Lizzy MJax @DizzyLizzy
Here is what we know... 👇👇

AUGUST known as SEXTLIUS w/is "Sixth" month Roman calendar. =6

SEPT is from the word SEPTEM w/s is =7

Hmm... it's getting interesting.

OCT clearly from OCTO w/c is=8

NOV is from NOVEM w/c is=9

DEC latin word DECEM w/c is=10

So, the etymology of months is pretty clear.

It is obvious that once again we have been lied to.

Of course we would never celebrate the BIRTH of a new year in the DEAD of winter. We would most likely celebrate when nature starts to bloom (say spring?)

A woman's menstral cycle is 28 days. If we take 365 days and divide it by 28 we get 13 months plus one extra day.

Therefore, we should have a 13 months

FYI the 13TH month calendar was being used by the Egyptians, Polynesians, Maya, Inca, Lakota, and Cherokee. Even the Celtic Druids used a 13 month calendar tree... some as far back as 6,000 years ago! Pre-dating Jesus Christ.
07:16 PM - Apr 01, 2023
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Tmaga Amaga @Tag456
01 April, 09:23
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