Jubilee Year PROVES Lunar Sabbaths

And thou shalt number seven sabbaths of years unto thee, seven times seven years; and the space of the seven sabbaths of years shall be unto thee forty and nine years. Then shalt thou cause the trumpet of the jubile to sound on the tenth day of the seventh month, in the day of atonement shall ye make the trumpet sound throughout all your land. And ye shall hallow the fiftieth year, and proclaim liberty throughout all the land unto all the inhabitants thereof: it shall be a jubile unto you; and ye shall return every man unto his possession, and ye shall return every man unto his family. Lev. 25:8-10

The Jubilee year begins on the Day of Atonement, which occurs on the 10th day of the 7th month. So because the 1st month of God's calendar begins in the Spring, the Jubilee year starts in the Fall and ends at the end of Summer. Therefore, the Jubilee year occurs on the back end of one year and finishes on the front end of another year. This happens because crops are sown beginning in the Fall. They are then harvested beginning in the Spring.

Here is how that final week of years breaks down.

Crops are sown in the Fall of years:
1) 43
2) 44
3) 45
4) 46
5) 47
6) 48
7) but not in the fall year 49, the Preparation year

Crops are reaped in the Spring of years:
1) 44
2) 45
3) 46
4) 47
5) 48
6) 49
7) but not in the Spring year 50 (the Sabbath year)
and not in the Spring of year 1 (the New Moon Year).

Notice that in this last week there are six years in which there is sowing and six years in which there is reaping. These years are not the same. In other words the sowing years are a year ahead of the reaping years. This is a great mystery to the western mindset, but once we get it right, we can see the lunar count fulfilled in type by the Sabbath/Jubilee count.

Also notice that there is two years of no sowing and two years of no reaping. This stoppage of the work process fits with the Sabbath and New Moon at the end and beginning of our months, in type, thus breaking the continuous seven year, fictional, Sabbath count the Saturn's day people are so proud of.

Now picking back up with the count, we find that in year 1 (which is year 8 of the last week's count, and year 1 in the New Count, see Lev. 25:20-22), there is sowing in the fall of that year. Then in the Spring of the next year (year 2 of the new count and year 9 of the old count), there is reaping. This fits perfectly with Lev. 25:20-22.

Thus here is how the first week of the new count breaks down.

There is no reaping in year one, which is the New Moon year of the old count, which is the 1st year of the new count, but there is sowing in the Fall of that year. 

        Spring            Fall
1                          sow
2    reap                sow
3    reap                sow
4    reap                sow
5    reap                sow
6    reap                sow
7    reap                Land Sabbath
8 Land Sabbath       sow
9      reap                sow
10    reap                sow
11    reap                sow
12    reap                sow
13    reap                sow
14    reap                Land Sabbath
15 Land Sabbath     sow
16    reap                sow
17    reap                sow
18    reap                sow
19    reap                sow
20    reap                sow
21    reap                Land Sabbath
22 Land Sabbath      sow
23    reap                sow
24    reap                sow
25    reap                sow
26    reap                sow
27    reap                sow
28    reap                Land Sabbath
29 Land Sabbath     sow
30    reap                sow
31    reap                sow
32    reap                sow
33    reap                sow
34    reap                sow
35    reap                Land Sabbath
36 Land Sabbath     sow
37    reap                sow
38    reap                sow
39    reap                sow
40    reap                sow
41    reap                sow
42    reap                Land Sabbath
43 Land Sabbath     sow
44    reap                sow
45    reap                sow
46    reap                sow
47    reap                sow
48    reap                sow
49    reap                Land Sabbath
50 Land Sabbath     Jubilee Year
1 Jubilee Year         sow
2    reap                  sow

A jubile shall that fiftieth year be unto you: ye shall not sow, neither reap that which groweth of itself in it, nor gather the grapes in it of thy vine undressed. Lev. 25:11

This states that the 50th year is the Jubilee year, but that year does not begin in the Spring, but in the Fall on the Day of Atonement. Thus the Jubilee year is the last half of the Sabbath year (year 50) and the first half of the New Moon year (year 1), in which there is no sowing and no reaping (verse 11). 

And if ye shall say, What shall we eat the seventh year? behold, we shall not sow, nor gather in our increase: Then I will command my blessing upon you in the sixth year, and it shall bring forth fruit for three years. And ye shall sow the eighth year, and eat yet of old fruit until the ninth year; until her fruits come in ye shall eat of the old store. Lev. 25:20-22

This describes the transition from the previous Jubilee cycle to the next. 3 years of blessings is required because the 49th year reap must provide until the 2nd year reap of the next Jubilee cycle(refer to the chart above). The 8th year sow is referring to the 1st year sow of the next Jubilee cycle. The old fruit until the 9th year is referring to the 2nd year reap of the next Jubilee cycle. The fruit is old because it was harvested 3 year prior in the 49th year of the previous Jubilee cycle.

Take special notice to the reap column in the chart above because reaping the harvest is hard work. The 8th, 15th, 22nd, and 29th are land Sabbaths. Yes, it continues on up to year 50, but also notice that year 2 of the next Jubilee cycle is the first work year. This parallels with the 2nd day of the month being the 1st day of the week.

The Jubilee year and cycles parallel a lunar Sabbath. It does not support a continuous cycle. This is not how God operates. The Jubilee year disrupts the continuous cycle of land Sabbaths just like the new moon disrupts the continuous cycle of weekly Sabbaths. This is further proof that the lunar Sabbath is the proper way to reckon the weekly Sabbath, not based on a continuous weekly cycle established by Rome.