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The Generation Table (the Cain line)

AM = Anno Mundi (After Creation)

Note: In jubilees is spoken about weeks (7 years) and Jubilees (7*7= 49 years), so 1 jubilee is 49 years and 1 week is 7 years, ( AM = After Creation)

In the Bible we can only find that Enoch was the son of Cain and some info about Lamech "the blind".

The Cain lineYear of birth in the bibleYear of birth in JubileesYear of birth in JasherInformation from the book of Jasher, the oldest of the books (see Jos:10.13 "Is not this written in the Book of Jasher?" and Sam II:1.18 "Behold it is written in the Book of Jasher."
Cain-64/70-

And in the third week in the second jubilee (64-70 AM) she gave birth to Cain, and in the fourth (71-77 AM) she gave birth to Abel, and in the fifth (78-84 AM) she gave birth to her daughter wn.

Enoch-196-

And Cain took wn his sister to be his wife and she bare him Enoch at the close of the fourth jubilee. (190-196 AM) And in the first year of the first week of the fifth jubilee, (197 AM) houses were built on the earth, and Cain built a city, and called its name after the name of his son Enoch.

Irad---Genesis 4:18 and Jasher 1'35, not mentioned in Jubilees.
Mehuyael---Genesis 4:18 and Jasher 1'35, not mentioned in Jubilees.
Methusael---Genesis 4:18 and Jasher 1'35, not mentioned in Jubilees.
Lamech "the blind"---Jas: 2.17 Lamech, the son of Methusael, became related to Cainan by marriage, and he took his two daughters for his wives (Adah and Zillah), not mentioned in Jubilees.

The Generation Table (the Seth line)

The Seth lineYear of birth in the bibleYear of birth in JubileesYear of birth in JasherInformation from the book of Jasher, the oldest of the books (see Jos:10.13 "Is not this written in the Book of Jasher?" and Sam II:1.18 "Behold it is written in the Book of Jasher."
Seth130130130Gen 4:18 and Jas:2.1 And it was in the hundred and thirtieth year of the life of Adam upon the earth, that he again knew Eve his wife, and she conceived and bare a son in his likeness and in his image, and she called his name Seth.
Enosh235235235Jas: 2.2 And Seth lived one hundred and five years, and he begat a son; and Seth called the name of his son Enosh. Jas:2.3 In the days of Enosh that the sons of men continued to rebel and transgress against God, to increase the anger of the Lord against the sons of men.
Cainan325325325Jas: 2.10 And Enosh lived ninety years and he begat Cainan. Jas: 2.14 He ruled over the whole Earth, and he turned some of the sons of men to the service of God.
Mahalaleel395395395Jas: 2.15 And when Cainan was seventy years old, he begat three sons and two daughters. Jas: 2.16 The name of the first born Mahlallel, the second Enan, and the third Mered, and their sisters were Adah and Zillah; these are the five children of Cainan that were born to him.
Jared460460460Jas: 2.37 And Mahlallel the son of Cainan lived sixty-five years and he begat Jared; and Jared lived sixty-two years and he begat Enoch.
Enoch622522522

Jas: 4.1 And all the days that Enoch lived upon earth, were three hundred and sixty-five years.(887).

Methuselah687587587Jas: 3.1 And Enoch lived sixty-five years and he begat Methuselah.
Lamech874657674Jas: 3.13 And these are the generations of Enoch, Methuselah, Elisha, and Elimelech, three sons; and their sisters were Melca and Nahmah, and Methuselah lived eighty-seven years and he begat Lamech. Jas: 3.14 And it was in the fifty-sixth year of the life of Lamech when Adam died; nine hundred and thirty years old was he at his death.
Noah1056706854Jas: 4.11 And Lamech was one hundred and eighty years old when he took Ashmua, the daughter of Elishaa the son of Enoch his uncle, and she conceived.

Biblical Generations and Timeline before the Flood

In acc. to the Biblical date a total time after creation of 1656 years, (1056+600), Jubilees counts 1306 (706+600) years and Jasher counts 1454 (854+600) years.

Gen.

