June 12-13 – Shavuot; 6th of Sivan to 7th of Sivan
Aug 14 - Tisha B’Av 10h of Av
Aug 19- Tu B’Av 15th of Av
Shavuot/Feast of Weeks (high holy day): Month 3, sunset June 18 to sunset June 19 Shabbat--Michael Rood
According to Haggai 2, another date for a poleshift is December 24th, 2016 on the ninth month and twenty-fourth day.
The magnetic poleshift possibly ends on Tu B’Av
While the Jews wandered in the desert for forty years, female orphans without brothers could only marry within their tribe, to prevent their father's inherited land in the Land of Israel from passing on to other tribes. On the fifteenth of Av of the fortieth year, this ban was lifted. (See Daughters of Zelophehad.)
1445 BC Sabbath Year (Shemitah) The Tabernacle is Erected and Filled Exodus 40; Laws for Sacrifices and Offerings Leviticus 1 - 7; Aaron and His Sons Consecrated Leviticus 8, 9; The Sin of Nadab and Abihu Leviticus 10; Laws of Purity Leviticus 11 - 19; Punishments and Regulations Leviticus 20 - 22; Feasts and Jubilee Leviticus 23; Census, Tribes, Duties Numbers 1 - 6; Tabernacle Dedication Numbers 7 - 10; The People Complain Numbers 11, 12; The Twelve Spies Numbers 13; People Murmur at the Spies' Report Numbers 14, 15That same year, the last of the generation of the sin of the spies, which had been forbidden to enter the Promised Land, found that they were not destined to die. For forty years, every Tisha B'av night, the Jews made graves for themselves in which they slept on Tisha B'Av; every year a proportion of them died. In the 40th year, the fifteen thousand who had remained from the first generation went to sleep in the graves and woke up the next day to their surprise. Thinking they made a mistake with the date, they did this until they reached Tu B'Av. Only then did they know they were allowed to live.