YEAR 2007 BEST TIME TO IMPLEMENT THE ARISTEAN CALENDAR

 

Aristeo Canlas Fernando, Peace Crusader

 

 

COMMON OR ORDINARY YEAR

 

The rules of the Gregorian calendar apply to the Aristean calendar as well. There are 365 days in a common or ordinary year.

For six consecutive months, the dates in both Gregorian and Aristean calendars are the same in the months of September, October, November, December, January, and February.

 

Also, for six consecutive months, the dates in both Gregorian and Aristean calendars are not the same. These are in the months of March, April, May, June, July, and August. The Gregorian calendar is one day ahead of the Aristean calendar in these months except in March and May when the difference is two days.

 

The following are examples in each month when the two calendars are different:

MONTH

GREGORIAN CALENDAR

ARISTEAN CALENDAR

DIFFERENCE IN DAYS

March

March 5

March 3

2

April

April 19

April 18

1

May

May 10

May 8

2

June

June 25

June 24

1

July

July 12

July 11

1

August

August 28

August 27

1

 

 

LEAP YEAR

 

There are 366 days in a leap year in both Gregorian and Aristean calendars. Leap year occurs every four year and on the year that is divisible by four. However, during centennial years, such as 1900, 2000, 2100, 2200, 2300, and 2400, such years must be divisible by 400 to be a leap year. Hence, the years 2000 and 2400 are leap years.

 

The Leap Year Day in the Gregorian calendar is February 29 whereas it is June 31 in the Aristean calendar, dividing the year into two equal parts.

Aside from the months of September, October, November, December, January, and February, the Gregorian and Aristean calendars are also the same in April and June - eight months in total.

 

The two calendars are different during leap years in the months of March, May, July, and August where the Gregorian date is one day ahead of the Aristean date.

 

The following are examples during leap year in each month when the two calendars are different:

MONTH

GREGORIAN

ARISTEAN

DIFFERENCE IN DAYS

March

March 5

March 4

1

May

May 10

May 9

1

July

July 12

July 11

1

August

August 28

August 27

1

 

 

YEAR START AND END DATES

 

The year start and end dates in the Gregorian and Aristean calendars are:

YEAR

KIND OF YEAR

GREGORIAN

ARISTEAN

JAN 1

DEC 31

JAN 1

DEC 31

2006

Common

Sunday

Sunday

Monday

World Peace Day

2007

Common

Monday

Monday

Monday

World Peace Day

2008

Leap

Tuesday

Wednesday

Monday

World Peace Day

2009

Common

Thursday

Thursday

Monday

World Peace Day

2010

Common

Friday

Friday

Monday

World Peace Day

2011

Common

Saturday

Saturday

Monday

World Peace Day

2012

Leap

Sunday

Monday

Monday

World Peace Day

2013

Common

Tuesday

Tuesday

Monday

World Peace Day

2014

Common

Wednesday

Wednesday

Monday

World Peace Day

2015

Common

Thursday

Thursday

Monday

World Peace Day

2016

Leap

Friday

Saturday

Monday

World Peace Day

2017

Common

Sunday

Sunday

Monday

World Peace Day

2018

Common

Monday

Monday

Monday

World Peace Day

2019

Common

Tuesday

Tuesday

Monday

World Peace Day

2020

Leap

Wednesday

Thursday

Monday

World Peace Day

 

The Aristean calendar is simple. The year starts on January 1 that is a Monday and ends on December 31 that is World Peace Day, a no-weekday and a public holiday throughout the world. The next Gregorian year when January 1 falls on a Monday will be in 2007. This is the best time to implement the Aristean calendar when both calendars start the year on a Monday. If this opportunity is missed, the next will be 11 years later in 2018.

 

File: gregorian-aristean.htm Last updated: 2006 January 21

 

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