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Passover dates 26-34 A.D.

 

The following astronomical data was obtained from the U.S. Naval Observatory Astronomical Applications Department. The pertinent file may be accessed on the Internet at http://aa.usno.navy.mil/data/docs/SpringPhenom.html .

Note. The times of day given in the chart below have been adjusted +2 hours from U.S. Naval Observatory figures to account for the difference between Jerusalem Israel and Greenwich England (universal) time. 

It should also be noted that the first evening of a visible crescent moon is always after sundown and after the beginning of a new day on the Hebrew calendar.  This day correlates to the following day on the Julian calendar. The observation of the new crescent moon occurs right at the beginning of first day of the month as opposed to the end of the first day.   


Year

Vernal Equinox

Astronomical New Moon
Conjunction

First evening of visible crescent

Date of the first of Nisan

14th day of Nisan (Passover)

 

 

(First after vernal Equinox)

(Julian calendar. Midnight to midnight)

(Beginning at sundown the evening before...)

(Beginning at sundown the evening before...)

 

26 A.D. 

Fri.    Mar. 22, 0*

Sat.   Apr.    6,  7 a.m. 

Sun.    Apr.   7

Mon.   Apr.  8

Sun.   Apr.  21

27 A.D.

Sun.  Mar. 23, 6 a.m.

Wed. Mar. 26,  7 p.m.**

Fri. Mar. 28

Sat.    Mar. 29

Fri. Apr. 11

28 A.D.

Mon.  Mar. 22, noon

Tues. Apr. 13,   2 p.m.

Wed.   Apr.  14

Thurs. Apr.15

Wed.   Apr. 28 

29 A.D.

Tues. Mar. 22,  6 p.m.

Sat.   Apr.   2,   7 p.m.**

Mon.    Apr.    4

Tues.  Apr.   5

Mon.    Apr. 18

30 A.D.

Wed. Mar. 22,  0*

Wed. Mar. 22,  8 p.m.**

Fri. Mar.  24

Sat.    Mar. 25

Fri. Apr.   7

31 A.D.

Fri.    Mar. 23,  5 a.m.

Tues. Apr.  10,  2 p.m.

Wed.   Apr.   11

Thurs. Apr.12

Wed.   Apr.  25

32 A.D.

Sat.   Mar. 22, 11 a.m.

Sat.  Mar.  29, 10 p.m.**

Mon. Mar.     31

Tues.  Apr. 1

Mon.    Apr.  14

33 A.D.

Sun.  Mar. 22,  5 p.m.

Fri.   Apr.  17,   9 p.m.**

Sun.  Apr.      19

Mon.   Apr. 20

Sun.     May    3

34 A.D.

Mon. Mar. 22,11 p.m.

Wed. Apr.   7,   2 p.m.

Thurs. Apr.     8

Fri.     Apr.   9

Thurs. Apr.  22

* Midnight at the end of the given day.

**Conjunction occurs too late in the day for crescent to be seen the next evening. 


Note

A Passover on Wednesday is the only day of the week that works with all Biblical accounts of the crucifixion. Jesus, the Christ (Yeshua, the Messiah) was in the grave "three days and three nights" Matthew 12:40. From Wednesday just before sunset to Saturday just before sunset is three days and three nights. The fact that the day following Yeshua's crucifixion was a Sabbath (Mark 15:42, Luke 23:52-54, & John 19:31) does not prove He was crucified on a Friday. It is a fact of the Law of Moses that the day following Passover is the first day of the feast of unleavened bread and is a Sabbath day of rest like the 7th day weekly Sabbath no matter what day of the week it happens to fall on. (See Leviticus 23:4-8, Numbers 28:16-18, and take special notice of John 19:31 again. The Sabbath immediately following Yeshua's crucifixion was no ordinary Sabbath.) 

Understanding that it was a Wednesday Passover and crucifixion also solves apparent conflicts in the Gospel records. In Luke 23:55,56 it says that the women (Mary Magdalene and Mary the mother of James) went and prepared anointing spices and oils BEFORE the Sabbath. In Mark 16:1 it says that they bought them AFTER the Sabbath! The answer lies is in the fact that there are two different Sabbaths being referred to here. The women both bought and prepared the spices on the same day. The day of the week was Friday. When Mark says they bought the spices AFTER the Sabbath, the Sabbath he is referring to was the special Thursday Sabbath ...the first day of unleavened bread that followed the day of Passover. When Luke says they prepared the spices and then rested the Sabbath, the Sabbath he is referring to is Saturday ...the weekly Sabbath.   

There is also proof found in Matthew 28:1 that there were two Sabbaths. Most Bible translations render this word "Sabbath" in the singular because translators, believing the traditional Friday crucifixion scenario, couldn't make any sense of the fact that the Greek manuscripts all render this word in the plural. This fact can be verified by anyone with a Greek interlinear translation or Greek lexicon. Matthew 28:1 therefore should read, "Now after the SABBATHS as the first day of the week began to dawn...". 

See the Issue on Spices.

Therefore, for all the records to add up it must be concluded that Yeshua was crucified on a Wednesday. 

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