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Ancient Slavic Calendar

Daarian Circle of the Number God

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The ancient calendar is based on the 16-digit number system and divides long periods of time into Circles of Life, each with 144 Summers (years), and Summer into three seasons: Ocean, Winter and Spring. In modern chronology, the historical count is kept in centuries (periods of 100 years), and there are four seasons (spring, summer, autumn, winter). Thus, the Circle of Life consists of 144 parts (16x9), and each part corresponds to its own unique celestial rune.

The path across the starry sky of Yarila-Sun is called the Circle of Svarog (25,920 years). The Svarozhy circle itself is also divided into 16 parts, and they are called khoroms, or halls (1,620 years), which in turn are divided into 9 "halls" each.

Each Summer has its own name. Now is the summer of the "Fire (Scarlet) Scroll". To check this, according to the table, you need to add 5508 to the year A.D., and if the day of the autumnal equinox has already passed, then add 5509. And subtract 7376 if the calculation is before 2012 or 7520 if the calculation is after 2012. Let's get Summer 5. According to the table, we find that the number 5 corresponds to the Summer of the "Fire (Scarlet) Scroll".

From the Svarog Circle the Souls of people come to Earth, and when the Sun passes through a certain Hall, the connection of its light with the light of the Hall gives the power that is perceived by the Sacred Tree of the Hall, which grows on the Earth.

The Earth moves around Yarila (the Sun), rotating on its axis, and the axis moves slowly in a circular cone. At the same time, the north pole describes in space an ellipse, which is the base of this cone. This movement of the axis of rotation along a circular cone is scientifically called precession, and in this calendar it is called the Days of Svarog. As a result, the total (visually observable from the Earth) rotation of the starry sky, all 16 Halls (constellations), the axis passes in 25,920 years (180x144). Previously, there was no precession, and the axis looked strictly at the center of our galaxy.

In the center of Svarga there is the Hall of Fire – Stozhary (Svetozhary) – the Forge of Svarog itself, the Source of all That Exists. This is the summit of the World Tree, the Mer Mountain, the place of contact between our world and the Superworld, in which the Supreme Race Himself exists. In the Stozhars, the Goy Roda – the Ost of the World – pierces the World Egg of our Universe, initiating the Rotation of Svarga. These Stozhary are the essence of the Star of the North, which is now called the Polar Star, and our Forefathers called it the Sedava, the Sat Star. In Sedava's works there are star images of Svarog and Lada in human form – the Constellations, now called Cepheus and Cassiopeia. Svarog and Lada walk around the Tree of Worlds, which is entwined by its Guardian – Veles in the guise of the Fire Serpent (the constellation of the Dragon). Nearby you can also see a constellation, which some call the Bear, others call the Cow, and still others call the Deer. These are the guardians of Iria – Veles and Dazhbog. In the very center of Stozhar Svarozhikh I am the fiery image of the Little Dipper. This Ladle threw Veles into the sky, and then Kryshen..."

The Circle of the Day of Svarog describes the Galactic Time Scales (Celestial Time) and includes 180 Circles of Life. The movement of the circle, unlike all the inner circles of time, is clockwise. Each line of 180 on the outer circle encompasses 144 years. Those who tune in to the rhythms of the Universe will definitely have the opportunity to move at least once or twice from one Circle of Life to another. The current Circle of Life began in 2012 and we entered the Wolf Palace of Heaven, which will last for 1620 years (until 3632).

Yarilo-Sun enters the Hall of the "Fiery Dipper", or Zemun (Ursa Minor), being its eighth star. The Hall of Zemun is a system of stars (constellations) moving in their orbits around the center of the Hall, where an object is located, which astronomers call the neutron star 1RXS J141256.0+792204. Yarilo-Sun is part of the "triple star system". In addition, it includes the White Giant and the Brown Dwarf (Mara). One of the Brown Dwarf Earths, Nimisis (Nibiru), is often depicted as a disk with wings, having an orbital period of 3,600 years.

