Tag Archive: Spring

New Moon NOT sighted today….

Howdy Folks! The New Moon was NOT seen in Israel today, Friday, April 8th 2016 due to a lot of haze in the sky. Sighting conditions should have been clear, but because of the haze, reports from observers have been sent from several places saying no one has been able to sight it yet. Rosh Quodesh/ …

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New Moon Sighted In Israel today! – LEAP YEAR…13th month added since it’s still before Spring. (Adar2)

Hey Y’all The New moon was sighted today in Israel! Since it has not yet reached Spring (Spring Equinox), but we have seen another New Moon, we now have to add a thirteenth month. New Moon was sighted upon the mountains in Israel on Thursday, March 10th 2016 by: Keith Johnson, Nehemia Gordon, Yoel Halevi, Devorah Gordon, David Cachicas, …

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Passover Dates

Shalom! We have had several people ask me for the dates of the upcoming Feast Days.  Some of you may not need this explanation and can find the dates at the bottom of this post. Others, I have found, are just beginning and would like a more detailed explanation of these dates as they relate …

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New Moon Sighted In Israel – First Biblical Hebrew Month (Aviv or Nisan)

Shalom Everyone! The New Year is Here! The first  new moon has been sighted in Israel! On Thursday April 11, 2013 by observers in Israel…New moon day will be from Thursday, April 11th at evening through Friday, April 12th at evening. Sighted From: Israel Date Sighted:  Thursday April 11th, 2013 Time Sighted: 7:17pm Sighted by: Willie Ondricek, Nehemia Gordon, Yoel …

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1st Biblical Hebrew Month – New Moon Sighted In Israel! Aviv or Nisan

Shalom Everyone! We have GREAT News.  The 1st Biblical New Moon has been sighted in Israel. Therefore it the first day of the first month is starting tonight, at sunset. March 23 through march 24. Start counting to Passover and marking your calendars for the holy days! Sighted From: Jerusalem, Israel Date Sighted: Friday, March …

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