2022 Potential Feast Dates

In December we start tracking all the meteorological events and conditions which shape the next barley growing season in Israel. What we plan on doing is posting information each week which we use to evaluate when the turn of the year takes place in the Promised Land (from winter to summer). We will cover all the criteria used to do so in the environment and also track all 10 of the Biblical witnesses in creation to that great yearly event taking place. Many of you are familiar with what we do but just as many are not, so we will be once again putting the experiences of 2 decades of inspections in the Land into simple language and simple patterns. These factors and many more are part of the patterns we have recorded and published for all to see for FREE. No cost to anyone. We have a brother in the Land who primarily uses the Domestic barley for his personal understanding as to the turn of the year and a sister who uses the Wild barley for her purposes. Neither of them seek a following or any of your money. We will hopefully be able to include their inspections in the information we will be posting during December through the middle of March.


Here is the link to the article we published entitled: "Abib Calendar Criteria to Use when not in the Land."

All days start from sunset the previous day.  The following dates are based on our understanding of observation and they might change by a day or two depending on other methods.


If a normal 12-month year:


New Year:  March 4th

Conditions will need to be very good for it to be seen after sunset on March 3rd near Jerusalem. If not seen, Passover and UB dates here will be one day later.

Passover:  March 17
UB:  March 18-24
Wavesheaf Day:  March 20th
Pentecost:  May 8th
Trumpets:  August 29th
Atonement:  September 7th
Tabernacles:  September 12th
8Th Day:  September 19th
If an intercalated year:
New Year:  April 3rd
Passover:  April 16th
UB:  April 17-23rd
Wavesheaf Day:  April 17th
Pentecost:  June 5th
Trumpets:  September 28th
Atonement:  October 7th
Tabernacles:  October 12th
8th Day:  October 19th


Take a look at Feast Dates From Previous Years:
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