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Beschreibung des Verlags

Today's popular calendar was forced upon the people. Only after 2000 years has it been able to attain some kind of accuracy.

Before this was imposed, people lived according to other calendars. In Europe, one of these calendars was the Geltic calendar, which was modelled after the moon and the sun. It was designed for the Geltic lands and, thus, it encompassed an area spanning from the Baltic Sea to Northwest Africa.

I reconstructed this calendar based on folklore, ancient scripts, and my own experiences. The basis of the calendar is the calendar of Coligny, which is thousands of years old and was found in the Western Alps.

The calendar is wholistic and therefore incorporates nature and the stars. It also interacts with the close environment. Therefore, one can find references to gods and goddesses within it, who are reflected in rivers such as the River Severn in Britain, the Danube, the Vistula as well as the Tagus River in Spain.

The use of this calendar was persecuted by Christianity, Islam, and the Romans. However, its role over the course of time can be splendidly retraced in folklore.

The universe is made out of several worlds, known as "tirs", and these are separated into three levels. The Gelts, indigenous peoples, and other ancient peoples already had this knowledge. This wisdom was—and is—still persecuted by the Church.

I also added a global version of the calendar to this book, which is closely tied to the rhythm of the Earth.

The book is over 380 pages long and sheds light on the following topics:

The history of the calendar in Europe

Cyclic festivals, half-moon festivals, and more…

The persecution of the Geltica and the Celtic areas

The gods and goddesses who are reflected in the landscape

The rivers and mountains in Europe as well as in Northwest Africa, and their connection to the gods and goddesses

​An accurate calculation of the five-year cycle, the four seasons, and the two halves of the year

Why the idea of a "Germanic" people and a "Europe" is nothing more than an artificial construction

Many festivals, which are based on experiences and sources

The three levels: the "Upworlds", the "Middleworlds", and the "Downworlds" ​

Dragons and mythological beings​

The Rix Rigana cycle, or the "royal cycle"

​It also situates the festivals within the current, popular calendar

Includes prophecies from folklore

Includes information on several plants and their meaning​

Includes a global calendar for the Earth​

24. Mai
Shinnilos J. Brivenos