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The Sequani Calendar The Sequani Calendar is an interpretation of an ancient Celtic calendar found in Coligny, France, this calendar is updated so that it is relevant and useful to people today. The cover of the Sequani Calendar It is an alternative to using our current calendar, but today includes the dates and days. The Sequani Calendar offers an account of daily activities lunar, solar and stellar that is easy to follow. It enhances the knowledge of the night sky through its use of mythology. The PRINNI / PRINI 's, are listed in the calendar with the moon, but are very different from the moon. The PRINNI / PRINI 's refer to the fifteen brightest stars in the northern hemisphere and rising stars of graphic material for months. Using these rising stars usually eight hours instead of dusk, we were able to capture the ancient wisdom of heaven Greek names of stars. We relate this tradition sky with Celtic mythology. A full account of this is in our book The Myth of the Year: Returning to the origin of the Druid calendar, (University Press of America, 2003.). Months begin on the first quarter, so the first half of the month is, in the moonlight. The second half of the month is in the dark of the moon. We found that these ancients knew of the night, when the ecliptic due East / West, moved north and south announcing the coming spring BRIG called on the calendar. This calendar is a schedule of five years. When expanded to nineteen, we found that the exact number of nights 6585, which is very close cycle Saros, later in the year 6939 and three nights, very close to Metonic cycle at the end of four years. Then we discovered that we were not the first to do this. Alban Wall had done this count before us. We felt we had a 19 year calendar for sure. We have successfully translated the calendar until six years now, from 2001 to 2007. Intercalary months The intercalary months also revealed to us. For one month every two years and a half, you just get up when the moon rises. Through this process, you can see all the stars as they are marked on the calendar throughout the year. There have been more surprised when the "T" marks, + / / / + / / / +, the calendar has proved to us. Let's leave that to his surprise, too