Saturday, May 4, 2013

Miscalculation in 1st Month Calendar

Miscalculation in 1st Month Calendar

My apologies  to those of you following the calendar. It seems I have made a slight miscalculation in the 1st month calendar of the year. It's not a biggie, but I discovered it while working on next months calendar. 

The miscalculation resulted in showing a 30th day in the 1st month. While calculating the 2nd month calendar, I discovered the error. There is no 30th day in the 1st month calendar. 

This may seem a bit out of whack to some of you who hold that the first month should always be 30 days. The problem is that the astronomy doesn't lie. I have checked it several times now for both months to confirm.

2nd month calendar should be ready in a day or so. May 11 saturday will be the 1st day of the month, new moon day, which means saturdays will also be 7th day sabbaths for the 2nd month.

Here's a revised 1st month calendar eliminating the 30th day.

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