Yeshuas’s birthdate (continued)


‘Let us begin with the time that the mother of Yeshua became pregnant. It is written in the New Testament:

“And in the Sixth Month, the angel Gabriel was sent from Elohim (Elyonin) unto a city of Galilee, named Nazareth, to a maiden espoused to a man whose name was Joseph, of the House of David; and the maiden’s name was Myriam.” (Luke 1:26-27)

‘Now you must remember that this sixth month was according to the Hebrew calendar, not the Roman calendar, when our Gabriel appeared to Myriam. You shall notice what he told her in verse 3: “And behold thou shalt conceive in thy womb, and bring forth a son, and shalt call his name Yeshua.”

‘Myriam was to conceive Yeshua at this time. And the sixth month is Elul, and comes in correspondence with the Roman calendar August to September. Myriam wondered at this, as we read in verse 35: 

“‘And the angel answered and said to her: the Holy Spirit shall come upon thee, and the power of the Highest shall overshadow thee; therefore that holy thing which shall be born of thee shall be called son of Elohim”.

‘So Gabriel was showing her that she would become pregnant with Yeshua during the sixth month, not some other month. How do we know this? Before the angel made this announcement to Myriam, Elisabeth had already been pregnant for five months.’

‘And after those days his wife Elizabeth conceived, ‘and hid herself five months,’ saying thus hath YHWH dealt with me in those days wherein He looked on me to take away my reproach among men’. (Luke 1:24-25)

‘So Elizabeth conceived John, and then hid away for five months. Then in the next verse, Gabriel came to Myriam, who had become pregnant during Elizabeth’s sixth month of pregnancy. If Myriam became pregnant during that sixth month, she should have become pregnant after Elizabeth had been pregnant five complete months, and was her sixth month of pregnancy. And we find the proof in Gabriel’s speech to Myriam: “And behold, thy cousin Elizabeth, she hath also conceived a son in her old age: and this is the sixth month with her who was called barren”. (Luke 1:36)

‘In the sixth month, by the Hebrew calendar, when Gabriel came to Miriam to announce that she would conceive Yeshua, Elizabeth was in her sixth month of her pregnancy with John the Baptizer. Elizabeth conceived in the first month. If Myriam became pregnant with Yeshua in the sixth month, then she and Elizabeth would have been pregnant at the same time or about three months before John was born.’

‘Now in order for Yeshua to have to have been born on December 25, Myriam would have had to have become pregnant about nine months before December 25, which would be the Roman month of March. This would correspond to the Hebrew month of Abib, which is the first month, the time when Elizabeth became pregnant. And that year, the Hebrew first month fell in March of the Roman Year.’

‘If Myriam became pregnant in the sixth month, Yeshua would have been born nine months later, in the spring! You should also remember that the Hebrew calendar has leap years, when an extra month is added; and if that year was a leap year, Myriam would have been pregnant:


1-  The sixth month .         6-  The eleventh month .

2-  The seventh month .       7-  The twelfth month .

3-  The eighth month .        8-  The extra thirteenth month .

4-  The ninth month .         9-  The first month .

5-  The tenth month .

‘The first month is Abib, which falls the following year, the month when the Passover comes; making it a total of nine months. The only way for Myriam to have conceived Yeshua until March after Gabriel appeared to her, so he could be born on December 25, would be that Myriam never became pregnant until after John the Baptizer was born.’

‘You shall remember that in that Hebrew sixth month, Elizabeth was sixth months pregnant, so John would have been born in her ninth month: which would be the Hebrew month of Kislev, the month when Hanukkah is celebrated, which is in winter time! Then if Miriam did not conceive ‘Jesus’ until after John was born, so that ‘Jesus’ could be a Christmas baby that would mean that Myriam and Elizabeth could never have both been pregnant at the same time.’

‘Let us find out which is true: were Miriam and Elizabeth never pregnant at the same time, making December 25th a distinct possibility for Yeshua? Or were Miriam and Elizabeth both pregnant at the same time, making it impossible for ‘Jesus’ to have been born in December 25th?’

“‘And Myriam said (to the angel) behold the handmaid of YHWH; be it unto me according to thy word. And the angel departed from her.”

‘And Myriam arose in those DAYS (of that sixth month) and went into the hill country with haste into a city of Judah; and entered into the house of Zacharias, and saluted Elizabeth.’

