The Design of Time

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Is there any indication of mindful reason (or purpose) for the current spin-orbital configuration of the Earth and Moon?



           Lunisolar Time Design

           Interrelated Earth-Moon

           Functional Time Design

           The Slowing Spin of the Earth

           The Jubilee Time Cycle

           Significance of 40 Days

           Was the Flood of Noah Real?

           Looking at Ancient Astronomy

           A Significant Circle-of-Sevens

           The 70-Year Cycle

           Chronology of Jubilees

           Predicted Time Cycles

           Is Doomsday Ahead?

           A Count of 360 Days

           An Eclipse in Genesis

           The Moon's 50-Day Cycle



           A Case for Created Time?

           A Significant Jubilee Cycle

           The Significance of 70 Years

           Tracking the Day-of-the-Sun

           Time Portals or Annual Gates

           The Moon as a Time Meter

           Sabbath of the Lunar Week

           The Feast of Weeks

Earth, Moon, and Sun

The time stream when subdivided by the action of the Earth-Moon can be recognized to contain specific time structures. The clear indication of arranged time structures points to the ultimate possibility that units of the solar day, the synodic month, and the solar year are components or elements of a time-tracking system that is fully interrelated. In essence, the spin of the Earth does appear to function or work in quite perfect interface both with the annual transit of the Sun and also with the synodic revolution of the Moon. The phases of the Moon do likewise appear to return in interface with each of the passing seasons--on the average.

For comprehensive information concerning what appears to be interrelatedness between Earth, Moon, and Sun cycles, refer to the literature linked from the opposite column. A satisfactory systems view of the rates of solar days, lunar phases, and solar years is not only possible but an interpretation of lunisolar time design seems quite easy to comprehend. It is very clear that rates of days, lunar phases, and years may represent codependent rates (or more than independent rates).

Sources from the Temple Era

Pertinent to a study of time design is that a plausible luni-based interpretation of the jubilee circle is contained in texts from the Temple Era. Some of the early-written manuscripts have significant information of perfectly related time cycles (both lunar cycles and solar cycles). In addition to containing graphic description of lunisolar time design, some ancient texts surprisingly show that priest-astronomers were quite effective in measuring and metering out both the lunar and solar movements.

For more information concerning the design of time, and of early astronomy and astronomers, follow this link.

A quest for creation answers

The online publications represent the results of an enduring research project. The project is headed-up by James Dwyer. (Jim was formerly a Computer Systems Programmer with the U.S. Geological Survey). Team members also include Sherry Goodwin. We do hope that our current research of the Earth-Moon system will be of great benefit in furthering your study of a created solar system.

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Last Revised: 'The Feast of Weeks' on April 12, 2016
Last Revised: 'Significance of the Lunar Week' on February 19, 2015
Last Revised: 'Tracking the Day-of-the-Sun' on June 9, 2015

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