The Seven Days & Their Meaning : Tyr’s Day

The Seven-Day Week The Babylonians marked time with lunar months. They proscribed some activities during several days of the month, particularly the; first – the first visible crecent,seventh – the waxing half moon,fourteenth – the full moon,nineteenth – dedicated to an offended goddess,twenty-first – the waning half moon,twenty-eigth – the last visible crecent,twenty-nineth – the invisible moon, andthirtieth (possibly) – the invisible moon. The major … Continue reading The Seven Days & Their Meaning : Tyr’s Day