Greetings dear everyone!
I could not have seen the new moon anywhere from sunset at 18:04 until I ended my search at18:33 in spite of
a totally clear sky. This is because that it was not yet at least 20 hours old when sunset-18:04 arrived. It was not older
than 19 hours and 33 minutes at sunset.
Its 20 hours of age ushered in not until 18:31 arrived, 27 minutes after sunset,
by which time, if it was at all to some extent above the horizon, being so low, it would have already dipped below the horizon
by the time it became dark enough when it is possible to see a visible new moon.
The sighting of the new moon for the
North America region for this evening is predicted as follows from the Truth of Yahweh website:
The New Moon is
expected to be seen after sunset in the Continental United States.
Moon elevation above the horizon for most of the United States will
be about 9 degrees at sunset.
Moon age for the four U.S. time zones east
to west: 21, 22, 23, and 24 hours.
Visibility: Visible if conditions are perfect
Sunset to moonset: approximately 53
Outside of the United States:
Australia – not visible
Africa – not visible
Jerusalem – not visible
Honolulu - easily visible
Midway Island - easily visible
Awaiting your new moon confirmation for this evening Thursday 03rd February 2011.
Thursday evening 03rd February 2011
Friday 04th February 2011 is Indeed New Moon Day
.) This made Friday 04th February 2011 the New-Moon-First-Day of the Bible 12th month
Adar throughout the North America region including here in the Eastern Caribbean from last evening Thursday sunset 03rd until
Friday sunset 04th.
A happy, fruitful and productive
Bible 12th month (moon) to everyone
The March new moon which most times marks the beginning of the Bible first month (moon) referred to as Abib
(Aviv) in the Bible, is carded to turn this current Bible year 5771/5846 into a leap year of thirteen
the barley in the fields of Israel has not yet arrived to the Abib/Aviv (green ears of maturing corn/grain) stage
by the closing/ending of the fourth quarter of this current moon in four weeks times from now. IF it turns out that the
maturing of the green ears of barley corn/grain in Israel occurs
not until a month later for the April new moon, as predicted, this would mean that the evening memorial observance of our
death and the seven-day celebration of Chag Ha'Matzot (the Feast of Unleavened Bread)
will this year 2011 both be occurring a month later next month April rather than during this Gregorian-Roman month
of March. Please see http://www.newmoonreport.org/biblecalchart.html, http://augustuspaul-ivil.tripod.com/id105.html and http://augustuspaul-ivil.tripod.com/id112.html for a more detailed explanation.
Shabbat shalom and Yahweh bless,
Friday (Sabbath) evening 04th February 2011