BC AYN 3113
Annual Report beginning:
January 1 (GongLi 公曆, 3114 BCE) Gregorian calendar.
- 1 Ecclesiastical Lunar New Year
- 2 See also
- 3 References
- 4 Notes
- 5 External Links
Ecclesiastical Lunar New Year
Egyptian Civil Lunar New Year
BC AYN 3113 (31°13′E: GIZA) or 3114 BCE (GongLi 公曆) proleptic Gregorian calendar, August 11: “….Ra, the Great God, pointed an accusing finger at Thoth; the accusation directly concerned changes in the calendar: Thoth, Ra accused, “their years cut short, their months had curbed.” This Thoth had achieved by “the destruction of hidden things that were made for them.” “....The outcome could have only meant a switch out of the longer solar year to the shorter lunar year Egyptian calendar; the “making of the great (כגדול) into small (כקטן).”
Since “....it is clear by the Nahuatlan and Mayan legends that Quetzalcoatl; Kukulkan in Mayan lore had come to their lands with a small band of followers, and that Quetzalcoatl/Kukulkan’s eventual departure was a forced departure - an exile imposed by the War God. Zecharia Sitchin indicates that Quetzalcoatl/Kukulkan as Thoth whose arrival was also the result of a forced departure, an exile, out of Thoth’s native land, Egypt. The date of that first event is a vital component of the Mesoamerican counts of time.
1st/5125.362 (days: 1,872,000/365.2425 average Gregorian year) proleptic Gregorian calendar years (5200 tropical solar degrees years) until AD 2012, December 21 using the Goodman Martinez Thompson (GMT) correlation constant of 584,283 days and the beginning of the National Underworld.
Quantum Numeral Long
QNL 22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199.0.0 in the quantized numeral long (QNL) 10 positional notations (PN) system with hablatun Era specificity equivalent to: QNB 0.0.0.0.0 in the 5 digit positional notation (PN) quantized numeral baktun (QNB) era specific system functions as a zero event marker used as a frame of reference for the beginning of a time-line sequence of events. Positional notation or place-value notation is a generalization of decimal notation to an arbitrary base, in the case of Maya numerals a vigesimal base-20 numeral system used by the Pre-Columbian Maya civilization. Selecting this particular baktun era specific 5 digit positional notation (PN) out of the quantized numeral long (QNL) extended 10 positional notation (PN) system establishing a (sub-) zero event marker.
Quantum Numeral Baktun
QNB 0.0.0.0.0 (TDN), 4 Ajaw (HMN) 8 kumku (CR MLC):, August 11 (GongLi 公曆): the Baktun era date in 5 digit notation is the beginning of 5125.362 (Gregorian) years or September 6 in the Julian calendar concluding AD 2012, December 21 and the equivalent of the beginning of the 1st morning (בקר) of the 1st/7 Biblical days of Genesis 1:5, the 1st/13 Heavens and first Baktun in the National Underworld beginning in BC AYN 3113, the beginning of the Mayan Calendar. C.f. the 1st evening (夕) of the 1st/7 Biblical days of Genesis 1:5, the beginning of the 13th/13 Heavens and last Piktun of the Regional Underworld in BC AYN 5873 roughly coinciding with the first Ubaid period in Mesopotamia.
QNB 0.0.0.0.0 4 Ajaw 8 kumku begins Day 1; “heaven 1/13 baktuns” (בקטנה) of the Maya Mesoamerican long count calendar of 256.25 years whose ruling deity (concept) of fire and the year is Xiuhtecuhtli (סיוכ-תכחת-לי) with the Hebrew semantic meaning of “my appointed (time) container of correct (fire) power,” and the Mayan significant meaning of “turquoise or fire (Xiuh) lord (tecuhtli)” and for the Mayan symbolizes “sowing,” and in the Universal Syphers™ corresponds with the binary decimal numeral:
Quantized Asset Class
65/128 FuXi-MingCheng/KingWen (伏羲-名稱/文王) quantized numeral kairos (קערות) temporally discrete class or period of KunGua (坤卦) significantly meaning “field or earth.” QNB 0.0.0.0.0: Mayan long count’s (MLC) zero or base date of the specific baktun Era. In this case the baktun era specific window encompasses both the starting date for the baktun Era of 0.0.0.0.0 as well as the ending date of 0.0.0.0.0 equivalent to the date period ending Quantized Numeral Baktun (QNB) 188.8.131.52.0 concluding the baktun Era specific period.
