The mystery of the 360-day calendars

Although many people today are not aware of  this  mystery, the evidence is present in the calendars of all prehistoric cultures that years were 360 days long. One good summary of these is presented  at As presented in that summary, many thinkers have  failed to explain the reason for this apparent error but despite all of the interest no one has solved the problem. The book Miracle: The Creation of the Earth gives the correct answer to this  question.  As explained, when the life – giving planet became captured above the Himalaya , it slowed the rotation of the lithosphere on which we live, relative to the mantle immediately beneath. This resulted in the days being longer during each 14.4-year capture, but the year, as determined by the rotation of the interior of the planet during the capture periods did not change. Because the capture periods lasted 14.4 years, based on Velikovsky’s observations of two raash periods  in historical Jewish documents, the years during the releases 15.6 years were normal. In order to have a useful calendar,  ten months of 360 days were a facet of the calendar used during the capture periods but 5 days were listed at the end of the year which were only used  during the release periods  when the earth revolved independently.

Raash,  poorly translated by Velikovsky as “commotions” were one day periods when the lithosphere was suddenly moved relative to the mantle,  causing  every tectonic plate to grind against the adjacent plates around the world, the oceans overflowed the lithosphere due to its sudden slowing , and  Mediterranean and Red Sea were drawn to the Himalayas forming the Samudra known only tot the Vedic people who lived nearby..

~ by Angiras on October 7, 2023.

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