Name

Biblical Age Firstborn Son

Total Biblical Age

Biblical Years born AM

Year birth in JubileesYear birth in Jasher

Year dead after Creation

Biblical timeline Year of birth - dead BC )2Lifetime Sumerian King listLifetime in acc timeline Sumerian King list BC
1 )1 Adam63/ 130 1,930-1000--+9304004 - 3074(162,000)

435,563 - 273,563

-Cain-866

64 / 70

64-

930

3941 - 3074 
-Abel-

23

70

70-

93

3934 - 3911
2Seth10591213013013010423874 - 296228,800273,563 - 244,763
3Enos9090523523523511403769 - 286436,000244,763 - 208,763
4Cainan7091032532532512353679 - 276943,200208,763 - 165,563
5Mahalaleel65895395 39539512903609 - 271428,800165,563 - 136,763
6Jared16296246046046014223544 - 258236,000136,763 - 100,763
7 )3Enoch65914 )362252252215363382 - 246828,800100,763 - 71,963
8Methuselah18796968758758716563317 - 234821,00071,963 - 50,963
9Lamech18277787465767416513130 - 235318,60050,963 - 32,363
10Noah458950105670785420062948 - 199828,80032,363 - 3,563

)1 In acc. to the Sumerian King list Adam ruled for 162,000 years, when we divide it with 36 we come to a rule time of 4,500 years. When we compare this with the Biblical lifetime of Adam his Creation would have taken place in 7,504 BC (3074+4500) and NOT in 4004 BC (the Jewish date of Creation). The time Adam and Eve lived in the :Garden of Eden" than must have been 7504-4004 = 3,500 Biblical years and 126,000 Sumerian years. The attended reader has already seen that there is a difference between the Biblical, 1,000 years (Aeon?) and the Sumerian 36,000 years. (see chapter 2)
)2 The year of birth as mentioned here are derived from the story in the Bible although it differs with thousands of years with the Sumerian King list.
)3 In The Second Book of Adam and Eve (chapter 21) we can read that Enoch was present at the burial of his father Jared. When Jared died Enoch was already 800 years old, so the lifetime of Enoch on Earth as mentioned in the Bible (365) is wrong. Enoch's ascension took place 114 years after Jared's dead, so Enoch's total lifetime was 914 years. (for more details see chapter 4)

Adam died when Lamech was 56 years old, Cain died in the same year as Adam, Seth died when Lamech was 168 years old, Enos died when, Noah was 84 years old, Cainan died when Noah was 179 years old, Mahalaleel died when Noah was 234 years old, Jared died when Noah was 366 year old, Lamech died when Noah was 595 year old, Methuselah died when Noah was 600 year old. Methuselah died in the year of the Flood.

Sumerian Generations and Timeline before the Flood

King list nameCityBiblical nameLifetime in acc timeline Sumerian King list BCKing list timeDivided by 36Biblical Years
AlulimEriduSeth273,563 - 244,76328,800800912
AlaljarEriduEnos244,763 - 208,76336,0001000905
En-men-lu-anaBad-TibiraCainan208,763 - 165,56343,2001200910
En-men-gal-anaBad-TibiraMahalaleel165,563 - 136,763 28,800800895
DumuzidBad-TibiraYared136,763 - 100,76336,0001000962
En-sipad-zid-anaLaragEnoch100,763 - 71,96328,800800365
En-men-dur-anaZimbirMethuselah71,963 - 50,96321,000583969
Ubara-TutuCuruppagLamech50,963 - 32,36318,600517777
Uta-NapishtimCuruppagNoah32,363 - 32,358--5
Total before the flood -273,563 - 32,358242,00067006700
Uta-NapishtimNippurNoah32,358 - 3,56328,800-350

Biblical Generations and Timeline after the Flood

The lifetime of the 12 generations after the flood (Shem - Jacob) decreased fast from 600 to 147 years in a period of 450 years.

The Children of the sons of Noah

The Book of Jasher (Chapter 7), Jubilees and The Bible.

The children of JaphethThe children of HamThe children of Shem
GomerCushElam
MagogMizraimAshur
MadaiPhutArpachshad
JavanCanaanLud
Tubal   Aram
Meshech 
Tiras

The children of the sons of Japheth

Children of GomerChildren of MagogChildren of  MadaiChildren of  JavanChildren of TubalChildren of  MeshechChildren of  Tiras
AskinazElichanafArchonElishaAriphiDedonBeneb
RephathLubalZeeloTarshishKessedZaronGera
Togarmah ChazoniChittimTariShebashniLupirion
 LotDudonim Gilak

The children of the sons of Ham

White = The Bible (Genesis 11)

Children of CushChildren of MizraimChildren of PhutChildren of Canaan
SebaLud LudimGebelZidon
HavillahAnon AnaminHadenHeth
SabtaLehabimBenahAmori
Raama )1NaphtuhimAdanGergashi Girgasite
SatechaPathros Pathrusim Hivi Hivite
Nimrod )2Chasloth CasluhimArkee Arkite
 Chaphtor CaphtorimSini Sinite
 Arodi Arvadite
Zimodi Zemanite
Chamoti Hamathite

