Eleventh Month New Moon Report… Sighted Today, In Israel!

Howdy Folks!

Many blessings to you on this day!

The New Moon was sighted today in Israel by several witnesses, on Thursday, January 18th, 2018 at about 5:15 PM Israel time!

The first day of the 11th Month will begin this evening as the sunset comes to you and go through Tomorrow, Friday, January 19th, 2018.


Photo Credit to: Tamara Afor

 

Date Sighted:  Thursday, January 18th, 2018.

Time Sighted: 5:15pm Jerusalem, Israel time.

Sighted By:  Dennis Chkolnik,  Maureen Chkolnik. Tamara Afor and Judith Rood, Kenny Russell and Judith and Jakov Damminga.

Place Sighted:  Israel.

Month: This is the 11th Biblical Hebrew Month, also known as (Shevat)!

Many blessing to you all this month!

Chodesh Tov,
Brother Mark Harris

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    • Nancy Victor on January 27, 2018 at 7:25 pm
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    Shalom! I keep seeing 11-11; in my search for Sh’vat 11 – I found your website. Thank you for helping me be accurate with this date. L’Shalom Nancy

    • James on January 18, 2018 at 9:34 pm
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    Thank you for your faithfulness in reporting to us who follows YAH’S calendar. Your brother James

  1. It appears your prediction was one day too early as you gave January 18th as the first day of the 11th month. OR, do you refer to the EVENING when it is seen so I know how to correctly interpret the dates you give up to Abib 1st? THANKS
    My address is kbspilot@aol.com THANK YOU!.
    Keith Slough

    1. I predict using the date of the first possible day it could be sighted, which is about 29 days after the first day of that month. So the moon is sighted in the evening, and the following day/date is the first day of the next month! I hope that is clear and makes sense!

    • Hans H on January 18, 2018 at 8:01 pm
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    Thank you brother Mark for this report.
    May our Abba YHWH bless you.

  2. Hodesh Tov.
    We had spotted the crescent earlier@ 19:19 here in Kenya

    • Tamara G Battice on January 18, 2018 at 7:23 pm
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    Todah rabbah for keeping us informed when the New Moon is sighted in Israel! It means so much to have the accurate day to celebrate!

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