Although modern historical accounts state that the Roman Empire had a 12-month calendar (i.e., the Julian Calendar), an overwhelming amount of evidence which suggests that the Romans used the lunar calendar which consisted of thirteen 28-day months. Since each month is based on the 28-day lunar cycle, the Roman year equated to 364 days (+1 day), rendering the aformentioned 12-month year numerically inferior and mathmatically impossible. The word month (M+N+T) is derived from the term moon (M+N) or Minos (M+N+S) as each new month was celebrated on the "new moon".
Roman Months of the Year
Based on the the 13 signs of the Zodiac (i.e., the 13th sign being the Zodiac cross itself) and their origins in both Greek and Roman mythology, the Roman months of the year were named after celestial constalations depicted in the Cross of the Zodiac (i.e., Aries, Tauraus, Gemini, etc.) while the Roman days of the week were named after celestial bodies (i.e., the Sun, the Moon, Saturn, etc.). In the language of Latin, the Roman Numeral "VII" (7) is entitled "Septimus" which coincidentally has the same root name as the 7th month of the Roman calendar which is entitled "September". The Roman Numeral "VIII" (8), which is entitled "Octavus", coincidentally has the same root name as the 8th month in the Roman calendar which is entitled "October". The Roman Numeral "IX" (9) is entitled "Nonus" which coincidentally has the same root name as the 9th month in the Roman calendar which is is entitled "November". The Roman Numeral "X" (10) is entitled "Decimus" which coincidentally has the same root name as the 10th month in the Roman calendar which is is entitled "December".
March 31: Moon Day
A Roman holy day which confirms that Rome did in fact use a 13-month calendar is March 31, the extra day in the 13-month lunar calendar of Rome (i.e., 13 months times 28 days equates to 364 days). Therefore, it’s only fitting that the Roman anniversary of the Temple of Luna on the Aventine would be celebrated on March 31. In Roman religion and myth, Luna is the divine embodiment of the Moon and therefore March 31 represents the only day of the year in which the moon is rendered meaningless in respect to the normal lunar cycle seen on all other 364 days of the year. Therefore, this day of the year was considered so special that an entire temple and holy day were created in its honor.
April 1: Roman New Year
The first day of the Roman New Year is April 1 and their calendar starts 8 months earlier than the Gregorian Calendar which is in force throughout most of the world. The term “calendar” (C/K+L+N+D+R) essentially means the “kill or culling day of Rome" as it represents the schedule by which Rome plans their attacks, assassination, pandemics, terror attacks and wars in the underworld.
Since the Roman months of the year were relegated to astrology, 12 new months were created which represent the new home of Rome in Greeland. Similar to the signs of the Zodiac, the modern Roman months of the year are rooted in Roman mythology and numerology. Since Roman English is contructed using an algebraic form of letters that hold both a numerical value as well as litteral meaning. It is important to remember that the letters of "B" and "R" represent Babylon Rome and the "Bear" of Greenland. The following Gregorian months have been Roman letterology and can be decifered as follows:
Gregorian Calendar (12 Months):
