Harmonic Standard 13 Moon Calendar Year

13 Moons of 28 Days +1 Day Out of Time = 365 Days

13 Moons x 28 days = 364 days = 52 seven-day weeks. The 365th day of the year is called the Day Out of Time, a day to celebrate peace through culture, time is art and practice universal forgiveness so that everyone can start the next year fresh!

In the graphic above, the small numbers at the bottom of each square are the 12 Month/Gregorian calendar dates. For example, find the very first day of the 13 Moon calendar – do you see below where it says “7-26” – this is the Gregorian date July 26! Every day on the 13 Moon calendar includes the Gregorian date – this is so we don’t get lost in this time of transition.

Now find your birthday on the 13 Moon calendar. For example, if your birthday is October 13, look for the day on the calendar that is marked “10-13”. Note that October 13 is the 24th day of the Electric Moon. Electric Moon is the third moon of the 13 moons. You can write this date as 3.24.

Now find today’s date on the 13 Moon calendar. Note the moon and day of the moon it falls on.

This is all you need to know to begin following this basic 13 Moon Cycle! No need to memorize obscure rhymes like “30 days hath September,…” because every moon is exactly 28 days – the first day of the moon is always the first day of the week, the last day of the moon is always the last day of the week!

This consistent regularity is what makes the 13 Moon calendar a harmonic timespace matrix. This is just the tip of the iceberg of fourth-dimensional time…

Congratulations! You’ve now learned how to keep time within a harmonic matrix!

13 Moon Calendar tutorial, click thru to read more:

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