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The Mayan Calendar & Concept of Time

Of all the ancient calendar systems, the Maya and other Mesoamerican systems are the most complex and intricate. They used 20-day months, and had two calendar years: the 260-day Sacred Round, or tzolkin, and the 365-day Vague Year, or haab. These two calendars coincided every 52 years. The 52-year period of time was called a "bundle" and meant the same to the Maya as our century does to us.



The Mayan Year (Uinalhaab) is 365.625 Kin. Okay but ....

Ancient principle : day;year,degree
365.625days= 365.625 years= 365.625 degrees

Synodic period Venus = 20 synodic months of type A

365.625days*1,6=585 days(Synodic period Venus)


585 days(Synodic period Venus)/1,125(ratio)/2=260
585 days(Synodic period Venus)/1,125(ratio)/1,01225/2=263,25(autumn equinox or Venus as a morning or evening star).

2*263,25(autumn equinox or Venus as a morning or evening star)+ (2*29,25)=526,5+58,5=585

2925 days/5=585 days
2925 days/8=365,625days

365,625 days / 1,5=243,75(August 31)
243,75*24=58500

585 / 1,5=390 days
585/1,6=365,625days

390 days-365,625days=24,375
24,375*20=487,5

487,5/1,5=325
325/1000=0,325

487,5-1,5=486
486/1,5=324

synchronization between calendars:

40,5 years*365,625=14807,8125

14807,8125/487,5=30,375 days


(486*30,375 days)/40,5=364,5 days ( the Patriarchs calendar)

364 days+366(leap year)=730
730/2=365(Egyptian calendar)

364 days+365(Egyptian calendar)=729
729/2=364,5( the Patriarchs calendar)

364,5 days( the Patriarchs calendar)*1,6=583,2 days(Synodic period Venus or 20 synodic months type "A")

583,2 days(Synodic period Venus or 20 synodic months type "A")/20=29,16
29,16 (synodic months type "A")*1,0125=29,5245(lunar months)

29,5245(lunar months)*12=354,294 days(lunar year)

291,6(October 19)/10=29,16(synodic months type "A")
291,6(October 19)/9=32,4

32,4*10=324(November 20)
364,5( the Patriarchs calendar)-324(November 20****)=40,5

-1763 November 20 ; Transits of Venus (Quetzalcoatl ;Tlāhuizcalpantecuhtli)
1520 November 20 ; Transits of Venus (Quetzalcoatl;Tlāhuizcalpantecuhtli )

****Tōnalpōhualli

The tōnalpōhualli , meaning "count of days" in Nahuatl, is an Aztec version of the 260-day calendar in use in pre-Columbian Mesoamerica. This calendar is neither solar nor lunar, but rather consists of 20 (veintenas), 13-day (trecenas) periods. Each trecena is ruled by a different deity

[263,25(autumn equinox or Venus as a morning or evening star)/10]*20*10/9 or 70/63=585

263,25/0,25=1053
260/0,25=1040

1053-1040=13

13*0,25=3,25

260/3,25=80(spring equinox) ,transition from the Southern to Northern Hemisphere
263,25/3,25=81(spring equinox)

260*24=6240
6240 / 325=19,2

585/19,2=30,46875(tropical month)
30,46875(tropical month)*12=365,625 ;The Mayan Year (Uinalhaab)


584,4/19,2=30,4375(tropical month)

30,4375(tropical month)*12=365,25(Julian calendar)


582,3/19,2=30,375(tropical month)
30,375(tropical month)*12=364,5( the Patriarchs calendar)


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365,625 / 3,25=112,5
112,5*360=40500

(365,625*360)/3,25=40500
6240+10=6250




81(spring equinox)-80(spring equinox)=1 day(). Earth is split along two lines — the Equator running east-west and the Prime Meridian running north-south — into hemispheres. While each hemisphere, as these quarters of the earth are called, is distinct from its peers, the north-south division caused by the Equator denotes a particular shift in terms of environment, geography, and human culture.
The Southern Hemisphere encapsulates all of Antarctica, the south of Asia, approximately one-third of Africa, all of Australia and approximately 90 percent of South America (below the mouth of the Amazon River).


