What are The 13 Moons and What Do They Mean?

The 13 Moon, 28-day calendar is a new time standard for all people everywhere who want a truly new world. If our calendar and time are erratic, artificial, and mechanized, so is our mind. In addition, a lot of fascinating things can be found on the moon that you can learn. As our minds become, so does our world, which is irregular, artificial, and mechanized. However, if the calendar we follow is harmonic and in tune with natural cycles, so will our minds, and we may be able to return to a more spiritual and in tune with nature’s way of life.

This calendar is a Sy chronometer, an instrument for measuring synchronicity because it is a perfect measure of cosmic time. When done on a daily basis, it provides us with a new perspective on events. Synchronicity is the norm in the New Age. The 13 Moon 28-day Sy chronometer is a time-space harmonic matrix. The moon takes 28 days to orbit the Earth, which it does 13 times per year. The 28-day cycle is referred to as a moon cycle because it is the median between the 29.5-day synodic cycle of the moon and the 27.1-day sidereal cycle of the moon. As a result, it is a measurement of Earth’s solar orbit based on the 28-day lunar standard. Furthermore, studying the milky way galaxy. This results in a perfect orbital measurement of 13 moons of 28 days each, for a total of 364 days, or 52 perfect weeks of 7 days each. Because the 365th day is not a lunar or weekly day, it is referred to as the day out of time – a day to celebrate peace through culture, and time is art.

The 13 Moon Calendar Basics

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The names of the 13 moons correspond to the thirteen galactic tones of creation in the 13 Moon calendar. Each of the 13 moons is rich in symbolism, and together they form a cosmic vision sequence. Every year also functions as a planetary service wave spell. Before we get into the names of the thirteen moons, consider the meanings of the Gregorian calendar’s 12 months:


The God of the Doorway


An obscure reference to a type of entrails used in a form of divination.


Named after Mars, the God of War.


Named after obscure floral goddesses of the springtime.


Also named after the obscure floral goddesses of the springtime.


Named after Juno, the wife of Jupiter.


Named after Julius Caesar.


Named after Caesar Augustus. August used to be known as Sextile, which means six,  and Augustus Caesar reasoned that if Julius had a month named after him, Augustus should have one as well. So he changed Sextile to August, which only had 30 days at the time, while February had 29, so he took the 29th day from February and added it to August, just as Julius did with July.


Means 7, Sept, but is the ninth month.


Means 8, but is the 10th month.


Means 9, but is the 11th month.


The 12th month means 10.

The meaning of each of the 13 moons in the 13 Moon calendar equates to that particular number regularity having three keywords. These are the thirteen galactic tones of creation, which together form the cosmology of movement.

13 Moon Calendar – Simple Cycles

Our planet’s upcoming new era is entirely dependent on a shift in timing frequency. The 13 Moon-28-day calendar is a simple tool that helps us raise our frequency and provides us with a new lens through which to view both our daily and planetary events. Because both the Gregorian and 13 Moon calendars have 52 seven-day weeks per year, or 364 days, the 13 Moon calendar is an ideal daily transition tool for reconnecting with the higher-dimensional order. It is easy to follow because it is labeled with Gregorian calendar dates.

The 13 Moon calendar is made up of beautifully simple cycles. The 7-day week and the 28-day moon are two examples. In contrast to the Gregorian calendar, the days of the moon and the days of the week align perfectly, week after week and moon after the moon. As a result, the 13 Moon/28-day calendar is a perpetual calendar.

Harmonic Standard: Perpetual 13 Moon Calendar

13 Moons times 28 days equals 364 days or 52 seven-day weeks. The 365th day of the year is known as the Day Out of Time; it is a day to celebrate peace through culture, time as an art form, and universal forgiveness in order for everyone to begin the new year fresh.

The small numbers at the bottom of each square in the graphic above represent the 12 Month/Gregorian calendar dates. Find the first day of the 13 Moon calendar, for example – do you see below where it says “7-26” – this is the Gregorian date July 26. Every day on the 13 Moon calendar includes the Gregorian date, so we don’t get confused during this transition period. Locate your birthday on the 13 Moon calendar now. For example, if your birthday is October 13, look for the date marked 10-13 on the calendar. It is worth noting that October 13 is the 24th day of the Electric Moon. Electric Moon is the third of the thirteen moons. This date can be written as 3.24.

13 Moon Calendar – Every Day is a Galactic Gateway

So you’ve seen just the tip of the iceberg. The 28-day cycle simplifies calculating the year. You always know that five moons from now, for example, it will be the same day of the moon and the same day of the week. You can see that even if you calculated far into the future, it would still be the same calendar year. Furthermore, as a harmonic matrix, this calendar is a perfect reflection of higher-dimensional time.

Tzolkin/Harmonic Module

This is the Harmonic Module, also known as Tzolkin by the Maya, which means holy count. This is an ideal 13:20 matrix. If you’ve studied the Law of Time, you’ll recognize that this is the perfect cycle of the 13:20 frequency of synchronization. The Tzolkin is read from left to right, top to bottom. Begin in the upper left-hand corner and count down until you reach 20, at which point the number 21 will appear at the top of the next column, and so on. Every day is made up of one of 20 symbols and 13 numbers. This results in a total of 260 seal and tone combinations.