)1 the sons of Raamah; Sheba, and Dedan.
)2 Jasher: 27.15 And when Nimrod the son of Cush died, his men lifted him up and brought him in consternation, and buried him in his city, and all the days that Nimrod lived were two hundred and fifteen years and he died. 16 And the days that Nimrod reigned upon the people of the land were one hundred and eighty-five years; and Nimrod died by the sword of Esau in shame and contempt, and the seed of Abraham caused his death as he had seen in his dream. When we calculate the year of Nimrod's dead we know that Esau was 15 years old when he murdered Nimrod, Esau was born in 1838 and Nimrod was 215 years when he died. A simple calculation brings us tot the year of his dead as 1838-15=1823 BC. Nimrod was thus born in 1823+215 = 2038 BC. He was king from 2008 to 1823 BC. (2038-30).

The children of the sons of Shem

White = Jubilees (chapter 7 and 8)

Children of ElamChildren of AshurChildren of ArphaxadChildren of LudChildren of Aram
ShushanMirusKainamPethorUz
MachulMokilShelach SalahBizayonChul
Harmon Anar Gathar
 AshcolMash


The children of the sons of Arphaxad

Children of Arphaxad in JasherChildren of Arphaxad in JubileesChildren of Arphaxad in the Bible
-Kainan-
ShelachShelahSalah
EberEberEber
PelegPelegPeleg
YenReuReu
SerugSerohSerug
NahorNahorNahor
TerahTerahTerah
AbramAbramAbram

Note : In jubilees is Shelah not the son of Arphaxad but the son of Kainam

The children of the sons of Kainan in Jubilees 8, not mentioned in the Bible and Jasher.

Kainan
Shelah . Salah
Eber
PelegYoktan
Yen (Reu)13 sons )1
Serug (Seroh) 
Nahor I, the son of Serug
Terah (Prince of Nimrod, king of Shinar)
HaranNahor II, son of Terah )2Abram )3

Lot

MilcahSarai )4BethuelIshmaelIsaac
Oldest daughterYoungest daughter Laban )5 and Rebecca 12 sons )6EsauJacob
MoabBen-AmmiLea and Rachel 5 Sons )712 Sons

)1 The sons of Yoktan: Almodad, Shelaf, Chazarmoveth, Yerach, Hadurom, Ozel, Diklah, Obal, Abimael, Sheba, Ophir, Havilah, Jobab.
)2 The sons of Nahor II: Uz, Buz, Kemuel, Kesed, Hazo, Pildash, Jidlaph and Bethuel, father of Rebekah, the wife of Isaac
)3 The sons of Abram: by Hagar: Ishmael, by Sarai: Isaac, by Kethurah:  Zimram, Jokshan, Medan, Midian, Ishbak and Shuah.
)4 Sarai was a niece of Abram
)5 In Gen: 28.5 He is the son of Bethuel the Syrian but in Gen: 29.5 He is the son of Nahor.
)6 The sons of Ishmael: Nebaioth, Kedar (father of the Qedarites, (A northern Arab tribe that controlled the region between the Persian Gulf and the Sinai Peninsula). According to tradition, ancestor of Muhammad and the Quraysh tribe), Adbeel (established a tribe in northwest Arabia), Mibsam, Mishma, Dumah (associated with Adummatu described as "a fortress of Arabia" in Saudi Arabia), Massa (father of a nomadic tribe that inhabited the Arabian desert toward Babylonia), Massa, Hadad, Tema, Jetur, Naphish, Kedemah and Mahalath or Bashemath, (a daughter who married Esau).
)7 The sons of Esau :by Adah (Bashemath): 1. Eliphaz,  by Aholibamah (Judith):,.1. Jeush, 2. Jalam, .3. Korah,  by Bashemath (Mahalath), 1.Reuel.


Biblical Generations and Timeline after the Flood from Noah to Jacob

The lifetime of the 12 generations after the flood (Shem - Jacob) decreased fast from 600 to 147 years in a period of 450 years.

The dates :the Biblical timeline, the Revised timeline

Gen. nr.NameThe Bible and JasherThe Bible and JasherRemarksTimeline Year of birth - dead BC.
Age by first born SonTotal Age
10Noah458 / 500950Noah died, when Abram was 58 year. (Jasher: 13.9)2948 - 1998

2948 - 1998

11Shem102600Shem was born 100 years before the Flood (2348 BC).

And it came to pass in those days, in the hundred and tenth year of the life of Isaac, that is in the fiftieth year of the life of Jacob, in that year died Shem the son of Noah; Shem was six hundred years old at his death (Jasher 28.24).