360/4=9
364,5/4=91,125

4*1,0125=4,05
40*1,0125=40,5

487*30,375 days)/40,5=365,25 days(Julian calendar)

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as you can see, these are simple calculations-Best regards, rodz123

585/600=0,975
585/1,62=361,1111111111111
361,1111111111111/1,1111111111111=325
325,0000000000032 / 1,0125=320,9876543209908
320,9876543209908 * 1,62=520

520/2=260

260/3,25=80
520//3,25=160

162*160=25920
25920*100(unit of measure)=2592000
2592000/86400=30(tropical month)*12=360(ancient principle ; day,year,degree)

2592000 - 2600000=-8000
-8000*12=-96000
-96000 / 3600=-26,66666666666667
-26,66666666666667/24(hours)=-1,111111111111111

60/1,111111111111111=54
54*96000=5184000****

5184000/86400=60

360/51,84=6,944444444444444

6,944444444444444(week)*24(hours)=166,6666666666667

166,6666666666667/1,111111111111111=150
166,6666666666667*1,111111111111111=185,185185185185

5400/185,185185185185=29,16
29,16/0,96=30,375(tropical month)
30,375(tropical month)/1,0125=30(tropical month)


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Mila as a unit of measurement comes from the Latin word mille, or a thousand. At first, the word meant a thousand double steps. Later, the mileages spread in different countries and civilizations.
Land mile is 1600 m and equals 1750 yards (yard is 0.0,9142857142857143 m).

A minute of arc, arcminute (arcmin), arc minute, or minute arc is a unit of angular measurement equal to 1/60 of one degree.

Since one degree is 1/360 of a turn (or complete rotation), one minute of arc is
1/21600 of a turn – it is for this reason that the Earth's circumference is exactly 21,600 nautical miles. A minute of arc is 3,15/10800 of a radian.

3,15/10800=2,916666666666667e-4

2,916666666666667e-4*1000(unit of measurre)*1000(unit of measure)=291,6666666666667(ancient principle :day;year;degree)

291,6666666666667/10=29,16666666666667(Synodic month type "A")
29,16666666666667(Synodic month type "A")*1,0125=29,53125(lunar month)
29,53125(lunar month)*12=354,375 days(lunar year)


354,375 days(lunar year or Winter Solstice)/0,96=369,140625
369,140625/1,0125=364,5833333333333(real tropical year)

364,5833333333333(real tropical year)*1,6=583,3333333333333(Synodic period Venus)
583,3333333333333(Synodic period Venus)/1,11111111111111=525

525/2=262,5(autumn equinox)


364,5(the Patriarchs calendar)-354,375(Winter Solstice)=10,125
360-350=10


Geographical mile. The geographical mile is a unit of length determined by 1 minute of arc along the Earth's equator.
466560000=36*3600*3600
466560000/10800=43200

150000000(distanse Moon/Sun)/43200=3472,222222222222(diametr of the Moon)
3472,222222222222(diametr of the Moon)*1,008=3500(diametr of the Moon)

3472,222222222222 (diametr of the Moon)* 52,5(astronomical cubit)=182291,6666666667

182291,6666666667/1000(unit of measure)=182,2916666666667

182,2916666666667*2=364,5833333333334(real tropical year)


The geographical mile is 1/5400 the length of the equator.
(252000(the circumference of the Earth)/5400) * 157.5 = 7350
7350/1000(unit of measure)=7,35
7,35*50(moon phases)=367,5 days( Peryhelium)

(250000;the circumference of the Earth/5400) * 157.5 = 7291,666666666667
7291,666666666667/1000(unit of measure)=7,291666666666667
7,291666666666667*50=364,5833333333333(real tropical year)



(252000*157,5) / 1000=39690 km (the circumference of the Earth)
39690 km (the circumference of the Earth)/1,008=39375km (the circumference of the Earth)

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