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The Illuminati Calendar

The Illuminati Calendar

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A document containing a somewhat simple description of the Illuminati calendar, which was based on the Persian chronology. Please note that this is the original calendar of the Bavarian Illuminati, which has nothing to do with Robert Anton Wilson's description of it in the "Illuminatus!" Trilogy.
A document containing a somewhat simple description of the Illuminati calendar, which was based on the Persian chronology. Please note that this is the original calendar of the Bavarian Illuminati, which has nothing to do with Robert Anton Wilson's description of it in the "Illuminatus!" Trilogy.

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THE ILLUMINATI CALENDAR

Chronological system of the Order
Namely, that of Yazdegerd, or the Persian calendar

01. Pharavardin (41 days) ........ Mar.21 – Apr.30
02. Adarpahascht ................. May
03. Chardad ...................... June
04. Thirmeh ...................... July
05. Merdedmeh .................... August
06. Schaharimeh .................. September
07. Meharmeh ..................... October
08. Abenmeh ...................... November
09. Adarmeh ...................... December
10. Dimeh ........................ January
11. Benmeh ....................... February
12. Asphandar (20 days) .......... Mar.1-20


The festivities or special days of the Order are, in each month, the
days of New Moon plus the following:

Pharavardin: the 1
st
day Meharmeh: (New Moon)
Adarpahascht: 7
th
Abenmeh: (New Moon)
Chardad: 24
th
Adarmeh: 21
st
& 27
th

Thirmeh: (New Moon) Dimeh: 1
st

Merdedmeh: (New Moon) Benmeh: (New Moon)
Schaharimeh: 28
th
Asphandar: (New Moon)


The years are counted from 630 A.D., the year when Yazdegerd III,
King of Persia, was crowned. Thus, for instance, the 29
th
day of
Pharavardin 1153 Y.Z. fell on April 18
th
, 1783 A.D.

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