Hebrew Israelite Calendar (2018-2019)

Leap Week

On the Hebrew Israelite Calendar, leap weeks seem to fall every sixth even-numbered year of the Gregorian calendar. So, 2012 was in fact a leap week year. Therefore, 2018, 2024, and 2030 will be leap week years as well. That means a phantom week will be created after the Fall equinox of those given years to push the first week of April—particularly the week that holds the first Sunday in April—to the beginning of the Hebrew year, where it belongs. A leap week is exactly 7 days long and does not count toward the year in which it falls. The leap week contains unnumbered days, therefore the year’s count does not truly go from 364 to 371. Leap weeks are substantiated in the book of Ezekiel, chapters 1 to 8, as explained in our documentary, The Hebrew Calendar.

Yah’s year is a true 52 weeks. And 7 days in a week multiplied by 52 equals 364, not 365!

Also, to read our newsletter that breaks down the calendar a bit more, click here.

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You can download this calendar for use offline. Print it at a Staples or regular copy shop for display on walls, a kitchen fridge, or even your tabletop. Or feel free to use it in its original digital form for quick and easy reference. The choice is yours.

One of the advantages of this Hebrew Israelite calendar is that it is easy to read and navigate, since it is overlaid on the Gregorian calendar, which we use in everyday life. Also, days are locked in, so the feasts and other pure convocation days will fall exactly one year later in the same weeks on the exact days of those weeks, with no surprises or guesswork, as it was in the days of old.

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I will have to re-read and study your reasoning for the calendar, but it looks promising as a way to unite Torah followers among our people.

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—Troy G.

Oh my goodness! I've been waiting on this one! I printed the calendar you provided for last year and refereed to it often in my study time and for true Hebrew observation days. And now I have the calendar for 2018. Thank you SO much for taking the time to put this together for us. May the Most High continue to bless you and your family.

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Very nice. It's good to be able to keep up with our days of celebration. Thank you.

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Hello brother, shalom to you. I have used your digital [calendar] for the past year and it helped me greatlly.

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Thank you! I’m a newly awaken sister and with all my heart I want to keep Yah's statues and commandments and I think this calendar will help.

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Your calender appears to be the closest, based on the scriptures.

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Hello Friends. Firstly I come in Peace, also I'm from Yapeth. Unfortunately I can't even remotely comprehend what you beautiful people have gone through, and still going through. I can only send words with Love and Kindness. May the True Hebrew Israelites find their voice in this world which is controlled by people who hate our Heavenly Father. Thank You for the Hebrew Israelite Calendar.

Halleluyah. Halleluyah. Halleluyah.

—Norman H.

Shalom. My family thanks you for the Israelite calendar. It has helped us to conform to the high days. We are new to the teaching of Yah but with his help and guidance we will win. All praises to the Most High. Shalom Family.

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It is necessary for those of us finding our way back into YAH's true light. Thank you [very] much for the work that you have put into making this calendar available.

—Paul W.

Praise Yah for KP. I am coming up on 3 years in my walk with Yahuah in His Torah. It has been an eventful walk! My husband is about 9 months into his walk. One of the things we both had our eyes opened to this past year or so was the issue of the Khazars. It bothered me that I was following a calendar that was saturated with Babylonian influence and now I know why. I have studied so many different calendars that have all left gaping holes and questions for me. None of them sat right with me. My husband was leaning on wanting to study the calendar in Enoch, but I struggle with the 18-hour total day when we can physically see a total day which is much closer to 24. Then I came across your calendar today. It is the first calendar that I have been able to understand in its entirety. If there is one thing I have learned it is that Yah keeps things simple! Thank you for your obedience to Yah with your time and efforts and all you do as a ministry. I pray Yah blesses you and yours greatly. Shalom!

—Channah Hizqiyahu

I just want to say thank you, because I didn't know whether to honor Passover on the 30th of March or April 14th and 15th. I got up this morning and I prayed about it and before I knew it I was looking at my phone and I believe I saw a notification for your video and I thank Yah for answering my prayers because I did not know what to do, so thank you again. Shalom.

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