Primary_105-Year_Age_of_Seth includes four previous articles: Legend, Baktuns, Seth to Enoch Analogy and Effects. Legend combines ancient Egyptian mythology surrounding Seth and Enoch with principles found in the Holy Bible. Layered Antediluvian Calendar chronology begins with Mayan and relevant lunar/solar time. Supernatural spirituality within Judaism, examples and modern interpretations lead readers toward the Holy_of_Holies.
Baktuns extends Mayan and Mesoamerican calendar math to far greater time cycles. Antediluvian Calendar practices include numerical matching, squaring time and time splits. Baktuns signal 400-year cycles and the process of multiplying 20-year lunar/solar cycles by themselves. more>
Seth to Enoch Analogy follows a fictitious young man duty bound to write ancient observations throughout his lifetime and pass Holy Writings down within his family. Dynasties evidence deities, gods and kings have all portrayed calendar roles for Egyptology and Judaism. A 364-day calendar year applies for Seth and Enoch. more>
Effects Chronology established for the Antediluvian Patriarchs modifies traditional BCE dating methods with lunar/solar application. Prehistory before Abraham and supernatural influences are two effects borne from Seth’s position in ancient lore. more>
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