Stupidity of nineteen days months in bahai faith

19 days month in Bahai Faith is totally unscientific and absurd.

And then to make a year of 365 days they have made a stupid adjustment of 4 days- also called as inter-calary days. Why this adjustment is done?

If at all Bahai faith is a religion of God, then why they have deviated from 12 months calendar when all other divine religions have 12 months year. The debate is open for discussion. The only apparent reason for converting the number of month to 19 is due to the signifance of number 19 in Bahai faith( as the number of early converts were 19 ).


6 Comments on “Stupidity of nineteen days months in bahai faith”

  1. Omnian says:

    As I compute it, the reason for the number 19 is that it is the approximate square root of 365… 19*19=361 The number of days in the Babi/Baha’i month is the same as the number of months in the Babi/Baha’i year…

    It is a scientifically false statement to say that EVERY other calendar has 12 months…

    The Hebrew or Jewish, Chinese and Buddhist calendars had and has an intercalary 13 lunar month every few years…

    The Muslim calendar system is even stupider than either the Jewish or Baha’i because it has never reconciled the lunar months to the solar year via the widespread practice of http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intercalation throughout many calendars of the world…

    (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intercalation for a full discussion on the topic of the insertion of a leap day, week or month into some calendar years to make the calendar fit the purpose it was designed for…)

    Ancient Aztec and Mayan calendars both had 18 months each with 20 days…
    (18 months * 20 days / month = 360 days / year)

    See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haab%27 (Mayan calendar of 18 “months” of 20 days each)…

    See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aztec_calendar#Xiuhpohualli_.28solar_year.29
    (Aztec calendar of 18 months of 20 days each)

    I will admit, though, that even though that ancient precident existed, it is highly unlikely that either the Bab or Baha’u’llah used it as a basis for their 19 day * 19 month calendar system… It was probably inspired entirely by the concept of the equality of number between days in the month and months in the year

    • bahaisects says:

      Dear, I am interested only in divine religions recognized even by Bahai faith( Islam, Christainity, Buddhism,Hinduism, Judaism) Does anyone of them have more or less than 12 months calendar????
      If Bahai faith is from the same source then why this difference in number of months?

  2. Julian Lee says:

    Baha’is constantly try to invent a culture. Intercalary Days, and all the Baha’i Holy Days, have zero tradition. With each one the Baha’is invent something for them. There is zero sense of roots, time, or tradition. I really regret that I spent years messing with trying to “invent a culture” in the Baha’i Faith instead of, say, taking my children to the majestic and beautiful Holy Masses of my Catholic Faith. What lame crap I showed my children for “culture.” I really, really regret it.

  3. Ashley C. says:

    Bahais claim unity of religion, but their very existence denounces the beliefs of other religions. Christians believe that Jesus is the only path to God, Baha’is claim that their guy is also a path to God, hence alienating the entire christian population, while screaming unity of religion.

    • Tom Smith says:

      You believe what you never saw, only what people have told you. No one but a few beleived in Jesus or Muhammad and now look! you will see if not in this world but the next!

  4. james miller says:

    Ship the Baha’is to Afganistan and let the Taliban deal with them!


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