Druidcraft Calendar

The perpetual pagan ritual calendar

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A History of Calendars: The Nebra Sky Disk

In my last article in this series I discussed a number of prehistoric calendar sites that show that early humans were concerned with reconciling the movements of the sun and moon in order to follow a lunisolar calendar. The problem with reconciling the movements of the sun with the movements of the moon is that [...]

Using the Druidcraft Calendar to tell the time

The Druidcraft calendar can be used for many additional purposes beyond being a simple calendar. In this article I would like to explain how the calendar can be used as a very simple clock for roughly telling the time. Because the calendar marks the position of the sun in the sky, and the calendar itself [...]

Version 2

It has now been over a year since the Druidcraft Calendar was first conceived. In that time I have spoken to a lot of people and tried to spread the word far and wide in order to get as much feedback on the calendar as I can. Overall this feedback has been positive. Every so [...]

A History of Calendars: The Ancient World

I have decided to create a series of posts about calendars throughout history. In doing so I hope to both learn more about calendars myself, and also create a repository of information for other people who might take an interest in this subject in the future. I want to say right up front that I [...]

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