The Technical Aspects of the Calendar

Glossary
THE SEQUANI CALENDAR GLOSSARY
THE PRIMARY STARS
THE PRINNIS
THE 19 YEAR CYCLE

T-Marks

THE ECLIPSE CYCLE

THE T- Marks Translation

 

Partial Glossary for the Coligny Calendar According to

The Sequani Calendar Studies Group

PRINNI Fixed stars of 1st magnitude

 

LOVD Horns of the Bull Taurus

 

LAG Other constellations not the Bull

 

N INNI R Venus

 

N INNIS R Venus related to Saturn and stars or constellations

 

The T Marks +// /+/ //+ show the Moon, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, crossing the intersection of the galactic equator and the ecliptic and the intersection of the celestial equator and the ecliptic. Sometimes it is a planet crossing important star. See the T Marks file.

IVOS Mercury probably also Mars and Jupiter

Displaced nights are the Moon passing the Prini's of not own month for

example DVMANN placed in Samonios.

 

N Meteor showers Nice Planetary check points

 

NSDS Star Constellations seen relative to intercalary nights.

Misplaced O such as MD PRINO SAMON or NO GIAMON INIS R

Beginning planet cycle.

 

TIOCOBREXTIO Gathering of the tribes. Three lights 1st magnitude stars

related to the season. Sometimes 6 stars; sometimes 9 stars.

 

SINDIV Meeting of three sky divisions: rising, zenith and setting with

1. Capella/Pleiades, 2. Deneb or Vega, 3. Coma Berenices

 

AMB count nights around primary phases of the Moon.

 

 

The First Magnitude Stars and Their Traditional

Astrological Meanings

The color of the stars are a reflection of the heat - the amount of fuel left to burn. Stars are white to red. The closer the star is to the horizon, the easy it is to see the colors. The weird names are the names of the months or moons of this old calendar.

1. Sirius- blue brightest star in the sky 81/2 light years away. Canis Major (Dumannios I Samon Prini Lovd) Sirius--Mars, Jupiter danger, fame, honors.

2. Procyon white 10 light years away Canis Minor. sixth brightest star Small dog placed in the sky for his faithfulness. He drinks from the Milky way. In Egypt, he was Anubis, the jackel god. Greeks called the group Procyon. Procyon rises before the dog star, Sirius. It is a double star. DUMANNIOS V PRINNI LAGE Mercury, Mars afflictions, haste, misfortune

3. Pollux - yellowish 31 light years away. In the Twins Gemini. twelfth brightest star. The twin is Castor Castor white 44 light years away. double star sons of Leda sired by Jupiter. Also known as Romulus and Remus (Both in Samonios but noted as Dumanni) DUMANNIOS V PRINNI LAGE Mars cruelty, injury, violence

4. Regulus -bluish white 70 light years away. In Leo. fifteenth brightest star. Little king Rivros II Prinni Lovd Mars, Jupiter position, power, riches

5. Arcturius - orange 32 light years away Bear keeper In Bootes second brightest star.ANAGANTIOS IV PRINNI LAG Mars, Jupiter belligerence, enterprise, prosperity

6. Vega -bluish white 23 light years away. 3rd brightest star. Vega is the word for eagle in Arabic but it is in the Lyra CVTIOS II Prinni Lovd Mercury Venus Lasciviousness, talent, wealth

7. Spica -blue 190 light years away. Spica or ear of wheat In Virgo, eleventh brightest star. OGRONIOS Prune Lovd.Venus Mars Jupiter protection, riches, renown

8. Deneb- white 465 light years away The word means tail and it is the tail of the swan known as Cygnus fourth brightest star. Giam Pri Lag Deneb Summer Triangle noted in Cutios VII GAMI PRI LAG.Jupiter Saturn distinction, integrity justice