The beginning of the baktun era specific Quantized Numeral (QNB) of 0.0.0.0.0 corresponds with dates of the Tzolkin (צול-קין; “get shadowing”) day sign of 4 Ajaw (איו; Nahuatl: Xochitl; flower) which is the 4th/13 trecena numerals and the 20th/20 day-kin; lord or sun. The Haab (העב); “month” and cycle 8 Kumku of the Tzolkin calendar round (CR) signifies the 9th day of the 18th/18 months Kumku; “granary.”
The Haab (העב) comprises 18 months of 20 days each, plus an additional period of 5 days which are nameless days, a kind of 19th month of 5 days at the end of the year known as Wayeb or Uayeb (ואיב; Aztec: nemontemi). Wayeb (ואיב) is similar to the 5 extra days used in the Egyptian calendar called epagomenae (Greek; επαγομεναι).
The Haab (העב) day numerals began with a glyph translated as the seating of a named month, which is regarded as day 0 of that month equivalent to day 20 of the month preceding the named month. Following the 5 day period of Wayeb is the first day of the Haab New Year; the seating (כפופים) of 0 Pop (mat). This was followed by 1 Pop, 2 Pop ... 19 Pop, Seating 0 Wo, 1 Wo and so on.
Haab New Year
QNB 0.0.0.0.1: the 1st/20 kin-days with the Tzolkin day signs (TDS) of 5 (trecena) Imix and 9 kumku, the 10th day of the 18th Haab (העב) month equating to August 12th in the proleptic Gregorian calendar, the next day after QNB: 0.0.0.0.0; August 11th.
QNB 0.0.0.0.12: the 12th/20 kin-days with the day signs (TDS) of 3 Eb 0 Wayeb; the 1st/5 days of the Wayeb intercalary month equating to August 23rd in the proleptic Gregorian calendar.
Although the 5 Wayeb (ואיב) days occur after the 20th day of the 18th Haab month, 3 Eb 0 Wayeb is also the 1st/365 days of the Mayan Haab New Year.
The 365 day Mayan Haab calendar in some circles can be referred to as an Annus Vagus; “wandering year” calendar since similar to the ancient Egyptian calendar which also had a 5 day intercalary month (epagomenae) inserted in the year, the Mayan Haab 365 day calendar was almost a quarter of a day shorter than the solar year thus apparently incurring wandering or drift.
The original ideal of the Egyptian New Year is based upon dividing the year centered upon the winter solstice into 3 parts; 365.2424 solar days, the average interval of the vernal equinox to vernal equinox or winter solstice to winter solstice as in this case. Then dividing by 3 the solar year into 3 equal seasons of 121.666… days each centered upon December 21st and then minus 4 months and plus 4 months yielding the 1st/3 Egyptian seasons of Akhet (אחת; sister); “inundation” beginning August 22nd as the 1st day of the 1st Egyptian month of 1 Thoth (תחת); Thoth the Egyptian New Year, concluding on December 21st the season of Akhet, and the 2nd/3 Egyptian seasons of Peret (פרת; fruit); “growth” or “winter” beginning December 22nd and concluding April 23rd and the 3rd/3 Egyptian seasons of Shemu (שמו; name or heaven); “harvest” or “summer” the remaining last third of the Egyptian year.
By this method the 1st day of the Egyptian New Year is always known and fixed; not apparently wandering or drifting. The Ancients knew this simple math as there is a multitude of temples and monuments in Egypt attesting to such knowledge of the solstices and equinoxes. The ancients used the consecutive day counts to commemorate a significant past event in memoriam e.g. the installing of a king or pharaoh, in this case the date of the ascension of Pharaoh (פרעה) Menes.
Those classes, masses and workers who attempt to comment about the apparent so-called wandering or drift of a 365 day consecutive continuous counting system are only imitating an external numerical machination without reverence or reference to the original holistical context of the overall Egyptian feudal cultural civilization to which this event marks the beginning of the installment of the 1st dynasty of Egypt.
1st/7200 tzolkin cycles of the Maya calendar of 260 days each, the product of the previous being the source code for 5200 tropical solar years of 360 degrees each; 1,872,000 days or kin.
1st/5200 tropical solar years, with each year taking the same time period of vernal equinox to the next vernal equinox, or summer solstice to the next summer solstice.
1st/400 tropical solar years of heaven 1/13 baktuns (בקטנה) begins. 1st/52 years of the Calendar Round; “18980 days” = 260 Tzolkin days X 365 Haab days beginning BC AYN 3113, August 11.
1st/7200 tzolkin days of the 1st/20 katuns; 20 tropical solar years or 19.71 Gregorian years
715th/912 years of Seth (שת) the third son of Adam.
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