BC AYN 8697
Annual Report (AR) beginning:
January 1 (GongLi 公曆, 8698 BCE) Gregorian calendar.
Ecclesiastical Lunar New Year
The last year of the Astrological Age of Leo is the only year that exists for the 432,000 year period to occur with “Enki (ענקי) arriving in the mathematical Astrological Age of Pisces” at the beginning of the 432,000 (BC AYN 440,696) years period and for “Ziusudra and the Sumerian deluge to occur in the mathematical Astrological Leonian Age]” ending the 432,000 years period of 120 shar orbital periods.
Mathematically 432,000 years is 16 Great years (25,920 years each) and 8 mathematical Astrological Ages (2160 years each) and because of this no other mathematical solution exits. Changing the year by adding or subtracting a single year or more will result in going outside of the parameters of “Enki (ענקי) arrives in the mathematical Astrological Age of Pisces” 432,000 years (BC AYN 440,696 to and including BC AYN 8697) previously and “Ziusudra and the Sumerian Deluge to occur in the mathematical Astrological Age of Leo.”
36,000th/36,000 (600th/600x60 years each): years ends the Age of the Sumerian species “HaNoah” (הנוח), and the total of 1656x60 years: 99,360 years since BC AYN 108,056 (including BC AYN 8697).
3600th/3600 years of the 120th/120 shar (שר) and the end of the originally recorded Age of Kali Yuga: 432,000th/432,000 years. An Age of Kali Yuga equals 1 Charana (講講; “doctrine:” こうろん, כרן; “lyre”).
120 shar symbolically represents monetarily a 120 talents (ככרים, of gold) of 3600 shekels (שקלים) or 6 minas (מנות, 6 Yao: 爻 line strokes) each, symbolically representing the 3600 years of each shar, all for a total representing the Age of Kali Yuga. The Babylonian and Sumerian system is 60 shekels in a mina: (מנה: maneh) and 60 minas (מנות) in a talent. By the time of Ur-Nammu (see BC AYN 2003), the mina had a value of 1/60th of a talent as well as 60 shekels.
The beginning of the 2nd mathematical shar (שר) orbital period since the end of the Age of Kali Yuga in BC AYN 8697 is the 1st/3600 years of the mathematical orbital period of Nibiru in BC AYN 5096 with the appearance in the 941st/3600 years occurring in BC AYN 4156 with the next appearance occurring in BC AYN 556. Tha same mathematical orbital period repeats infinitely backward and forward.
The major arcana Tarot of The Hung Man is attributed the celestial counter-part of Nibiru (נעבירו); the "planet of crossing" (astrological symbol for the earth is a circle, representing the planet with a cross) covering the Gregorian calendar period of time of March 12 through March 31 equivalent to 80° through 99° degrees of the compass circle of a tropical solar year and consistent with the ancient calculation of the orbital period of Nibiru (נעבירו) of 3600 years or 1 Shar (שר) of which the appearance of Nibiru (נעבירו) occurs in the 941st/3600 years of the orbit period of Nibiru (נעבירו) which is mathematically within the 80° through 99° degrees of the compass circle through the calculation of 941/3600 = .2614 X 360 = 94.1° degrees and using true north of 0° degrees of a compass circle 94.1° degrees equates to March 25 in the Gregorian Calendar nearly due east of 90° degrees and just slightly after the vernal spring equinox.
Day of Brahma
4,320,000,000th/4,320,000,000 years and the last year of last night of the day of Brahma began in BC AYN 4,320,008,696, and also the end of the 2,000,000th mathematical Astrological Age (2160 years each) since then.