9. Altair -yellowish white 18 light years away. In Aquila. Altair means the eagle in Arabic eighth brightest star. SIMIVISONN I Giamo Prin Lag Equulleus and Pegasus Eqa Pri La noted in Simivisonn Mars Jupiter boldness, heroism willfulness

10.Fomalhaut -white 27 light years away Fish's mouth. thirteenth brightest star. This star skims the horizon Equos II Prini Lag Mercury Venus Advantages, fortune, malevolence

11. Capella - blue 42 light years away. Known as the she-goat star in Auriga - the charioteer. 6th brightest star in the heavens. Spectroscopic binary which means really close and moving around each other very closely. Elembvios III PRINNI LAG with the Pleiades

12. Aldebaran - red 54 light years away In Taurus and it means follower of the Pleiades ninth brightest star Cantlos IIII Prinni Lag Mars opposition, strength success

13. Betelgeuse -Reddish 300 light years away. In Orion known as the giant's shoulder. seventh brightest star.

14. Antares -red, the red giant 170 light years away Scorpio tenth brightest star. Also know as the rival of Mars. A double star: red and faint green probably Simivisonn

15. Rigel - blue 545 light years away. Rigel means regal.

 

THE PRINNIS

Prinni Lovd's Full Moon rises close to the month's star; in other words they rise close together. Prinni Lag's Moon does not rise so close to month's star.

YR 2 SAMONIOS VII PRINI LOVDIN

SIRIUS RISING

DEC 18 2002

 

YR 3 SAMONIOS VII PRINNI LOVD

POLLUX RISING

FULL MOON TO PASS THROUGH HORNS OF THE BULL

[SIRIUS RISING 9:00 PM FULL MOON PASSING SIRIUS]

DEC 6, 2003

SAT

 

YR 3 CANTLOS VII SAMON PRINI LOVD

THREE NIGHTS OF FULL MOON

FULL MOON PASSING BETWEEN

PLIEADES AND HYADES

NOV 26, 2004

FRI

[PROCYON & SIRIUS RISING 9:30PM

 

YR 5 SAMONIOS VII PRINI LOVD

MOON THROUGH HYADES

AND PLEIADES

CASTOR AND POLLUX

RISING

SIRIUS RISES 9PM

DEC 13, 2005

TUES

 

YR 4 SAMONIOS ATE II MD PRINI SAM. SINDIV

SIRIUS RISING

ABOUT 10:00PM

AS CAPELLA CLOSE TO ZENITH

COMA BERENICES RISES

DENEB SETTING

JAN 4, 2005

TUES

 

YR 5 SAMONIOS ATE II MD PRINO SAMON

THIRD QTR MOON

SIRIUS RISING

SATURN RISING

VENUS SETTING

LOOK FOR MERCURY,

ANTARES, JUPITER,

MOON IN LINE AM

AS THE MOON RISES

SIRIUS CLOSE TO ZENITH

DEC 23, 2005

FRI

 

YR 1 DVMANNIOS I SAMON PRINI LOVD

1ST QTR MOON

SIRUS RISING

JAN 21 02

 

YR 2 DVMANNIOS I SAMON PRIOVDIXIVOS

SIRUS RISING MERCURY CONJUNCT SUN

[SIRIUS & JUPITER RISE TOGETHER SATURN AT THE END OF BULL'S HORNS]

JAN 11 2003

 

YR 3 DVMANNIOS I SAMON PRIN LOD IVOS

1ST QTR MOON

SIRIUS RISING

MERCURY AM

DEC 30, 2003

TUES

 

YR 4 DVMANNIOS I SAMON PRINI LOYD

SIRIUS RISING

JAN 18, 2005

TUES

 

YR 5 DVMANNIOS 1 SAMON PRIN LOVD IVOS

FIRST QTR MOON

SIRIUS RISING

MERCURY ON

HORIZON AM

JAN 6,2006

FRI

 

YR 1 DVMANNIOS V PRINNI LAGE

MOON CONJUNCT POLLUX PROCYON

JAN 25,2002

 

