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Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Did You Know....

33 comments:

  1. Jesus is still Lord im this universe

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  2. What is the 13th month called

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  3. They were never colonized, so they set their own rules

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  4. Lmao😁 even if they shouldn't be in 2009, Kilode!

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  5. Ok good for them
    Maybe by the time they reach 2019 bag of rice would have become 100,000N

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    1. The Ethiopian calendar has 13 months: 12 months of 30 days and a short month of 5 or 6 days, depending whether it’s a leap year. Ethiopian New Year is on September 11th, except in leap years, when it is on September 12th. It is on the first of the Ethiopian month of Maskaram. Thus, Ethiopian year 2006 began on September 11, 2013 “western” time. Ethiopian year 2007 coincides with September 11, 2014 western date. So, except in leap years, between September 11th and January 1st (western calendar), Ethiopia is “seven” years behind (for example, 2006 compared with 2013), whereas from January 1st to September 10th, Ethiopia is “eight” years behind (2006 compared with 2014). Thus, on January 1st, 2014, Ethiopia will still be in year 2006, whereas the “western” year will move one ahead, from 2013 to 2014, but on September 11, 2014 (western), Ethiopia will “catch up” by a year because it will be 2007 there. But less than 4 months later, on January 1st (western) it will “fall behind” by a year again, when it becomes 2015 in western calendars.

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    2. Thanks @12:19. I am Just hearing it for the first time now

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    3. Thanks , this is really surprising

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    4. Learnt something today....thanks anon

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  7. Relativism of Time and Space.


    Plus ancient civilizations seem to calculate time differently. Chinese new year is much later than Gregorian new year which is what western nations use.

    My igbo brethren, if to say we dey calculate our 4 days make 1 week calendar, who knows which year we go dey by now

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  8. Hmmm 🤐🤐🤐

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  9. Hmmm 🤐🤐🤐

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  10. Wow..Thank you Stella for this, i had to google about Ethiopia. This is very educative.

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  11. Stella i appreciates you for this information.

    That's so thoughtful of you.

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  12. I've learnt something new today.
    Thank you SDK

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  13. For real????😯😯😯

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  14. Wow. This is good info. Kudos Stella.

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  15. Thanks for this Information Stella.

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  16. This depends on what you worship. If you are a Christian, the year is 2019 AD(Anno Domini - Year of the Lord) and the month is July. However, if you belong to the Orthodox Tewahido Church(which is really big in Ethiopia), you will be using a variant of the Julian calendar, with 13 months, 12 of 30d and the last having 5d (6 in leap years). According to this thing, we are in Hamle of 2011.





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  17. Keep the facts coming, appreciate

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