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The “Gregorian calendar” Exposed as Fraud!

The calendar we use today is wrong!

The Egyptians, Druids, Incas, Polynesians (etc.) and even the Mayans (which had the most complex and correct calendar in history) used the 13 Moons (Months) calendar.
A week had 7 days and a Moon had 4 weeks.
BUT Each Moon had 28 days. 28×13 = 364 days + 1 day “out of time”. This was a day of love and peace, a day of meditation and happiness before the new year.
(The Moon is known as “Luna” and we can still find countries where Luna = Month).

Unlike the Gregorian calendar, the days of the moon (month) and the days of the week line up perfectly, week-to-week and moon-to-moon. This makes the 13 Moon/28-day calendar a perpetual calendar. 

The calendar was changed by the Pope Gregorius (Gregory XIII), that’s why our calendar is called the Gregorian Calendar. The result is a chaotic calendar, very hard to follow, but most important out of phase with the Universe. We have Months with 29, 30 and 31 days, and once every 4 years, February has 28 days! Unacceptable!

The harmonious Moon calendar is very logical and simple to follow. Each week starts with Monday and ends with Sunday. The 1st day of every month will always be a Monday, and the 7th always a Sunday. This makes it easy to plan way ahead and reestablishes our connection to the Universe.

Here are some links you may find interesting:
1. Click for 13 Moon Calendar tutorial!
2. Click for 13 Moon Calendar video on YouTube!
3. Click for
Judge Wyld’s opinion on the 13 Moon Calendar!

Dave Dommett: “The Thirteen Moon calendar is an evolutionary tool to assist humanity in the unprecedented act of uniting itself on one issue central to its complete well-being: time. The harmonic convergence of humanity on this one issue, combined with the inescapable order, perfection and simplicity of following the 13 Moon calendar will lift the species as a simultaneous whole into the galactic timing frequency of 13:20.

The New Year in the thirteen moon calendar, of course, is not the same as Gregorian New Year, January 1, but is celebrated the day after the Day Out of Time, just as the Day Out of Time is the day after the 364th day of the 13 moon calendar.”