Metonic Cycles and the 70th Week of Daniel

This is something that has intrigued me for quite some time since I found Mr. Finley’s website a number of years ago. I thought I’d share this to invoke thought and perhaps conversation. I encourage a look at his whole website as I think he has many other worthy items to read and ponder regarding endtim prophecy.

http://endtimepilgrim.org/metonic.htm

METONIC CYCLES AND THE 70TH WEEK OF DANIEL

By Gavin Finley MD – endtimepilgrim.org

 

There is a 19 year astronomical cycle which has been used to make a very accurate lunar calendar. This 19 year 235 day month calendar approximates the passages of the sun and moon very beautifully. It is called the Metonic cycle. It was discovered by the Greek mathematician, astronomer, geometer, and engineer Meton of Athens. (Greek: Μέτων ὁ Ἀθηναῖος) He lived in Athens in the 5th century BC. Meton introduced the 19-year Metonic cycle in 432 BC and incorporated it into the lunisolar Attic calendar as a method of calculating future dates.To see the Wikipedia article on the Metonic Cycles click HERE.Meton found that 19 solar years are almost equal to 235 lunar months and 6940 days. This was valuable information for those who sought to create a lunar calendar. An lunar calendar that kept accurate time with the new moons and equinoxes was a wonderful thing. Such a calendar could predict how the moons would come through in future years in relation to the solar equinoxes and cycles of years. More specifically the springtime month of Nisan could anticipate the arrival of those years that would see a 13th month, a second month of Adar and thus push the Passover month of Nisan further down the year. Before this astronomical calendar the Month of Nisan was pegged according to its other name, the month of Abib which means “ripe”. This was the month that saw the barley ripe for harvest. So the month of Abib was an agricultural reckoning and its other name Nisanreferred to its astronomical reckoning. And so before Meton’s cycle and the Metonic calendar the months were set by the barley ripeness and by the sighting of the new moon. The first moon to come to fullness after the spring equinox was tagged as the month of Nisan, the first month in the religious calendar of the Hebrews. The renowned Hebrew rabbi and scholar Hillel II set forth the Hebrew calendar in 358 C.E.. It has been quite accurate. But in this past century it is showing signs of requiring some adjustment.EMBOLISMAL YEARS ARE THOSE YEARS IN THE LUNAR CALENDAR IN WHICH AN EXTRA 13TH MONTH, (ACTUALLY A SECOND MONTH OF ADAR), IS INSERTED INTO THE CALENDAR. THE EXTRA MONTH IS PLACED IN THE CALENDAR AS THE TIME OF THE SPRING EQUINOX APPROACHES. IN THE HEBREW RELIGIOUS CALENDAR THIS MARKS THE BEGINNING OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL YEAR. THE EXTRA OR 13TH MONTH IS INSERTED IN THE SPRINGTIME BEFORE THE MONTH OF THE EQUINOCTIAL MOON. BY DEFINITION, THE MOON WHICH COMES TO ITS FULLNESS AFTER THE SPRING EQUINOX MARKS THE MONTH OF NISAN. THIS IS CONSIDERED THE FIRST MOON OF THE RELIGIOUS YEAR. THIS SPRINGTIME EQUINOCTIAL MOON OF NISAN IS THE PASSOVER MOON. WHENEVER THE EXTRA EMBOLISMAL MONTH OF ADAR 2 IS ADDED INTO THE CALENDAR IT MAKES 13 MONTHS FOR THAT YEAR. IN THE 19 YEAR METONIC CYCLE THERE ARE 7 SUCH EMBOLISMAL YEARS. 7 EXTRA MONTHS ADDED TO THE 19 X 12 = 7 + 228 = 235 LUNAR CYCLES. THESE 235 MOONS FIT THE 19 SOLAR PASSAGES OR 19 SOLAR YEARS VERY VERY CLOSELY. THIS WAS WHAT WAS NOTICED BY METON. LATER HILLEL 2 DECIDED TO USE THIS AS A FRAMEWORK FOR THE HEBREW CALENDAR BECAUSE WHEN HE LOOKED AT THE RECORD OF PAST YEARS HE SAW THAT THE LUNAR CALENDAR ACTUALLY DID TRACE OUT THIS 19 YEAR 235 MONTH CADENCE. THE EXTRA EMBOLISMAL MONTHS, MONTH #13 FOR THAT YEAR, COME IN A CERTAIN PREDICTABLE PATTERN A 7 in 19 SEQUENCE. THESE EMBOLISMAL MONTHS ENABLE THE MOONS, (WHICH ARE “FALLING BEHIND” 11.24 DAYS EVERY 12 MONTHS), TO “KEEP UP” WITH THE SPRING EQUINOX THROUGH THE YEARS. THESE SECOND MONTHS OF ADAR ARE RECKONED TO BE A 13TH MOON FOR THAT PARTICULAR YEAR. THE PATTERN IN WHICH THESE EMBOLISMAL (13TH) MOONS PRESENT THROUGH THE 19 YEARS ARE 0 SHOWN IN RED IN THE TABLE BELOW. THE EMBOLISMAL YEARS CAN ALSO BE APPRECIATED AND EASILY MEMORIZED IN AUDIO FORM AS EACH “OOMP” IN THE “OOMP, PA, PA” CADENCE SHOWN BELOW.