YR 2 DVMANNIOS V PRINNI LAGIT

POLLUX RISING

JAN 15, 2003

 

YR 3 DVMANNIOS V PRINNI LAGE

POLLUX RISING

MOON PASSING PLEIADES & HYADES

JAN 3, 2004

SAT

 

YR 4 DVMANNIOS V PRINNI LAGE

MOON PASSING

CASTOR & POLLUX

[FULL MOON PASSES PROCYON]

JAN 22, 2005

SAT

 

YR 5 DVMANNIOS V PRINNI LAGE

SEVEN NIGHTS

AROUND

FULL MOON

MOON BETWEEN

ALDEBARAN & CAPELLA

SIRIUS RISING

SATURN W/CANCER

JAN 10, 2006

TUES

 

YR 1 DVMANNIOS VIII PRI LO RIVRI

FULL MOON CELEBRATED

MOON CONJUNCT REGULUS

JAN 28, 2002

 

YR 2 RIVROS VIII PRINNI LOVD

MOON CONJUNCT REGULUS RISING

FULL MOON

FEB 16, 2003

 

YR 3 RIVROS VIII PRINI LO

BEGIN FULL MOON

REGULUS RISING

COMA BERENICES RISING

FEB 4, 2004

WED

 

YR 4 DVMANNIOS VIII PRI LO RIVRI

FULL MOON PASSES REGULUS

JAN 25, 2005

TUES

 

YR 5 RIVROS VIII PRINNI LOVD

MOON PASSING SATURN

TOWARDS REGULUS

FEB 11, 2006

SAT

 

YR 1 RIVROS II PRINNI LOVD IVOS

REGULUS RISING

AM MERCURY EAST HORZ REGU. WEST HOR.

FIRST QTR MOON CONJUNCT ALDEBARAN

FEB 20 2002

 

YR 2 RIVROS II PRINNI LOVD

REGULUS RISING

FEB 10, 2003

 

YR 3 RIVROS II PRINNI LOVD

REGULAS RISING

JAN 29, 2004

THURS

 

YR 4 RIVROS II PRINNI LOVD IVOS

REGULUS RISING

WATCH THE MOON JUMP THE BULL

NEXT FEW NIGHTS

MERCURY PM

IN LIGHT OF SUN

FEB 17, 2005

THURS

 

YR 5 RIVROS II PRINNI LOVD

SEVEN NIGHTS

AROUND

FULL MOON

MOON BETWEEN

ALDEBARAN & CAPELLA

SIRIUS RISING

SATURN W/CANCER

JAN 10, 2006

TUES

 

YR 1 ANAGANTIOS VI PRINNI LAG

ARCTURUS RISING

MAR 26 2002

 

YR 2 ANAGANTIOS VI PRINNI LAG

ARCTURUS SPICA RISING

MAR 16, 2003

 

YR 3 ANAGANTIOS VI PRINNI LAG

ARCTURUS AND SPICA RISING

MAR 3, 2004

WED

 

YR 4 ANAGANTIOS VI PRINNI LAG

LOOK FOR MOON, JUPITER, &SPICA

ARCTURUS RISING

MAR 23, 2005

WED

 

YR 5 ANAGANTIOS VI PRINNI LAG

MAR 11, 2006

SAT

 

YR 1 OGRONIOS II PRINNI LOVD

FIRST QTR MOON

VEGA RISING

APR 20, 2002

 

Y2 OGRONIOS III PRINNI LOVD

VEGA RISING

APR 11, 2003

 

YR 3 OGRONIOS III PRINNI LOVD

VEGA RISING

MAR 29, 2004

MON

 

YR 4 OGRONIOS III PRINNI LOVD

VEGA RISING

APR 18, 2005

MON

 

YR 5 OGRONIOS III PRINNI LOVD

ARCTARUS & SPICA RISING

[VEGA LATER BECAUSE OF INTERCALARY COMING UP YEAR END}

APR 6, 2006

THURS

 