It takes about 223.5 million years for the Sun to complete an orbit around the galactic center, which is a galactic year, with the Sun crossing the galactic equator every 32 million years, then rising above its plane to an altitude of 230 light-years, and descending again to the equator. This oscillatory process, with a period of 32 million years, is the rotation of the Sun (in addition to rotating around the center of the Galaxy) around the center of the Hall..

The flow of the "River of Time" is the rotation of the rings of the Daarian Circle of the Number God against the salt: the rotation of 16 hours in a day, the rotation of 9 days in a week, the rotation of 9 months in Summer, the rotation of 16 years through 9 elements ("halls") in the Circle of Life, the rotation of a series of years in 16 halls (constellations) of the Svarog Circle.

One Summer contains 9 months, a month - 41 or 40 days (depending on whether it is odd or even), a day - 16 hours, an hour - 144 parts, a part - 1296 beats (36x36), a share - 72 moments, a moment - 760 moments, a moment - 160 sigs, a whitefish - 14000 centimes. Such precision is unattainable even with the most advanced modern chronometers.

There are 9 days in a week (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Sixth, Seventh, Octopus, Week). All months begin on strictly defined days of the week. For example, if the first month of a given Summer begins on a Tuesday, then all other odd-numbered months in that Summer will begin on Tuesday, and even months will begin on the seventh. That's why the calendar that we now carry in our pockets, which contains 12 different month plates, used to include only two tablets: one for odd months and one for even months.

The ancient Slavic calendar, as well as the Scandinavian or Celtic calendar, had a runic form of representation, that is, originally the names of the months, numbers, days of the week and the names of the Years were written in Runes.

A rune is not a letter or a syllable... A rune is a secret Image. The names of the months were originally indicated by Runes, and later the inscription Drop Cap was added with a brief disclosure of the semantic meaning.

The first month is denoted by a single Rune and the remaining eight months are denoted by the conjunction of two Runes, with the second Rune indicating a part of the solar cycle known to us as Summer.

Nine months:

1. Ramhat - the month of the divine beginning (41 days),

2. Aylet - Month of New Gifts (40 days),

3. Beyleth - Month of White Radiance and Peace of Peace (41 days)

4. Gaylet - Month of Blizzards and Frost (40 days),

5. Daylet - Nature's Awakening Month (41 days),

6. Elet - the month of sowing and naming (40 days),

7. Veillet - Month of Winds (41 days),

8. Heylet - the month of receiving the gifts of nature (40 days),

9. Tylet is the month of completion (41 days).

    The Circles of Years (16) pass through the natural Circles of the elements (9), so a complete Circle of Passage gives the Circle of Life.

But it is not only the Summers that are considered to be Circles of 16 years, the complete passage of Yarila-Sun through the Heavens among the stars also contains the number 16.

    Sixteen hours:

1 - Paobed (the beginning of a new day), 19:30 - 21:00 (winter time, respectively 20:30 - 22:00 - summer time; further only winter time is indicated).

2 - Vechir (the appearance of stardew in the Heavens), 21:00 - 22:30.

3 - Draw (odd time of three moons), 22:30 - 24:00.

4 - Police (full way of the Moons), 24:00 - 1:30.

5 – Zautra (starry consolation of dew), 1:30 – 3:00.

6 - Zaura (starlight, dawn), 3:00 - 4:30.

7 - Zaurnice (end of starlight) - 4:30 - 6:00

8 - Nastya (morning dawn), 6:00 - 7:30.

9 - Swaor (sunrise), 7:30 - 9:00

10 - Morning (dew calming), 9:00 - 10:30.

11 - In the morning (the way of gathering calmed dew), 10:30 - 12:00.

12 - Obestina (Mass, Joint Meeting), 12:00 - 13:30

13 - Lunch, 13:30 - 15:00.

14 - Podani (rest after meal), 15.00 - 16.30.

15 - Utdaini (the time of the end of the deeds), 16:30 - 18:00.

