ARISTEAN
CALENDAR

WHY AUSTRALIA TO LEAD ITS PROMOTION

 

The Australian government with its manpower and financial resources can promote the Aristean Calendar worldwide. I don't have those resources. My only means of reaching out to the world and presenting this bright and sensible idea is through the Internet using my home computer.

The following facts can motivate the government to take up the challenge. I believe they have been put in place by God to show that the Aristean Calendar is really His design.

1.

The Aristean Calendar was conceived in Campbelltown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

2.

It was devised by an Australian.

3.

January 1, 2001 is the Centenary of Federation of Australia.

4.

January 1, 2001 is very significant because it is the true beginning of the 21st century and the Third Millennium. The world can proclaim and simultaneously implement the calendar as its official standard primary calendar on this date.

5.

January 1, 2001 is a Monday in the Gregorian and so is it in the Aristean. The changeover from the Gregorian to the Aristean will therefore be smooth and will avoid confusion.

6.

The Olympic Games to be held in Sydney from September 15 to October 1, 2000 is the best stage to present the Aristean Calendar as:

 

a.

one of the most memorable, unique and long-lasting gifts of Sydney to the world to mark its rare opportunity of hosting the 2000 Olympic Games;

 

b.

the gift of Australia to the world in commemoration of its Centenary of Federation; and

 

c.

the gift or legacy of this present generation of mankind to future generations in commemoration of the true start of the Third Millennium and the 21st Century.

 

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