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HEBREW   CALENDAR   2008 - 2009

FOR THE JEWISH YEAR - 5769
From September 30, 2008 ---Through--- September 18, 2009 - 354 days


This is the BIBLICAL ecclesiastical calendar, displaying days/dates which are according to the Word of God.
This is NOT today's Orthodox Jewish ecclesiastical calendar, which deviates from their OWN Holy Scriptures (Torah, Tanakh).
Click Here - See NOTE - At the bottom of this Web page for a more thorough explanation.



  HIGH   HOLY   DAYS   are shown with a White Font on a Black Background  

  Other Major   FEAST / FESTIVAL   DAYS   are shown with a Black Font on a Gray Background  
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Hebrew Calendar
A New Calendar Day Begins At Sundown
#7 - Tishri   5769

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On The HEBREW'S Calendar...
Rosh haShanah is: Tuesday, 1 Tishri 5769
Yom Kippur is: Thursday, 10 Tishri 5769
  Sukk'ot is: Tuesday, 15 Tishri 5769  
Sukk'ot ends: Monday, 21 Tishri 5769
Shemini Atzeret is: Tuesday, 22 Tishri 5769
Simchat Torah is: Wednesday, 23 Tishri 5769
#8 - Cheshvan   5769

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#9 - Kislev   5769

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Chanukah Begins: Monday, 25 Kislev 5769
#10 - Tevet   5769

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On The HEBREW'S Calendar...
Chanukah Ends: Monday, 2 Tevet 5769
#11 - Shevat   5769

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#12 - Adar   5769

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On The HEBREW'S Calendar...
Purim is: Tuesday, 14 Adar 5769
#1 - Nisan   5769

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On The HEBREW'S Calendar...
Pesach is: Wednesday, 14 Nisan 5769
  Chag ha Matzoh is: Thursday, 15 Nisan 5769  
Yom ha Bikkurim is: Sunday, 18 Nisan 5769
Chag ha Matzoh Ends: Wed, 21 Nisan 5769
#2 - Iyar   5769

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#3 - Sivan   5769

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On The HEBREW'S Calendar...

  Shavu'ot is: Sunday, 8 Sivan 5769  
#4 - Tammuz   5769

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#5 - Av   5769

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On The HEBREW'S Calendar...
Tisha B'Av is: Thursday, 9 Av 5769
#6 - Elul   5769

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Gregorian Calendar
A New Calendar Day Begins At Midnight
Sept. - Oct.   2008

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GREGORIAN Calendar: AT SUNDOWN...
Jewish New Year Begins: Monday, Sep. 29, 2008
Day Of Atonement Begins: Wednesday, Oct. 8, 2008
  Tabernacles Begins: Monday, October 13, 2008  
Tabernacles Ends: Monday, October 20, 2008
The 8th Day Begins: Monday, October 20, 2008
End - Annual Torah Reading Cycle: Tue, Oct. 21, 2008
Oct. - Nov.   2008

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GREGORIAN Calendar: AT SUNDOWN...
Hanukkah Begins: Sunday, December 21, 2008
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GREGORIAN Calendar: AT SUNDOWN...
Hanukkah Ends: Monday, December 29, 2008
Jan. - Feb.   2009

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GREGORIAN Calendar: AT SUNDOWN...
Purim Begins: Monday, March 9, 2009
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GREGORIAN Calendar: AT SUNDOWN...
The Passover Begins: Tuesday, April 7, 2009
  Unleavened Bread Begins: Wed, April 8, 2009  
Firstfruits Begins: Saturday, April 11, 2009
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GREGORIAN Calendar: AT SUNDOWN...

  Pentecost Begins: Saturday, May 30, 2009  
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GREGORIAN Calendar: AT SUNDOWN...
The 9th of Av Begins: Wednesday, July 29, 2009
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Every Friday, at sunset (dusk), is the beginning of the Saturday Sabbath - the observance of SHABBAT.

Every New Waxing Moon - beginning each Hebrew month - is the observance of ROSH CHODESH.

 

END OF HEBREW YEAR - 5769


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There are many other minor Jewish celebrations and
less significant observances of the Hebrews.

Some of them are:


THE DAYS OF AWE - (Yamim Noraim) or the Days of Repentance - Tuesday, 1 Tishri 5769 -thru- Thursday, 10 Tishri 5769;
from sundown Monday, Sep. 29, -thru- sundown Thursday, Oct. 9, 2008.

The FAST OF GEDALLIAH - Thursday, 3 Tishri 5769; which begins at sundown on Wednesday, October 1, 2008.

ASARAH B'TEVET - Tuesday, 10 Tevet 5769; which begins at sundown on Monday, January 5, 2009.

TU B'SHVAT - Monday, 15 Shevat 5769; which begins at sundown on Sunday, February 8, 2009.

The FAST OF ESTHER - Monday, 13 Adar 5769; which begins at sundown on Sunday, March 8, 2009.

SHUSHAN PURIM - Wednesday, 15 Adar 5769; which begins at sundown on Tuesday, March 10, 2009.

COUNTING THE OMER - Sunday, 18 Nisan -thru- Saturday, 7 Sivan 5769;
from sundown Saturday, April 11, -thru- sundown Saturday, May 30, 2009.

PLEASE  NOTE: These are the BIBLICAL days & dates, these are NOT today's Orthodox Jewish days & dates which deviate from their OWN Holy Scriptures (Torah, Tanakh).

CLICK HERE - See NOTE - At the bottom of this Web page for a more thorough explanation.


YOM HA SHOAH - Tuesday, 27 Nisan 5769; which begins at sundown on Monday, April 20, 2009.

YOM HAZIKARON - Tuesday, 4 Iyar 5769; which begins at sundown on Monday, April 27, 2009.

