In fact, in ancient times people lived by a month calendar. That was when the months January and February were added to the calendar, and the original fifth and sixth months were renamed July and August in honor of Julius Caesar and his successor, Augustus — both of which were made 31 days long to emphasize their importance, another arbitrary choice.
The Julian and Gregorian calendars reconciled the solar year with the sign zodiac but ignored any natural solstice cycle for a starting point. January 1 just starts where it starts. The shortest day in the northern hemisphere occurs at the winter solstice that usually occurs on December 21 or 22, after which the sun begins its return. In the southern hemisphere this is the summer solstice and longest day. But the same principle is true. The sun shifts on this date in relationship to the Earth.
Why not begin a calendar on or near this date instead of ten or eleven days later? Not to beat a dead horse, but the point is that our calendars are arbitrary choices. It is interesting to me that in Walter Berg and Mark Yazaki suggested that a sign zodiac be adopted with the addition of the constellation Ophiuchus, the Serpent-bearer.
This constellation has been known since at least the time of the great second-century astronomer, Ptolemy 90 AD— AD.
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Why is a sign zodiac just now being suggested? Could it be a sign of our shifting consciousness? Just for grins, consider that the reason that we divide our day into two hour segments is also an arbitrary choice, not some immutable cosmic law inscribed in granite and brought down from the mountain top. Our hour days and nights came from the Babylonians as long ago as BC. They also used a sexagesimal system base 60 which is probably why the hours were divided into units of 60 seconds.
It was a choice that came out of the consciousness of the day.
It fit for them, but may not any longer be a good fit for the times in which we live. We are in transformative times.
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People are waking up, spiritually. Individually and collectively, we are moving into higher states of awareness.
Perhaps a sign zodiac is a sign of the times. It has many wonderfully positive qualities. It is a visionary energy that acts as a gateway and allows us to be innovative and inventive. It can help us to be fearless and move in new directions. It is the number of religion and service and business. Yet, locking ourselves into hour days and nights, and month years has a serious downside.
It is the number of earthquakes and explosions, atrocities and holocaust. It supports rebelliousness and ruthless tyrants on one side, and defeatism, hopelessness and self-doubt on the other. We have seen enough of these negative energies both in modern times and through long centuries past. I developed a new, month calendar for my system of Mystical Numerology.
I began to wonder what a day solar year would look like if it were divided into 13 increments or powers. What I found was that it gives much more uniform months. In a non-leap year, all months except for one are days in length — an even four seven-day weeks. And one month is 29 days. It is the number of community and life and the power to build. It is the energy of the causal plane and unlimited potential.
It fosters the paradigm shift and personal change that we need at this time in our history when we are about to emerge into a higher state of awareness. It is also the number of success and wealth, and bestows self-assurance, dynamism and expertise. As an added blessing, it is helps to promote goodness, selflessness, and a spirit of giving something back for what we receive.
These are qualities that could shift old patterns and transform our world. That said, one of the best things about the month calendar in the context of my Mystical Numerology system is this: It works! While it took some time to determine just when to start the calendar, when the starting point December 20 finally clicked into place, everything else worked.
I began testing the month calendar as the basis for interpreting birth dates in Mystical Numerology readings, analyzing hundreds and hundreds of famous people, friends and family. To my delight and surprise, the calendar gave accurate readings. I encourage you to try it, not only in Mystical Numerology readings for yourself and others, but as a calendar by which to live. Of course, as long as the accepted civil calendar is the month Gregorian calendar, it is impossible to totally unhook from it. However, I have been using the month calendar side-by-side with the Gregorian calendar now for years — and this I recommend doing!
The following chart shows the 13 months, the Gregorian Calendar dates for each month, the basic energies of each month, and the correspondence of each period with a Mayan Day Lord — which you can read more about in my book: Mystical Numerology: The Creative Power of Sounds and Numbers. To read the calendar, you will see that the days, 1—29, are shown in the first column. The months, 1—13, are shown as columns M1—M In the monthly columns are the Gregorian dates. As an example, Day 1 of Month 1 M1 is shown as Dec Day 1 of Month 6 M6 is May 9, and so on. To convert a birth date to the month calendar, locate the Gregorian calendar day, and see what day and month it is on the month calendar.
You will note that I use the Day—Month—Year format to work with dates. This is the convention that is common outside the U. Example 1: My birth date is February, It is a non-leap year, so look for the date in the first calendar. You will find it in the Month 3 M3 column across from Day 8. So, on the month calendar, my birth date is written as: 8—3— Day-Month-Year format. Example 2: Barack Obama was born on 4-August You will find August 4 in the Month 9 column M9 across from Day 3.
Birthday characteristics interpretation. Within this section there is a list with 15 descriptors related to personality evaluated in an subjective manner that best explains the profile of a person born on 7 Jan , plus a lucky features chart that aims to interpret the horoscope influence. Horoscope personality descriptors chart.
January Auspicious Days, Lunar Dates, Daily Horoscope, Zodiac, Wedding Day - Chinese Calendar
Horoscope lucky features chart. January 7 health astrology. Mineral and vitamin deficiency. Bone fractures caused by brittle bones.
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Constipation also known as dyschezia is characterized by infrequent bowel movements. Locomotor ataxia which is the inability to control bodily movements with precision. January 7 zodiac animal and other Chinese connotations. Zodiac animal details. The element for the Dog symbol is the Yang Earth. The lucky numbers related to this zodiac animal are 3, 4 and 9, while 1, 6 and 7 are considered unfortunate numbers.
This Chinese sign has red, green and purple as lucky colors, while white, golden and blue are considered avoidable colors. Chinese zodiac general characteristics. Chinese zodiac compatibilities. The Dog and any of the following zodiac animals can have a successful relationship: Tiger Horse Rabbit This culture propose that Dog can reach a normal relationship with these signs: Pig Dog Monkey Goat Snake Rat There are no chances for a strong relationship between the Dog and these ones: Ox Rooster Dragon.
Chinese zodiac career. Chinese zodiac health. A few things related to health should be in this symbol's attention:. Famous people born with the same zodiac animal.
Examples of celebrities born under the same zodiac animal are:. This date's ephemeris. Sidereal time: UTC. The soul number that rules the January 7, day is 7.