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Wednesday, April 03, 2024

Year 8 and the 9 Months - Part 3

Part 1

Part 2

For those following these posts, the timeline that I proposed is based on R' Ari Goldwag's video, but slightly different than that of his timeline.  R' Ari is counting 9 lunar months from Av until Adar Bet.  My calculation is counting 9 solar months from Tamuz (July 8th) until 2 days before Rosh Hodesh Nissan (April 7th) - based on the Tekufot.  

As I explained in detail in Part 2, the beginning of the 9 months started on the day of Tekufat Tamuz.  The October 7th massacre occurred on the secular day of Tekufat Tishri (which occurred Oct. 7th at 9:39PM).  This was also explained in detail.  

The end of the 9 months' "pregnancy" - also known as the "birth" - falls out on Tekufat Nissan, which is 2 days before Rosh Hodesh Nissan, or April 7th at 12:39 PM, if all this is accurate.

See the Wikipedia chart by clicking here and scrolling up very slightly.  Note that the Tekufot I'm referring to are according to Shemu'el - not Rav Adda.  Halachically (e.g. for reciting Barech Aleinu/Vetein Tal Umatar in the Diaspora), we follow Shemuel's Tekufot.

It follows that there will be 4 days in a row next week with important significance:

April 6th - Shabbat HaHodesh - we read about the importance of Nissan and the Korban Pesah
April 7th - Tekufat Nissan
April 8th - Solar Eclipse in the USA (a bad sign for the nations, according to the gemara Sukkah 29a)
April 9th - Rosh Hodesh Nissan

May these days bring good tidings.


At Wed Apr 03, 07:12:00 PM 2024, Blogger Devorah said...

If you count 271 days from Tisha b'Av 2023 you arrive at first day Pesach 2024. 271 days is the length of a pregnancy in the Talmud.

At Wed Apr 03, 08:06:00 PM 2024, Blogger Aaron said...


At Thu Apr 04, 03:29:00 AM 2024, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow. Amazing thank you for the calculations. So exciting to have so many simanim pointing to the time were in now. Pesach cleaning just got very deep. (Internally) Lets keep on doing Teshuva and anticipating each day becoming The day of the geula shelema! Thanks so much for your blog.
~michal rus


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