Although some call this day the “Day of Atonement” that would only be placed in the Hebrew Scriptures by unknowing translators. A “KPR” in Hebrew is a cover or a lid for a pot. Why is that important?
This day, much to the consternation of those who follow the Babylonian lunar calendar, always starts at sunset on the sixth day of the week, just prior to the weekly Sabbath. Because it is a fast day — no food or water — some tried to move the day to a more “convenient” position so that it would NEVER fall on a “Friday.” That means they can’t prepare food for the Sabbath. They created rules for “changing the times (years) and the seasons (months).”
Huh, sounds like the same kind of problem that Moses had to with the People after they came out of Egypt. The people arrived at their stopping on the 15th day of the second month, which was on Enoch’s calendar the sixth day of the week. They did not have time to prepare food and went to bed hungry. They were about to be taught a lesson. The next day, the 16th, was declared to be the Sabbath. And they had no food.
Oh, dear. What are they going to do. Now they had to go hungry for another day. Moses was told by Yahua to tell the people that they would be fed quail in the evening and in the morning they would receive food from “heaven” — manna.
Nevertheless, they still grumbled an complained to Moses. “Did you bring us out to this desert, where there is no food or water, to starve us to death. We were better off in Egypt where we had leeks and onions to eat. “
Hmm, that makes me wonder if that was the diet they were given to eat by the Egyptians.
I was teased yesterday at the restaurant where my friend and the waitress offered me an onion … Continue reading