The Periodic Calendar is not only a colorful addition to your wall…
… it’s a whole new way to look at the fourth dimension.
The story begins with the seven Types of Years…
They are the brains of this operation and enable the perpetual functionality.
They also represent new information.
For instance, consider St. Patrick’s Day, aka March 17th.
March 17th might seem like the most important information,
but all you have to do is consider the difference between
celebrating St. Patrick’s Day on a Sunday versus a Monday
to realize those two days have less in common than we thought.
Too take it a step further,
let’s say your birthday is March 17th.
With the Periodic Calendar, the question becomes
do you celebrate your ‘any-day-of-the-week’ birthday
or your Birth Element, which is anchored to the
day of the week you were actually born on.
And speaking of history, check out this slideshow
to dive deeper into the insights awaiting P-Cal Pioneers…
That’s just the beginning.
This is the first Tuesday Year being lived as such,
and we won’t make it through all seven Types of Years until 2022.
What new wonders will we find
in these uncharted territories of time?
Only time and a Periodic Calendar will tell…