When the Sun on November 08, 2018 (according to the Catholic calendar of Pope Gregory 13th) crosses the Patriarchate of Pec, the Serbian 7527. winter is beginning. According to the Serbian calendar there are only two seasons, summer and winter. Winter begins at the St. Mitar Day.

Satellite electromagnetic research has shown that solar energy determines the dates of planetary change of the seasons, and warm and cold periods in a calendar year. The heat that develops in the sun does not reach the Earth. Earth is moving in an extremely cold place. The electric field of the sun is reaching the Earth, which does not bear the heat, it bears electricity. Heat on Earth is generating by conversion of electricity.

Change of seasons is an immaterial natural electromagnetic process, so that the question appears how our ancestors knew that the winter begins on St. Mitar Day. To determine the cross-section of energy which determines the non-planetary change of seasons, we need a high level of civilization. The entire process of seasons change occurs in the immaterial world where two macroscopic intangible forces are ruling, electromagnetic and gravitational forces.

Electromagnetic force is the Prime mover of all weather phenomena on Earth and the mover of the season`s changes and its immaterial effect is inaccessible by man’s senses. In the material world there are no natural phenomena that suggested the change of seasons.

The dates of season’s changes that man invented, based on natural astronomical criteria, have nothing to do with the actual changes of seasons. According to the current distribution of the seasons, summer is in one year, and winter in the coming year, but spring and autumn are fictitious.

According to the Serbian calendar and the Sun calendar, i.e. the calendar of nature, summer and winter are in the same year. The change of seasons has no dimension, and has only the status of transience and the irreversibility of time, but no explanation of what the weather is.

St. Mitar Day
in summer

Митровдан у Лето 7527.

Immaterial intersection of energy on St. Mitar Day is a proof that the Serbian calendar is based on the immateriality of nature whose scientific basis demonstrates electromagnetic approach. Summer in the northern hemisphere lasts seven months and five winters. The question now is whether our ancestors had in the past advanced civilization which was able to determine the immaterial electromagnetic planetary change of seasons and to put this knowledge into the Serbian calendar. This is science of a highly developed civilization that knows the process of converting electricity into heat.

One of the biggest unknowns is that the overall local computer data processing is performed by a single protocol of the Serbian calendar, year, month, and day. Where did the Serbs get this knowledge? Did our ancestors have data processing?

Until the signing of the secret Convention in 1881. between Serbia and the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, the Serbian calendar was the official calendar of the Serbian state and the Serbian Orthodox Church. All administrative acts, monuments and records were dated after the Serbian calendar. However, at the request of the signatories of the Convention, Mr. Čedomilj Mijatovic, the Minister of foreign affairs, the Serbian calendar and the entire history of the Serbian people and the science that previously was taught at the High School have been deleted.

For this service Mr. Čedomilj Mijatović received from the Austro-Hungarian Emperor Franz Joseph the title of Count, the Order of the Iron Crown and retirement and he was appointed as President of the Serbian Royal Academy (SANU today). Well, smart and capable and suitable. And Serbs like Serbs, in order to preserve its historic identity and ecclesial self-awareness, they didn`t become aware that they have their own history, their own calendar and their own science.

It should be known that the Serbian calendar is a guideline of the Serbian people and the Serbian Orthodox Church through time and history.

Meteorology is the queen
of all sciences.

Milan T. Stevančević