THE METONIC CYCLE (1)        . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0          ( PA )

(2)       . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0           ( PA )

(3)       0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0          ( OOMP )

(4)       . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0          ( PA )

(5)       . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0          ( PA )

(6)       0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0          ( OOMP )

(7)       . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0           ( PA )

(8)       0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0          ( OOMP )

(9)       . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0          ( PA )

(10)       . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0           ( PA )

(11)       0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0          ( OOMP )

(12)        . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0           ( PA )

(13)        . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0. . 0 . . 0          ( PA )

(14)        0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . .0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0          ( OOMP )

(15)        . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0           ( PA )

(16)        . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0          ( PA )

(17)        0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0          ( OOMP )

(18)        . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0           ( PA )

(19)        0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0 . . 0          ( OOMP )

THESE 7 EMBOLISMAL YEARS ARE NUMBERED 3, 6, 8, 11, 14, 17, 19 IN A 19 YEAR CYCLE.THESE 13 MONTH YEARS ARE SHOWN IN RED WITH ASTERISKS IN THE TABLE BELOW.

1998 PA
1999 PA
*2000  OOMP
2001 PA
2002 PA
*2003  OOMP
2004 PA
*2005  OOMP
2006 PA
2007 PA
*2008  OOMP
2009 PA
2010 PA
*2011  OOMP
2012 PA
2013 PA
*2014  OOMP
2015 PA
*2016  OOMP
……………… End of this Metonic cycle
2017 PA
2018 PA
*2019  OOMP
2020 PA
2021 PA
*2022  OOMP
2023 PA
*2024  OOMP
2025 PA
2026 PA
*2027  OOMP
2028 PA
2029 PA
*2030  OOMP
2031 PA
2032 PA
*2033  OOMP
2034 PA
*2035  OOMP
……………… End of this Metonic cycle
THE METONIC DANCE
SEVEN EXTRA EMBOLISMAL MONTHS OF ADAR, (ADAR 2), EVERY 19 YEARS. 19 SOLAR YEARS = 19 x 365.242199 = 6,939.602 days. THE GREEK SCHOLAR METON IN ATHENS BACK IN THE 5th CENTURY B.C. NOTICED THAT THE PASSAGE OF 19 YEARS WAS EXCEEDINGLY CLOSE TO THE PASSAGE OF 235 MOONS. THE LUNAR CYCLE BACK THEN WAS 29.53025. SO 235 MOONS = 6,939.608 DAYS WHICH MATCHED THE TIMESPAN FOR 19 YEARS, (19 x 365.242199 = 6,939.602) VERY WELL. SINCE 19 YEARS OF 12 MONTHS = 228 MONTHS THEN 7 OF THOSE 235 MOONS