1. January: (G/J+N+R): Named after the Roman goddess Juno, the protector of the Roman state.
2. February: (F+B+R+R): Fi or Pi (3.14) bear of Rome (Greenland is shaped like a bear)
3. March: (M+R+CH): Named after the Roman god of Mars. "CH" equates to the double-eagle of Rome (Ж)
4. April: (P+R+L): Fi or Pi (3.14) Rule (Rome rules Greenland, the Fi of Earth)
5. May: (M): In Roman mythology, the goddess "Maia" (M) embodied the concept of growth.
6. June: (J/G+Ne): Named after the Roman goddess Juno, the protector and special counselor of the Roman state.
7. July: (J/G+L): G=Green + L=Land = Greenland
8. August: (G+S+T): Greenland was likely discovered at this time of the year during reign of Augustus, hence the name.
9. September: (S+P+T+M+B+R): "Septum Bear". The septum (nose) of the bear (Geenland) was landed on by Rome.
10. October: (C/K+T+B+R): "K2 Bear" K2 is the name for a Roman military base, likely the first buidlt on Greeland.
11. November: (N+V+M+B+R): "M" switched with "N"? (Movember) When Rome moved to Greenland (Thanksgiving)
12. December: (D+C/K+M+B+R): "Duck M Bear" M=13 families or gens of Rome ducked out to hide in Greenland.
Roman Calendar (13 Moons/Months):
1st Month (Aries): April 1 — April 28
2nd Month (Taurus): April 29 — May 26
3rd Month (Gemini): May 27 — June 23
4th Month (Cancer): June 24 — July 21
5th Month (Leo): July 22 — August 18
6th Month (Virgo): August 19 — September 15
7th Month (Libra): September 16 — October 13
8th Month (Scorpio): October 14 — November 10
9th Month (Sagittarius): November 11 — December 8
10th Month (Capricorn): December 9 — January 5
11th Month (Aquarius): January 6 — February 2
12th Month (Pisces): February 3 — March 2
13th Month (Zodiac): March 3 — March 30
+ 1 Day: March 31
Aries (1st Month: April 1—April 28)
“Aries” is the 1st astrological sign and is commonly depicted as “The Ram” (R+M) which is symbolic for “Rome” (R+M). The name Aires (R+S) is derived from Eros (R+S) the god of Love in Greek mythology whose Temple of Ares is located in the Ancient Agora of Athens, Greece. April 1st is New Year’s Day in the Roman calendar and is celebrated as April Fools' Day in the underworld since the alleged fall of the Roman Empire for it has collectively fooled the masses. The sign of Aries is constructed by two ram horns which doubles as the letter “V”. The letter "V" in the Roman Score equates to the letter "B" in the English alphabet which is formed when the number "13" are joined together. Therefore, the letters V, B and M (the 13th letter) equate to the number 13 which is representive for the 13 gens or families of Rome. In Greek literature, “Ares” was the god of war, bloodshed, and violence, and a person born under the sign of Aries is known as Arian, Arians or Ariens. The concept of the Aryan Race often afflilated with Nazi Germany is rooted in Greenland as the Romans only exhibit white features and are highly genocidal towards "humans", meaning colored man. The brand known as Ram Trucks is a euphamism for "Rome Tricks" as the logo of Ram Trucks is a ram, the symbol of Aries and the Roman Empire. Lastly, Aries is one of four Cardinal signs, meaning that "Care denial" often involving mass human sacrafices are often performed during this time (i.e., assassinations, terror attacks, and wars). Ares is the first month of the year because there can only be one Rome and one true Aryan race.
Taurus (2nd Month: April 29—May 26)
“Taurus” is the second astrological sign and is commonly depicted as “The Bull” (B+L), meaning "Line of 13" or Babylon. In Greek mythology, Taurus was derived from the Cretan Bull which was later identified with Zeus. Taurus is an important object of worship among the Druids as Tauric religious festival are held while the Sun passed through the constellation. Taurus is also the name of a prestigious line of Roman Senators who were likely named after the Minotaur due to their aggressive nature (e.g., Titus Statilius Taurus, line of four Roman senators which served as Roman consul from 37 BC - 45 A.D.); Titus Statilius Taurus Corvinus, Roman consul in 45 A.D.; Taurus Volusianus, Roman consul in 261 A.D.; Taurus (consul 361), Roman consul in 361 A.D.; Taurus (consul 428), Roman consul in 428 A.D.; and Taurus Seleucus Cyrus, Roman consul in 441 A.D. The Taurus Mountains, where these Roman Senators likely originated from, is located in Ancient Greece (i.e., modern day Turkey). The bull is symbolic of humanity and its agrresive and rebellious nature against the tyranny of the Roman Empire and that's why it is routinely sacraficed in the sport of bullfighting. The bullfighter, which is generally covered in a red cape (C+P) is wearing the colors of Rome and is symbolic of Greenland, for it is known as the capstone of Earth. In economics, a bull market is associated with increased investor confidence and an upward trend in the market which is depicted by the Charging Bull statue located in New York City, the economic capitol of the world. Conversely, a bear maket is symbolic of the bear of Greenland and is indicative of the market losing value. Taurus is the second month of the Roman year because the bear and the bull symbolize the two worlds of Earth (i.e., Greenland/Heaven and the Underworld/Hell).