‘And it came to pass, that when Elizabeth heard the salutation of Myriam, the babe (John) leaped in her womb; and Elizabeth was influenced with the Holy Spirit: and she spake with a loud voice, and said, blessed art thou amongst women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, and whence is this to me that the mother of Adoni (My Lord) should come to me?’ (Luke 1:38-42)

‘You see that when Myriam departed from Gabriel, she said: “Be it according to thy word.” So, she became pregnant during that sixth month. That same month she immediately went to Elizabeth who was six months pregnant with John. Elizabeth said: ‘blessed is the fruit of thy womb’, then said that the mother of her master Yeshua had come to her.’

‘The fruit of Miriam’s womb was with her when she arrived at Elizabeth’s house, and she was already called Yeshua’s mother, for he already was within Miriam’s womb. They were therefore pregnant at the same time, and that makes a December birth for Yeshua impossibility, unless Yeshua was three or four months premature.’

‘Now that I have established that Myriam and Elizabeth were pregnant at the same time without the risk of a doubt, how do we know then that Myriam actually conceived in that sixth month Let us consult the passage:’

‘And Myriam abode with her (Elizabeth) about three months, and returned to her house.  Now Elizabeth’s full time came that she should be delivered; and she brought forth a son. (Luke 1:56-57)

‘Myriam started staying with Elizabeth, who was six months pregnant, with enough time for her to carry John to a full term nine months, before John was born. If Myriam had waited a month or two after Gabriel departed, before she became pregnant, and went to Elizabeth’s house, it would have been the seventh or eighth month of Elizabeth’s pregnancy. Myriam could not have stayed with her for three months, and John still not be born until Myriam went back home.’

‘As Elizabeth was nine months pregnant with John before her time came to be delivered, we know, counting back three months would have made Elizabeth in her sixth month with John. We also know that when Myriam arrived at Elizabeth’s house, she was already conceived with Yeshua. It was this very same sixth month when the Angel appeared to Myriam, telling her that she was pregnant with Yeshua, and it was at that time Elizabeth’s sixth month or pregnancy.’

‘And that proves, without the shadow of a doubt:  Myriam conceived Jesus during the sixth month of the Hebrew calendar, the same month Gabriel appeared to her. Now let us continue.’

‘When John was born, Myriam was three and-a-half months pregnant with Yeshua, who would have been born in Abib, making John, Yeshua’s older cousin by about six months. This in itself proves it impossible for Yeshua to have been born on December 25, making Christmas NOT the time of the year when Yeshua was born. This means that, when people celebrate it, they are not celebrating Yeshua’s birthday, it is John the Baptist’s.’ 

‘But since John was not as historically important as Yeshua, it can be positively said that they are celebrating a pagan feast that is based on lies and deceptions, and in the mystery of iniquity. Later, we shall come to the mystery of iniquity, for now I shall find further proof of exactly when Yeshua was born, still on the bit of information which can be found in the ‘New ‘Testament’ and which as you shall see, is sufficient.’

‘If the Roman who had rewritten the Apostle’s account had been familiar with Jewish religious customs, they would have taken the whole text of Luke about the birth out of their ‘New Testament’ all together, in order that their lies may remain forever hidden.’

‘Now his parents went to Jerusalem every year at the feast of Passover. And when he was twelve years old, they went up to Jerusalem after the custom of the feast.’ Luke 2:  41-42 (King James Version). In the Kingdom Interlinear Translation, the original Greek verse 42 says: ‘And when he came to be of years twelve, going up according to the custom of the festival.’

‘You see that Yeshua was not simply twelve years old (as the KJV states) when they went to keep the Passover. But he came to be of years twelve, (as) they were going up to the feast. That signifies that he reached his twelve years during the time of the Passover.’

‘If we translate it properly: ‘And when Yeshua became twelve years old, they were going up to the festival’, or ‘As they went travelling up for the festival, Yeshua became twelve years old.’

‘This is in harmony with what we have already told you, if Yeshua became twelve while they were journeying from the Galilee to Jerusalem, or as they entered Jerusalem for Passover. It means that his birthday was in the month when Passover comes, the month of Abib. This is nine months from the time Gabriel appeared to Myriam, in the sixth month.’

‘That means that Yeshua’s birthday was a little before the Passover day, for he became twelve as they journeyed, or as they entered Jerusalem. And they had to get there a little ahead of time to get ready for the feast. Let us see what the Law of Moses says of Passover.’

