Converting the Primary 90-Sacred-Year Age of Enos to 65-Tun-Years

By: timeemits

Genesis 5:9
"And Enos lived ninety years, and begat Cainan:"

The primary 90-Tzolken-sacred-year age of Enos archives the next layer of lunar/solar progression according to Genesis 5:9. Conversion techniques allow ages to exchange between the two cycles: a 360-year-Tun-cycle consisting of 260-day-Tzolken-sacred-years and a 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle consisting of 360-day-Tun-years. Both kinds of cycles total 93,600-days (Eqn 1 and Eqn. 2). Tun-years having 360-days and 260-day-Tzolken-sacred-years are positioned with a specific primary age sequence in the Antediluvian Patriarch calendar. Two values are equal: 130-Tun-years made with 360-days and 180-Tzolken-sacred-years made with 260-day-Tzolken-sacred-years. Adamís primary 130-Tun-year age computes the first half 130-Tun-years equal to 46,800-days (Eqn. 3). The next halfway division of 180-Tzolken-sacred-years occurs for Enos. A 180-Tzolken-sacred-year period equal to the primary 130-Tun-year age of Adam (Genesis 5:3), divides in half for 90-Tzolken-sacred-years. Multiplying 90-Tzolken-sacred-years by 260-day-Tzolken-sacred-years is equal to 23,400-days (Eqn. 4). The primary 90-Tzolken-sacred-year of Enos converts to 360-day-Tun-years in reverse order to detail biblical ages. The primary 90-Tzolken-sacred-year age of Enos, which equals 23,400-days, is one-quarter of a 360-year-Tun-cycle. Similarly, one-quarter of the 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle is 65-Tun-years. Equation 5 multiplies 65-Tun-years by the 360-day-Tun-year to find the same 23,400-days in the converted primary 65-Tun-year age of Enos. Summary equations 6 and 7 show quarterly designations for both types of cycles and the final 23,400-day age of Enos when his son, Cainan was born. Transitions from one character to the next change the primary age descriptions from 360-day-Tun-years to 260-day-Tzolken-sacred-years or vice versa.

One 65-Tun-year quarter of the 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle equals the given primary 90-Tzolken-sacred-year age for Enos. The same 23,400-days equal one quarter of 360-Tzolken-sacred-years in a 360-year-Tun-cycle. Enos marks the halfway point opposite to Adamís primary 130-Tun-year age. Enos subdivides the next 180-Tzolken-sacred-years by marking one 90-Tzolken-sacred-year quadrant. Four Mayan Year Bearer days divide the 260-day-Tzolken-sacred-year into four quarters. Identical numerical matching divides the 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle into four quadrants. Enos has a primary 90-Tzolken-sacred-year age that equals 65-Tun-years. The halving of layered primary ages is definite.

The 360-year-Tun-cycle separates into 180-Tzolken-sacred-years for the converted primary age of Adam. A half of a half is effectively the result for the primary 90-Tzolken-sacred-year age of Enos. Definitions for the 260-day-Tzolken-sacred-year or 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle in the Bible are absent. The primary 90-Tzolken-year age of Enos fits Mayan Calendar practices regarding the sacred Tzolken. The name of Enos applies a literal definition for mortal man that strengthens Adamís literal generic man meaning. Masculine traits implied for Old Testament vertical sacred pillars consolidate early attitudes that bear similes with solar rising and setting positions. Men began to call upon the name of the Lord (Genesis 4:26). The 360-day-Tun-year embeds so distantly remote that it defies chronology. The centerline value between lunar years and solar years dominates lunar/solar calendars.

The mainstay calendar length of year measured whole number integers for 12-months of 30-days each when people began to count weeks. The year of 360-days and sacred standing stones were joint requirements for the earliest worship. Expanding early theology to span 360-year-Tun-cycles naturally associates the zodiac with deified kings and constellations regarding the angelic host. The style of 360-day-Tun-years captures the essence of 364-day-calendar-year texts. Dominant Patriarchs were special mediators between the spiritual Lord above and mortal people below. Cosmology of the heavens includes saintly lore and astronomy. Kings, leaders and gods enter the assortment of mythological figures. Some characters in the Antediluvian Calendar genealogy fit the distinguishing scorn of fallen angels today.

