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Above is the complete date for August 1, 2022. Usually you will only need to show part of it at a time, which will be explained in the coming pages
Below is a chart that outlines the basic structure of the calendar. There are eight units of time in the Earth Epic Calendar. Three are categorized as the Epic Time Scales, while the remaining six are categorized as Calendar Time Scales.
The Earth Epic Calendar gives the option of tracking time by either Quarters or Moons (lunar months). With Quarters, the year is divided into four roughly equal quarters tied to the year. Moons are tied to the lunar cycles, which don’t fit accurately into the solar cycle.
Click on this link for a guided tour of the calendar. or look at the chart below and choose the links yourself.
|Epic Time Scales|
|Unit of Time||Length in Years||Compared to other Units|
|Eon||250 million years||100 Geneses|
|Genesis||2.5 million years||1/100 of an Eon|
|Epoch||25,000 years||1/100 of a Genesis|
|Calendar Time Scales|
|Unit of Time||Length in Days||Compared to other Units|
|Year||365-366 days||4 Quarters|
52 weeks plus 1-2 days
|Quarter (solar dates only)||91-92 days||13 weeks plus 0 or 1 day|
|Moon (not related to quarters or the year)||29-30 days||4 weeks plus 1-2 days|
|Week||7 days||1/4 of a Moon|
1/13 of a Quarter
|Day||1 day||24 hours|
1/29th or 1/30th of a month
1/91st or 1/92nd of a quarter