YR 1 CVTIOS IIII PRINI LOVD

MOON CONJUNCT SPICA

MAY 22, 2002

 

YR 2 CVTIOS IIII PRINNO LOVD Full Moon & Prinni rise toge

DENEB RISING, 2003

MAY 12

 

YR 3 CVTIOS IIII PRINNO LOVD

DENEB RISING SAME TIME AS ANTARES

APR 29, 2004

THURS

 

YR 4 CVTIOS IIII PRINI LOVD

DENEB RISING

MAY 19, 2005

THURS

 

YR 5 CVTIOS IIII PRINNO LOVD

DENEB RISING

MAY 7, 2006

SUN

 

YR 1 CVTIOS VII GIAM PRI LAG

SUMMER TRIANGLE RISING

MAY 25, 2002

 

YR 2 GIAMONI0S VII PRINNI LAG

FULL MOON

ALTAIR RISING

JUN 14

 

1st INTERCALARY OGMIOS VII GIAM PRI LAG

N

INTERCALARY NIGHT

ALTAIR RISING

MOON CONJUNCT SPICA

JUN 1, 2004

TUES

 

YR 4 CVTIOS VII GIAM PRI LAG

SUMMER TRIANGLE

RISING [MOON RISES W/ SUMMER TRIANGLE]

3 NIGHTS OF

FULL MOON

MAY 22, 2005

SUN

 

YR 4 GIAMONIOS VII PRINNI LAG

FULL MOON

SUMMER SOLSTICE

MEAN SAMHRAIDH

ALTAIR RISING

JUN 21, 2005

TUES

 

YR 5 GIAMONIOS VII PRINNI LAG

SUMMER TRIANGLE UP

JUN 9, 2006

THURS

 

YR 1 SIMIVISONN I GIAMO PRIN LAG

FIRST QTR MOON

ALTAIR RISING

JULY 17, 2002

 

YR 2 SIMIVISONN I GIAMO PRIN LAG

FIRST QTR MOON

SUMMER TRIANGLE RISING

JUL 7, 2003

 

YR 3 SIMIVISONN I GIAMO PRIN LAG

FIRST QTR MOON

CONJUNCT SPICA

JULY 24, 2004

SAT

SUMMER TRIANGLE RISING

 

YR 4 SIMIVISONN I GIAMO PRIN LAG

SUMMER TRIANGLE UP

1ST QTR MOON

JUL 14, 2005

THURS

[MOON SAME LAtITUDE AS ALTAIR]

 

YR 5 SIMIVISONN I GIAMO PRINI LAG

SUMMER TRIANGLE DUE EAST RISING

JUL 2, 2006

SAT

 

YR 1 SIMIVISONN VIII EQV PRI LA

FULL MOON EQUULEUS AND PEGASUS RISING

IN CAPRICORN CAPRICORN IS RIGHT ABOVE FOMALHAUT

JULY 24 , 2002

 

YR 2 EQVOS VIII PRINI LAG

FOMALHAUT RISING

WATCH MOON - MARS - FOMALHAUT

AUG 13, 2003

 

YR 3 SIMIVISONN VIII EQVI PRINNI LA

FULL MOON PASSING

EQUULEUS & PEGASUS RISING

LUGNASAD

JUL 31, 2004

SAT

 

YR 4 EQVOS VIII PRINNI LAG

FOMALHAUT

RISING

[FULL MOON RISING W/ FOMALHAUT]

AUG 20, 2005

SAT

 

YR 5 EQVOS VIII PRINO LAG

FULL MOON DUE SOUTH

[FOMALHAUT RISES W/ CAPELLA]

