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Calculation of the Year JID - 10481 BC

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Jakarta (DreamLandLibrary) - This is the beginning of the count of the Nation of the Archipelago - which was then represented by civilization on the island of Java, which had known Astronomy, since centuries ago ..

Which in turn was followed by subsequent religions, that the birth of the Religion was marked by a number of years, such as Christianity (1 CE, as a pillar of Year 0 or 1), and Islam (Birth of the Prophet Muhammad in 622 CE which was made a pillar of Year 1 of Islam)

This is the Pillar of the Kedjawen who already knew Ghusti Allah (Monotheism), where at that time there were no records of other religions.

Ghusti Allah himself has two vocabulary words Ghusti (Subject) and Allah (Predicate - which in Islam has 99 meanings in Asma'ul husna)

In order to make it easy to understand why Javanese worship Allah's Ghusti, we need to give an example with Predicate Subjects, such as "Red Car", if broken down into Car (Subject) and Red (Predicate)

The Javanese calendar system has changed several times, including:

JID year
10,481 Years BC = 1 JID
Year 1 AD = 10,346 JID (Year of Java)
Year 2000 AD = 12.310 JID
Year 2012 AD = 12 322 JID
Year 2012 AD = 1 Suro Jawa = 30 November 2012 = 12,323 JID

Customized Saka Year
Sultan Agung Hanyakrakusuma, the ruler of Mataram in 1,641 AD, had the idea of ​​changing the Javanese calendar system (Saka - In general, every Saka year, about 10 or 11 days shorter than the Christian year) which was guided by the Sun Circumference Following the Moon was replaced by Guidelines for Circulating the Moon Around the Earth.

Changes to the calendar system began with the Establishment of the Suro Year Alif Year 1,555, to coincide with the Friday of Legi on July 8, 1633 AD, or 1 Muharram 1043 H.

This calendar system continues the calculation of the current Saka year, coupled with changes in month names such as Suro ('Asuro), Sapar (Safar), Mulud, Bakda Mulud, Jumadil Awal, Jumadil Akhir, Rejeb, Ruwah, Poso, Sawal, Besar, Selo , Big. The names of the months in Java are similar to the Hijriyah year, and are adjusted to the time of Islamic worship, such as the month of Poso (fasting) together with the month of Ramadan,

In Javanese or Saka there are 8 Windu (cycle time every 8 years) consisting of Alip, Ehe, Jimawal, Je, Dal, Be, Wawu, and Jimakir. After 4 Windu (32 years) ends, it starts again as Alip year, although the calculation of the year number continues to run. Each cycle of 4 tiger consists of 4 parts called Kuntoro, Sengsoro, Sancoyo, and Adi. The number of days in a Javanese year is different, some 354 days are called Wastu, and 355 days are called Wuntu.

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