A Day out of Time

According to the 13-month Galactic Calendar, the year is divided into 13 months of 28 days. 13 x 28 = 364 leaving July 25 as a day out of time. The Galactic Calendar movement is a modern application of the the Mayan calendar system, which proponents hold will bring us into harmony with the universe.

It is, however, more than a fringe New Age movement. George Eastman, of Eastman Kodak, was one of its greatest promotors and it was used at Kodak from 1928-1989.

Currently two eminent professors at Johns Hopkins University continue to fight for calendar reform: Richard Henry, Professor of Astronomy and Steve Hanke, Professor of Economics.

Read this December 31, 2015 BBC article.

You can also read more at Calendar Truth.

Personally, as a calendar publisher for neigh on ten years, I can understand the logic behind it. What scares me is the belief that the adoption of this calendar will somehow bring peace on Earth.

This is a quote by Dr. Jose Arguelles.

It is largely dyssynchronous timing standards that have kept human beings off-balance and alienated from the natural cycles of the Earth they inhabit. The worst culprit is the Gregorian calendar, and by extension the “12:60 frequency” that it fosters – together these have become, in essence, the inescapable time clock of globalist capitalism.

Only Jesus will bring Peace on Earth. That is what He came and died for, and that is why He is coming again. We can’t accomplish it through a new calendar or any other human device.

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This image of George Eastman was Published by B. C. Forbes Publishing Company, New York, 1917. It is in the public domain as its first publication occurred before January 1, 1923.


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