The New Year in the thirteen moon calendar, of course, is not the same as Gregorian New Year, January 1, but is celebrated the day after the Day Out of Time, just as the Day Out of Time is the day after the 364th day of the 13 moon calendar year. The thirteen moon New Year's day, Magnetic Moon 1, occurs on July 26, Gregorian. Why is that? Originally that date was correlated to the conjunction of the sun with Sirius rising. You see, the 13-moon calendar is not just a solar-lunar orbital measure, but is coded to galactic timing cycles, most notably the Sirius cycle. Through the 13-moon calendar, the human consciousness can enter into a higher frequency, a galactic consciousness frequency. In the 13 Moon calendar the names of the 13 moons correspond to the thirteen galactic tones of creation. Each of the 13 moons is saturated with meaning and altogether they form a whole vision sequence of cosmic order. Each year also serves as a planetary service wavespell. The 13 Moon calendar synchronizes solar and galactic cycles on July 26 correlating with the star Sirius. Each of the 13 moons has a power, action, and quality which define an annual program to synchronize our consciousness with the galactic cycles. As a perfect measure of cosmic time, this calendar is actually a synchronometer, an instrument for measuring synchronicity. Followed daily, it gives us a new lens in which to perceive events. The Pyramids are also timekeepers/clocks/heartbearts of the universe. (ask me about this). The 13 Moon 28-day synchronometer is a harmonic timespace matrix. It takes the moon 28 days to orbit the Earth; it makes this orbit 13 times each year. The standard of measure is the 28-day cycle, called a moon, because it is the median between the 29.5-day synodic cycle of the moon (new moon to new moon) and the 27.1-day sidereal cycle of the moon. Hence, it is a measure of Earth’s solar orbit using the 28-day lunar standard. This creates a perfect orbital measure of 13 moons of 28 days, totaling 364 days, or 52 perfect weeks of 7 days each. Because the 365th day is no day of the moon or week at all, it is known as the day out of time. Time to wake up and break the spell.