Oct 1, 2017

Preface




Preface


Monday, December 25, 5 B.C. of the old solar calendar of the Jews: Jesus Christ was born in Bethlehem.

Sunday, January 7, 4 B.C. of the old Gregorian calendar of the Astronomy: Jesus Christ was born in Bethlehem.

But the below calendar did not exist in the History. Nevertheless, these dates were the same dates.

Jesus Christ was born after sunset, and Jesus Christ was a Jew.

Sunday, December 24, 5 B.C. of the old solar calendar of the Jews altered Monday, December 25, 5 B.C. of the old solar calendar of the Jews.

Anyway, I adopted the data of Sunday, January 7, 4 B.C. of the old Gregorian calendar of the Astronomy for the date of birth of Jesus Christ.

For writing The Private and Public Life of Jesus Christ which book was made by me, at first I had to decide the date of death of Jesus Christ?

I examined from 15 A.D. until 40 A.D., and I noticed that the feast of the Passover has begun since the sunset of Friday of 27 A.D., and the other years had no value to examine except for them, for they had the contradictions of the day of the week and the period.

4 B.C., Herod the Great passed away. At that time, there was the matter of the lunar eclipse. That is to say, 99.99%, Friday, April 7, 30 A.D., the enemies had crucified Jesus, and Jesus Christ passed away at 3 p.m. on the Cross. So I wrote in the explanation of the Chapter 117 like this: “Therefore, I think that this Chapter is the substantial Chapter 1 of The Private and Public Life of Jesus Christ.”

The next important thing for decide the date of birth of Jesus Christ was to know the beginning date of the Public Life of Jesus Christ in correctly.

The general scholars wrote like this.

“The Public Life of Jesus Christ began in January of 28 A.D.”

However it was not so, as a matter of fact, the Public Life of Jesus Christ had begun since on Wednesday of January 8 of 27 A.D.

My dates were based on the data of the sun and the moon of the Astronomy, and I used the minimum data of Mr. Tsukasa Hasegawa.

The old solar calendar of the Jews had 365.25 days in one year.

Sunday, December 24, 5 B.C. of the old solar calendar of the Jews, the moon which phase of the moon was 9.4 rose at 0:43 p.m.

That afternoon, Joseph and Mary met a shepherd in the pasture, so Joseph got information on the lodging from him. (Luke 2:6-7).

As Mary began the labor, Joseph struck the doors of the houses. But the all inhabitants of Bethlehem refused them, and they arrived at an inn. But the innkeeper refused them also, so they gave up the inn.

The Jews calculated their dates from sunset.

The sun set at 4:53 p.m., and it became on Monday of December 25 of 5 B.C. of the old solar calendar of the Jews, they arrived at the livestock hut which was dug to the mountain. Mary was seventeen years three months and seventeen days old.

The moon’s zenith which phase of the moon was 9.7 was at 7:53:28 p.m.

While they were there, her days were completed to give birth, and she gave birth to her first-born Son. She wrapped Him in clothes and placed Him in the manger, because there was no room for them in the inn.

Monday, December 25, 5 B.C. of the old solar calendar of the Jews – Wednesday, September 8, 22 B.C. of the old solar calendar of the Jews = seventeen years three months and seventeen days.

Therefore, I wrote like this.

“Mary was seventeen years three months and seventeen days old.”

Monday, December 25, 5 B.C. of the old solar calendar of the Jews: Jesus Christ was born in Bethlehem.

I explained these items.

(1). Monday, December 25 (2). 5 B.C. (3). of the old solar calendar (4). of the Jews

The old solar calendar of the Jews had 365.25 days in one year. It was the Jews’ solar calendar before 8 A.D.

(1). Monday, December 25: The Jews calculated their dates from sunset. As Jesus Christ was born after sunset of Sunday, Jesus Christ was born on Monday, December 25.

(2). 5 B.C.: This meaning was not 7 B.C., 6 B.C., and not 4 B.C., but 5 B.C. of the old solar calendar of the Jews.

(3). of the old solar calendar: In other words, it was not the old Julian calendar, not the old Jewish calendar, not the old Gregorian calendar of the Astronomy, not the Julian calendar, and not the Jewish calendar. Of course, it was not the Gregorian calendar from 1582 A.D.

(4). of the Jews: In other words, its calendar was not for the Egyptians, the Romans, and not for the Indians, but the Jews.

I made the theorem of the old solar calendar of the Jews.

(–128 × 20) + 2 = –2558

Sunday, January 1, about 2558 B.C., the ancestor of Abraham began the old solar calendar of the Jews on the winter solstice. In those days, the Egyptians made the Pyramid of Khufu.

They said it simply the solar calendar. It had 365.25 days in one year.

I wrote like this as follow:

Therefore, in 8 A.D., the Jews abolished the thirteen days from the old solar calendar of the Jews.

By Tetsuyo Sano