2022 APPOINTED TIMES

Each Gregorian year, the ancient Appointed Times (otherwise known as Feasts) described in the Bible, are determined by the sun and moon. For more information on how these ancient dates are calculated and why we know they are accurate, see the Ancient Calendar page (Note: these are not the modern variations).

The ancient months start on the new moons. The following is the 2022 moon phase calendar:

January

The new moon of January 2, 2022 marks the start of the ninth month in the northern hemisphere on the ancient calendar. In the southern hemisphere, this new moon will start the third month. Shavuot, in the southern hemisphere, will occur on the window of January 6-8, and Noah’s Rain (southern hemisphere) will end January 30.

February

The new moon of February 1 will start the tenth month in the northern hemisphere and the fourth month in the southern hemisphere.

March

The new moon of March 2 will start the eleventh month in the northern hemisphere and the fifth month in the southern hemisphere. The final window for the start of the final 42 months will occur on March 9-11.

April

The new moon of April 1 will start the twelfth month in the northern hemisphere and the sixth month in the southern hemisphere.

The turn of both the sun and moon will be complete by the full moon of April 16:

Therefore, the ancient first month (northern hemisphere) will start two weeks later on the new moon of April 30. This will be the start of the seventh month in the southern hemisphere.

May

The new moon of April 30 will start the first month in the northern hemisphere and the seventh month (Trumpets) in the southern hemisphere. The Sabbath window will change to Friday – Monday, Atonement (south) will occur May 8-10, then Passover and Unleavened Bread (north) will start on the window of May 13-15, and Tabernacles (South) starts May 14.

The new moon of May 30 will start the second month in the northern hemisphere and the eighth month in the southern hemisphere.

June

Noah’s Rain watch will start on the window of June 15-17. The new moon of June 28 will start the third month in the northern hemisphere and the ninth month in the southern hemisphere.

July

The Shavuot “Wheat Harvest” will occur on the window of July 2-4 (North). The 24th day of the 9th month (South) will occur July 21-23, and Noah’s 40 Days (North) will end on July 27. The new moon of July 28 will start the fourth month in the northern hemisphere and the tenth month in the southern hemisphere. The tenth month is an important watch.

August

The new moon of August 27 will start the fifth month in the northern hemisphere and the eleventh month in the southern hemisphere.

September

The new moon of September 25 will start the sixth month in the northern hemisphere and the twelfth month in the southern hemisphere. The twelfth month is an important watch.

October

The turn will be complete by the full moon of October 9:

Therefore, the first and seventh months will start two weeks later on the new moon of October 25. This will start the seventh month in the northern hemisphere; Ancient Trumpets (North) will occur October 25-27, and this will mark the start of the first month in the southern hemisphere.

November

Ancient Trumpets (North) will occur October 25-27, and this will mark the start of the first month in the southern hemisphere. The Sabbath day window will change to Monday-Wednesday, Atonement (North) will occur on the window of November 2-4, Passover (South) will occur November 7-9, Unleavened Bread (South) will start on November 7, Tabernacles (North) will start on November 8.

The new moon of November 23 will mark the start of the eighth month in the northern hemisphere, and the second month in the southern hemisphere.

December

Noah’s forty days (Southern Hemisphere) will start December 9-11. The new moon of December 23 will start the ninth month in the northern hemisphere and the third month in the southern hemisphere. The Shavuot “Wheat Harvest” will occur on the window of December 27-29 (South).

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