Gemini (3rd Month: May 27—June 23)
“Gemini” is the third astrological sign and is commonly depicted as “The Twins”, a Greco-Roman symbol which originated with the Pillars of Hercules and Columnas Plus Ultra. Aside from the fact that Gemini was the name given to the twin brothers Castor and Pollux in Greek mythology, Gemini represents the favorite number of the Roman Empire which is depicted in many forms (e.g., twins, two, 2, II, a pair, double, duece, twice, bi, co, dual, etc.). The Gemini sign evident today in the currency symbols of almost every country on Earth as well as the hundreds of Twin Towers which span the globe. Gemini (G+M+N), meaning "Greenland man", is symbolic of Romans who now reside in Greenland. The "G-Men" is a coincidentally the nickname used to describe the New York Football Giants, a professional football team in America. After all, the Romans have indeed become giants and therefore the name is fitting. Gemini is the the third month of the Roman year because Greenland is the 3rd and final home or den of the Greco-Roman Empire, which is often symbolized by the trident.
Cancer (4th Month: June 24—July 21)
“Cancer” is the fourth astrological sign and is commonly depicted as “The Crab”. Cancer (C/K+N+R), in effect means "Con Kill Rome", and is symbolic of the Roman double-cross and treachery. According to Greek mythology, Cancer is identified with the crab that bit Heracles on the foot while he was fighting the many-headed Hydra. Heracles crushed the crab and then the goddess Hera, a sworn enemy of Heracles, placed the crab among the stars.
In the Cancer photo, the (1) reprsents Greenland which is physically shaped with what appear to be two crab pinchers. The continents of Greenland (2) and Australia (3), which represent both the top and the bottom of Earth, are shaped in the form of a "6" and a "9" and are always chasing each other round and round. The crab sign is multidimenional for it represents both the number "6", "9" and 69, a favorite esoteric number of the Roman Empire. For example, the allaged nuclear attacks on Japan in World War II (i.e., Hiroshima and Nagasaki) occured on August 6 and 9, 1945, and its victims purportedly recieved "cancer" as a result of the attacks. The Tropic of Cancer contains the subsolar point (i.e., the northernmost latitude where the Sun can be directly overhead) on the June (or northern) solstice. Cancer is also one of four Cardinal signs, meaning that "Care denial" often involving mass human sacrafices are often performed during this time (i.e., assassinations, terror attacks, and war).
Leo (5th Month: July 22—August 18)
“Leo” is the fifth astrological sign and is generally depicted as “The Lion”. In Greek mythology, Leo was identified as the Nemean Lion which was killed by Hercules during the first of his twelve labours. The letter "L" represent the line, lineage or seed of the "Man" family which founded the Greco-Roman Empire and therefore must be protected at all costs. The name "Nemean" (N+M+N) translates to "No Man" or "Kill Man" as the letter "N" equates to the letter "X" in the Roman Score. The name Leo (L) is also affiliated with the Cannanite god of El (L) who is routinely depicted with lions. The symbol of Leo appears to be a human sperm as well as a twisted Omega symbol which represent the massive stone wall which surrounds Greenland from Russia to Canada, in essence protecting the lineage of the Roman Empire.
