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New Moon -- what and where she is



  • Jaelyn 6 years ago


  • Terry Hurlbut - Creationism Examiner 6 years ago

    The new moon, by your first definition, must have been the new moon used to mark the calendar. This is especially true of the ancient Israelite calendar, which was re-synchronized to the growing season every year. If the barley was not ripe, the new moon was simply not declared, and the twelfth month of the year would have 59 days. The notion of a thirteenth thrown-in month was borrowed from the Romans, I'd guess.

  • Scott Knutson - Philly Mystical-Spirituality Exami 6 years ago

    Interesting. I learned some new things.

  • Susan Hillman New Orleans Mental Health Examiner 6 years ago

    Good article! I am pagan and I still learned a lot from this article

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