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Originally posted by jazz10
Seems fitting to post this here.
Zoom right into image 11oclock position. ???
Looks like someone walking on the sun. Silouette quite clear in a robe?
How does that grab ya.
The observed calendar places Trumpets as starting September 8th at sundown and the first day runs to sundown September 9th. The next day is also observed by Judaism in case the 9th was declared in error by being too early. However, there are also those who hold to the first observable sliver of the moon as the first of the month. There is a remote possibility of it being viewed on September 9th at evening, but is more likely t be seen on September 10th, making September 11th the Feast of Trumpets according to this view. It may be the best approach to remain alert through all of these days, watching for all sets of possibilities. However, it is believed here that September 8-9th will be the proper day (depending on location). (For more information on this check: The New Moon: Conjunction or Visible Crescent? and The True Scriptural New Moon: Conjunction versus Crescent.)