Hebrew calendar and the 12 months
The Hebrew Jewish calendar is a lunisolar calendar, or fixed lunar year, based on twelve lunar months.
The 12 months on God’s Hebrew (Jewish calendar):
also being the twelve fruits that grew on the tree of life, (known as the tree of Torah) as it is written in –
2 In the middle of its street, and on either side of the river, was the tree of life, which bore twelve fruits,
each tree yielding its fruit every month.
The leaves of the tree were for the healing of the nations.
3 And there shall be no more curse,
but the throne of God (kingdom of God) and of the Lamb shall be in it,
and His servants shall serve Him.
It is written in Revelation 22:14;
The Tree of life brought forth 12 fruits which are the 12 months on God’s calendar:
Each Jewish lunar month starts with the new moon,
The 2nd month is called Iyar (29 days), representing Issachar, Issachar stands for the healing – medical system.
The 3rd month is called Sivan (30 days), representing Zebulun, standing for the Internet system.
The 4th month is called Tammuz (29 days), representing Manasseh, standing for the spiritual system.
The 5th month is called Av (30 days), representing Simeon, standing for religious system
The 8th month is called cheshvan (29 or 30 days), representing Rueben, stands for the communication system.
The 9th month is called Kislev (29 or 30 days), representing Benjamin, standing for the military system.