WERE EXTRA OR EMBOLISMAL MONTHS. THESE WERE IN EFFECT A 13TH MONTH FOR THAT YEAR. THAT EXTRA MONTH NEEDED TO BE ADDED TO THE YEAR 7 TIMES IN 19 YEARS. WHEN THOSE EXTRA SEVEN MOONS ARE SPACED OUT OVER 19 YEARS WE GET THE CADENCE GIVEN UP ABOVE. THIS PREDICTS HOW THE MOON WILL COME THROUGH EACH SPRING AND WHETHER AN EXTRA MONTH OF ADAR WILL BE CALLED FOR TO MOVE THE LAGGING MONTH OF NISAN UP 29.5 DAYS INTO THE SEASON OF THE BARLEY HARVEST AND THE SPRING EQUINOX. THOSE EMBOLISMAL YEARS, (7 IN 19 YEARS), WILL SEE A LATE PASSOVER FOR THAT YEAR. THE METONIC CYCLE, DISCOVERED BY METON OF ATHENS, WAS INCORPORATED INTO THE HEBREW CALENDAR BY THE JEWISH SAGE HILLEL 2 IN THE 4TH CENTURY B.C.. THE EXTRA MONTH OF ADAR IS INSERTED ACCORDING TO A 19 YEAR CADENCE. IF YOU COUNT OUT THE 19 YEARS OF THE CYCLE THE EMBOLISMAL YEAR WILL COME IN YEARS 2,5,8,10,13,16, and 19. THIS IS THE METONIC CYCLEAND IT WAS INCORPORATED INTO LUNAR CALENDARS TO VERY GOOD EFFECT BEFORE THE ROMANS CAME ALONG WITH THEIR RIGID SOLAR CALENDAR AND THREW THE LUNAR CYCLES OUT THE WINDOW.THE ROMAN CALENDAR IGNORED THE LUNAR CYCLES ENTIRELY. IT WAS 100% SOLAR, AS IS OUR GREGORIAN CALENDAR TODAY. BELOW WE SEE THE METONIC CYCLE AS IT PLAYS OUT IN THE COMING YEARS. THIS WILL ENABLE US TO COUNT THE MOONS IN THE TISHREI TO TISHREI TIMESPAN OVER SEVEN YEARS. DEPENDING ON THE PLACEMENT IN THE METONIC CYCLE OVER THOSE SEVEN YEARS THE TIMESPAN WILL EITHER BE 87 MOONS OR 86 MOONS. AS WE SHALL DISCOVER, THE TIMESPANS MARKING OUT 86 MOONS FIT THE TIMESPAN OF THE 70TH WEEK. THEY FIT IT PERFECTLY. IS THIS A COINCIDENCE? PROBABLY NOT.
Year beginning on
Rosh Hoshanah 2004
Tishrei Cheshvan Kislev Tevet shevat Adar Adar2 Nisan
(Passover)
Lyar Sivan Tammuz Av Elul
Year beginning on
Rosh Hoshanah 2005
Tishrei Cheshvan Kislev Tevet shevat Adar Nisan
(Passover)
Lyar Sivan Tammuz Av Elul
Year beginning on
Rosh Hoshanah 2006
Tishrei Cheshvan Kislev Tevet shevat Adar Nisan
(Passover)
Lyar Sivan Tammuz Av Elul
Year beginning on
Rosh Hoshanah 2007
Tishrei Cheshvan Kislev Tevet shevat Adar Adar2 Nisan
(Passover)
Lyar Sivan Tammuz Av Elul
Year beginning on
Rosh Hoshanah 2008
Tishrei Cheshvan Kislev Tevet shevat Adar Nisan
(Passover)
Lyar Sivan Tammuz Av Elul
Year beginning on
Rosh Hoshanah 2009
Tishrei Cheshvan Kislev Tevet shevat Adar Nisan
(Passover)
Lyar Sivan Tammuz Av Elul
Year beginning on
Rosh Hoshanah 2010
Tishrei Cheshvan Kislev Tevet shevat Adar Adar2 Nisan
(Passover)
Lyar Sivan Tammuz Av Elul
Year beginning on
Rosh Hoshanah 2011
Tishrei Cheshvan Kislev Tevet shevat Adar Nisan
(Passover)
Lyar Sivan Tammuz Av Elul
Year beginning on
Rosh Hoshanah 2012
Tishrei Cheshvan Kislev Tevet shevat Adar Nisan
(Passover)
Lyar Sivan Tammuz Av Elul
Year beginning on
Rosh Hoshanah 2013
Tishrei Cheshvan Kislev Tevet shevat Adar Adar2 Nisan
