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The revelation of the Millennial Calendar has been given in large part to Eric Schneggenburger, one of the twelve apostles.  He had studied the calendar for many years, trying to come to a conclusion as to what was Yahweh’s true calendar. 


You will now begin to understand the order of the Millennial Calendar as you read how it unfolded in Eric’s considerations.  Again, keep in mind that the week prevails, especially at the beginning of the new year.  The first day of the new year must always be the first day of a new week.  This, once again, follows the pattern of creation.  You will see how this order works out and impacts the remaining year, as well as the feasts.  Also, as you will see, the feast days and the days of the week always match, the pattern being repetitive from year to year.  You will understand this better as you read here.


Knowing that the present calendars were fraught with many inherent problems and errors, Eric and another gentleman concluded that the Jews and Christians could not be right concerning their calendars.  Eventually, they began considering if there was an alternate day to the Jews’ Saturday sabbath and the Christian’s Sunday sabbath – something that would make the calendar work.  The problem was that there had to be a consistent, enduring relationship between the appointed times and the full moon. 


In 2003 they began examining what would happen to the calendar if Monday was the sabbath; but they soon realized that that would not work.  So the next year they began examining what would happen if Tuesday was the true sabbath.  But that too was afflicted with incongruency.  Then at Tabernacles, 2004, they considered the outcome if Wednesday was the true sabbath.  Given the conflicting opinions and even seemingly conflicting scriptures and inherent difficulties that Eric had thus far experienced, at this point he came to the conclusion that these conflicting issues were irreconcilable, and he pretty much gave up on resolving this matter.


The main remaining problem for Eric was that with the first month of the year beginning on a first day with a sabbath on day seven, he was troubled that in the seventh month this meant that the sabbath would always fall on day four.  Under the Passover-first calendar, the sabbaths in the first month would always be on the seventh, fourteenth, and twenty-first.  This, of course, meant that Passover, on the fourteenth, was on a seventh-day sabbath, as well as the last day of Unleavened Bread, which was on the twenty-first. 


Let us illustrate this first month in a simple way.  In the days laid out here, the larger bold underlined numbers are the sabbaths, the purple number is Passover, and the blue numbers are the seven days of Unleavened Bread. 


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But, when it came to the seventh month and Tabernacles, the sabbaths fell on the days that totally missed all the significant days of the feast.  The sabbath days were the fourth, eleventh, and eighteenth.  In fact, the sabbath of the eighteenth fell right in the middle of Tabernacles, which takes place from the fifteenth to the twenty-first, with a holy convocation on the twenty-second.


In the days laid out here, again the larger bold underlined numbers are the sabbaths, the red number is Trumpets, the blue numbers are the seven days of Tabernacles, and the green number is the eighth-day holy convocation.  Atonement on the tenth will not be addressed.


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It is quite interesting that this sabbath in the middle of the seven days of Tabernacles is the very day that Yahshua went into Jerusalem after telling His disciple that He would not go to the feast – “But when it was now the [lit.] middle of the feast [of Tabernacles], Jesus went up into the temple and began to teach” (John 7:14).  Yahshua changed His mind and did go to Tabernacles on the Millennial Calendar sabbath, which is undoubtedly a prophetic message for us today.


Before continuing, we must add some important information in order for you to understand that which will be addressed next.  There were seven days called holy convocations which required assembly in Jerusalem, and there could be no labor.  Though they were not seventh-day sabbaths, they were in fact still sabbaths.  The Hebrew word for “sabbath” means “to cease, or to rest.”  On these seven days they were to cease from their works, just as any seventh-day sabbath required.  These seven holy convocation sabbaths were:


  1. Passover (though for the Jew this would have been the first day of Unleavened Bread)
  2. The seventh and final day of Unleavened Bread
  3. Pentecost
  4. Trumpets
  5. Atonement
  6. The first day of Tabernacles
  7. The eight and final day of Tabernacles


Let us now continue.  Initially, Eric tried to keep the months complete weeks.  Also, he assumed that it was critical that the holy convocations of both of these feasts coincide in some manner with the seventh-day sabbaths, which he found would not happen at Tabernacles.  But in August, 2005, Yahweh showed him the justification of letting one week overlap the sixth and seventh months – in other words, splitting a week.  When he saw that the full moon came on the fourth day in creation, it freed him to make the fourth day of the week the first day of the seventh month.  Once he was willing to do this, the remainder of the calendar worked out so that the year ended on a sabbath.  This finishing point was necessary so that, as we have noted, the first day of the first month would be the first day of a new week. 


It is quite significant that before Yahweh flipped the feasts and Trumpets/Tabernacles was the beginning of the year, that feast did what Eric felt needed to take place – possesses a more complete correlation between the sabbath and the holy days.  Following is how Trumpets/Tabernacles would have taken place relative to the sabbaths before the flip. 


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Since the first day of Tabernacles on the fifteenth is a holy convocation sabbath, along with the holy convocation on the twenty-second, what that did was make two periods of back-to-back double portion sabbaths – the fourteenth and the fifteenth, as well as the twenty-first and the twenty-second.


It is very revealing that when Yahweh reversed these two feasts, giving the greater glory to Passover and making Tabernacles the death work, He literally gave the glory to the first month.  Let us consider what the month of Passover was like before the reversal.


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As you can see, the day of Passover on the fourteenth loses its glory of being a seventh-day sabbath as well, along with the last day of Unleavened Bread.  The middle of the feast is the only seventh-day sabbath.  This will now be the case with Passover after Trumpets, October 25, 2007, when Trumpets/Tabernacles is restored to being the first month, and Passover returns to being the seventh month.  And by restoring Trumpets/Tabernacles back to its original place as the beginning of the year, its original relationship to the sabbaths is restored as well.


Let us note here also that the calendar that Yahweh has revealed to the Bride is just the opposite of that of Christians and Jews.  We have already noted that Yahweh flips things.  It is quite revealing that the Christian’s and the Jews’ calendars with their crescent-moon-darkness and evening-darkness beginnings, have sabbaths that are just opposite the Millennial Calendar.  The Jews’ and Christian’s Saturday and Sunday sabbaths are located opposite the Millennial Calendar’s Wednesday sabbath.  From the Jews’ Saturday sabbath, going backwards we find that the Bride’s Wednesday sabbath is the third day away.  From Christianity’s Sunday sabbath forward, the Bride’s Wednesday sabbath is equally the third day away.  Quite revealingly and appropriately, the true calendar is the opposite, the reverse, the flip, the antithesis of the Jews’ and Christian’s calendars.








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