Secondary 815-Year Age of Enos

Apr 13 08:15 2006 Clark Nelson Print This Article

Secondary 815-Year Age of Enos explains how the Holy Bible counts two Mayan Calendar 400-year-Baktun-cycles for the third Antediluvian Patriarch named Enos.  Enos lived for 815-years in the secondary age category after the birth of his son, Cainan.

Genesis 5:10

"And Enos lived after he begat Cainan eight hundred and fifteen years,Guest Posting

and begat sons and daughters:"

The first 800-year Generation Cycle relates to the daytime 130-year half of the 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle.  Seth's ages separate Adam’s daytime 130-Tun-year half of a 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle from the nighttime 130-Tun-year half.  The first 800-year Generation Cycle for Adam holds secondary age place value and later repeats in the secondary ages of Seth and Enos.  An episode of the first 400-year-Baktun-cycle signals the primary age end and secondary midpoint age level during the 800-year Generation Cycle.  Twice the 400-year-Baktun-cycle produces one 800-year Generation Cycle.

The secondary age category includes 13 different 400-year-Baktun-cycles.  Sequential 400-year-Baktun-cycles number from 1 to 13 to sum the Mayan 5200-year Great Cycle.  The first half and midpoint age level in the character's secondary 800-year Generation Cycle finishes the character's primary age simultaneously.  Each primary age level correlates with odd numbered 400-year-Baktun-cycles.

Seth’s primary 105-Ethiopic-year age is the first solar-side time split.  Solar-side separation time of Seth divides a primary age category 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle having 360-day-Tun-years.  Seth’s primary 105-Ethiopic-year solar-side age is half of 210-Ethiopic-years.  Seth’s secondary 807-year age reflects 210-Ethiopic-years of solar-side separation time.  The third 400-year-Baktun-cycle in Seth’s secondary age category generates Seth’s primary 105-Ethiopic-year age.  A fourth 400-year-Baktun-cycle closes Seth’s secondary age and doubles the primary 105-Ethiopic-year age for 210-Ethiopic-years.  The secondary 800-year Generation Cycle age of Seth is between the secondary 800-year Generation Cycles of Adam and Enos.  Seth’s 800-year Generation Cycle divides the first and second 400-year-Baktun-cycle pair from the fifth and sixth 400-year-Baktun-cycles.

Seth’s primary 105-Ethiopic-year age earmarks 1,820-days extra time to be set apart during the last 5-Ethiopic-years that have 364-days each.  There are 1,820-days in the additional 7-Tzolken-sacred-years that add with the second 800-year Generation Cycle in Seth’s secondary 807-year age.  These last 5-Ethiopic-years were a holy concept that combines final day-and-year numerical matching.  Five 364-day-Ethiopic-years convert to 7-Tzolken-sacred-years or 1820-days in Seth's secondary age (Eqn. 1 and Eqn. 2).

Last 5-Ethiopic-years in Primary 105-Ethiopic-year Age of Seth

1. 5-Ethiopic-years 364-day-Ethiopic-years = 1,820-days extra in primary 105-Ethiopic-year Age of Seth

Last 7-Tzolken-sacred-years in Secondary 807-year Age of Seth

2. 7-Tzolken-sacred-years x 260-day-Tzolken-sacred-years = 1,820-days extra in primary 105-Ethiopic-year Age of Seth

Secondary Age Category Total for Seth

3. 800-l/s-years in secondary 800 year Generation Cycle age for Adam + 800-l/s-years in secondary 800-year Generation Cycle age for Seth = 1600-l/s-years Secondary Age Category Total for Seth

Seth adds the second 800-year Generation Cycle to Adam’s first 800-year Generation Cycle.  Seth brings the secondary age category total to 1,600-l/s-years (Eqn. 3).  Tzolken-sacred-years having 260-days each form the last 7-Tzolken-year part in the given secondary 807-year age of Seth.  Repetition of the 800-year Generation Cycle age present for Adam appears in Seth’s secondary 807-year Generation Cycle and again, a third time in the secondary 815-year Generation Cycle age of Enos.  Seven 260-day-Tzolken-sacred-years or 1,820-days were extra to the primary age combination of Adam and Seth.  Seth’s primary age ends simultaneously with the third 400-year-Baktun-cycle in the secondary age category or 1200-l/s-years.

