Calendar's Grids to Find the Lucky Days and the Lucky Hours in Your Life. Lecture 105, Dirasat 1969

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Published by Times Square Press, New York. Humans follow certain calendars. The most common one is the Gregorian Calendar, which is a reflection of the Christian faith. It is younger than the Muslim calendar, which in turn, is younger than the Jewish calendar. All of these are considerably younger than the Ulema and the Rouhaniyiin calendar, which is the only one used by the Rouhaniyiin and Ulema. The Enlightened Masters reject the idea that the week consists of seven days. Their week consists of four days, corresponding to certain days of our week. These are the only days to use in this technique, and the other three days in our week should not be considered. The importance of these days is the relationship between the person and the hours in each day. Using the calendar of the Rouhaniyiin and Ulema, each person can find the luckiest hour of his or her week, according to the Book of Ramadosh (Rama-Dosh).

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