This calendar update, extending from Jan 2018 to Dec 2018, unifies into cohesion the ancient Hebrew Enochian Lunar calendar together with the pagan Gregorian Solar calendar. It marks the occurrence of chodesh (new moon day) which according to the Book of Enoch is a 7% waxing crescent moon first visible post sunset in Western skies. Contrary to mainstream belief, Sabbath does not occur once every seven days but is determined by the sighting of chodesh and aligned to the quarterly phases of the moon. Always the first day on Yah's calendar, chodesh is excluded from the counting of the following four seven-day sabbatical weeks. Thus, true Sabbath floats through and can occur on any day of the week according to the Gregorian system. Only by using a lunisolar calendar which excludes and adjusts for the sighting of chodesh, can one truly determine and remain compliant to observing the real occurrence of Shabbat, celebrating the actual Leviticus 23 feast days and festivals.