Happy Samhain. Today is a European holiday commemorating summer’s end. But it was more in antiquity. It began the new year. The Bronze Age calendar, found on a rock carving of a woman, claims 13 months with exactly 28 days each and a New Year’s Day (Samhain) which doesn’t belong to a day of week nor month of year. It’s not a Saturday or Sunday, not part of the normal week and belongs to no month – it’s simply Samhain.
According to the ancient calendar, one can work backwards from the winter solstice (an observable solar event) to find the New Year’s Day occurs on October 29. October 31 is just the modern attributed date, done amongst other things to prevent Europeans from practicing their culture since Christinzation.
Midnight was actually at 9:00PM, since the sun most commonly sets in Europe at that hour. (This is why we say “night and day”, by the way.) And since each month is 28 days, all the dates occur on the same weekday each year – Oct. 28 occurs only on Saturdays, (the new day falls between these two weekend days), Oct. 30 always falls on a Sunday, and Oct. 31 belongs on a Monday, etc. Also, did you notice that today, October 29, is a Saturday? That means all the dates of the year after today will fall on the same days of the week as they did in ancient times. On leap years, Samhain actually lasts two days. European astronomy made this the most accurate calendar from ancient times.
I’ll upload a calendar template I’m working on, but I’ll add festivals and the modern holidays to show that most of what we celebrate today has been originally perverted into Christian theology since late Roman times. As part of our mission to make Europe European again (a play on Donald Trump’s slogan), we need to ignore the Gregorian calendar which is meant to keep us atheist Christians and instead observe the decree of the feminine rock carving in Bohuslan, Sweden.
Abandon the Judeo-Christian calendar today! Follow the true calendar of the European people. You can observe the year 2016-2017 since there’s no real alternative yet, but the festivals coordinated with our own calendar were the cornerstone of our religion and culture. With it, you can follow our traditional ways, practice superior morality, purify our bodies and spirits, and maintain honor. Take this first step towards the stars now!