2448 - 1848

2448 - 1848

12Arphaxad35438

Arphaxad died when Isaac was 48 years old (Jasher: 25.28)

2346 - 1906

2346 - 1906

13Cainam58460Kainam is missing in the Bible, the real father of Shelah / Salah.

See Jubilees Chapter 8: In the twenty-ninth jubilee, in the first week, (1373 AM) in the beginning thereof Arpachshad took to himself a wife and her name was Rasu'eja, the daughter of Susan, the daughter of Elam, and she bare him a son in the third year in this week, (1375 AM) and he called his name Kainam. And the son grew, and his father taught him writing, and he went to seek for himself a place where he might seize for himself a city. And he found a writing which former (generations) had carved on the rock, and he read what was thereon, and he transcribed it and sinned owing to it; for it contained the teaching of the Watchers in accordance with which they used to observe the omens of the sun and moon and stars in all the signs of heaven. And he wrote it down and said nothing regarding it; for he was afraid to speak to Noah about it lest he should be angry with him on account of it. And in the thirtieth jubilee, in the second week, in the first year thereof (1429 AM), he took to himself a wife, and her name was Melka, the daughter of Madai, the son of Japheth, and in the fourth year (1432 AM) he begat a son, and called his name Shelah; for he said: 'Truly I have been sent.' (And in the fourth year he was born), and Shelah grew up and took to himself a wife, and her name was Mu'ak, the daughter of Kesed, his father's brother, in the one and thirtieth jubilee, in the fifth week, in the first year (1499 AM) thereof.

? - ?

2311 - 1851

13

14

Shelah / Salah30433Shelach the son at Arpachshad died, which is the eighteenth year of the lives of Jacob and Esau; and all the days that Shelach lived were four hundred and thirty-three years and he died (Jasher: 28..17).

Shelah was NOT the son on Arpaxad but the son of Cainam

2311 - 1878

2253 - 1820

14

15

Eber34464And in the second year of Jacob's dwelling in Haran, that is in the seventy ninth year of the life of Jacob, in that year died Eber the son of Shem, he was four hundred and sixty-four years old at his death (Jasher:30.15).2281- 1817

2223 - 1759

15.1

16.1

Peleg30239Peleg died when Abram was 48 years old (Jas:10.1)2247- 2008

2189 - 1950

15.2

16.2

Joktan / Yoktan--Gen 10:25 And unto Eber were born two sons: the name of one was Peleg; for in his days was the earth divided; and his brother's name was Joktan. Gen 10:26 And Joktan begat Almodad, and Sheleph, and Hazarmaveth, and Jerah, Gen 10:29 And Ophir, and Havilah, and Jobab: all these were the sons of Joktan.-
16

17

Reu /Yen32239Abram was 78 years old when Reu died (Jasher: 16.22).2217 - 1978

2159 - 1920

17

18

Serug30230Isaac was 1 year old when Serug died (Jasher: 21.10)2185 - 1955

2127 - 1897

18

19

Nahor I291482155 - 2007

2097 - 1949

19

20

Terah38 / 70205Terah was 38 years old when Haran was born and 70 years old when Abram was born. (see Jasher 7.22 and 7.51. Jasher: 22.33 And Terah died in that year, that is in the thirty-fifth year of the birth of Isaac son of Abraham.2126 - 1921

2068 - 1863

20

21

Abram86 / 100175Abraham died, in the fifteenth year of the life of Jacob and Esau (Jasher: 26.29)2056 - 1881

1998 - 1823

21.1

21.1

Ishmael?1371970 - 1833

1912 - 1775

21.2

22.2

Isaac60180And Isaac the son of Abraham was still living in those days in the land of Canaan; he was very aged, one hundred and eighty years old (Jasher: 47.1).1956 - 1776

1898 - 1718

22.1

23.1

Esau )140147And Chushim the son of Dan, the son of Jacob, was at that time with Jacob's sons, but he was about a hundred cubits distant from the place of battle, for he remained with the children of Jacob's sons by Jacob's bier to guard it. 63 And Chushim was dumb and deaf, still he understood the voice of consternation amongst men. 64 And he asked, saying, Why do you not bury the dead, and what is this great consternation? and they answered him the words of Esau and his sons; and he ran to Esau in the midst of the battle, and he slew Esau with a sword, and he cut off his head, and it sprang to a distance, and Esau fell amongst the people of the battle. (Jasher:56.62-64)1896 - 1749

1838 - 1691

22.2

23.2

Jacob57147Jasher: 56.1 And Jacob lived in the land of Egypt seventeen years, and the days of Jacob, and the years of his life were a hundred and forty seven years.1896 - 1749

1838 - 1691

)1 In the book of Jasher Esau is murdered by a son of Dan but in the book of Jubilees Eseu is murdered by his brother Jacob. The Bible do not mention the dead of Esau.

