That was poorly written. But until I refresh my memory it will have to do.
False. The new moon doesn't have the laws associated with the holiday's nor the 7th day Shabbat.That was poorly written. But until I refresh my memory it will have to do.
Edited again to say: The new moon was a holy rest or sabbath. It was followed by six days of work then a sabbath.
Are you or are you not saying that the first day of the first week of the month falls on the first calendar day? Because IF you do, then you are also saying that you have extra days at the end of the month that have to be tacked on, which would violate the rule of the seventh day. You can't have it both ways.Yes, we do not agree. That is why I wrote something like you say it differently.
No, I am not saying that there are sevens longer than seven. It appears that you are reading the current common calendar paradigm of weeks into the calendar of the ancient Hebrew calendar.
The bottom line is the way the ancient Hebrew calendar was reckoned is not the way Rabbinic Judaism has come to reckon their calendar.
That is just not true. It doesn't even make sense.