(Passover)
Lyar Sivan Tammuz Av Elul
Year beginning on
Rosh Hoshanah 2014
Tishrei Cheshvan Kislev Tevet shevat Adar Nisan
(Passover)
Lyar Sivan Tammuz Av Elul
Year beginning on
Rosh Hoshanah 2015
Tishrei Cheshvan Kislev Tevet shevat Adar Adar2 Nisan
(Passover)
Lyar Sivan Tammuz Av Elul
Year beginning on
Rosh Hoshanah 2016
Tishrei Cheshvan Kislev Tevet shevat Adar Nisan
(Passover)
Lyar Sivan Tammuz Av Elul
Year beginning on
Rosh Hoshanah 2017
Tishrei Cheshvan Kislev Tevet shevat Adar Nisan
(Passover)
Lyar Sivan Tammuz Av Elul
Year beginning on
Rosh Hoshanah 2018
Tishrei Cheshvan Kislev Tevet shevat Adar Adar2 Nisan
(Passover)
Lyar Sivan Tammuz Av Elul
Year beginning on
Rosh Hoshanah 2019
Tishrei Cheshvan Kislev Tevet shevat Adar Nisan
(Passover)
Lyar Sivan Tammuz Av Elul
Year beginning on
Rosh Hoshanah 2020
Tishrei Cheshvan Kislev Tevet shevat Adar Nisan
(Passover)
Lyar Sivan Tammuz Av Elul
Year beginning on
Rosh Hoshanah 2021
Tishrei Cheshvan Kislev Tevet shevat Adar Adar2 Nisan
(Passover)
Lyar Sivan Tammuz Av Elul
Year beginning on
Rosh Hoshanah 2022
Tishrei Cheshvan Kislev Tevet shevat Adar Nisan
(Passover)
Lyar Sivan Tammuz Av Elul
THE NUMBER OF MOONS FROM TISHREI OF A GIVEN YEAR TO TISHREI 7 YEARS LATER VARIES. IT MAY BE 7 x 12 = 84 MOONS PLUS 2 EXTRA EMBOLISMAL ADAR 2 MOONS = 86 MOONS OR IT MAY BE 7 x 12 =84 PLUS 3 EXTRA EMBOLISMAL ADAR 2 MOONS = 87 MOONS. THOSE SEVEN YEAR SPANS CONTAINING 86 MOONS MATCH UP PERFECTLY THE TIMESPAN BETWEEN THE NEXT TWO FEASTS OF ISRAEL THAT ARE DUE FOR FULFILMENT. FROM TISHREI 1, (THE FEAST OF TRUMPETS), IN CERTAIN YEARS AND TERMINATING ON TISHREI 10, THE DAY OF ATONEMENT, DAY OF RECKONING, DAY OF JUDGEMENT SEVEN YEARS LATER THE TIME ELAPSED IS EXACTLY 2550 DAYS. THIS IS THE EXACT NUMBER OF DAYS, (1260 + 1290 DAYS), WHICH ENCOMPASSES THE 70TH WEEK OF DANIEL.
BELOW WE SEE HOW THE METONIC CYCLES ARE LAID OUT ACROSS SUCCESSIVE 7 YEAR SPANS OF YEARS. WE ALSO NOTICE THAT THESE TISHREI TO TISHREI TIMESPANS ARE EITHER 87 MOONS OR 86 MOONS. THOSE TIMESPANS OF 86 MOONS FIT THE 70TH WEEK OF DANIEL SO PERFECTLY THAT WE ARE BOUND TO CONCLUDE THAT THE NEXT TWO HEBREW FEASTS DUE TO COME UP FOR FULFILLMENT, NAMELY THE FEAST OF TRUMPETS AND THE DAY OF ATONEMENT ARE IN FACT THE VERY TWO FEASTS THAT MARK THE BEGINNING OF THE 70TH WEEK OF DANIEL AND THE END OF THE 1290 DAYS THE ANGEL GABRIEL SPOKE OF IN HIS MESSAGE TO DANIEL. (DAN.12:11) THE 1290 DAYS EXTEND OUT 30 DAYS BEYOND THE 1260 DAYS OF THE LATTER HALF OF THE 70TH WEEK OF DANIEL THESE EXTRA 30 DAYS MAY BE A GRACE PERIOD IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE BATTLE OF ARMAGEDDON THAT WILL CULMINATE ON THE FINAL DAY OF RECKONING OR DAY OF ATONEMENT THAT WILL MOST CERTAINLY MARK THE LAST DAY OF THIS AGE. THE FEAST OF TRUMPETS AND THE DAY OF ATONEMENT ARE THE FIRST TWO OF THE THREE FALL FEASTS OF ISRAEL. THESE FEASTS, #’s 5, 6, & 7 HAVE YET TO BE FULFILLED IN THE NEW COVENANT. HOLY HISTORY HAS YET TO REVEAL THESE EPIC EVENTS TO US. THEY ARE OUT THERE IN FUTURE HISTORY. AND SO THESE UPCOMING TWO FALL FEASTS, THE FEAST OF TRUMPETS AND THE DAY OF ATONEMENT MARK OUT THE FINAL SEVEN YEARS OF THIS AGE. AND THEY DO IT WITH TOTAL AND ABSOLUTE PRECISION.
