The Lunisolar Calendar EXPLained
The following changes to the current Gregorian calendar will align our planet's time-keeping as close as possible with the cycles of the Sun and the Moon.
In the Lunisolar calendar, every month becomes 28 Days long
The 29th, 30th and 31st days of the month in the Gregorian calendar are relocated to form a 13th month, Virtuary
13 x 28 = 364, so ---
New Years day becomes "Day Zero"
Day Zero does not belong to a month. It will be written as 0/0/YEAR which will be followed by 1/1/YEAR
These changes will make every day of the week align consistently with a specific day of the month.
Every month in the Lunisolar calendar begins on a Sunday and ends on a Saturday -- therefore, our week days will no longer arbitrarily shift
Sundays fall on the 1st, the 8th, the 15th, and the 22nd
Mondays fall on the 2nd, the 9th, the 16th, and the 23rd
Tuesdays fall on the 3rd, the 10th, the 17th, and the 24th
Wednesdays fall on the 4th, the 11th, the 18th and the 25th
And so on, for every month
We believe that re-evaluating the ways in which we think about concepts, logic, and time is increasingly important as humanity advances into the future. We hope that by introducing new ideas that challenge the existing consensus, we will be able to shift the human consciousness toward liberation.
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