Secondary 800-Year Age of Adam begins the secondary age category with the first 800-year Generation Cycle. Lunar/solar math in the Holy Bible had lunar/solar calendar origins from the three oldest sources: Jewish, Egyptian and Mesoamerican Calendars that support the Antediluvian Patriarchs Bible calendar. Some Mayan terms are the Katun, Baktun cycles, Tzolken and Tun parts of the Bible Antediluvian Patriarch calendar. Each Antediluvian Patriarch character in the lineage to Enoch reports time reckoning common to ancient civilizations. Time Emits defines a primary age category and a secondary age category in the lengthening Antediluvian Calendar.
Secondary 800-Year Age of Adam
The secondary 800-year Generation Cycle is the tool we need to resolve the genealogy following Adam. Genesis scriptures quote a primary age and a secondary age for each listed character from Adam to Noah. Collectively known as the Antediluvian Patriarchs, they have a primary age until fathering the next named character. Secondary ages measure time from fatherhood until death. Genesis 5:4 informs us that Adam lives for 800-years following the birth of Seth. Work at timeemits.com groups primary ages into one primary age category. The Antediluvian Calendar secondary age category starts with the first 800-year Generation Cycle. The secondary age category groups the secondary ages together. The secondary age category is total lunar/solar time, denoted here “l/s”, and includes all Patriarchs in consecutive order. Generation Cycles illustrate the wisdom of ancient minds.
“And the days of Adam after he had begotten Seth were eight hundred years:
and he begat sons and daughters:”
Segments of 800-years increment the secondary age category at the end of every primary age division. Extending the ancient recordings expresses by repeating the secondary 800-year age of Adam for Seth and the remaining characters. A repeating 800-year Generation Cycle was included with the secondary age for each later descendant Patriarch. Antediluvian characters from Adam through Jared utilize 800-year Generation Cycles as part of their respective secondary ages. The 800-year Generation Cycle was a single unit of time. Components from lunar/solar calendar systems assemble the advanced 800-year Generation Cycle.
The begat genealogy following Adam lists a secondary age from the time of fathering the son, until the character’s death. The original 19-year-l/s-cycle of the Jewish Calendar modifies to become a 20-year-l/s-cycle regarding the Mesoamerican Calendars. Multiples of 20-year-l/s-cycles form the secondary age category. Each year in the 20-year-l/s-cycle was a 360-day-Tun-year. Mayan terminology employs the prefix “Ka” in the word Katun that describes one 20-year-Katun-cycle. Twenty multiples of the 20-year-Katun-cycle permits the Mayan prefix “Bak” to describe a 400-year-Baktun-cycle. Increments of 400-year-Baktun-cycles count the secondary ages for all characters in the Antediluvian Calendar.
Judeo-Christian history began with lunar/solar time reckoning concepts. Archaic evidence reveals that 800-year Generation Cycles were entrenched during the era of Adam and Eve. The time line establishes earliest Bible followers held acquired skills in astronomy, mathematics and communications. Actual observation through ancient eyes taught astronomers the 20-year lunar/solar cycle repeated the same heavenly sun, moon and star positions. The rational key to this calendar system accounts for precise fractions of degrees to the horizon, the phase of moon and gradual star locations. Lunar/solar time keeping order warrants a calendar system that later transferred to Mesoamerica either intact or in pieces. Located near Byblos and Ur, a small pocket of culture preserved the historical log in Genesis.
The calendar numbers found in the Holy Bible is, was, and ever shall be -- everlasting. The eternal domain belongs to God. Beginning with Adam (generic man) and Eve (sunset, Ĕrçve), the calendar is the human way to measure time and our precious treasure from the Bible. Message skills developed to permit transfer of the sacred calendar knowledge. The Word is the sanctuary for calendar material that began over 10,000 years ago. Genesis 5 holds the 800-year Generation Cycle legacy of the ancient past.
Calendar science highlights more awareness and esteem for early people than what is currently agreed. Primeval humanity wrote this calendar material in the familiar style common to their culture. Countless languages and interpretations preserve the sacred calendar numbers. From original Hebrew and Greek, through Old English and modern, we have the astonishing knowledge of distant past history. Beyond the sheer numbers and impressive calendar math, this Bible study describes absolute time reckoning in the sense prevalent back then. Our modern task is to adapt present understanding to reflect a people with extraordinary abilities.
Generation Cycles allow modern society to examine early scriptures based on original content meanings. Numeric remnants of the calendar and names attached to it constitute basic ingredients found with the Jewish, Egyptian and Mesoamerican Calendars of the Western Hemisphere. Manifest in mythology and religion, proto-historic gods and deities aided formulation of the calendar. The Antediluvian Calendar uses an agricultural 260-day-Tzolken-sacred-year within every 365-day-solar-year and extends by repeating 800-year Generation Cycles. Three different calendars combine for a hybrid understanding of extremely remote bonds in history. All three above were major calendars of the ancient world and commence between 4,241 B.C.E. and 3,113 B.C.E. years. Entwined with the Egyptian mythology and Israelite folklore, Mesoamericans add their beliefs regarding this advanced form of the calendar. A pattern sequence emerges to span nearly 8,000-years of history prior to the Great Flood of Noah.
