Why is 13.563 the Original Armenian Year?
The original Armenian year and the beginning of the calendar
A brief overview
The calendar has been the main means of measuring time since ancient times.
Kurms and Kings, even when being ordained, swore to keep the calculations of the calendar, and not to change or break the calendars with their will.
The Armenian Kurm Class has kept the four calendars from ancient times and has preserved them to this day.
A: The mobile calendar
B: The solar calendar
C: The lunar calendar
D: The star calendar
The Armenian faith is one of the unique systems in the world that simultaneously calculates the four calendars mentioned before. Other nations, whether they are sons of Sun or Moon, use only one of these calendars.
And today they often ask what year it is now according to the Armenian belief and when is the beginning of the calendar.
We declare that according to the Armenian faith, all four Armenian calendars originated from the Great Cosmic Series at the same time, that is, the region where all the planets were in a row, and we consider it the beginning of our religion and all other ancient religions – Egyptian, Persian, Babylonian, Indian and Assyrian calendars, regardless of which calendar system they use.
According to the Armenian belief, that date is B.C.E. 11542 that is 13562 when added to today’s 2020.
Now they will definitely say how this is proved. I will try to present it very briefly, avoiding presenting a large calendar article, I will try to address this issue in more detail during our online courses.
First, let’s establish some basics.
About one Armenian period is considered to be 1460 years, which is the difference between the 6 hours between the mobile calendar and the spring equinox, which becomes the sum of those 6 hours for a whole year in 1460 years
The Holy Mobile Calendar of Armenia turns around once in 1460 and reaches its starting point. The Egyptians call it the Year of Sotis.
And ‘‘one line’’ is 3600 years, half of which is considered to be 1805 years for calendar calculations.
Now let’s try to find the starting point of all the ancient calendars, according to calendar systems of two ancient nations, all of which originated and spread from the Armenian world.
all of which originated in the Armenian world and spread through the calendar systems of the two ancient nations.
The Egyptians, who kept the calendar according to the Star calendar and were guided by the 1460 year phases of Sotis or Hayk, which we adopted, testify that the beginning of their lunar calendar is B.C.E 1322, and the Babylonians, who kept the calculations based on the lunar calendar, were guided by the 1805 year phases of half-row calendar, the starting point of their calendar dates back to B.C.E 712.
According to chronology, all these calendar systems have started at the same time, from the same point.
Now let’s try to add 1460 to the Egyptian 1322 and add 1805 to the Babylonian 712.
B.C.E. 1332 – 2,782 – 4,242 – 5,702 – 7,162 – 8,622 – 10,082 – B.C.E. 11,542
B.C.E. 712 – 2,517 – 4,322 – 6,127 – 7,932 – 9,737 – B.C.E. 11,542
We see that all the calendar systems come and reach each other in B.C.E. 11542.
Now I will cite another fact.
The Hale comet, with its exact frequency of 76 years, passes by the planet Earth and has often been used in calendar calculations. The last time it passed by the earth in 1986.
Now, if we try to subtract 76 years from 1986, we will again reach B.C.E 11542, after exactly 178 stages.(1986+11542= 13528 ÷ 76= 178)
If we try to calculate the same with the Indian calendar, we find that the initial era of Indian Satya Yoga started in B.C.E. 11501, roughly speaking, there is only 41 years of violation.
Therefore, the Great Shar, which is considered the starting point of the Armenian calendars, coincides with B.C.E. 11542.
Adding 2020 to 11542, we get 13562 Armenian years.
In order to maintain accurate calculations for a long time, our four calendars are necessary at the same time, otherwise there will be violations in the long term.
I will talk about the details of the Armenian calendar during our online courses, the 4th group of which starts on September 21.
Kurm Harut Arakelean