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And My SHabbats They Greatly Profaned-YAKHAZAQ'AL/Ezekiel 20:12-21 DO You Take PART IN THE LUNAR SHABAT? YAHUAH SPEAKS!

by Ann Yahu (Notes) on Sunday, August 12, 2012 at 10:58pm

YAKHAZAQ'AL/Ezekiel 20:12-21 TO ALL THOSE WHO TAKE PART IN THE LUNAR SHABAT PLEASE READ YAHUAH WORDS And My SHabbats They Greatly Profaned. Then I Said I Would Pour Out My Wrath Upon Them In The Wilderness, To Make A Full End Of Them. Genesis/Bar'ashyth 2:2 And on the Seventh Day Alahym ended HIS work which HE had Made; and HE Rested on the Seventh Day from all HIS work which HE Had Made. Hebrews /Abrym4:4 For somewhere HE has Spoken About The Seventh Day In These Words: "And On The Seventh day Alahym Rested From All HIS Work."

Exodus/Shamuth 20:11 For In Six Days YAHUAH Made The Heavens(Shamayim) And The Earth, The Sea, and All that Is In Them, But HE Rested On The Seventh Day. Therefore YAHUAH Blessed(BARUKH) The Shabbat Day And Made It Set-Apart. YAKHAZAQ'AL/Ezekiel 20:12-21 12 Moreover, I Gave Them My SHabbaTs, As A Sign Between Me and Them, That They Might Know That I am YAHUAH Who SET'S Them APART. 13 But the House of YASHARAL/Israel Rebelled Against Me In The Wilderness. They did not walk in My Statutes but Rejected My( TORUH)rules, by Which, if a Person does them, he shall live;

And My SHabats They Greatly Profaned. Then I Said I Would Pour Out My Wrath Upon Them In The Wilderness, To Make A Full End Of Them. 14 But I Acted for The Sake Of My Name, That it Should Not Be Profaned in the sight of the Nations, in whose sight I Had Brought them out. 15 Moreover, I Swore To Them in the Wilderness that I Would Not Bring them Into The Land That I Had Given Them, a land flowing with milk and Honey, the most BEAUTIFUL of all lands, 16 because they Rejected My (TORUH)rules and did not walk in My Statutes, and Profaned My SHabats; for their heart went after their Idols. 17 Nevertheless, My Eye spared them, and I did Not Destroy them or make a full end of them in the wilderness. 18 And I said to their children in the Wilderness, Do Not Walk in the Statutes of your fathers, nor keep their rules, nor defile yourselves With Their Idols. 19 I am YAHUAH your ALAHYM; Walk in My Statutes, And Be Careful to Obey My (TORUH)rules, 20 And Keep My SHabats SET-APARTthat they may be a sign between Me and you, that you may know that I am YAHUAH your ALAHYM. 21 But the Children Rebelled Against Me. They DId Not Walk in My Statutes and Were Not Careful To Obey My (TORUH)rules, by which, if a Person Does them, he shall live; They Profaned My SHabats.

LET US LOOK AT WHO ALSO DOES LUNAR SHABAT'S!! Witches/Wiccans observe full and new moon as 'esbats', in honor of the moon goddess "Diana" or "Grandma Moon" and many other names, although its "real name" is "not known". They also observe the quarter moons, as a change in 'power'. This is the same schedule as Lunars. Wiccan sabbat(WIKI) For more details on this topic, see Wheel of the Year.

The annual cycle of the Earth's seasons is called the Wheel of the Year in Wicca and neopaganism. Eight sHabats (occasionally "sHabaths", or "Sun sHabats") are spaced at approximately even intervals throughout the year. Samhain, which coincides with Halloween, is considered first sHabat of the year. For more details on this topic, see Esbat. An esbat is a ritual observance of the full moon in Wicca and neopaganism. Some groups extend the esbat to include the dark moon and the first and last quarters. "Esbat" and "sHabat" are distinct and are probably not cognate terms, although an esbat is also called "moon sHabat". For more details on this topic, see Witches' SHabath. European records from the Middle Ages to the 17th century or later also place Witches' Sabbaths on similar dates to sHabats in modern Wicca, but with some disagreement; medieval reports of sHabat activity are generally not firsthand and may be imaginative, but many persons were accused of, or tried for, taking part in sHabats.

Babylonian rest days(WIKI) For more details on this topic, see Babylonian calendar(WIKI THAT!!). Counting from the new moon, the Babylonian calendar celebrated the 7th, 14th, 21st, and 28th as "holydays", also called "evil days" (meaning "unsuitable" for prohibited activities). On these days officials were prohibited from various activities and common men were forbidden to "make a wish", and at least the 28th was known as a "rest-day". On each of them, offerings were made to a different god and goddess. Tablets from the sixth-century BC reigns of Cyrus the Great and Cambyses indicate these dates were sometimes approximate. The lunation of 29 or 30 days basically contained three seven-day weeks, and a final week of nine or ten days inclusive, breaking the continuous seven-day cycle. The Babylonians additionally celebrated the 19th as a special "evil day", the "day of anger", because it was roughly the 49th day of the (preceding) month, completing a "week of weeks", also with sacrifices and prohibitions. Further, reconstruction of a broken tablet seems to define the rarely attested Sapattum or Sabattum as the 15th day of the lunation: this word is cognate or merged with Hebrew Shabat, but is monthly rather than weekly; it is regarded as a form of Sumerian sa-bat ("mid-rest"), attested in Akkadian as um nuh

libbi ("day of mid-repose").

For more details on this topic, see Shappatum.