MONTH-mat-ics / noun: 
A visual system
that places life events
into cyclical context
revealing the
lunar-logical lens. 

Monthmatics follows the analemma, revealing how the menstrual-ovulation cycle mirrors grand cosmic rhythms.

Monthmatics: The Natural  Components of Calendaring

The word math derives from the root word "ma." 

Mothers invented mathematics and calendars out of necessity to count the number of dark moons in their fertility cycles from conception until giving birth. 

A mother's 9-month long gestation cycle, or pregnancy, correlates exactly with eclipse cycles: see Dietrech Pessin's Lunar Shadows III: The Predictive Power of Moon Phases and Eclipses, 2009

Monthmatics is practiced over one solar year's divided lunar measurements called lunations.

Moonlight is measured in lunar phases which, over the course of one solar year, complete an analemma pathway in the sky, just like the sun.

The uncommon lunar cycle logical perspective follows the four seasons with three distinctive lunar cycles waxing and waning through six polarity pairs comprising the ecliptic. This vital information contributes to experiencing mindful menstruation over a solar year with the integration of the natal horoscope, natal lunar phase and natal aspects.

Monthmatics Coaching

Please allow 72-hours for a reply. Coaching sessions cost $150 per 30-minutes pre-paid by PayPal. Natal birth details are required for determining your lunar phase at birth. You will learn the cycle logical perspective and how to use Monthmatics to benefit from putting life into cyclical context over the course of the four seasons.

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