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Ophiuchus deleted from zodiac. Gregorian calendar confusing. I blame Babylon.

1 Intro

In my previous post, I mentioned historical negation as a possible explanation for certain discrepancies between mathematical numerology and tarot. An ignorant people is easily ruled, and false knowledge is the most crippling form of ignorance.

The example that immediately leaps to mind is our abominably-confusing 12-month calendar.

2 Missing month

Ophiuchus is allegedly removed from the astrology zodiac in order to suppress knowledge of our reptilian overlords' psychology. (This may be a metaphor for sociopathy, or something more literal, scaly and interdimensional.)

> In astronomy there are 13 star constellations in the zodiac (including Ophiuchus); this can be compared with astrology where there are 12 signs of the zodiac.

The number of months was correspondingly reduced from (13 * 28) to (12 * 30.4).

There are currently 365.25 days in a solar year. 13 * 28 = 364. 12 * 30 = 360. 13 gets 4 days closer to the target.

A 13 month system would be vastly better. Imagine 12 months of 28 days, and then December with either 29 or 30 days. Who wouldn't like an extra day of solstice holiday?

12 out of 13 months would have exactly 4 weeks. Every month would start on the same day of the week, for the whole year. Kids could learn the calendar sooner. Adults would make fewer scheduling mistakes. Future time orientation might increase.

3 Romulus and Remusssss

Wikipedia describes the evolution of the Western calendar:

Sounds like Rome's important. I wonder what's there now?

Weird, I thought Rome was the city of wolves, not serpents.

"Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves." — Jesus, Matthew 7:15

What did he mean by this?

Tl;dr: The calendar should be 13 months of 4 weeks, with an extra day at Christmas. It's 12 months because Rome is ruled by wolves in sheep's clothing, who don't want you to know how a sociopath thinks (like a serpent).

4 Babylon

Before Rome, Babylon ruled:

@NASA

We see your comments about a zodiac story that re-emerges every few years. No, we did not change the zodiac.

When the Babylonians invented the constellations 3,000 years ago, they chose to leave out a 13th sign. So, we did the math: https://go.nasa.gov/3gZnBwK

> But even according to the Babylonians’ own ancient stories, there were 13 constellations in the zodiac. So they picked one, Ophiuchus, to leave out.

Well, it was probably just a random choice. Babylon wasn't actually ruled by serpents. Right, Google?

Alright, Google, that's enough. No no, I don't want any more. Good day sir!

5 Feedback

5.1 sidereal astrology

nc7772 points

interesting. on the other side ophiuchus barely has a foot in on the ecliptic and is pretty small radius arc and crowded between scorpio and sag. maybe 5 days between tail of scorp and bow of sag in sun time. if anything clock the 'month' to the moon cycle for starters. personally i wonder if they promote tropical astrology vs. sidereal.

Good thoughts. I have no idea. It's not hard to pick a different line of stars and call it a snake. Deleting the serpent probably affected multiple other constellations.

I doubt astrology has much validity for horoscopy. But eliminating the serpent (sociopath) from a system of animal-based personality types is objectively wrong. It's the most important one to know about.

5.2 lucky 13

illuphantasm

Observance of God's lunar calendar ties into this. Keeping the Sabbath day Holy.

The number 13 should be considered fortuitous and lucky. It has been disparaged for this special reason.

The point of the Gregorian Calendar is to enable the casting of Black Magic using dates to affect the physics of the universe. Going back to the 13 month calendar would be end game for them.

Opiuchus is even wrestling with the snake in the constellation? Amazing info. The irony is too good.

Interesting. I wouldn't consider 13 lucky unless one considers death lucky. 6+7 ~ flesh passing into spirit. Death is the primal six.

Less innocuous in base 10, due to the one family connotation. Occupying a position between 3*4 and 2*7 is ugly, too.

That said, advanced spiritual societies do view death positively. I guess 6 and 13 are universally warnings, and evil when dealing with satanic corruption.

Ultimately, a number can't really be evil. Point well taken.

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