What is Yeshua’s true date of birth?

In the continuity of my article exposing Christmas, it finally seemed important to me to treat the question of the day of the birth of the Savior, Yahushua HaMashiah. There has never been a biblical, hence Jewish, custom prescribing the celebration of birthdays, but if it is so important for non-Jews, then I think it is worth considering the facts set out below. Also, from the accounts of Yeshua’s birth in the Gospels, it seems fairly obvious what time of year He appeared among us.

The Sukkot Theory

Of those who reject the late December theory most regard the Feast of Tabernacles as the time of Yeshua’s birth. For years, I myself considered this date as the most probable. Most people support this theory because we can read in John 1:14: …the Word was made flesh and DWELT among us… The word DWELL in the original text is expressed by the same word as “TENT” or “TABERNACLE”. The original text therefore implies that “He Tabernacled” among us.

However, knowing the people and especially the Romans, the best time to organize a census when everyone has to make the trip to return to their native villages is naturally a time when the weather is favorable enough to facilitate the movement of people. It would have been completely illogical and foolish to force masses to move in the season of Sukkot, which is early fall (or even and probably more at the beginning of December, as we will see later) when the weather is unpredictable and often already quite cold. Moreover, it is the time following the closing of the harvests, when the crowds of people still living mostly on agriculture were most exhausted from the physical labor that they had just finished.

The Feasts of Yahuwah: Stages of Salvation History

The birth of Yeshua, as well as all the events of the history of Salvation known until now, all and exclusively took place during original “Jewish” biblical festivals. read more about it here

The Sacrifice of the Cross happened on Pesach, the Resurrection took place on the Feast of Firstfruits and the gift of the Holy Spirit on Shavuot. Now humanity has been in the period between Shavuot and Yom HaTrua for almost 2000 years. The next fulfillment will be the Rapture, when the shofar will sound as announced in 2 Thessalonians and Revelation of John. Then, on Yom Kippur, Israel will recognize the Messiah in Yeshua and mourn him as the firstborn son.

Succoth is the feast of the final harvest, when the Messiah will return and gather the people that have not taken the mark of the beast. Succoth’s duration of several days symbolizes the duration of the Millennium at the end of which the new heavens and the new earth will be created as the new beginning in a new month of Nisan.

Succoth will be the last holiday to be fulfilled. Yeshua, the Lamb of Elohim, could not appear during this feast, since His Birth announces the New Creation of humanity.

The first day of the year

Contrary to Jewish tradition, which regards Yom HaTrua as the beginning of the Judaic year and renames it Rosh Hashanah (head of the year), the laws of physics and nature bear witness to a completely different time, concerning which moment of the year should be considered as its beginning. If the word of Elohim which has long defined times and days is no longer enough for people, then let the laws of physics and nature alone bear witness to it: The creation of the world could not have taken place any other time than in spring or in the beginning of the summer, when Life springs out from nothingness.

Life always begins in spring then goes through a summer and an fall to finally disappear in winter.

And for those for whom the Word of Elohim is sufficient, on the basis of Exodus 12:1-2, we can again declare that the first day of the year, thus that of creation is the

1st of Nisan

Yahuwah said to Moses and Aaron in Egypt, “This month is to be for you the first month, the first month of your year. Tell the whole community of Israel that on the tenth day of this month each man is to take a lamb for his family, one for each household. Exodus 12:1-3

The 1st of Nisan, which according to the civil calendar usually falls between the end of March and the beginning of April each year, is not considered a holiday. Thus, Joseph and Miriam could go wherever they wanted, they were not breaking the law if they did not go up to Jerusalem but to Betlehem instead, in accordance with the roman will of counting the people.

Everything was created in, through and for Yahushua. When could he has been born, if not on this day when Life revives

By the way, Yeshua’s birth was not only on the first day of the first month of the year, but also on the first day of the week, as was his resurrection. Therefore, the first day of creation was Nisan 1, the first day of the week. This, however, is by no means an excuse to change the Shabbat law. See Saturday / Sunday

It is interesting to notice that the majority of ancient peoples, including the Greeks and Romans, originally set the beginning of the year at the spring equinox, which is around March 20-21. This is an evidence, since the very names of certain months still in use today such as September, October, November, December are respectively derived from the Greek and Latin numerals seven, eight, nine and ten. The months of July and August were added later, so shifting their original occurrence. Thus the seventh month September became the ninth etc.

The pagan astrological cycle also begins with the constellation of Aries or Ram towards the end of March. The ram which by the way is a symbol of renewal and fertility. The one-year-old male sacrificial lamb was also already and practically a ram.
At that time, the one-year-old male sacrificial lamb, according to the law, was more of a young ram than a lamb. Something which corresponds well to the nature of the replacement sacrificial animal sent to Abraham as a substitute for Isaac on Mount Moriah.

