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Australian atheist JW hater (& Bible & religion) donates Megiddo dates
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Elijahovah
2009-08-08 00:08:24 UTC
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Thank You, Very good excercise for me. Here are the results. I do not
necessarily agree this event is this year; I haven't looked for
contradiction yet other than calendar sake.

Year 22 in 1483 BC (-1482) Thoth 1 new year Julian Aug 29
Year 23 in 1482 BC (-1481) Thoth 1 new year Julian Aug 29
Year 24 in 1481 BC (-1480) Thoth 1 new year Julian Aug 28

Year 22, in 4th month of the 2nd season, on the 25th day
= 8th month 25th day
Julian 1482 BC April (?)
Yr 22 Parmuti 25=Julian 1483 BC (-1482) Apr 20 /Greg.Apr 7
[Yr 23 Parmuti 25=Julian 1482 BC (-1481) Apr 20 /Greg.Apr 7]
[Yr 24 Parmuti 25=Julian 1481 BC (-1480) Apr 19 /Greg.Apr 6]
= = = This year 22 is 1483 BC
because the absent new moon of Pakon 21 in year 23
is May 15 in 1482 BC (-1481) not in 1481 BC = = =

Year 23, in 1st month of the 3rd season, on the 4th day
= 9th month 4th day
Julian 1481 BC May 10
Pakon 4 = Julian 1482 BC (-1481) April 29 (Greg.Apr 16)
= = = Your May 10 is wrong on two counts;
it was apparently meant to refer to Pakon 16 of 1481 BC
which is 12 days later after Pakon 4;
but this event happens in 1482 BC not 1481 BC which is
therefore Apr 29 to May 11, not Apr 28 to May 10 = = =

Year 23, in 1st month of the 3rd season, on the 16th day
Julian 1481 BC (no date ?)
Pakon 16=Julian 1482 BC (-1481) May 11 (Greg.Apr 28)
he arrived at the city of Yehem
Thutmose's army needed 11 days to march from Gaza to Yaham. today's
Syria.
= = THIS IS WHERE your MAY 10 date belongs and then agrees with your 5
days later on MAY 15 as PAKON 21,
if it were 1481 BC, but it is 1482 BC (-1481) proven by new moon of
May 15 in 1482 BC when May 16 is Pakon 21 = =

Year 23, in 1st (month) of the 3rd season, on the 21st day,
Julian 1481 BC May 15
correct Julian 1482 BC (-1481) May 16 (Greg.May 2)
ERROR: this is 5 days after May 10 as the Pakon 4th so how can it be 5
days after Pakon 16th. Okay, answer resolved. May 10-15 is Pakon 16-21
(not Pakon 4-21) if 1481 BC
but new moon of May 15 proves this is
1482 BC (-1481) May 11-16 is Pakon 16-21.
the day of the feast of the new moon,
ABSENT NEW MOON 1481 BC (-1480) MAY 4 at 08:15 UT
ABSENT NEW MOON 1482 BC (-1481) MAY 15 at 22:09 UT
this capture of Megiddo.

Notation regarding Noah. Egyptian Genesis of Septuagint in 280 BC
matches 3090 BC Flood with Ramses 1290 BC Papyrus by adding 180 leap
days of 720 years to the true Flood 2370 BC. BUT Assyria and Syria
held to 600 years as a half cycle of the Venus pentacle (1200)
insisting that 2970 BC was Noah's Flood not his birth. Thus when the
asteroid that shifted Earth as part of the Flood, the seasons would
span 1200 year Venus from 2970-1770 BC instead of 600 years 2370-1770
BC. But the seasonal cycle (1507 years as 1508x 365 days) is broken
down in this way. Sothic is 720 years 180 leap days and so 1460=
720+720+20 because leap days are 180+180+5 = 365. However, there are
only 180 solar leap days in 744 years (744+744+20 = 1508) for that
same 180+180+20 of the 365-day sun. Thus as Maya use this as 1488
years (744+744) to Babylon's king Amizaduga (3114 BC Flood to 2370 BC
presumed Ur to 1626 BC Amizaduga) so then by this excercise that
eccles has provided me shows me the 1488 years (744+744) was used in
Syria as 2970 BC Flood to 1482 BC where Pharaoh conquers them to prove
them wrong while they hold a seasonal sothic jubilee. If you research
Jerusalem, you will see it was conquered when the people had Sabbath
Year and didn't fight, nor did they farm but had stored food.
So though I usually am not quick to agree with nonWatchTower years for
Pharaoh, I see this as probable, and so will also post this in
newsgroups. It appears as if Assyria and Syria were observing 1488
solar years as 360 leap days in 1482 BC counted from 2970 BC as their
miscalculated Flood. During jubilee of this, Pharaoh marched in.
Elijahovah
2009-08-08 00:10:56 UTC
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His text of Pharaoh is in the BAS forum.

http://forum.bib-arch.org/artifactstexts/an-egyptian-account-of-the-battle-of-megiddo/msg5377/#new
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