Adding 400-l/s-years in the fourth 400-year-Baktun-cycle raises the secondary age category total to 1600-l/s-years.  The fourth 400-year-Baktun-cycle in Seth’s secondary age category doubles Seth’s primary 105-Ethiopic-years for 210-Ethiopic-years beyond his midpoint age level.  Doubling the last 5-Ethiopic-years at the end of Seth’s fourth 400-year-Baktun-cycle results in 10-Ethiopic-years or 3,640-days of solar-side time split.  The 800-year Generation Cycle and 7-Tzolken-sacred-years add to arrive at the Bible quoted secondary 807-year age of Seth in equation 4 (Genesis 5:10).

The secondary 815-year age of Enos includes two basic elements.  Extending the secondary age pattern to include Enos admits a third 800-year Generation Cycle to the secondary age category.  The secondary age of Enos adds the third 800-year Generation Cycle, which includes the fifth and sixth 400-year-Baktun-cycles.  At the end of Seth’s 807-year secondary age, there are 3,640-days extra.  Enos adds the third set of 1,820-days to 3,640 days or 5-Ethiopic-years more to 10-Ethiopic-years (Eqn. 5 and Eqn. 6).  Enos triples 5-Ethiopic-years extra time brought down from Seth to produce 5,460-days.  Enos adds the equivalent converted, 7-Tzolken-sacred-years with 14-Tzolken-sacred-years from Seth to get 21-Tzolken-sacred-years of 260-days each or 5,460-days (Eqn. 6). The given secondary 815-year age of Enos includes the third 800-year Generation Cycle, plus 15-Ethiopic-years of 364-days each.

807 year Secondary Age of Seth

4. 800-year Generation Cycle for Seth + 7-Tzolken-sacred-years = 807 year Secondary Age of Seth End of Seth’s Secondary Age 1,600-l/s-years Doubles Last Primary 5-Ethiopic-Year Age

5. 1,820-days extra in last 7-Tzolken-sacred-years of Seth's secondary 807-year age x 2 doubles extra 7-Tzolken-sacred-years in Seth's secondary 807-year age = 3,640-days extra in 10-Ethiopic-years or 14-Tzolken-sacred-years

Midpoint Age Level of Enos 2,000-l/s-years Adds Seth’s 7-Tzolken-Sacred-Years a Third Time

6. 3,640-days extra in 14-Tzolken-sacred-years that end Seth's secondary 807-year age + 1820-day for the primary 90-Tzolken-sacred-year age of Enos = 5,460-days extra in 15-Ethiopic-years or 21-Tzolken-sacred-years

Adam’s first 800-year Generation Cycle provides 800-l/s-years in the cumulative secondary age category total.  Seth’s addition doubles the 800-year Generation Cycle secondary age sum for 1,600-l/s-years.  The second 800-year-Generation Cycle is part of the given secondary 807-year age of Seth.  Enos adds a third 800-year Generation cycle to the secondary age category total to arrive at 2,400-l/s-years.  Six 800-year Generation Cycles or twelve 400-year-Baktun-cycle steps are the equivalent sum that ends with Jared.

The fifth 400-year-Baktun-cycle increments the secondary age sum from 1,600-l/s-years to 2,000-l/s-years for Enos.  The secondary age category total is 2,000-l/s-years at the end of the fifth 400-year-Baktun-cycle and 2,400-l/s-years at the end of the sixth 400-year-Baktun-cycle.  The midpoint age level of Enos is 2,000-years that halve 130-Tun-years opposite to the primary 130-Tun-year age of Adam for 65-Tun-years.  The sixth 400-year-Baktun-cycle brings the secondary age category total to 2,400-l/s-years for Enos.  Three 800-year Generation Cycle repetitions add up 2,400-l/s-years after dividing the second 130-Tun-years or 180-Tzolken-sacred-year value in half.  The secondary age fifth 400-year-Baktun-cycle concludes the first 400-l/s-year half of the secondary 815-year age of Enos.  Enos provides the first primary age exchange to 90-Tzolken-sacred-years and sustains the secondary age category 800-year Generation Cycle.  Steps of the 400-year-Baktun-cycle continue to add 400-l/s-years to the secondary age category.

