New MMG Goddess New Year Y111 on 2017-03-26

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New MMG Goddess New Year Y111 on 2017-03-26

Ryan

I’ve been referencing the MMG Goddess Lunar calendar and today Sunday 2017-03-26 (Gregorian) is New Year’s eve on the said calendar. Maria 29th, Y110 ([1]110-13-29 (or 0110-13-29 if you omit cycles) Goddess) as it’s nearing Y111 as the Goddess New Year falls on Monday 2017-03-27 (Gregorian), 0111-01-01 ([1]111-01-01) (Goddess). I don’t know what time does the day start on the Goddess Lunar calendar but Ima assuming the day starts at midnight (ie 00:00, 12:00 AM) whereas the Yerm Lunar Calendar start the day at midday.

 

Hope you have a Happy New Goddess Year.

 

Ryan M. Provost

Tilbury, Ontario, Canada

RDK 3000-Tristar

@RDKTSR

 

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Goddess vs Harappa calendar Re: New MMG Goddess New Year Y111 on 2017-03-26

Brij Bhushan metric VIJ
Rayan Provost, sir:
>ONE Tithi=No.of days in 896->years/No.of Tithi in (11082 >moons *29 1/2) or >1+338/326919 days, in my >896-years. This fits in 896->years, 834-years & my 19->years 'harappa-tithi' cycles.    
Is this yet another 'attempt' to demonstrate closer relation to my Tithi working for Indo-Saraswati basin 'time keeping by count of lunar moon' duration'. Karl's lunar goddess calendar, perhaps had similar results. 
From "exactness" of my 19-year calculation of *tithi* value discussed with the list, I point again: 1 Tithi=1 335/326919 day=1.001024718661197 d x 6932 1/2 Tithi =6939.603862118751 days=19.0000061811592years.
In my posts of between 2010-14 or so, my linking 19/years; 33-years/12053 Days attained some controversy, along with historiography of 19-year cycle, I demonstrated this to belong to Indus culture but *called and known as 19-year Metonic cycle*, is claimed by my calculations via 966/965 day; now perfected to this new Tithi=No.of days in 896-years/ No. Tithi in (11082 moons x 29 1/2) i.e 327257/326819 day - only the last (11082nd) lunation may have an extra/adhika Tithi in making my 896-years, a perfect lunisolar cycle!
400-year cycle may have distribution as: (12x33+4)years
and (21x19+1)years; and 896-years=(27*33+5) & (47*19+3) to fix dates like Easter or Samkranti - start of New Year!
Regards,
Author, Brij-Gregorian Modified calendar.                       Sunday, 2017 March 26H15:49(decimal)

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On Mar 26, 2017, at 2:26 PM, Ryan Provost <[hidden email]> wrote:

I’ve been referencing the MMG Goddess Lunar calendar and today Sunday 2017-03-26 (Gregorian) is New Year’s eve on the said calendar. Maria 29th, Y110 ([1]110-13-29 (or 0110-13-29 if you omit cycles) Goddess) as it’s nearing Y111 as the Goddess New Year falls on Monday 2017-03-27 (Gregorian), 0111-01-01 ([1]111-01-01) (Goddess). I don’t know what time does the day start on the Goddess Lunar calendar but Ima assuming the day starts at midnight (ie 00:00, 12:00 AM) whereas the Yerm Lunar Calendar start the day at midday.

 

Hope you have a Happy New Goddess Year.

 

Ryan M. Provost

Tilbury, Ontario, Canada

RDK 3000-Tristar

@RDKTSR

 

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Re: New MMG Goddess New Year Y111 on 2017-03-26

Karl Palmen
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Dear Ryan and Calendar People

 

I think the calendar Ryan is referring to is the McKenna-Meyer Goddess Calendar at

http://www.fractal-timewave.com/mmgc/mmgc.htm

 

The calendar is pure lunar calendar where each lunar year has 13 months. The page does state that the calendar dates begin at midnight in the second sentence of the second paragraph of the second section. It is not until the third section concerning the average month that we get the rule determining the number of days in each year. Most years have 384 days obtained by giving 30 days to the odd-numbered months and 29 days to the even-number months. Just over 1 in 10 years has to be 1 day shorter to make the calendar accurate. The MMGC does this by making each year whose number is divisible by either 10 or 235 one day short, so forming a 470-year cycle.

 

I’ve pointed out to the creator of the calendar that it would be more accurate if 235 were replaced by 205 or 215, so producing a 410-year or 430-year cycle respectively instead of a 470-year cycle.

 

My personal preference is to group the years into jubilees of 49 years 5 short or 39 years 4 short within which the short years occur once every 10 years and so have numbers ending in the same digit. The first short year of a jubilee would occur 9 years after the last short year of the previous jubilee. Such a calendar would have lower jitter, but not as low as my yerm lunar calendar. The 470-year cycle would break into two 235 cycles each of four 49-year jubilees and one 39-year jubilee. The 410-year & 430-year cycles would have a majority of 39-year Jubilees also in two cycles of five jubilees.

 

I note that this New Year is a little early and this may be because the previous year was a short year (110).

 

 

Also one advantage of a 13-month lunar calendar is that it is easy to reckon the season; One can define a solar calendar where the year has 12 solar months of 31 dates. One date is skipped at the end of each 29-day lunar month and an additional date is skipped at the end of each lunar year. Within each lunar year, the first date of each solar month moves one day later in the lunar month, unless at the end of the lunar month. Each lunar year has 391 solar dates (including skipped dates) = 1 solar year and 20 dates. The calendar would follow a cycle of 391 solar years to 372 lunar years (= 403 lunar years of 12 months).

 

If today is Solar Month 1 date 8 ,then the solar calendar dates of the MMG new year days would be,

 

111: solar month 1 date 8

112: solar month 1 date 28

113: solar month 2 date 17

114: solar month 3 date 6

115: solar month 3 date 26

116: solar month 4 date 15

 

Karl

 

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From: East Carolina University Calendar discussion List [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Ryan Provost
Sent: 26 March 2017 22:27
To: [hidden email]
Subject: New MMG Goddess New Year Y111 on 2017-03-26

 

I’ve been referencing the MMG Goddess Lunar calendar and today Sunday 2017-03-26 (Gregorian) is New Year’s eve on the said calendar. Maria 29th, Y110 ([1]110-13-29 (or 0110-13-29 if you omit cycles) Goddess) as it’s nearing Y111 as the Goddess New Year falls on Monday 2017-03-27 (Gregorian), 0111-01-01 ([1]111-01-01) (Goddess). I don’t know what time does the day start on the Goddess Lunar calendar but Ima assuming the day starts at midnight (ie 00:00, 12:00 AM) whereas the Yerm Lunar Calendar start the day at midday.

 

Hope you have a Happy New Goddess Year.

 

Ryan M. Provost

Tilbury, Ontario, Canada

RDK 3000-Tristar

@RDKTSR

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

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