OUR HOLY DAYS & HOLY FESTIVALS

 

2010 Holy Calendar

 

 

 

Exodus (Orit ZeS'e'At) 23 v. 1-2

 

 

"And the YAHWEH spoke to the Muse (Moses), saying, "SPEAK TO THE CHILDREN OF ISRAEL, and say to them: 'The feasts of the YAHWEH, which you shall proclaim to be QIDUS [holy; sacred] convocations [gatherings], these are My feasts [be'alatocheyn]."

CONCERNING THE SENBET (SABBATH) DAY(s), weekly and the seasonal:

HIS IMPERIAL MAJESTY, QEDAMAWI HAILE SELLASSIE (I) commands and affirmatively reminds us, saying:

"Hitherto work on the Senbet [Sabbath] was forbidden; now you will, in fact, be punished when found working on the Senbet."  My Life and Ethiopia's Progess (1892-1937), The Autobiography of Emperor Haile Sellassie I, Chapter 4 page 42 [pg. 22 Amharic]

The HOLY SCRIPTURES says the SAME! Read and Study: Exodus 20: 8-11; Leviticus [Orit zeLewawiyan] 23:2

The Three MANDATORY National Feasts (for all Ethiopic-Hebrew Black males), namely: Unleavened Bread; Firstfruits; Ingathering. (Exodus 23 [Orit ZeS'e'At]:14-19)

Exodus  (Orit ZeS'e'At) 23 V. 14

"Three Times Thou Shalt Keep A Feast To Me In The Year."

"...the three annual festivals, i.e. Mesqel, Lidet, and Fasika"

My Life and Ethiopia's Progess (1892-1937), The Autobiography of Emperor Haile Sellassie I, Chapter 4 page 41 [pg. 23 Amharic]

1. Fasika/ Passover (Exodus 12:1-20; Month of Abib [later called Nisan]/Miyazya - March/April)

2. Meker Be'Al/ Firstfruit Festival  (Exodus 34:22; Leviticus 23:15-21; Pentecost, or 50 Days after Fasika)

3. Dass Be'Al/ Tabernacles or, Ingathering (Leviticus 23:33-43; Month of Tishri/Meskerem for 7 Days and on the 8th day a High Senbet, Holy day is commemorated.)

The above are the THREE FESTIVALS and HOLY DAYS that the Holy scriptures state are commanded by YAH and reaffirmed and prophetically verified by the King of Kings, H.I.M. HAILE SELLASSIE I upon all the Black hebrew males of IsraEL to "appear before the YAHWEH." Therefore, Ethiopic-Hebrew based accurate knowledge, study and education is necessary regarding the Orit [Ethiopian-Hebrew Torah]. the Ethiopian-Hebrew calender/calculation of "time and times" and the prophetic fulfillment of IYESUS KRISTOS, the True Woolly-Haired, Burnt Brass skinned Messiah, i.e. "the Black Meshih" of 2,000 ago of the Fall "Feasts" (Be'Alat)...

ETHIOPIAN-HEBREW CALENDER (education)

IsraEL's Sacred or "religious" culture [or, cult] calender began in the month originally called Abib [after the barley harvest].  Later, this month, Abib [or, mispronounced by Euro-jews as "Aviv"] was called Nisan and occurred in the spring, March-April [Miyazya in Ethiopic]. The Civil, or secular calender year began in autumn month of Tishri, the Month of Meskerem as in the Canaanite "state of Israel" and post-Hebrew modern Ethiopia.

There are Seven (7) primary Holy [qidus] festivals [be'alat] of the Ethiopian-Hebrews that are included within the first seven (7) months of the Sacred calender year, namely:

The First Three Feasts (Spring):

1. FASIKA - Passover

2. (ye) Q'iTTa be'Al - Unleavened Bread Feast

3. Bekw'rat Nedo (Mejemeriyawin Nedo) - Firstfruits

All of the above, Fasika, yeQiTa Be'Al and the Meker Be'Al (Passover, Unleavened Bread and the Harvest festivals) all take place in the first month, Abib/Nisan that corresponds to Miyazya (March-April).

4. Meker Be'Al - Harvest Festival; PenT'eqos'Te (Pentecost)

Between the First Three (Spring) and the Last Three (Autumn, or Fall) there is the Festival of Weeks [Suba'E] called Pentecost (Meker Be'Al) that followed fifty days after the offering of the Bekw'rat Nedo also called (ye) Mejemeriyawin Nedo (Firstfruits).

The Last Three Feasts (Autumn/Fall):

5. Meleket Dim'ds - Trumpets Festival

6. (ye) Mastesriya Q'en/ Seryet/ Astesriyo - Day of Atonement

7. (ye) Dass Be'Al - Ingathering, aka "Tabernacles"

"Hitherto work on the Senbet [Sabbath] was forbidden; now you will, in fact, be punished when found working on the Senbet."  My Life and Ethiopia's Progess (1892-1937), The Autobiography of Emperor Haile Sellassie I, Chapter 4 page 42 [pg. 22 Amharic]

 

SECULAR and PSEUDO-RELIGIOUS memorial days (celebrated and honoured by most Rastas, Nyahbinghi, Bobo Ashanti and Twelve Tribes of Israel organization 'dreads'):

1. H.I.M. Visit to Jamaica - April ?

2. Marcus Garvey Birthday - August 19th

3. H.I.M. Birthday - July 23rd

4. H.I.M. Coronation Day - November 2nd

5. Orthodox Ethiopian Christmas - January 7th

6. Bob "Nesta" Marley - February

7. Imperial Ethiopian Independence Day - May 5th

8. Ethiopian New Year's Day - September 11th

9. Ethiopian Orthodox Easter - April


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