Science and Technology : How Accurate are Times, Dates, Seasons, Calendars, and Alignments?

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  1. UBNaturally

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    There are many thoughts and ideas floating abound, which makes this thread probably more broad than just a generalized theory or concept, whether from reading books or science magazines.

    From the moon sun and stars, to the perceived cycle of seasons, we have adopted, adapted to, and for the most part accepted the current systems.

    The question I have for the purposes of discovery and discussion is:

    What and when did these systems become organized and to what extent did they become accepted from groups of persons associated with them?

    There are a few threads that explore some interesting thesis on how the times have been somewhat (if not greatly) altered from previous systems of gauging seasons based solar and lunar transitions.
    Also some that would even go as far as suggesting that Thanksgiving Day is what Passover once was... and in November instead of April.


    These would seem odd and peculiar to some, but in our day and era, would it be surprising if this was the case?

    Let us explore many of these congruencies and inconsistencies, in order to gather material, information, conceptual analysis, and historical connections to find acceptable reasoning to what we use, or what we should be using for systems of alignment and seasonal transitions.
     
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    Reading through a thread that suggests Thanksgiving day and Jewish Passover may have been recognized at the same times in past history.

    When I see Abib mentioned in some writings in regards to the Passover, I ponder how November 26 correlates to it, and why it would have.

    If Abib is November, then it seems to be a conspiracy even with those that promote Judaism, Hebrew Traditions, and other associated calendar and time based systems.

    Can anyone explain this?
     
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