That link (torahcalendar.com) is a Christian site, and doesn't make any mention of calendar moments, which are actually explained in detail here:
In reviewing the data on the page I linked, I noticed that days and times break down into units that are interconnected with man (adam) on multiple levels; e.g. 12 gates [(שער) x 12] are represented within a unit of 5 seconds (6840 moments), which is 1/12 of a minute.
It goes on with how many chalakim = 50 gates (375); that the value of one chalak (חלק) = 138 (= Tzemach), thereby 50 gates = 375 x 138 = 51750 = 50 x 1035; 1035 is the triangle of 45 (Adam), one "gate". And 45 = T9
The star number of 1441 is constructed on 12 triangles of 120 (T15) plus 1, the center point. 1440 + 1.
(15 degrees per hour x 24 = 360 degrees = one day.)
Adam (אדם) = 45
Days of man - 120 (Gen 6:3)
Minutes in a day - 1440, = 12 x 120
Pairs of gates: 570 x 2; 1035 x 2. The difference between them is 930, the life of Adam.
1 chalak = 76 regaim; 375 chalakim (which are 50 gates) = 375 x 76 = 28500 regaim (50 x 570). 1 rega (רגע) = 273, therefore 50 gates in terms of each moment/rega = 28500 x 273 =
I really don't think anyone knows what time it is!
Adam = alef (1) dalet (4) mem (40)
If I had an easy way to draw pictures (of the triangles and stars), it gets even better. Essentially the 12 triangles of 120 each form two triangles, by the six in each that are right side up:
Each of these triangles = 1035
The three "empty space" middle triangles are each 105 (T14). Extract those from each triangle, now you have six. They now make two triangles each of a base 28 (406), the ones facing up:.
Layer them on top of each other (one rotated 180), and you have the 541 star of David, which is based on 12 triangles of 45 (adam) each (T9), + 1.
Theres's no escape.
(I really hope I didn't mess up typing out the math!)
Hebrew words, times and cycles are all interconnected with man's comings and goings.
Mile a minute that mi d if yours. Nice.
There’s no escape. Amen, Brother!