New Moon NOT sighted today in Israel…

Shalom Y’all!

The New Moon was NOT sighted today on Monday, September 14th in Israel. Yom Teruah/Day of Trumpets and Rosh Ha Shanah will begin on Tuesday, September 15th at sunset going through Wednesday, September 16th.

This will be the first day of the Seventh Month, also known as Tishri or Ethanim.

We will then count till the 10th day of the Seventh month and Keep Yom Kippur/Day of Atonement, then Sukkot/ Feast of Tabernacles will begin on the 15th day of the Seventh month.

These dates fall as follows…

Yom Teruah:  September 16th, 2015.

Yom Kippur: September 25th, 2015

Sukkot: September 30th, 2015 – October 6th, 2015

Last Great Day: October 7th, 2015

May you all have a blessed Holy Day, and Memorial of blowing of Trumpets!!! I cannot wait to see what things Yah has in the plan and what this year will hold!

He is coming SOON!!! 🙂

Chag Sameach!!!
Happy Rosh Ha Shana!

Brother Mark Harris

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    • April on October 13, 2015 at 2:09 am
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    Hi Mark, will you be posting the sighting of the new moon of October 14, I’m excited that that could be the real Rosh Hashana how could it happen in the summer september 13,15 when its a fall feast so interesting there is an article on (theseasonofreturn.com) scroll down to The Hidden Day could the Jewish calendars be wrong you might find it a very interesting article. Anyway still would like to know if your going to post sightings of the moon on the 14th well I guess you don’t have to answer I’ll just check out your website and see if you do. May the Lord bless you, April

    1. Yes’ I’ll be posting every monthly sighting!

  1. SHALOM Mark Harris
    Prophetic: (Jer.4:8-20 Matt.7:14 19:30 20:16 Lk.13:30)
    Shema Yisrael

    • Nancy on September 17, 2015 at 4:03 pm
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    So, Day of Atonement will NOT be Sept. 23rd, but Sept. 25th ? Is that correct ? Starts on Sept. 24 or 25th – because of new moon not being seen ? THANKS SO MUCH Interesting stuff. LEARNING !

    1. Yes that is correct!

    • Lisa Hamilton on September 16, 2015 at 2:48 pm
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    Sorry to burst your bubble but the moon was seen. I spoke to a Rabbi in Israel.

    1. Can you tell me who you talked to and what day it was seen on? Thank you!

  2. I watched the “current moon” box on this page and saw that it declared that the moon was 1% visible on Sunday evening, Monday to be exact. Why is the “current moon” box here if it isn’t correct?

    1. Usually, the Moon is not visible to the naked eye until it is at the VERY least, under the BEST conditions 3% illuminated. But most often it is not visible to the naked until it’s about 6% illuminated. The New Moon Phase is correct. Hope this helps! Shalom

    • Wally Ratliff on September 15, 2015 at 6:47 pm
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    Was the moon seen over Jerusalem at all? When are the trumpets sounded

    • LESTER DEAN KRUEGER on September 15, 2015 at 6:39 pm
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    • Steve on September 15, 2015 at 6:04 pm
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    Hi Mark,

    Shouldn’t Yom Teruah have a start date of September 15th?
    That would make Yom Kippur start on September 24th (the tenth day of Tishri).

    Thanks,
    Steve

    1. Yes, YOM KIPPUR would start the evening of the 24th!

  3. Just want to be updated.

    • mary on September 15, 2015 at 4:44 pm
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    if feast of trumpets is the 16th will day of atonement still be on the 25th?

    1. Yes Ma’am!

    • Anicia on September 15, 2015 at 4:39 pm
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    Just spotted the moon in South Africa!!!! We serve an AWESOME WONDERFUL CREATOR KING!!!!@

    • Marci on September 15, 2015 at 1:55 pm
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    I am confused. I thought the Feast of Trumpets could not begin until the sliver of the New Moon was seen by two witnesses? I’m getting info from various sources so I have no idea if it correct. Are you saying the Feast will go ahead and start on Sept. 15 regardless of whether the New Moon is seen?

    1. Yes, because a month cannot go longer than 30 days, but in this case it was sighted this evening on the 15th.

    • Jemimah on September 15, 2015 at 1:35 pm
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    Praise the great I AM. Thanking Him for umerited favor, in abundance, when the last trump sounds.

    Pray more people come into obedience.

    • 777 on September 15, 2015 at 8:45 am
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    So the feasts do not happen until after the new moon is sighted?

    Sincerely appreciate your time.

    1. That is correct!

  4. Glad to hear from you “He is coming soon!” because I’m also of that belief. See also this picture (and the website behind it): http://godsredemptionplan.com/uploads/timeline2years.png

    • Kenneth on September 15, 2015 at 5:18 am
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    Greetings! Will there still be a possible look-out for the new moon on September 15 or 16th?

    Kenneth

    1. Yes, you should be able to spot the new moon sliver where you are at! It was also sighted in Israel this evening!

    • Ronald Goodman on September 15, 2015 at 2:10 am
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    How can the Feast of Trumpets that was scheduled to start at sundown on 9/13 get pushed out not one, but two additional days to 9/15 sundown? I thought it had to fall on either 9/13 at sundown if cited, or if not, then it would have to be on sundown 9/14. If I am interpreting your post correctly, you are indicating a 3-day window where it could have started on 9/13, 9/14. or 9/15. Any insight or explanation would be greatly appreciated. I guess I am wondering, from the Lord’s perspective, when the feast should be properly observed?

    1. The first possible time it could have been sighted was the 14th. Since it was not sighted, then we push it till the next day. It’s only pushed to the next day once. In this case it was sighted in Israel on the 15th therefore it starts this evening. For future reference, there can not be more than 30 days in the month, therefore even if the moon was not sighted, by default the next day at sunset is declared the New Moon. I hope this answers your question…

    • Laura Stern Hisam on September 15, 2015 at 12:10 am
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    Amen! Keeping Watch! Maranatha!

    • Kimberlee on September 14, 2015 at 8:02 pm
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    Is it Tishri 1 on Tuesday than?

    1. It starts Tuesday evening through Wednesday evening.

    • Kimberlee on September 14, 2015 at 7:56 pm
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    Thank you for reporting this! This is exactly what I thought!

    Blessings!

      • Heath Thwaite on September 15, 2015 at 1:18 pm
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      Dohh!

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