Galactic Calendar :: Majestic Mountains
  • Galactic Calendar :: Majestic Mountains

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    Our society experiences an artificial irregularity with a calendar of 12 months of 30 or 31 and sometimes 28 or 29 days. The keepers of universal time, the Mayans, use an even division of the year in 13 moons of 28 days. This equal distribution of time throughout the year brings harmony to life and is synchronised with the cycles of the Moon, the Earth, the Sun and the Milky Way. The Druids, Celts, Egyptians, Essenes, Eskimos, Chinese and Polynesians all use this universal time-keeping system!


    Travel around the world to 13 Majestic Mountains with this Galactic Calendar

    and experience more harmony in your life when you synchronise
    to the rhythms of the universe in which we live.


    In this Galactic Calendar, I combine the known 12 month and the natural 13 moon calendars to build the bridge between the two. 

    The year is divided in 13 x 28 days + 1 "Day Out Of Time". 

    The year starts on July 26, together with the heliacal rising of the star Sirius.

    Carbon neutral print with vegetable based ink

    on recycled silk photo paper with wire-o hanging system.

    35 x 35 cm, 14 x 14 inch, 26 July 2020 - 25 July 2021


    Wondering about the effects of a calendar on Human Consciousness?

    Learn more in my blog on Natural Time.


    Are you ready to flow with Natural Time?


    Select your Language & Time Zone below ::

    :: Dutch, week starting on Monday, quotes in English
    :: English EU time zone, week starting on Monday
    :: English US time zone, week starting on Sunday

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    • Why doesn't Each Moon / Month begin on a Full or New Moon


      SEEN from EARTH

      In this calendar system, we refer to the 28-day cycle as a “Moon”, because it is the average between the 29,5 day synodic cycle of the moon - new moon to new moon - and the 27,3 sidereal cycle of the moon - when she returns to the same place in the sky


      SEEN from SPACE

      It takes the Moon approximatily 28 days to orbit the Earth. She makes this orbit 13 times a year. In the time it takes our Earth to orbit the Sun once, our Moon has orbited us 13 times. Therefore, 13 months of 28 days is a natural and logical way to measure the year. 


      This calendar is NOT the same as commonly used “Lunar Calendars” which are based on the phases of the moon, the synodic cycle.


      This Time-Keeping System is actually a Solar-Lunar-Galactic Calendar!


      Source: 13moon & LawOfTime

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    ©reated by Toon Muylaert 2020