Hebrew Calendar: Except for all of the Babylonian month names.  Not all of the months were actually named.  Tammuz, for example.  Look it up.

Hebrew Calendar: Except for all of the Babylonian month names. Not all of the months were actually named. Tammuz, for example. Look it up.

English to Hebrew: Jewish Calendar 1 How to say in Hebrew (with vowels - nikud):  Tishrei, Heshvan, Kislev, Tevet, Shevat, Adar, Nissan, Iyar, Sivan, Tammuz, Av, Elul

English to Hebrew: Jewish Calendar 1 How to say in Hebrew (with vowels - nikud): Tishrei, Heshvan, Kislev, Tevet, Shevat, Adar, Nissan, Iyar, Sivan, Tammuz, Av, Elul

The Executive J Levine Jewish Calendar 5774 August 2013-December 2014 - A 17 Month Planner- Shipping NOW- this year in BLUE & WHITE! !

The Executive J Levine Jewish Calendar 5774 August 2013-December 2014 - A 17 Month Planner- Shipping NOW- this year in BLUE & WHITE

The Executive J Levine Jewish Calendar 5774 August 2013-December 2014 - A 17 Month Planner- Shipping NOW- this year in BLUE & WHITE! !

The Jewish Calendar 2017: Jewish Year 5777 16-Month Wall Calendar

The Jewish Calendar 2017: Jewish Year 5777 16-Month Wall Calendar

Hebrew Illuminations 2017 Wall Calendar: A 16-Month Jewish Calendar by Adam Rhine (Illuminated Lette

Hebrew Illuminations 2017 Wall Calendar: A 16-Month Jewish Calendar by Adam Rhine (Illuminated Lette

The Jewish year is not the same length as a solar year used by most of the western world. Months are either 29-30 days, corresponding to the 29½-day lunar cycle. Years are either 12 or 13 months, corresponding to the 12.4 month solar cycle. The Jewish calendar uses a 12-month lunar calendar with an extra month occasionally added. Jews do not generally use the words A.D. and B.C.  Instead, C.E. (Common or Christian Era) and B.C.E. (Before the Common Era) are commonly used by scholars today.

The Jewish year is not the same length as a solar year used by most of the western world. Months are either 29-30 days, corresponding to the 29½-day lunar cycle. Years are either 12 or 13 months, corresponding to the 12.4 month solar cycle. The Jewish calendar uses a 12-month lunar calendar with an extra month occasionally added. Jews do not generally use the words A.D. and B.C. Instead, C.E. (Common or Christian Era) and B.C.E. (Before the Common Era) are commonly used by scholars today.

A mourning period on the Jewish calendar starts in June or July every year for 3 weeks. It is a time of trepidation where Jews don't take any unnecessary risks. Many things have happened in Jewish history during this time of the year that have been traumatizing to the memories of a people. Fasts mark this time, along with no music, marriages, haircuts, buying new clothes. Judaism 101, Kabbalah for beginners, Torah, Jewish religion, Israel, Jewish traditions

A mourning period on the Jewish calendar starts in June or July every year for 3 weeks. It is a time of trepidation where Jews don't take any unnecessary risks. Many things have happened in Jewish history during this time of the year that have been traumatizing to the memories of a people. Fasts mark this time, along with no music, marriages, haircuts, buying new clothes. Judaism 101, Kabbalah for beginners, Torah, Jewish religion, Israel, Jewish traditions

Jewish Holidays teach us so much more than our Western Culture does!  Learn about Lag B'omer and about Judaism your Bubbe never taught you!  Jewish calendar, Kabbalah, Torah, Tree of Life, Sephiroth, Jewish Lifestyle, Jewish Pride, Temple Mount, Israel

Jewish Holidays teach us so much more than our Western Culture does! Learn about Lag B'omer and about Judaism your Bubbe never taught you! Jewish calendar, Kabbalah, Torah, Tree of Life, Sephiroth, Jewish Lifestyle, Jewish Pride, Temple Mount, Israel

You don't need to go to another religion to learn meditation. It's all found in your Jewish heritage! Make Judaism more meaningful with some knowledge of Kabbalah. Jewish, Jew, Jewish Calendar, Learn Kabbalah, beginning Kabbalah, learn Judaism, learn Kabbalah, Jewish Holidays, Kabbalah for beginners, Judaism 101, Hashem, Torah, Tarot, Affirmations, Zohar, Jewish mysticism, Jewish prayer, Jewish meditation

You don't need to go to another religion to learn meditation. It's all found in your Jewish heritage! Make Judaism more meaningful with some knowledge of Kabbalah. Jewish, Jew, Jewish Calendar, Learn Kabbalah, beginning Kabbalah, learn Judaism, learn Kabbalah, Jewish Holidays, Kabbalah for beginners, Judaism 101, Hashem, Torah, Tarot, Affirmations, Zohar, Jewish mysticism, Jewish prayer, Jewish meditation

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Google Image Result for http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles/HebrewMonths.gif

In the most famous of Kabbalistic books, the Zohar, we are told when the world will begin to change into a heaven on earth. Kabbalah and Judaism tell us that we are working toward a messianic redemption where Ain Od Milvado - God will be seen everywhere. Everything will be seen as One and there will be no more war, illness, hunger or death. On the Jewish calendar, we are now in the last stages of the redemption in the 6th millenium! We want Moschiach Now!!! We are so close to creating Heaven…

In the most famous of Kabbalistic books, the Zohar, we are told when the world will begin to change into a heaven on earth. Kabbalah and Judaism tell us that we are working toward a messianic redemption where Ain Od Milvado - God will be seen everywhere. Everything will be seen as One and there will be no more war, illness, hunger or death. On the Jewish calendar, we are now in the last stages of the redemption in the 6th millenium! We want Moschiach Now!!! We are so close to creating Heaven…

The saddest day on the Jewish calendar is the Ninth of Av, “Tisha B’Av.” It is the date when both our Holy Temples were destroyed, and exile, persecution and spiritual blackness began.

The saddest day on the Jewish calendar is the Ninth of Av, “Tisha B’Av.” It is the date when both our Holy Temples were destroyed, and exile, persecution and spiritual blackness began.

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