Virgo (6th Month: August 19—September 15)
“Virgo” is the 6th astrological sign and is commonly depicted as “The Virgin Maiden”. Virgo is representative of many identities, all related to maidens, purity and fertility. According to Greek Mythology, Virgo was originally associated to Dike, the Mistress of All-Divine Order and Law prior to the Olympians. Dike initially lived among mankind but withdrew (to Greenland) when the people no longer upheld justice. In the Roman Score, the letter "V" equates to the letter "B", and therefore the name Virgo also equates to "Birgo" (B+R+G), meaning "Bear Greenland". The name maiden (M+D+N) represents the den or home of the 13 gens or families of Rome. The sign of Virgo includes the month of September which means "Septum Bear", for it marks the first time that the nose of Greenland was reached by a Roman ship. Greenland is often refered to as a virgin for it has remained untouched by the rest of the world. The symbol of Virgo appears to be the letter "M" (i.e., an upside down trident) along with the symbol of a fish, a natuical sign to be sure. Greenland is the 3rd home or den of Rome, hence the three forks on the trident. Virgo is the 6th sign because the term "six" (S+X) also equates to "sex", particularly with virgins.
"Zodiac" is the 13th astrological sign and is commonly depicted as "The Cross of the Zodiac" or the Celtic cross. The cross inside a circle is coincidentally the universal symbol for Earth while the other 12 signs of the Zodiac represent the cosmos. The 13th sign has been purposely hidden since the alleged fall of the Roman Empire when 13 month lunar calendar was abandoned. The name Zodiac (Z+D+K), meaning "Zion Day Kill" and has histrically been when troops "march" off to war. The cross of the Zodiac was most recently made famous by the Zodiac Killer.
Libra (7th Month: September 16—October 13)
“Libra” is the 7th astrological sign and is commonly depicted as “The Scales”. Libra (L+B+R), means "Line of Babylon Rome" or "Lineage of the Bear", the bear referring to Greenland. In Roman mythology, "Liber" (L+B+R) was known as "the free one" and was a god of viticulture, fertility and freedom. Pronounced “Free”, Freyja was the Viking goddess of fertility and since Greenland is physically shaped like a “dome” rising above the Earth, the word “freedom” literally means “fertility dome”. Coincidentally, the Roman dome is found in the sign of Libra, for it represents the free-"dome" of Greenland. Libra is the 7th sign because in the English alphabet, G is the seventh letter indicative of Greenland. The symbol of the Libra scales is represenative of the Roman pound (328.9 g) which was also known as a "Libra". Libra is also one of four Cardinal signs, meaning that "Care denial" often involving mass human sacrafices are often performed during this time (i.e., assassinations, terror attacks, and war).
Scorpio (8th Month: October 14—November 10)
“Scorpio” is the 8th astrological sign and is commonly depicted as "The Scorpion". Aside from being a highly poisonous animal, the term "Scorpio" (S+C/K+R+F/P) means "System Kill Rome Fear/Four" and is represenative of Rome's biological and chemical weapons expertise. In Greek Mythology, the giant huntsman Orion boasted on the island of Crete to the goddess Artemis and her mother Leto that he would kill every animal on the earth (with biological weapons). Unamused, they sent a scorpion to deal with Orion. The pair battled and the scorpion killed Orion who was later raised to heavens by Zeus. So every winter, Orion hunts in the sky, but every summer he flees as the constellation of the scorpion comes. This Greek story is rooted in truth as Rome starts pandemics in the underworld, only to flee to the safety of Greenland. During the Roman Empire, scorpio was a deadly cross-bow type weapon which threw poisonous darts which were likely laced with biological weapons that ultimetly ressulted in pandemics. Coincidentally, the United Nations biological and chemical weapons team is entitled Task Force Scorpio. The symbol of Scorpio appears to be the letter "M" (i.e., an upside down trident) along with the symbol of a dart, spear or tail—a poisonous one to be sure.