AUG 8, 2006

MON

YR 1 EQVOS II PRINI LAG IVOS

FOMALHAUT RISING

NOTE MERCURY

AUG 17, 2002

YR 2 EQVOS II PRINNI LAG

FOMALHAUT RISING

SCHEAT BETA PEGASI EQUULEUS RISING

FIRST QTR MOON

AUG 7, 2003

YR 3 EQVOS II PRIN LAG IVOS

FIRST QTR MOON

FOMALHAUT RISING

MERCURY WITH THE SUN

AUG 24, 2004

TUES

YR 4 EQVOS II PRINI LAG

SAGITTARIUS RISING

MOON W/ ANTARES

AUG 14, 2005

SUN

[FOMALHAUT RISING]

YR 5 EQVOS II PRIN LAG

FOMALHAUT RISES LATER

INTERCALARY MONTH COMING

AUG 2, 2006

YR 1 ELEMBIVIOS III PRINNI LAG IVOS

CAPELLA AND PLEIADES RISING

MERCURY WEST MOON EAST

SEPT 17, 2002

YR 2 ELEMBIVIOS III PRINNI LAG IVOS

FOMALHAUT RISING

[CAPELLA PLEIADES RISING]

MERCURY/VENUS WATCH PM

SEPT 5, 2003

YR 3 ELEMBIVIOS III PRINNI LAG IVOS

CAPELLA/PLEIADES RISING

MERCURY AM

SEPT 24, 2004

FRI

YR 4 ELEMBIVIOS III PRINNI LAG IVOS

FORMALHAUT RISING

MERCURY AM

[CAPELLA & PLEIADES RISING]

SEP 12, 2005

MON

YR 5 ELEMBIVIOS III PRINNI LAG

CAPELLA & PLEIADES RISE AS MOON SETS

SEP 1, 2006

YR 2 ELEMBIVIOS VIIII PRINNI LAG

CELEBRATE FULL MOON

CAPELLA & PLEIADES RISING

SEPT 11, 2003

YR 3 EQVOS VIIII ELEMBI PRI LAG

CAPELLA AND PLEIADES RISING

AUG 31, 2004

TUES

YR 4 ELEMBIVIOS VIIII PRINNI LAG

CAPELLA & PLEIADES

RISING

CELEBRATE FULL MOON

SEP 18, 2005

SUN

YR 5 ELEMBIVIOS III PRINNI LAG IVOS

CAPELLA & PLEIADES RISING

SEP 2, 2006

SAT

YR 5 ELEMBIVIOS VIIII PRINNI LAG

FULL MOON CLOSE TO FOMALHAUT

SEP 7, 2006

THURS

YR 1 CANTLOS IIII PRINNI LAG

ALDEBARAN RISING

NOV 16, 2002

YR 2 CANTLOS IIII PRINNI LAGE

ALDEBARAN RISING

NOV 4, 2003

YR 3 CANTLOS IIII PRINNI LAG

BETELGEUSE/ RIGEL RISING

NOV 23, 2004

TUES

YR 4 CANTLOS IIII PRINNI LAG

CASTOR POLLUX BETELGEUSE

RISING

ALDEBARAN RISING

NOV 11, 2005

FRI

YR 5 CANTLOS IIII PRINNI .N. LAG

MOON HEADED FOR THE PLEIADES

NOV 1, 2006

 

THE 19 YEAR CYCLE

Count the 19 year cycles See explanation at end

The sections in this count are 1801 1800 = 1/2 360 circle count

1831 1830 X 2 = 366 year count

1477 1477 = 1/2 2954 lunar count of 29.54

Don't add intercalary 30 nights

12/22 2001 to 12/11 2002 5th year and 1st year 355 nights 58th and 1st

year

 

2001 to 12/22 355 20819 end with 4th add 1 night 50 moons

365 -11 nights in 2001 1/2 2001 to 12/21 2001 354 nights 6940

2000 366 nights 20465 3rd

1 + 366 + 18 in 1999 12/14 1999 to 1/1 2001 for 385 nights

1999 365 20080 2nd

347 + 6 nights in 1998 12/26 1998 to 12/13 1999 for 353 nights

1998 365 19727 1st

359 + 26 nights in 1997 12/6 1997 to 12/25 1998 for 385 nights

 

