FIRST EVER SUPERNOVAS SEASON BEGINS! SUPERNOVAS EQUINOX LAUNCHES AN EARTH-WIDE UNITY SEASON THAT
transcends, includes and updates Spring/Autumn in the former March>
No, The Universe Story Calendar (TUSC) is not getting rid of Spring and Autumn. Yes, TUSC is educating us that March is a 2770 year old name that honors Mars, the god of War and the Roman soldiers “marching” in preparation for war. Maybe, just maybe, it is time to accurately transcend, include and update our 435 year old Gregorian calendar of 1582-2017CE to tell our New Story of The Universe. The Supernovas Season that began yesterday, the 19th, and will be with us for 92 days until Eukaryotes/June Solstice. Let us look at how we can celebrate the four seasons of Earth and the four seasons of The Universe Story along with their history’s.
With Julius Caesar falling in love with Cleopatra on his journey to Alexandria, Egypt around 48 BCE (Before Common Era) he was told of the newly discovered Solar Year by the Egyptians of 365.25 days by her. This synchronistic meeting led directly to the Solar Julian Calendar of 46 BCE and the 12 months we now celebrate each of Earth’s trip around the Sun. (This story is available in TUSCalendar book at www.theuniversestorycalendar.org). With this more accurate length of the year came the insertion of the Spring Equinox in March, Summer Solstice in June, Autumn Equinox in September and Winter Solstice in December in the Northern Hemisphere. Centuries later the Equinox’s and Solstice’s were celebrated within the calendar year in the Southern Hemisphere only they were the opposite Season and Equinox/Solstice of the Northern Hemisphere.
THE UNIVERSE STORY
In the last decades of the 1900’s science, astronomy and instruments like the Hubble Telescope gave us our present day The Universe Story of 13.8 billion years and all of the Universe Community Beings from Hydrogen to Galaxies to Supernovas to Plants and Animals including us Humans! We now know through scientific evidence that all in our Universe is connected. So, with the initiation of TUSC in 2017CE, we now are telling our New Story of the Universe through new Days of the Week and Months of the Year. Within these new 12 months are now the four new Seasons, Equinox’s and Solstices: Supernovas/March, Eukaryotes/June, Villages/Sept., Ecozoic/Dec. (Once again the full story of TUSC is available for free at www.theuniversestorycalendar.org)
THE NEW SUPERNOVAS SEASON
Within the Supernovas Season we celebrate these four new months of TUSC: Supernovas/March; Sun/April; Living Earth/May; Eukaryotes/June. These months tell the New Story from the first Supernova, possibly around 12.5 Billion Years Ago (BYA), through the existence of stars and galaxies, including our Sun around 4.6 BYA, and planets like our Living Earth 4.55 BYA and on our planet Earth living Eukaryote cells around 2 BYA. So this Season celebrates more than 10 billion years of our 13.8 billion year Universe Story!
A Supernova is a star that celebrates the transformation events of life, death and regeneration through the implosion and explosion of material and elements out into the Universe to provide for the generation ane birth of other Universe Community Beings (UCB). Through the five Existence Spiral Spectrum (ESS) transformation events of Generation, Birth, Life, Death and Regeneration that each UCB goes through new UCB’s flare forth into The Universe Story. As Carl Sagan said “ We are all made of Star stuff.” That is the result of the Supernovas ESS process that brings forth new UCB’s.
Now is our time for Months of Reality to be celebrated. Equinox’s and Solstice’s of Reality to be brought forth when meaning and value are so deeply sought after within Humanity. Is it your time to take hold of Reason and be Responsible for yourself instead of blindly following an inaccurate 438 year old calendar that still celebrates Earth as the center of the Universe and Solar System, not the Sun!
WELCOME TO OUR FIRST SUPERNOVAS SEASON IN 2020 CE (Common Era) AS WE BEGIN “THE SOARING 2020’S: HUMANITY’S GOLDEN DECADE”!
Cheers, Thomas the Calendarist