YAH's COVENANT CALENDAR CLUB

with Tim and Charlene & the CCC members

5.7 Tequfah & Sundials 101

Tequfah & Sundials 101

Tequfah & Sundials 101

The Tequfah (equinox) is a Celestial Event designed by Yahuah as a sign for determining time.  There are two tequfah’s each year – known as the vernal equinox and autumnal equinox.  When determining the “year-start” for Yahuah’s Covenant Calendar, it is the day of the spring tequfah that marks the last day of the old year with the equinox shadow.  Then, the next “break of day” with “dawn light” is the 1st day of the new year.  All one needs to do is track this shadow sign.  There are different methods for tracking the sun’s shadow depending on the instrument chosen for this assignment.  While many may feel that this is a difficult project, you might be surprised to find out, it’s actually very easy to know more about this “lost art” and track the shadow for yourself.  Plan to track the shadow this fall for the autumnal equinox that is to be observed on either Sept 22 or 23, 2022 (depending on your location).  This simple workshop will prepare you for marking the spring tequfah, so you can mark the festal year-start for yourself, IF all other options fail.  Enjoy this presentation as you “Come and See!”  Shalom! 

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Tequfah & Sundials 101

Tequfah & Sundials 101

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