Friday, April 16, 2010

Shabbat Shalom Yerushal�yim! Happy Birthday on Monday to Israel

Happy Birthday on Monday Israel!
    Shabbat Shalom Yerushal�yim!

Israel became a nation again on May 14 1948 at 4:00 pm according to the Western Pagan-based calendar.

On HaShem's calendar however Yom Ha'Atzmaut is the 5th day of the month of Iyar.

This year that date is this Monday.

Western calenders are solar based and dedicated to the Pagan Gods. Only the Hebrew calendar is dedicated to HaShem.

This year Yom Ha'Atzmaut (Independence day) is April 19. Its different each year. Israelis will be celebrating on this Yom Sheini.

God's Calendar and Ours:

The Jewish calendar has the following days:

Yom Rishon First Day (Sunday: Day to worship Sol Invictus (sun gods)

Yom Sheini Second Day (Monday: Day to worship the Moon (moon gods)

Yom Shlishi Third Day (Tuesday: Day to worship Tiew (Mars)

Yom R'vi'i Fourth Day (Wednesday: Day to worship Wodan (Mercury)

Yom Chamishi Fifth Day (Thursday: Day to worship Thor (Jupiter)

Yom Shishi Sixth Day (Friday: Day to worship Fria (Venus)

Yom Shabbat Sabbath Day (Saturday: Day to worship Saturn)

The Jewish calendar has the following months:

English Number Length Civil Equivalent
Nissan 1 30 days March-April
Iyar 2 29 days April-May
Sivan 3 30 days May-June
Tammuz 4 29 days June-July
Av 5 30 days July-August
Elul 6 29 days August-September
Tishri 7 30 days September-October
Cheshvan 8 29 or 30 days October-November
Kislev 9 30 or 29 days November-December
Tevet 10 29 days December-January
Shevat 11 30 days January-February
Adar I (leap years only) 12 30 days February-March
(called Adar Beit in leap years)
(13 in leap years)
29 days February-March

Shalom and Maranatha,

May HaShem bless and protect Jerusalem and Israel from Barry Sotero (aka Obama) and the enemies of God!

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