Dale Bradburn @Seekeroftruth1776
April Fools' Day history:

It is stated that it first came about in 1582, as France made the change from the Julian calendar by Julius Caesar to the Gregorian calendar by Pope Gregory XIII.

April 1st was the beginning of the year in the Julian calendar and in the Gregorian calendar it begins on January 1st.

Therefore, anyone who still celebrated the New Year in the last week of March until April 1st was laughed at and called "April fools."
11:24 AM - Apr 01, 2023
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01 April, 12:38
In response Dale Bradburn to his Publication
A different version of when the New Year starts. This makes sense to me.

"12/21/12 is NOT the end of the Mayan calendar; it is the end of one calendar and the start of a new calendar: the time of new beginnings."

“And I would like to say that according to the Mayan calendar the 21st of December is the end of the non-time and the beginning of time.

It is the end of the Macha and the beginning of the Pacha.

It is the end of selfishness & the beginning of brotherhood.

It is the end of individualism and the beginning of collectivism…

The end of hatred and the beginning of love.

The end of lies and the beginning of truth.

It is the end of sadness and the beginning of joy.

It is the end of division and the beginning of unity.”


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