Please note: This page is the description of years, months and weeks and fractions of solar day.
Spring (Vernal) Equinox.
Messiah's Time : 14 hr: 12 min: 96sec.
Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) : 16hr:57min:20sec.
Messiah's Calendar : firdDay, 19th day of Lentum month of year 13
Gregorian Calendar : Thursday, 20th March of 2014
Messiah's year goes into year 14, then.
Messiah's Lent ends on freeday 16th day of Lentum month of year 13.
Observe Penteh starting from 17th of Lentum (last month) of 13 to 02nd of Unum (first month) of year 14 as celebration of resurrection of Messiah.
- A year in modern Messiah's calendar has twenty months. Details
- They count from one to twenty.
- Their names are from a mixture of Latin, Sanskrit and English.
- Each season has five months; four months have eighteen days.
- The last month of each season is nineteen days.
- The last month of the year is twenty days.
- In leap years the last month is twenty one days.
- Year starts from the vernal equinox, first day of the Spring.
- Each season ends to a solstice or an equinox.
- Start of calendar is the midnight, 12 PM, of the Gregorian 20 March 2000. That is 00:00:00 AM of March 21st, 2000.
- Name of the months are as,
- Unum: 18 days
- Doyum: 18 days
- Sayum: 18 days
- karum: 18 days
- Pentum: 19 days
- Sisum: 18 days
- Heptum: 18 days
- Oktum: 18 days
- Nonum: 18 days
- Tenum: 19 days
- Ununum: 18 days
- Undoyum: 18 days
- Unsayum: 18 days
- Unkarum: 18 days
- Unpentum: 19 days
- Unsisum: 18 days
- Unheptum: 18 days
- Unoktum: 18 days
- Unnonum: 18 days
- Lentum: 20 days (leap years 21 days)
- Week is called a Penteh and is five days, as
- festDay (first day of the Penteh)
- fterDay (day aFTER the first day of the Penteh)
- firdDay (third day of the Penteh)
- fothDay (fourth day of the Penteh)
- freeDay (last day of the Penteh)
- All four Penteh containing beginning of the seasons, are observed as public holiday.
- Each day divides into 200,000 seconds.
- Each day divides into twenty hours.
- Each hour divides into hundred minutes.
- Each minute divides into hundred seconds.
Lent: Covers fifteen days altogether in the Lentum month. Three full Penteh ending to the festDay of the penteh that contains the
vernal (Spring) equinox. Hence, its beginning varies year to year. One should not eat whole day long between 8 o'clock and 14 o'clock, sharp, from the Messiah's Clock.
It is six hours of Messiah's clock. He can drink pure water but a little to quench thirst and freshen the breath.
Calendar Machine is not complete yet. It shows time and date in Messianic and Gregorian and it converts
Gregorian to Messianic after 2000 by entering any time and date in required field. Gregorian Week Days come automatically. Do not enter any value in that field.
- You need to have Java Runtime Environment (JRE) in your computer.
- Also, please note, your browser will ask you a permission to open the file.
- Clocks are two JAR files. You can save them safely on your computer and run them at any time.
- Clocks are set in GMT (UTC), not on any local time.
- Clocks and calendar are not calculated and designed as an astronomer should (it is somehow a daunting endeavour); therefore, has lost one day during last 13 years, or perhaps 29th February 2000 has not been taken into calculations. By emerging Java 8 that might become easier to implement
- Adjusting Gregorian Calendar with Spring equinox is rather tricky. In certain years it happens in March 20th in some other years March 21st; yet, in some other years equinox coincides with March 22nd.
Click here to open the calendar and digital clock.
Click here to open the analogue clock.
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