“If the Julian/Gregorian calendar was to be offered as a new device for measuring time, we, with our present knowledge and state of living, would reject is as something utterly impractical, lacking in harmony and order, unbalanced and irregular, too clumsy a calendar to make calculations by…”

– Broughton Richmond –
Time Measurement and Calendar Construction Leiden, 1956, pp. 70-71


“The accurate measurement of Time is a measure of the intelligence of Man. A sense of the importance of Time is a measure of Man’s Morality.”

– Lawrence Fawcett –

“The superior person sets the calendar in order and makes the seasons clear.”

– I Ching, Hexagram 49, Revolution

“I am in favor of a standardized calendar for the whole world… I have been informed of, and I welcome, the international movement for calendar reform. I am always ready to endorse any honest movement which will help unify the peoples of the world.”

– Mahatma Gandhi


“Since the advent of the Nuclear Age, everything has changed but the way people think, thus we drift towards unparalleled catastrophe.”

– Albert Einstein –


“Music is behind life, and rules life; from music springs all life. The whole of creation exists in rhythm, and in a general phrase, it may be said that there is one common source of human disease, and that is disorder in rhythm. ”

– Hazrat Inayat Khan

“Our sense of time is a fundamental perception. If the standard of measure that we use is irregular, then we must contemplate deeply what this does to our mind over centuries of prolonged use.”

– Jose Arguelles