Number of moons in
7 Years beginning on
Rosh Hoshanah 2004
2004-2005
13 moons
2005-2006
12 moons
2006-2007
12 moons
2007-2008
13 moons
2008-2009
12 moons
2009-1010
12 moons
2010-2011
13 moons
87 moons
(Fails to qualify
for 70th week)
Number of moons in
7 Years beginning on
Rosh Hoshanah
2005
2005-2006
12 moons
2006-2007
12 moons
2007-2008
13 moons
2008-2009
12 moons
2009-2010
12 moons
2010-1011
13 moons
2011-2012
12 moons
86 moons
(Qualified
for 70th week)
Number of moons in
7 Years beginning on
Rosh Hoshanah
2006
2006-2007
12 moons
2007-2008
13 moons
2008-2009
12 moons
2009-2010
12 moons
2010-2011
13 moons
2011-1012
12 moons
2012-2013
12 moons
86 moons
(Qualified
for 70th week)
Number of moons in
7 Years beginning on
Rosh Hoshanah 2007
2007-2008
13 moons
2008-2009
12 moons
2009-2010
12 moons
2010-2011
13 moons
2011-1012
12 moons
2012-2013
12 moons
2013-2014
13 moons
87 moons
(Fails to qualify
for 70th week)
Number of moons in
7 Years beginning on
Rosh Hoshanah
2008
2008-2009
12 moons
2009-2010
12 moons
2010-2011
13 moons
2011-1012
12 moons
2012-2013
12 moons
2013-2014
13 moons
2014-2015
12 moons
86 moons
(Qualified
for 70th week)
Number of moons in
7 Years beginning on
Rosh Hoshanah
2009
2009-2010
12 moons
2010-2011
13 moons
2011-1012
12 moons
2012-2013
12 moons
2013-2014
13 moons
2014-2015
12 moons
2015-2016
13 moons
87 moons
(Fails to qualify
for 70th week)
Number of moons in
7 Years beginning on
Rosh Hoshanah
2010
2010-2011
13 moons
2011-1012
12 moons
2012-2013
12 moons
2013-2014
13 moons
2014-2015
12 moons
2015-2016
13 moons
2016-2017
12 moons
87 moons
(Fails to qualify
for 70th week)
Number of moons in
7 Years beginning on
Rosh Hashanah
2011
2011-2012
12 moons
2012-2013
12 moons
2013-2014
13 moons
2014-2015
12 moons
2015-2016
13 moons
2016-2017
12 moons
2017-2018
12 moons
86 moons
(Qualified for
the 70th week)
Number of moons in
7 Years beginning on
Rosh Hoshanah
2012
2012-2013
12 moons
2013-2014
13 moons
2014-2015
12 moons
2015-2016
13 moons
2016-2017
12 moons
2017-2018
12 moons
2018-1019
13 moons
87 moons
(Fails to qualify
for 70th week)
Number of moons in
7 Years beginning on
Rosh Hoshanah
2013
2013-2014
13 moons
2014-2015
12 moons
2015-2016
13 moons
2016-2017
12 moons
2017-2018
12 moons
2018-1019
13 moons
2019-2020
12 moons
87 moons
(Fails to qualify
for 70th week)
Number of moons in
7 Years beginning on
Rosh Hoshanah
2014
2014-2015