The 800-year Generation Cycle repeats a third time in the secondary 815-year age of Enos.  Already mentioned, 800-year Generation Cycles answer for two Mayan 400-year-Baktun-cycles.  The 800-year Generation Cycle for Adam spans the first and second 400-year-Baktun-cycles.  Seth’s secondary 800-year Generation Cycle age covers the third and fourth 400-year-Baktun-cycles.  The additive secondary ages of Adam and Seth conclude four separate 400-year-Baktun-cycles.  Enos subsequently adds the fifth and sixth 400-year-Baktun-cycles to the secondary age category.  The sixth secondary age 400-year-Baktun-cycle ends the lifetime of Enos that coincides with the 2400-l/s-years (Eqn. 7).  The third 800-year Generation Cycle of Enos is between the second and fourth secondary age 800-year Generation Cycles of Seth and Cainan.

The 800-year-Generation Cycle restates in the secondary 815-year age of Enos.  Enos adds 1,820-days more to Seth’s extra 3,640-days of solar-side time split at the midpoint age level of 2,000-l/s-years.  The 2,000-l/s-year midpoint age of Enos divides the primary 180-Tzolken-sacred-year age for 90-Tzolken-sacred-years and the secondary age includes 5,460-days extra that equal 15-Ethiopic-years.  The secondary 815-year age of Enos includes one 800-year Generation Cycle, plus 15-Ethiopic-years (Eqn. 8).

Secondary Age Category Total for Enos

7. 1600-l/s-years secondary age category total for Seth + 800-l/s-years in secondary 800-year Generation Cycle for Enos = 2,400-l/s-years Secondary Age Category Total for Enos

Secondary 815-year Age of Enos 8. 800-year Generation Cycle for Enos + 15-Ethiopic-years = 815-year Secondary Age of Enos

Once we clarify the framework of the ancient Antediluvian Calendar system, it is easy to step forward through the genealogy.  Single numerical terms apply to describe Tun-360-days-and-years and Tzolken-sacred-260-days-and-years.  Dual Tun and Tzolken patterns are evident.  Reminiscent of the Mayan Calendar, 360-Tzolken-sacred-years make up a 360-year-Tun-cycle that numerically matches with 360-day-Tun-year multiples.  The configuration for the 5200-year Great Cycle is fashioned exactly like the 52-year Calendar Round.  Primary ages for Adam, Enos, and Mahalaleel all involve one 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle that tracks independently to the solar-side separations of Seth and later, Cainan and Jared.  The secondary ages of seven different Antediluvian Patriarch characters complete one 5200-year Great Cycle.

Ascertainment of derivative, solar-side separations shows exchange between the agricultural 260-day-Tzolken-sacred-year and the corresponding 360-day-Tun-year.  Through the era of Moses, any given extant of time mentioned in the Bible most likely subscribes to a subset of the dual calendar, which entertains the 50-year Jubilee Cycle for dating.  Ages for Enos yield the second solar-side time split for Cainan.

The Bible gives the total 905-year lifetime linear summation for Enos in Genesis 5:11.  The scriptures sum the primary 90-Tzolken-sacred-year age with the secondary 815-year age of Enos. 

Genesis 5:11

"And all the days of Enos were nine hundred and five years: and he died."

Some Bibles quote Enos as Enosh.  Literal Hebrew meanings vary from mortal to man or mankind.  Enos was among the first to call upon and invoke the name of God.  The Mayan policy of quartering 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycles continues from earlier Judaic roots.  Quarterly division of the 360-year-Tun-cycle and the 260-year-Tzolken-sacred-cycle tie Enos to 360-day-Tun-years.  Mahalaleel is the later numerical counterpart to Enos.  Many calendars and cultures followed suit in recognizing the 360-day midpoint length of year.  The extreme position in antiquity held by 360-days-and-years assigns an original link between humanity and God.  Enos lists ages in the third of seven sacred scrolls.

Enos and his cohorts engaged the arts of divination and control over heavenly forces.  Four revolutions in nature were justified.  The mountains became barren; corpses began to putrefy; men became ungodly and had the faces of animals; and demons lost their fear of men.  Enos was the son of Seth and the grandson of Adam.

Are you a pastor, educator or a student of the Holy Bible? seeks anointed people to review and contribute to the Ages of Adam ministry.  Ancient lunar/solar calendars like the Jewish and Mayan calendars provide the background to understanding early time.  Ancient calendars of the Holy Bible use differences between the moon and sun, numerical matching and a 364-day calendar year to describe X-number of days that match with X-number of years.  Ages of Adam is a free read at timeemits.

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