Here’s the part that blew my head off when I counted the days on a computer lunar app called

Hermetic systems.
When we count from the end of the Day of Atonement

**1260 days,** it resets itself to the start of the Hebrew New Year Day, the 1st of Abib (Nisan) three and a half years later. So, the special festival in the middle year is actually a 'fulcrum' between two significant counts. Each 'time, times and half a time' had an additional month added to the 'base' 42 months, making 43 lunar months on both sides - a total of 86 lunar months altogether. Please examine the diagram taking note that the Day of Atonement stands independently between the two counts.

Notice how the first ‘t, t, + ½ t’ was precisely

**3.5 solar years,** but the second ‘t, t, + ½ t’ was

**1260 days.** From what I can see, every Sabbatical cycle (week) follows this pattern.

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Here’s the part that blew my head off when I counted the days on a computer lunar app called

Hermetic systems.
When we count from the end of the Day of Atonement

**1260 days,** it resets itself to the start of the Hebrew New Year Day, the 1st of Abib (Nisan) three and a half years later. So, the special festival in the middle year is actually a 'fulcrum' between two significant counts. Each 'time, times and half a time' had an additional month added to the 'base' 42 months, making 43 lunar months on both sides - a total of 86 lunar months altogether. Please examine the diagram taking note that the Day of Atonement stands independently between the two counts.

Notice how the first ‘t, t, + ½ t’ was precisely

**3.5 solar years,** but the second ‘t, t, + ½ t’ was

**1260 days.** From what I can see, every Sabbatical cycle (week) follows this pattern.

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