The first 400-year-Baktun-cycle begins the secondary age category. Mayan calendar architects integrated their base 20 numbering system for both days and years. Mere 20-year cycles brought the heavens to a very close arrangement compared to the original state. The 20-year-l/s-cycle required further calendar refinements. The 400-year-Baktun-cycle enhances lunar/solar timekeeping over 20 multiples of 20-year-l/s-cycles. Time squares from multiplying 20-year-l/s-cycles by 20-year-l/s-cycles. The 400-year-Baktun-cycle was a product of the Mayan Calendar and the comprehensive period to indicate 210-years of l/s separation time. The 400-year-Baktun-cycle doubles to get the secondary 800-year Generation Cycle age of Adam. The secondary 800-year age of Adam completes the first 800-year Generation Cycle. Later descendants of Adam continued to add 800-year Generation Cycle spans.
Mesoamerican Calendars employed a 52-year Calendar Round that used both the 260-day-Tzolken-sacred-year and the 360-day-Tun-year. Working like meshed gears, 52-Haab-solar-years of 365-days each and 73-Tzolken-sacred-years having 260-days each pinpointed any calendar date. The 52-year Calendar Round is famous to archeology. After 18,980-days, the 52-year Calendar Round repeats. An intense ideology focused upon the Calendar Round preserved religious and social customs. The 52-year Calendar Round derives from the original calendar of Adam.
A 5200-year Great Cycle in the Mayan Calendar expands the 52-year Calendar Round a hundredfold. Concentric time shifts the reference from days to years. The scale multiple is exactly 100 times greater in the 5200-year Great Cycle versus the 52-year Calendar Round. The Long Count Initial Series and the Great Cycle are variations along the same theme. The Long Count was a popular way to synthesize calendar meanings in the mid-twentieth century. Mesoamerican chronologists point to the cyclic nature of Mayan Calendar time. A Great Cycle consisting of 5200-Haab-solar-years follows the same sequence of 13 different 400-year-Baktun-cycles as the Long Count.
Twelve consecutive 400-year-Baktun-cycles give rise to the presumed Mayan Creation date of 18.104.22.168.0. The Mayan Baktun numbers range from 1 to 13 in the Long Count Initial Series rather than 0 to 12. The Long Count is a number line, linear format developed for convenience. On the other hand, the Great Cycle presumes 12 Baktuns have already elapsed prior to 22.214.171.124.0. The Great Cycle repeats after 5200-Haab-solar-years or 7300-Tzolken-sacred-years, whereas the Long Count happens once.
Adam and his descendants accentuate a culture with outstanding perception and reasoning. Adam first identified a primary 130-year age, which was half of a 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle. Seth was the first masculine, solar-side time split written for two Mesoamerican 400-year-Baktun-cycles. The next l/s time split in the primary age category quarters the 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle to derive the primary 90-Tzolken-sacred-year age of Enos. At the end of the primary 90-Tzolken-sacred-year age of Enos, Cainan was born. The calendar system of halving, doubling and dividing time predicated most history.
Ancient theories of time reckoning divide the 260-day-Tzolken-sacred-year and the 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle in half as a single term. The calendar applies numerical matching to obtain 130-days and 130-years in a single term also. The division of 210-days l/s separation time for a 20-year-l/s- cycle results in 105-days of solar-side time split. The calendar squares 20-years by multiplying a 20-year-l/s-cycle by itself. The resulting 400-year-Baktun-cycle numerically matches 210-years of l/s separation time and concludes with 105-years of solar-side time split.
Significant steps in the secondary age category occur for each 400-year-Baktun-cycle. The 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle in the primary age category halves for the primary 130-year age of Adam at the completion of the first 400-year-Baktun-cycle. Midpoint age levels in the secondary age category are the odd numbered 400-year-Baktun-cycles. Total secondary age category time is 400-l/s-years that coincide with the end of the primary 130-year age of Adam. The second 400-year-Baktun-cycle increments the secondary age category and achieves the first 800-year Generation Cycle for Adam. Total secondary age category time is 800-l/s-years and Adams’ 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle is complete. The third 400-year-Baktun-cycle equally halves 210-years of lunar/solar separation to get 105-years of solar-side time split. Total secondary age category time is 1200-l/s-years to mark the end of Seth’s primary 105-year age. A fourth 400-year-Baktun-cycle adds to Seth’s secondary age category. Seth’s secondary age category concludes 1,600-years l/s time.
The end of odd 400-year-Baktun-cycle multiples are the halfway point transitions that determine changes in the primary age category. For example, the first 400-year-Baktun-cycle ending signals the halfway division of the primary age 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle. The end of the second 400-year-Baktun-cycle also ends the first 800-year Generation Cycle for Adam. The beginning of Seth’s secondary age category starts, or “begets”, 105-years of solar-side time split in Seth’s primary age category. A third 400-year-Baktun-cycle ends the first half of 210-years l/s separation time, thus resulting in 105-years of solar-side time split. A pattern emerges to alternate divisions of the 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle with solar-side time splits in the primary age category.
Given by Genesis 5:6, Seth’s primary age at the time of fathering Enos is 105-years. The first 800-year Generation Cycle finishes the secondary age category for Adam at the end of two successive 400-year-Baktun-cycles. The secondary 807-year age of Seth uses the same method. Seth repeats the 800-year Generation Cycle for the second time. Seth’s primary age halves 210-years of separation time to show 105-years of solar-side time split instead of dividing the 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle. Divisions of the 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle alternate with successive solar-side time splits.
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