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Eureka!! Our Calendar is Flawed!!

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posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 06:44 AM
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We screwed ourselves over the moment we gave in to the Julian/Gregorian calendar. When Julius Caesar was building his Roman Empire, he thought it would be cool to have a calendar created after him. In doing so, he desynchronized us from the natural 28 day lunar calendar based on the natural cycles of the moon and the sun. Our current calendar is based on nothing.

www.lawoftime.org...

The Law of Time is a universal law and principle. It states that time is the universal factor of synchronization.

The Law of Time distinguishes between a natural timing frequency that governs the universal order, and an artificial timing frequency which sets modern human civilization apart from the rest of its environment, the biosphere.

The effect of basing a civilization on artificial timing factors - an irregular calendar and the mechanical clock - has resulted in the creation of an artificial global mantle, the technosphere. By consuming natural resources faster than they can be replaced and creating more waste than can be eliminated, the technosphere operates at the expense of the biosphere. Hence, the current global crisis.

The Law of Time affirms that all of the planetary upheavals and social chaos that we are experiencing today are directly related to giving precedence to human laws and machine technology, rather than divine order and natural law. This is due to living a collective misperception of time known as the 12:60 frequency. This refers to the 12 month cycle of the irregular Gregorian calendar paced by the 60 minute clock.

[edit on 7-9-2010 by Davidius]




posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 06:48 AM
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Mind giving us a source to an article or something stating how our 12 Month calender is flawed or whatnot?



posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 06:56 AM
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I would like to see the real calender also.



posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 06:59 AM
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My opening post has been edited with more info.

Do you guys know what this means?!?

The mayans were right, lol



posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 07:07 AM
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We have a technosphere because people decided to do technological things.
Would you please explain how having a different calendar would have stopped people wanting to invent things?
"Oh no, I can't invent the steam engine because the calendar won't allow me!" How does that work?



posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 07:12 AM
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Awaiting galactic transmission page coming soon!

I can only wish it wasnt written in some kind of wierd nanomystery language that I need to attend several meetings to begin to understand.
I agree the calendar is messed up but then so is this refered site.



posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 07:30 AM
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But the 12 month calendar is lined up to our rotation around the Sun isn't it? And our time measurement (minutes, hours etc) is based on the rotation of Earth, hence it lines up with the Sun rising and falling in a lot of places. So how are our measurements not based on external natural cycles exactly?



posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 07:31 AM
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Um of course the calendar is flawed. Ever heard of leap year? LOL!

What about "daylight savings time"? The thing is so broken we have to use "little tricks" to "fix it".

It's not very old either.

It's doing ok but we definitely could improve on the concept.

I guess we could make it interesting and have people submit their concepts for review on what type of calendar scheme they would propose.

And the most accurate concepts could be adopted.

But this causes a lot of problems lol. The "Year" may have to be changed.

And almost everyone I know, "likes it the way it is", and "thinks in terms of Years AD."

So that would be the biggest issue to tackle imho. People get into habits and it's hard to get out of them.



posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 07:39 AM
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Originally posted by CHA0S
But the 12 month calendar is lined up to our rotation around the Sun isn't it? And our time measurement (minutes, hours etc) is based on the rotation of Earth, hence it lines up with the Sun rising and falling in a lot of places. So how are our measurements not based on external natural cycles exactly?


Because measurements are not concrete. They are flexible ideas that we can alter if we so choose.

We could have the year based on 24 months, or 48. It all depends on how deeply you want to divide things. And to "fix it" you apply multiple alterations throughout the year allowing it to work.

The point is, we can divide things differently by different factors than the ones we currently use.

Rather than months we could do without them altogether, and merely count "days". Example: Day 163 of Year 59.

This would eliminate the need for "months". Lunar cycles could be calculated based on "day counts" like they currently are but further simplified into mathematical terms without having to use arbitrary month-concepts to get in their way.

I am merely a layman of the topic and can already see that various calendars have been used in history, and that our's is not the best or most accurate concept.

We could easily "vote to change it", if we so felt like it. I doubt anyone will want to change it though, like I said in the earlier post above. People like things the way they are in this regard it seems.



posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 08:18 AM
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Day light savings was only implemented in the US maybe 50 years ago in order to give farm hands an extra hour to plant fields. There are a few states that don't abide by it and I believe that the rest of the world doesn't recognize it.



posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 08:25 AM
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How about Muslim Calendar(best lunar calendar ever) as well Mayan Calendar(best solar calendar ever) as their creators are better than Julian/Gregorian calendar creator in Math as well Extraterrestrial civilizations?

[edit on 7/9/2010 by masonicon]

[edit on 7/9/2010 by masonicon]



posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 08:35 AM
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Your right the Julian calendar miscalculated the length of a year to be 365.25 days and was about 11 minutes out leading to it going out of sync with the moon /sun cycle.

