Dec 29, 2017

(–128 × 20) + 2 = –2558, (–128 × [7+13]) + 2 = –2558


October 20, 2004 A.D., I made the next theorem of the old solar calendar of the Jews.

 (–128 × 20) + 2 = –2558, (–128 × [7+13]) + 2 = –2558

The 20’s meaning of the formula was this.

The winter solstice of January 1 of 2558 B.C. became the winter solstice of December 12 of 2 A.D.

I noticed as follow:

5 B.C. and 2 A.D. had the same range.

Therefore, I could write like this.

The old solar calendar of the ancestor of Abraham, that is, the old solar calendar of the Jews which was begun in about 2558 B.C. was twenty days longer in 5 B.C. than the old Gregorian calendar of the Astronomy. Therefore, the winter solstice changed from January 1 to December 12. Thus, December 12 of 5 B.C. of the old solar calendar of the Jews became the winter solstice.