1997 365 19342 5th 62 moons

339 + 16 nights in 1996 12/16 1996 to 12/5 1997 for 355 nights

1996 366 18987 4th

350 + 3 nights in 1995 12/29 1995 to 12/15 1996 for 353 nights

1995 365 18634 3rd

362 + 22 nights in 1994 12/9 1994 to 12/28 1995 for 385 nights

1994 365 18249 2nd

342 + 11 nights in 1993 12/21 1993 to 12/8 1994 for 353 nights

1993 365 17896 1st

354 + 31 nights in 1992 12/1 1992 to 12/20 1993 for 385 nights

 

1992 366 17511 5th 62 moons

335 +20 nights in 1991 12/12 1991 to 11/30 1992 for 355 nights

1991 365 17156 4th

345 + 8 nights in 1990 12/24 1990 to 12/11 1991 for 353 nights

1990 365 16803 3rd

357 + 28 nights in 1989 12/4 1989 to 12/23 1990 for 385 nights

1989 365 16418 2nd

337 + 16 nights in 1988 12/16 1988 to 12/3 1989 for 353 nights

1988 366 16065 1st

350 + 35 nights in 1987 11/27 1987 to 12/15 1988 for 385 nights

 

1987 365 15680 5th 61 moons

330 + 25 nights in 1986 12/7 1986 to 11/26 1987 for 355 nights

1986 365 15325 4th

340 + 13 nights in 1985 12/19 1985 to 12/6 1986 for 353 nights

1985 365 14972 3rd

352 + 33 nights in 1984 11/29 1984 to 12/18 1985 for 385 nights

1984 366 14587 2nd

333 + 20 nights in 1983 12/12 1983 to 11/28 1984 for 353 nights

1983 365 14234 1st

345 + 10 nights in 1982 12/22 1982 to 12/11 1983 for 355 nights

first year is also 5th year this cycle

 

end with 4th

1982 365 13879 4th 50 moons

355 - 2 nights in 1982 1/3 1982 to 12/21 1982 for 353 nights

1981 365 13526 3rd

2 + 365 + 18 in 1980 12/14 1980 to 1/2 1982 for 385 nights

1980 366 13141 2nd

348 + 5 nights 1979 12/27 1979 to 12/13 1980 for 353 nights

1979 365 12788 1st

360 + 25 nights in 1978 12/7 1978 to 12/26 1979 for 385 nights

 

1978 365 12403 5th 62 moons

340 + 15 nights in 1977 12/17 1977 to 12/6 1978 for 355 nights

1977 365 12048 4th

350 + 3 nights in 1976 12/29 1976 to 12/16 1977 for 353 nights

1976 366 11695 3rd

363 + 22 nights in 1975 12/10 1975 to 12/28 1976 for 385 nights

1975 365 11310 2nd

343+ 10 nights in 1974 12/22 1974 to 12/9 1975 for 353 nights

1974 365 10957 1st

355 + 30 nights in 1973 12/2 1973 to 12/21 1974 for 385 nights

 

1973 365 10572 5th 62 moons

335 + 20 nights in 1972 12/12 1972 to 12/1 1973 for 355 nights

1972 366 10217 4th

346 + 7 nights in 1971 12/25 1971 to 12/11 1972 for 353 nights

1971 365 9864 3rd

358 + 27 nights in 1970 12/5 1970 to 12/24 1971 for 385 nights

1970 365 9479 2nd

338 + 15 nights in 1969 12/17 1969 to 12/4 1970 for 353 nights

1969 365 9126 1st

350 + 35 nights in 1968 11/27 1968 to 12/16 1969 for 385 nights

 

