Schedule of the sun year calendar

On the schematic outline of Ales stenar solar calendar we can follow the sun´s most important rises and sets by the Ales stenar calendar´s horizon, over and on the calendar´s 32 marked sunrocks, which correspond to a dualistic day- and seasonbound opposing relationships. The differences between the opposing sunrock´s calendartime are always 6 months and 12 (day)hours. One has divided the solar year into 12 solar months with 30 days in everyh fourth year in the month on the sungod.

In that way Ales stenar solar year calendar corresponds to the calendar with which the old Egyptians calculated their time 4000-5000 years ago, but contrary to this the Ale with its firmly founded sunrocks was completely sunbound. The ancient Zodiac´s star constellations also correspond to the Ales stenar calendar. The turn of the monts are completely identical to the monthly times for the sun´s seeming entrance into the different star constellations during a solar year.

In these star constellations (the Zodiac), the leading gods of the Babylonian starwatcherswere belived to have their dwellings, and these beliefs were probably also shared by the people in Scandianvia. All of the nordic numbersymbolic star constellation mythology (according to the Edda poem "Grimnismal"), is also represented in the Ales stenar calendar. And furthermore: The well-known icelandic solar year calendar from the Viking Age also entirely corresponds to the Ales stenar calendar, which clearly shows that the nordic chronology has ancient traditions.