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- Festival Cycles, Christian Feasts and the Sabbats
- A Miscellany of Festivals : Christian Equivalents for the "Sabbats" There's a number of reasons why the "Wiccan" wheel of the year and the Christian Calendar don't match. The most important is all too often overlooked. The Christian...
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- The Secret Jewish History of Leap Year
- The Hebrew calendar is a bit more complex, being a “lunisolar” calendar that simultaneously is dependent upon cycles of the moon to measure months and cycles of the sun to measure the lengths of the day and the year.
- How is Easter determined?
- Unlike many holidays, the date for Easter varies because it is determined on the basis of lunisolar cycles. That is, Easter is established by the traditional twelve-month solar calendar and the phase of the Moon.
- What Is Time and How Do We Count It?
- Today, the Gregorian calendar is the officially accepted organization of annual time for civil use in every nation in the world.
- Clock keeps ticking on calendar reform, as another leap year passes by
- Other potential options include a range of systems that modify the length of weeks (the Cotsworth 13-month plan once used by the Eastman Kodak Company), or a lunisolar version (like the modified Hebrew calendar) with a leap month. Whether or not the ...
- Pan celebrates 5th birthday after 20 years
- In the traditional Chinese lunisolar calendar, there are 13 months, or 383 to 385 days in a leap year, with a leap month.
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