Dhr. Seven figured something out: The truth is -- and anyone can do the math -- is that according to Nature's own cycles, there are 13 "moonths" in a year. How? If a week has seven days and month has four weeks (4x7=28), __x28=364? (Add a free day for reflection as a transitional New Year's Day). In other words, How many months in a year? Wrong. The correct answer is 13 (13x28=364).
We have been lied to, and we have been disconnected from the natural cycles of time on earth. A lunar calendar would be more accurate and beneficial to our health and sanity. A lunisolar calendar, like the one forced on the world by the West, is the worst.
Buddhists and the Moon
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