Note: #6-9 creates fascinating misalignments of the start of the Jewish New Year
The first new moon delay was an extraordinary occurrence. It renews itself annually, which lands on October as the true Jewish New Year. The Jewish calendar leap year designations are possibly not biblical; therefore, the normal Jewish calendar will be celebrating God’s annual holy days one month late in 2016 as some interpret by the Jewish Oral Law of Leviticus 23:2, 4, where people are allowed to keep the holy days on whatever day that is most convenient. The real Rosh Hashanah could also be September 2-4 at the same time, thus both are the true Rosh Hashanah.