The Antikythera Mechanism – 2000 year old computer of Greek origin was a calculating machine that has been called the world’s first computer. It was discovered in a shipwreck near Greece in 1902, and is said to have been created around 100 B.C.
It was designed by a master astronomer to predict the movements of the celestial bodies as well as the Olympic Games. It is said to be so accurate that it can predict both lunar and solar eclipses hundreds of years in advance, as well as in the past.
In addition to predicting eclipses, there are two other equally electrifying aspects with this accurate time piece. First, it is established upon lunar-astro time principles, as defined by Scripture. Secondly, and perhaps most profoundly, it was designed to commence each month on the “full moon” rather than the conjunction or crescent lunar phases.