Days to Passover

DAYS TO PASSOVER©

ARISTEO CANLAS FERNANDO
Peace Crusader and Echo of the Holy Spirit

 

The table below shows the events prior to the Jewish Passover as per account in the Holy Bible: 

Days to Passover

Jewish date Proleptic Gregorian Date Day of week Event

Reference

6

Av 8, 3760 July 26, 1 BC Wed Bethany, home of Lazarus John 12:1

5

Av 9, 3760 July 27, 1 BC Thu Triumphant entry to Jerusalem Matt 21:1Mark 11:1

Luke 19:30-38

John 12:12

4

Av 10, 3760 July 28, 1 BC Fri Cursing of fig tree Matt 21:18-22Mark 11:12-14

3

Av 11, 3760 July 29, 1 BC Sat    

2

Av 12, 3760 July 30, 1 BC Sun Discourses of Jesus in Matt 23, 24, 25 Matt 26:2

1

Av 13, 3760 July 31, 1 BC Mon    

0

Av 14, 3760 August 1, 1 BC Tue Passover, arrest of Jesus at the Garden of Gethsemane Matt 26:17Luke 22:7

 

In 1 BC, the Jews were using two types of calendar: a purely lunar calendar wherein the Passover Festival (Pesach) was fixed and a lunisolar calendar wherein New Year’s Day (Rosh Hashana),  Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur), and Feast of Tabernacle (Succouth) were held. 

The first month of the purely lunar calendar fell in the month of Av in 1 BC.  Hence, the Passover Festival was held from August 1-8, 1 BC or Av 14-22, 3760.

This therefore gives credence to the revelation of the Holy Spirit who we (plural) talk to that Jesus Christ was crucified on August 17 that I first heard in 1983.  I have proven that the revealed date is true and correct in a study I did from 1999 to 2003 wherein I found the year to be 1 BC.  The results of my study can be found at http://aristean.org/crucifyidx.htm

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