The Pagan Calendar



The original calendar given by God at creation and to Moses at Mount Sinai was lunar-solar. Read Lunar Sabbath Truth to learn more. The calendar began to make changes in Babylon and continuing through the following empires of Medo-Persia, Greece, and then Rome. Most interesting is that the Romans observed an 8 day week called the nundinal cycle which destroys the concept of an unbroken cycle of weeks from creation by Saturday Sabbath keepers. These days were marked using nundinal letters from A to H. The earliest form of the Roman calendar is sometimes said to have included exactly 38 such cycles, running for 304 days from March to December before an unorganized expanse of about 50 winter days. The length of the Julian calendar, however, was not evenly divisible by 8. The Julian calendar, proposed by Julius Caesar in 46bc was a reform of the Roman calendar. It took effect on January 1, 45bc by edict. As a refinement of the Julian calendar came the Gregorian calendar introduced in 1582ad by Pope Gregory XIII. The Gregorian calendar is the most widely used civil calendar in the world today. Read Prophecy Made Simple to learn more about how the Popes of Rome are the seat of the Antichrist. So if the Antichrist has made a calendar that the whole world follows, and everything associated with it is pagan in its names, then something has gone horribly wrong. We need to take note of what is happening here and be aware of who we are following after and obeying. 

Months of the Year:
January - this month is in honor of the god Janus. It was originally the 11th month.
February - this month is in honor of a pagan Roman festival of purification. It was originally the 12th month.
March - this month is in honor of the god Mars, the Roman god of war. This was originally the 1st month.
April - this month is in honor of the Greek goddess of love, Aphrodite. The latin aprilis indicates a time of fertility. Pagans worship the goddess of fertility.
May - this month is in honor of the Roman goddess Maia, a deity of growth and increase.
June - this month is in honor of the goddess Juno, the wife of Jupiter, also known as the Queen of Heaven.
July - this month is in honor of the Roman emperor Julius Caesar. 
August - this month is in honor of the Roman emperor Octavius Augustus Caesar.
September - septem means 7 as this was originally the time of the 7th month.
October - octo means 8 as this was originally the time of the 8th month.
November - novem means 9 as this was originally the time of the 9th month.
December - decem means 10 as this was originally the time of the 10th month.

Days of the week:
Sunday - this day is in honor of the sun god. It is the day of the sun, or the Sun's day.
Monday - this day is in honor of the moon goddess. It is the day of the moon.
Tuesday - this day is in honor of the Norse god of war, Tiu, or Tyr, the son of Odin, or Woden.
Wednesday - this day is in honor of the chief Norse god Odin, or Woden.
Thursday - this day is in honor of the Norse god of thunder, Thor, who is the oldest son of Odin.
Friday - this day is in honor of the Norse goddess Frigg, She is the goddess of darkness, goddess of the sky, and goddess of love. She is the wife of Odin.
Saturday - this day is in honor of the Roman god Saturn. It is the day of Saturn, or Saturn's day. 

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