The Revised Timeline  match exactly with the story, in years and lifetime, mentioned in the book of Jasher when we insert Cainam, who is only mentioned in Jubilees 8. In the conventional "Biblical timeline" of Archbishop James Ussher there is a decreased difference of 60 years. (in fact 50 years because he used two times 1 year when calculating the year in which Terah and Serug died). With other words "the fifteenth years = not +15 but +14 years and "the thirty-fifth year" = not 35 but 34 years.


The Children of Jacob "Twelve Patriarchs"

The dates of birth and dead can be calculated because we know that Jacob lived for 17 years in Egypt before he died The Biblical timeline is than (1749+17= 1766) and the revised timeline (1691+17=1708), a difference of 58 years (60-1-1)

NameBornAgeDiedMotherSons
Rueben1813

1755

1251688

1630

LeahJasher 62.1 In that year, being the seventy-ninth year of the Israelites going down to Egypt, died Reuben the son of Jacob, in the land of Egypt; Reuben was a hundred and twenty-five years old when he died, and they put him into a coffin, and he was given into the hands of his children.
Simeon1812

1754

1201698

1634

LeahJasher 61.4 And in the seventy-fifth year died his brother Simeon, he was a hundred and twenty years old at his death, and he was also put into a coffin and given into the hands of his children.
Levi1811

1753

1371674

1616

LeahJasher 63.1 And in the ninety-third year died Levi, the son of Jacob, in Egypt, and Levi was a hundred and thirty-seven years old when he died, and they put him into a coffin and he was given into the hands of his children.
Judah1810

1752

1291681

1623

LeahJasher 62.23 And it came to pass at that time that Judah the son of Jacob died in Egypt, in the eighty-sixth year of Jacob's going down to Egypt, and Judah was a hundred and twenty-nine years old at his death, and they embalmed him and put him into a coffin, and he was given into the hands of his children.
Issachar1809

1751

1221687

1629

LeahJasher 62.3 And in the eighty-first year died Issachar the son of Jacob, in Egypt, and Issachar was a hundred and twenty-two years old at his death, and he was put into a coffin in Egypt, and given into the hands of his children.
Zebulon1808

1750

1141694

1636

LeahJasher 61.3 And Zebulun the son of Jacob died in that year, that is the seventy-second year of the going down of the Israelites to Egypt, and Zebulun died a hundred and fourteen years old, and was put into a coffin and given into the hands of his children.
Dan1806

1748

1201686

1628

BilhahJasher 62.2 And in the eightieth year died his brother Dan; he was a hundred and twenty years at his death, and he was also put into a coffin and given into the hands of his children.
Naphtali1809

1751

1321677

1619

BilhahJasher 62.24 And in the eighty-ninth year died Naphtali, he was a hundred and thirty-two years old, and he was put into a coffin and given into the hands of his children.
Gad1809

1751

1251684

1626

ZilpahJasher 62.5 And in the eighty-third year died Gad, he was a hundred and twenty-five years old at his death, and he was put into a coffin in Egypt, and given into the hands of his children.
Asher1808

1750

1231685

1627

ZilpahJasher 62.4 And in the eighty-second year died Asher his brother, he was a hundred and twenty-three years old at his death, and he was placed in a coffin in Egypt, and given into the hands of his children.
Joseph1806

1748

1101696

1638

RachelJasher 59. 20 And Joseph lived in the land of Egypt ninety-three years, and Joseph reigned over all Egypt eighty years. 25 And it came to pass after this that Joseph died in that year, the seventy-first year of the Israelites going down to Egypt. 26 And Joseph was one hundred and ten years old when he died in the land of Egypt, and all his brethren and all his servants rose up and they embalmed Joseph, as was their custom, and his brethren and all Egypt mourned over him for seventy days. 27 And they put Joseph in a coffin filled with spices and all sorts of perfume, and they buried him by the side of the river, that is Sihor, and his sons and all his brethren, and the whole of his father's household made a seven day's mourning for him.
Benjamin1804

1746

1091695

1637

RachelThe dead of Benjamin is not mentioned in the Bible and Jasher, but only in Jubilees.
 

Jasher 81-4 And at the end of two hundred and ten years, the Lord brought forth the children of Israel from Egypt with a strong hand.(1708-210=1498 BC.

1498+430=1928 and 1708+220=1928



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