of A.D. 33 are 98 cycles of 33 years or 98 * 12,053 = 1,181,194 days.
    • Add 811,942 + 1,181,194 = 1,993,136 days equals December 31st, A.D. 33.
  13. To arrive at the Creation Day Number:
    • There are 60 cycles of 33 years from January 1st, A.D. 34 inclusive of December 31st, 2013.
    • 60 * 12,053 = 723,180 + 1,993,136 = 2,716,316 days.
    • Add 365 days for year 2014.
    • Add 365 days for year 2015.
    • Add 365 days for year 2016.
    • Add one day for January 1st, 2017.
    • 365 * 3 = 1,095 + 1 = 1,096.
    • 2,716,316 + 1,096 = 2,717,412 days.
    • Add 37 days for Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden (p. 378).
    • 2,717,412 + 37 = 2,717,449 Creation days from the Sunday of Creation week including January 1st, A.D. 2017.
  14. The proof of 3200 B.C. being the year of flood is pp. 317-321.
  15. The solar tropical year is 365.242424.
  16. If you attempt to find the beginning day of the calendar for the year 2017 by dividing by seven (7), the system throws a curve ball at you. The mold was changed at the year of flood when the new mathematical beginning day became a Friday (first day of 3200 B.C.), 1/7 = 0.14, instead of the Sunday of Creation week.
    • So, 1,181,194 + 723,180 = 1,904,374 days.
    • Add 1,096 + 1,904,374 = 1,905,470.
    • 1,905,470 / 7 = 272,210 a whole number.
    • Friday 1/7 = 0.1428; Saturday 2/7 = 0.2857; Sun. = 0.4285; Mon. = 0.5714; Tues. = 0.7142; Wed. = 0.8571; 7/7=1, a whole number.
    • January 1st, 2017 is a Thursday (Millennium Ephemeris calendar #4.
    • The concurrent Gregorian calendar would be A.D. 2018 January 1st Monday – go figure!