Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Day Out of Time



Day Out Of Time

In a solar year the moon phases from new to full a total of 13 times, in 28 day periods. 13x28 totals 364 days. The 365th day of the year is referred to as the Day Out Of Time. Ancient civilizations including the Mayans, Druids, and Egyptians also used this calendar.

The Day Out Of Time marks the end of the old year and a pause before the start of the new one and it always falls on July 25th. On the 13 Moon calendar, this day is no day of the month, and no day of the week. It is inbetween the closing of the previous year (July 24th) and the dawning of the new year (July 26th).

I celebrate Christmas in this Day out of time. I'll show you the photos in a next post.


Charal said...

... habia pasado por aqui solo a ver las imágenes, no me detuve a leer. Que tan genial puede ser esto? ^^ La sabiduria del universo es única y es una maravilla saber que la dejas influir en ti! =)

lalalalalala said...

Es buenísimo... yo me enteré recién este año, pero me encantó la idea de un día fuera del tiempo :)

Charal said...

Hahahaha ^^ muy bien entonces, hacer del conocimiento una costumbre y una celebración (y) XDD