Amidst Pandemic: Is 1 Jan Really the New Year?

I know this is the day everyone sends out New year messages of joy and happiness. Unfortunately it will be entirely wrong to say Happy Pandemic! It is no time to be happy when so many millions suffer and a few trillions of innocent animals continue to die each year with no change in status quo despite the pandemic’s crucial connection with the gigantic evil of animal exploitation. (my spirit team and masters ask me to emphasise this point)

But is the New Year 2021 date, 1 January, precisely the New Year? According to whom? And why?

The first clue we have is in the naming of the months. September is the 7th month as the term Septa (latin) or Sapta (sanskit) indicate. October is the 8th (octo or ashta) month, November the navam or ninth month in sanskrit and December the dasham or 10th month. This perhaps means that January and February should ideally be the 11th and 12th months. In most of the world March and the beginnings of spring are logically associated with new beginning, rebirth of earth, return of fertility and the planting season for crops, and worthy of being celebrated for that reason. The fact that the sun enters the first zodiac sign Aries in that month of March (named after Mars that is lord of the Aries zodiac) is a big giveaway of why it should be the new year month. Infact in many parts of the world even to this time, the middle of March is when the New Year date is celebrated, especially across many parts of India which explains the Sanskrit roots of the above mentioned names of calender years. In some other cultures such as Chinese, the New year could be observed earlier for example in February due to seasonal variations in each part of the planet. The southern hemisphere may follow a different logic.

The calender that is popularised all over the world today is the Gregorian calender that is an adaptation of the Julian calender and we all know that the Julian calender was implemented by Julius Caeser in 45 BC and made January instead of March the first month to specially honour birth of the martyr Jesus Christ. The much older Hindu calender has an accurate calculation of the solar year along with the lunar cycles making it wonderful for astrology and astronomy (using the accurate sidereal Vedic system) and helps easily locate the monthly transits of the sun in each of the 12 zodiacs as well as marks the equinoxes and solistices very well as explained in this educational article linked herein.

We all have heard of proposed changes to a newer calendrical system that is simpler to follow than the common and erroneous Gregorian system that requires adjustments. The church opposes any changes to the monthly calendrical system as it firmly believes a change in calendrical system will disturb the worship or sabbat day of Sunday followed since the past – as if their deity has specially invented a calender to command us to worship ‘Him’ on specific calendrical dates in the tablets of Moses. Quoting the Bible, Exodus 20:8-11 Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy. Six days you shall labor, and do all your work, but the seventh day is a Sabbath to the Lord your God. On it you shall not do any work, you, or your son, or your daughter, your male servant, or your female servant, or your livestock, or the sojourner who is within your gates. For in six days the Lord made heaven and earth, the sea, and all that is in them, and rested on the seventh day. Therefore the Lord blessed the Sabbath day and made it holy.

How can it be that the supposed creator of universe has instructed people to worship him on specific days of the week as per conformity to a specific Gregorian (by Pope Gregory) or its earlier Julian version by Caeser very strictly? It could only be if the said rigid religion and Bible were specifically designed or altered to cater to Julius Caeser’s established empires and his successors so that human beings confirm to authorities obediently. In other stanzas from the Bible in the context of encouraging taxation by government, Matthew 22:21 Jesus said “Bring Me a denarius to inspect” and asked them “Whose image is this, and whose inscription?”, “Caeser,” they answered. Then Jesus told them, “Give to Caesar what is Caesar’s, and to God what is God’s.”  The modern calender of Gregorian and Julian origins has introduced names such as July, presumably to promote Julious Caeser and emperor Augustus to a stature comparable to Roman deities such as Janus, Mars, Maia and Juno upon whom the months of the year were named after in the western calender.

All over the world there are different New Year dates for various world calenders, all developed by humans, differently as per their zone and usually lunar calenders that also mark the solar shifts of solistices. Ancient lifestyle and traditions in contrast were lunar based. The cycles of the moon were naturally used to mark the passage of time in the ancient world since millenia. This National Geographic story mentions the world’s oldest calender discovered that is 10,000 years old in UK in Aberdeensire also marks the lunar phases along with a calibration of the solistices to align with solar year.

The advent of civilisation, or Sanskriti (sanskrit term for civilized culture) has some connections with cycles of nature. The switch from primitive hunting to more refined methods of agrarian cropping (plant based) food production and lifestyle marks human evolution in a big way. A calender that marks the seasons such as the Hindu calender wherein each and every month is named after the weather changes is hugely helpful to farmers who rely upon rainfall and periodic changes of circumstances. Prophecies through the astronomical observations are also key to the development of intellect, intuition and magic which should ideally be a strong parameter of human evolution.

Sanskrit could well be the mother of many other languages with similar words such as: Matr as sankrit for mother (mater in Latin), Pitr as sanskrit for father (Pater in latin), Bhratra as sanskrit for Brother (Frater in latin) and Sahyadri as sanskrit for Sister (Soror in latin) to denote the family tree. The celestial ‘all father’ deity Shiva of Hindu mysticism has his name and characterstics in striking resemblence with Jeovah of Western faiths, while the solar animal-herder semi-avatar on earth, Christ with Krish.

While the current system has us believe that we are all separate continents with unique patterns of beliefs, cultures and traditions, the truth is we might all be adherents of a pre-vedic faith (my spirit team insists it is pre-vedic) and a magical (paranormal as described by my spirit guides and channeled herein) astrological culture. Our Sanskriti based on the celestial bodies and natural seasons since the dawn of our civilization is long forgotten and tampered with (my spirit teams sends us this message) due to the British empire and its mental control over the majority of the world.

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