posted on Nov, 3 2011 @ 10:42 AM
A lot of writers on pre-history, or even ancient history have brought up the idea that the year was, at one time, 360 days in length. Supposedly, the
360-degree circle was established in such a time. The other day, I was looking in my Ferrar Fenton The Holy Bible in Modern English, and I
came across a note I had made in the account of the Flood story.
First, look at Genesis 7:11, which states that the Flood began on month 2, day 17. Then in verse 23, we see that "...the waters overwhelmed the
earth one hundred and fifty days." After that, the waters began to dry, and in Genesis 8:4, we see that the ark rested on month 7, day 17. So, from
02/17 to 07/17, is of course, five months, and being 150 days, it implies 30-day months. 30 X 12 = 360. Simple. The KJV says the same.