There's one problem with the thread though We don't use the Julian calender anymore and we haven't since 1582, we use the Gregorian one which has leap years added specifically to deal with this "going out of phase" problem.

Nice info but a little bit (400 years) out of date.



posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 08:37 AM
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The only "law of time" states that time is relative to the observer of time.. This was proven by a little known man who you may have heard of. His name is Einstein.



posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 08:37 AM
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The only "law of time" states that time is relative to the observer of time.. This was proven by a little known man who you may have heard of. His name is Einstein.



posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 08:50 AM
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Davidius,
I suggest you check out the calendar that Enoch posted in his writtings. Read his works, the year had 12 divisions 30 and 31 day divisions and one short one same as the Gregorian, the shortest division was in a different time of the yr. Months, that word comes from the moon reckoning but the moon was for reckoning the feast days etc., the sun for days and years. Enoch's was laid out with exactly the same length for a year as the gregorian and adding a day every fourth. 12 moon months end up 10 days short of a solar year if I remember correctly.

Truth irons out the wrinkles.

Truthiron



posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 09:19 AM
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What we know..

We KNOW that it takes our planet (called Earth) 365.242199 days to make a complete orbit of our Star (called Sun).

What is a day? A day is one complete rotation of planet Earth which we have broken down into the timing of

24 hours or broken down further there are 60 minutes in an hour which there are 60 minutes in an hour, which minutes are broken down further into seconds there being 60 seconds in a minute.

So we use 6 as seconds being 60 seconds in a minute and 6 as minutes being 60 minutes in an hour. The last 6 is not too hard to find if you look for it. Ever wonder why we use 60 seconds and 60 minutes? Why not 50 or 100? Well my friends every second of every minute of every hour you all worship satan.

The last six? Well that is easy. Take 7 days in a week and take one day away to rest. Every person who wears a watch, who has an alarm clock, who has a calendar. Even your computer has a clock and calendar in the bottom right hand corner.

6 seconds 6 minutes 6 days. 666. Satan is abound and there is no way to stop him now. The master of time awaits your soul!

No all kidding aside though we could break down the rotation of the planet Earth into 24 into 20 into 50 into 100. Would it make sense to change it into something more uniform? In my opinion it would but then again we are using 12 inches in a foot still here in the U.S. For all of our accomplishments in the United States the refusal to accept the Metric system has to be one of the poorest decisions ever made by any politician to ever accept any position or office in the History of our Country.

Only three country on the entire surface of Earth refuse to accept Metric. They are Burma, Liberia, and the United States.

Just think Iran, North Korea, Somalia. All have understood the importance of a universal measurement system.

BUT NOOOOO the U.S. is still shooping the whoop with magical 12 inches in a foot. Sorry world I apologize for our ignorance and I hide my head in shame.



posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 10:50 AM
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Davidius,

An addendum to my previous reply

Read the 16-t/h chaper of Secrets of Enoch, only 8 verses long, the "gates"are our months of the yr. He was given this by the Angel Uriel when He was taken into Heaven. Understanding his terminology don't take long. If you don't have acess to the book you can read it at amightywind.com the www in front of course and scroll down till you see the lost books of the bible and pick out Secrets of Enoch.

Truthiron



posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 02:48 PM
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Originally posted by CHA0S
But the 12 month calendar is lined up to our rotation around the Sun isn't it? And our time measurement (minutes, hours etc) is based on the rotation of Earth, hence it lines up with the Sun rising and falling in a lot of places. So how are our measurements not based on external natural cycles exactly?


By having a calendar that is moon based, you return to the Matriarchal order of life, and nature. Right now, with The Gregorian sun based calendar, our emphasis lies with Phallic worship of The Son God, which means praying to the 12:60 clock, building upon day and night, whereas the moon is always there, even when you can't see it, the Sun/God sleeps half of the time.

If you focus on the psychology behind sun worship, you hold no power in The Night. But the night gives us our dreams, The Gateway to the Spirit World. Without spirit, you become nothing more that a faction of the machine, another brick in the wall of the pyramid.

People need to get back to their old ways. We need to return to The Moon and The Ocean praise. The Sun is not God, and we need to stop treating it like it is.

Bring on The Night Owls, Wolves and Witches!


[edit on 7-9-2010 by leira7]



posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 03:02 PM
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We could have here on Earth has 13 28 day months with 7 day weeks but we'd be 2.249 days short of a proper annual year.

Due to the fact that our moon and sun fit into each other so closely during their eclipse I'd suggest that we've been knocked off of orbit from out sun to see if we are capable of understanding our true potential.

There is no other answer for it.

-m0r



posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 03:17 PM
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Ive always thought the fall daylight savings shift should occur over thanksgiving weekend. It would work well with the holiday weekend



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