The Sacrificial Lambs

We know from the accounts that the shepherds were outside with their cattle in the evening or even late at night. Shepherds only come out with their herds at night at calving time, when the females give birth to their young.

And sheep give birth mainly during the springtime.

Another interesting thing is that the Passover sacrificial lambs, which were specifically offered as a burnt offering in the Temple in Jerusalem, came from the area of Bethlehem. The sacrificial lambs were symbolically brought to the Holy Place from King David’s hometown.

The local shepherds who appear in the Nativity Story were none other than the herders of these specific lambs. Elohim reveals the news of the Birth of His Lamb to these Shepherds, for they were already awaiting the birth of the sacrificial Passover lambs continuously and every year. This was their profession: These shepherds were the advanced guard of the waiting for the Messiah.

Moreover, according to the law, the paschal lamb had to be one year old. This clearly indicates that

each Passover sacrificial lamb had to be born on the previous year’s Passover period

Yeshua’s life did not last a year, but much longer. However, as the Perfect Sacrificial Lamb, He also had to be born at the time foreseen by the Law as well as the animals which foreshadowed Him having all been born a year earlier.

In addition, on the 10th of the month of Nisan, the sacrificial lamb was to be separated and brought into homes, a few days before their sacrifice at Passover which takes place on 14-15 Nisan. This is what happened on Palm Sunday: Yahuwah brings his own Son, the Lamb, to his own house, Jerusalem, on the back of a donkey and celebrated as a King.

Completed holiday cycle

Yahushua is the Alpha and the Omega, or rather the א (alef) and the ת (tet) according to the original Hebrew alphabet. Everything was created in, for and through Him.

The Feasts ordained by Yahuwah all point to Him and He fulfills all of them.

The Lamb of Elohim physically appeared in the visible world on the first day of the Creation of the world. He came down here in order to perform the final Sacrifice of the Lamb on a Passover feast which was subsequent to the one on which his was born.

From his birth, the Messiah bears in him all the feasts while opening a new cycle: the one of the time of Mercy.

Since Pentecost, filled with the Holy Spirit, we live in the time of harvest and await the rapture which will take place at a certain time on the first or second day of the feast of Yom HaTrua, the exact year being still unknown. In the meantime, our task is to gather souls as well as teach and further strengthen those who have already been gathered, so that they will remain in faith till the end.

Shifting of times

In parenthesis, I would like to point out, as I have done in my other writings, that historical records show that the Pope of the time forced Hillel HaNassi, a Jewish spiritual leader who lived at the beginning of the Middle Ages, to make further changes in the Jewish calendar and the counting of times. Furthermore, Judaism itself may have considered it reasonable from its own perspective to adapt the holiday cycle to the weather of the regions of our exile. After all, the agricultural cycle in Europe ends at the end of September and the beginning of October. On the other hand, thanks to the longer lasting warmer weather in the Near Eastern landscapes called the Fertile Crescent, harvests last until the middle of December even in modern times. Thus, in the period before the exile, the holiday of Sukkot took probably place around this time, i.e. when today the Jews celebrate the Hanukkah holiday, which has since been added.

Based on the records of Josephus Flavius, it is known that the counting of Times have been moved backwards by two or three months and by 210 years! Thus, we are actually not in the year 5784 according to the modern and official Jewish calendar, but approximately in 5994, as the signs of the times prove it each day even more clearly. (The seventh millennium, that of the reign of Yahushua being at the door).

As with all scattering work, this factor also greatly complicates our situation. After all, celestial signs, various prophetic phenomena, blood moons, wars launched against Israel and the fulfillment of historical events all fall on holidays according to the current and today’s officially accepted Jewish calendar. So has it been changed or not finally? Perhaps this will seem exaggerated, and since I myself cannot know to what extent the calendar has been changed or not, but more and more signs point to it. But it seems that Elohim, having given the celestial bodies as a sign to mankind, He seems to be adapting their appearance and movements to mankind’s deluded state and make them appear in the sky when the people expect them to be there as confirmation of prophetical events and most of all when the real time comes for them to point the fulfillment of an earthly event. Even if the time of the given holiday or event were two or three months later according to Elohim’s clock, it is still brought forward and adjusted to the changed time calculation, since the celestial bodies and their positions are for man and not the other way around. Thus, the primary concern is that the messages and signals reach the recipients. If the receiver moves two or three houses away, we are going to adapt the house number on our postcards, as our goal is that our relatives read them and not strangers.

From the point of view of this article, I have to slightly modify the message to the extent that, in essence, the first day of the original month of Nisan is not even at the beginning of spring, but at the end of it, in what we call: June (i.e. at the end of the school year).

