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Originally posted by Agent_USA_Supporter
reply to post by Bedlam
You skipped out on the part where the guy says it's long since gone.
According to him right? i highly doubt that its gone dont forget that we had experienced a large amount of meteor showers this year and last year.edit on 15-11-2012 by Agent_USA_Supporter because: (no reason given)
Nibiru in my opinion exists why you would think NASA would rather then comment on it? by saying it doesn't exist? if something doesn't like an unknown entity exists or not then the best thing to is not to talk about it.
Ok, I've one through the list they had and as I thought most of their claims are wrong. Out of all of those only the Persian Calendar is 360 days long but they added a month every few years to keep their calendar correlated to the solar cycle.
Assyrian Calendar: 5 months of 31 days + 6 months of 30 days + 1 month of 29 days = 364 days
Babylonian Calendar: Lunisolar Calendar. 354 days a year but in order to keep up with the solar cycle an intercalary month would be added every few years.
Chinese Calendar: Lunar calendar that alternated between 12 months of 30 days and 12 months of 29 days. This gives an average of 354 days.
Egyptian Calendar: 12 months of 30 days with five days added at the end of the year.
Ethiopian Calendar: Based on the Egyptian calendar but adds a leap day every four years.
Greek Calendar: Lunisolar Calendar. 354 days a year but in order to keep up with the solar cycle an intercalary month would be added every three years.
Hindu Calendar: This one is a bit complicated to understand on a quick perusal but it appears to be another lunisolar calendar.
Hebrew Calendar: Another lunisolar calendar. This one was based on a 19-year cycle of 235 lunar months with seven intercalary months added throughout the cycle.
Japanese Calendar: Based on the Chinese calendar.
Persian Calendar: This one actually was 360 days long. This stems from taking the Babylonian calendar and then adapting it to reflect their beliefs. To ensure the months stayed corresponded to the seasons an extra month was added every six years.
Pre-Incan Calendar: There were a number of civilization in Peru prior to the Inca. So until I know which one specifically I don't know what to search for.
Roman Calendar: These are kind of weird. Before the Julian Calendar they had two other calendars. The first was the Romulus Calendar. This was a lunar calendar but it was only 304 days long. For whatever reason the days between December and Martius were not given a month. This was followed by the Numa Calendar. This took the Romulus Calendar and then defined those interceding months. This led to a 355 day calendar. In order to keep up with the solar cycle intercalary months were occasionally added.
Originally posted by PlanetXisHERE
All of these civilizations were known to have used 360 day calendars, the info is easily found onlilne, and no one disputes it, you had better check your facts,
All you have to do is Google images for a 360 day calendar and hundreds of images of the actual calendars will appear. Click on some of the pictures to learn more, they are usually part of articles describing 360 calendars.
edit on 16-11-2012 by PlanetXisHERE because: addition
Originally posted by Agent_USA_Supporter
As i has and many of other ATS users have previously debated whatever with the existence of Nibiru is real or that we might actually live in a two star Binary system.
This is just further proof that we are close on finding out the real Nibiru and this may be very well be it.
I hope you enjoy the article.
Earth Orbit Tilted By Rogue Star, New Research Suggests
One young star may yank another's developing solar system, a new theory suggests, accounting for planets that circle their stars on tilted paths. This idea may also explain a long-standing puzzle close to home: why Earth's orbit is tipped 7° relative to the sun's equator.
But the disk migration theory suffered a blow in 2008, when astronomers began finding hot Jupiters on tilted and even backward orbits. Such wayward planets seemed to be victims of violence: The gravitational force of other planets might have kicked them onto their peculiar paths.
Earth Orbit Tilted By Rogue Star, New Research Suggetsedit on 15-11-2012 by Agent_USA_Supporter because: (no reason given)edit on 15-11-2012 by Agent_USA_Supporter because: (no reason given)