The 9th New Moon Day

hhag HhO-desh SA-ME-YAHh: Happy New Moon Day

This may conceivably be within the time frame of the conception of John (Heb., YA-hu-hha-NAN) the Immerser (aka, Baptist)

Creation Day:  The Pattern of New Moons to Come

Every month, on the first day of the month, that is, the Scriptural month, not the papal month we use today, it would be a nice thing to look at 3 things.  The first thing, there is the original pattern of days in Genesis.Second of all, there are events along the Exodus Journey that would give pause for meditation.  Third, but not least, it is important to look to the New Covenant Scriptures (Heb., Brith HhA-de-ShAH) for Messianic significance showing that the Old Covenant is the New Covenant consealed and the New Covenant is the Old Covenant revealed.   With relation to this 9th New Moon, we will look at these three components of Scripture in these 3 specific venues:  (1) The creation day pattern in Genesis, setting up a template for New Moons to follow: (2) The Hebrew in the Creator’s restoration of the Calendar to Moses (Heb., mo-ShEH or mo-ShAH; Egyptian, MO-se-US); and (3) The Conceivably Possible Conception of John (Heb., YA-hu-hha-NAN) the Baptist (better, Immersion Witness).

(1) We will begin with the creation day pattern in Genesis, setting up a template for New Moons to follow.


The LHV is the Lashon HaBrith Version is a translation from Hebrew with an eye toward expressing the original intent of the Hebrew text while taking into account the parametric variations between Hebrew and English.  Sometimes a literal treatment of the text can bring certain helpful insights about Hebrew, but we need to understand that the mode of expression is quite different from Hebrew.

For example, whereas Hebrew is what Linguists categorize syntactically as a V-S-O (Verb-Subject-Object) language, English is categorized as a S-V-O (Subject-Verb-Object language.  Although there may be some prosaic justification used in employing Hebrew syntax in English, such justification does not overpower the fluidity of reading English using English syntax.  Whenever Hebrew uses English style syntax, it is usually parenthetical, hence the parenthesis in this translation.

To see the pattern alluded to here. we may link to a Facebook Note created by the author.  Click on “Arranged and Adorned”


(2)  The Hebrew in the Creator’s restoration of the Calendar to Moses (Heb., mo-ShEH or mo-ShAH; Egyptian, MO-se-US)

Suffice it to say that the term “month” and “new moon” are possible translations for the Hebrew term HhO-desh, it is often very revealing to see the translation of “month” as “new moon day”.   We will look here at the Lashon HaBrith Version for Exodus 12:1,2 to see what happens in this case when New Moon replaces the word “month” in the day the Creator restored the calendar from the Egyptian solar only calendar to a luni-solar calendar.Slide08

Jonathan Cahn would agree with me on this translation, I’m quite sure, based on his you tube video on “You Would Be Surprized To Discover When the Messiah Was Really Born.”  The Messiah are my words. His were (Jesus/Yeshua).

Now we will turn to the New Covenant Portion

(3) The Conceivably Possible Conception of John (Heb., YA-hu-hha-NAN) the Baptist (better, Immersion Witness)

When we look at Josephus’s 2 24 week cycle pattern for the service of the priestly families, we can see that there are 2 times when Zechariah could have been serving, knowing that he was serving in the course of Abia (also Abijah, Heb., ‘A-bhi-YA-hu), which was 8th course or week, and that the 8th week of the first cycle would be the 4th week of the 2nd month and the 8th week of the second cycle would be the 4th week of the 8th month, that leaves us with 2 choices.  We might like what happens much better when we take the 2nd cycle which lands Zechariah’s service in the 4th week of the 8th month.  Since we are in the 1st day of the 9th month, today could conceivably be the anniversary of when the fore-runner of the Messiah was conceived, actually, perhaps within the first 10 days of the month.  If this is true, J the B could very well have been born at the Day of Atonement (Literally, Coverings) during the 49th year of the 80th Jubilee from creation day while the trumpets are heralding the coming of the Jubilee all over Israel, and place the birth of the Messiah 6 months later on the first New Moon Day of the 80th Jubilee!  Oh that we may see such a wonderful parallel.

-Robert Burden

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For more information on these topics, please see these Facebook Notes/Articles.

The Day The Creator Created the “Heavens” and the Earth

Is “Let There Be Light” The Best Translation of the Text in Gen 1:3?

Month 1: The Messiah/Menorah Timeline ConnectionThe Messiah & The First New Moon Day

New Year’s Day Reality Check

Spelling the word ‘E-lo-HIM in Hebrew by the Numbers

Where is the New Jerusalem?

Are the Words Translated “Created” and “Made”: Are They Interchangeable?

Creation Day And the Week After: A Pattern For Beginning Every Month