Sagittarius (9th Month: November 11—December 8) “Sagittarius” is the 9th astrological sign and is commonly depicted as "The Archer" or "The Centaur". In Greek mythology, Sagittarius is identified as a centaur: half human, half horse. During the Roman Empire, Sagittarii was the term for archers while sagittariorum was the title of an infantry or cavalry unit with a specialized archer regiment. The sign of Sagittarius is constructed with an arrow along with a Roman cross. The arrow of this constellation points towards the star Antares, the "heart of the scorpion."
Capricorn (10th Month: December 9—January 5)
“Capricorn” is the 10th astrological sign and is commonly depicted as "The Goat" or "The Sea Goat". In Greek mythology, the constellation of Capricorn is sometimes identified as Amalthea, the goat that suckled the infant Zeus in a cave in "Goat Mountain" after his mother Rhea saved him from being devoured by his father Cronos. Zeus (Z+S) or "SS" is the Roman System which was saved by the mountain of Greeland before it could be destroyed by the underworld. Capricorn (C/K+P+R+C/K+R+N) means “Cap Rock Reign” for Greenland is the capstone of the Earth from which the Roman Empire reigns. The Encyclopedia Britannica states that the figure of Capricorn derives from the half-goat, half-fish representation of the Sumerian god Enki. In the Sumerian myth “Enki and the World Order”, Enki is said to have fixed national boundaries and assigned gods their roles. According to another Sumerian myth Enki is the creator, having devised men as slaves to the gods. After escaping to Greenland, the Romans divided up their empire by creating nations to play off against each other. In his original form, Enki was associated with semen and amniotic fluid, and therefore with fertility. Coincidentally, a "Zygote" is the initial cell that is formed when two gamete cells are joined by means of sexual reproduction. The symbol of Capricorn appears to be the letter "V" along with a simplistic depiction of a human sperm. The Tropic of Capricorn contains the subsolar point (i.e., the southernmost latitude where the Sun can be directly overhead) on the December (or southern) solstice. Capricon is one of four Cardinal signs, meaning that "Care denial" often involving mass human sacrafices are often performed during this time (i.e., assassinations, terror attacks, and war). Capricorn is most likely the 10th sign because the letter "R" which stands for Rome is the 10th letter/number in the Roman Score. Also, the flag of Greenland depicts the number 10 at its center.
Aquarius (11th Month: January 6—February 2)
“Aquarius” is the 11th astrological sign and is commonly depcited as “The Water Bearer” or the "water bear" which is symbolic of the bear-like shape of Greenland and the water which surrounds the island on all sides. In Greek mythology, Aquarius is sometimes associated with Deucalion, the son of Prometheus who built a ship with his wife Pyrrha to survive an imminent flood. They sailed for nine days before washing ashore on Mount Parnassus (i.e., Greenland. It's impossible to sail 9 days in the Mediteranean in any one direction and fail to find land). Interestingly, the Age of Aquarius is an astrological term denoting the current astrological age. Since Age (G) means Greenland and Aquarius (Q/K+R+S) means “Cross”, humaniy is indeed living in the "Age of the Cross" or the "Greenland Cross". Aquarius is the 11th sign because the two horizontal lightning bolts form the number "11", a favorite esoteric number of Rome. The lighting bolts are indicative of both the Viking god of Thor and the Roman god of Jupiter or Jove, both of which are depicted holding lightning bolts in their hands.
Pisces (12th Month: February 3—March 2)
“Pisces” is the 12th astrologicalsign and is commonly depicted as "The Fish". Pisces (P/F+S+C/K+S) equates to "Fasces" (P/F+S+C/K+S), and in Greece, the island of Crete is shaped like a faces symbol which is indicative of fascism—a form of radical authoritarian nationalism. The sign of Pices closely resembels the the fasces symbol for they both depict multiple sticks which are wrapped around the center by a cord. According to Greek myth and Roman legend, Pisces is associated with Venus and Cupid, who escaped the monster Typhon by transforming into fish and tying themselves together with rope or a cord. The date of the Jewish holiday known as Purim is set by the full moon in Pisces, further indicating that Jewish holidays are in fact Roman holiays.