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Researchers of the Department of Bible Studies at the University of Haifa in Israel spent more than a year carefully reassembling more than 60 tiny sections written in secret code. They consist of two types: There are 900 Qumran Scrolls that were uncovered in the 1940s-1950s, around the site known as Wadi Qumran near the Dead Sea in the West Bank (of the Jordan River).They decrypted the ancient code through annotations in the margins written by a second scribe correcting the errors made by the author. By deciphering one of the last remaining scrolls, Dr Eshbal Ratson and Professor Jonathan Ben-Dov have revived special occasions celebrated by the 'Qumran sect' (who wrote the scrolls), that observed a unique 364-day calendar.
Batman grows close to Baphomet, revealing his identity to his new friend & helper, and together they take down Calendar Man – known for committing crimes that correspond with holidays and significant dates. The series ends with a cliffhanger as Baphomet is revealed to be the supervillain Onomatopoeia. It’s pretty obvious to us however that Pi cycles had something to do with it – as did Smith’s curious connections to Baphomet. His upcoming film (about mankind teaming up with Hell to save the world from a rapturing giant Jesus) notwithstanding. According to the researchers, this calendar was involved in one of the fiercest debates between different groups during the late Second Temple period."The lunar calendar, which Judaism follows to this day, requires [many] human decisions," Dr Ratson and Professor Ben-Dov said."People must look at the stars and moon and report on their observations, and someone must be empowered to decide on the new month and the application of leap years."By contrast, the 364-day calendar was perfect.
Because this number can be divided into four and seven, special occasions always fall on the same day." The present scroll describes two special occasions not ever mentioned in the Bible: the festivals of 'New Wine' and 'New Oil'. Shavuot is one of the Jewish harvest festivals, also known as the festival or feast of 'Weeks'.
SOLVE means to separate or dissolve & COAGULA means to coagulate or bring together.