This panoramic view of the center of our Milky Way Galaxy is at a radio wavelength (color) of approximately 1 meter


What is Galactic Time?

Why Galactic time?

How Galactic time?




How Galactic Time?

When Julius Caesar introduced the new calendar in 45 B.C. the old lunar calendar was abolished. On itself the calendar was conceived beautifully transposing the division of the lunar calendar to the solar year. But actually the roman empire dropped out of the consciousness of the moonrhythm and thus lost touch with its roots of conditioning. Instead of an expansion to the complete of the reality of time adding the respect for the sun to the already existing moon-culture, it became a repression of the moonrhytm by the sunrhythm. Both rhythms are correct in themselves, but the natural consciousness of knowing the difference between the old conditioning of the moon and the new one to the sun, was not achieved.

In 425 A.D. the roman empire fell after centuries of corrupt emperors like Nero and Caligula, overtaken by the barbarian forces who managed... a mooncalender. At that time at the onset of the christian era the julian rhythm of the solar weekorder was repressed with the commercial/religious order of the present weekorder, which introduced linear time estranged from the natural dynamics of time one formerly respected. This linear time later culminated in our present standard time of linear management and is purely political of nature in its implementation.



  In the eight century Islam came about countering the then troublesome progressing christian culture which had lost touch with the classical roman and greek culture. Plato was abolished as heretic and many old sciences were forgotten. The roman sundial (the cupped one of the Babylonian Berosos from 500 B.C.. ) was abolished and replaced with the ancient flat one giving regular hours but with with one lost sight of the times of sunset and sunrise. Islam adhered to a purely lunar calendar and prayertimes to the position of the sun and tried to conquer Europe. They defeated Byzantium, but never succeeded to impose the culture of their respect for the natural order on the Europeans. Again repression of one system by the other turned out to be unsuccessful.



  At the end of the Middle Ages the concept of time mechanized with the rise of popular mechanical clocks that after a few centuries started to contest the natural order making mean time, zonetime and summertime, thus separating the concept of time from the concept of space. Breaking the classical alliance of the two, mankind lost thus sight of cyclic time and the natural oneness of time and place (although by Einsteins physics we achieved to a scientific respect for the relative of time and place.) In the twentiest century the repression of the cyclic time of respecting the heavenly bodies by the linear concept of mechanical electromagnetic atomic time resulted in a total self-alienation of mankind as evidenced by two gruesome worldwars in which Christianity had to pay for its offenses against the natural balance of time and space. Soldiers of Hitler Germany died in Stalingrad with the time of Berlin still on their watches. (there are more possible causes to these wars of course). For the third time mankind had to pay heavily for its repression of the old by the new.



  Now, since the second half of the twentiest century we have entered the digital age accompanied by an enormous influx of foreign culture that brought back the mooncalendar and the respect for the natural cycles of time in the form of a complement to our onesided timeculture. The hindu-scripture the Srimad Bhagavatam talking about meditating the Virat Rupa, the Universal Form of God states:

The Galaxy, the unity of God
represented as a dolphin, a sisumâra

" In the control of the divinity of fire one reaches, following the movements in the sky, through the gracious passage of breath [the Susumna], the pure spirit [Brahmaloka, place of the Creator] that is illuminating and washing off the contaminations, after which one reaching upward attains to the circle [the cakra, the wheel], o king, called Sisumara [meaning: dolphin, to the form of the Milky Way, galactic time]." (S.B.. 2-2-24 and 5.23)

From the multifaith culture we cannot escape anymore from a diversity of timeconcepts. The cultures all together command an integrative approach forbidding repression and downfall again. The mission with this digital culture in the twenty-first century is to arrive at a full concept of order that is in respect with as well the sun, the moon as with the celestial sky. The respect for cyclic time needs to be restored in making for a worldorder that is capable of doing justice to each individual timeculture on this planet.

A graphic representation of the intertwined 12-division
of the culture of astronomy, the solar political calendar
and the religious mooncalender with their zodiacal signs,
solar and lunar months.(from
Filognosy: filognostic art).

This means that we need the Gregorian calendar for respecting the sun. It means that we need the mooncalendar of the Chinese, Indians and Muslims to respect the Moon. It means that we have to settle a day to manage a collective persistent respect for the dynamic celestial sky making for the precession of the equinox and the center of the Galaxy. A galactic 'new year' that shifts every 70,638 years with one day ahead through our known sun and moon calendar.(see full calendar of Order)

how the galaxy actually looks like in the telescope

The day settled for respecting the event of being closest to the center of the galaxy is timed at midnight UTC of the the year 2000 from the sixth to the seventh of July. (eventually there can be an astronomical correction to this timing as it is a first estimate from a formerly not existing culture of galactic timerespect).

VLAimage of the galactic center showing a three armed minispiral of hot gas.
Sagittarius A, the 'navel of Vishnu ' is at the exact center of the spiral.

The teacher of physics Mr. Richard Goode from Porterville High School writes (for the Site Mad Scientist), emailing about the matter of timing the shift of the calendar to the galactic center necessitating a shift of respect for the galactic 'day' (that runs forward trough the calendar):

"I would insert 1 day into the rotation each 71 years and skip the additional day each 8 rotations. Doing it this way you would still drift over the 25800 years very slowly. You could also add 1 hour each 3 years."

The dolphin is apart from the vedic name for the galaxy
also a constellation of the greek culture with Erastostenes

Thus galactic time can be respected. The symbol is a dolphin, the name is Cakra. We wish you a happy galactic new year from the 6/7 of July 2000 on into the years thereafter .


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