16 - Poudani (completed day), 18:00 - 19:30

The day ends at sunset. Therefore, the construction of the daily cycle is different: the 16th hour (the end of the day) is 19:30. At the same time, there is no such thing as "zero time" (00:00), life does not stop, does not disappear, so there is no zero hour; Let's say: the modern "0 hours 25 minutes" in this system would write "24 hours 25 minutes".

Circle of Elements:

1. Earth (black color)

2. Zvezda (purple)

3. Ogon (krasnyyj)

4. Solntse (zlatyj)

5. Tree (green)

6. Heaven (celestial or azure)

7. Okean (blue)

8. Luna (violet)

9. God (white)

The elements consistently reflect the sacred aspect of the evolution of the Universe and man, while simultaneously touching upon the essential features of the key energy centers of the body.

    Days of the week and patrons:

1. Monday, Start, Labor Day - Horse

2. Tuesday, Labor Day - Areus

3. Treateynik, otdykh, lent - Perun

4. Thursday, Labor Day - Varuna

5. Friday, Labor Day - Indra

6. Six, Labor Day - Stribog

7. Seventh, rest, fasting - Svarog

8. Octopus, (Axis of the World) Labor Day - Mercana

9. Week, rest, day of guests, gatherings, songs - Yarilo

The calendar in the left column is exactly the same as the Daarian Circle, except for some visual differences in its execution. It makes it possible to select any modern date and see its correspondence to the Daarian circle and its detailed description.


- the circle with the maximum diameter is the outer circle in which the names of halls and patrons are concentrated;- the next circle contains time runes (the name of the hour and the sequence number);- then there is a circle where the runes corresponding to the halls are indicated, these are the signs used to make amulets;- The next circle is divided into nine sectors according to the number of elements – earth, fire, sun, moon, god, star, tree, ocean, heaven. Each element corresponds to a specific day in the week and month of the year. This is the system by which our ancestors determined what the next year would be;- the penultimate circle, the fifth, represents the day of the week, the patron saint and the celestial body;- The last circle, the central one, is depicted as a star with nine rays, each ray symbolizes the channel (chakra) of a person.


The number 144 is the direct harmonic of how fast the second hand travels a 360ocircumference on the dial of a watch compared to how fast the Sun travels a 360o circumference in the sky. There are 86,400 seconds in the 360° arc of the Sun, which is one day. To obtain the amount of relative motion between 1'360° of the dial and 1'360° of the motion of the sun, we divide 86,400 seconds by the number of seconds in one degree 360° of circumference, or by one minute, or by 60 seconds.

The resulting ratio of 1440 is our present perception of time: in other words, one second of our time moves across the dial 1440 times faster than the Sun moves along the arc traced in the sky.

The Solar Cycle is a pulsation of Light, expressed through the rotation of planets and stars. Light pulsates in octaves, creating a geometry of measurements.

This becomes one of the most important points because it demonstrates a direct connection between the frequencies of light and sound – the mathematics of numbers is literally identical. Double the number 144 = 288 is the first number on the diatonic scale. Next, we can see:

- Baktun of the Mayan Calendar – 144000 Earth days;

- the main "building block" of all frequencies of sound vibrations – 144;

- the main number of light frequencies in Gematria is 144;

- Slavic hour - 144 parts, 1st part - 1296 beats, harmonica 36x36

- and, of course, harmonica 12 x 12.

Also, if we understand harmonics, we can see that the atom is also an expression of geometric vibration. This should help explain why the theoretical limit of the Periodic Table of Elements – 144 – is the harmonic of light.

Slavic astrology describes the presence of 27 lands in the solar system, some of which existed before, but are now destroyed: only fragments in the form of asteroid belts remain. These are echoes of the battles of the gods, or as the modern generation would call them, Star Wars. Some of the distant Earths, taken into account by Slavic astrology, have not yet been discovered by modern astronomical science, or (due to their remoteness) are not considered planets of the Solar System. Only the development of astronomy and cosmonautics can show how right the Slavic astronomical atlas is.

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