​​Myth: This is the year 2019 A.D.

Fact:  Our Hebrew forefathers never reckoned the years as so many years 'before" an event. The Sacred Hebrew Solar Calendar is neither "A.D." nor "B.C.," but rather "F.C.," meaning the number of years "From Creation."

Myth: New Year's Day, Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas are holidays.

Fact: The word "Holiday" is actually a compound word "Holy day."  The only days which Yahweh declared "Holy" are: Passover (Abib 14 - Lev. 23.5); The Feast of Unleavened Bread (Abib 15-21- Lev. 23:6); The Feast of Weeks (50 days after the Feast of Unleavened Bread - Lev. 23:15-21); the Memorial Blowing of Trumpets (the 1st day of the 7th month - Lev. 23:24-25); the Day of Atonement (the 10th day of the 7th month - Lev. 23:27-31); the Feast of Tabernacles (the 15th day of the 7th month through the 21st day of the 7th month - Lev. 23:34-39); and the Holy Convocation (the 22nd day of the 7th month - Lev. 23:36, 39). 

Myth:  Sunday is the sabbath day.

Fact:  The Sabbath is the seventh day of the week.  In Genesis 2:2-3 Yahweh blessed the seventh day of the week, not Sunday.  The Bible no where calls Sunday a holy day or a day of worship.  Sunday was first called the Lord's day by a lawyer named Tertullian.  Sunday was made a day of worship by a heathen, Constantine, on March 7, 321 A.D.  Since the year begins on a different "named day of the week" every year, the seventh day of the year falls on a different "named day of the week."

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Myth: The day begins at 12:00 a.m. midnight.

Fact: The day begins at sundown. 

"And the Evening and the morning were the first day"

(Genesis 1:5)

Myth: The days of the week are : Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Fact: Yahweh never named the days of the week.  Latins and Anglo-Saxons named the days of the week after their gods.  In the beginning, Yahweh numbered the days of the week (Genesis 1:5, 8,13,19,23,31: 2:2).

Myth:  The number of days in a month is either 28, 29, 30, or 31.

Fact:  There are 12 months in the Sacred Hebrew Solar Calendar with 30 days each. (Genesis 7:11; 8:3-4; I Kings 4:7; I Chronicles 27:1-15).

Myth: ​ The months of the year are named: January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, and December.

​Fact: Only the first month has a name, and that name is "Abib"  (Exodus 12:2; 13:4; 23:15; Deuteronomy 16:1); the other months are numbered (Job 3:6,14:5, 21:21,39:2; Genesis 7:11 (2nd month); Genesis 8:4 (7th month); Genesis 8:5 (10th month); Exodus 19:1 (3rd month); Deuteronomy 1:3 (11th month); II Kings 25:3 (4th month); II Kings 25:8 (5th month); II Kings 25:27 (12th month); I Chronicles 27:1-15 (all 12 months numbered); Ezra 10:9 (9th month); Ezekiel 8:1 (6th month).

Myth:  The year begins in the winter on January 1.

Fact: The year begins in the spring on Abib 1 (Exodus 12:2; I Chronicles 12:15)