Astronomic Mathematical Architecture


  • The purpose of these formulas is to match the correct solar year with a correct calendar mimicking astronomic reality.
  • (y) represents a chosen year.
  • (x) equals 231.
  • (e) is a decimal equivalent matching one figure from the rotational tables.
  • (n) is a single whole integer representing a cycle of 231 years in the A.D. era.
  • To use the formulas, pick any solar year from 3200 B.C. through A.D. 10,000.
  • If it’s a B.C. year, dividing that year by 231 results in an equivalent.
  • In the A.D. formula, you must determine both (y) and (n).
  • When using the year integer (n), use only the whole number from the calculation.
  • B.C. years are descending and A.D. years are ascending requiring negative equivalents for the A.D. era.
  • Zero year can be calculated correctly using both formulas.
  • Once the equivalent is calculated match it to the calendar number in the rotational tables.
  • Roman numerals lack a zero thus there was no zero year, meaning the Ephemeris calendar which has a zero year is one year behind the Gregorian calendar – A.D. 2019 Gregorian calendar is calculated as A.D. 2018 in the Ephemeris calendar.

This universal calendar is capable of absorbing all other calendars ever used. Use the Millennium Ephemeris calendars

      • A.D. 2000 was: -0.341991 = [2000-(9*231)] / 231 = cal. # 5.
      • A.D. 2018 is: -0.264069 = [2018-(9*231)] / 231 = cal. # 13.
      • A.D. 2019 is: -0.25974 = [2019-(9*231)] /231 = cal. #1.
      • A.D. 2020 is: -0.255411 = [2020-(9*231)] / 231 = cal. #2.

    Defining the Mathematically Accurate Ephemeris Day of the Week

    A.D. 2018 Ephemeris calendar

                • The above calendar is the mathematically accurate Ephemeris calendar for the Gregorian year A.D. 2019.
                • It is identified as Ephemeris Year A.D. 2018; a Jan. 1st Friday, Leap Year – #13 generic ephemeris calendar.
                • Thus, Gregorian year A.D. 2019 is in reality a mathematical leap year.
                • The red square is the correct placement of the leap day for that year.

    231-year mathematic cycle repeated seven times

    84,371 days/56 leap days = 1506.625 leap day cycle.

    Or, 33-year mathematic cycle

    12,053 days/8 leap days = 1506.625 leap day cycle.

    1506.625 days = 5th year, 15th hour.

    3013.25 days = 9th year, 6th hour.

    4519.875 days = 13th year, 21st hour.

    6026.5 days = 17th year, 12th hour.

    7533.125 days = 21st year, 3rd hour.

    9039.75 days = 25th year, 18th hour.

    10,546.375 days = 29th year, 9th hour.

    12,053 days = 33rd year, 24th hour.


    An explanation must be rendered for the alignment of the calendar. All accurate calendars are aligned to our solar existence astronomically/mathematically. All lunar calendars must be adjusted to match solar alignment. The authorized alignment is the equinoctial point; “either of the two points at which the celestial equator and the ecliptic intersect each other”. Equinox is defined as, “the time when the sun crosses the plane of the earth’s equator, making night and day of approximately equal length all over the earth and occurring about March 21 (vernal equinox) and Sept 22 (autumnal equinox).

    Inaccurate Gregorian mathematics requires the word “approximately”, “about” instead of exactly, and “Sept 22” instead of Sept 21st.  In Jean Meeus’s ASTRONOMICAL TABLETS OF THE SUN, MOON AND PLANETS, p. 151 you will find the supposed equinox for Gregorian year A.D. 2019 as March 20th. The reason for this discrepancy is computers are incapable of utilizing an ellipse so astrophysics forces a 365-day year into a Greek 360° circle. Astromathics continually deletes days mathematically to make the Gregorian calendar appear as accurate. They know quite well the equinox occurs on March 21st at 12:00 noon exactly, establishing the framework for chronology and chronometry; Moses said so.


    To determine the correct mathematical ephemeris day of the week (“seventh day” Gen. 2:2; “holy sabbath” Ex. 16:23; “To day” Psalms 95:7; “rest” Heb. 3:11; “temple” Rev. 15:8), one must understand the mathematical determination of the number seven. It’s all about the rotation of the seven days of the week and the multiples of that number. Once the math is finished the correct generic calendar can be determined for each year and aligned with the March 21st equinox to define the day of the week.

    The first step is to determine the amount of days since Jan. 1st. January 1st as beginning day of the year is rooted long ago in the Roman Republic calendar and isn’t disputed today. Count the number of days in the Gregorian year including the current day. If it’s February 10th for instance that would be 41 days in the Gregorian calendar. Next count off that amount of days in the Ephemeris calendar to determine what day of the week and month is accurate. For instance May 19th in the Gregorian calendar is 31 + 28 + 31 + 30 + 19 days = 139 days. In the Ephemeris calendar subtract the month days from that total to arrive at the amount of excess days in the final month. In other words 139 days minus 31 days = 108 days. 108 days minus 28 days = 80 days. 80 days minus 30 days = 50 days. 50 days minus 31 days = 19 days which is May 19th, 2018; a Tuesday.

    Tuesday, May 19, 2018 Ephemeris calendar is the exact same day the Gregorian calendar fraudulently describes as Sunday, May 19th, 2019. I have often heard the excuse “what does it matter”, referring to what day worship is held. That argument isn’t valid mathematically as the “seventh day” isn’t adjustable. It was 3,872 years after the Creation Week that the seventh day was first called the Sabbath (Ex. 16:23). God’s laws make Saul of Tarsus an Anti-Christ (Galatians 4:8-10). A name can be ephemeral but a number is static! This “fake Jew” (Rev. 2:9; 3:9) claimed the slavery of Shem (Israel in Egypt; Ex. 12:40,41) was a covenant of Abraham (Galatians 3:17,18). Abraham was born in 2233 B.C. and received the “Promise” at 75 years (2158 B.C. – 1584 B.C. = 574 years not 430 years between them – BIG PROBLEM). Not one religious entity in the entire world recognizes God’s mathematical seventh day. The following Gregorian calendar highlights the accurate mathematical seventh day from God’s creative week. Every Wednesday in Gregorian A.D. 2019 is a “seventh day”; we should seriously re-establish Prayer Meetings!

    A.D. 2019 Gregorian calendar

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