The inherent definition of time cycles
The time stream when metered by the action of the Earth-Moon can be recognized to contain specific time structures. The clear indication of arranged time structures points to the ultimate possibility that units of the solar day, the synodic month, and the solar year are components or elements of a time-tracking system that is fully interrelated.
A satisfactory systems view of the rates of solar days, lunar phases, and solar years is not only possible but an interpretation of lunisolar time design seems quite easy to comprehend. It is very clear that rates of days, lunar phases, and years may represent codependent rates (or more than independent rates).
Significance of the lunar week
A plausible interpretation of a jubilee circle is contained in texts from the Temple Era. Some of the early-written manuscripts have significant information of perfectly related time cycles). In addition to containing remarkable description of time design, some texts show that early priest-astronomers held advanced knowledge of a luni-solar system.
Note that the times of the several ancient eclipses, equinoxes, and Moon phases that are currently referenced can conveniently be converted to/from corresponding Julian day numbers using the online calendar tool. The times of the cited events can optionally be viewed in a graphical format when inside of the Sky View Cafe.
For more information about the design of time, please select from among the following list of online literature:
Earth is Slowing
The Jubilee Cycle
Moon's 50th Day
Lunar Week Sabbath
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The online publications represent the results of an ongoing research project. The project is headed-up by James Dwyer. (Jim was formerly a Computer Systems Programmer with the U.S. Geological Survey). Team members also include Sherry Goodwin. We do hope that our current research of the Earth-Moon system will be of great benefit in furthering your study of a created solar system.