Time on the “ yule scale”

Dating of the various texts in relation to other sources, archaeology, geology, genetics etc.
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Helena
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Time on the “ yule scale”

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What ideas are there if we would expres time on the yule-wheel?
How would the Kroder be placed on the wheel.
In other words:
What time is it on the Freya clock? (Relating to the big yule “year”)
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Traditionally, there is three calendars created from the Yule. The long count, short count, and holiday calendar. Wralda — the Potential — the Beginning

In zoroastrianism they tried to keep this calendar system, eventually lost the method to which they practice it. Gahambars is their holiday calendar. they have a long count and short count calendar as well. Unfortunately, sometime in the middle ages they switch to a new system that was supposedly based on the ancient one.

This same Calendar system of long count, short count, and holiday calendar is found everywhere Frya's people went. The Mayan calendar used the exact same system even though system even though they were on the other side of the earth. The most interesting Aryan calendar I came across to this date is the one discovered in the 1970s. It even has the W symbol and is split into a early Yule wheel.

That being said we still don't have enough access to the information to fully piece together all three calendars. https://aryanscriptures.wordpress.com/2 ... ic-part-6/
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Based on the calendar The W-R-A-L-D-A in the first calendar is tied to these six constellations. Orion, Cygnus, Cassiopeia, Pegasus, Gemini, Pisces, the Pleiades. The W is cassiopeia. https://www.oocities.org/vucedol_culture/Lifestyle.htm
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