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Hebrew

Transliteration

English

Yom Rishon

First Day (Sunday)

Yom Sheini

Second Day (Monday)

Yom Shlishi

Third Day (Tuesday)

Yom R'vi'i

Fourth Day (Wednesday)

Yom Chamishi

Fifth Day (Thursday)

Yom Shishi

Sixth Day (Friday)

Yom Shabbat

Sabbath Day (Saturday)


The Jewish Calendar

Vs

Gregorian Calendar

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Below is the Hebrew Calender starting with the 1st month of each year, ending with the last month of each year.  This is the calender God uses He has NEVER! used or based any of His works on the Gregorian calender.

HebrewEnglishNumberLengthCivil Equivalent

Nissan

1

30 days

March-April

Iyar

2

29 days

April-May

Sivan

3

30 days

May-June

Tammuz

4

29 days

June-July

Av

5

30 days

July-August

Elul

6

29 days

August-September

Tishri

7

30 days

September-October

Cheshvan

8

29 or 30 days

October-November

Kislev

9

30 or 29 days

November-December

Tevet

10

29 days

December-January

Shevat

11

30 days

January-February

Adar I (leap years only)

12

30 days

February-March


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CLICK: Gregorian Calendar

Days of the week: 

Monday - Moon Day (Moon Goddess)
Tuesday - Tiw's Day (God of Battle)
Wednesday - Woden's Day (God of Poetry and the Dead)
Thursday - Thor's Day (God of Thunder)
Friday - Frigg's or Freya's Day (Goddess of Love)
Saturday - Saturn's Day (God of Fertility and Agriculture)
Sunday - Sun's Day (Sun God)


Gregorian Month's named after gods and followers of satan

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January - Janus, the God of gates

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February = named for Februa, the day of purification

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March - Mars, God of War

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April - Apru, Goddess of Love

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May - Maia, Goddess of Growth (Earth Goddess)

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Juno - Great Goddess of Ancient World

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July - named for Julius Caesar

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August - named for Augustus, adopted son of Julius Caesar

September - from the Latin word for 7, as it was the 7th month of the old Julian Calendar.

October - November - December
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Pope Gregory XIII (7 January 1502 – 10 April 1585), born Ugo Boncompagni, was Pope from 1572 to 1585. He is best known for commissioning and being the namesake for the Gregorian calendar, which remains the internationally-accepted civil calendar to this date.