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On Wed, Dec 01, 2004 at 11:27:58PM +0200, Steg Belsky wrote:
> Nope, 13/14! :-D
> Although from one Dzu"Fa"Ri (New Year's Day; Southern Hemisphere Winter
> Solstice) there are only ever 12 or 13 lunar cycles, the (one) lunar
> cycle that surrounds New Years Day itself is split up into *two
> separate months* - Jalág before Dzu"Fa"Ri and Ghalúb after it.

So what happens when the solstice happens to fall on the lunation boundary?