YOM HA'AZMAUT - Wednesday, 5 Iyar 5769; which begins at sundown on Tuesday, April 28, 2009.

LAG B'OMER - Thursday, 20 Iyar 5769; which begins at sundown on Wednesday, May 13, 2009.

YOM YERUSHALAYIM - Friday, 28 Iyar 5769; which begins at sundown on Thursday, May 21, 2009.

The FAST OF SHIVA - Thursday, 17 Tammuz 5769; which begins at sundown on Wednesday, July 8, 2009.

THE THREE WEEKS - Thursday, 17 Tammuz -thru- Thursday, 9 Av 5769;
from sundown Wednesday, July 8, -thru- sundown Wednesday, July 29, 2009.


 

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NOTE:

In 2009, the BIBLICAL Pesach (Passover) begins at sundown (dusk) on Tuesday, April 7, (14 Nisan)
but today's Hebrews celebrate Pesach beginning at sundown (dusk) on Wednesday, April 8 (15 Nisan), a day late.

And, in 2009, the BIBLICAL Shavu'ot (Pentecost) begins at sundown (dusk) on Saturday, May 30, (8 Sivan)
but today's Hebrews celebrate Shavu'ot beginning at sundown (dusk) on Thursday, May 28 (6 Sivan), two [2] days early.

 

AMONG TODAY'S "CULTURAL" HEBREWS:
There have been marked and tremendous departures from God's scriptural commands,
for the Holy Days and dates kept and observed by Hebrews today are different
from those Biblical days and dates established before and during the Exodus.

Moses would never tolerate today's Orthodox Jewish ecclesiastical calendar due to its eccentricities, its many egregious departures and deviations from God's original commands recorded in Torah.

The one [1] single day of The Passover (Pesach) is on 14 Nisan, Exodus 12:6; while the first annual "Pilgrimage" Sabbath is on 15 Nisan - and is called "The Feast Of Unleavened Bread" (Chag haMatzoh). The 7-day-long Feast Of Unleavened Bread begins on the day AFTER The Passover, they are separate and distinct days, just as they occur on different dates.

About which, see:  Ex. 23:14-17  ---  Lev. Chapter 23  ---  Deu. 16:16

Under direction of the Orthodox Jews, modern-day "cultural" Hebrews insist on merging the one (1) singular day of The Passover (Pesach) into the 7-day-long Feast of Unleavened Bread (Chag ha Matzoh). And, also under the direction of Orthodox Jews, today's Hebrews insist that The Passover is to be celebrated on the 15th day of Nisan, on the first-day-Sabbath of the Feast of Unleavened Bread.

The timing of the current Passover practice (15th day) is simply ridiculous. Because of this current Passover practice, it is strongly suspected that there are far more theological bozos and religiously-oriented buffoons in the world, today, than originally suspected. The teachings and beliefs derived from the Hebrew's Babylonian and Jerusalem Talmuds (Rabbinical commentaries) are part & parcel of this childish "Religious" foolishness practiced by Orthodox Jews today.

There is no way for today's "cultural" Hebrews to get around the fact that Orthodox Jews completely reject the specific requirement of observing The Passover on the beginning of the 14th day. Having been ordained by the God of Abraham, The Passover is commanded to be kept, faithfully, on the 14th day by all who CLAIM to be believers in the God of Abraham.

So, there is no excuse today for confusing the 14th day Passover Feast with the 15th day Unleavened Bread Feast. There is no GOOD Biblical reason for holding a Passover Seder, or any part of a Passover celebration, on the 15th day of Nisan.

The example of moving The Passover to the 15th day of Nisan, along with the example of today's Jewish tradition / custom of inventing extra (added) Sabbaths, gives cause to suspect that modern Hebrew religious authorities, the Orthodox Jews, have never even read their OWN Holy Scriptures because they give undue precedence to Rabbinical commentaries (Talmud, et. al.) while ignoring the "LAW" (Torah) and their Holy Scriptures (Tanakh).

Among scripturally astute individuals, much amusement is derived from noting the differences between the beliefs and practices (the customs and traditions) of modern-day "cultural" Hebrews as opposed to what The God Of Abraham has revealed to them in the Holy Scriptures.

The Hebrews possess the "Oracles Of God", yet the Hebrews cannot make any sense out of them at all.

For even if Hebrews actually DO read their own Holy Scriptures,
it is obvious that they do not understand what they are reading.
About which, SEE: Second Corinthians 3:14-16

By moving The Passover to the 15th day of Nisan, the Orthodox Jews have placed The Passover on an Annual High Sabbath Day (A High Holy Day), on one of the God-ordained "Pilgrimage" Sabbath Days.

BUT: God did not originally make The Passover a Sabbath day, and even the Christian Bible's New Testament declares that The Passover is a "Preparation" day, the day BEFORE an Annual High Sabbath Day. (See: John 19:31 - And, see also: Mat. 27:62; Mar 15:42; Luk. 23:54; Joh. 19:42)

Because The Passover has been erroneously relocated to the 15th day of Nisan, modern "cultural" Hebrews follow the dictates of Orthodox Jews (today's Pharisees) and treat The Passover AS IF it were a Sabbath, but The Passover is NOT a Sabbath day - The Passover never was a Sabbath day.

Apparently, Orthodox Jews labor under the delusion that mere men are authorized to move The Passover to a Sabbath day where The Passover had never originally existed, to a new day/date which God had NOT specified and which Moses would never have accepted.

WHO are YOU going to believe?   God, MAYBE?

 

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It is part of Rambam's "13 Principles of Faith," the minimum requirements of Jewish belief.

Jewish Liturgy
Sabbath prayers can be found in The Transliterated Siddur, a complete Shabbat liturgy
available online in English and transliterated Hebrew

 
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