DID YOU KNOW
Did you know that despite the fact that the Gregorian Calendar that was named after Pope Gregory XIII who introduced it, it received a fair share of skeptic criticism from Protestants before it was adopted by many countries? It was believed to have been the product of some antichrist cults. The spread of the Gregorian calendar might not have been fast but eventually, it became ubiquitous after its spread in Roman Catholic countries in Europe in 1582. The last country to adopt was Greece in 1923. Interestingly, although the Gregorian is the official calendar that is used for business and recording dates, 6 other regular calendars exists, such as the Chinese Calendar—which is used by Chinese to track their festivals—the Hebrew Calendar, the Islamic Calendar, the Persian Calendar, the Ethiopian Calendar, and the Balinese Pawukon. On one hand, as interesting as the origin of the names of the first eight months of the Gregorian calendar (they are named after the gods, goddesses, festivals, and rulers in Rome), the Mayan civilization is one of the most interesting chapters of the human history—especially their calendar. In fact, on December 21, 2012, the “Great Cycle” of the Mayan calendar has ended and there had been predictions that the world would end as soon as the Mayan calendar’s long count ends too. Although the 2012 Phenomenon was proven wrong, unprecedented developments in Astronomy were made—thanks to the Mayans!
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