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Tune in to CalendarTRUTH on NOWTIME Radio - April 9, 2017 at 8:00pm EST (NS1.29.10.6)

Join us for this special series of 7 episodes dedicated to deliving more deeply into the "7 keys" of the Calendar Referendum Initiative (CRI) 2020. On episode two, we discuss key fact 2: (2) OUR CURRENT CALENDAR IS NOT A PRACTICAL TOOL TO MEASURE THE MOST BASIC CYCLES OF TIME. A calendar, any calendar, is commonly understood as a system for dividing time over extended periods. A day is the base unit of a calendar, and the solar year is the base extended period.” The length of the solar year is currently reckoned at 365.242199 days. The Gregorian calendar divides this duration into twelve uneven months – four months of 30 days, seven of 31 days, and one of 28 days. On the Gregorian calendar the accrued quarter day is handled by inserting February 29th every four years. This is not necessarily the most logical, nor only way of handling the accrued quarter day. The point is this: There is no logical or scientific relation between the exact length of the year and the use of the Gregorian calendar to measure and divide that length. Nonetheless, the Gregorian calendar is held up as the most perfect instrument for dividing time, and is in use worldwide as the official standard. This is the only standard of measure used today that has unequal units! As an arbitrary division of the solar year, this calendar although illogical, unscientific and artificial, remains the central unquestioned institution of our modern society.

CalendarTruth on NOWTIME Radio is presented by the Global Council for Calendar Awareness (GCCA), an autonomous educational and cultural platform invites people of goodwill and conscience everywhere on Earth to adopt the natural 13-Moon/Month, 28-Day Calendar as a new harmonic time standard.