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The PI (π) Cycle Secret of the 360-days year calendar-bookcover

By: Alfred Isaac Bageya

The PI (π) Cycle Secret of the 360-days year calendar

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In The PI (π) Cycle, discover the fascinating history of the ancient calendar and how it was ultimately changed by the will of God. Follow the story of King Hezekiah of Judea, whose life was extended by 15 years, and learn about the ground-breaking calendar reforms of Julius Caesar. Explore the observations of ancient astronomers, including the Egyptians and Hipparchus, and how they tracked the length of the year. Uncover the mysteries of how the earth generates natural time at God’s command and how it was altered to accommodate King Hezekiah’s request. This thought-provoking book will leave you marvelling at the power of God and the complexity of time.

Alfred Isaac Bageya holds a college degree in electronics engineering technology with additional training in information technology at York University in Toronto Ontario, Canada. He has worked in various roles in telecommunications systems manufacturing, computer hardware, software support and quality assurance.

He got involved with the Royal Astronomic Society of Canada’s Toronto chapter to learn how to build telescopes but fascinated by time measurement problems. He created a simple formula for computing PI (π), which he later transformed into “The General Equation of Time”.

He is semi-retired, pursuing his interest in time measurement and other problems that have been largely ignored by mainstream science for years.

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