12 moons
ECLIPSES!
2015-2016
13 moons
ECLIPSES!
2016-2017
12 moons
2017-2018
12 moons
2018-1019
13 moons
2019-2020
12 moons
2020-2021
12 moons
86 moons
(Qualifies for
the 70th week)
Number of moons in
7 Years beginning on
Rosh Hoshanah
2015
2015-2016
13 moons
2016-2017
12 moons
2017-2018
12 moons
2018-1019
13 moons
2019-2020
12 moons
2020-2021
12 moons
2021-1022
13 moons
87 moons
(Fails to qualify
for the 70th week)
Number of moons in
7 Years beginning on
Rosh Hoshanah
2016
2016-2017
12 moons
2017-2018
12 moons
2018-1019
13 moons
2019-2020
12 moons
2020-2021
12 moons
2021-1022
13 moons
2022-2023
12 moons
86 moons
(Qualifies for
the 70th week)
Number of moons in
7 Years beginning on
Rosh Hoshanah
2017
2017-2018
12 moons
2018-1019
13 moons
2019-2020
12 moons
2020-2021
12 moons
2021-1022
13 moons
2022-2023
12 moons
2023-1024
13 moons
87 moons
(Fails to qualify
for 70th week)
Number of moons in
7 Years beginning on
Rosh Hoshanah
2018
2018-1019
13 moons
2019-2020
12 moons
2020-2021
12 moons
2021-1022
13 moons
2022-2023
12 moons
2023-1024
13 moons
2024-2025
12 moons
87 moons
(Fails to qualify
for 70th week)
Number of moons in
7 Years beginning on
Rosh Hoshanah
2019
2019-2020
12 moons
2020-2021
12 moons
2021-1022
13 moons
2022-2023
12 moons
2023-1024
13 moons
2024-2025
12 moons
2025-1026
12 moons
86 moons
(Qualifies for
the 70th week)
Number of moons in
7 Years beginning on
Rosh Hoshanah
2020
2020-2021
12 moons
2021-1022
13 moons
2022-2023
12 moons
2023-1024
13 moons
2024-2025
12 moons
2025-1026
12 moons
2026-2027
13 moons
87 moons
(Fails to qualify
for 70th week)
Number of moons in
7 Years beginning on
Rosh Hoshanah
2021
2021-1022
13 moons
2022-2023
12 moons
2023-1024
13 moons
2024-2025
12 moons
2025-1026
12 moons
2026-2027
13 moons
2027-2028
12 moons
87 moons
(Fails to qualify
for 70th week)
Number of moons in
7 Years beginning on
Rosh Hoshanah
2022
2022-2023
12 moons
2023-1024
13 moons
2024-2025
12 moons
2025-1026
12 moons
2026-2027
13 moons
2027-2028
12 moons
2028-1029
12 moons
86 moons
(Qualifies for
the 70th week)
Number of moons in
7 Years beginning on
Rosh Hoshanah
2023
2023-1024
13 moons
2024-2025
12 moons
2025-1026
12 moons
2026-2027
13 moons
2027-2028
12 moons
2028-1029
12 moons
2029-2030
13 moons
87 moons
(Fails to qualify
for 70th week)
Number of moons in
7 Years beginning on
Rosh Hoshanah
2024
2024-2025
12 moons
2025-1026
12 moons
2026-2027
13 moons
2027-2028
12 moons
2028-1029
12 moons
2029-1030
13 moons
2030-2031
12 moons
86 moons
(Qualifies for
the 70th week)
Number of moons in
7 Years beginning on
Rosh Hoshanah
2025
2025-1026
12 moons
2026-2027
13 moons
2027-2028
12 moons
2028-1029
12 moons
2029-1030
13 moons
2030-2031
12 moons
2031-2032
12 moons
86 moons
(Qualifies for
the 70th week)

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