‘In the fourteenth day of the first month at even is YHWH’s Passover.’ This is the month that Yahweh told Moses, would be the beginning of months when Israel was to have the Death Angel pass over their homes in Egypt. So Yeshua’s birthday was a little before the fourteenth day, but still during the same month, the month of Abib.  That is why Paul called Yeshua the ‘Passover Lamb’: ‘… For even Messiah (Yeshua) our Passover is sacrificed for us.’ (1 Corinthians 5:7)

‘Yeshua has to fulfill the role of Passover Lamb, to be called that; that means he should be proved to have been born ten days before Passover. Many times Yeshua is called ‘the lamb of Elohim’ which washes away the sins of man. Now let us find out when the Passover lamb is born, to see if ‘Jesus’ fulfilled it and is rightfully called so.’

‘Speak ye unto all the congregation of Israel, saying, in the Tenth Day of the Month they shall take to them every man a lamb, according to the house of their fathers, a lamb for an house.’ (Exodus 12:3)

‘You shall notice that the Passover lamb was taken on the tenth day of the month, a little before the Passover day, which is the fourteenth. Your lamb shall be without blemish, a male of the first year’. This verse says that the lamb must be exactly one year old, taken up and set aside on the Tenth Day of the month, and it was to be kept for the Passover on the fourteenth.’

‘The tenth day is mentioned for a reason: Passover came on the fourteenth, and that is when the lamb was sacrificed. The tenth day is when Yahweh said he wanted a one year old lamb set aside for the fourteenth. The lamb had to be exactly one year old on the tenth.’

‘Therefore each year, on the tenth of Abib, all the Passover lambs of one year old that were born the year before on the tenth of Abib were set aside for Passover. Also, those mothers that were eweing had to be watched on the tenth of Abib because every lamb born on that tenth day would be specially and exclusively kept track of, as Passover lambs for the following year, when the next tenth of Abib came, as lambs one year old were needed again for the next Passover. This was a strict law that had to be observed, as no other lambs were suitable.’

‘So, if Yeshua fulfilled this, he would have been born on the tenth of Abib, at the same time as the little Passover lambs. Now did he fulfill it? That is when I send you back again to that story surrounding the birth of Yeshua, and which the unsuspecting Romans so thankfully for us, left intact in the book of Luke.’

‘And she (Myriam) brought forth her firstborn son, and wrapped him in swaddling clothes, and laid him in a manger; because there was no room for him in the inn.’ (Luke 2:7)

‘Remember YHWH’s days start and end at sun sundown. So from the time the sun went down, ending the ninth of Abib, to the next day at sundown ending the tenth of Abib, the shepherds had to watch flocks to keep track of all the lambs born that night and daylight portion of the tenth of Abib, so they would know which lambs were to be used for Passover for the next year.’

Luke said: “And there were in the same countryside shepherds abiding in the field, keeping watch over their flock at Night.’ (Luke 2:8). These shepherds were out all that night for one purpose only: to watch on this tenth day of Abib, which of their flocks were eweing, for their lambs were to be used the following year.’

‘Notice that the angel (really one of Elyonin) said to those shepherds: ‘For unto you is born This Day in the city of David a savior which is Messiah the ruler.’ (verse 11). ‘This very same day, in which the shepherds were watching for the next year’s Passover lambs, on the tenth day of Abib Yeshua, was born.’

‘This is the evidence that Yeshua (or Jesus for you) was indeed the human Passover lamb, that he turned twelve years old just as he entered Jerusalem for Passover, showing that his birthday was on the tenth, just a few days before Passover, which comes on the fourteenth day. May I add that Abib, the first Month that year fell in April of the Roman year.’

Yeshua was not on December the 25th or even near it. Christmas is not biblical, it is based on lies and deception and our Leader does not want his people to keep it.

‘But Yeshua recommended his followers to keep ‘his’ Passover, which is, the Passover that he himself kept, or the Passover of his ancestors, the Jewish Passover. But he told them to remember him when eating and drinking during that time, because like a Passover lamb, he too was allowing himself to be killed as a sacrifice to his beliefs.’

‘You see that we prefer to call Yeshua by his Jewish name, but we used the name of ‘Jesus’ between parentheses from time to time here to facilitate what we wanted to say.  From now on, there is no longer a reason for any true followers of Yeshua to continue practicing Christmas idolatry. You know the truth.’

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