Did you know that?
Did you know that September 11th 2001 in the Gregorian calendar was August 29th 2001 in the Julian calendar?
And guess what?
August 29th 2001 in the Julian calendar (September 11th in the Gregorian calendar that we use today in the civil life) is the New Years' Day in the Ancient Egypt Calendar
In 238 BCE, the Ptolemaic rulers decreed that every 4th year should be 366 days long rather than 365. The Egyptians, most of whom were farmers, did not accept the reform, as it was the agricultural seasons that made up their year. The reform eventually went into effect with the introduction of the "Alexandrian calendar" by Augustus in 26/25 BCE, which included a 6th epagomenal day for the first time in 22 BCE. This almost stopped the movement of the first day of the year, 1 Thoth, relative to the seasons, leaving it on 29 August in the Julian calendar
except in the year before a Julian leap year, when a 6th epagomenal day occurred on 29 August, shifting 1 Thoth to 30 August.
[link to en.wikipedia.org
Please notice that Wikipedia is refering to 29 August
in the Julian calendar
It's equivalent to September 11th
in the Gregorian
calendar that we use today in the civil life.
So, September 11th 2001 in the Gregorian calendar was August 29th 2001 in the Julian calendar.
The 911 attacks happened in the New Year's Day of the Ancient Egyptian calendar.
And there you can see the hand of the Rosicrucians