Paul Wilson (15 Oct 2011)
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<<<Birth takes place on the tenth day of the ninth month. Eight days after birth, in Jewish families, a son is circumcised. Zola noted that the eight days of Hanukkah are celebrated right on schedule, nine months and ten days after Passover.>>>
Hanukkah is EIGHT months and 11 days after Passover (Nisan 14) NOT nine months and 10 days. and the earliest a term birth can happened is on the 1st day of the 38th week of gestation(36th from conception) which is the middle (15th-19th) of the ninth month of gestation about 8 months since conception. Most births are after 40 weeks gestation (38 from conception) which is almost 1 week into the tenth month of gestation (2 weeks into the 9th month from conception).
<<<Around the fiftieth day, the embryo takes on the form of a human being. Until then, we don't know if we have a duck or a tadpole." Zola thought, "That's Pentecost!">>>
yes the feet hands and digits are all visible on 50 days gestation but that is NOT 50 days from conception (like Pentecost is from Passover in his analysis) but is 36 days from conception.
<<<On the fifteenth day of the seventh month, the lungs become fully developed. If born before then, the baby would have a hard time breathing." And Zola thought, "That's the festival of Tabernacles, a time of celebrating the Temple, home of the Shekinah glory or Spirit of God." In the New Testament, the Greek term pneuma, normally translated as "breath," is applied to the "Holy Spirit.>>>
While gas exchange is possible in the seventh month the lungs are NOT fully developed. even in the beginning of the 8th month they are still immature i.e. not FULLY developed.
<<<"Within two to six days, the fertilized egg attaches itself to the wall of the womb and begins to grow." And, sure enough, the Jewish evangelist thought, "The Feast of First fruits is observed anywhere from two to six days after Passover!">>>
most sites I have seen say 6-12 days after conception for implantation with 9 being the average. NONE said 2 days.