We will demonstrate how to make a 117-day calendar, with 13 weeks of nine days (Novenas) and 9 months of 13 days (Trecenas). First we make a table with 13 rows and 9 columns. We number it 1 to 13 until complete this table. Then separate the first column and transfer to a circle divided into 13 then distribute in that order! Then we’ll make a table with 9 rows and 13 columns. We number it 1-9 until complete this table. Then separate the first column and transfer to a circle divided into 9 parts in this order! Look at how the colors are formed. Now let’s make a Basic Table 9×13 and fill it with each type of color formed in the distribution! Now lets make a Basic Table 18 x 26 and fill it with each type of color formed in the distribution, merging the two types! Now we replace each type of blended color set according to legend! Now we will mathematically analyze each color and from these 6 primary colors we will get 15 types of days or signs from the 117 days! Now in the second part we will demonstrate how there are 15 special positions in the 117-day calendar! Warning: on this 117-day calendar we use the Mayan numbering in Base 13. Let’s make a basic table with the position of Novenas, Trecenas and the relative position in the year of 117 days, all Mayan numbering in Base 13. Let us now analyze the interaction between the bases 13 and 9 in the 117 Days Calendar! When there is a match we will mark as a “Match”! This coincidence will happen 15 times in the 117 Days Calendar! Let us now demonstrate these 15 positions in the complex table and right after in a simplified table! End of Part Two, then we’ll learn how to make a time spiral with the calendar of 117 days! Now in the third part we will make a basic table for teaching purposes in decimal numbered from 1 to 117. Book 15 of these tables. In each one of the table transcribe the type of day or sign of the 117-day calendar, then “flatten” the parts and assemble as a Jiggy! We will assemble the parts we did as a simple Puzzle!

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