And this is natural: After all, Elohim did not create seeds, buds, small animals and seedling plants, but finished “products”! Just as Adam was created as an adult. With Elohim, the beginning of life begins with immediate perfection and maturity. This means that spring is nothing more than the period when everything begins to revive from the state of death of winter. Spring is not yet the time of the original beginning of life. The six days of creation did not occur in a period equivalent to what we call Spring today. Spring is the beginning of revival and recovery from the deadly state brought by winter. Spring is the transitional period leading back to the state which immediately came up at the creation and which culminates and can be seen each year at about the beginning of summer.

Because when the sentence is spoken: “Let there be Light”, life appeared in its summer splendor right from the start of the six-day cycle of creation.

The first of Nisan, the day when Elohim brought Himself as the Messiah, as the Son, in a word: as The Light into the fallen world that was in darkness and chaos, obviously has to correspond to the time of the year when the light of the sun lasts the longest according to our current time calculations.

This particular day, which the pagan world calls the summer equinox, is the polar opposite of the previously discussed Christmas and other bacchanalia period. This last one is the culmination of darkness and the previous is the culmination of Light.

What does Satan do then?

He takes the event of the Light of the World being born physically on earth and transfer it to the darkest day that best reflects his own essence, and he thus creates a holiday called Christmas!

I would also like to point out to the users of astronomical IT programs that, of course, these ones cannot be trusted 100% either. Why should they? Just think a moment: Which is the spirit that builds and spreads the virtual world today? The same one that changed the times and the law in the Middle Ages and at the time of the foundation of the Roman Church. This forgery is a long-term plan that the antichrist spirit is preparing for its own coming in the flesh at the end of times in order that many should not recognize him. Also: Which organization is responsible and oversees almost everything related to astronomy and its study and especially the program that many Christians use to study the positions of the stars? NASA of course! Or I could have said Walt Disney, since the two are one and the first is none other than the subsidiary of the second. And with some mathematically well-adjusted logarithms, any modification can be ordered regarding the position of the given celestial bodies, those that cannot be seen with the naked eye, so that according to the plan of this antichrist spirit, they will appear where and when it wants them to show up.

Celebrate His birth?

But coming back to our Savior’s birthday. Can we celebrate this event? Yes, we do, we even have to. Although we emphasize that celebrating a birthday separately is very dangerous and incomplete, because we are opening a cycle that has already gone much further. If we retain only one aspect of it, we cut ourselves off from the whole.
We must continually remember His arrival, His death, His resurrection, and departure from the earth as an inseparable set of events constituting the work of redemption, but not necessarily on a particular day.

The Word does not mention in a clear and precise way the moment of his birthday, because Elohim does not want humanity to remain stuck on the image of the child “Jesus”. This intention has obviously not really been respected so far.

However, the elements of the story are clear, only spring or early summer can come into consideration and anyone who has eyes, ears and knowledge of the roots knows this. It is Elohim’s permissive will and at the same time his test: is Humanity and among them a large part of Christianity going to fall into the temptation? Are they going to preserve an ancient pagan event or feast in order to safeguard the tradition of their ancestors rather than submitting themselves to the gift of Sanctification proposed by the Spirit of the Messiah? Christmas is such a test that many people still stumble over.

It is indeed possible to celebrate the birth of the Lamb of Elohim every Passover, but only do so if we also remember the rest of his work and life,

the Sacrifice of the Cross, then the Resurrection, Ascension and the coming of the Ruach HaKodesh/Holy Spirit.

But any celebration should always be preceded by the surrender of our life, conversion and rebirth, baptism of fire – being filled with Ruach HaKodesh. Because then, all the holidays will be continuously alive and active in our hearts and bodies, since then we ourselves become the temples of the Spirit of the Messiah, where all the holidays become eternal.

One of the great conspiracies of the Romanization or Hellenization of the Church also manifested here, as we wrote earlier in connection with the false feast called Christmas. Now, digging a little deeper, we can also see that once again an original New Year has been twisted twofold: On the one hand by rabbinical Judaism postponing it to a later holiday which has nothing to see with the New Year; and on the other hand by the Greco-Romans who postponed it to their winter solstice thus creating a Gregorian New Year.

Because the Savior was truly born on New Year’s Day. But not according to the Roman calendar, not even according to the modern Jewish calendar, but according to the original biblical calendar. At the same time and in the same way as when Elohim spoke and said on the very first day of the very first month of creation: “Let there be Light“. This Light of the World who was brought into our world at this point in the cycle of the year, both at creation and later in Bethlehem.

Related article: Prophet Ezekiel’s Message for Christmas, The prohibition of the “sacred tree”


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