There are still many of you out there who can't get beyond the grip held on your mind by the Gregorian calendar. For those of you out there who are having a hard time grasping the concept of ignoring Feb. 29th, I will try to explain it in as simple terms as I can.
The most common statement I hear is that "It's still a day." "Why does it not have a Galactic Signature?" From the perspective of 13:20 /4th dimensional time, February 29th is not a day. Neither is Dec. 21st or July 26th. These are just arbitrary designations placed on cycles of time. First of all, a day is just the earth spinning on its axis once. Therefore, a day is related only to the Earth, not to the cosmos. Do you think there are "days" in space? From the perspective of the Galaxy, the Pleaides or even the Sun, there are no days.
The cycles of time originate from "out there," not in here. 13:20 time is not generated by the turning of the earth. It originates in the 4th dimension. The turning of the earth closely approximates this cycle. But, not exactly. This is why the Maya used 17 different calendars. They used calendars of the cosmos as well as calendars of the solar system, in order to gain a greater perspective on time as viewed from the context of the Earth. Our modern calendars are a small attempt to correlate the cycles of time on this planet to the cycles of time that govern the whole of existence. Our planetary cycle and even our solar system are out of phase with the cycles of time that are coming from the cosmos.
Our planet takes an extra quarter of a day to complete it's orbit around the sun, 365.25 days. This does not mean that those quarter days add up to make an extra day every 4 years. There are no years with 366 days. The closest thing to a regular cycle we have in this solar system is that the Earth spins on it's axis 28 times in the time it takes the Sun to spin on it's axis once. This cycle is also closely reflected in the cycle of the Moon. Which is also out of phase, reflected by the difference in the sidereal (27.1 days) and synodic (29.5 days) Moon cycles. If our solar system was in phase, we would have 364 days in a year - 13 cycles of 28 days each and 13 moon cycles in one year. We'd have no extra days or quarter days to compensate for. This is of course not the case.
So, looking out from the Earth, the planet is out of phase with the Sun, the Moon is out of phase with the Earth and it's all out of phase with the cycles of time coming in from the cosmos. To compensate for this "out of phase" period there will be a day with no time every so often. Where we put that day in is also arbitrary. For now, it is based on the aberration of the Gregorian calendar, Feb 29th.
Feb 29th is included in the Gregorian calendar in order to keep the equinoxes from going off of their dates. This is important to agrarian cultures. But, it is also arbitrarily imposed. The Mayans used the position of the Sun to calculate the equinoxes, solstices and the beginning of the new year. They built monuments that cast certain shadows on specific dates to keep their calendars correct.
I hope this helps.
Blue Cosmic Hand