@drlabman Not to ruin the fun, but are you sure that's not a lunar calendar thing? In Judaism, for example, the new moon represents a new month, so a full moon would be at the end.


A full moon would be in the middle of the month. As you say most lunar calendars start on the new moon or first crescent after the new moon, so the wording of the option is still a bit weird in this case.

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