The Aviv new moon is expected to be visible 6 April in most locations. Aviv barley is also expected as the current states were head emergence to flowering. This will easily reach the parchable stage by mid-April.
The last reports were delayed as I was travelling. That said I was unable to see the new moon due to heavy cloud cover and rain in San Francisco.
Costa Rica, United States, and Canada
None, day 29
Depending on who you ask there were a couple of different thoughts on Aviv. My take on it is that the barley was in Aviv only in small samples, but the head emergence to flowering stages was the most common. Israel has been experiencing rain which has delayed the maturity of the crops. Will head emergence to flowering stages be parchable in two weeks, it seems unlikely. For these reasons, I believe that YHWH is guiding me to April for Aviv.
No moon sighted. Clear sky except for where the new moon should be. Plane trails in a checkerboard covering that view of the sky. Based upon reports from Israel and https://www.abibofgod.com/abib-reports-2019 our family will be observing the Spring Holy Days this month. Happy New Year and a blessed time to Yahweh’s children during the spring appointed times. Yahweh bless, in Yah’shua’s name. DS
This would have been the automatic date for most locations as the new moon was not visible in most locations on the 7th of March. Exceptions for Costa Rica, Canada, and United States where sightings were reported on the 7th of March.
The eleventh new moon was visible in multiple locations in Israel on 7 January at sunset. The new moon was not visible in Eastern Australia due to heavy cloud cover on both 7 and 8 January.
Melbourne, Victoria Australia
Mildura, Victoria, Australia
J. Adam Meyer
7 Janaury 2019
The new moon was sighted from Israel this evening on Monday, January 7, 2019!
* From Jerusalem at 5:13pm by Devorah Gordon and Gil Ashendorf. * From Arad at 5:11pm by Elsie Anderson and Nataliyah Ribeiro. * From Kfar Eldad (El David) at 5:15pm by Bruce Brill. * From Eilat at 5:15pm by Lukas Michael Schneider, Anabelle Santos, and Alon and Lior Schneider. * From Beer Sheva at 5:25pm by Ephraim Amnon. * From Beer Sheva at 5:30pm by Yochanan Zaqantov and Gavriela Zaqantov. As Rosh Chodesh (the first day of the month) begins the evening the new moon is sighted, the first day of this month is from sunset January 7, 2019 – sunset January 8, 2019. Be sure to keep track of what number month this is, based on when you started the new year.
The new moon was sighted from Israel this evening on December 8, 2018!
* From Eilat at around 5:00pm by Lukas Schneider, Anabelle Santos, and Lior Schneider. * From Beer Sheva at 5:20pm by Ephraim Amnon
As Rosh Chodesh (the first day of the month) begins the evening the new moon is sighted, the first day of this month is from sunset December 8, 2018 – sunset December 9, 2018. Be sure to keep track of what number month this is, based on when you started the new year.
Chodesh Tov! Make it a great month!
West-Central, New Mexico, United States
The high and bright new moon was sighted at 5:10 PM MST (only 10 minutes after local sunset) by 2 observers. It was super-clear here in west-central, New Mexico tonight!
New moon seen for few seconds despite heavy clouds. RJ (2 observers)
Lawton, Oklahoma, United States
There was no sighting on 11/8/2018, perhaps due to very thick clouds. On 11/9/2018, clouds began to move out of the western sky, but there were still clouds near the horizon. The crescent moon was sighted beginning at 6:07pm through a layer clouds. WI (3 observers)