Any year of 360-days inherently references the oldest technical lunar reckoning on earth. Scores of calendars have approximated lunar months to 30-days each. Twelve whole 30-day-lunar-months are foundational for 360-degrees in a circle. Associated culture has generated an overwhelming spectrum of religious, mathematical and scientific endeavors. Events leading to Deluge note the 360-day-calendar-year in the archaic calendar scriptures of Genesis 7:11. Celebrated use of the 360-day calendar year rightly perpetuates society. Chinese, Greek, Hindu and many subcultures employed variations of 360-days and detached 5-days remaining in the solar year. The Egyptian Coptic calendar is representative for most 365-day-solar-year operations. A special 5-day period intercalates with 360-days to finish the solar year. King Djoser (2670 B.C.E.) is reputed to have modified the older 365-day Egyptian calendar year to include one Leap Day every 4-years. Every fourth year, 5-days at the end of the year were increased to 6-days during leap years. Today, modern Coptic and Ethiopic calendars follow Gregorian leap day additions.

Numerical matching was especially vital for groups adhering to the 364-day-calendar-year. Extending 360-days that bracket together with 360-years is a natural outgrowth. Mayan and related Sun Kingdomsí cultures observed with the same pretense. The 360-day-Tun-year blends with the 360-year-Tun-cycle to accentuate diverse calendar functions. Everything in time and space belonged to four main quadrants. Especially noteworthy are the four 65-day quarterly divisions of the 260-day-Tzolken-sacred-year. The 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle divides with appropriate numerical matching into four equal 65-Tun-year quarterly divisions. Ceremonial centers ingrained directions of north, south, east and west through architecture. Sunlight and shadow displays coincide with equinoxes and solstices. Campuses and buildings specifically highlight the four cardinal points annually. A Mayan Tun that has 360-days-and-years is a single term.

360-year-Tun-cycle consists of 260-day-Tzolken-sacred-years
1. 360-year-Tun-cycle
x 260-day-Tzolken-sacred-years
= 93,600-days in 360-year-Tun-cycle

260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle consists of 360-day-Tun-years
2. 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle
x 360-day-Tun-years
= 93,600-days in 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle

Primary 130-Tun-year age of Adam
3. 130-Tun-year age of Adam
x 360-day-Tun-years
= 46,800-days in 130-Tun-year age of Adam are first half of 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle

Primary 90-Tzolken-sacred-year age of Enos converts to 65-Tun-years
4. 90-Tzolken-sacred-years
x 260-day-Tzolken-sacred-years
= 23,400-days in Primary 90-Tzolken-sacred-year age of Enos are third quarter of 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle

Converted primary 65-Tun-year age of Enos
5. 65-Tun-year age of Enos
x 360-day-Tun-years
= 23,400-days in Converted Primary 65-Tun-year age of Enos are third quarter of 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle

Quarter Division of 360-year-Tun-cycle
6. 360-Tun-year-cycle
= 360-Tzolken-sacred-years / 4
= 90-Tzolken-sacred-years quarter a 360-year-Tun-cycle
= 23,400-day Primary Age of Enos

Quarter Division of 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle
7. 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle
= 260-Tun-years /4
= 65-Tun-years quarter a 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle
= 23,400-day Primary Age of Enos

Are you a pastor, educator or a student of the Holy Bible? seeks anointed people to review and contribute to the Ages of Adam ministry. Ancient lunar/solar calendars like the Jewish and Mayan calendars provide the background to understanding early time. Ancient calendars of the Holy Bible use differences between the moon and sun, numerical matching and a 364-day calendar year to describe X-number of days that match with X-number of years. Ages of Adam is a free read at timeemits.

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