Moon Calendar Origins

However small and isolated the first groups of time-trackers may have been, the advantages of their ingenuity would eventually influence virtually all human culture, and spread to all corners of the globe.  The common global cycles of one day, one solar year, one lunar month, and the common interface of the human brain, determine a relatively similar set of calendrical models found in cultures throughout the world.

Planetary Culture of Thirteen Moons Part I: Ancient Artifacts

Planetary Culture of Thirteen Moons Part II: Superstition, Speculation, and Revolution

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