1968 366 8741 5th 61 moons

331 + 24 nights in 1967 12/8 1967 to 11/26 1968 for 355 nights

1967 365 8386 4th

341 + 12 nights in 1966 12/20 1966 to 12/7 1967 for 353 nights

1966 365 8033 3rd

354 + 32 nights in 1965 11/30 1965 to 12/19 1966 for 385 nights

1965 365 7648 2nd

333 + 20 nights in 1964 12/12 1964 to 11/29 1965 for 353 nights

1964 366 7295 1st

346 + 9 nights in 1963 12/23 1963 to 12/11 1964 for 355 nights

 

end second cycle

end with 4th year 5th year and 1st year are the same

This stretch is 50 moons

1963 365 6940 4th add 1 night

356 - 2 night in 1963 1/3 1963 to 12/22 1963 for 354 nights

1962 365 6586 3rd

4 + 365 +18 nights in 1961 12/14 1961 to 1/2 1963 for 385 nights

1961 365 6201 2nd

347 + 6 nights in 1960 12/26 1960 to 12/13 1961 for 353 nights

1960 366 5848 1st

360 + 25 nights in 1959 12/7 1959 to 12/25 1960 for 385 nights

 

1959 365 5463 5th this stretch is 62 moons

340 + 15 nights in 1958 12/17 1958 to 12/6 1959 for 355 nights

1958 365 5108 4th

350 + 3 nights in 1957 12/29 1957 to 12/16 1958 for 353 nights

1957 365 4755 3rd

362 + 23 nights in 1956 12/9 1956 to 12/28 1957 for 385 nights

1956 366 4370 2nd

343 + 10 nights in 1955 12/22 1955 to 12/8 1956 for 353 nights

1955 365 4017 1st

355 + 30 nights in 1954 12/2 1954 to 12/21 1955 for 385 nights

 

1954 365 3632 5th 62 moon

335 + 20 nights in 1953 12/12 1953 to 12/1 1954 for 355 nights

1953 365 3277 4th

345 + 8 nights in 1952 12/24 1952 to 12/11 1953 for 353 nights

1952 366 2924 3rd

358 + 27 nights in 1951 12/5 1951 to 12/23 1952 for 385 nights

1951 365 2539 2nd

338 + 15 nights in 1950 12/17 1950 to 12/4 1951 for 353 nights

1950 365 2186 1st

350 + 35 nights in 1949 11/27 1949 to 12/16 1950 for 385 nights

 

1949 365 1801 5th 61 moons

330 + 25 nights in 1948 12/7 1948 to 11/26 1949 for 355 nights

1948 366 1446 4th

341 + 12 nights in 1947 12/20 1947 to 12/6 1948 for 353 nights

1947 365 1093 3rd

353 + 32 nights in 1946 11/30 1946 to 12/19 1947 for 385 nights

1946 365 708 2nd

333 + 20 nights in 1945 12/12 1945 to 11/29 1946 for 353 nights

1945 365 355 1st

345 + 10 nights in 1944 12/22 1944 to 12/11 1945 for 355 nights

end third cycle

5th year and 1st year are the same This is also 58th year and 1st year

This page reconciles the Sun and Moon and the Bull's Horns with the

winter solstice over the 19 year mythological cycle. It takes 3 cycles

for this to work out; however there is little correction needed in a

nineteen year period, 1 night every other 19. The counting starts at

the end.

metonic cycle 6939.6

precession is a year and a day.

 

6940 + 6939 + 6940 = 20819

solar count 20819 divided by 365.2422 = 57

lunar count 20819 divided by 29.53059027 = 705

 

The first quarter moon backs itself up from the solstice. There is

notice of this. By the time the first quarter moon, in intervals of 58

years, is at December 25, an intercalary can be added previous.

 

Information for the eclipse cycle comes from the American Ephemeris for the 21st and 20th Century by Neil F. Michelsen.

published by ACS Publications, Inc.  http://www.acspublications.com/books/index.php#bae2010

 

 

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