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Rosh HaShanah 2022: Recognizing the Head of the Year!

Rosh HaShanah 2022: Recognizing the Head of the Year shows how the priesthood determines (or recognizes) the Head of the Hebrew Year. This is the same calendar as taught to Israel by Moshe (Moses) in the wilderness of Sinai, and was still practiced in the first century, in the time of Yeshua (Jesus). Although it uses barley data from 2022, it applies equally to any year.

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First Fruits? Or False Fruits?

In “First Fruits? Or False Fruits?” we explain why the Wave Sheaf Offering should consist of the very first full sheaf of barley that comes ripe in the land of Israel. We also explain why Yahweh does NOT want us to bring Him a random sheaf of barley from the middle of the barley harvest as a First Fruits offering. Highly recommended for anyone who wants to be sure to keep the feasts at the right time.

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Where is Equinox Commanded?

This study explains why many Karaites and Messianic believers are unwittingly practicing sun worship by “waiting for spring” before keeping the Passover, even when the barley is aviv (medium dough). It also explains how, if you believe the Passover cannot take place in winter, or if you feel you must “wait for spring” before celebrating the Passover, then you are unwittingly practicing sun worship, as “waiting for spring” or “waiting for the Spring Equinox” is not commanded anywhere in Scripture.

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Becca Biderman: SHATTERED Barley in Migdala

On 19 March 2021, some 16 days before the Karaite Wave Sheaf Offering date, sister Becca Biderman inspected a barley field near Migdala, Israel. Much of the barley was already shattered and on the ground. Much was too brittle to harvest. Other barley was still immature.

There is no possibility that this barley can wait for the Karaite Wave Sheaf Offering on 04 April 2021 (as the first flush is already lost). However, had the Wave Sheaf been offered on the Nazarene date of February 28th, 2021, the barley could have been harvested as it came ripe.

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Talking About the Barley with Messianic Sister Becca Biderman

This was a recorded talk with Messianic sister Becca Biderman, who lives in Israel, and has been researching the barley intensely. Ideally we want at least two (or ideally three) witnesses to the barley, but as of 2021-02-05 she is the only qualified barley witness that we know of. We hope this will change in the future.

In this video she explains why Aviv barley needs to be medium dough (not soft dough, and not mature), and we talk about the errors that the other barley observers are making.

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