The Thirteen Moon Calendar consists of 13 Moons of 28 days each.  13 x 28 = 364, The Day-Out-of-Time is the plus-one factor that directly synchronizes the Thirteen Moon Calendar with the 365-day solar orbit.  Corresponding to July 25th on the Gregorian Calendar, the Day Out of Time has been celebrated globally for over ten years.  Since the Day Out of Time is no day of the week or month at all, it is a perfect day for atonement, creative empowerment, forgiveness of debt, and praise; it is the true free day.  Originally celebrated as the first "human be-in" on January 14, 1967, the Day Out of Time is now recognized in over 50 countries world-wide.


:: More information on the Day Out of Time to come ::

home <<